Just get your hands on some of those handy stickers online - slap one on the drivers side window and windscreen. Total nightmare to remove and leave that annoying sticky after effect. “Don’t park like a cunt”. Use with caution on repeat offenders in your area
Get a good lock. Forget about cable locks they are rubbish.
Not an in-person class, but maybe this is of interest? Duolingo Irish for English speaker course. I think it is still relatively new, but perhaps a handy start...
Wouldn't recommend setting up a google-group, but there are alternatives - effectively you'll be doing alot of "These aren't the droids your looking for posts" on quitter.se etc.
I do a show over at Room101, a community radio station based in camden palace. All of our shows are recorded and then uploaded to mixcloud as podcasts.
I don't think there's anything like that in the park. There is a car park the other side of the bridge to the park which does have a slipway. I think you should be able to use that. There's actually a better aerial image of it on Bing maps.
My family has a summer home in Garretstown, there's always people camping on the beach there. Check this map, people always camp out in the picnic area on the left side of the beach! Google Map here, also!
I suppose it depends on how big the audio is. Tourists who don't have cheap roaming (which I presume includes the British) can download it over the hotel's WiFi. You are probably better off starting with a webapp to test demand. You can always move it to something like Cordova later if it takes off.
I know they're expensive but I got a set of Bose over-ear noise cancelling headphones years ago and they were the best money I ever spent. With a bit of low music playing on them I wouldn't be able to hear a thing.
Amazon looks like the cheapest place now but you could watch out for a sale in Harvey Norman or soundstore.ie:
These are miles better than 95% of cheap earphones:
But if I was you I would try and get these ones online.
They punch far above their weight and can be considered as good as earphones two or three times their price imo. I own them and really have no complaints at all.
P.s sorry for ugly links couldn't be bothered googling the syntax to change link style.
Definitely this one 👌 https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pro-Dehumidifier-Humidity-Continuous-Drainage/dp/B077GZ3TVS/ref=mp_s_a_1_9?crid=2OPDS7MKVHYO9&keywords=dehumidifier&qid=1670751368&sprefix=dehumidifier+%2Caps%2C155&sr=8-9
I bought mine locally and paid 200 for it, looked it up online after and found I could have got it cheaper.Doultan under counter drinking water filter
I don't like feeding the evil empire but I'm picking up a Small Dehumidifierfrom Amazon
Not as good as the big ones but they require far less electricity and you can
Sorry Bois had a quick brewski after I got back. We order this: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Kaytee-Absorbent-Fragranced-Bedding-Extreme/dp/B07DGYNNZ9/ref=mp_s_a_1_4?crid=1RIY3WPA33BQ2&keywords=Hamster+bedding&qid=1662579139&sprefix=hamster+bedding%2Caps%2C133&sr=8-4
Free delivery with prime if you have it or someone else does.
Next level headphones. Open back though so the sound can be heard by others. They are more at home alone listening/gaming headphones but if people are around, it can be annoying for them.
Might need a DAC also but so worth it, sounds amazing
Network Engineer here. There could be two reasons why your network is like this:
You can either rent a device (https://radonireland.com/shop/) or buy it ( https://www.amazon.co.uk/Corentium-AirThings-Detector-International-Version/dp/B00FORY4QU/ref=mp_s_a_1_6?crid=1A9VFFRQ894CP&keywords=radon+detector&qid=1653660046&sprefix=Radon%2Caps%2C69&sr=8-6).
I bought it in case I needed to monitor the levels overtime. It's been on for a couple of years and never shown a concerning level. Anyway, if I see the levels go higher than what I'm comfortable with, I open the windows and the level of radon goes down again.
It's expensive, but I prefer having it permanently on for peace of mind.
Just bought this, when i looked into it, people recommend ones using KDF filters and not those silly bead ones
We have a Ring doorbell and it’s great for security but also it’s a nice video doorbell for when we’re out and away and someone calls to the door.
Daft have a page for looking for room mates:
And you can get an idea what you will be looking to pay per month on Daft too. Just stay away from anything rented out by Choices property- they're awful. Cost can vary quite a bit depending on location, standards and how many people you share with. There's a few big employers in call centre type environments around the city- the suggestion of Apple is a good idea. They are often hiring and experience in both customer service and computing wold be right up their alley.
But I would suggest also looking around monster.ie, jobs.ie, recruitireland.com etc to see what is available.
Good luck relocating, Cork's a nice city to live in.
Found some canned air in SoundStore before.
As a long term option, I bought this a few years ago. It's really good: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00S7CH6FK
For the keyboard, I 3D printed a cover so it doesn't get dirty when I don't use it.
I researched this while back since I'm a big fan of bidets and the conclusion seemed to be that you either go all in and get a proper system or don't bother. I bought one of these portable ones a while back and they're honestly great. Just fill it up before you go poo poo and it'll clean you right up. I only wipe to dry.
Picked up one from amazon. Does the job. We also use it to for cleaning a potty, very handy. Although our water comes from a well and it can be pretty, eh.... fresh... first thing in the morning. Wakes you up though
Haha - was just doing the same.
Closest looking thing I've found was this:
Not a clue. I have an old canon pixmar I dusted off and I ordered the paper from amazon:
10 Sheets Premium Waterproof A4 Vinyl (PVC) Matte White Self Adhesive Sticker Sheets Quality Inkjet Laser Printable https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B072LQ74MG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_HCqqFbSEPGYP4
Vibes and scribes would be a good start. Or, there’s an art shop in Douglas Court that’s well stocked.
just use an 8gb usb, you shall be fine with a backup of your data with an S2.
With €2,000 he would be able to invest in this little number