I read an article several days ago that has stuck with me, the final lines in particular, so I thought I would share it with you: In Mullingar, people talk because there is no sea, by Michael Harding in the Irish Times.
The article begins with a reference to Queen Elizabeth’s visit to Ireland, but it quickly becomes more than a story about the Queen, drifting easily to memory of another time and place, with a kind of bitter-sweet nostalgia rooted in a present moment, in the twitter of birds in an attic and an image of a monarch on the television . . .
I’d call that wistful & kinda sad… 😦
Hey, I had an unrelated question to ask you (regarding NoRedirect), but this was the only way in which I was able to contact you.
If you could please get back to me (and then delete this comment out):
[email address deleted]
I’ll delete your email addy, Bryan, and get back to you via email, though I’m unsure why I would be an appropriate person to ask about NoRedirect. 🙂
I’m pretty sure this is you?:
I also use Frontier and wanted to just quickly ask what you’re using.
I’m using the following which does not work:
That’s all I needed to ask.
Hope you can help, again… sorry to bother you especially in this off-topic medium.
If you’re unable to help, apologies, I won’t bother you again.
No need to apologize! I’d simply forgotten about the Firefox Noredirect extension and my comment on it. There should be better directions for the extension for adding new lines to it.
I emailed you, but in case this can help anyone else who stumbles across this in a search, I’ll post the effective RegExp Pattern here, as well:
^http://(?:[^/]+\.)?searchguide.frontier.com/then check the “DNS Error” option. That kept my browser from being hijacked by the ISP and brought to a search page rather than a 404 error.
Hope this helps!