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@radiobrendan There’s an old but still very relevant joke that does the rounds in Colombia. It goes something like this: A prominent Colombian politician is invited to a major Canadian (insert any ‘First World’ country there) city by its mayor. On arrival, the visiting(...)

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@radiobrendan A friend asked me the other day, ‘What makes you angry the most?’ I chewed on it for a while and spat out a few things. There was, though, a common thread to them all: People not being honest. For I believe that I am, largely speaking, an honest person(...)

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@radiobrendan Oh no! Here it comes again. Yes, it’s that semi-awkward time of year for all Irish-born people; St Patrick’s Day (March 17), our national holiday. You see most Irish, from my experiences anyway, tend not to get too excited about things; we prefer to leave(...)

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@radiobrendan ‘Ireland; a great little country, if only you could put a roof over it.’ It’s difficult to go against that comedic summation of my homeland. Actually, you could add to it and suggest the construction of a few massive wind barriers as well. You see(...)

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@radiobrendan In some ways, this blog and writer follow a conservative path; in some ways that is. There’s an affinity with the old, ‘straightforward’ way of doing things, finding comfort in a relatively uncomplicated life. In this regard, for example,(...)

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@radiobrendan It’s nice to feel part of a community. Indeed, for the most part we’re social beings, thus to associate with a group is usually good for the body and soul. The majority of us are born into communities, some of which are more tightly knit than others. But(...)

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@radiobrendan As a society, we tend to place a lot of value in higher education, especially in relation to the loftier institutions. On the face of it, this isn’t a bad thing. Generally, those who go through universities and the like go on to have much better lives, measured in(...)

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@radiobrendan When it comes to the main vacation times in Colombia, there appear to be three chief types of holidaymakers. Firstly, you have the upper-to-middle classes, that is to say those with lots of spare cash at their disposal, who tend to escape the country and continent(...)

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@radiobrendan The first step in solving a problem, so it is said, is realising you have one. It pretty much stands to reason really. You’ve got to know what you’re trying to fix before you begin to fix it. Yet, for some things, what one person sees as a problem, or at(...)

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