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General discussion / Re: Price of a Pint
« on: October 15, 2021, 04:07:54 PM »
To be fair bought myself a sub and no longer have the wish to pay dearly for pints in a pub.
Was walking through newry and Saturday night at say 11/30
 Was shocked at how quiet it was, nowhere busy.
Prices are killing pubs.

Have the sub machine myself. Near time to stock up again.  Do you order direct from Beerwulf?

I hope the ass falls out of a load of those places in Belfast but i would doubt that will happen.  I wonder what a stein in the Christmas market will set ya back now.

Oktoberfest is on at Custom House square at the minute. Looks similar to the xmas market, a  big marquee/tent, £10 entry & £11 for a stein = £21 for your first litre of beer


Walked passed it last night coming home from work. Looked virtually empty and fairly miserable. Had pint of Guinness in The American yesterday during my break. Creamy goodness at £4.10.

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General discussion / Re: 💩 DUP C*ntwatch - somewhat back on-topic!
« on: October 15, 2021, 04:04:36 AM »
the problem with the north is the people have some high opinion of themselves ::)

wind it up, offer it to kim jong and be done with it

will take centuries to fix  ;)

I am no more Irish than you. But I am no less Irish than you. You are a sad, pathetic, craven free state Quisling.

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General discussion / Re: Price of a Pint
« on: October 15, 2021, 01:57:46 AM »
Rarely drink in city centre now. Was in Mulligans on Saturday to watch Ireland game and then Hercules, both places were under fiver for pint. Looking forward to £3.50 pints of excellent Guinness at Solitude this Saturday. I got myself a Phillips Perfect Draft machine during lockdown and it's best thing I've ever bought. Top quality German and Belgian kegged beer at my fingertips, why line the pockets of those rip off bastards.
I saw those and was thinking about getting one. Which kegs would you recommend with it? I like German and Belgian beers so I thought it would be a good job. I never go out for a pint anymore so it's been mostly cans through beer hawk etc I'd be getting.

Lowenbrau and Spaten very good for the German, Jupiler and Stella (not the shite ruined under licence in the UK, the real gear) for the Belgian. Really nice Dutch one I can't recall name of too. Basically you can't go wrong with any of their beers, apart from the Tennents, obviously. Which is same price as few of the premier beers  ;D

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General discussion / Re: Price of a Pint
« on: October 13, 2021, 11:31:44 PM »
Rarely drink in city centre now. Was in Mulligans on Saturday to watch Ireland game and then Hercules, both places were under fiver for pint. Looking forward to £3.50 pints of excellent Guinness at Solitude this Saturday. I got myself a Phillips Perfect Draft machine during lockdown and it's best thing I've ever bought. Top quality German and Belgian kegged beer at my fingertips, why line the pockets of those rip off bastards.

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General discussion / Re: Brexit.
« on: October 13, 2021, 02:23:23 PM »
There's nothing to fear because it's mostly fanciful, but NI's lot will improve because of UK grandstanding, unless they go full nuclear on A16, which I doubt they will.

Article 16 isn't the panacea the thick loyalists think it is. They've painted themselves into such a corner now that no matter what way they turn, no matter what they do, they bring the reunification of our country a step closer. It's an absolute joy to watch their desperation.

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General discussion / Re: The SDLP
« on: October 08, 2021, 02:06:57 PM »
A brief summation of Clare Hanna's Radio Ulster interview this afternoon:

At the start of the interview, defended her partys decision to go by stating that a Church commemoration is very different to, for instance, an academic event discussing the past. Then later attacks SF for having attended an panel discussion about partition, claiming that it's "no different" to going to a Church commemoration.

Said Michael D was right to refuse to attend, but that the SDLP are right to attend.

Said Michael D rightly decided that his political neutrality meant he could't go, then repeatedly argued that the SDLP are right to go because it's definitely not a political event - (even at uttering the line "Of course it's not a political event. Everything is political")

She'll disappear up her own hole one day. Absolute Stoop spoofer.

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General discussion / Re: The SDLP
« on: October 08, 2021, 01:00:01 PM »
Aaaaaanyway...

I hear Claire Hanna is on the radio trying to defend the indefensible decision to attend this commemoration. Only about two weeks ago, she was all over the airwaves trying to defend Michael D Higgins for his refusal to attend. Laughable stuff.

Mind you, if there's one thing Claire Hanna is consistent in, it's being inconsistent. She's a member of the SDLP, which is a sister party of FF - a party she says she doesn't like, while she has appeared at numerous Labour Party conferences but canvased at the last election for two FG candidates.

Verbose isn't the word for that one. Never even comes up for air. She and the Croppy Boy obviously have their eye on some ermine, just like Richie. Huge own goal for Stoops.

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General discussion / Re: Brexit.
« on: October 07, 2021, 02:13:33 AM »
Large parts of left wing Labour are insane if Twitter is anything to go by.

