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Maine Restaurants/Bars Still Open For St. Patrick’s Day Partying — COVID-19 Be Damned.

by Anura Guruge



OPEN — for now.
I just called (11:30am).

“Warren’s Lobster House”, Kittery, Maine — OPEN.

 


I just checked. I just called.

Occurred to me last night that I had heard NOTHING about restaurant/bar closures in Maine.

Yes, we are closed — and I knew that was coming.

Massachusetts, of course, was one of the firsts to close …

Maine is really just across the border from MA — just a quick 12-minutes drive through NH.

Kittery & York, on the border, has some great places to eat and be merry.

So, let the partying begin.

I might have to go to Maine just to show my support and solidarity.

Happy St. Patrick’s Day.


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Taking Selfies My Way — Day #10 Post-Knee Surgery — March 17, 2019.

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I am sure I am trying to convince myself that I am still alive — albeit a hopeless cripple on crutches.

St. Patrick’s Day 2019.

‘Outback Steakhouse’ in Bedford, NH.

I must have got some water on my right chin while washing my hands. I am not crying. I should but that will not fix my problems.


43rd post in this “Taking Selfies My Way” series.

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U.K. “Daily Mail” To Atone The Tribal Topless Pictures Publish A Boatload Of White Australian Bums.

by Anura Guruge


Click here for the 1st U.K. “Daily Mail” article with white Australian bums.

Click here for the 2nd U.K. “Daily Mail” article with white Australian bums.

Both of these were from Saturday, March 17, 2018St. Patrick’s Day. There were MORE. But, there is only so much white Australian bums that you can take.




This was the month, i.e., March 2018, that “National Geographic” apologized for all the topless tribal pictures it had published for the last 120 years.

The “Daily Mail“, cute as ever, covered that story with a huge tribal topless pictures — supposedly to illustrate the ‘point’, as if we didn’t quite understand. That was on March 13, 2018.

Four days later it went to town with ALL THESE white Australian bums.

OK, I will admit it. I like saying “white white Australian bums“. “White Australian bums“. “White Australian bums“.

I call them ‘bums’, but they are OK — meaning Australians.

Well, I felt honor bound to cover this. Now I have — though maybe not adequately enough because I feel I left quite a bit uncovered.


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