It’s all about the money – money that we’re certainly not going to benefit from. All that is expected from the Dubliners is that they settle down, have one too many pints, and let the real people get on with the business of lining their pockets.
Teenagers are brilliant. I am glad that I don’t own any of my own, but, still, I think that teenagers are great. They have developed into that awkward liminal space between innocence and good craic. By about sixteen most of them have developed little proto-adult personalities infused still with a lovable childish quality. Quite surprisingly … Continue reading Probability Tends to Zero