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seafoid

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Re: Brexit.
« Reply #2880 on: July 15, 2017, 01:01:05 PM »
Jesus you lot are a sensitive bunch.... Years of poverty will do that I suppose

seems you have more in common with Jim Alister than anyone else on here

Unionist......check
Brexiteer......check
Spends time sneering at the ROI rather than engage in serious economic debate.......check

Unionist? Irish passport ......check
Brexiteer....... voted remain....check
Spends time listening to southerns moan about brexit and how better off the south is compared to everywhere else? ..... check
Engage in discussion on something that hasn't happened yet or no example of how it will pan out.... guilty

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« Reply #2881 on: July 15, 2017, 04:31:41 PM »
Jesus you lot are a sensitive bunch.... Years of poverty will do that I suppose

seems you have more in common with Jim Alister than anyone else on here

Unionist......check
Brexiteer......check
Spends time sneering at the ROI rather than engage in serious economic debate.......check

Unionist? Irish passport ......check
Brexiteer....... voted remain....check
Spends time listening to southerns moan about brexit and how better off the south is compared to everywhere else? ..... check
Engage in discussion on something that hasn't happened yet or no example of how it will pan out.... guilty


Ian Og has an Irish passport,it doesn't make him Irish,just a flag of convenience in case he might have to queue at passport control

from your own mouth

"You are getting me confused with someone who wants to be part of country with economic failings." Jim Alister wouldn't have said it any better

There are no shortage of Business people in NI worried about the implications of Brexit,considering a third of NI's export go south but then again that's probably moaning to you as well.

Bottom line your livelihood wont be affected as a teacher,but if you owned a business or employed anyone,it damn well would,because if its one thing Business hates its uncertainty.

You need to broaden your economic metrics beyond the price to you of a bottle of faustino and flights to florida.


« Last Edit: July 15, 2017, 04:33:37 PM by clonadmad »

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Re: Brexit.
« Reply #2882 on: July 15, 2017, 06:25:47 PM »
Jesus you lot are a sensitive bunch.... Years of poverty will do that I suppose

seems you have more in common with Jim Alister than anyone else on here

Unionist......check
Brexiteer......check
Spends time sneering at the ROI rather than engage in serious economic debate.......check

Unionist? Irish passport ......check
Brexiteer....... voted remain....check
Spends time listening to southerns moan about brexit and how better off the south is compared to everywhere else? ..... check
Engage in discussion on something that hasn't happened yet or no example of how it will pan out.... guilty


Ian Og has an Irish passport,it doesn't make him Irish,just a flag of convenience in case he might have to queue at passport control

from your own mouth

"You are getting me confused with someone who wants to be part of country with economic failings." Jim Alister wouldn't have said it any better

There are no shortage of Business people in NI worried about the implications of Brexit,considering a third of NI's export go south but then again that's probably moaning to you as well.

Bottom line your livelihood wont be affected as a teacher,but if you owned a business or employed anyone,it damn well would,because if its one thing Business hates its uncertainty.

You need to broaden your economic metrics beyond the price to you of a bottle of faustino and flights to florida.

Not a teacher, you'd need to broaden your trolling.. private sector all my life... brexit will affect me my work and life I'm sure but I'll like most just deal with it when/if it happens...

I'm as much an Irish man than you
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« Reply #2883 on: July 15, 2017, 07:22:21 PM »
Don't worry about it - Milltown said it'll be grand

Where did I say it will be grand? I've always said wait and see, not in control of it but the amount of experts on here is embarrassing...

Flight to Orlando yesterday from Belfast was full, apparently they have tripled their flights next year from Belfast due to the high demand...

You do know Brexit hasn't happened yet?
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« Reply #2884 on: July 15, 2017, 10:51:49 PM »
Don't worry about it - Milltown said it'll be grand

Where did I say it will be grand? I've always said wait and see, not in control of it but the amount of experts on here is embarrassing...

Flight to Orlando yesterday from Belfast was full, apparently they have tripled their flights next year from Belfast due to the high demand...

You do know Brexit hasn't happened yet?

Yep, but they have tripled their flights for next year! So is it happening next year?
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« Reply #2885 on: July 15, 2017, 10:55:13 PM »
Yep, but they have tripled their flights for next year! So is it happening next year?

