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GAA Discussion / Re: Tyrone's noughties team would stuff the Dubs!
« on: September 16, 2018, 04:39:21 PM »
Tyrone might not lay a glove on Dublin, but they would manage a dig, knee, kick or stamp, plus a bit of sledging.

Still hurting? Good  :)

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General discussion / Re: Primark fire in belfast
« on: August 30, 2018, 04:13:05 PM »
Believe the actual extension wasn't too badly affected by the blaze, if not the smoke. I would walk past it every night up Castle Street after midnight home from work and they would be still battering away, seemed a 24-hour job for the last year or so, plenty of south Derry boys judging by the accents. That being the case, hopefully they can rebuild quickly. There are a few empty buildings in city centre, maybe Primark can use one of them in meantime so nobody loses their job

How far did the extension go back down Castle Street, Red? From my view point this morning, looking down Fountain Street towards it, there seems to be considerable damage - certainly at roof level - just at the Fountain Street junction, which is a good bit back from the front.

Just going on reports I heard. It must be a fair size considering the amount of time they were working at it and the length of time Castle Street was down to one one-way lane. Think it might go beyond Fountain St junction, tbh

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General discussion / Re: Primark fire in belfast
« on: August 29, 2018, 05:48:39 PM »
Believe the actual extension wasn't too badly affected by the blaze, if not the smoke. I would walk past it every night up Castle Street after midnight home from work and they would be still battering away, seemed a 24-hour job for the last year or so, plenty of south Derry boys judging by the accents. That being the case, hopefully they can rebuild quickly. There are a few empty buildings in city centre, maybe Primark can use one of them in meantime so nobody loses their job

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General discussion / Re: Arlene's bigotry shines through
« on: August 28, 2018, 05:01:05 PM »
If memory serves me correctly, were compromises not made, and a deal done, until that sectarian unelected body, the orange order pulled it?? Would these protests not be more beneficial actually aiming the pressure somewhere useful and concentrating on that?

The Shinners basically caved on all their red lines to get a deal (assholes) and it was thrown back in their faces when the DUP couldn't sell it to the Orange Order and (let's not forget) their good mates in the UDA. Spineless f**kers might as well play hardball from now on as the DUP has shown them what they think of compromise. Board up Stormont for good and let's wait for Brexit and the demographics to put the final nail in the coffin of this failed, putrid little statelet. The myth that the MLAs need to get back to work so everything will be hunky dory is utter crap. What did the useless shower do all the time they were there?

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General discussion / Re: Brexit.
« on: August 24, 2018, 04:19:57 PM »
The DUP are saying something....

Let's build a bridge to scotland for 15 billion quid! (No this is not made up)
Who's going to pay for it?
Scots won't anyway :D

Signal of utter desperation. See what way the wind is blowing demographics-wise and Brexit-wise, refuse to engage meaningfully with the indigenous Irish people of the occupied six, but propose this fantasy as if it's actually a possibility, to somehow keep link with their 'brethren' in lowland Scotland ... what a shower of deluded w**kers

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GAA Discussion / Re: Should Tyrone speak to RTE
« on: August 23, 2018, 07:46:17 PM »
https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/gaa/comment-rte-statement-is-designed-to-inflict-maximum-damage-on-tyrone-ahead-of-all-ireland-final-37239439.html

That journo cannot have wrote that seriously, right? It reads like something from Waterford Whispers.

Cringy stuff.

Careful lads, the southerners are teaming up to get the nordies..

Makes a change from yis deserting us in 1921  >:(

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GAA Discussion / Re: Should Tyrone speak to RTE
« on: August 21, 2018, 11:18:06 PM »
Were Tyrone paranoid when they were winning all Irelands or did it develop afterwards?

This skit would never be done on Pat Gilroy or Jack O'Connor.  It wouldn't?

Gilroy has done little to be parody-worthy, while Jacko's preening is much more subtle and only GAA anoraks are really aware of it. Harte has been a good source of material with his Godsaveus stuff and butter-wouldn't-melt public persona. Which is made all the worse when he's overseen the most cynical (at times brutally so) team the sport has ever seen. Comedy usually focuses on hypocrisies so of course there's a bullseye on Harte's arse when it comes to GAA skits.

Don't fall for the Tyronie 'they're all out to us' guff, Bunker.

You're to be pitied rather than condemned  ::)

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General discussion / Re: Jamie Bryson
« on: August 17, 2018, 10:03:50 PM »
'War hero' Doug's 'Oh I'm so moderate' mask slips ... he'd sicken your shite

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General discussion / Re: Jamie Bryson
« on: August 17, 2018, 05:03:05 PM »
Quote
Woyalist blogger Jwamie Bwyson awested by powice

The loyalist blogger Jamie Bryson has claimed he was the man arrested and later released by the PSNI on Thursday.

The PSNI said the arrest was connected to an investigation into criminality linked to the UVF in east Belfast. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-45213991


An yet that fat mess Nolan gives him air time!!

And that utter cnut Kate Hoey is up his hole. Wonder will the little scrote launch another 2-hour hunger strike if he's done

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GAA Discussion / Re: Your countyís toughest defeat to stomach
« on: August 16, 2018, 09:02:02 PM »
Not a defeat but not winning and throwing away a munster football final in thurles against cork in 2002 was very tough, arses handed to us in the replay.

Tyrone under 21 AI final in 2015

Cavan in the league last year was tough because its a game we should have wrapped up and gained promotion from but let it slip.....Roscommon last year was more of a freak result losing it slip and at the time wasnt the all or nothing game the cavan one was.

Real ding-dong battle in the rain that could have gone either way.

Dublin All-Ireland final 1995.
Meath 1996 All-Ireland semi-final.
Any defeat by the inbreds (but that's nothing we're going to have to worry about in the future  ;))

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A Pyrrhic victory for Throne with the Dubz up next

If you're not in it, you can't win it. Can't see us playing as bad as that against the Dubs. Very nervy shooting-wise. Should have been well ahead at half-time.

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The flag already represents the two traditions.

End of.

Anthem is fine.

+1

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GAA Discussion / Re: Donegal v Tyrone, Sunday Aug 5, Ballybofey
« on: August 05, 2018, 07:12:03 PM »
The histrionics and play acting was a joke today. Some of these Gaelic footballers should take a good look at themselves with the exaggeration and feigning injury. For a wannabe hard but Cavanagh does some amount of rolling on the turf but heís only one of many. Compared to the hurlingbthey are wimps.

Tyrone have been the masters of the dark arts for years. The Cavanagh brothers in particular have reached some serious lows in that department.

Having said that it's becoming just as common in hurling. A few Galway players went down like they'd been shot today after the slightest of touches to try and get players went off.

They've brought in suspensions for blatant diving in England for the football and it should be introduced here as well. The only problem with the GAA is enforcing the rule due to an antiquated and out of date rule book that sees so many clear suspensions overturned for farcicial/technical reasons

Did anybody get bitten?

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GAA Discussion / Re: Kerry v Kildare
« on: August 04, 2018, 07:43:14 PM »
It might have been entertaining to see them take a big beating off Dublin though, moreso for the pundit meltdown.
Yep, that would have been very enjoyable

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General discussion / Re: Brexit.
« on: August 03, 2018, 06:59:21 PM »
I would change the word protestant to loyalist there.

The Shankill and sandy rowe are loyalist areas. Catholics couldn't move there.

Places like upper Newtownards road and Dundonald could arguably be classed as protestant areas. Catholics can move to most of either of these two places with no issues.

Aye, as long as they keep their heads down

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