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Re: What makes you happy

Postby Dave » Sat May 26, 2018 11:42 pm

Shan wrote:Donegal the only constituency that voted no. 66.4% overall yes vote. Goodbye 8th Amendment. One more step forward.
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Re: What makes you happy

Postby Shan » Sun May 27, 2018 12:54 am

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Gazpacho wrote:Hey guys - this is an f******* rugby forum - Pienaar coming much more important!! It’s on the web!


This is the back room. The rest of the forum is for rugby. Go whinge in View frae thae hill.

an f*******

Second word 8 characters, starts with f. Is this Irish?


Yeah tis an interesting one Mervyn. I was thinking maybe he meant "An faoileán" Though what "this is a seagull rugby forum" means I wouldn't be sure. :D
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Re: What makes you happy

Postby big mervyn » Sun May 27, 2018 7:26 am

Dave wrote:
Shan wrote:Donegal the only constituency that voted no. 66.4% overall yes vote. Goodbye 8th Amendment. One more step forward.
Ulster twunts

Maybe Arlene will let them back in?
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Re: What makes you happy

Postby big mervyn » Sun May 27, 2018 8:37 am

Jamie Bwyson being interviewed on Sky as an "anti abortion campaigner". :roll: Ye have to laff.
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Re: What makes you happy

Postby Jackie Brown » Sun May 27, 2018 9:25 am

We are being left behind, economically and socially.

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Re: What makes you happy

Postby Kofi Annan » Sun May 27, 2018 9:35 am

Gazpacho wrote:Pienaar on his way back as coach!!! - that makes me happy !!


No he is not
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Re: What makes you happy

Postby Kofi Annan » Sun May 27, 2018 9:38 am

BaggyTrousers wrote:
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Shan wrote:Donegal the only constituency that voted no. 66.4% overall yes vote. Goodbye 8th Amendment. One more step forward.
Donegal, most beautiful county but a true republican Shinner brad pitt hole.

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I'm sure yer correct but most of the shinners down south were pro-repeal. The Donegal ones may be different though. Lots of FF crowd in Donegal and FF are more or less the political wing of the RCC.


That is a fact, the feckers thought Ould Charlie the gun-runner was Ireland's answer to God.

In Nordieland that FF role is in the hands of the SDLP, perhaps one reason that the Proddies don't understand why SF, the party of equal marriage, get so many young voters. After all, would you vote for a party who appear to think it's fine for priests/teachers who are priests to bugger so many young fellas?


EQUALITY = the Trojan Horse. Used to suck the young dumb fûckwits in as they forget about their mass murder
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Re: What makes you happy

Postby Shan » Sun May 27, 2018 10:18 am

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Re: What makes you happy

Postby Russ » Sun May 27, 2018 12:23 pm

big mervyn wrote:Jamie Bwyson being interviewed on Sky as an "anti abortion campaigner". :roll: Ye have to laff.
Aye watched that
Was very funny
His only good point was the sovereignty of both countries

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Re: What makes you happy

Postby Shan » Tue May 29, 2018 7:57 pm

Gardaí in the midlands are planning to attend all funerals in two counties as part of a new initiative to improve community relations and assist bereaved families.

Operation Respect is being rolled out across the Laois Offaly Garda Division, where gardaí say an estimated three to five deaths occur daily.

Speaking at a quarterly meeting of the Offaly Joint Policing Committee in Tullamore, Co Offaly, Chief Superintendent John Scanlan said regardless of who has died "we would expect to have a garda in attendance at all removals."

Chief Supt Scanlan said funerals can be large community gatherings with GAA clubs and local volunteers often help out with issue such as traffic management.



:lol: :lol: :lol:

Then they have the audacity to wonder why folk think they're bloody useless. If there's any crimes in rural areas they say they have no resources but now they can feck about at funerals no problem. This should be a story from Waterford Whispers but tis actually real.
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Re: What makes you happy

Postby BR » Tue May 29, 2018 8:44 pm

Not a terrible idea. Not uncommon for a row to kick off at a funeral. There'd be better value at weddings though.

Always thought the police should have a semipermanent presence in casualty departments. Probably a bit scary for them though.
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Re: What makes you happy

Postby Rooster » Tue May 29, 2018 8:51 pm

Shan wrote:
Gardaí in the midlands are planning to attend all funerals in two counties as part of a new initiative to improve community relations and assist bereaved families.

Operation Respect is being rolled out across the Laois Offaly Garda Division, where gardaí say an estimated three to five deaths occur daily.

Speaking at a quarterly meeting of the Offaly Joint Policing Committee in Tullamore, Co Offaly, Chief Superintendent John Scanlan said regardless of who has died "we would expect to have a garda in attendance at all removals."

Chief Supt Scanlan said funerals can be large community gatherings with GAA clubs and local volunteers often help out with issue such as traffic management.





Then they have the audacity to wonder why folk think they're bloody useless. If there's any crimes in rural areas they say they have no resources but now they can feck about at funerals no problem. This should be a story from Waterford Whispers but tis actually real.
Quite common for the PSNI to assist with traffic control around this area at funerals of all denominations
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Re: What makes you happy

Postby Shan » Tue May 29, 2018 9:21 pm

BR wrote:Not a terrible idea. Not uncommon for a row to kick off at a funeral. There'd be better value at weddings though.

Always thought the police should have a semipermanent presence in casualty departments. Probably a bit scary for them though.


Yeah but I bet they won't turn up at any knacker weddings. Same reason they don't want to go near an A&E here.
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Re: What makes you happy

Postby Shan » Tue May 29, 2018 9:29 pm

Rooster wrote:Quite common for the PSNI to assist with traffic control around this area at funerals of all denominations


No idea if the PSNI add value in that activity but there is nothing more likely to create a traffic control disaster than having the guards turn up. Besides they have no intention of that anyway. All these lads will be doing is talking ballix and trying to earwig conversations to pick up t1tbits of info to use against folk.

Just think about it - Could any event be made better by inviting some semi-literate redneck from deepest Kerry?
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Re: What makes you happy

Postby BR » Tue May 29, 2018 10:44 pm

Shan wrote:Just think about it - Could any event be made better by inviting some semi-literate redneck from deepest Kerry?


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