Tuesday, November 20, 2007

RTE and the Drugs Soap Opera.

I say soap opera because I can't use the word documentary without laughing, and I don't want to laugh as I need this coffee in my system.
The other night-yes, despite my protestations about RTE- I managed to catch the second part of High Society, the docu....mmmsnarf...no, I can't, the soap causing such a media rumpus. For those who might not have heard of it High Society is a book and subsequent 2 part television show, purporting to 'expose' the prevalent and continued drug abuse among middle to upper class Irish.
According to RTE's own blurb that programme " gives an insight unto middle class cocaine use in Ireland through the reconstructed personal testimonies of users and former addicts such a school teacher, a chef, a nurse, an accountant and a trainee doctor, all of whom have disguised their addiction behind their responsible and law abiding lifestyles."
Oh, and let's not forget the 'government minister' who admits to regular cocaine use, on tape no less. And don't also forget the dealers, fine men all, who are kind enough to take our intrepid journalist with them on their rounds as they deliver their goods. Drug dealers are a good and open lot that way.
What an expose! This programme must surely be too hot to handle. Would high society tremble? Surely it must, tapes, taxi styled drug dealers? Oh my!
Right, except it really didn't because the key word in the blurb is 'reconstructed'. Reconstructed means actors, it means words that cannot and indeed are not verified. It is anecdotal at best and cannot represent the views and actions of the people involved fully. If High Society was a court case it would be thrown out on its flabby arse, we would be using a salt shaker most liberally if we read it in the pages of a tabloid.
But on RTE? The state television channel? Whither the gravitas? Surely RTE- committed to serious journalism and eyeing up our television licence money -would not be prepared to litter our screens with unsubstantiated folly and reconstruction posing as fact.
I mean actors are that actors, interspace them with professionals and their professional opinion and we get is a deliberate sleight of hand. Could RTE be guilty of cheap parlour tricks?
Now add to the curious mix that The High Society was presented by researcher and journalist Justine Delaney-Wilson, who claims to have carried out the interview with the minister in question while writing the book about cocaine use in the middle classes, is back peddling slightly. Ms Delaney-Wilson and RTE initially insisted they had audio recordings of the minister, but have now admitted that they don't exist.
So what's going on? Who is the government minister powdering his nose regularly? Where does that nun get her supplies?
Why would RTE support a show that it knew to be full of fiction? Where is the buck going to stop on this one?
Well?
As the one year anniversary of Anthony Campbell, the young man murdered in cold blood on the floor of Mylo Hyland's cocaine funded home, fast approaches, what are we, Joe Public, going to do about the flood of cocaine this country is currently riding on. Do we legalise it? Stamp on it? Tax it? Actually go after the users as well as the dealers? What? Because if ministers and nuns and, oh I don't know, everyone and their mother is using then what hope have we of quelling the tide? If RTE are to be believed it is already in our homes, it is everywhere.
Or is it hyperbole, are things as bad as they seem?
I don't have the answers to this, I can only speak for myself. I won't be using cocaine over the holiday season, I won't be using it any time in the future, I won't be having a quick line at any parties. I won't shrug and say 'oh well, everyone does it' I won't use it. I won't support it. Because the truth is, high society or not, cocaine is everywhere, and while it is being shipped and distributed and sold by ruthless murdering scumbags, we are all culpable.
So to RTE and Delaney Wilson, why did they even bother? There is a story here, a real story. There is a cost to society, there are people suffering, recovering, reeling, grieving, they may not be high society, but they are real flesh and blood. No need for actors, not need for missing tapes and reconstructions.
There is already a human face to cocaine use.
And you sure as shit don't need to pay the wages of the actor's guild to provide it.

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Anonymous nonny said...

I suppose they just wanted to highlight it. Corruption is ripe in our country, the government are on they way out so don’t care, the Gards are possibly the most corrupt body in Ireland, nobody knows where to draw the line, you have the utter Muppets who want drugs legalised and think smoking hash is alright and then the ordinary people like you and me really don’t care all that much either if we did we’d be out partitioning the government.

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9:41 a.m.  
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9:52 a.m.  
Anonymous sheepworrier said...

