Either/Or Questions

Flood or Drought?
If you had to have EITHER constant drizzling rainfall (it wouldn't pour rain) OR have it never rain again, which would YOU choose? -- keep in mind that constant rain would eventually flood and kill plants, animals, people...and never raining again would mean forrests and farms that provide things such as food, wood, etc. would eventually die off.
RE: i changed my mind
a guy who worked here went to ireland a few years ago maybe 5 years. people invited him and his family into their homes and they didn't know him. he wasn't soliciting. they just invited him in. i don't know where in ireland this happened.
(February 24, 2003 ~ 9:50 AM)
By mary j

RE: Flood ahoy
:))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))
(February 23, 2003 ~ 12:28 AM)
By Carl StrangeLifeForm

RE: i changed my mind
People used to be trusting here. My parents talk about the sixties when you wouldn't have to lock your door except for last thing at night. You could leave your bicycle outside (cars were rare back then) and it wouldn't be robbed. That had something to do with the strong religious ethos that prevailed. The country was almost exclusively Roman Catholic and the vast majority of people were very honest and upright. Alas, all that has changed. Now, like everywhere else, we have to keep locks on everything to keep them from getting stolen. Irish people are still quite friendly, though. I have heard tourists talk about how friendly the Irish are.
(February 19, 2003 ~ 10:46 AM)
By Shane McCarthy

RE: i changed my mind
The magic of a lot of places is exaggerated in books and films, but Ireland is certainly a beautiful country. I'm not talking about towns and cities. I'm talking about the countryside. I live in the countryside. We live on a relatively high spot of ground. We have a beautiful view of fields, hills and, away in the distance, the Galtee mountains. I have walked along lovely beaches early on a summer's morning. I have been to the Burren - a magical place in the West of Ireland which has remained largely untouched by modern civilisation. It is a beautiful area which is a rock-climbers dream and a hill-walkers' paradise. The scenery there is breath-taking. Of course, the books and films will exaggerate the beauty of Ireland and portray us all as leprauchans with funny accents. But this is certainly a wonderful country. I know I often complain about the weather we have, but I see this as the best country on God's green earth.
(February 19, 2003 ~ 10:40 AM)
By Shane McCarthy

RE: i changed my mind
Is Ireland as magical of a place as it appears in romance novels and fairie tales? I've often wanted to go there just for the legend and lore.
(February 18, 2003 ~ 10:03 PM)
By Wendi Cali

RE: i changed my mind
my grandmother (maternal) was born in gallway. she spoke galik as well as english. she was the first generation of her family to come to the usa. she talked about it a lot. it sounds beautiful there. people seemed more trusting (and more trustworthy).
(February 18, 2003 ~ 1:26 PM)
By mary j

RE: i changed my mind
Yeah, rain is definitely the answer. Here in Ireland we are used to having constant drizzle, although every now and then the drizzle stops so that we can have a proper downpour instead. That's what makes our country so green. If we were to have constant drizzle, I wouldn't see much change in our current climate!
(February 18, 2003 ~ 4:39 AM)
By Shane McCarthy

RE: Flood ahoy
LOL :)
(February 17, 2003 ~ 7:47 AM)
By mary j

RE: Okay, Okay, Okay... I got it
i guess. in england they have it already. :)
(February 17, 2003 ~ 5:32 AM)
By mary j

i changed my mind
after reading your response. i think i will go with the rain.
(February 17, 2003 ~ 5:31 AM)
By mary j

RE: Okay, Okay, Okay... I got it
I LOVE rain. I would totally chose rain. Now, there would be massive erosion, but no life can exist without water.
(February 16, 2003 ~ 3:14 PM)
By Leanne Enck
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