by any other name
magnolia cemetery, charleston, s.c. Few things make me more irate than seeing the confederate flag placed on a grave as a supposed gesture of honor. There is no honor for traitors.
Yeah, I realize it’s taken me more than double the time to tell you about my two weeks in Ireland and Wales than it did to experience them. And you’re probably sick of hearing that old excuse about how busy I am and how exciting my life is and how my social life consists of rubbing… Read More a tramp’s abroad: photo essay of Galway city and the Cliffs of Moher
1.04 We had but one full day dedicated to seeing Dublin. I know what you’re thinking, a totally American way to see Europe, but originally I’d designated the day we arrived as a sightseeing opportunity. Couldn’t have counted on Allison’s 1,000 hour layover in Rosslare (the core of hell, just wait for it) or… Read More travel bits from a tramp abroad: duo does dublin
dublin 24.5.2014 “I am so clever that sometimes I don’t understand a word of what I’m saying.” – Oscar Wilde “sphere within sphere” – arnaldo pomodoro trinity college, dublin old library, trinity college ditto street performers, shopping district (note American influence) lovely pubs everywhere natch lovely pubs, redux shopping… Read More photos: ireland (dublin)
dublin 23.5.2014 “When I die I want to decompose in a barrel of porter and have it served at all the pubs in Dublin.” – J.P. Donleavy ma approach, Christ Church Cathedral christ church cathedral vaulted the tile the glass understated tomb (knock, knock?) translating ireland –… Read More photos: ireland (dublin)
dublin 23.5.2014 “When I came back to Dublin I was court marshaled in my absence and sentenced to death in my absence, so I said they could shoot me in my absence.” – Brendan Behan the “floozie in the jacuzzi“ (a/k/a Anna Livia)