June 24th, 2006
What’s up man hey yo what’s up
Yeah what’s goin’ on here
Sick an’ tired of five-oh runnin’ up on the block here
You know what I’m sayin’
Yo Snow they came around here lookin’ for you the other day
Word word bust it
Informer you no say daddy me Snow me I’ll go blame
A licky boom boom down
Detective mon said daddy me Snow me stab someone down the lane
A licky Boom Boom Down.
Police them come an’ now they blow down me door
One him come crawl through through my window
So then they put me in the back the car at the station
From that point on me reach my destination
When the destination reached it was the east detention
Where them whipped down me pants looked up me bottom so
Bigger they are they think they have more power
They’re on the phone me say that on (every) hour
Me for want to use it once an’ now me call me lover
Lover who I’ll be callin is the one Tammy
An’ me love her in me heart down to my belly
Yes me daddy me Snow me I feel cool an’ deadly
As the one MC Shan an’ the one daddy Snow
Together we-a love ‘em as a Tor-Na-Do
Listen for me you better listen for me now (x2)
When me rockin’ the microphone me rock it steady
Yes sir daddy me Snow me are the article don
But in the in an’ the out of a dance them they say where you come from
People them say you come from Jamaica
But me born an’ raised in the ghetto that’s the one I want you to know
Pure black people mon that’s all I mon know
Yeah me shoes are tear up an’ me toes used to show
Where me born in on the one Toronto so
Come with a nice young lady.
Intelligent yes she’s gentle an’ irie
Everywhere me go me never left her at all
Yes its daddy Snow me are the roam dance mon
Roam between a dancin’ in a in a nation-a
You never know say daddy me Snow me are the Boom Shakata
Me never lay-a down flat in that one cardboard box
Yes say me Daddy me Snow me I’ll go reachin’ at the top so
Why would he (x2)
Me sittin’ ’round cool with my dibbie dibbie girl
Police knock my door lick up my pal
Rough me up an’ I can’t do a thing
Pick up my line when my telephone ring
Take me to the station black up my hands
Trail me down ‘cuz I’m hangin’ with the Snowman
What I’m gonna do I’m backed an’ I’m trapped
Slap me in the face an’ took all o’ my gap
They have no clues an’ they wanna get warmer
But Shan won’t turn informer
June 21st, 2006
June 18th, 2006
Ah poor Mal. 30 and no-one to share it with.
Jaysus I enjoyed them alright.
Great festival type yoke down by Cow’s Lane and into Christchurch on Saturday. Go on the Summer.
Deadly bikers and boarders everywhere.
Some poor fecker broke his board.
I bought bubbles.
Sure we were like childer.
June 16th, 2006
Thank you for your e-mail.
We very much regret the disappointment caused to you by the dropping of the 6.30pm
repeat of Home and Away during week one of World Cup 2006 coverage on RTÉ Two.
RTÉ’s Head of Schedule Planning makes the following comment.
“Unfortunately World Cup coverage causes major disruption to the RTÉ Two schedule.
Due to the large number of live matches it was simply not possible to schedule
Home and Away on RTÉ Two over a 6 day period from June 12th – 16th and
Monday 19 June. Home and Away will return to the teatime schedule on RTÉ Two
from Tuesday June 20.
We accept that this has inconvenienced viewers, however we have endeavoured
to keep disruption of the schedule to a minimum.”
I would like to assure you that your complaint was included in our Audience Log,
and circulated for information to senior management in the programme division,
including the Head of Schedule Planning.
June 13th, 2006
To whom it may concern,
I wish to complain about the scheduling of “Home and Away” during the World Cup
tournament. Understandably, due to evening matches, this programme is not being shown in
the regular slot of 6:30 on RTE2. However it is still being shown at 1:30 on RTE1, which
means that people who are unable to view it at this time will be weeks behind in their
viewing by the time the World Cup is over. Surely it would make more sense to postpone
broadcasting of this programme?
Looking forward to hearing from you,
And while you’re at it, bring back Noah.
June 12th, 2006
June 11th, 2006
June 8th, 2006
You should read Clare O’Donoghue’s blog. It will make you feel like a lazy get.
June 5th, 2006
I’m afraid it was weekend of the million photos.
I had great fun taking pictures, and luckily I was tolerated fairly well.
Sorry about putting them all here, but the oul’ flickr bandwidth limit was passed long ago.
In short, we had wedding, dossing around town, roof soiree courtesy of Kathriona,
walks in Howth, and frisbee in Iveagh Gardens. Go on the bank holidays.