> Yup. The hill changed direction. A bit like a moving sine wave. It was
> always uphill, especially when I was strugggling home through the snow
> drifts that were uphill too. This theorem doesn't apply to double-decker
> buses, though. I once struggled uphill through a downhill blizzard and met
> a floundering double-decker bus that didn't know it should be going uphill.
> I suppose it was confused by its lack of familiar surroundings that were
> obscured by the driving blizzard through which I was struggling uphill.
> If anybody knows Stillorgan Hill in Dublin, you'll know that I'm not
Yep, I can vouch for that - a convoy of 46As, no doubt.
Witnessed it a few times during my time at UCD - at Foxrock
church as well (always 46As).
(Q:what's a creche? A: a 2 car collision in Foxrock).
re: Eurovision - the repeats have started already on RTE,
they showed 'Ghost' the other night - it's hardly 6 months
since it was on last. They'll probably start repeating
Bibi in a circus tent and, go bhfo/ire Dia orainn, Liam O/ Murchu/
programmes from 10 years ago in a few weeks time.