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General discussion / Re: 💩 DUP C*ntwatch - somewhat back on-topic!
« on: January 06, 2022, 03:11:58 PM »
I've said it here before and I'll say it again. For a large swathe of Unionism, they cannot stand that Catholics have equal opportunities. This irks the f**k out of them. They want the so-called glory days when they thought they were superior and your average Catholic knew their place. They are not interested in anything else. It is as pure and simple as that.

+1

here here

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General discussion / Re: Death Notices
« on: January 06, 2022, 12:25:12 PM »
A personal one this time... my niece who was born prematurely died aged 20 days 4 weeks ago tomorrow. She fought until the end but it wasn't enough.

Luckily for her parents and us all, she has a twin sister who is doing well, still in hospital though.

She'll still be missed by all.

Sorry to hear this, condolences to you and your family

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General discussion / Re: China Coronavirus
« on: January 06, 2022, 12:16:30 PM »
Tested positive this morning, the 2 girls tested positive yesterday, couldn't have come at a worse time. I have 3 semester exams in the next week, eldest has A-Levels starting on Tuesday.
Only good thing is herself tested negative so we're all getting looked after

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GAA Discussion / Re: 2022 Fixtures - anyone?
« on: December 21, 2021, 01:15:32 PM »
Here we go, finally.....

https://www.gaa.ie/news/gaa-publish-master-fixtures-schedule-for-2022/

that's the general dates, but no actual fixtures, who is playing who and where, hopefully that will be out soon

apologies, just saw them

The national league fixtures are there, which is a start, couple of games away to Tipp and Kilkenny for me to take in

Its an age thing  ;)

You're no spring chicken yourself

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GAA Discussion / Re: 2022 Fixtures - anyone?
« on: December 21, 2021, 01:01:45 PM »
Here we go, finally.....

https://www.gaa.ie/news/gaa-publish-master-fixtures-schedule-for-2022/

that's the general dates, but no actual fixtures, who is playing who and where, hopefully that will be out soon

apologies, just saw them

The national league fixtures are there, which is a start, couple of games away to Tipp and Kilkenny for me to take in

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GAA Discussion / Re: 2022 Fixtures - anyone?
« on: December 21, 2021, 12:47:05 PM »
Here we go, finally.....

https://www.gaa.ie/news/gaa-publish-master-fixtures-schedule-for-2022/

that's the general dates, but no actual fixtures, who is playing who and where, hopefully that will be out soon

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General discussion / Re: Quinn Insurance in Administration
« on: December 20, 2021, 01:42:15 PM »
30, 25 and 15 year sentences for the 3 scumbags.
What is the story with one of them not being able to named ?

Was thinking that myself, was he an informer? Then why is his sentence more severe, don't get it personally

He has a another court case pending.

Ah I see, thanks for the info

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General discussion / Re: Quinn Insurance in Administration
« on: December 20, 2021, 01:37:30 PM »
30, 25 and 15 year sentences for the 3 scumbags.
What is the story with one of them not being able to named ?

Was thinking that myself, was he an informer? Then why is his sentence more severe, don't get it personally

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GAA Discussion / Re: Retirements
« on: December 19, 2021, 05:35:32 PM »
The O Connors are dirty but theyíre not scumbags

I donít ever recall them biting or eye gouging opponents-thatís my definition on a sc**bag

You probably have a different definition and if you do, youíre perfectly entitled to it

Like I said, there is lots we will not agree on

Have a good Christmas

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GAA Discussion / Re: Retirements
« on: December 19, 2021, 05:18:01 PM »
Removed a few posts that were uncomplimentary at least.

Let's keep it somewhat decent.

Yes, in hindsight - remembering Philly's on field record of gouging players was poor form and I apologise for this. Lets just remember the good times.

