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Old 21-01-2018, 02:40 AM
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Nice to know you survived intact rasher......

I was too good for Corporal Punishment.......I got the Spitting Sergeant.....

I got extra drill every weekday evening for thirteen weeks for allegedly smiling on Parade.....I was known as the ''Little fuc**ng Inniskilling in the front rank''.....
I am always meeting people with no sense of humour......
No smoke without fire....
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Old 21-01-2018, 09:16 AM
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That CP doc makes me laugh ....no It's cry I meant.....I remember drumsticks and this nasty piece.....I believe there were nastier tools of the trade before my time ....I heard about a cat'o' nine tails
They used these in artane ,and to improve the pain and hurt they had them cut in half and added weights to them ,either lead or coins , When the hit you on you hand it could knock you arse over elbow .and if it was you hand they only hit you were lucky
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Old 21-01-2018, 12:50 PM
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toss up, stephens green, parnell sq, or central park n.y.. [knowing my luck]

stephens green, big freeze.

inchicore works,

rathfarnham,

pearse st /college grn.
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The frozen fountain is ouside the Mansion House Dublin
The figure on the horse is facing out to Dawson Street
It is of King George 1....this statue had been at Essex/Grattan/Capel Street bridge but had been removed during rebuilding
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No smoke without fire....
Just a happy Inniskilling amongst a Battalion of Irish Fusiliers.....They just couldn't function without my smile......

''Geographical Joe'' was very important......
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Old 21-01-2018, 09:00 PM
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The frozen fountain is ouside the Mansion House Dublin
The figure on the horse is facing out to Dawson Street
It is of King George 1....this statue had been at Essex/Grattan/Capel Street bridge but had been removed during rebuilding
Thanks be te jayziz ye found that out JD... it was driving me round the twist....Found a second pic with a building in the background but couldn't place that either....anyway well done that man.

Now I read the George l Statue was, after some wrangling, agreed by the General Purpose Committee of the Corporation of Dublin to dispose of it in September 1937.

It was bought by Thomas Bodkin, first director of the Barber Institute, and a former director of the National Gallery of Ireland who had been negotiating with Alfie Byrne the Mayor of Dublin for 500, and installed at The Barber Institute, University of Birmingham...where it stands to this day.

The pix are from the Lawrence Collection NLI.

Slightly different view out back today.
Same view of buildings in Dawson Street.
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larrnin hardy at the royal marine hotel..yiv got me into a fine mess ye boyo!!

early ballyfermot,....church would be built top left of photo ,where the three roads meet, the farm house that was there was turned into the priests house [still there].
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Me fave pub in Dublin.... of all time......well since I was ould nuff te drink.
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