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collyrob 7:30 Thu Mar 21
“Up the ra”
The words of future west ham and England captain Declan Rice.

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normannomates 5:46 Mon Mar 25
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3.38.. Journorob
That is funny as it goes

normannomates 5:44 Mon Mar 25
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jfk
Missus from West Cork eh?

NO wonder you're on here.

POOR FUCKER..

do you get a word in.. or just take it?

Eerie Descent 4:27 Sun Mar 24
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You got over it yet, son?

Northern Sold 4:01 Sun Mar 24
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Ag Ag Ag...!!!

mashed in maryland 3:42 Sun Mar 24
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Hahahahhahaa

collyrob 3:38 Sun Mar 24
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Declan Rice calls a step-over a "shin feign".

icwhs 3:25 Sun Mar 24
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The way i see it is, England have given a cap to someone who obviously felt more Irish during his upbringing....

No Cromwell, no potatoes, no puns.


Just a fact.

eusebiovic 12:58 Sun Mar 24
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Imagine in a parallel universe or simulation Ireland could be lining up with Rice and Jack Grealish in midfield.

I'm sure a few on here will take some comfort from that

Boycie 12:40 Sun Mar 24
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Dexit = brilliant. made me laugh that did.

I would have put the house on him going for a big money move but I get the feeling he wouldn't go for it for many a year. But then again they thought he was Irish! Still I for one love watching him play he is class. The closest I've seen for many years was watching Rio, he was the same in that he looked so much better than everyone else on the pitch. Then Harry got involved and fucking sold him

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 3:42 Sat Mar 23
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fraser

I should shut up because he's had enough of the same thing from his wife?

Or I should shut up because he's on my side and has given up arguing with his wife?

Both seem a touch unlikely and both are not good reasons for me not calling him out on his defence of the IRA bombers.

fraser 3:35 Sat Mar 23
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I read as, his, wife was from Cork and he has done the argument to death with her, and isn't ready to do so with someone else..

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 2:21 Sat Mar 23
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jfk 1:09 Sat Mar 23

'You again mention "fact" quite clearly not getting to grasp of the meaning of the word.'

Hmm. I've discussed using logical arguments why only one of your two 'facts' is in any way a 'fact' and that that one is debateable.

On the other hand, you have offered, 'my wife is from west Cork, so there'.

Nice Brit-hating user name, by the way.

jfk 1:11 Sat Mar 23
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stepney hammer 1:05 Sat Mar 23

jfk 1:09 Sat Mar 23
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SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:32 Sat Mar 23
You again mention "fact" quite clearly not getting to grasp of the meaning of the word.
Anyway must dash.

stepney hammer 1:05 Sat Mar 23
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He could burn orphanages for all I care. As long as he keeps putting in the performances while he's here.

I'll start cunting him off when he makes the inevitable big money move in a season or two.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:57 Sat Mar 23
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jfk

Ah, right. I see. The fact that your missus is from West Cork totally undermines my argument and makes you 100% right.

How I can I argue in the face of facts like that?

jfk 12:52 Sat Mar 23
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SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:32 Sat Mar 23
I will stand by my previous post,I have better things to do today than argue the toss with you.
My wife is from West Cork similar arguments we've done to death(no pun intended) to no conclusion.
Your statement I quote "that's just about a fact" says it all about you.
There is no such thing.

geoffpikey 12:35 Sat Mar 23
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Give Ireland back to the Irish.

Brexit.

Sorted.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:32 Sat Mar 23
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jfk

You said you wouldn't defend the IRA bombers - then you immediately offered the IRA the mitigation of the Great Famine. So that wasn't a fact.

Then you said the British landlords, 'let hundreds of thousands die'. That's just about a fact, although it ignores the important issues of whether the act was deliberate and, whether, under the morality and law of the day it was actually their responsibility to prevent the deaths. It also ignores the culpability of the British government, which almost all independent historians regard as gross negligence rather than genocide, and the role of the mostly Irish land agents - people who actually did know exactly what was going on and were deliberately fostering the conditions for the famine.

So one half-truth, not two facts.

jfk 12:22 Sat Mar 23
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*are

jfk 12:19 Sat Mar 23
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SurfaceAgentX2Zero 10:55 Sat Mar 23
What's your point?
Seems clouded to me.
Both points I mentioned is a matter of fact.

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