The hoovering politician must be bertie - how else can you explain his inane ramblings, complete over-confidence and utter detachment from reality?

9:55 a.m.  
Anonymous nonny said...

Isn’t him gorgeous with his little boy face, I’d love one can’t get them anywhere.

9:59 a.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

He's gorgeous.
SW I bet such a tape does not even exist- but if I had to place the blame on anyone it would be that twat from the green party.

10:09 a.m.  
Blogger Conan Drumm said...

Wouldn't be surprised to see a few heads roll in RTE on this one. It was an incredible waste of resources. They could have done far more with a hidden camera in many establishments of an evening. Ultimately it's going to scupper the truth and scale of the problem.

And if those of us who do see it as a problem were really honest about it we'd tip off the guards anytime we saw it in use at parties etc. In fact, that's what I'm going to do from now on, so the next twitchy idiot I see emerging from the loo giving his gums a rub is going to become a defendant not long after.

11:24 a.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

I'm not going to hang people, but I will be vocal in my non support of it.

11:33 a.m.  
Blogger Conan Drumm said...

I believe it's called 'making an intervention' rather than a hanging!

I'm not against people self-destructing on drugs that can be grown/found for personal consumption but coke leaves a trail of destruction to others in its wake before it ever reaches the user. Plus it must leave a huge carbon footprint...

12:00 p.m.  
Anonymous nonny said...

"I'm not going to hang people, but I will be vocal in my non support of it."

What is it them corny lefties say, if you aren't part of the solution etc etc. I detest people that take drugs even the little stoners, the worst part is the some of them are going home to their children. Pathetic.

12:01 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

I know more than one person that smokes a bit of grass they grow themselves and rightly or wrongly I don't equate it with coke or coke use.
Shit, I've used near enough every narcotic known to man myself over the years-especially my early twenties. But last year something clicked with me, I remember feeling really fucking sick over Anthony and thinking well, if you think like that then you've got to fucking look at you own actions. Cause and effect. It might be only a little thing but it will be my thing.
Also talking to coked out people bores the ring off me.

12:07 p.m.  
Anonymous nonny said...

Jesus thats a shocking revelation I really never would have thought it of you. Growing your own weed ain't so bad but having a few joints and tucking your kids into bed is disgracful carry on. I'm not a snob about it, it's just I've had to put up with the drugs shit for years now at the hands of my older brother. When you see the havoc and stress it causes, all the "it's only a bit of coke" or "relax its just a bit of blow" then it swiftly moved onto "Nonny everyones is on the gear now". Like you he will probably mellow out and settle down but he will always be a bastard to me.

12:17 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Back in the day the whole bloody lot if us existed on the E diet. But we grew out of it.

12:43 p.m.  
Blogger Twenty Major said...

Growing your own weed ain't so bad but having a few joints and tucking your kids into bed is disgracful carry on.

Get off your fucking high horse.

12:44 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

We were also very thin...and only ate bananas on wednesday to replace our serotonin levels, oh the stupidity!

12:52 p.m.  
Anonymous Nonny said...

Looking for something to justify your habit Twenty? You go and glorify it so that all that read FMC's blog will know it's ok, don't worry about the consequences, ahh sure next people will be asking a renowned young blogger such as yourself to act responsibly. The fucking audacity Twenty. I'll stay on my high horse thank you, fully aware that people that take drugs are knackers and parents that do it should be shot.

12:55 p.m.  
Anonymous nonny said...

FMC it sounds delightful but given my predicament I find it hard to make light of it. It is a good thing you could walk away with no hard feelings.

1:02 p.m.  
Blogger Twenty Major said...

1 - I don't need to justify anything to anyone, let alone to simpletons like you on a blog.

2 - I didn't glorify it.

3 - Explain to me the difference between a parent who smokes a joint and puts their kids to bed and a parent who has a few drinks and puts their kids to bed.

4 - You'd be amazed how many knackers there are reading and contributing to this blog then, you horrendous, ill-informed, semi-literate snob.

5 - Fuck off.

1:03 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Le sigh, somebody should just pass you two the pistols and have at it.
Nonny I'm not making light of it, just aware of how stupid I was in my younger years compared to now (still stupid just less so)

1:08 p.m.  
Blogger Twenty Major said...

