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3 QPR players coming out saying they heard Terry...I really hope the FA have the balls to charge this sc**bag..after all they brushed the last one under the carpet well

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2053972/John-Terry-set-face-evidence-3-QPR-players.html

Oh really??  Shaun Derry's statment should be short enough.  "I wasn't on the pitch at the time of the incident"

http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2011/oct/27/qpr-players-john-terry-racism-inquiry

QPR have denied reports that three of their players – Paddy Kenny, Clint Hill and Shaun Derry – have been called to give evidence in the FA's John Terry racism inquiry.

More than one report suggested that the Rangers players were ready to back their team-mate Anton Ferdinand's take on his altercation with the Chelsea captain during Sunday's west London derby at Loftus Road.

All three are understood to be unhappy that their names have been dragged into the saga, with Derry not on the field when the alleged incident took place.

A QPR spokesman said: "There is no truth in these stories whatsoever. None of the three players have been called to give evidence or will be called to give evidence."

Terry has said he welcomes the FA launching an inquiry as "an opportunity to clear my name". He will tell the panel that he was responding to what he assumed was an accusation of racist abuse, and was simply denying using the offensive words in the first place.

The Metropolitan Police are also assessing the case following an anonymous complaint from the member of the public

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General discussion / Re: The GAA Board Presidential Election Exit Poll
« on: October 27, 2011, 11:51:49 AM »
I'll hide the results and reveal all at 10 pm if the Board so desires!
Ah yeah, would ya? That'd be deadly.

That might be a bit of craic SS, what do others think??
I honestly couldn't think of anything better.

Had your w**k already today then hs...??

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General discussion / Re: The GAA Board Presidential Election Exit Poll
« on: October 27, 2011, 10:34:08 AM »
I'll hide the results and reveal all at 10 pm if the Board so desires!
Ah yeah, would ya? That'd be deadly.

That might be a bit of craic SS, what do others think??

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General discussion / Re: The Race for the ARAS.....
« on: October 27, 2011, 10:32:31 AM »
Rossfan, wouldn't dream about telling you how PR works ;) but...

That's the whole point: if you put M Mc G @ No. 1, and Mickey D @ No. 2, once M Mc G is eliminated Mickey D will get his vote (assuming Gallagher doesn't get in on the first count, which he won't).

But could there be the case where a candidate is deemed elected before McGuinness is eliminated?  Is it the case then that your vote is not transferred or does it not work this way??  Say, for talk's sake, that Michael D gets 47% on the first count and the transfers from Davis/Dana take him over the 50% on the third count.  Then the election is over ???

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General discussion / Re: The GAA Board Presidential Election Exit Poll
« on: October 27, 2011, 10:12:03 AM »
I've looked at this and the 'anyone can view poll' selection is ticked.

I'll move to another machine where I won't be logged in to have a look.

Yeah, I can see results now...looks like a few people not entitled to vote are voting??  Or else we're in for a shock result and I could be chewing on a hat this time tomorrow!!

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General discussion / Re: The GAA Board Presidential Election Exit Poll
« on: October 27, 2011, 10:07:53 AM »
I honestly dont know AQMP!

There is no option that I can see to allow this. Maybe someone with more experience of putting up polls can advise.

Currently the scores on the doors are:

Higgins 7
Marty 4
Gallagher 1
Rest 0

SS, you can select one of three options in setting up the poll - let everybody see results, let only participants see results or hide results until poll over. I don't know if they're still available after it's been set up.

If that's the case SS, then why not hide the results until the polls close...then you can produce your very own exit poll at 10pm to rival RTE!!

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General discussion / Re: The GAA Board Presidential Election Exit Poll
« on: October 27, 2011, 09:39:19 AM »
Excuse my ignorance SS, but can we disenfranchised citizens see the results of the poll without voting??

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General discussion / Re: The Race for the ARAS.....
« on: October 26, 2011, 07:07:25 PM »
That leaves two, the midget and the lady. The lady's letters wouldn't overly bother me and I'm glad he got back in to the race. However I'll revert back to what I said way back when, the midget called Michael Graham a w**ker so he gets my vote. Hope he pulls through as he's the least worst of all of them.

I think this is the tagline for this election and ultimately will see the little man get in.

That's about it. I don't think I''ll even put a No. 2 on the paper.

Yeah Hardy. I'll find it hard to vote for any of them being honest. The thoughts of voting someone for our Presidency because they're "least worst" is depressing but if I do vote it'll be for that reason only.

