Mizen to Malin in opposition to Blasphemy Law

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Re: Mizen to Malin in opposition to Blasphemy Law

Post by aZerogodist » Fri May 21, 2010 10:26 am

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NUIG Skeptics in the pub
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Thanks to the NUIG Skeptics soc, contact them if your in Galway, also they said they would like Michael Nugent and the countmeout group to give a talk at sometime in Galway.
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Re: Mizen to Malin in opposition to Blasphemy Law

Post by peter63 » Fri May 21, 2010 11:28 am

Article about Paul on the Galway Independent: http://www.galwayindependent.com/local- ... e-streets/

No articles on The Limerick Leader & Clare Champion yet. Will try again later

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Re: Mizen to Malin in opposition to Blasphemy Law

Post by Feardorcha » Fri May 21, 2010 12:28 pm

That photograph, Sceptics in a Pub, is like a Vermeer painting.
In fact, I doubt it's a photograph at all.
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Re: Mizen to Malin in opposition to Blasphemy Law

Post by aZerogodist » Sun May 23, 2010 11:14 am

Paul is in Charlestown, after camping in Mick Flynn's field. All is going good. Paul was on Midwest radio yesterday as part of a news story, many passing cars beeped at him.
Today onto Ballynacarrow 28km
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Re: Mizen to Malin in opposition to Blasphemy Law

Post by dugges » Sun May 23, 2010 11:33 am

Ara, a reason to listen to Mid Whesht and I missed it. I mailed the Western People and Mayo News last week, did they ever get in touch?
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Re: Mizen to Malin in opposition to Blasphemy Law

Post by aZerogodist » Sun May 23, 2010 10:35 pm

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Re: Mizen to Malin in opposition to Blasphemy Law

Post by aZerogodist » Mon May 24, 2010 10:28 pm

Thanks Ciaran, for meeting us today in Sligo. It really picked us up. PM: Hope all is ok with regards to the phone call.
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Re: Mizen to Malin in opposition to Blasphemy Law

Post by Qu1zMaster » Thu May 27, 2010 2:24 pm

Is there an updated schedule?
When will he be getting to Inishowen?
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Re: Mizen to Malin in opposition to Blasphemy Law

Post by dugges » Thu May 27, 2010 2:31 pm

Well I finally managed to get out to go meet Paul after I couldn't make my way down to Galway. Nozz kindly provided me with a lift as he opted to take the scenic route from Sligo to Ballyshannon via Mayo!!
Tommy's staff were great and gave Paul the chance to meet the man himself who decided to walk around the country, as a matter of fact Paul and Tommy's management were closer than we thought - but that's another story!

However disaster hit at the camp site when Paul lost his shower token and it looked like we couldn't get Cinderella spruced up for the Ball. There were three of us on our hands and knees around the tent looking to see if it feel out of his pocket, meanwhile aZeroGodist was showering away nicely unaware of the panic panic going on. Anyways, we got the token, got Paul scrubbed up and hit the road landing in Tubber in good time for the gig, enough that we could have a few pinteens before hand.

All in all everyone had a great time and I'm tempted to go up North for the end of the walk bash, it should be a cracker!!!

P.S - Nice to finally meet you aZero!!

@ Qu1zMaster - He's leaving Ballyshannon today!! [edit] On Schedule

Sat May 29th:-Drumkeen-LETTERKENNY
Sun May 30th:-Newton Cunningham-BUNRANA
Mon May 31st:-Carndonagh-Malin-MALIN HEAD!

These will be the best dates to go by!
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Re: Mizen to Malin in opposition to Blasphemy Law

Post by Ciaran » Thu May 27, 2010 5:16 pm

aZerogodist wrote:Thanks Ciaran, for meeting us today in Sligo. It really picked us up. PM: Hope all is ok with regards to the phone call.
Not at all, sure I needed a sangwedge anyway. Glad it's going so well and that you're getting such a good response.

Take care on those roads!
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