The windmills in neighbouring North Stormont are visibly piercing the horizon. The backlash, as curious as it is expected, is reaching a fever pitch. History will find a special place for those who protest green energy infrastructure based on their own scientific assertions curated by so-called experts with a political agenda. It’s a waste of time and truly baffling.

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November, the month where doggie land mines are even more hazardous with the temperature teetering between frozen and not.

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The end of all things is the beginning of one.

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We are not what we pretend to be on social media. It is, however, an unfiltered look into the messy human mind and what happens to dialogue when the real danger of having someone punch you in the mouth for your comments is removed.

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How can there suddenly be a propane shortage? Are we to believe that propane is only produced on an as needed basis? There is only a supply problem, which will surely line the pockets of those that control the pricing. This will come at the cost of local residents and farmers, while local suppliers will have to endure the inevitable outrage. Something stinks and it’s not the propane.

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You can’t go back and change the beginning, but you can start where you are and change the ending.

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Almost everything will work again if you unplug it for a few minutes, including you.

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It takes many voices to tell a single story.

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Fifty per cent of parenting is deciding if that noise coming from upstairs is worth investigating.