Eh, how do I subscribe to social? And preferably a digest a la ilug as I
have tons of mail as it is.
I "studied" Irish in school in Dublin, was thrilled with my D Grade in Pass
The problem is, whenever I tried/try to speak "as gaeilge", it comes out in
So I wouldn't feel bad as a Yank my friend.
I'm thinking of converting my workstation to an Irish version of some distro
or other, I just hope that the kernel messages are understandable :)
Is mise le meas,
Conchur de Bhuinn.
funny, i went to school in america where i not only wasn't given the
chance to learn irish (in spite of wanting to), but a foreign language
wasn't available until 7th grade. i'm bummed i don't know irish and
have attempted to learn it since moving here (anyone know of places to
learn irish in galway - it seems like that should be easy to find here,
but i'm obviously looking in the wrong places?). and i'm generally
ashamed i don't speak any other language then english (and yes, i know
even that's debatable).
i suppose the grass is always greener...
ps i've moved this on to social...
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meatspace place: home than a sober one. the happiness of credulity is
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