James Linnane is a member of both The Meath Writers' Circle and The Boyne Writers' Group and has been writing poetry for a good number of years now, or so I've been told. Anyway worth listening to and is the author of two books to date, "Never Take an Irishman Seriously Unless he's Armed" which was published in New York in 1988 and is very good advice indeed and his most recent production "The Life and Times of a Gotcha" about days spent, or should that be nights with a Dublin based security firm. I loved the introduction to this, or interview where you either end up in a really good job or in a very dangerous one indeed. The only constant being the difference in what you get paid. Anyway would make a good television series. Here James recites a poem about his take on life. Give a listen! Other poems further back.