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Le Gach Dea-Ghuí don Athbhliain December 31, 2019

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…to everyone who comments, lurks, reads, helps or writes for the site. Somehow the site is entering its thirteenth year and that’s all your fault! Thanks a million – you know who you are and it’s always appreciated. Also many thanks to those sites that kept me sane this year, all mentioned last year at this time – and NFBs site too. And to Tomboktu, Irish Election Literature, YourCousin, Aonrud of the Left Archive and other contributors and moderators on the site – and those who send suggestions for pieces to write about.

Also, anyone who is interested in writing something for the site, throw us the idea and we’ll happily give it a look over. There’s a couple of very interesting posts being written by long-time commentors/contributors at the moment that we will post up in the New Year.

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1. Citizen of Nowhere - January 1, 2020

Athbhliain faoi mhaise daoibh to all loungers in the cedar forests.

…they saw the Cedar Mountain, the Dwelling of the Gods, the throne dais of Imini.
Across the face of the mountain the Cedar brought forth luxurious foliage,
its shade was good, extremely pleasant.

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2. Aonrud ⚘ - January 1, 2020

Happy new year to all!

Somehow the site is entering its thirteenth year…

Well…

Cedar oil was used by the Egyptians in embalming as a preservative against decay and the word for it was used figuratively for “immortality” by the Romans.

🙂

https://www.etymonline.com/word/cedar

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3. Joe - January 1, 2020

Fair play. Fantastic achievement to keep going so well for so long. We’re great aren’t we? 🙂
Go maire an CLR an céad.

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