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General discussion / Re: Eighth Amendment poll
« Last post by Syferus on Today at 05:07:08 AM »
Ashamed to call myself irish today after seeing the expected result

May god have mercy on those who voted yes. Let the era of no personal responsibility commence. Look at the utopia Britain has become.

I’ll be as polite as humanly possible in my response - fûck off.
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General discussion / Re: Eighth Amendment poll
« Last post by Dolph1 on Today at 04:46:54 AM »
Ashamed to call myself irish today after seeing the expected result

May god have mercy on those who voted yes. Let the era of no personal responsibility commence. Look at the utopia Britain has become.
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GAA Discussion / Re: Munster Football Championships 2018
« Last post by Horse Box on Today at 01:19:28 AM »
Where's powter for Cork?

Injured !
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General discussion / Re: Eighth Amendment poll
« Last post by sid waddell on Today at 01:10:52 AM »
One thing that was proved beyond doubt today is that the so called "silent majority" were anything but silent, and very, very far from a majority.

Let's hope this is the end of the I Own Her "Institute", the Life "Institute" and all the other fake "institutes" set up by the fundamentalist Catholic reactionary right.

The influence they've had in Irish media over the last two decades has been a very unfunny joke, given that they're a tiny, fringe group pushing extremist views.

The word "Institute" conjures up images of a place of learning. In reality these entities foment extreme ignorance. "Institution" would be a much more accurate description for them, as in asylum - which is ironic given the shameful way they denigrate mental health as something that genuinely affects people.





 
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GAA Discussion / Re: Munster Football Championships 2018
« Last post by macdanger2 on Today at 01:08:55 AM »
Where's powter for Cork?
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GAA Discussion / Re: Munster Football Championships 2018
« Last post by Horse Box on Today at 01:06:49 AM »
The Cork team to play Tipperary in the Munster Senior Football Championship Semi-Final next Saturday 26th May in Semple Stadium, Thurles @ 7pm has been announced as follows.



1. Mark White (Clonakilty)
2. Kevin Crowley (Millstreet)
3. Jamie O Sullivan (Bishopstown)
4. Kevin Flahive (Douglas)
5. Sean White (Clonakilty)
6. Stephen Cronin (Nemo Rangers)
7. Tomas Clancy (Fermoy)
8. Aidan Walsh (Kanturk)
9. Ian Maguire (St Finbarr's) Captain
10. Kevin O Driscoll (Tadhg MacCarthaigh)
11. Mark Collins (Castlehaven)
12. Ruairi Deane (Bantry Blues)
13. John O Rourke (Carbery Rangers)
14. Colm O'Neill  (Ballyclough)
15. Luke Connolly (Nemo Rangers)
Subs:
16. Anthony Casey ( Kiskeam)
17. Sam Ryan (St Finbarr's)
18. James Loughrey (Mallow)
19. Matthew Taylor (Mallow)
20. Cian Kiely (Ballincollig)
21. Ronan O Toole (Eire Og)
22. Peter Kelleher (Kilmichael)
23. Cathal Vaughan ( Iveleary)
24. Michael Hurley (Castlehaven)
25. Stephen Sherlock (St Finbarr's)
26. Brian Hurley (Castlehaven)
27. Paul Kerrigan (Nemo Rangers)

Hearing #10 for Cork , O`Driscoll won`t play as there is a death in the family !
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GAA Discussion / Re: Super 8 Dark Horses
« Last post by macdanger2 on Today at 01:04:17 AM »
Fermanagh
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GAA Discussion / Re: Munster Football Championships 2018
« Last post by Horse Box on Today at 12:58:05 AM »
Tipperary football manager Liam Kearns has announced the same team to play Cork in the Munster Senior Football Championship Semi-Final tomorrow evening, Saturday 26th May, at 7pm, in Semple Stadium as that which started in last weeks quarter-final.

The Tipperary team lines out as follows;

1. Evan Comerford – Kilsheelan-Kilcash
2. Shane O’Connell – Golden-Kilfeacle
3. John Meagher – Loughmore-Castleiney
4. Alan Campbell – Moyle Rovers
5. Bill Maher – Kilsheelan-Kilcash
6. Robbie Kiely (Capt.) – Carbery Rangers
7. Jimmy Feehan – Killenaule
8. Liam Casey – Cahir
9. Jack Kennedy – Clonmel Commercials
10. Josh Keane – Golden-Kilfeacle
11. Kevin O’Halloran – Portroe
12. Brian Fox – Éire Óg Annacarty-Donohill
13. Liam Boland – Moyle Rovers
14. Michael Quinlivan – Clonmel Commercials
15. Liam McGrath – Loughmore-Castleiney

Subs
16. Ciarán Kenrick – Moyle Rovers
17. Conor Sweeney – Ballyporeen
18. Steven O’Brien – Ballina
19. Kevin Fahey – Clonmel Commercials
20. Paddy Codd – Killenaule
21. George Hannigan – Shannon Rovers
22. Philip Austin – Borrisokane
23. Jason Lonergan – Clonmel Commercials
24. Colm O’Shaughnessy – Ardfinnan
25. Luke Boland – Moyle Rovers
26. David McGrath – Moyle Rovers

I reckon O`Brien will start , maybe Sweeney !
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General discussion / Re: Eighth Amendment poll
« Last post by sid waddell on Today at 12:53:35 AM »
Wonderful result.

68-32 was beyond anybody's wildest expectations.

I'm thrilled for the women of Ireland and thrilled that the people of Ireland saw through the disgusting, horrible No campaign in such numbers. 

The Ireland that is thankfully gone imagined itself above all as simple, religious and God-fearing in opposition to cruel, Godless England. In reality Ireland was the much crueller place. 

As England threatens to fall into the depths of intolerance and foolishly looks backward, we are now very much the ones looking forward - liberal, tolerant, outward looking, internationalist, welcoming.

We've come of age as a country in so many respects over the last few years.

We can improve in so many more, but overall, we're not a bad little place, really.

Is that your speech for when you enter Miss World?
Funny you mention Miss World.

We heard plenty of interventions from men in dresses over the course of the campaign, and they were all on the No side. But Ireland pays no heed to the clergy anymore.

We had an intervention last night from men in sashes. And it's no surprise to see the likes of you hand in glove with the Orange Order.

Backward morons like you and your ilk been have been fooking routed in Ireland today, and the only thing that can rival the joy at this result is the hilarity that the likes of you have been driven up the wall with rage at it.

Don't worry - there's a crumb of comfort for you, in that belief in a flat earth is increasing - so if that's anything to go by, you may have a chance to vote on this issue again!
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General discussion / Re: Eighth Amendment poll
« Last post by Syferus on Today at 12:52:55 AM »
Wonderful result.

68-32 was beyond anybody's wildest expectations.

I'm thrilled for the women of Ireland and thrilled that the people of Ireland saw through the disgusting, horrible No campaign in such numbers. 

The Ireland that is thankfully gone imagined itself above all as simple, religious and God-fearing in opposition to cruel, Godless England. In reality Ireland was the much crueller place. 

As England threatens to fall into the depths of intolerance and foolishly looks backward, we are now very much the ones looking forward - liberal, tolerant, outward looking, internationalist, welcoming.

We've come of age as a country in so many respects over the last few years.

We can improve in so many more, but overall, we're not a bad little place, really.

Is that your speech for when you enter Miss World?

For someone who tries to make one line quips a lot I’m amazed at how poor all of them are.
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