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That’s almost all folks… until the New Year. December 16, 2008

Posted by WorldbyStorm in Uncategorized.

Winter Scene

Time for a rest, some recuperation, recharging the batteries [insert your chosen cliche of choice here]. No, really it is. I want a holiday and I’m going to take one for the next two weeks.

It’s been a remarkable year on many different levels – both personal and political – and well worth considering what it all means. But that, I think, is for the New Year.

My thanks to our contributors, to all of you who comment and those who just dip in from time to time.

I’ll check in over Christmas (there’s a couple of small issues that might be worth posting about) and the Irish Left Archive will be back on January 5th.

Le Gach Dea-Ghuí Don Nollaig agus don Athbhliain

Nollaig Shona Daoibh.


1. KevanB - December 16, 2008



2. Claire - December 16, 2008

Merry Christmas WbS, and hurry back – I don’t comment as often as I should but I’m a regular reader and will miss the posts!


3. goodhardrant - December 16, 2008

Get some rest in. Will look forward to the New Year.


4. splinteredsunrise - December 16, 2008

Take it easy then, and don’t be too long away…


5. Damian O'Broin - December 16, 2008

Enjoy the Christmas and the well-deserved break. Thanks for the consistently great blogging this year. Looking forward to you returning refreshed and reinvigorated in January!


6. NollaigO - December 16, 2008

What a lovely view from your front garden!

Go mbeirimíd beo ag an am seo arís.


7. Joe - December 16, 2008

Go raibh amhlaidh dhuit a WBS. Many happy returns.

You’ve helped me through a tough year at the desk here. Keep it up in 09. Have a great Christmas you and yours.


8. Garibaldy - December 16, 2008

No point me finishing my next post on the IRB before 2009 then I take it!


9. Dunne and Crescendo - December 16, 2008

Enjoy the holidays one and all, especially WBS


10. Gomez - December 16, 2008

Have a nice Christmas WBS.


11. ejh - December 16, 2008

Enjoy the holidays one and all

But what are the odds?


12. WorldbyStorm - December 16, 2008

First up, many thanks all, much appreciated. Secondly, Garibaldy, I think you should put up the IRB piece. I have two small pieces I’ll post over the next week or so. One, John will be pleased to hear, is on the recapitalisation… 🙂

I thought about stopping next week for two weeks, but I figure this way I’ll start my own posts back up properly around December 31st, and it’s still almost two weeks of a break.


13. Tomaltach - December 16, 2008

Go mba hé duit!


14. WorldbyStorm - December 16, 2008

Go raibh maith agat…


15. anarchaeologist - December 17, 2008

WbS, I really don’t know how you do it. Thanks for making redundancy more enjoyable by providing me with a daily post school-run routine, however sad:

‘I wonder what’s up on CLR today? What, more BICO stuff?!’

Will comment more in ’09…


16. WorldbyStorm - December 17, 2008

You’d be very welcome to. I’m sorry to hear about the redundancy. Hope that more than the CLR is ameliorating it, or better still ending it.


17. Jenny - December 17, 2008

Enjoy your break, WBS, and may interesting times continue to give you plenty of material for 2009!


18. John - December 17, 2008

John is most pleased to hear that WBS. How else will I know what to think?! 😉

All the same, a huge thanks for your presence and hard work over the past year.


19. Paddy Matthews - December 17, 2008

Enjoy the well-earned break. Looking forward to the new year.


20. Bartholomew - December 17, 2008

Nollaig shona duit féin, a DhomhainleStoirm!


21. Starkadder - December 17, 2008

Happy Christmas and a Merry New Year!


22. WorldbyStorm - December 17, 2008

John doesn’t need the CLR to tell him how to think. However the CLR needs C&S to update on all matters post-punk and esoteric, and yes, non Marxian left.

Merry is a good word.


23. Craig - December 25, 2008

Enjoy your Christmas.


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