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Re: International rules
« Reply #210 on: November 13, 2017, 07:19:26 PM »
Marc O'Sť is dead right.
No wonder ourselves and Dublin don't bother with this nonsense anymore.

Were any Meath players asked to take part?
The New York lads were right to boycott it
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Re: International rules
« Reply #211 on: November 13, 2017, 07:52:43 PM »
Ah watching it here now and itís shite enough to be honest. Itís kinda like those crossover tv shows like family guy and the Simpsonís. Ya take two 10/10 sports and when you add them together you get a 3/10 sport. Without the violence that kept it alive for so long itís really only the novelty that makes anything of this game and after 20+ years thatís long since been spent.
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Re: International rules
« Reply #212 on: November 13, 2017, 07:57:53 PM »
This 'f**k the Begrudgers' stuff is starting to get on my tits. No matter what the subject is, if you voice any sort of disagreement, you are a begrudger. I've long ago given up watching this farce, but I understand and accept that others do, so be it. I'm not going to call them names for liking it.

f**k the begrudgers on Dublin
f**k the begrudgers on International Rules
f**k the begrudgers on Padraic Duffy
f**k the begrudgers on Martin O'Neill and his style of play
f**k the begrudgers on Conor McGregor
f**k the begrudgers on U2

ad infinitum

Jaysus it would wear you down. It would appear that all disagreement now is simply begrudgery. Do people actually know what 'begrudgery' is?
Unlike you to get rattled AZ. I agree with the begrudgery point but there's comes a point when "turn the channel" is a fair point.

Also, why do you feel the need to call it a farce?

It's not begrudgery to say you don't like the game. I said I don't watch it but I'm well aware others do and like it. No harm. I just don't like being told not liking it is begrudgery. 

As for why I call it a farce it's because
A it's not football
B it's not aussie rules
C it's only played a couple of times a year
D it doesn't seem to serve any purpose.

But that's just my opinion.  I know others disagree. Either way it's not begrudgery 😀

Itís not the disagreement AZ, itís the negativity from some of the posters on some of the topics.  Some people (not you by the way) invoke the doomsday scenario when any change is proposed. I am delighted that a sligo lad is on the team and i would never begrude the fact that he and the others have an opportunity to represent the country.
I fully understand this is not everyoneís cup of tea, hence the remote control comment. I donít like baseball, so i donít watch it - end of story..
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Re: International rules
« Reply #213 on: November 13, 2017, 09:56:27 PM »
This 'f**k the Begrudgers' stuff is starting to get on my tits. No matter what the subject is, if you voice any sort of disagreement, you are a begrudger. I've long ago given up watching this farce, but I understand and accept that others do, so be it. I'm not going to call them names for liking it.

f**k the begrudgers on Dublin
f**k the begrudgers on International Rules
f**k the begrudgers on Padraic Duffy
f**k the begrudgers on Martin O'Neill and his style of play
f**k the begrudgers on Conor McGregor
f**k the begrudgers on U2

ad infinitum

Jaysus it would wear you down. It would appear that all disagreement now is simply begrudgery. Do people actually know what 'begrudgery' is?
Unlike you to get rattled AZ. I agree with the begrudgery point but there's comes a point when "turn the channel" is a fair point.

Also, why do you feel the need to call it a farce?

It's not begrudgery to say you don't like the game. I said I don't watch it but I'm well aware others do and like it. No harm. I just don't like being told not liking it is begrudgery. 

As for why I call it a farce it's because
A it's not football
B it's not aussie rules
C it's only played a couple of times a year
D it doesn't seem to serve any purpose.

But that's just my opinion.  I know others disagree. Either way it's not begrudgery 😀

Itís not the disagreement AZ, itís the negativity from some of the posters on some of the topics.  Some people (not you by the way) invoke the doomsday scenario when any change is proposed. I am delighted that a sligo lad is on the team and i would never begrude the fact that he and the others have an opportunity to represent the country.
I fully understand this is not everyoneís cup of tea, hence the remote control comment. I donít like baseball, so i donít watch it - end of story..

