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General discussion / Re: The Fine Gael thread
« on: December 08, 2022, 02:29:36 PM »
Mind my name for you? G**p

Yeah I'm familiar with it. You've called me it 5 or 6 times now I'm sure.

Four instances of personal abuse is supposed to earn you a permanent ban around here, so here's hoping   ::)

Because you are.

Anyhow where did I say I wasnt interested? I couldnt care about a ban. Gone you off crying like a wee cry a baby again to mods

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General discussion / Re: The Fine Gael thread
« on: December 08, 2022, 12:38:27 PM »
I see caught on video in a nightclub shifting the face of a young lad who isn't his partner. Personally I couldn't care less

Why bother posting then, he can do what he wants


Imagine someone coming onto a thread to announce they aren't interested in the topic being discussed. I remember somebody doing something similar on the Celtic thread recently:

Never will get the Celtic thing.grew out of it at 15.

Where did i say i wasn't interested?

Jesus that's sad there on the Celtic thing. Mind my name for you? G**p

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General discussion / Re: The Fine Gael thread
« on: December 08, 2022, 10:14:51 AM »
I see caught on video in a nightclub shifting the face of a young lad who isn't his partner. Personally I couldn't care less but the silence of media today is worth noting. Would it be so silent if

1 - it was a woman TD caught snogging a man who wasn't her partner

Or

2 - if it was Mary Lou McDonald (this would be front page news for 6 months)

Why bother posting then, he can do what he wants

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GAA Discussion / Re: Ulster club championship
« on: December 07, 2022, 11:15:22 PM »
Milltown, it's very obvious from posts on here and the past on the Derry county team you got a problem with the county in general.

As saffron said Iím just arguing for the sake of it, if you take it too seriously give your head a wobble

And fear, get back in that box again

Lol. Like a wee jack in the box

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GAA Discussion / Re: Ulster club championship
« on: December 07, 2022, 10:21:33 PM »
Milltown, it's very obvious from posts on here and the past on the Derry county team you got a problem with the county in general.

Agreed

No he just argues black is white on just about every thread on this board

Agreed arŪs

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GAA Discussion / Re: Ulster club championship
« on: December 07, 2022, 09:18:00 PM »
Milltown, it's very obvious from posts on here and the past on the Derry county team you got a problem with the county in general.

Agreed

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Antrim / Re: Antrim Hurling
« on: December 07, 2022, 09:06:47 PM »
Finals are for winning. Delighted for Dunloy to be honest. Same as Loughgiel in the Camogie. Slaughtneil were at the point where they would have been living in their heads so a great achievement to get over the line against them.

Were lucky in that camogie final, Síneil werenít great and missed some scores, handling errors all over the place..

Lol. Sweet Jesus , isn't this what you were slagging me for. Let's get the camogie convention going, bŠn handling errors lol

No, keep up, I said Iím taking the piss, though you could see that, I hadnít even watched it!!

Now back in your box, did Derry win anything at club level in hurling/camogie  this year?

Not this year unfortunately, but we are a humble people .

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Antrim / Re: Antrim Hurling
« on: December 07, 2022, 08:09:52 PM »
Finals are for winning. Delighted for Dunloy to be honest. Same as Loughgiel in the Camogie. Slaughtneil were at the point where they would have been living in their heads so a great achievement to get over the line against them.

Were lucky in that camogie final, Síneil werenít great and missed some scores, handling errors all over the place..

Lol. Sweet Jesus , isn't this what you were slagging me for. Let's get the camogie convention going, bŠn handling errors lol

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Antrim / Re: Antrim Hurling
« on: December 07, 2022, 12:00:52 PM »
Are you saying they are too old now? So be even worse next year based on that synopsis?

I never said though it was a classic or great performance it was job done against the reigning champions for past load of years.

Getting over the line handsomely or ugly is all that matters..
No am saying theyíve a lot of continuous miles on the clock, thatís all I said. The result is all dunloy will and should care about but it wasnít this performance that was referred too. I really forgot your not really aloud an opinion in here. Iíll get back in my box lol

It wasn't an A game from Dunloy but it was never going to be, SN are superb at stifling and bullying the opposition which they've managed to do successfully the last three times.
Dunloy needed to stand up to that and during the game I think I posted that they were holding their own in the physical collisions which they indeed were so they've improved on that aspect which going into the game was being questioned by us armchair experts and having that part of their game will stand to them against St Thomas' and then a hard (but slippy) sod in Croke Park could allow them to get the forwards flowing the way they can.

