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General discussion / Re: Getting the hotels booked post Brexit
« on: August 14, 2017, 01:37:27 PM »
There will also be a super tax imposed on people who try to be funny but fail miserably
It will cost you a fortune so.

GAA Discussion / Re: Tiernan MCCann
« on: August 14, 2017, 01:35:17 PM »
The christain clip shows it clear enough that McCann at least saw the collision was coming and prepared for it, also we know that true christians don't lie.

Pathetic that yous are trying to drag up old clips to try to drag Tyrone through the mud (again). Its clear as day hes trying to catch the ball on the run and his momentum carries him into an unfortunate nasty challenge. Do you think hes purposely elbowed Rodgers in the face after 3 seconds... 6 foot away from the referee? Cop on seriously. I dont think hes ever had a violent incident in his career to date. Focus on your own county's misfortunes instead of this constant "anything to get one over on Tyrone" attitude.

He has lovely hair so he does ) and used it to great effect to get a man sent off, he is softer than big Sean on a football field and that is hard to do!

Tyrone are an exceptional outfit, they are also disgusting when using the dark arts, I hope Dublin knock the fook out of them and go on the lose the final to Mayo.

Mickey Harte abuses the GAA and by his hand Tyrone have lessened the game of gaelic football with their repugnant diving/antics, threatening to take the association to court when one of them gets a red card very much deserved, and the GAA folding like tents every time they get threatened, disgusting! Up da Dubs. )
You forgot to mention McCarron and Cavlan.

General discussion / Re: Rugby World Cup 2023- Ireland
« on: August 14, 2017, 01:32:14 PM »
The women are doing well at this Rugby thing.  Another win and France next.  Let's get on the bandwagon.

I watched yesterday after the hurling. It was woeful. I thought they were decent, but yesterday was rotten stuff.
Is it rubbish in general or just this match? I may be an awful sexist pig but I find women's soccer, GAA etc. to be turgid stuff. Yes you see the odd piece of genuine skill like Aimee Mackin's goal the other day but in general I find it unwatchable. I think the standard of goalkeeping may be a reason for it as it's generally poor and makes it a lot easier to score a goal.

General discussion / Re: Holidays
« on: August 14, 2017, 01:03:05 PM »
Is Killarney still the gouging session of old, set up to prey on American tourists?

General discussion / Re: TV Show recommendations
« on: August 13, 2017, 07:38:01 PM »
New Ray Donovan on Sky Atlantic on Wednesday.

Hurling Discussion / Re: Hurling Championship 2017
« on: August 13, 2017, 06:58:13 PM »
Should be a good final and for the neutral supporter two very popular teams are going to battle it out for their first win in years. Now to get a ticket.

General discussion / Re: Jason Corbett
« on: August 12, 2017, 11:35:30 PM »
This case has passed me by. Any good sites with an in depth background?
Loads about it on

General discussion / Re: Jason Corbett
« on: August 12, 2017, 05:42:49 PM »
This case has passed me by. Any good sites with an in depth background?

Antrim / Re: Belfast GAA is dying...
« on: August 11, 2017, 11:36:55 PM »
I don't concur with the subject heading on this thread - the GAA in Belfast isn't 'dying' but we aren't in great shape. here's u16 league 'results' from Div 2 of the league since resumption last week.

Not a game played.

F u16 football 2   3 Aug 2017   Rossa           c/g   v   w/o   Gael an tSleibhe Dhuibh         
F u16 football 2   3 Aug 2017   St Johns           c/g   v   w/o   Pearses         
F u16 football 2   10 Aug 2017   St Johns           c/g   v   w/o   St Brigids B         
F u16 football 2   10 Aug 2017   Pearses           ftf   v   w/o   Gael an tSleibhe Dhuibh         
F u16 football 2   17 Aug 2017   St Brigids B   w/o   v   ftf   Pearses
Disgraceful. Can't imagine it happening in Tyrone, Derry etc.

General discussion / Re: Official Gooners Thread aka Déjà vu
« on: August 11, 2017, 09:28:17 PM »
Wenger out. Too early?

General discussion / Re: Learning to drive
« on: August 11, 2017, 02:01:10 PM »
Thanks guys!

Not really sure why I never learned, I was a townie growing up so never really entered my head. Went to college and then London where I didn't need one and when I came back in my mid 20s it was always on my to do list and as I got older and I didn't do it I think I got embarrassed about it but now I have to and must do is a great master..

Had another lesson this morning and this absolute weapon insisted on overtaking me on a small road just before a bad bend, he had been trying for several hundred yards. The instructor said I wasn't even going slow but I think he just couldn't bear to be behind a learner. It bothered the instructor more than me, I'm a mellow enough person...

No bother with cyclists yet  ;D
It happens a lot with people especially if they grew up in a town and didn't need to have a car. Just push on and get it done. Even if you fail it first time get back on the horse straight away and re-book it asap.

General discussion / Re: Silent Justice/ Internet Interceptors
« on: August 10, 2017, 11:34:25 PM »
there's no wides with a punt kick
I'd be interested in his opinion on this thread right enough
Be careful what you wish for. The last post in that thread was a call for you to be purged!

General discussion / Re: Learning to drive
« on: August 10, 2017, 01:38:32 PM »
Incredibly I've gotten myself to the age of almost 50 without learning to drive  :-[.
Circumstances have now dictated to me that I must learn so I've taken 3 lessons this week. I've been shocked at the level or aggression other drivers have shown to an obvious learner driver in a fully marked up instructors car.

Any tips for me??

Christ!! you must have lived in the city! in fairness i was nearly 30, never needed to drive or have a want for it, taking my daughter out soon and not looking forward to it at all.... Be keen to hear from the petrol heads on how they are nice to other drivers.

I'd say once you get your distances right and confidence in steering you'll be fine, I remember my test as if it was yesterday, rotten!
Whilst I wouldn't call myself a petrol head and I have no patience for inconsiderate cyclists I would have a lot of patience for L drivers as I was one myself once.

General discussion / Re: Learning to drive
« on: August 10, 2017, 01:36:45 PM »
Yoga pants. Biggest danger to male drivers.
Only on the right body.

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