Does that make you an ex-knacker?

1:16 p.m.  
Anonymous nonny said...

FMC I know, I know what you are saying I am not calling you stupid my apologies if it came across like that it is a sore subject for me and I am being overly sensitive.

Major Fuck You rest assured you had a more privileged upbringing than me so reserve the snob comment for your preppy gay self. As for the few drinks and tuck your kids in, most people have babysitters a nanny or aunt perhaps that sit for them whilst they are out on the beer. I don’t know anybody who calls a babysitter whilst they sit out the back puffing a joint which in fairness is another ironic flaw of "new age" parents, “lets sit out the back and smoke some blow, ye know the kids are in bed” Well rest assured the shite you lot talk as result of the weed you smoke is far more detrimental to your kids.


Oh and I’ll give you the illiterate one I’m nice like that.

1:20 p.m.  
Blogger Twenty Major said...

You really don't have a clue but cheers for giving me the illiterate one without too much fuss.

1:23 p.m.  
Anonymous nonny said...

I don't have a clue I lived with such a reptile, his kids until recently lived with me. How much more insight do I fucking need. The worst part about this is you really don’t give a shit you are just trying to antagonise me. Well it worked, good day to you all!

1:26 p.m.  
Anonymous Cate said...

Jaysus, those two should get it on. The tension is unbearable.

1:42 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

I'll make popcorn.

Urgh, no I won't for I must now drag my semi-corpse upstairs and put on a tracksuit so that I might follow my own advice and get bloody moving. Cry cry.

1:44 p.m.  
Blogger gimme a minute said...

Sorry just arrived and can't let it go. I should really let it go. What kind of leftie dope smoking dickweed hippie am I if I can't let stuff go? An unsuccessful one. Must be all the dope.

Nonny, again, can you explain the difference between somebody who puts their children to bed and has a glass of wine and somebody who puts there children to bed and smokes a joint 'out the back'?

I really should have let it go.

1:51 p.m.  
Blogger Twenty Major said...

Nonny - you are so full of shit. You're a complete fantasist.

1:58 p.m.  
Anonymous sheepworrier said...

More bitching, sniping and possible playground flirting I say, more!

2:05 p.m.  
Anonymous nonny said...

I'm ashamed to say Twenty but that is the truth and he's still my mothers blue eyed boy. Gimme grass and beer are different.

2:15 p.m.  
Anonymous mother'slittlehelper said...

What gets me is the rampant hypocrisy re: alcohol and prescription drug addiction in Ireland. Abuse of alcohol and prescription drugs is still incredibly socially acceptable despite increased awareness of their insidious affects across the social strata. But people will get their knickers in a twist about cocaine, hash etc. everytime!

2:20 p.m.  
Blogger gimme a minute said...

Too right, Nonny, they are.

2:21 p.m.  
Blogger Dr. James McInerney said...

I am 100% not against cannabis. I think it is a drug that is not any worse than beer and I drink beer and I don't have any more problems with people having a smoke than I do with people having a drink and indeed if cannabis was the drug of choice rather than alcohol, we would see fewer fights on the streets at 2am on a Saturday night. The consequence of making something illegal that is wanted by a large proportion of the population is criminality in the supply.

Therfore, there is an argument that it is morally wrong to have cannabis illegal as it is a method of increasing criminality in society.

However, right now, you cannot legalise it because we would simply import the problems of Amsterdam here. So unless, everywhere in Europe relaxes the law on cannabis, then it seems problematic for us to do so.

Abuse of weed is the same as abuse of alcohol or abuse of gambling and being stoned in charge of children is as abusive as being drunk and in charge of children.

Coke is a different issue. I don't use coke and I don't approve of it and I know that its effects are really strong and psychological addiction to coke has a rapid onset.

Also, Nonny: the Guards put their bodies on the line in Celbridge a couple of weeks ago during an armed robbery and risked their own personal safety to keep us safe, so your sweeping statement that they are the most corrupt organisation in Ireland make it seem that you are not using rational thought and it only serves to reduce the impact of all your other arguments, in my opinion.