Awful candidates in a dirty campaign still have no idea who to vote the lesser evil i guess?

Ah go on...vote for Marty...you know you want to ;)

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General discussion / Re: Electrical wiring and building regulations
« on: October 26, 2011, 04:21:45 PM »
So Hardy, is your nephew fecked here?  Does he have to re-do the electrics, which would be a right royal pain in the arse?

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General discussion / Re: The Race for the ARAS.....
« on: October 26, 2011, 11:10:47 AM »
Whoever should win this election, should consider what has been lost in the process. The Irish media industry stand exposed as partisan, untruthful and incompetent. Irish society has been exposed as devoid of vision, and an inability to learn from past mistakes. Northern Nationalists have seen their aspirations trampled upon and are now totally abandoned. When your colonial masters treat you with more respect than your fellow countryman, the time has come to consider your position. Michael D has behaved with presidential decorum and dignity and will probably succeed to the presidency. Sadly he will preside over a bankrupt,fractured state, that has turned its back on its history and culture, and has no future other than a pleasant playground for rich european elites

Right. The presidential election is all about Northern Nationalists. Their rights are trampled upon because the people refuse to do Sinn Féin's bidding. Everything we do down here must be pre-approved by the few self-appointed cultural censors who not only see themselves as our betters but constantly go out of their way to proclaim it here.

I'm sorry, but I'm not accepting any lectures today from people who are capable of the simultaneous condemnation of one liar and blind idolatry of the liar who trapped him. And I'm never accepting lectures, today or any other day, from anybody who has the barefaced hubris and gall to proclaim himself and/or his community superior to me and/or mine.

I can understand (to an extent) why some Northern Nationalists are fixated with themselves and their place in the world (and Ireland) and am happy enough to co-exist with that.  I understand that they feel 'betrayed' by a bad political decision made some ninety years ago. 

What I don't 'get' is how some of them feel that this 'betrayal' ninety years ago should form the cornerstone of their relationship with the country they want to be a part of in the future; as neither they nor us have (nor should have) any real relationship with or understanding of the Ireland of 1922.  I don't see either how this fixation with the past should shape how we move into the future, together, if that is indeed how we progress.  It strikes me as trying to gain some greater-than-equal status in a larger political 'pool' than that to which they're accustomed - I'm not impressed by that.

Fixed that for you Billy

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General discussion / Re: The Race for the ARAS.....
« on: October 26, 2011, 11:07:05 AM »
I believe that media coverage of the election stops at 2pm today?  Pity, I'll miss the fun!  The board remains open though!

My guess for 1st preferences:

1.  Michael D
2.  Mr €5k
3.  Martin Boom-Boom McGuinness
4.  Monsieur Norris
5.  Gaybo
6.  All Kinds of Nothing
7.  The Other One

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General discussion / Re: The Race for the ARAS.....
« on: October 26, 2011, 10:13:04 AM »
Jaysus, you go off the board for a couple of days and the whole place goes ape shite!

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Drogba can have no complaints, a two footed off the ground tackle will get you red even if you "get some of" the ball.  With Chelsea already down to 10 men, his brains are abviously in his arse.

The Bosingwa red was touch and go.  Was it a foul?  It looked like six of one and half a dozen of the other to me.  If it was a foul was Bosingwa denying a clear goal scoring opportunity?  Obviously Foy didn't factor in that it was SWP with the ball and as Chelsea fans are all too aware it wouldn't be a clear goal scoring opportunity if he was a yard out!  I thought it was on the harsh side.

Amazingly Chelsea were the better side with 9 men.

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General discussion / Re: DYJL's first Caption Competition
« on: October 22, 2011, 05:33:38 PM »
As President McAleese's term draws to a close Martin finds another woman to hide behind.

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General discussion / Re: The Race for the ARAS.....
« on: October 21, 2011, 04:42:56 PM »
The fastest growing inflation rate in the world,
the cost of a run down house is absurd
This isn’t any age for a low income wage
Ask anyone who’s locked in a cage
A couple with kids can’t afford a place to live
Even if they have a good job
We’re bring robbed by the builders and the fat cat government
A league of greed and they don’t even need for a thing
It’s a sin
But it’s the nature of the beast
You’d better go and find a priest and confess
Because your greed is gonna leave you soulless


Before Hardy gets upset, that's written by a Jackeen, not a nordie.

Hardy is one of the good guys. 

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