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General discussion / Re: The IRISH RUGBY thread
« on: August 18, 2018, 05:00:10 PM »
Thinking of coming from states for all black game in November tickets are sold out on Ticketmaster any other outlets or places to look

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Lots of teams just seem to fade away and look like they are not even trying in the second half of matches against Dublin , I’m sure they are trying but they are either out on their feet out of ideas or the dubs slip through the gears and nonchalantly just put them away , very impressive.

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General discussion / Re: The IRISH RUGBY thread
« on: July 19, 2018, 07:15:39 PM »
Paul o Connells last involvement in a rugby game was being cleaned out of a ruck against France in 2015 wc


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General discussion / Re: The Official World Cup 2018 Thread
« on: July 11, 2018, 05:44:48 PM »
Sterling will be vital for England if he plays well or scores they should win
Can see the Croats diving in at him so maybe penalty or free kick opportunities also direct running at speed should create some chances for Kane and co trailing the play .

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General discussion / Re: The Official World Cup 2018 Thread
« on: July 07, 2018, 03:33:26 PM »
Two poor teams but Sweden are woeful
both teams look bad alright keeper and guy on post left it for each other there for goal

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Not sure if Monaghan play a sweeper but If they do I’d like to see Darren strong push right up on him don’t think the corner suits him at all , would also be athletic enough to help chase runners from back from Monaghan

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Hard to disagree with that team Tony, I think it would be perfect..
monaghan corner backs and Wylie would be up and down the field all day I think with those 2 inside , also Donie has a good height advantage on Wylie which could be exploited by the occasional high ball in . Laois have to score about 1-16 to win and allow no more than 1 goal .
think it could be a close one .

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GAA Discussion / Re: Fawning over Mayo
« on: July 04, 2018, 04:32:22 AM »
Think the mayo team that lost in 2012/13 were not nearly as good as the 2016/17 version, the latter team were a lot more streetwise and had better forwards , think the 16/17 team would have won the 2 earlier all Ireland’s .

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GAA Discussion / Re: Cavan v Tyrone
« on: June 30, 2018, 02:12:21 AM »
Tyrone by 6/7

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: June 27, 2018, 10:37:24 PM »
Quote
Harley Davidson CEO Matthew S Levatich says:

 "Our decision to move some of our operations is 100% based on President Trumps tariffs. Mr. Trump knows nothing about economics and even less about trade. The man is a moron."
no one is buying there motorcycles there profit and sales are way down the last couple of years but blame trump instead of fixing the company which has been faltering for a few years.
Médian wages allowing for inflation are at 1975 levels. People do not have money. Why do you think so many voted for Trump? And he is f**king them over
and this only started happening since trump became president? According to CNBC wages went up 2.7% in 2017 most since the Great Depression
Most since the Great Depression.? For f**k's sake.
Wages went up by over 5% a year in the 50s
Trump said the tax cuts would generate growth of 3 to 4% per year.
Now the OBR estimates max 1.9%.
Why? Because all the money goes to the rich who are riding everyone else.
the last collapse or depression

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: June 27, 2018, 09:53:16 PM »
Quote
Harley Davidson CEO Matthew S Levatich says:

 "Our decision to move some of our operations is 100% based on President Trumps tariffs. Mr. Trump knows nothing about economics and even less about trade. The man is a moron."
no one is buying there motorcycles there profit and sales are way down the last couple of years but blame trump instead of fixing the company which has been faltering for a few years.
Médian wages allowing for inflation are at 1975 levels. People do not have money. Why do you think so many voted for Trump? And he is f**king them over
and this only started happening since trump became president? According to CNBC wages went up 2.7% in 2017 most since the Great Depression

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: June 27, 2018, 08:31:58 PM »
Quote
Harley Davidson CEO Matthew S Levatich says:

 "Our decision to move some of our operations is 100% based on President Trumps tariffs. Mr. Trump knows nothing about economics and even less about trade. The man is a moron."
no one is buying there motorcycles there profit and sales are way down the last couple of years but blame trump instead of fixing the company which has been faltering for a few years.

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: June 27, 2018, 06:34:43 PM »
So called "Muslim" Travel Ban upheld by Supreme Court

Meltdown occurs in 3....2.....1...

What do you mean “so-called”?

That’s exactly what it was. Giuliani is on record saying that finding a “legal” way to ban Muslims was his remit.