Anyway, if you want to see my opinions on legalising cannabis, clicky linky.

2:30 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Is there a big misuse of prescription drugs in Ireland? I like to abuse alcohol myself on a regular basis, but it's legal and I fancy no one is going to get shot over it. I see your point though.
Docky 2, they're like every organisation, you get the odd bad apple and it colours folks views. I've met more decent cops than bad in my life time, although the one bad one was an absolute prick of a man, and a relation! (distant)

4:05 p.m.  
Blogger PI said...

Could it be they have learned their 'cheap parlour tricks' from over here?
Who would willingly destroy their nasal septum?

4:07 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Everyone over here by the looks of it, or at least according to 'sources in RTE'. The thing is Pat, if there is a minister snorting with gusto, as alleged, the where is he? Why is he not being named and shamed, if he exists. The whole thing sounds very iffy to me.

4:10 p.m.  
Blogger John Mc said...

Jaysus, it's depressing this many years into the various wars on drugs that people still argue that criminalization of a substance makes any sense. It has been a flat out, complete and total failure. At best it has led to smaller transportable stronger drugs. Bails of cannabis = big and easy to find. Bags of cocaine = small, profitable and east to transport. It has even forced weed growers to develop much smaller and more potent plants, (there was a great article in the NY, times magazine about this several years back).

FMC. I love you. I truly do. In a platonic, bloggery, sort of way. Your my read with coffee of a morning. However the argument that abusing alcohol is not so bad, but abuse of cocaine is awful sniffs of a teensy bit of; well, *sotto voce*, holier-than-thouness. Yes cocaine is illegal and sold by criminals, and there is a lot of associated misery, and there is validity to argument that those who buy it are part of the problem. But the same argument applies to alcohol. Just because it is legal doesn't mean that the misery associated with abuse is any worse. If fact anything I have ever read says that you can add up all the problems caused by every other drug and the still don't come close to the level of problems cause by alcohol. We say how prohibition worked in the US – it increased criminal activity, and cemented the role of organised crime in the US.

Nonnny, seriously a short search on Google should prove that weed, especially if ingested in a manner other than smoking, is far, far less harmful than any other "drug". There are always caveats and edge cases. If you have a family history mental illness, it's probably wise to desist from all drugs.

5:04 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

"However the argument that abusing alcohol is not so bad, but abuse of cocaine is awful sniffs of a teensy bit of; well, *sotto voce*, holier-than-thouness."

I'm afraid I already know that. Part of me when I was typing was going 'well well well fattycatty, all right for thee but not for ye'.
So recognising this I can only act for myself. I won't be imbibing any coke, I will be hussling rum like it's going out of fashion. Hypocritical, perhaps, breaking any laws, no. Can I live with it, yes. At the end of the day that's all any of us can do.
I did ask in my original post if legalising and taxing coke might be a more realistic way of dealing with it. I don't see if ever being bested. But there is a growing group of dealers over here John would kill you as quick as they'd look at you, and in an increasingly profitable turf war we can't just ignore the baseline.

5:14 p.m.  
Blogger Medbh said...

In the U.S., 1 in 4 crimes are committed by someone who is drunk. Booze plays a role in domestic and public violence as well. The chronic makes people eat and watch television. Harldy seems threatening.

5:14 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Evening darling. I'd have to agree, the most annoying thing I've ever found with the stoners is sentences that drift off into nothing and the way they constantly forget what it was they were talking about while still talking about it.
I'm looking at you Major!

5:22 p.m.  
Blogger Twenty Major said...

In the U.S., 1 in 4 crimes are committed by someone who is drunk. Booze plays a role in domestic and public violence as well. The chronic makes people eat and watch television. Harldy seems threatening.

Right on, sister!

And as for you, FMC, you can look all you want but ... the fact ... is ....


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6:04 p.m.  
Blogger Medbh said...

Hee hee, Twenty.

FMC, I think weed should be legalized and taxed because any nation can grow their own and can have some measure of regulation. Coke however is another matter since it all comes from basically one region which really is bandit country.
Btw, 40% of adults in Canada 18-60 say that they regularly smoke the mary jane. It's decriminalized.

6:15 p.m.  
Blogger Conan Drumm said...

