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Messages - Boolerhead Mel

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His uncle Micky McDonald starred for Armagh in the 80's also played for Cliftonville.

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General discussion / Re: The Battle for Fermanagh and South Tyrone
« on: May 02, 2010, 10:00:43 PM »
I very rarely post on this board but without doubt ardmhachaabu has to be the biggest p***k that posts here-a serial liar and has no shame when he is found out!!

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General discussion / Re: Buying a Car
« on: August 03, 2009, 09:33:47 PM »
Cheque?

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General discussion / Re: Buying a house
« on: June 05, 2009, 03:15:45 PM »
Fermgeal

I have a feeling you are correct -but is there anyway of proving an estate agent is using sharp practise-I did feel like calling them a liar on the phone but bit my tongue!

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General discussion / Re: Buying a house
« on: June 05, 2009, 02:52:42 PM »
Estate agents are still greedy f**kers and liars. I hope to sign for a house in the next few days. But in Jan I had a bid for a house accepted. 2 days later a higher offer was made so I said thanks but no thanks. 2 weeks later I had a call from the estate agent looking to know if I was still interested I was not-so they must have went back to the bidder I beat-he to declined. The house is now on the market for 15000 less than I offered. I also had a bid of 145000 turned down on another property which is now on for 135000. One word of advice do not listen to one word these lying f**ks say. Just look at property news-very few houses are shifting still anywhere.     

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General discussion / Re: Your tipple... at a house party?
« on: May 05, 2009, 01:09:36 PM »
In the day I would bring a bottle of Buckie and 12 Tennants and 40 Snouts- doubt if I could drink that now. Once at a party I drunk the usual before tucking into a bottle of bushmills I had bought the host. I ended up walking down the M1 towards Lurgan at 4.30am-no idea how a got there. One other chap at the party ended up spending the night wrapped up in a carpet in the coalshed!! Crazy Days and Crazy Nights!!

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I would have to agree with Roger-the masons have been in decline for years in the north. My Father in law is one and to this end I had lunch with him a few years ago in rosemary st (think that building is closed now) lovely food by the way. I do not know what they get up at thier meeting but they do organise charity events BBQ's that kind of thing. From what I gather most of them would be very old my father in law is in his early 60's and would be one of the younger ones. I don't think that they have issues with the Catholic church as he attended my kids christening no problem. They have no links with the OO-my father in law detests them however yuo can be in both 

Is Rosemary St the place near the entrance to Victoria Square?


No the rest of them have pinpointed it-can't miss it-talking of the 3 C's-anybody been in it have walked past often enough is the drink cheap?
Some boys in our place are avoiding the usual hunts and heading to the busmens club for a pint as it is a lot cheaper than the pubS?

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I would have to agree with Roger-the masons have been in decline for years in the north. My Father in law is one and to this end I had lunch with him a few years ago in rosemary st (think that building is closed now) lovely food by the way. I do not know what they get up at thier meeting but they do organise charity events BBQ's that kind of thing. From what I gather most of them would be very old my father in law is in his early 60's and would be one of the younger ones. I don't think that they have issues with the Catholic church as he attended my kids christening no problem. They have no links with the OO-my father in law detests them however yuo can be in both 

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General discussion / Newspaper article Helpl
« on: April 27, 2009, 09:08:30 AM »
I have just been on the Newshound website and read a rather odd article by Jim Cusack. In it he describes people as "Scobes" I have not heard this before. From reading his article I assume that this term would be used to describe someone who is not to bright. Would this be the case and where did it come from??     

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General discussion / Re: DUP Rubbish through the letter box
« on: April 18, 2009, 07:21:04 AM »
I got a Willie McCrea leaflet the other day. It was about the size of a takeaway menu-yet he managed to have 11 photos of himself on it. Vain F**ker 

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General discussion / Re: 50 Dead Men Walking
« on: April 12, 2009, 10:09:10 PM »
You gotta love  calling himself an "agent" working for the branch as if he was recruited for his intellect and guile. He was nothing but a 2 bob tout who loved money more than his family and friends. Suffering from depression and to much drink living on benefits good enough for the c**t

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General discussion / Re: The Budget
« on: April 07, 2009, 11:59:10 AM »
Reading in the Irisn news today that dole for a single man is 204  per week when it works out at about 54 in the North-no wonder there is so much dole tourism going on!!

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General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic thread
« on: April 06, 2009, 08:47:16 AM »
Mainstreet

don't be an ass-my opinion was not based on the match on sat-but over the last 4 years.

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General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic thread
« on: April 05, 2009, 09:26:39 AM »
Right all the Chesney Haters who is it you want to replace him?
The first  manager since Stein to win 3 in a row and you want him out Why?

The football is better to watch than it was under ONeill

So who do you want to be the next manager-and please be realistic

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General discussion / Re: The official Glasgow Rangers thread
« on: April 03, 2009, 03:53:09 PM »
Carribear

I hope you are taking the piss about Baz being worth 20 mill and McGregor being in the top 5 keepers-if not please PM me as i wish to buy some of the shit you are smoking!!

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