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Andytown News diarist with an eye on the week just gone, or indeed the one just ahead. Interested in the strange, the funny and the totally bonkers.

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Came across this in Bangor. I think it's also known as the Church of the Latter-Day Punch and Judy

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View from my window at Teach Basil. The Black Mountain is beyond the treeline, or it was this morning

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The Euro poster in Andytown News is class. Put it on the garage door and the sun came out. That must be an omen

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Finally on our day out, Joe's favourite, mine too. 1950s thresher: chaff hay our end, wheat being bagged the other
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Finally on our day out, Joe's favourite, mine too. 1950s thresher: chaff hay our end, wheat being bagged the other

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This was the bookshop @ Springhill House Moneymore today. Got the Eamonn Mallie book for a quid. Bargain (I think)

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Late lunch, Magherafelt. Big union jack in the middle of town has barbed-wire halfway up pole. Tells its own story

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Last week's Fri pic Islandbawn St/ Falls junction. Today dockers march in support of H-Block protest. But where?

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Dug this out for Eye On the Past. The original Squinter, A'town News June 1982. FAF (and that's not Funny As Flip)

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This morning's Andytown News front page...

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Admire your chutzpah, Conall, but come on... Come back to me when you're saying that on the doorsteps in Kiltimagh

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Not sure what I'll be doing, but I hear in a recession many people are holding a party for world's richest woman

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Enjoyed the cricket at Stormont v much yesterday while following Antrim on Twitter. Do I get a CRC grant for that?

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Had to stop the car passing this in Donegal. I can recall a few nights when that combo might have been handy

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Your Friday tester: Protest at traffic danger to children, Andytown News, 1979. But where?

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My house martins' young have hatched. Spent an hour last night watching. Time for plastic sheet on wheelie bins
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My house martins' young have hatched. Spent an hour last night watching. Time for plastic sheet on wheelie bins

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Hmm. Really? And tell me, BBC, how much did thought shrink by? I think heatstroke is setting in

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And finally on my tour of North Belfast, this at corner of Hughenden Ave. No, I have't a barney either

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It's true what they say – if you sit around long enough everyone will drop by

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I opened a real can of worms when I wrote this for today's paper. My dream last night was directed by Wes Craven

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Places I'd love to be while looking out at sun: The Big Guy cooling off on Ponte Vecchio. Sighs, gets on with it

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