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GAA Discussion / Re: Where now for Tyrone?
« on: August 28, 2017, 07:49:54 AM »
Cavanagh shouldn't be anywhere near an all star after that violence on the pitch yesterday.

GAA Discussion / Re: Tyrone v Dublin - The return of the Jedi
« on: August 27, 2017, 05:15:57 PM »
Brolly is right. This performance has showed up Harte's limitations as a coach

GAA Discussion / Re: Tyrone v Dublin - The return of the Jedi
« on: August 27, 2017, 04:50:50 PM »
Tyrone facing the big dilemma of modern shite football. What happens when your only plan is dismantled?? Tyrone players brainwashed by coaching. Can't think on their feet.

GAA Discussion / Re: Tyrone v Dublin - The return of the Jedi
« on: August 27, 2017, 04:44:59 PM »
Tyrone embarrassed here. The Dubs could win this by 15 if they wanted.

Disgraceful stuff from Kerry. Make Tyrone look like altar boys

Donaghy a 100% p***k

Pure puke from Kerry

Mayo now constantly fouling. Kerry have been pure dung but are still in this

A cyclist who knocked over and killed a 44 year-old woman in east London last year has been cleared of her manslaughter.

This was an interesting case that has attracted a lot of media coverage i suppose cos it's rare for something this to happen.  Sounds to me like tthe verdict was probably right.  I do a bit of cycling now and again and this time I agree with the husband of the victim.  Though he was acquitted of manslaughter the cyclist was convicted under some law that dates from 1861 and was meant to cover the driving of horse and carts.  The law needs updated and I think cyclists should be brought under the modern laws that cover cars etc where that is relevant.

This guy came across as a bit of a dick and though that's not against the law, riding this type of track bike on the road is, and he was in the wrong even if he hadn't hit anyone, that's why theyre called track bikes.  The prosecution accepted taht the victim has stepped out into the road in front of the cyclist about 6m away and then stepped back into his path as they tried to avoid one another but argued that if the bike had front brakes he would have been able to stop and the court accepted this.  But it looked like he's going to get a spell at her maj's pleasure.

A rare enough case but to cyclists - track bikes belong on the track, they're built for speed, don't ride them on the road especially in a city.

GAA Discussion / Re: David Clifford
« on: August 25, 2017, 02:44:39 PM »
I mind Raymie Gallagher playing in the minor and senior game for Fermanagh  - was it agin Armagh? - on the same day, mid 90's maybe.

General discussion / Re: Quinn Insurance in Administration
« on: August 18, 2017, 11:51:49 AM »
He's back

The betting industry is highly regulated.  A chancer like Quinn wont like that.

General discussion / Re: Silent Justice/ Internet Interceptors
« on: August 11, 2017, 10:25:05 AM »
Why don't a crowd of us get together, arrive at punt kick's door with evidence of him being a complete idiot with several chips on his shoulder (I cite 188 examples on this forum alone) read them back to his parents/siblings (I'd bet my house on the fact he doesn't have a partner), film it and stick it up on FB and all have a good laugh.

General discussion / Re: Learning to drive
« on: August 10, 2017, 04:25:31 PM »
Contrary to what some of the grumpy, self entitled pricks on the board would have you think, there aren't tens of thousands of cyclists on the roads every day.  Watch out for the hundreds of joggers who push people in front of cars.  It happens all the time.

GAA Discussion / Re: Tyrone v Dublin - The end of an era
« on: August 07, 2017, 12:22:13 PM »
Dubs will win easy.  Who will the Tyrone fans fight on the way home?

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