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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: December 14, 2021, 10:02:34 PM »
Has Sean Teague been in and out of the Greencastle manager role since they won the AI Junior or has he been in charge the whole time? Some man for one man and great to see Greencastle back up in Senior again though expect it to be a tough year

In and out.

Greencastle held their own a few years in Seniors. Rang a couple of the big teams closes and always got one or two scalps. A tall order next years, but we won't be found wanting or in awe.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: November 11, 2021, 10:24:26 AM »
Why are children being charged into the senior final and are free into the Intermediate final?

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General discussion / Re: Death Notices
« on: November 09, 2021, 09:12:53 PM »
Ziggy will be gutted.

Extremely. I had to come back to post here. Dean Stockwell played one of the childhood heroes on TV, Rear Admiral Al Calavicci.

Rest in Peace Dean

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So it that it -  the builders can move in and start or are there more hoops to jump through / appeals that can be lodged?
I suppose it depends - is the granting of planning permission by the SDLP minister lawful this time?

How do the residents feel HS? Are they happy with the amendments? I read 95% are happy, but is that factual?

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I'm officially a member of the old farts club.

Thank you everyone. 😊😊

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General discussion / Re: Point of order
« on: November 13, 2019, 12:00:48 PM »
There are a lot of regular posters here who come across as petty and immature and their number seems to have increased in recent years.

For the most part these days I prefer to browse rather than get involved in any discussions.

Don't post as much myself these days, can't be arsed with the arguments. I've dropped from 1st to 6th Top Posters. That hurts  :'(

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General discussion / Re: UK General Election December 2019
« on: November 07, 2019, 10:34:35 AM »
Apparently Kate Hoey is thinking of standing as a single Unionist candidate in Fermanagh and South Tyrone. Ugh

https://www.impartialreporter.com/news/18018969.retiring-labour-mp-contest-fermanagh-south-tyrone-seat/

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General discussion / Re: UK General Election December 2019
« on: November 06, 2019, 02:58:46 PM »
Has a political campaign ever shot itself in the foot as badly as the Conservatives have the last few days??

Labour haven't even done anything the Tories are just losing the plot!

If said it on here in the past. Corbyn wiped the floor with the conservatives in 17. I'm beginning to think the conservatives have learnt nothing. Is "get brexit done" the new "strong and stable"?


Don't forget "Britain deserves better"!!!!!!  ;D

Surprised I haven't seen "Make Britain Great Again",

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General discussion / Re: UK General Election December 2019
« on: November 06, 2019, 02:49:04 PM »
Has a political campaign ever shot itself in the foot as badly as the Conservatives have the last few days??

Labour haven't even done anything the Tories are just losing the plot!


You haven't been paying enough attention or you're reading the wrong "newspapers" if you think that's the case.


The campaign is only started and they haven't even released their manifesto or chosen their candidates yet.

They haven't done a whole lot so far but they haven't had to with the Conservatives shooting themselves in the foot so much!

Have your say https://labour.org.uk/manifesto-2019/

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General discussion / Re: UK General Election December 2019
« on: November 04, 2019, 12:19:49 PM »
Fair play to Nicola Mallon - that's leadership.  They've made this decision unilaterally i.e. no contact with other parties.

Be interesting to see how the numbers stack up.

I take it no 'dissidents' will be voting!

Ahem, Nicola said on the radio this morning that Michelle was on the phone a week or so ago but nothing was agreed formally and no "pacts" were in place.

I think its sensible politics from the SDLP and if Eastwood does take a seat in Foyle then no harm done IMO.
Shinners need to reciprocate.

Getting shot of Pengelly, Dodds and even Robinson would be some going.

I believe this will happen! Be great

Sinn Fein are stepping down in all 3 seats!!

Still standing against Dobbs in North Belfast, but stepping down in North Down. 

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Let's distract the people back in God fearing Ulster with talk of that bridge to Scotland again.

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General discussion / Re: Best Stand-up Comedian
« on: October 17, 2019, 12:35:22 AM »
Never heard of him

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General discussion / Re: Great Newspaper Headlines.
« on: October 16, 2019, 03:54:24 PM »
Not newspaper, but still hilarious  ;D

Government scraps online 'porn block' plans after law hits kinks

https://news.sky.com/story/government-scraps-online-porn-block-plans-after-law-hits-kinks-11837055

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General discussion / Re: Brexit.
« on: October 04, 2019, 10:15:37 AM »

That was the point I was making yesterday Smoking Joe and wee Jeffrey on Radio 6 this morning more or less alluded to it..

Smoke and mirrors.


Leo could redden Arlene's chops with her comments about him being the person responsible of the return of a hard border in Ireland by alluding that she might well be the leader of Unionism that sees the re uniting of Ireland.

If I was Leo I'd be going back to Dublin and setting up a department to produce proposals for what that United Ireland might be and let the world and their dog know about it.

Time for everyone to start opening serious discussions on a united Ireland and what that could/should look like. Like the Brexit genie the united Ireland one is out of the bottle and it's time for republican and nationalist parties North and South to keep the momentum going behind it. It shouldn't be pushed as a victory and something to rub in the face of Unionionists - not that they would have any issue if it was the other way around - but a serious rationalised debate with facts / figures and plans for how this would work to start getting people who are on the fence or near to it convinced this is the way forward for the country.

The usual sh!t about DLA, benefits, paying to go see the doctor or staying in hospital (these morons who use that line here don't realise what national insurance is for or how this actually works in the South) etc etc will be wheeled out and there needs to be factual based reason to blow these lazy arguments apart and expose them for the bullsh1t they are.

As too many say, it's too early for that kind of talk and discussion. If you ask me, it's practically too late now. What does England have to inflict upon Ireland so people to talk seriously about a United Ireland??

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