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General discussion / Re: You're All British in the North Now!!
« on: October 15, 2019, 09:59:59 AM »
I'd say it's not the end of this yet as regards the courts. As an oul bigoted ballix from Ballymena famously said: Never, Never, Never!!!!!!

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General discussion / Re: The OFFICIAL FAI Thread.....Roll on France 2016
« on: October 15, 2019, 09:54:35 AM »
Things are bad when you take a 35 year old Glenn Whelan out of retirement.

He never retired, he was just dropped!

I remember last year there was a big hullabaloo at a home match when they said this was Whelans last game before retiring. Nearly sure he went off to a standing ovation as well.

Unless he fooled everybody just to get a big cake.

Whelan has since said that it was MoN who announced his retirement, not himself, that he was bounced into it in effect. Maybe MoN didn't realise that he was the one who'd be shown the door first.

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General discussion / Re: Poppy Watch
« on: October 13, 2019, 10:09:19 PM »
I saw my 1st poppy of the year today, in Dublin Airport of all places. The whole of Norn Iron seemed to be there on route to Amsterdam for tomoro nights game. Plenty of tops etc but one guy had a jersey with the biggest poppy I ever seen emblazoned on the front of it....
Whatís the story with poppys in the south? Saw two people wearing them this time last year and was taken aback. Didnít think anyone wore them. Both were fairly old people.

I've never seen anyone wear one in the south but maybe the west brit D4s would have a few candidates that would wear them.

Had lunch in the Hillgrove in Monaghan a good few years ago and saw a couple wearing them. Got my attention as i wouldn't have expected it there. Not unusual to see the odd one around Dublin
Naive

Brave people  ;D I was in Frames in Belfast one lunchtime when a guy walked in wearing an England shirt. Was just when tourism was taking off, and fella was obviously non the wiser. After the silence was broken couple of locals went up and shook his hand for being the ballsiest man in Belfast that day.

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General discussion / Re: The Troubles - A Secret History
« on: October 07, 2019, 09:19:17 PM »
Believe 'victims' campaigner Willy's terrorism links (surprise surprise) will be covered in this week's show. The hypocrisy of unionists/loyalists is truly vomit inducing.

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General discussion / Re: Ruth Dudley Edwards: a brain to be reckoned with
« on: October 02, 2019, 02:52:23 PM »
She'll probably use the contents of the article in the Daily Gail as part of her defence to any libel. But, ironically, the Finucanes could also use it as evidence of obsessive, harassing behaviour against the family despite the fact she has been found to have committed defamation in the past. I really hope they take the old b**tard for every penny she has and finally put her out of her misery.

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General discussion / Re: Ruth Dudley Edwards: a brain to be reckoned with
« on: October 01, 2019, 05:39:01 PM »
Dudley Edwards at it again. These days the focus of her hate filled drivel appears to be John Finucane. In Monday's Belfast Telegraph she chastises John because of the company he keeps. That company is Conor Murphy, Gerry Kelly and Caral Ni Chuilin, who are all members of the political party of which John is a member.

Extract...

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I'd love to believe that Sinn Fein are genuine about reconciliation, but they don't half make it difficult. Just look at last week and the meeting of Sinn Fein's North Belfast constituency members to select John Finucane as their candidate for the next general election to defeat the DUP's Nigel Dodds.

Mr Finucane is  even being tipped as a future Irish President. Clearly, Sinn Fein think he's very special.

I watched a video of the meeting, which began with Mr Finucane striding into the crowded room ahead of Conor Murphy, Gerry Kelly and Caral Ni Chuilin.

For someone who assures us he reaches out to unionists, craves equality for all and is hoping to win over the centre ground, his companions should have been a bit of an embarrassment.

Murphy was sentenced in 1982 to five years for possession of explosives and IRA membership; after a 1973 London bombing campaign, Kelly was sentenced to two life sentences, plus 20 years, and during a violent mass escape in 1983, shot a prison officer in the head and then went on the run; and Ni Chuilin was arrested in 1989 after trying to place a booby-trap bomb at an RUC station and was sentenced to eight years.

Now, we should be prepared to allow people to put their pasts behind them.

But when you've been involved in violent criminality, it's hardly unreasonable to expect from you some degree of contrition before you're welcomed into the fold.

....

I heard she was being sued for libel by the Finucanes over a Twitter post a while back.If she's done for that then it'll come out of the twisted oul hag's own bank account, not that of the papers that pay for her awful drivel. She really is an odious human being.

