I'm not done with Ireland yet. I got a couple more pictures...
The first one is a picture of a typical Irish homestead. Becaue of the balmy weather there is no need for a front door, or even corners, insulation and roof gutters. I couldn' help but wonder where all the rain goes and how the Irish make their toast since I couldn't see any electrical plugs. Very resourceful people. I was lucky they weren't home too. By the way, the Burren was amazing: I don't think I've ever seen anything 6000 years old.
The second picture I can't explain; only that I like the trend to wearing blue and red blotches on your nape. I'm going to start doing that.
Okay enough sillines. Time to be serious: I'm in Los Angeles, a place that tolerates no ridiculous behaviour. I saw the good Paul McGillion last night, he says hi to you all (actually he didn't, I'm just saying that, but I'm sure he would) and we've finally put the finishing touches on our plan to take over the world. More on that later...