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I got into the tunes going to an older cousins house in the summer holidays back in the day. Meat loaf bat out of hell was the main stay. I know every word of that album. Quiet riot cum on feel the noise. Def Leppard etc. First album I bought myself was kiss destroyer. I was p6. That's been me since. Countless gigs countless album's later. I would listen to 5 new albums every month at least. f**king live for it.

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General discussion / Re: Lurgan
« on: June 11, 2021, 10:38:33 PM »
Had a few pints of stout in the stables mid week. Great pint of Guinness.

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General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic thread
« on: June 10, 2021, 08:23:47 PM »
Best of luck to him, hope he's given time, money and patience.

Realistically heíll be gone by christmas, maybe february at the latest. The next appointment will have to be much better and the preparation should start now.

LOL

Next manager shortlist

Rafa Benetiz
Roy Keane
Jose Mourinhou
Jack Ross
Neil Lennon
Jimmy McGuinness
Paul from the Green Brigade
 

You know something. I'm not even joking when I say this. I would love to give you a good slap.

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General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic thread
« on: May 28, 2021, 05:26:46 PM »
Shambles of a club got. Wtf is going on.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Underage training
« on: May 25, 2021, 05:33:22 PM »
Yeah the "Nursery Club" is great for getting the kids down, doing some fundamental movements and being a part of the club.  I must say too, we are in a town with lots of competing clubs.  It's become near essential to start this early or you fall behind in terms of numbers.... There are too many clubs in our area in truth.

How have you coaches found the return to play after the lockdown? My own experience has been a shocking lack of fitness.  Also lots of wee niggly injuries early on in the return.  It's been very tough on the kids.
 

Some of them have put on serious timber too.

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General discussion / Re: 💩 DUP C*ntwatch - Under New Management
« on: May 21, 2021, 01:05:37 PM »
Peter Robinson getting the boot into Poots today. Interesting to see if this will generate a split/new party.

Itís an interesting one that. In this instance PRís motivation is a positive one but it would be inter to know what his strategy is? What is he trying to achieve here?

The ways in which this can work out are varied. Difficult to second guess but presumably he and others are trying to influence the early decisions of the Poots tenure and making sure the moderates (a relative term in the DUP) are not cast entirely aside in sharing out roles. I donít think there is the potential for a full split. You might find a few stepping back and making various degrees of noise as they do so.

These evangelical types don't tend to admit being wrong much as god is obviously guiding them every step of the way so if what Robinson is suggesting that Poots hasn't bothered to try and bring the DUP together and it was noted by most that he never mentioned Wee Jeffery in his acceptance speech and then not invite him as head of the Westminster DUP to meet Lewis then he's casting him out into the wilderness.
It will be interesting how the Donaldson faction respond if indeed this does happen..

Unionism/loyalism has a strange way of celebrating their British identity if it's only related to flags, bonfires and parades, none of which happens in England nor Wales and probably only in certain areas of Scotland, but there you go!

Not true. They might be the visible expression of a British identity that catch your eye. They are minority sports. A majority of Protestants donít own a flag, participate in a march or attend either a bonfire or a March. The flag ownership bit is anecdotal but I would be quietly confident on that one
 

https://www.armaghi.com/news/banbridge-news/record-year-as-tens-of-thousands-attend-annual-sham-fight-in-scarva/71240

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General discussion / Re: INLA - Undefeated Army?
« on: May 16, 2021, 04:03:44 PM »
They took out Billy Wright so not all bad.

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General discussion / Re: Student Days
« on: May 09, 2021, 10:39:31 PM »
QUB 1994 -97. First year I went buck mental. Split up with yeh girlfriend the Wednesday of Freshers and went crazy. Fell in with a few lads from the Halls, one lad in particular, who drank wine by the gallon and gin for fun. We used to drink in the Bunatee and Speakeasy an awful lot. Loved rocking into Shine after if I was fit! 

My English friend was in his final year in Philosophy. He was an only child and his parents were quite old. They didnít trust him with money as they feared he would go to the pub so they sent him M&S vouchers. He would get hundreds of pounds worth every few weeks. We would hit M&S in the city centre and fill up with red wine, nibbles, loads of rich tasting stuff and lie out in Botanic Gardens watching the world go by!


I had some serious messy sessions with lads you would know well. University Street was a mad spot.

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General discussion / Re: Student Days
« on: May 09, 2021, 07:35:18 PM »
Anyone mind vicos or am I too fecking old?

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Down / Re: Down Club Hurling & Football
« on: May 07, 2021, 09:34:26 PM »
Out in front itís probably a good competition for smaller clubs but the bigger clubs will give out some hammerings
Our group we will have 3 dead rubbers against the 3 mourn clubs Longstone Ballymartin and Attical
Word is we will enter our second string team


Short memory young Murphy. Very short memory. Don't be such a knob.

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General discussion / Re: TV Show recommendations
« on: May 03, 2021, 12:24:05 PM »
I've been rewatching The Sopranos from the start, in S3 atm. Can't believe well it has stood up, it is still real top drawer stuff, plus its been that long since I watched it it's like a new show again.
 

Best show ever made. Rewatching GOT with the Mrs as she didn't bother first time round. Binge worthy second time round too. Breaking bad was actually better second time round. Sopranos number 1 though.

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General discussion / Re: China Coronavirus
« on: April 30, 2021, 07:15:49 PM »
Must have nothing better to be at.


exactly, if people have nothing else to do and decide they want to stand in a queue then thats up to them I dont really think its something to get annoyed about. Equally, id say there's a lot of people in that queue who need new clothes for kids who are growing and possibly need lighter summer clothes and maybe dont have the luxury to be able to buy more expensive stuff online. I know my wee boy is going through clothes at a crazy rate at the minute and its hard to keep up, if families need to go and get reasonably priced clothes and are prepared to queue for ages then fair play to them.

Apparently Primark was open at 5 this morning in Belfast! In fairness today the weather is good and the town looks like its lived in now!

Hopefully it will bring back more and more business's that closed or stalled during the last period of lockdown.

I'm moving out of it soon, will miss the handiness of the town for work and the bars just when they are opening again!


Not county down I hope.  :)

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General discussion / Re: Whoís Been Cancelled??
« on: April 29, 2021, 11:07:23 PM »
Yer man Noel Clarke is in the process of being buried without trace.


The director? Kidulthood etc?

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General discussion / Re: Hiking
« on: April 23, 2021, 11:03:47 PM »
Looks Donard will be out of commission this weekend.  They have been warning about these fires for a few weeks now due to the dry weather, blustery winds and the number of numpties going up and no doubt leaving crap behind them.


Was up a few weeks back. Cleared up a bag of rubbish. You only find that on donard imo. Sickens my hole.

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