If the vintner (licensed alcohol dealers) lobby wouldn't allow us have Cafe Bars they're hardly likely to stand for having their monopoly broken by decriminalising cannabis.

6:43 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Yeah, but you can smoke AND drink. Oh no wait...

6:46 p.m.  
Blogger Conan Drumm said...

Perhaps in Ron's fabled emporium?

6:49 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

He might go for it. As long as you're not a student he's pretty much good for most things.

7:05 p.m.  
Blogger Sam, Problem-Child-Bride said...

"What is it them corny lefties say, if you aren't part of the solution etc etc."

Scientists disagree with the corny lefties here. They say that if you are not part of the solution, you are part of the precipitate.

That's hard science, folks. Can't argue with that.

7:57 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

It's a topsy turvy world Sam and no doubt. I believe I will now go and have a cup of Lyon's tea. Mmmm. Barry's tea is really gak.

8:11 p.m.  
Blogger Conan Drumm said...

Their tea bags are made from recycled blue shirts... you'd think they'd have run out of them by now.

8:22 p.m.  
Anonymous Liz said...

Nonny, that's mental. You don't have a joint and tuck your kids into bed... you tuck them into bed first! Jeeeeez.

9:08 p.m.  
Anonymous nonny said...

"FMC, I think weed should be legalized and taxed because any nation can grow their own and can have some measure of regulation. Coke however is another matter since it all comes from basically one region which really is bandit country.
Btw, 40% of adults in Canada 18-60 say that they regularly smoke the mary jane. It's decriminalized."

Well that’s just fucking swell and you know the auld two year old who is left screaming crying upstairs because her stoner bastard father is sitting in the kitchen with his friends what about her? Well she will be ok won't she sure if age doesn't erase it from her memory the smell of grass in her house is sure to do it. Anyway it will save all that fuss with the other pigs, the Garda, then instead of the sorry that is a civil matter or a case for family court they can stand behind the law, even snort a line or smoke a joint themselves. To think that I am probably the youngest person commenting here and have often been accused of been immature I truly despair.

9:10 p.m.  
Anonymous The Irish mammy syndrome said...

But in fairness Nonny, do you not think you are letting your experience with your brother cloud your judgement on this? I mean in your last posting are you basically claiming that the Gards would pay lip-service to family law and then partake in a few tokes/ snorts themselves? Tis a sledgehammer approach indeed!

9:59 p.m.  
Blogger John Mc said...

Nonny

By that argument we should ban alcohol for definite or any other substance for that matter. Certainly most over the counter medication, Hydrocodeine, Valium, Cough Medicine etc. Weed doesn't make a parent a bad parent, a bad parent is a bad parent by virtue of their own personality. Sure, abuse of anything can exacerbate a situation, but thats still a component of someones makeup. You need to stop assigning so much power to a substance. Assign blame to the person. Many people drink or get stoned who are perfectly good parents. In the same way that many people can tuck in the kids and have a few drinks, people can do the same had have a toke. Why is one worse than the other?

10:01 p.m.  
Anonymous nonny said...

You are right abuse of any substance is detrimental and some argue weed is less additive than alcohol but from what I have read I believe weed more addictive. I also believe any addition is a sign of weakness, we all have our vices and in moderation that is fine. But if you for example look at the level of alcohol abuse in Ireland and those who suffer from it, I don’t mean the alcoholics I mean their families etc why would you want to further exasperate the situation by legalising more drugs, it is bad enough at the moment. Do you know why drugs such as grass are illegal? Do you fully understand the ideals of regulation? Clearly you don’t. Look at smoking since the smoking ban came into place in Ireland the number of people smoking in Ireland has dropped dramatically. Dress it up whatever way you want but as Mr Garrison would say drugs are bad mkay and parents who avail of them are bad parents, if they feel they have to rely on such shite to get them through the day they are absolute idiots and abusing their position in their family. Until you see it please don’t preach to me.

10:45 p.m.  
Blogger Dr. James McInerney said...

