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General discussion / Re: House fire in Omagh
« on: November 14, 2007, 05:08:20 PM »
'How do we know there was petrol found ?'

What I heard was that the firefighters who arrived on the scene first noticed a very strong smell of petrol.

Desperately, desperately  sad

General discussion / Re: Irish League Attendances
« on: November 13, 2007, 02:47:11 PM »
'If Sunday football is the issue when the is the LOI crowds not much better?'

Cos everybody's at the GAA matches

I don't think it will come to a strike.  But if it does, it will be interesting to see how many people cross a picket line at the turnstiles.. 

General discussion / Re: IFA begging Ireland players to play for them
« on: November 09, 2007, 01:11:30 PM »
Have to say the attitude of the Press, particularly the News Letter but also the Telegraph, stinks to high heaven.  There is no acceptance by IFA cheerleaders in these papers that nationalists in the six counties consider themselves Irish and nationalist football fans support the Republic.

The News Letter's editorial yesterday at the launch of its pathetic "Save Our Squad" campaign (i.e, stop Fenian bastards from the south playing for us, it's bad enough there's Fenian bastards from the north on the team) was laughable, saying how Windsor was this sectarian free oasis where nationalists could feel comfortable.

 These same organs pushed for articles 2 and 3 to be removed from the Irish constitution and gladly accepted that move, yet are unwilling to accept the guarantees for nationalist people in the six counties encompassed in the Good Friday Agreement that resulted from the change in the Republic's constitution.

Howard Wells hasn't covered himself in glory either.   An Englishman who, six weeks ago when interviewed on BBC Radio about the Darron Gibson case, was all "us" and "we".  This week on Newsline, when describing FIFA's view on the matter as "bizarre" had the gall to say that if someone who was "independent" like him, not being from here, thought it "bizarre", then what would other outsiders think of FIFA's view ... what a f****** w**ker.  I see 800 years of patronising English bastards telling the Irish what's good for them shows no signs of ending.

General discussion / Re: Fave Films/Hated films
« on: October 20, 2007, 12:27:05 PM »
... closely followed by Jude Law

General discussion / Re: Fave Films/Hated films
« on: October 20, 2007, 12:25:46 PM »
The worst film ever committed to celluloid is without doubt Peter's Friends starring Stephen Fry and all those other 'luvvies' (you know them). 

The worst actor in the world by a huge margin is Hugh Grant.

General discussion / Re: Gaelic Games 2 (For PS2)
« on: October 19, 2007, 07:54:22 PM »
'Please let one of the tasks be the second half of the Ulster semi-final in 1995 Tyrone vs Derry'

 :D :D :D :D :D :D

General discussion / Re: Northern Ireland on the lash..
« on: October 18, 2007, 04:01:48 PM »
'meaning the whole of the green and white army'

What? All 600 of you?  That's some 'army'

'You're not sounding like a Nazi, you're sounding like a tit. This is a thread about the Irish Football Association. '

You're absolutely right ... C'mon Sweden, stuff the bastards...

Not to sound like a Nazi here, but Hitler considered Austria part of a Greater Germany (thus the anchluss) and considered himself 100% German ... same percentage as the Sax-Coburg-Gotha-Windsors

'If by "youse boys" you mean those posters on this Board who are also fans of the NI soccer team, there is a thread on OWC'

What's the point?  You stifle debate by banning anybody that doesn't toe the party line ... bit like that funny wee moustached boyo who started World War II and is the same nationality as your beloved monarch

Youse boys are very quiet about the weekend revelation that your boss Howard Wells helped negotiate a lucrative 500,000 IFA deal with a ticketing firm while he was also in partnership with the successful company  ... a contract that was not put out to tender because the aformentioned Mr Wells decided - on his own initiative - that the aformentioned firm with which he was still in partnership with could do the job better than anyone else .... mmmm, no conflict of interest there, eh?

General discussion / Re: Wee Willie Frazer
« on: October 12, 2007, 04:46:10 PM »
'The Lagan Valley MP said that Mr Ahern was asked to consider providing Irish diplomatic pressure to seek compensation from the Libyan government for supplying weapons used in hundreds of IRA attacks'

Good idea Daniel O'Donnell. And maybe you'd be willing to provide pressure yourself on the British government to seek compensation for the victims of collusion carried out by the so-called forces of law and order

General discussion / Re: WINDSOR PARK UNDER THREAT
« on: October 08, 2007, 05:05:02 PM »
'Too many Freemasons making money outta Norn Iron at Windsor!'
That's a fairly serious allegation, I presume you have some evidence to back it up.

Wasn't part of the problem with the Keith Gillespie incident on the plane back from Iceland that he and other players were pissed as farts.  The reason they were pissed as farts was the fact, unlike other professionally run teams who get the first available flight back after matches, was that these self-same freemasons (ie the travelling committee members of the IFA) were - as they are wont to do - enjoying the gratis hospitality
 laid on by by their hosts or paid for out of IFA expenses, and the team could fly back home only when they'd stuffed their fat arses with grilled puffins, whale meat and all the hooch they could stomach.

PS  Why do people insist on calling Windsor a 'national' stadium and 'international' venue?  You have to be a 'country' to qualify for such terms...

General discussion / Re: Most important irishmen of the 20th Century
« on: October 05, 2007, 08:30:20 PM »
Tony O'Reilly? Suck my f****** plums. 

Kevin Myers was, basically, sacked from the Irish Times for describing the progeny of unmarried Irish girls as "bastards".  Kevin Myers was then employed by Indepentent New & Media.  The head of Independent News & Media is Tony O'Reilly.  Tony O'Reilly is probably Ireland's best known "bastard" (I'm talking the dictionary term here, folks).  A good friend of mine was one of the first journalists to intervierw Myers after his switch to IN&M ... he specifically asked Myers how he squared his view of Irish "bastards" with the fact he was now sucking off the teet of the best-known "bastard" in Ireland. Guess what? Kevin Myers, the man with an opinon on everything, refused to discuss the matter.

How can someone like O'Reilly EVEN be discussed in the same breath as Collins, Tom Clarke, James Connolly etc. 

This is the only man in the world with an honourary knighthood who INSISTS on be addressed as SIR Tony O'Reilly.  Great Irishmen? He's not an Irishman.

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