I'd give them more than a decent chance against St Thomas' but only a fool would think that the eventual winners aren't coming out of the other semi-final.

If anything Ballygunner have improved but absolutely no one rights off Ballyhale in a one off championship game.

winner is in the Ballyhale/Ballygunner game. Slaughtneil for me were never going to win AI and a fluke goal got Dunloy over the line against them

A fluke goal a great save some splendid points, well taken goal and some hard defending... Back in your box now

You are a wile angry man, my point was not a swipe at anyone.

Yeah the fluke goal  ;) seems like a swipe to me  ;D

Like I said, back in your box  ;D

Put some  ;D in there in case you think I'm being angry

My point is. Slaughtneil we're not in my mind going whole way. After Dunloy game I've not changed my mind on that and they still could have won bar a fluke goal. Put Slaughtneil on back foot completely . I did think they would beat Dunloy

Didn't they have almost the whole game to recover from that goal? A team of their stature. Dunloy were ready and hungry on the day, showed in the way they went again after it was level.

They also got back on parity for a while after that goal, but Dunloy made the substitutions to kick on, Slaughtneil couldn't respond accordingly.

Dunloy the better team irrespective of the flukey goal, but not by a whole pile and if they meet next year it would still be a 50/50 game for me.

What was the red card for near the end?

They were better team, not denying that, but a flukey goal was needed to get them over line, completely freak goal. Red card for a stamp-out of order

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Antrim / Re: Antrim Hurling
« on: December 07, 2022, 11:59:27 AM »
Are you saying they are too old now? So be even worse next year based on that synopsis?

I never said though it was a classic or great performance it was job done against the reigning champions for past load of years.

Getting over the line handsomely or ugly is all that matters..
No am saying theyíve a lot of continuous miles on the clock, thatís all I said. The result is all dunloy will and should care about but it wasnít this performance that was referred too. I really forgot your not really aloud an opinion in here. Iíll get back in my box lol

It wasn't an A game from Dunloy but it was never going to be, SN are superb at stifling and bullying the opposition which they've managed to do successfully the last three times.
Dunloy needed to stand up to that and during the game I think I posted that they were holding their own in the physical collisions which they indeed were so they've improved on that aspect which going into the game was being questioned by us armchair experts and having that part of their game will stand to them against St Thomas' and then a hard (but slippy) sod in Croke Park could allow them to get the forwards flowing the way they can.

I'd give them more than a decent chance against St Thomas' but only a fool would think that the eventual winners aren't coming out of the other semi-final.

If anything Ballygunner have improved but absolutely no one rights off Ballyhale in a one off championship game.

winner is in the Ballyhale/Ballygunner game. Slaughtneil for me were never going to win AI and a fluke goal got Dunloy over the line against them

A fluke goal a great save some splendid points, well taken goal and some hard defending... Back in your box now

You are a wile angry man, my point was not a swipe at anyone.

Yeah the fluke goal  ;) seems like a swipe to me  ;D

Like I said, back in your box  ;D

Put some  ;D in there in case you think I'm being angry

My point is. Slaughtneil we're not in my mind going whole way. After Dunloy game I've not changed my mind on that and they still could have won bar a fluke goal. Put Slaughtneil on back foot completely . I did think they would beat Dunloy

Didn't they have almost the whole game to recover from that goal? A team of their stature. Dunloy were ready and hungry on the day, showed in the way they went again after it was level.

Yeah not disagreeing, they almost did.

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Antrim / Re: Antrim Hurling
« on: December 07, 2022, 10:34:55 AM »
Are you saying they are too old now? So be even worse next year based on that synopsis?

I never said though it was a classic or great performance it was job done against the reigning champions for past load of years.

Getting over the line handsomely or ugly is all that matters..
No am saying theyíve a lot of continuous miles on the clock, thatís all I said. The result is all dunloy will and should care about but it wasnít this performance that was referred too. I really forgot your not really aloud an opinion in here. Iíll get back in my box lol

It wasn't an A game from Dunloy but it was never going to be, SN are superb at stifling and bullying the opposition which they've managed to do successfully the last three times.
Dunloy needed to stand up to that and during the game I think I posted that they were holding their own in the physical collisions which they indeed were so they've improved on that aspect which going into the game was being questioned by us armchair experts and having that part of their game will stand to them against St Thomas' and then a hard (but slippy) sod in Croke Park could allow them to get the forwards flowing the way they can.

I'd give them more than a decent chance against St Thomas' but only a fool would think that the eventual winners aren't coming out of the other semi-final.

