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My family and I are all safe. Our house flooded and is uninhabitable so we will have to relocate for a few months. I hope to return to at least

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My house flooded and basically totaled. I won’t be blogging for a while. Please keep me and my family in your prayers. Will try to keep you posted. Andrei

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offsite link Hospitals Cancel 22,000 Appointments Every Day as 6.8m Wait for Treatment Due to Lockdown Backlog Mon Oct 03, 2022 07:00 | Will Jones
Hospitals are cancelling more than 22,000 appointments ? one in 10 ? every day despite the Government?s pledge to clear the NHS backlog resulting from the disastrous Covid lockdowns.
The post Hospitals Cancel 22,000 Appointments Every Day as 6.8m Wait for Treatment Due to Lockdown Backlog appeared first on The Daily Sceptic.

offsite link News Round-Up Mon Oct 03, 2022 01:02 | Will Jones
A summary of all the most interesting stories in the past 24 hours that challenge the prevailing orthodoxy about the virus and the vaccines, the ?climate emergency? and the supposed moral defects of Western civilisation.
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offsite link Climate Bombshell: Greenland Ice Sheet Recovers as Scientists Say Earlier Loss was Due to Natural Wa... Sun Oct 02, 2022 16:57 | Chris Morrison
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The post Climate Bombshell: Greenland Ice Sheet Recovers as Scientists Say Earlier Loss was Due to Natural Warming Not CO2 Emissions appeared first on The Daily Sceptic.

offsite link Why Won?t the Canadian Medical Association Comment on the 32 Deaths of Vaccinated Doctors Since the ... Sun Oct 02, 2022 11:00 | Will Jones
Dr William Makis has written to the Canadian Medical Association to alert it to what seems a very high death rate among vaccinated doctors in Canada, 32 of whom died "suddenly and unexpectedly" in the past 16 months.
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A nutty green protestor has prompted fury over her odd decision to pour a bucket of human excrement over a memorial to Captain Sir Tom Moore in a protest over the use of private jets.
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The Certain Death Vegan Cafe to open its doors!

category dublin | miscellaneous | press release author Sunday January 30, 2005 14:32author by Certain Deathauthor email certaindeath at dublin dot ieauthor address Strandville Ave., North Strand, Dublin Report this post to the editors

Vegan Cafe! Serving super veggie grub and Zapatista Coffee! Opens the 20th of Feburary!

The Certain Death Vegan Cafe!
EVERY SUNDAY 5:30-8:30
In the UnaWarehouse
certaindeath@dublin.ie


What is the Certain Death Cafe?

The Certian Death is for alternative leisure and social spaces. Its for super vegan grub and brainpoppin Zapatista coffee.Its for dropping in of a Sunday to an autonomous space. Its for DIY events every week. Its against paying to be social. Its for you to fuck up or keep running..
It shares its space with the BAD BOOKS and FOrgotten Zine Libraries.
http://www.geocities.com/badbooksdublin/

Where is the unawarehouse?

It has a big gate and is at the bottom of Strandville Ave. which is a right turn at Costello Doors on North Strand. North Strand is in Dublin.

Zapatista Coffee?
Go Here!http://www.wombles.org.uk/zapatista/

Events

Feburary 20th
GRAND OPENING of The CERTAIN DEATH with APOSTLES!

The elusive noise madsers Apostles play a very special set for the grand opening.

Feburary 27th
DISSENT ANTI G8 Planning and Discussion Evening

The Certian Death hosts DISSENT, the planning group for this years g8 in Scotland, who are organising a local Dublin group to go to Edinborough and
be bold. If you have ideas or want to get involved coem to this. Starts at six.

March 6th
FILM NIGHT or BENEFIT BINGO (tbc)

We need people to put on events or gigs (must be acoustic or fairly quiet)
If your interested email certaindeath@dublin.ie

author by geographypublication date Sun Jan 30, 2005 15:54author address author phone Report this post to the editors

where exactly is north strand in relation to the centre of town? how long does it talk to walk/cycle there?

author by .publication date Sun Jan 30, 2005 15:59author address author phone Report this post to the editors

5 minutes north thru summerhill (if you're brave enuff)

turn right at the railway and look for the curtains

summerhill is nice

shane cullen did the best piece of public art in ireland ever there

it was a comm sent out of the h-blocks when bobby sands (not a criminal) died in huge letters on the gable end of a block of flats

he got permission from every flat in the building to do it

i don't think people in summerhill think bobby sands was a criminal

people in big houses with big fecking walls around them do think he was a criminal

why?

???????????

author by pcpublication date Sun Jan 30, 2005 16:53author address author phone Report this post to the editors

you know connelly station don't ya, well just keep walking down the road north its only about 10mins walk, you can get the 31s and the 29 if you're really lazy just look for the big yellow costello doors sign

author by pozpublication date Mon Jan 31, 2005 00:38author address author phone Report this post to the editors

nice name.

author by John Carmody - Animal Rights Action Network (ARAN)publication date Mon Oct 16, 2006 21:58author email arancampaigns at eircom dot netauthor address ARAN, Po Box 722, Kildare, Irelandauthor phone 087-6275579Report this post to the editors

Well done on the opening of this awesome restaurant! We're telling all our members and volunteers to go and eat there!!!

 
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