Starmer has to get back the New Labour voters that propelled Blair to victory if he wants to win a GE, It is pretty much Tory light, so the path he's taking is understandable,  but he doesn't have the charisma Blair had nor  does he have an equally talented Brown in the background helping him strategise. Labour are doomed for a long time. Burnham & Khan will likely let Starmer do some reforming, come back after the next Election defeat and go for the leadership. Labour ideally need David Milliband to return from the US, not likely to happen tho.

Labour will be hammered again, doesn't matter who is in charge or what version of Labour is running. Tory's have the media in their corner. System is bucked

Labour wonít get in until Brexit has disappeared.

They canít touch it because the country wanted to do it and it became such an emotive issue they canít admit they were wrong. The Tories delivered it so until itís no longer on the table people are going to stay loyal to it.

Itís minimum 3-5 years before we can think about not talking about real and current Brexit difficulties. I think thatís Labours only chance.

Starmer is right to get rid of the nutters!!

The nutters? Cornyn wanted to nationise railways because how shit they have become, and Mail went ballistic. Tories are now bringing railways back into public ownership because of how shit they are. Labour are a joke, and have always been worst for nationalists than the Tories. Roy Mason anybody? Merlin Rees anybody? I despise the Tories with every fibre of my being, but I hate Labour even more. We need rid of these colonial bastards once and for all, and Brexit is giving us that opportunity. f**k all Brit politicians, whatever their ilk.

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General discussion / Re: Ruth Dudley Edwards: a brain to be reckoned with
« on: October 06, 2021, 11:10:10 PM »
As always RDE ascribes the purest and noblest of intentions to the poor, put-upon unionist community, and the most malign, deceitful motives to the nationalist side.

She's a hateful tart, of the same ilk as Kate Hoey.
I still think it was a mistake by Michael D not to attend though.

Important hypothetical question.
====================

You're the last man on earth and RDE and Hoey are the last of the 'female' gender.

The human race will be extinct unless you mate.

Who would you do first?

I'd move somewhere else and have a w**k when the need arose.

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General discussion / Re: Brexit.
« on: October 06, 2021, 03:42:02 PM »
5 points ahead of Labour in a Britain Elects survey today, unbelievable.

See the French threatening to cut power supplies to GB over fishing rights dispute, no doubt it's bluster and the Brexit w**ks would have a field day if it did happen, but I'd love to see it.

I wonder does Unionism look on atm and see the madness of GB and at least see SOME benefits of AI connections & integration, hopefully they are getting their eyes opened to the cretins & charlatans running the UK.


Totally believable when you see who is leading Labour. Starmer has provided zero opposition to the Tories and has refused to highlight the bare-faced lies of Johnson. The guy is a bigger charlatan and spoofer than Johnson. This is a man who used his speech at the Labour conference to criticise lack of prosecutions for domestic violence and rapes. FFS, he was Director of Public Prosecutions for years, it was HIS job... Absolute bluffer.

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General discussion / Re: 💩 DUP C*ntwatch - somewhat back on-topic!
« on: October 04, 2021, 11:25:24 PM »
Where was Billy the mass murderer today? And who the f**k elected Zelda from The Terrahawks? And so much for Bayonet Beattie's 'moderate' unionism. These clowns are finished, and they know it.

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General discussion / Re: China Coronavirus
« on: October 04, 2021, 05:20:10 PM »
Has anyone been able to get the EU passport for NI residents with an Irish Passport?

Aye, got mine yesterday, took about six hours between filling form in online and getting QR code in email.

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General discussion / Re: The SDLP
« on: September 29, 2021, 10:49:57 PM »
Back on subject. The Croppy Boy over at Labour conference, sucking Keir Starmers balls. Someone who is almost a bigger bullshitter than Johnson, someone who has said he'll promote the Union and has criticised the protocol, and wee Colum, who's sworn an oath to Queen, over there rimming him. How can anyone vote for Stoops when this complete tool is their leader is beyond me. He doesn't support reunification, he just wants his ermine, like Fitt and Ritchie. When will people wise up, Labour has shafted nationalist people of north more than Tory scum ever have.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Does Pat Spillane need apologise to Tyrone GAA?
« on: September 28, 2021, 08:37:10 PM »
Oírourke is worth keeping if he keeps having digs at Sean cavanagh for lying down  ;D

Oírourke isnít too bad but has maybe had his day to be fair. Spillane should be long gone. Only there for controversy.

This is the same O Rourke who said he'd eat his hat if a player as bad as Brian Dooher won an All Ireland. A man who not only went on to win three All Irelands, but captained twice. And then went on to joint manage an All Ireland winning team. And O Rourke is still in a job. RTE is a clown show

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General discussion / Re: 💩 DUP C*ntwatch - somewhat back on-topic!
« on: September 28, 2021, 08:28:59 PM »
They're finished. And they know it.

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