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#1
Quote from: Truthsayer on Today at 05:35:38 PM
Quote from: Milltown Row2 on Today at 05:27:51 PM
Quote from: AustinPowers on Today at 05:21:07 PM
Quote from: Truthsayer on Today at 03:30:37 PMOswald done it but that narrative is too boring for many. I've a friend (an academic) obsessed with JFK has studied it top to bottom. He says no doubt was Oswald.
Conspiracy theory I'd go with, was the passengers overcame the hijackers on 9/11 on Flight 93 heading for the White House. Was a movie made about it. I believe US Air Force got their jets up and took it down. Apparently was debris for a few miles... the passengers were then heroes and America did kill their own people (albeit to save other people).

The air force were  hundreds of miles away taking part in  "drills" . They were  apparently practising  for an event similar to what was  actually happening in  NY at the very same time.  That's why the two planes weren't shot down  before  they hit the towers .

Make of that what  you will.

So bringing the towers down was to start a war in another country, so we'll kill nearly 3,000 souls, bring down the most iconic buildings in the world to get approval from the citizens. Hmmmm seems plausible  ;D 

 👀 Don't think either of us said that!

I'll rephrase it. Do you think the American Gov or bodies within it, carried out the attack in NY ? Btw, its a yes or no answer ;)
#2
Quote from: AustinPowers on Today at 05:21:07 PM
Quote from: Truthsayer on Today at 03:30:37 PMOswald done it but that narrative is too boring for many. I've a friend (an academic) obsessed with JFK has studied it top to bottom. He says no doubt was Oswald.
Conspiracy theory I'd go with, was the passengers overcame the hijackers on 9/11 on Flight 93 heading for the White House. Was a movie made about it. I believe US Air Force got their jets up and took it down. Apparently was debris for a few miles... the passengers were then heroes and America did kill their own people (albeit to save other people).

The air force were  hundreds of miles away taking part in  "drills" . They were  apparently practising  for an event similar to what was  actually happening in  NY at the very same time.  That's why the two planes weren't shot down  before  they hit the towers .

Make of that what  you will.

So bringing the towers down was to start a war in another country, so we'll kill nearly 3,000 souls, bring down the most iconic buildings in the world to get approval from the citizens. Hmmmm seems plausible  ;D 
#3
Ya have to foul someone before giving them a free ;)

But in all seriousness the half back from both teams won most balls in the first half, not sure why this was a tactic used as there was little reward for it (even though they scored 30 points lol)

There was a few times were lads didn't react quick enough when balls either broke or played out to space.

In the end Clare shaded it, but only just, If Cork played Clare next week I'd expect a different approach from them tactic wise, for me that's what let Cork down 
#4
Quote from: gerrykeegan on Today at 12:50:16 PM
Quote from: Milltown Row2 on Today at 11:55:31 AM
Quote from: Jeepers Creepers on Today at 11:54:48 AM4 episodes into 'Eric' on Netflix starring Benedict Cumnerbatch which has been a decent find.

Its good, really enjoyed it
Think it got a bit mad at times. It was decent enough but wouldn't be high on my recommendations list.

Quirky but yeah there are better shows lol! Original enough though
#5
Darren Gleeson has stepped down in Antrim, a very passionate man for hurling and I wish him well going forward
#6
Quote from: Jeepers Creepers on Today at 11:54:48 AM4 episodes into 'Eric' on Netflix starring Benedict Cumnerbatch which has been a decent find.

Its good, really enjoyed it
#7
General discussion / Re: Cycling
Today at 09:52:19 AM
Not exactly the TDF but was walking the dogs along the tow path where I live, its a shared tow path for walkers runners dog walkers and cyclists, has a beach along side it and fairly busy at the weekends and after work, but some of the cyclists think they should be hammering along the path at speeds that would hurt themselves or anyone they hit, be it a child a dog an adult!

This one fat turd of a cyclists was complaining yesterday that the dogs have to be on leads, not true, if he'd care to read the rules of the place on the many signs about, I mentioned that his expensive bike didn't have a bell to warn people that he is coming of behind people at which point as he rode off giving me the w**ker hand signal ;D

This coming from a man that squeezed his large fat belly into spandex Lycra that you'd be embarrassed to be seen in.

Rant over about cyclists, this coming from a retired cyclist
#8
General discussion / Re: America - Tipping
Today at 09:25:48 AM
Most teachers I know never tip, and those that would (rarely) would be well below the 10% standard

Was first over in the States around 93 and my cousin who lives there warned me jut to tip and fix it into your budget, think they are looking too much at 20% to be fair though.

I'd be more concerned about getting your card skimmed, only times I've ever had bank fraud was after trips to the states   
#9
Quote from: nrico2006 on Today at 02:32:00 AMI don't necessarily believe in tye Sandy Hook conspiracy but some strange claims made about it.

Can you list them?
#10
In work, feeling very depressed after sitting in Croker watching that yesterday.. What a spectacle it was nearly a score a minute 30 points each at normal time, no hanging about and both teams had plenty opportunities to win and lose the game.

I had the reason given to me about the black card penalty call that wasn't given and it made sense at the time, but the Guinness take has stopped me from remembering it.

The miss at the end of normal time, he was fouled no doubt leading up to it and an easy shirt tog would have been a easy one to give, but the player should have taken an extra step or two to steady up and pop that over as the ref at that stage would not have blown for over carrying.

