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The Happy Birthday Picture Spam

Posted in ncis, tv, website with tags , , , , on 14 August, 2016 by ambarussa


Just in time for his 39th birthday I’ve managed to track down the NCIS episode “Dead Letter”. So Damian O’Hare gets cake, you get pictures. Good day for everybody!




Damian O’Hare: New Promo Picture

Posted in website with tags on 15 March, 2014 by ambarussa

Finally, a new promo picture. Fears of Hollywoodysation have been unfounded.


Now all we need is some (confirmed) news…

(I haven’t given up hope for a Silmarillion trilogy tetralogy octology yet. I’d start my first petition ever – Damian for Maedhros.)

If… Cloning could cure us – Gallery Online

Posted in if... cloning could cure us, tv, website with tags , , , , on 14 March, 2014 by ambarussa

Back in 2004, the BBC aired the “If…” series, which dealt with a couple of “what if” scenarios like “If… Drugs were legal” or “If… We stopped giving aid to Africa”. There was even one episode called “If… TV goes down the tube”.  If!

In one of his early TV appearances, Damian O’Hare played Andrew Holland in the “If… Cloning could cure us” episode. After falling off a cliff, Andrew can’t walk anymore. A doctor tries to heal him by using stem cells from Andrew’s cloned cells. However, the clones are 19 days old and the legal limit is 14, so everybody ends up in court because 19 day old cell clumps are more important than an already living person.

Anyway, ten years later, I finally managed to get a hold of this episode, and so the O’Hare bingo card is now complete: there are now screencaps of all of Damian’s TV and movie roles available on the website!

Click the picture to get to the gallery. Please keep in mind that this is the copy of a copy of a copy of a video recorded ten years ago. The quality is not stellar, but I hope you’ll enjoy it, anyway.

Damian O'Hare as Andrew Holland

2013 in review

Posted in website with tags , on 5 January, 2014 by ambarussa

Here are WordPress’s yearly statistics. Their helper monkeys aren’t working very accurately, though, as neither encrypted searches through Google nor visits by people who have cookies disabled are counted. That’s a couple of thousand visitors, but it will give you an idea. These are the stats for the blog only, btw., not for the website. Unofficial Damian O’Hare had ~50’000 visitors in 2013.

Btw. we start into 2014 with a new feature – NO MORE ADS! Yes, I’m sure you’ll miss them as much as I do…

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 11,000 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 4 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

Click here to see the complete report.

Merry Christmas!

Posted in Uncategorized, website with tags , on 24 December, 2013 by ambarussa

The last door of the advent calendar has opened, and I hope you’ll have fun with what’s behind it!

The calendar will be online until 26th December, so if there’s something you’d like to keep: download now, because come midnight, all will be gone…

I wish everybody and their loved ones a Merry Christmas, Blessed Yule and Happy Whatevereyoucelebrateornot and a New Year which will be made of  lovely memories only come 2015. I’ll be back on 6th January.

“My idea of Christmas, whether old-fashioned or modern, is very simple: loving others. Come to think of it, why do we have to wait for Christmas to do that?” – Bob Hope


Updated: Privacy Policy and Contact

Posted in website on 12 October, 2013 by ambarussa

I know it’s boring and there are no pictures, but please, read anyway if you’re not already familiar with our privacy policy.


If you want to make contact with the webgnome, you can now do so



Private door photo © Ben O’Bryan on Flickr
noncommercial use permitted with attribution / no derivative works

And once again, we’re under attack.

Posted in website on 6 October, 2013 by ambarussa

Edit: We’re back online!

DDOS attack on our provider, no access to mail, website is not available half of the time, the usual, bla bla bla.

I’d really love to know who we share the cluster with; we’re certainly not the main target…

Thanks for your patience. And as for the bloody scriptkiddies responsible…


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