Such begrudgery!!! :)

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Re: International rules
« Reply #214 on: November 13, 2017, 10:13:41 PM »
This 'f**k the Begrudgers' stuff is starting to get on my tits. No matter what the subject is, if you voice any sort of disagreement, you are a begrudger. I've long ago given up watching this farce, but I understand and accept that others do, so be it. I'm not going to call them names for liking it.

f**k the begrudgers on Dublin
f**k the begrudgers on International Rules
f**k the begrudgers on Padraic Duffy
f**k the begrudgers on Martin O'Neill and his style of play
f**k the begrudgers on Conor McGregor
f**k the begrudgers on U2

ad infinitum

Jaysus it would wear you down. It would appear that all disagreement now is simply begrudgery. Do people actually know what 'begrudgery' is?
Unlike you to get rattled AZ. I agree with the begrudgery point but there's comes a point when "turn the channel" is a fair point.

Also, why do you feel the need to call it a farce?

It's not begrudgery to say you don't like the game. I said I don't watch it but I'm well aware others do and like it. No harm. I just don't like being told not liking it is begrudgery. 

As for why I call it a farce it's because
A it's not football
B it's not aussie rules
C it's only played a couple of times a year
D it doesn't seem to serve any purpose.

But that's just my opinion.  I know others disagree. Either way it's not begrudgery 😀

Itís not the disagreement AZ, itís the negativity from some of the posters on some of the topics.  Some people (not you by the way) invoke the doomsday scenario when any change is proposed. I am delighted that a sligo lad is on the team and i would never begrude the fact that he and the others have an opportunity to represent the country.
I fully understand this is not everyoneís cup of tea, hence the remote control comment. I donít like baseball, so i donít watch it - end of story..

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Re: International rules
« Reply #215 on: November 13, 2017, 10:34:01 PM »
It seems to me that the vast majority of our top players are keen to continue the series and that's good enough for me. As a game, it's going to go nowhere. Nowhere that is, beyond those biannual encounters as you'll never see a group of kids messing about as they do in soccer or Gaelic knockabouts. This hybrid game is far too complicated for that but our intercounty players seem to be as keen to be selected  for home games as they are for junkets down under. I never heard of a player yet who didn't, or doesn't, think it is an honour to represent his county. So, let them at it, I say. (I think its a load of shite but that's just my personal opinion.)

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Re: International rules
« Reply #216 on: November 13, 2017, 10:35:40 PM »
Marc O'Sť is dead right.
No wonder ourselves and Dublin don't bother with this nonsense anymore.

Were any Meath players asked to take part?
Players from Intermediate and Junior Counties were not considered.

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Are you not a Mayo lad being from Ballaghadreen and all, just like Andy, David Drake and Pearce???;D
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« Reply #217 on: November 13, 2017, 10:36:58 PM »
At least the football is decent.


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Re: International rules
« Reply #218 on: November 13, 2017, 11:31:04 PM »
Marc O'Sť is dead right.
No wonder ourselves and Dublin don't bother with this nonsense anymore.

Were any Meath players asked to take part?
Players from Intermediate and Junior Counties were not considered.

A Roscommon lad on a high horse ;D
Are you not a Mayo lad being from Ballaghadreen and all, just like Andy, David Drake and Pearce???;D
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Re: International rules
« Reply #219 on: November 14, 2017, 12:07:14 AM »
Replacements for the sickies? Harte?

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« Reply #220 on: November 14, 2017, 12:35:58 AM »
Replacements for the sickies? Harte?