He’s had to modify it and the conservative Supreme Court says the current version is within his gift as President, but that in itself doesn’t make the whole issue morally right.

If it is a "Muslim ban"  it is a pretty ineffective one, considering it doesn't apply to 88% of the worlds Muslim, but believe what you want

It was as much as he thought he could get away with.

YOU believe what YOU want, but both Giuliani and Trump are on the record.
iran Syria chad Iraq Libya Sudan Somalia Yemen Venezuela North Korea are the countries on ban list all are either going through civil war or are basket cases where the government do not share or cooperate on terrorisn with any countries . A sovereign country should be able to decide who comes in and out of their country ,not USA problem most of these nations are Muslim

Whoever said a sovereign nation doesn’t have the right to admit who they want?

I’m merely pointing out that Trump rabble roused and promised to ban Muslim immigration, then set the likes of Giuliani the task to come up with some way to do it legally. The initial clusterfuck was the best they could come up with. The courts have forced them to redo it until finally, 18 months later, a partisan Supreme Court says it not our problem as he has the authority.
its a very sane policy if u can’t verify who somebody is they can’t enter the country but trump is a clown and finds it next to impossible to say something without disparaging a group or insulting someone , also I think people should kind of understand that trump takes some really hard positions on immigration, trade which allows him to bargain and give some concessions but still get what he wants

I nearly pissed myself when I read that Trump isn't a bumbling, short-attention span fool and actually has a plan. Best joke of the year.
the thing is 75% of the world are short attention spanned  fools who do nothing only stare at an iPhone all day long so he or his policy makers know most controversies will last a few days and people move on or forget . An example the child separation issue a policy that was enforced for a short period of time and then the policy was changed but if u are a parent thinking about crossing the border illegally with a minor or sending a child with someone else u would probably not do it after the last few weeks for trump that’s a win and trump or his policy makers don’t care because in their view nothing else works ,

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: June 27, 2018, 02:37:20 AM »
So called "Muslim" Travel Ban upheld by Supreme Court

Meltdown occurs in 3....2.....1...

What do you mean “so-called”?

That’s exactly what it was. Giuliani is on record saying that finding a “legal” way to ban Muslims was his remit.

He’s had to modify it and the conservative Supreme Court says the current version is within his gift as President, but that in itself doesn’t make the whole issue morally right.

If it is a "Muslim ban"  it is a pretty ineffective one, considering it doesn't apply to 88% of the worlds Muslim, but believe what you want

It was as much as he thought he could get away with.

YOU believe what YOU want, but both Giuliani and Trump are on the record.
iran Syria chad Iraq Libya Sudan Somalia Yemen Venezuela North Korea are the countries on ban list all are either going through civil war or are basket cases where the government do not share or cooperate on terrorisn with any countries . A sovereign country should be able to decide who comes in and out of their country ,not USA problem most of these nations are Muslim

Whoever said a sovereign nation doesn’t have the right to admit who they want?

I’m merely pointing out that Trump rabble roused and promised to ban Muslim immigration, then set the likes of Giuliani the task to come up with some way to do it legally. The initial clusterfuck was the best they could come up with. The courts have forced them to redo it until finally, 18 months later, a partisan Supreme Court says it not our problem as he has the authority.
its a very sane policy if u can’t verify who somebody is they can’t enter the country but trump is a clown and finds it next to impossible to say something without disparaging a group or insulting someone , also I think people should kind of understand that trump takes some really hard positions on immigration, trade which allows him to bargain and give some concessions but still get what he wants

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: June 26, 2018, 08:35:27 PM »
So called "Muslim" Travel Ban upheld by Supreme Court

Meltdown occurs in 3....2.....1...

What do you mean “so-called”?

That’s exactly what it was. Giuliani is on record saying that finding a “legal” way to ban Muslims was his remit.

He’s had to modify it and the conservative Supreme Court says the current version is within his gift as President, but that in itself doesn’t make the whole issue morally right.

If it is a "Muslim ban"  it is a pretty ineffective one, considering it doesn't apply to 88% of the worlds Muslim, but believe what you want

It was as much as he thought he could get away with.

YOU believe what YOU want, but both Giuliani and Trump are on the record.
iran Syria chad Iraq Libya Sudan Somalia Yemen Venezuela North Korea are the countries on ban list all are either going through civil war or are basket cases where the government do not share or cooperate on terrorisn with any countries . A sovereign country should be able to decide who comes in and out of their country ,not USA problem most of these nations are Muslim

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