That's an informed comment.
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« Reply #2886 on: July 16, 2017, 12:12:09 AM »

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/jul/15/brexit-disaster-theresa-may-gus-o-donnell-civil-service

 Nigel Sheinwald, Britain’s former ambassador to the EU,
 told the Observer that there was now a “one-in-three” chance of Brexit talks collapsing unless the UK drastically reset its plans. He warned that the government still appeared to be “defending a set of propositions that feel tired and totally unrealistic and removed from the realities of these negotiations”. He said a serious offer on future payments was needed, as well as support for a “very substantial transition period” that was similar to Britain’s current EU links.
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« Reply #2887 on: July 16, 2017, 06:20:53 PM »
Jesus you lot are a sensitive bunch.... Years of poverty will do that I suppose

seems you have more in common with Jim Alister than anyone else on here

Unionist......check
Brexiteer......check
Spends time sneering at the ROI rather than engage in serious economic debate.......check

Unionist? Irish passport ......check
Brexiteer....... voted remain....check
Spends time listening to southerns moan about brexit and how better off the south is compared to everywhere else? ..... check
Engage in discussion on something that hasn't happened yet or no example of how it will pan out.... guilty


Ian Og has an Irish passport,it doesn't make him Irish,just a flag of convenience in case he might have to queue at passport control

from your own mouth

"You are getting me confused with someone who wants to be part of country with economic failings." Jim Alister wouldn't have said it any better

There are no shortage of Business people in NI worried about the implications of Brexit,considering a third of NI's export go south but then again that's probably moaning to you as well.

Bottom line your livelihood wont be affected as a teacher,but if you owned a business or employed anyone,it damn well would,because if its one thing Business hates its uncertainty.

You need to broaden your economic metrics beyond the price to you of a bottle of faustino and flights to florida.

Not a teacher, you'd need to broaden your trolling.. private sector all my life... brexit will affect me my work and life I'm sure but I'll like most just deal with it when/if it happens...

I'm as much an Irish man than you


"Its madness to be fair, but having worked on the Shankill for a right few years and teaching that age group, thats all they live for!! the bands the bony, the 12th, Rangers and Wet Wet Wet !! They generally cop on and most move away from it altogether but its a way of life unfortuately..."

A small i Irish Unionist more like,so your not as Irish as me or for that matter anyone else on here either

Have a read of this and see if this doesn't bother anyone who exports goods in and out of the Uk,but then again you'd probably discount these reputable sources as ill informed scare mongering also


http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/brexit-national-audit-office-amyas-morse-customs-check-computer-it-system-a7837811.html?amp
« Last Edit: July 16, 2017, 06:25:13 PM by clonadmad »

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« Reply #2888 on: July 16, 2017, 08:51:33 PM »
Jesus you lot are a sensitive bunch.... Years of poverty will do that I suppose

seems you have more in common with Jim Alister than anyone else on here

Unionist......check
Brexiteer......check
Spends time sneering at the ROI rather than engage in serious economic debate.......check

Unionist? Irish passport ......check
Brexiteer....... voted remain....check
Spends time listening to southerns moan about brexit and how better off the south is compared to everywhere else? ..... check
Engage in discussion on something that hasn't happened yet or no example of how it will pan out.... guilty


Ian Og has an Irish passport,it doesn't make him Irish,just a flag of convenience in case he might have to queue at passport control

from your own mouth

"You are getting me confused with someone who wants to be part of country with economic failings." Jim Alister wouldn't have said it any better

There are no shortage of Business people in NI worried about the implications of Brexit,considering a third of NI's export go south but then again that's probably moaning to you as well.

Bottom line your livelihood wont be affected as a teacher,but if you owned a business or employed anyone,it damn well would,because if its one thing Business hates its uncertainty.

You need to broaden your economic metrics beyond the price to you of a bottle of faustino and flights to florida.

Not a teacher, you'd need to broaden your trolling.. private sector all my life... brexit will affect me my work and life I'm sure but I'll like most just deal with it when/if it happens...

I'm as much an Irish man than you


"Its madness to be fair, but having worked on the Shankill for a right few years and teaching that age group, thats all they live for!! the bands the bony, the 12th, Rangers and Wet Wet Wet !! They generally cop on and most move away from it altogether but its a way of life unfortuately..."

