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Great Famine 1845-52 vs Today’s Refugee Crisis????.

I was prompted to write about the great potato famine in Ireland because on FaceBook it has been compared to today’s refugee crisis. While there might be some similarities they are few and far between. Firstly, the starving Irish families … Continue reading

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A Bit of Irish History

A monument has been erected in Middleton, County Cork, Ireland as a symbol of appreciation and gratitude to the Choctaw Nation for the donations received during the Famine years in the mid 19th century. The Choctaw people have a history … Continue reading

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Deep Water Wells Blackmail

The Big Two!!!Irving /McCain, blatantly Threaten us, if we don’t give them what they want. If we don’t play their game they will take their ball and go home!!! Sadly we have a very weak leader and an even weaker … Continue reading

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Prince Edward Distillery (A Rum Story)

Wow!!! what a great day, we started out this morning with our friends Carl and Jan. We headed out of Charlottetown at 10.30am. At Naufrage harbour we stopped for a wonderful lunch at the Shipwreck Point Cafe . I ordered … Continue reading

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Farmers in Debt??

Perhaps its just me, maybe I’m naive or don’t fully understand modern day farm practices. But I have to tell you the mind boggles when I hear the amount of some farm debts. For instance the farmer just released from … Continue reading

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