Jan 26 2009

C’mere For A Minute

Published by at 12:07 pm under Blog

Brooklyn Bridge SunsetHere, now that Brian Cowen has clearly lost any hold he may have had on our country’s economic stability, perhaps we should turn to someone with more political savvy to help turn things around. Jordan seems to have some interesting ideas

So, you’ve lost your job, your monthly mortgage payment looks like an international phone number, your friends have abandoned you, your bank manager has taken a hit out against you……there’s nothing you can do but sit and cry. Thankfully, it’s good for you. Go ahead and cry.

Clouds from the PlaneAnd if your life is going well and crying is not on the cards, have a read of this – it will break your heart. From the pen of the generally-quite-filthy Maxi Cane. (Also, I nominated it for Blog Post of the Month – go do the same if you feel it deserves it).

On the DART on Saturday evening, heading towards the City Centre for a night of drinking, I glanced across Darragh’s blog and found one of the funniest things I’ve seen in ages. Check it out. Do do do do do do do…

Most people know that I’m a positive, cheery and mostly quite bouncy individual. I often forget that everyone isn’t the same as me. This guy is trying “to defeat a lifetime’s worth of negative thinking” and it’s an interesting journey to see him go from Day 1 to Day 21 where he is overcoming negativity from an anonymous commenter.


And finally, following on from my post about changing my name to Damien O’Bama by deed poll, it seems the name has already been taken – DamienObama.blogspot.com

3 responses so far

3 Responses to “C’mere For A Minute”

  1. Lottieon 26 Jan 2009 at 12:35 pm

    Poor poor Andrea. Doesn’t she know, that in the land of the Blog, everything you say and do, can and will be used against you.

  2. Maxi Caneon 26 Jan 2009 at 4:55 pm

    Mr Byrne, thank you once again.

  3. Darrenon 27 Jan 2009 at 11:46 am

    @Lottie Can’t wait ’til she sees it.

    @Maxi Shush – thank you for your talent.

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