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Happy St. Patrick’s Day

Happy St. Patrick’s Day.

Today, onthewilderside celebrates Cynthia McKinney’s birthday, and St. Patrick’s Day.

In seeking an Irish connection to our world of mostly New York and United States politics and culture, the best idea we came up with is The Limerick Blogger. We made friends with them during the Malachy for Governor campaign.

It’s a neat web-site, building community, and reporting on news, events and politics in the quintessentially Irish city of Limerick. If you want to see some interesting photos of Ireland, and see what Irish people are really up to, you could check it out.

Here’s a link and a blurb:

The Limerick Blogger

Limerick City, known internationally for poetry and sport, is the capital of Ireland’s Mid-West Region. With a population of almost 100,000 the city boasts a great nightlife, plenty of shopping and an improving inclusive cultural scene. With a history dating back 5,000 years the city is a marvel for tourists and interested locals a like, from Kings Island across to Lough Derg there are stories, told and untold, everywhere.

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  1. Hi Kimberly

    Many happy returns and a belated happy patricks day to you to.

    The theme of the parade this year in Limerick was “go green” which might be of interest to you over there. I am currently uploading video and will fire off a link to you when I am done.

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