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GAA Discussion / Re: Club mass
« on: January 18, 2019, 07:49:05 AM »
No harm in a mass. Its every individuals own choice. The church is going to make a massive come back anyhow sometime in the future, not in its current guise maybe, but certainly some form of it.

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: January 16, 2019, 07:50:05 AM »
Concannon has to start on form, surely? In fact Sean Quinn would be unlucky to be dropped too.  Might mean putting Karl in the half backs and trying Chrissy in midfield again. But I know damn all tbf

Oh aye, Odhran Lynch should start too.

Hardly he's from the city sure

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General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: January 11, 2019, 11:58:42 AM »
Also all of them walked out en masse when that SiF stuff was talked about :(

Absolute jokers.

I don't want to be too melodramatic with this but the robotic nature of their followers on social media is very unnerving at times. Reminds me of infamous regimes we have seen down through history.
It is a worrying trend and if you dare disagree with them they attack you with a pack mentality which is quite viscous.
Indeed - thick.

Very true. I disagreed with Patrice Hardy and she unleashed these twitter bots on me. Very unnerving indeed. Quite ironic given what she was complaining about during the week.
This is the kind of thing I was talking about, it’s almist like an automated response

Yep, very strange

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General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: January 10, 2019, 02:36:19 PM »
Also all of them walked out en masse when that SiF stuff was talked about :(

Absolute jokers.

I don't want to be too melodramatic with this but the robotic nature of their followers on social media is very unnerving at times. Reminds me of infamous regimes we have seen down through history.
It is a worrying trend and if you dare disagree with them they attack you with a pack mentality which is quite viscous.
Indeed - thick.

Lol. Ok ok. Stop stirring the pot.

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General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: January 10, 2019, 01:25:17 PM »
Also all of them walked out en masse when that SiF stuff was talked about :(

Absolute jokers.

I don't want to be too melodramatic with this but the robotic nature of their followers on social media is very unnerving at times. Reminds me of infamous regimes we have seen down through history.
It is a worrying trend and if you dare disagree with them they attack you with a pack mentality which is quite viscous.

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General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: January 09, 2019, 04:47:40 PM »
I was reading a few tweets about belfast city council meeting last night and the motion to cut bonfire funding. A carve up between sf and dup is what long called it. Hard not to disagree.

Exactly harold. It is difficult. There are some ones moving up from the south i see with about 6 candidates. I can't recall name. Aside from them no one.

Belfast City Council funding is an exercise in SF & DUP allocating money to their own wee pet groups that are staffed by party activists, family members etc. Has been like that for years.

And today the Irish News reports that £500k of “bonfire diversion” Council funds has been awarded to Feile, before the application process has even started, and a director of Feile is the brother of a SF councillor.

And then the walk out along with the DUP few days ago in Belfast when the SIF project was challenged at council meeting. And then there is Maria Cahill of course. And then............. far too many issues

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: January 09, 2019, 04:11:01 PM »
Need to back it up with a win tonight!

be poor showing if you cant beat a uni team

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General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: January 09, 2019, 11:55:51 AM »
People could just not vote, but unless Toibin gets going in a lot of constituencies there is no other candidate that is not promoting abortion.

Its partly the abortion thing with me especially the 12 weeks and their position on the conscience vote. But they are trying to be all things to all people on so many issues.

SF jump on the populist bandwagon. Not everyone is on the same bandwagon with all issues, therefore they’re losing voters on each issue. That image of O’Neill and McDonald celebrating the abortion result was truly sickening.

I certainly won’t be voting them again.
Sickening? why? Women celebrate the right to choose in circumstances we as men can not experience or relate to, what is sickening is all this sanctimonious bullshit about murder and both lives matter.

on such a sensitive issue more humility was required. It was not a football result which had just been announced and that is how it looked.

SF are goosed.

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General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: January 08, 2019, 03:51:38 PM »
You boys are some craic.

The vast majority of people supported legalising abortion in the South. All major political parties supported it. Amnesty international supported it.

So I ask, if you are no longer voting SF because they disagreed with you on ONE issue, tell me then who you will be voting for. Some crack pot independent? Or maybe your more natural bed fellow is the DUP. Maybe you will stop voting full stop. Every party does something that they is at odds with some of their members every now and again.

I used to always tell Fearon its the DUP he should be voting for.

Im no longer voting them on multiple issues. Abortion, SIF, Bonfire Funds, Poor leadership, Poor record on job creation,  widespread take over of community groups among many things. Im not sure who I will vote yet as I don't know who will stand in Derry. I do think McCallion will lose her seat here, and I celebrated that win with great joy at the time.

Once McGuinness went it became a changed party. Adams is an embarrassment.

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General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: January 08, 2019, 10:50:20 AM »
People could just not vote, but unless Toibin gets going in a lot of constituencies there is no other candidate that is not promoting abortion.

Its partly the abortion thing with me especially the 12 weeks and their position on the conscience vote. But they are trying to be all things to all people on so many issues.

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General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: January 08, 2019, 12:37:23 AM »
After 25 years voting sf ive had enough, lost their way. Now giving out about peaceful protests outside abortion clinics. Do they not see the irony in this

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: January 03, 2019, 06:58:03 PM »
How much stock can we really put in an average Bellaghy side winning an unofficial minor tournament? A lot of people getting carried away.
It is an official competition sanctioned by the Ulster council. Bellaghy thoroughly outplayed every side they met in Ulster and their closest challengers were from within our own county. I think this is encouraging.
I notice in todays paper that this competition is classed as a tournament

I think it is. Same as the Screen hurling one. Not recognised as official competitions by GAA.
Whether it is a tournament or a competition, whether it is sanctioned or not, it is the pinnacle of club u18 football in Ulster and every club would love to win it

didnt say it wasnt
Well then whats your point? Tournament/Competition who really cares. Its a brilliant run competetournament and the best minor teams in Ulster compete in it each year.

I don't have a point. If you can manage to follow the thread you will see i simply answered another posters question. Terrible of  me

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: January 03, 2019, 03:19:34 PM »
How much stock can we really put in an average Bellaghy side winning an unofficial minor tournament? A lot of people getting carried away.
It is an official competition sanctioned by the Ulster council. Bellaghy thoroughly outplayed every side they met in Ulster and their closest challengers were from within our own county. I think this is encouraging.
I notice in todays paper that this competition is classed as a tournament

I think it is. Same as the Screen hurling one. Not recognised as official competitions by GAA.
Whether it is a tournament or a competition, whether it is sanctioned or not, it is the pinnacle of club u18 football in Ulster and every club would love to win it

didnt say it wasnt

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: January 03, 2019, 09:57:01 AM »
How much stock can we really put in an average Bellaghy side winning an unofficial minor tournament? A lot of people getting carried away.
It is an official competition sanctioned by the Ulster council. Bellaghy thoroughly outplayed every side they met in Ulster and their closest challengers were from within our own county. I think this is encouraging.
I notice in todays paper that this competition is classed as a tournament

I think it is. Same as the Screen hurling one. Not recognised as official competitions by GAA.

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: December 13, 2018, 07:56:01 AM »
If you were a Derry hurler you'd be considering a strike after those finances were announced Monday night

I was wondering if someone would mention Monday night. After that do you see the promotion of Hurling to the fore for 2019?

Its going to difficult. 24k for minor football versus 14k for senior hurling is nothing short of disrespectful. These hurlers played full national league and  Christy ring. 3k for minor hurlers wjo had a long enough campaign.


U20 footballers 24k. Then there was the expenses claimed by management. Zero by collie mc gurk and massive figure by mceerlain

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