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Re: International rules
« Reply #221 on: November 14, 2017, 08:54:11 AM »
This 'f**k the Begrudgers' stuff is starting to get on my tits. No matter what the subject is, if you voice any sort of disagreement, you are a begrudger. I've long ago given up watching this farce, but I understand and accept that others do, so be it. I'm not going to call them names for liking it.

f**k the begrudgers on Dublin
f**k the begrudgers on International Rules
f**k the begrudgers on Padraic Duffy
f**k the begrudgers on Martin O'Neill and his style of play
f**k the begrudgers on Conor McGregor
f**k the begrudgers on U2

ad infinitum

Jaysus it would wear you down. It would appear that all disagreement now is simply begrudgery. Do people actually know what 'begrudgery' is?
Unlike you to get rattled AZ. I agree with the begrudgery point but there's comes a point when "turn the channel" is a fair point.

Also, why do you feel the need to call it a farce?

It's not begrudgery to say you don't like the game. I said I don't watch it but I'm well aware others do and like it. No harm. I just don't like being told not liking it is begrudgery. 

As for why I call it a farce it's because
A it's not football
B it's not aussie rules
C it's only played a couple of times a year
D it doesn't seem to serve any purpose.

But that's just my opinion.  I know others disagree. Either way it's not begrudgery 😀

Itís not the disagreement AZ, itís the negativity from some of the posters on some of the topics.  Some people (not you by the way) invoke the doomsday scenario when any change is proposed. I am delighted that a sligo lad is on the team and i would never begrude the fact that he and the others have an opportunity to represent the country.
I fully understand this is not everyoneís cup of tea, hence the remote control comment. I donít like baseball, so i donít watch it - end of story..

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Re: International rules
« Reply #222 on: November 14, 2017, 10:13:56 AM »
This 'f**k the Begrudgers' stuff is starting to get on my tits. No matter what the subject is, if you voice any sort of disagreement, you are a begrudger. I've long ago given up watching this farce, but I understand and accept that others do, so be it. I'm not going to call them names for liking it.

f**k the begrudgers on Dublin
f**k the begrudgers on International Rules
f**k the begrudgers on Padraic Duffy
f**k the begrudgers on Martin O'Neill and his style of play
f**k the begrudgers on Conor McGregor
f**k the begrudgers on U2

ad infinitum

Jaysus it would wear you down. It would appear that all disagreement now is simply begrudgery. Do people actually know what 'begrudgery' is?
Unlike you to get rattled AZ. I agree with the begrudgery point but there's comes a point when "turn the channel" is a fair point.

Also, why do you feel the need to call it a farce?

It's not begrudgery to say you don't like the game. I said I don't watch it but I'm well aware others do and like it. No harm. I just don't like being told not liking it is begrudgery. 

As for why I call it a farce it's because
A it's not football
B it's not aussie rules
C it's only played a couple of times a year
D it doesn't seem to serve any purpose.

But that's just my opinion.  I know others disagree. Either way it's not begrudgery 😀

Itís not the disagreement AZ, itís the negativity from some of the posters on some of the topics.  Some people (not you by the way) invoke the doomsday scenario when any change is proposed. I am delighted that a sligo lad is on the team and i would never begrude the fact that he and the others have an opportunity to represent the country.
I fully understand this is not everyoneís cup of tea, hence the remote control comment. I donít like baseball, so i donít watch it - end of story..

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Re: International rules
« Reply #223 on: November 14, 2017, 10:19:08 AM »
This 'f**k the Begrudgers' stuff is starting to get on my tits. No matter what the subject is, if you voice any sort of disagreement, you are a begrudger. I've long ago given up watching this farce, but I understand and accept that others do, so be it. I'm not going to call them names for liking it.

f**k the begrudgers on Dublin
f**k the begrudgers on International Rules
f**k the begrudgers on Padraic Duffy
f**k the begrudgers on Martin O'Neill and his style of play
f**k the begrudgers on Conor McGregor
f**k the begrudgers on U2

ad infinitum

Jaysus it would wear you down. It would appear that all disagreement now is simply begrudgery. Do people actually know what 'begrudgery' is?

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« Reply #224 on: November 14, 2017, 10:25:15 AM »
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