Oh, and that's my desk. Don't judge me.
I'm now going to watch a documentary called "Mise Eire" that was made in 1959 about the events during Easter Week, 1916. The languages offered are English and Gaelic. I may watch it both ways.
UPDATE: Don't bother with "Mise Eire." It was one of the most insipid, uninformative documentaries I've ever seen. Its one saving grace is all the archival footage it had, including Queen Victoria arriving for a state visit in Dublin in 1901, shortly before her death. But the voice over (in Gaelic) was bad Cuban-propaganda-style purple prose. Very disappointing.