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General discussion / Re: Wrightbus
« on: September 25, 2019, 05:50:50 PM »
North Antrim's perma-disgraced MP has seen all these local businesses go down the tubes under his watch and still keeps getting elected  ::)

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General discussion / Re: Wrightbus
« on: September 25, 2019, 02:47:50 PM »
Read somewhere during week, can't remember where, that employees had part of their salary deducted to go to the religious nutters' planned Ballymena Disneyland. Apparently one guy objected and promptly lost his job. ASFAIK, it's illegal to deduct anything from salary that is not tax/national insurance without the employee's permission. Added to that, their buses are supposed to be absolute shite and hated by many commuters in London

What a pathetic comment. Apparently, can't remember, supposed and shite.

I'll take that as a badge of honour, coming from the biggest clown on the board since Fearon was banned  ;D

Youíve had a nightmare there trailer son.

Did I?
AFAIK? Maybe? Go and check? People love a good rumour. If you think Wrightbus were deducing money from peoples wages WITHOUT THEIR CONSENT then you're in cloud cuckoo-land.

It's sad that these jobs are going to be lost. Hopefully someone will come in and buy the healthy parts of the business and keep the employment in the area.

There certainly was a story a few days ago from a person in exactly this situation, can't rem where I read it though but it was a named person who lost their job due to objecting to making the contribution.

They'd have been all right if Wrightbus was only deducing money from their salary without their consent, though  ::)

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General discussion / Re: The OFFICIAL FAI Thread.....Roll on France 2016
« on: September 24, 2019, 09:36:25 PM »
Accidentally turned onto Dundalk v Shamrock Rovers yesterday, early in the second half.  Now it helped that I saw a few goals, but was pleasantly surprised with the standard, and in particular the style of play of both teams. Both played very attractive , attacking football and everyone seemed very comfortable on the ball. Very enjoyable!

Great to see an Irishman starting up front for one of the big six cross channel. Even if it is just the league cup. Good luck Troy and Spurs!

Would watch a bit of LoI and Irish League football, and the former is of a much higher standard IMO

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General discussion / Re: Wrightbus
« on: September 24, 2019, 06:47:53 PM »
Read somewhere during week, can't remember where, that employees had part of their salary deducted to go to the religious nutters' planned Ballymena Disneyland. Apparently one guy objected and promptly lost his job. ASFAIK, it's illegal to deduct anything from salary that is not tax/national insurance without the employee's permission. Added to that, their buses are supposed to be absolute shite and hated by many commuters in London

What a pathetic comment. Apparently, can't remember, supposed and shite.

I'll take that as a badge of honour, coming from the biggest clown on the board since Fearon was banned  ;D

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General discussion / Re: Wrightbus
« on: September 24, 2019, 03:21:06 PM »
Read somewhere during week, can't remember where, that employees had part of their salary deducted to go to the religious nutters' planned Ballymena Disneyland. Apparently one guy objected and promptly lost his job. ASFAIK, it's illegal to deduct anything from salary that is not tax/national insurance without the employee's permission. Added to that, their buses are supposed to be absolute shite and hated by many commuters in London

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General discussion / Re: 💩 DUP C*ntwatch
« on: September 12, 2019, 06:57:17 PM »
Nelson 'Red Sky' McCausland, failed politician and kilt-wearing all-round bigot. Tele is just a DUP propaganda sheet, but as no one buys the rag anymore (its circulation has plummeted), I wouldn't get too annoyed, it's in its death throes...

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General discussion / Re: The SDLP
« on: September 11, 2019, 01:02:05 PM »
Margaret Ritchie to enter the lords. Jesus wept, I know the SDLP are sore at having no MP's and I know that she has technically resigned. But HTF on principle can any Irish Nationalist join the lords?

Hardly a surprise;




Margaret still taking the soup.

Typical stoop. Brits wave a wee bauble or bit of ermine their way and they're bowing and scraping. A failed politician who claims she will represent nationakists in Lords. She can fcuk right off

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General discussion / Re: GB Car Stickers
« on: September 06, 2019, 01:11:03 PM »
No one with any self respect is putting that sticker on their car.

Unionists will.

As they rage against the dying of the light

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GAA Discussion / Re: Dublin v Kerry All Ireland Final 2019
« on: September 03, 2019, 04:38:58 PM »
Anybody know any bars in Side in Turkey likely to be showing the replay?

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