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  1. Please would you remove that ugly Welsh bastard from the top of this page and replace him with that lovely blue phantasmagoria that used to grace the top of your blog page.

    With reverent thanks

    Idwal Lloyd-Price, Revd. (retd.) DD, MA, DTheol

  2. What exactly is the link between a photoshop of ‘Palin’s’ tits and Rachel Banner? Plays well to half-cut idiots in the pub but not really a smart contribution to improving people’s lives, is it? Here’s a link to her post which uses some big words, but stick with it because its worth it- http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/welsh-politics/welsh-politics-news/2011/02/26/no-vote-will-show-we-want-performance-not-power-grabs-91466-28240539/. Now, lets see if you can move beyond playground stuff about how its your turn to lick the spoon and address the points she raises. Small town politics and sub-standard education are not going to create a better Wales, you will be shafted first by multinationals and then by a Westminster government that has no voter come back to worry about if it stops bailing out your sorry arses. Where the hell is there any economic powerhouse in Wales that can’t leave in a week? Get real and plan for a future for your children that doesn’t involve whining and signing on.

  3. As a Welshman living in Brittany I find it fascinating how closely the two cultures ( three including Cornwall) were linked in the past and how both cultures are now ascertaining themselves in similar ways but with different emphases.
    In Brittany, Wales is looked upon as a shining beacon by many language activists. Breton is experiencing a renaissance, although on a smaller scale, similar to that the way the Welsh language woke up in the sixties. As far as I can see, they look to Wales as an example of how to promote and revive a language that was perceived to be dying.
    For me, observing the way that many small countries and cultures are finding their own identity in the global village is a game worth watching. It’s something worth discussing.

  4. Why would i want to take into account the Laptop centered Office 2010 as opposed to the net applications.
    The ribbon that was lead off in Microsoft Office 2007 is taken to another level here and can be seen working across
    all applications. I, for example, use Outlook on a regular basis and haven’t yet found an alternative that suits my
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