On Mon, 13 Apr 1998, Bill wrote:
> At 9:49 PM -0300 4/13/98, Neil Alasdair McEwan wrote:
> >And so the old whirlygig is off again. "Celtic culture" must mean
> >something in particular, otherwise it can only mean nothing in
> Don't be dense, Neil.
This from the man who claims that wild speculation is just as
important as research? Better to be dense than vapid.
> Does he mean Contemporary Celtic culture and if so, Welsh, Scots, Irish,
> Breton, Manx, New Age Celtic? They are different.
Of course they're different you prat, I was saying so just the other
day. I took it that you were about to go off into another one of your
moony "Celtic is what you feel inside" crusades -- I'm sure it'll be
coming along shortly in any case.