Disappointed for Cork as they had done all the hard work in beating Limerick and making the championship exciting this year, from being a puck of the ball out of the Munster championship to being favourites for the title..

The football will certainly be a tense affair but would have to reach some heights to get anywhere near as the quality that went on yesterday in HQ

Tried to watch the highlights last night when I got back, but couldn't keep the eyes open
#11
General discussion / Re: The far right
July 21, 2024, 08:07:22 AM
Quote from: whitey on July 21, 2024, 01:18:48 AM
Quote from: Milltown Row2 on July 21, 2024, 12:21:17 AM
Quote from: whitey on July 21, 2024, 12:16:03 AMAbsolutely people have a right to better themselves, but that doesn't give them the right to move wherever they want, whenever they want and expect the local taxpayer to pick up the tab

Interesting how this conversation has evolved from talking about people fleeing persecution to people having a right to better themselves economically



Whether they are fleeing persecution or want to better themselves it's ok.

The government needs to address how they go about that, persecuting them when they arrive isn't a good solution. You're an animal if you think it's ok.

If the government are not going about it based on the current laws that needs addressing, but beating people up is wrong.

Beat up the politicians might work quicker (I'm joking ;)  )
Mits actuall
Quote from: Milltown Row2 on July 21, 2024, 12:21:17 AM
Quote from: whitey on July 21, 2024, 12:16:03 AMAbsolutely people have a right to better themselves, but that doesn't give them the right to move wherever they want, whenever they want and expect the local taxpayer to pick up the tab

Interesting how this conversation has evolved from talking about people fleeing persecution to people having a right to better themselves economically



Whether they are fleeing persecution or want to better themselves it's ok.

The government needs to address how they go about that, persecuting them when they arrive isn't a good solution. You're an animal if you think it's ok.

If the government are not going about it based on the current laws that needs addressing, but beating people up is wrong.

Beat up the politicians might work quicker (I'm joking ;)  )

Who's advocating beating anyone up

So you're in favor of open borders-fair enough

Thanks

You are holding on to that quote like it means something.
#12
Quote from: trileacman on July 21, 2024, 12:41:26 AM
Quote from: Milltown Row2 on July 21, 2024, 12:28:59 AM
Quote from: trileacman on July 21, 2024, 12:24:58 AM
Quote from: RedHand88 on July 20, 2024, 11:40:23 PM
Quote from: trileacman on July 20, 2024, 05:24:59 PM
Quote from: nrico2006 on July 20, 2024, 02:02:01 PMNo moon landing in 69 for definite.

Agreed. 70 years before the moon landings humans hadn't even been to the South Pole. Yet 70 years of technological advancements after the moon landing and humans can't even launch a rocket without it bursting into flames.

Eh? Rockets are launched day in day out without any problems. We have put 10,000 satellites into orbit.

Ah I was being sarcastic about the rocket launch. Space x went through a phase there where they seemed to crash one every 6 months.

Not saying I dont think the moon landings happen I just find it a very odd that something that was successfully completed in 1969 has never been even attempted since. Today's pocket calculator has more computing power than the Saturn 7 rocket. Surely to f**k some country or billionaire somewhere has thought I'll give a trip to the moon a go.

I could give you 260 billion reasons why, plus there was fuvk all on the place, and they did do it 5 times after the one in 69?

260 billion got them 32 Apollo flights. Surely 10 billion would get you to the moon.



Surely? That's your answer?

The space program lost loads of interest at the time, the viewing figures went down, Vietnam was still happening the cost of the program didn't have any outcomes of any note.

If they went there they did it to prove a point, there's only so much money you can throw at something before it becomes unviable
#13
Quote from: From the Bunker on July 21, 2024, 12:28:33 AM
Quote from: Milltown Row2 on July 21, 2024, 12:25:31 AMWatched that, and during it I didn't hear them saying they didn't land on the moon!



Did you read the Article about the Fake Moon Rock given to the Dutch?


No, but I'm sure there are millions of fake rocks that were given to people.

But going back to you video. In it I didn't hear them saying they didn't go.

If you are questioning it, it's up to you to provide clear evidence they didn't
#14
Quote from: trileacman on July 21, 2024, 12:24:58 AM
Quote from: RedHand88 on July 20, 2024, 11:40:23 PM
Quote from: trileacman on July 20, 2024, 05:24:59 PM
Quote from: nrico2006 on July 20, 2024, 02:02:01 PMNo moon landing in 69 for definite.

Agreed. 70 years before the moon landings humans hadn't even been to the South Pole. Yet 70 years of technological advancements after the moon landing and humans can't even launch a rocket without it bursting into flames.

Eh? Rockets are launched day in day out without any problems. We have put 10,000 satellites into orbit.

Ah I was being sarcastic about the rocket launch. Space x went through a phase there where they seemed to crash one every 6 months.

Not saying I dont think the moon landings happen I just find it a very odd that something that was successfully completed in 1969 has never been even attempted since. Today's pocket calculator has more computing power than the Saturn 7 rocket. Surely to f**k some country or billionaire somewhere has thought I'll give a trip to the moon a go.

I could give you 260 billion reasons why, plus there was fuvk all on the place, and they did do it 5 times after the one in 69?
#15
Watched that, and during it I didn't hear them saying they didn't land on the moon!