With respect Nonny - and I am not trying to minimise the obvious misery that has been visited on you and your family by your brother who also is a stoner. However, John Mc has made the key argument, Nonny. You are ascribing your brother's problem to the weed. I know many dozens of stoners that are responsible, kind, considerate and good to others. The weed may not be the problem in my opinion and you are ascribing too much power to the weed. You cannot abdicate your brother's responsibility for his actions for him. Cause and effect. Was the weed the cause or was it simply a co-incidental player?
You are right, though - if you have to _rely_ on it, then you have a problem. However, your fundamentalist approach is blinkered. Making weed illegal makes it lucrative for criminals and it leads to violence and death and destruction of life - it did for alcohol during prohibition in the US in the 1920s. We know this. So which is the moral stance?

11:03 p.m.  
Blogger Conan Drumm said...

Well said, Doc.

11:27 p.m.  
Anonymous nonny said...

"Making weed illegal makes it lucrative for criminals and it leads to violence and death and destruction of life - it did for alcohol during prohibition in the US in the 1920s. We know this. So which is the moral stance?"

Alcohol is still lucrative except they are not called criminals they are publicans, the cartel the vintner's association is running is a testament to that and as for the violence and death as a result of alcohol do you not read the papers? My whole point is why through more fuel onto a raging fire, it is beyond me. If you honest to God think legalising cannabis/drugs will solve our drug problem you are living in a fantasy world. And I don’t just judge other people from my own families experience either. If you really believe in what you are saying why not sit in on one of the Rutland centres workshops, go on, anyone can do it, go see what “rewards” your radical thinking will reap. I am absolutely livid, I can’t believe people would seriously consider this.

11:30 p.m.  
Blogger Twenty Major said...

I am absolutely livid, I can’t believe people would seriously consider this.

Are you going to scweam and scweam and scweam?

11:34 p.m.  
Anonymous nonny said...

No I am going copy the argument and e-mail it to Joe Duffy or Maybe Mr. Ryan.

11:38 p.m.  
Blogger Twenty Major said...

Birds of a feather, eh?

11:57 p.m.  
Anonymous laughykate said...

Sometimes living in a different time zone completely sucks. I hate arriving at the party when everyone has gone home. But back to the beginning. Two words. Reconstructions suck.

12:00 a.m.  
Anonymous Sheesh said...

I have to say, I've joined the party from more than a couple pints of the good stuff. However, no "drugs" done. But does that make me any different/better?? I'm up too late, and will prob need that large coffee and fruit smoothie to get me going tomorrow morn ... but am I am different from anyone who has been "smoking" tonight??? Probably I'll feel worse than they do tomorrow. Yes, I agree with the "but recreational use still means that criminals supply you by criminal means" argument - but I don't think that such argument gives alcohol some sort of moral high ground over smoking stuff. Nicotine, alcohol, weed, coke etc - they're all drugs, with terrible addictive qualities. I just don't believe that one is less acceptable than the other (ok, I would be way more scared - rightly or wrongly - of coke, heroin etc than booze or weed). I just don't see the issue with someone smoking a few joints of an evening, versus someone having a few beers. I don't mean carrying either to the extreme; just that which of us doesn't do some drugs - and that alcohol is the more acceptable face of it. But I don't think weed is any worse than booze (and a lot more melllow). It aint my thing; but I don't think fair to demonise it.

I have to read the comments again now! John Mc stood out as Mr Sensible so far though!

3:10 a.m.  
Anonymous Sheesh said...

And Dr James too.

But on the 'High Society' programme, I know lots of people who earn a good wage (but none who either born loaded, or made a Celtic Tiger fortune) - anyway, two people I know have tried coke (just two). And let me stress, I aint a terribly shockable girl. I also tend to be the one people tell things to. So I have to say that I found the whole programme very sensationalist and unrealistic. Yes, I'm relating it entirely to my own personal experience - but isnt that what the entire programme did? It all seemed a bit lame and over-blown to me.

3:39 a.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

It was completely over blown Sheesh, and as LK rightly points out, reconstruction sucks and is a pointless activity when you're supposed to be portraying a person's inner struggles. The programme was bordering on farce.

8:23 a.m.  
Anonymous sheepworrier said...

Bit too fundamentalist for my liking Nonny...
Well said Doc and John.

10:32 a.m.  
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