If anything Ballygunner have improved but absolutely no one rights off Ballyhale in a one off championship game.

winner is in the Ballyhale/Ballygunner game. Slaughtneil for me were never going to win AI and a fluke goal got Dunloy over the line against them

A fluke goal a great save some splendid points, well taken goal and some hard defending... Back in your box now

You are a wile angry man, my point was not a swipe at anyone.

Yeah the fluke goal  ;) seems like a swipe to me  ;D

Like I said, back in your box  ;D

Put some  ;D in there in case you think I'm being angry

My point is. Slaughtneil we're not in my mind going whole way. After Dunloy game I've not changed my mind on that and they still could have won bar a fluke goal. Put Slaughtneil on back foot completely . I did think they would beat Dunloy

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Antrim / Re: Antrim Hurling
« on: December 07, 2022, 09:46:12 AM »
Are you saying they are too old now? So be even worse next year based on that synopsis?

I never said though it was a classic or great performance it was job done against the reigning champions for past load of years.

Getting over the line handsomely or ugly is all that matters..
No am saying theyíve a lot of continuous miles on the clock, thatís all I said. The result is all dunloy will and should care about but it wasnít this performance that was referred too. I really forgot your not really aloud an opinion in here. Iíll get back in my box lol

It wasn't an A game from Dunloy but it was never going to be, SN are superb at stifling and bullying the opposition which they've managed to do successfully the last three times.
Dunloy needed to stand up to that and during the game I think I posted that they were holding their own in the physical collisions which they indeed were so they've improved on that aspect which going into the game was being questioned by us armchair experts and having that part of their game will stand to them against St Thomas' and then a hard (but slippy) sod in Croke Park could allow them to get the forwards flowing the way they can.

I'd give them more than a decent chance against St Thomas' but only a fool would think that the eventual winners aren't coming out of the other semi-final.

If anything Ballygunner have improved but absolutely no one rights off Ballyhale in a one off championship game.

winner is in the Ballyhale/Ballygunner game. Slaughtneil for me were never going to win AI and a fluke goal got Dunloy over the line against them

A fluke goal a great save some splendid points, well taken goal and some hard defending... Back in your box now

You are a wile angry man, my point was not a swipe at anyone.

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Antrim / Re: Antrim Hurling
« on: December 07, 2022, 09:28:33 AM »
Are you saying they are too old now? So be even worse next year based on that synopsis?

I never said though it was a classic or great performance it was job done against the reigning champions for past load of years.

Getting over the line handsomely or ugly is all that matters..
No am saying theyíve a lot of continuous miles on the clock, thatís all I said. The result is all dunloy will and should care about but it wasnít this performance that was referred too. I really forgot your not really aloud an opinion in here. Iíll get back in my box lol

It wasn't an A game from Dunloy but it was never going to be, SN are superb at stifling and bullying the opposition which they've managed to do successfully the last three times.
Dunloy needed to stand up to that and during the game I think I posted that they were holding their own in the physical collisions which they indeed were so they've improved on that aspect which going into the game was being questioned by us armchair experts and having that part of their game will stand to them against St Thomas' and then a hard (but slippy) sod in Croke Park could allow them to get the forwards flowing the way they can.

I'd give them more than a decent chance against St Thomas' but only a fool would think that the eventual winners aren't coming out of the other semi-final.

If anything Ballygunner have improved but absolutely no one rights off Ballyhale in a one off championship game.

winner is in the Ballyhale/Ballygunner game. Slaughtneil for me were never going to win AI and a fluke goal got Dunloy over the line against them

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General discussion / Re: A United Ireland. Opening up the discussion.
« on: December 07, 2022, 08:28:49 AM »
If the poll was accurate, it would mean that unity was losing 19% points from Sinn Fein and SDLP voters. I am basing that on Sinn Fein at 30% (13% of the 30 not voting UI) and SDLP at 9% (6% of the 9% not voting UI). Hard to believe that is accurate. If it is, then Michele and Colum have a job on their hands to sell unity. However Ireland's Future needs less grey haired cranky old men. Some of those lads are about as effective selling unity as Arlene will be selling the Union. Freshen it up with younger, diverse voices.

This doesn't seem accurate to me, I would say cranky old men very much the minority on any of the lineups I've seen, or indeed on the board

Stale

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General discussion / Re: On this day.
« on: December 06, 2022, 02:35:34 PM »
https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-northern-ireland-63868297

Imagine having to tell a young girl she was dying

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