Monthly Archives: June 2020

Nostalgia: Posted Irishhealth.com 13th May 2003. 29th July 2020. End LockDown COVID-19. What do we learn from life?

From: <editor@irishhealth.com> To: <michelle33@eircom.net> Subject: Message posted Date: Tuesday, May 13, 2003 11:10 AM Michelle, Thank you for your comment, which has now been reviewed by the Editor and has been posted on the relevant site discussion area. — Original … Continue reading

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Quotes: old file dated September 05

Morris West – The Shoes of the Fisherman ‘It costs so much to be a full human being and there are very few who have the enlightenment or the courage, to pay the price…  One has to abandon altogether the … Continue reading

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Another victim of the coronavirus pandemic: Cancer research – Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

Like so many other things in 2020, the pandemic is screwing up cancer research. Clinical trials—indispensable to discovering new treatments—have been shut down, postponed, and disrupted by the lack of periodic, in-person, check-ins. Source: Another victim of the coronavirus pandemic: … Continue reading

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Citizen Journalism Ireland: Published articles on different topics 2013 year. Revised 2020. 10 headings 1,000 words Tranche (B)

No. 1 25th February 2013 ‘Mortgage Delinquents’ by Michelle Clarke (Chestnut) Mathew Elderfield makes reference in a recent article to ‘Mortgage Delinquents’. Is this too harsh or is there a sense of realism here and if so, why? If people … Continue reading

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Citizen Journalism Ireland: Published articles on different topics 2013 year. Revised 2020. 10 headings 7,000 words Tranche (A)

No. 1 3rd January, 2013 Toxicity & Eye of the little Green Monster.   by Chestnut (Michelle Clarke) – Citizen Journalism:  Reply to Joe Mac This makes the Citizen Jouranlism position and lack of profile so clear. There quite evidently … Continue reading

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Citizen Journalism Ireland: Published articles on different topics 2012 year. Revised 2020. 10 headings 1,200 words Tranche (A)

No. 1 14th April 2012 What changes? Inverse Debt rises while social conditions deteriorate rapidly for our most vulnerable. Dublin 4 bandied across the media to imply elitism. Truth is so many peope are in debt, more are fighting to … Continue reading

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Collection of quotations: 2012. Reviewed June 2020: Could there be a ghost dog? Love me Love My Dog Peter Shelley: the song

June 19th 2020:  COVID-19 and all dog pounds are closed down.  Our dear dog Freddie passed away after nearly four years with us.  We loved him dearly but we had Jack Russell for nearly 14 years and today I found … Continue reading

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Citizen Journalism Ireland: Published articles on different topics 2011 year. Revised 2020. 10 headings 4,800 words Tranche (D)

No. 1 22nd March, 2011 The Moriarty Report is published; one report in excess of 1900 pages by Michelle Clarke (Corruption) – Dublin Castle : The Scales of Justice   From 1997 to 2011, March 23rd and finally the cupboard … Continue reading

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Freddie, our beloved dog died before “his time”.

14th June 2020 Freddie passed away Freddie arrived a spirited yet a harshly neglected young dog just over three years ago.  Our dear Jack Russell, Jack, had passed away but it was old age but still the tears fell relentlessly … Continue reading

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5 minutes: Plague to America from Europe killed 90% of population: Why?

Eric Feigl-Ding @DrEricDing · 8h Americapox? why was there only plagues that European conquistadors brought to the New World and wiped out 90% of all Native Americans, but no reverse plague (e.g. hypothetical ‘Americapox’) that natives transmitted to the European … Continue reading

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