A small i Irish Unionist more like,so your not as Irish as me or for that matter anyone else on here either

Have a read of this and see if this doesn't bother anyone who exports goods in and out of the Uk,but then again you'd probably discount these reputable sources as ill informed scare mongering also


http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/brexit-national-audit-office-amyas-morse-customs-check-computer-it-system-a7837811.html?amp

Taught totally in the private sector troll, as for the small i in Irish then you truly have very limited knowledge or more ignorance of the pesky northerns..

As for brexit I'm sure the North can use the tactics the South used when they were nearly bankrupt to get to were they are today... now if you want any more info about me just ask, you're wasting your time quoting my posts
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« Reply #2889 on: July 16, 2017, 08:57:00 PM »
Jesus you lot are a sensitive bunch.... Years of poverty will do that I suppose

seems you have more in common with Jim Alister than anyone else on here

Unionist......check
Brexiteer......check
Spends time sneering at the ROI rather than engage in serious economic debate.......check

Unionist? Irish passport ......check
Brexiteer....... voted remain....check
Spends time listening to southerns moan about brexit and how better off the south is compared to everywhere else? ..... check
Engage in discussion on something that hasn't happened yet or no example of how it will pan out.... guilty


Ian Og has an Irish passport,it doesn't make him Irish,just a flag of convenience in case he might have to queue at passport control

from your own mouth

"You are getting me confused with someone who wants to be part of country with economic failings." Jim Alister wouldn't have said it any better

There are no shortage of Business people in NI worried about the implications of Brexit,considering a third of NI's export go south but then again that's probably moaning to you as well.

Bottom line your livelihood wont be affected as a teacher,but if you owned a business or employed anyone,it damn well would,because if its one thing Business hates its uncertainty.

You need to broaden your economic metrics beyond the price to you of a bottle of faustino and flights to florida.

Not a teacher, you'd need to broaden your trolling.. private sector all my life... brexit will affect me my work and life I'm sure but I'll like most just deal with it when/if it happens...

I'm as much an Irish man than you


"Its madness to be fair, but having worked on the Shankill for a right few years and teaching that age group, thats all they live for!! the bands the bony, the 12th, Rangers and Wet Wet Wet !! They generally cop on and most move away from it altogether but its a way of life unfortuately..."

A small i Irish Unionist more like,so your not as Irish as me or for that matter anyone else on here either

Have a read of this and see if this doesn't bother anyone who exports goods in and out of the Uk,but then again you'd probably discount these reputable sources as ill informed scare mongering also


http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/brexit-national-audit-office-amyas-morse-customs-check-computer-it-system-a7837811.html?amp

Taught totally in the private sector troll, as for the small i in Irish then you truly have very limited knowledge or more ignorance of the pesky northerns..

As for brexit I'm sure the North can use the tactics the South used when they were nearly bankrupt to get to were they are today... now if you want any more info about me just ask, you're wasting your time quoting my posts

Says a lot about how "Irish" some people are when they don't consider Belfast to be as much a part of Ireland as anywhere else ::).

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« Reply #2890 on: July 16, 2017, 09:19:31 PM »
Milltown Row is as Irish as any of us, including Ruth Dudley Edwards.
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« Reply #2891 on: July 16, 2017, 09:26:23 PM »
Milltown Row is as Irish as any of us, including Ruth Dudley Edwards.

And you're as Irish as Ian og
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« Reply #2892 on: July 16, 2017, 09:30:21 PM »
Milltown Row is as Irish as any of us, including Ruth Dudley Edwards.

Milltown Row is as Irish as any of us, including Ruth Dudley Edwards.

And you're as Irish as Ian og

Calm down! Both of you are at least as Irish as Tony Cascarino.

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« Reply #2893 on: July 17, 2017, 02:18:55 PM »


   https://www.ft.com/content/a11de5ea-6ae5-11e7-b9c7-15af748b60d0

   Mr Davis headed back to London as tensions mount within the government over Brexit, pitting chancellor Philip Hammond against hardline Brexiters. The upheaval has even sparked concerns in Brussels. “It’s a mess. Nobody would want to see them like this,” said one European diplomat handling Brexit.
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« Reply #2894 on: July 17, 2017, 02:28:09 PM »
Brexit is like a modern day fight on the GAA firld, handbags for a while, loads off goading and pushing and in the end both shake hands and feck all happens.  Britain will be in the EU in 2029 never mind 2019.