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# 76 : Thursday 7-1-2010 @ 21:20
 
 
Someone said :
Sexkitten if you are serious... move your bed to the room where the fire is located. Build it up and keep it in all night.

would be nice,but the fire is in the kitchen/living area!so i dont know,i am like michelin man with all the clothes on!
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# 77 : Thursday 7-1-2010 @ 21:28
 
 
If you have a chainsaw and some timber, even windfalls, the sawing would keep you warm in the day and burn the timber at night .
Have you neighbours nearby . You could visit them to see how they are coping and hopefully they'll invite you in for a warm cup of tea and whiskey or even Poiten .
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# 78 : Thursday 7-1-2010 @ 21:30
 
 
you two guys are real survivors.
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# 79 : Thursday 7-1-2010 @ 21:45
 
 
miriam is grilling your man on prime time regarding the disgrace over the lack and confusion of things done over the snow/ weather .
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# 80 : Thursday 7-1-2010 @ 21:48
 
 
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miriam is grilling your man on prime time regarding the disgrace over the lack and confusion of things done over the snow/ weather .

Fair play to her but Gormley is being rude and evasive...what a CUNT!!!
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# 81 : Thursday 7-1-2010 @ 21:51
 
 
The 'Minister for Snow' comment was a little silly though.

But on saying that, its good that we actually see a government minister available to take questions.
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# 82 : Thursday 7-1-2010 @ 21:51
 
 
Someone said :
If you have a chainsaw and some timber, even windfalls, the sawing would keep you warm in the day and burn the timber at night .
Have you neighbours nearby . You could visit them to see how they are coping and hopefully they'll invite you in for a warm cup of tea and whiskey or even Poiten .

:niceoneoitein,could i make porridge with it?i get in touch with the local hillbillies and we will have a hoe down and sing sweet home alabama!
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# 83 : Thursday 7-1-2010 @ 21:54
 
 
A hot lady under your duvet would be even better,are there none around?
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# 84 : Thursday 7-1-2010 @ 22:10
 
 
Someone said :
Maybe the Gulf stream is giving up blowing our direction because of Global Warming .
We might be in for month's of cold snowy weather every year from now on . We'll just have to adapt to it .
There will be great opportunities of snow plough sellers and house insulators !

Britain without the Gulf Stream...

http://rapidfire.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/gallery/2010007-0107/GreatBrit etc ...
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# 85 : Thursday 7-1-2010 @ 22:13
 
 
Someone said :

:niceoneoitein,could i make porridge with it?i get in touch with the local hillbillies and we will have a hoe down and sing sweet home alabama!

ye could work on the remake
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# 86 : Friday 8-1-2010 @ 01:33
 
 
Just watched a recording of Primetime as previous posters have. Yes we need a central leadership in times of crisis, thats obvious. But what I am increasingly finding depressing about us Irish, its not that we don't have leadership or a central control or officials with a zone of responsibility. What we have is a series of bodies that fud responsibility off to another body its painfully slow inefficient and it plainly as a system doesn't work. Its not a system its a system of avoidance its Monty Pyton.

So when we have an enquiry it takes months to establish were the buck stops. Is that an Irish thing.
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# 87 : Friday 8-1-2010 @ 01:39
 
 
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But on saying that, its good that we actually see a government minister available to take questions.

I like the way our Minister for Transport has decided this isn't important enough to interrupt his foreign holiday.
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# 88 : Friday 8-1-2010 @ 09:06
 
 
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I like the way our Minister for Transport has decided this isn't important enough to interrupt his foreign holiday.

How can he get back if the airport is shut down
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# 89 : Friday 8-1-2010 @ 10:12
 
 
I would also like to add that there is a difference between 2 feet of snow and the conditions we are experiencing at the moment, two feet of snow will compact and become "somewhat" firm, we are experiencing more ice than snow as a result or conditions tend to be slippier, that of course does not excuse the huge level of incompetence displayed by the councils and government. I lived in Northern Ireland many years ago - the council had Sand/Salt bins - local could then grit their own foot paths and driveways. I think the real "resource" issue is councils are afraid of overtime bills rather than cost / availability of salt.

And whilst I'm on the topic, councils should be using a mix of sand and salt if salt supplies are in short supply - that's how we used to do it in the past. I could go on and on but it's getting dizzy up here on my soap box - so I'll pause for now.
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# 90 : Friday 8-1-2010 @ 19:41
 
 
Heard today that Urea granulated fertilizer works the same as salt on the roads . It mightn't be as environmentally friendly as salt though .
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