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Who authorised that within Cooperation Ireland?

Cooperation Ireland should have set a maximum (say €1000) they would refund. But they obviously did not, and as other politicians were behaving responsibly they weren't prepared for the chancer.

Peter Robinson & Terence Brannigan are on the board, so it's starting to make sense, neither being a stranger to controversy.

I assume it’s one of the many peace process fronts for funding

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Ian Og a total cnt but it’s not exactly a charity in the normall sense, like a lot you see about these days.

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General discussion / Re: Apple Watch
« on: January 14, 2019, 09:44:26 PM »
No. It has a 12 month warranty. Problem exacerbated by the fact that I bought it in the US
Apple's warranty is world wide, proof of purchase is all that's needed. If the 12 months period has expired that's another matter, however if your screen has deteriorated due to a manufacturing defect, you may be protected.

They will find a tiny scratch on it and say your carelessness has caused the defect

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General discussion / Re: Apple Watch
« on: January 14, 2019, 08:13:21 PM »
I broke mine a few months ago in the same way.  You can ring Apple and they'll sympathise, but they'll blame you and make you pay for it.  They design all their products to break easily.  In fact, I'm convinced their iphones are styled perfectly to slip out of your hand and break.  Ridiculous.  Many of use our phones to watch things like Netflix, sky etc, but you can't lay them on their side because they'll slip.  Glad to see they're losing market share.  They need a good kick up the ass.  I'm thinking of moving to Huaiwei

Yeah and amazing how the phones develop a problem just after the warranty expires. Got my daughter a Huawei for Xmas, to replace her IPhone 7 and she much prefers it. Know quite a few that have have jumped to Huawei from Apple and haven’t looked back

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General discussion / Re: Brexit.
« on: January 14, 2019, 12:54:22 PM »
Brexit is dead. May is expected to lose the vote by 200 and Parliament will not allow
No deal to happen. Neither will the EU. The Tories are fucked

So are Labour under Corbyn, who doesn't appear to stand for anything, unless DUP-like it's contrary to the Tories.

Don't ever, ever underestimate the electorate's ability to do something stupid. I've long argued for a meritocracy whereby only educated, literate, gainfully-employed, properly sentient beings are allowed to vote.  ;D ;D

Bit concerning that Corbyn doesent seem to understand the single market and customs union. He really doesent have the first notion


Bit concerning that people are focused on blaming Corbyn for a problem created by the Tories and completely fucked up by the Tories. Corbyn is clear on how Britain needs to be rebooted. Brexit is actually a side show in many ways because lots of people are already fcuked in Britain. And whether Brexit happens or not that won't change under the Tories. I think Corbyn's understanding on many issues over the years has proven to be spot on when many others were completely wrong. The most important thing Britain needs is a change of government.

Ah come on now, Corbyn doesent even have a position on Brexit. He was asked yesterday 7 times by Andrew Marr if he would back a people’s vote or renegotiate Brexit. He is a Brexiteer. He is remarkably uninformed on the one issue that is the only show in town, which is astonishing. This is the worst government in my memory and Labour are trailing in the polls.

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General discussion / Re: Brexit.
« on: January 14, 2019, 09:58:52 AM »
Brexit is dead. May is expected to lose the vote by 200 and Parliament will not allow
No deal to happen. Neither will the EU. The Tories are fucked

So are Labour under Corbyn, who doesn't appear to stand for anything, unless DUP-like it's contrary to the Tories.

Don't ever, ever underestimate the electorate's ability to do something stupid. I've long argued for a meritocracy whereby only educated, literate, gainfully-employed, properly sentient beings are allowed to vote.  ;D ;D

Bit concerning that Corbyn doesent seem to understand the single market and customs union. He really doesent have the first notion

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General discussion / Re: Brexit.
« on: January 13, 2019, 08:49:03 PM »
Sinn Fein. The only custodians of Irish Republicanism.
No oath to a foreign Queen.
Brits out.
Terrorise your own community.
That's how freedom will be achieved.

No oath to a foreign queen but millions in MP expenses, they’ve don’t mind that bit.

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General discussion / Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« on: January 13, 2019, 07:30:07 PM »
Serious question..

Has Milltown ever done a bet that came up?

Plenty! And plenty lost too! You couldn’t have seen that result going into today’s game ?

Yeah United a massive 2/1 or 9/4, huge outsiders

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General discussion / Re: The IRISH RUGBY thread
« on: January 13, 2019, 03:10:36 PM »
Is there a thread MR2 doesent make a c**t out of himself ?

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Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
« on: January 12, 2019, 10:48:10 PM »
Yeah they will probably just keep it all a secret from the public, only letting the club secretary’s know. No reason to publicise  ::)

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General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: January 11, 2019, 12:35:29 PM »
I know what yous are on about, but by the look of this forum and a lot of others over the last week, it seems like FF and the SDLP aren't too short of bots themselves.

So anyone that disagrees with, for example, SF & DUP carving up £500k of public money for themselves you are an SDLP bot? Got it

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General discussion / Re: Jay Donnelly
« on: January 11, 2019, 11:36:43 AM »
Is his Da the “commentator” Chris Donnelly ?

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General discussion / Re: Jay Donnelly
« on: January 11, 2019, 11:27:53 AM »
The whole age thing isn’t the (main) issue here for me, it’s the fact he sent his mates the pictures. Doesn’t matter if she was 16 or 36, it’s a complete sc**bag act. 4 months is a let off, his defence are appealing and part of the basis is that he is of such low intelligence that he is bordering on having a learning difficulty  ::)

Mental health issues no doubt

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General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: January 10, 2019, 09:48:00 AM »
I see in the latest Sinn Fein/DUP carve up the Belfast City councillors voted down channelling the £500k to an anti-poverty initiative so it could be given to Feile, so we can safely assume Jackie McDonald and his cohort of “community workers” will be getting a similar rate payer funded windfall soon, with Sinn Féin’s full backing.

They don't even try to hide it any more.

Maybe with global warming we can grow bananas.


They know they can do it unchallenged and will all be voted back in and can continue to do it, maybe raise a few strategic green/orange sham fights towards election time

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General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: January 09, 2019, 08:33:04 PM »
I see in the latest Sinn Fein/DUP carve up the Belfast City councillors voted down channelling the £500k to an anti-poverty initiative so it could be given to Feile, so we can safely assume Jackie McDonald and his cohort of “community workers” will be getting a similar rate payer funded windfall soon, with Sinn Féin’s full backing.

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