The same Philly McMahon who was manly enough NOT to divulge the name of the scum b"stard who sledged him about his dead brother. Which one of the two were in the right then?
The man has done so much not only for Ballymun and Dublin, but for everyone on this island with drink, drug and mental problems. He willingly travels the length and breadth of the country, visits clubs etc. He's certainly no angel no the pitch, he did what it took to win, but there's more to Philly McMahon than what you see

So you think intentionally injuring/maiming an opponent  in order to win a football game is laudable?

Definitely not, read what I said..." He's certainly no angel on the pitch", and I will never condone any player deliberately hurting another player, eg Cillian O'Connor, Ricey et al, but ffs give the guy some credit for what he's done for young ones everywhere

Heís a fantastic footballer

Heís a fantastic community worker

And as a footballer he is without doubt the biggest tr**p of the last 10 years

Looks like we are never going to agree on every facet of Philly McMahon

"One man's rubbish in another man's treasure"

One thing we can agree on though is that every victorious team needs, or has had, the enforcer type on their team. Ricey, Crowley, McGeeney etc. I would suggest the the O'Connors would be in the tr**p mode as well but, then again, I did say " victorious team".

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GAA Discussion / Re: Retirements
« on: December 19, 2021, 04:37:55 PM »
Removed a few posts that were uncomplimentary at least.

Let's keep it somewhat decent.

Yes, in hindsight - remembering Philly's on field record of gouging players was poor form and I apologise for this. Lets just remember the good times.

The same Philly McMahon who was manly enough NOT to divulge the name of the scum b"stard who sledged him about his dead brother. Which one of the two were in the right then?
The man has done so much not only for Ballymun and Dublin, but for everyone on this island with drink, drug and mental problems. He willingly travels the length and breadth of the country, visits clubs etc. He's certainly no angel no the pitch, he did what it took to win, but there's more to Philly McMahon than what you see

So you think intentionally injuring/maiming an opponent  in order to win a football game is laudable?

Definitely not, read what I said..." He's certainly no angel on the pitch", and I will never condone any player deliberately hurting another player, eg Cillian O'Connor, Ricey et al, but ffs give the guy some credit for what he's done for young ones everywhere

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GAA Discussion / Re: Retirements
« on: December 19, 2021, 04:16:46 PM »
Removed a few posts that were uncomplimentary at least.

Let's keep it somewhat decent.

Yes, in hindsight - remembering Philly's on field record of gouging players was poor form and I apologise for this. Lets just remember the good times.

The same Philly McMahon who was manly enough NOT to divulge the name of the scum b"stard who sledged him about his dead brother. Which one of the two were in the right then?
The man has done so much not only for Ballymun and Dublin, but for everyone on this island with drink, drug and mental problems. He willingly travels the length and breadth of the country, visits clubs etc. He's certainly no angel no the pitch, he did what it took to win, but there's more to Philly McMahon than what you see

Ignore Bunker. That poster is WUM

oh there you go then ,I'm a WUM??

please explain how anything I said wasn't right.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Retirements
« on: December 19, 2021, 03:00:05 PM »
Removed a few posts that were uncomplimentary at least.

Let's keep it somewhat decent.

Yes, in hindsight - remembering Philly's on field record of gouging players was poor form and I apologise for this. Lets just remember the good times.

The same Philly McMahon who was manly enough NOT to divulge the name of the scum b"stard who sledged him about his dead brother. Which one of the two were in the right then?
The man has done so much not only for Ballymun and Dublin, but for everyone on this island with drink, drug and mental problems. He willingly travels the length and breadth of the country, visits clubs etc. He's certainly no angel no the pitch, he did what it took to win, but there's more to Philly McMahon than what you see

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Antrim / Re: Antrim, the way forward
« on: December 16, 2021, 08:53:46 AM »
No ards clubs allowed it says in the fine print  ;D

Wouldn't surprise me and TBH I'd agree with that, we're a pain in the arse..  ;D

Now that I would agree with

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GAA Discussion / Re: 2022 Fixtures - anyone?
« on: December 14, 2021, 12:23:24 PM »
Any white smoke yet?

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