No, that does'nt make much sense! Apologies. I think there is a seperate class of monument that look like robbed cairns, but which are not. I'm very fortunate to live next to Coumaraglin in County Waterford, and have spent the last 15 years or so studying the place. If you go to 'fourwinds' meagalithomania site, go to Waterford, then Coumaraglin, you'll find a perfect example. Its listed as a fulacht fiadh, although it clearly is'nt. In an area full of stuff, only one monument has been disturbed. I think fourwinds comments on this particular 'construction' says it all. It's in an area where stones are abundant, so no need to rob, far from any dwellings, walls etc, and after looking at it many times, I just think that's how it was supposed to be. (though for what purpose???) There are many similar throughout the Comeragh mountains, in far more remote locations, to which the robbing theory does'nt really stack up.