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#65 Mar 18, 2013
I can read wrote:
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I smell bullshit.
You always played an indian to be politically correct?
Now my opinion's and view's are because I wish to be politically correct, a new low even for you ICR Your judge of character is full of bullshit and paranoia.
I thought you would have known me by now ICR, obviously not I do not give two flying feck's about political correctness, I say what is on the democratic socialist tin, pal.
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#66 Mar 18, 2013
palestinians had their country taken away from them one posts. Where exactly was this country and what was the name of it?
rio

Beckenham, UK

#67 Mar 18, 2013
I can read wrote:
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He got pulled up for an awful spell of trolling last week .
Ha, remember me when was that, since the person who called me a troll was you, because I didn't agree with you re. the Falklands.

For you, someone who provokes a reaction is a troll. By that you mean that everyone has to conform to you mindset.

Sorry, it just won't do!

If I think we should get rid of the Falklands, or re-instate the death penalty, I don't have to consult anyone to make up my mind!
rio

Beckenham, UK

#68 Mar 18, 2013
dunadd wrote:
palestinians had their country taken away from them one posts. Where exactly was this country and what was the name of it?
The country was Palestine actually, hence their name.
Equality---

Widnes, UK

#69 Mar 18, 2013
rio wrote:
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Ha, remember me when was that, since the person who called me a troll was you, because I didn't agree with you re. the Falklands.
For you, someone who provokes a reaction is a troll. By that you mean that everyone has to conform to you mindset.
Sorry, it just won't do!
If I think we should get rid of the Falklands, or re-instate the death penalty, I don't have to consult anyone to make up my mind!
You just do not wish to reinstate the death penalty, you wish for Sharia law to be also implemented.
Sharia law belong's in the draconian middle-age's RIO.
I cannot understand your mindset pal, as you also wish to terminate the live's of mentally ill people. Who's next on your list of death, disabled eople possibly? because as far as I understand it is only dictorial Royal and hardline religious government's who have implemented Sharia Law.
rio

Beckenham, UK

#70 Mar 18, 2013
Equality--- wrote:
<quoted text>You just do not wish to reinstate the death penalty, you wish for Sharia law to be also implemented.
Sharia law belong's in the draconian middle-age's RIO.
I cannot understand your mindset pal, as you also wish to terminate the live's of mentally ill people. Who's next on your list of death, disabled eople possibly? because as far as I understand it is only dictorial Royal and hardline religious government's who have implemented Sharia Law.
I am in favour of draconian justice. Did I answer that well?
I don't care if it's called Sharia law or else.

Do they have Sharia law in the States where they execute criminals?
I can read

Edinburgh, UK

#71 Mar 18, 2013
rio wrote:
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Ha, remember me when was that, since the person who called me a troll was you, because I didn't agree with you re. the Falklands.
For you, someone who provokes a reaction is a troll. By that you mean that everyone has to conform to you mindset.
Sorry, it just won't do!
If I think we should get rid of the Falklands, or re-instate the death penalty, I don't have to consult anyone to make up my mind!
You got caught trying to argue both sides of a moral issue. Undeniable proof that you weren't saying what you actually thought, just what you thought would be most likely to wind people up.
rio

Beckenham, UK

#72 Mar 18, 2013
I can read wrote:
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You got caught trying to argue both sides of a moral issue. Undeniable proof that you weren't saying what you actually thought, just what you thought would be most likely to wind people up.
What on hearth are you talking about?

Arguing both sides? How that?

I have always been against the Falklands staying British; that's one side, and I never moved from that. For the last 40 years at least!!!!

So, what other side I am arguing about?

If people like you fell "wound up" by different opinions, well, that's their problem.
I can read

Edinburgh, UK

#73 Mar 18, 2013
rio wrote:
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What on hearth are you talking about?
Arguing both sides? How that?
I have always been against the Falklands staying British; that's one side, and I never moved from that. For the last 40 years at least!!!!
So, what other side I am arguing about?
If people like you fell "wound up" by different opinions, well, that's their problem.
Whatever troll. It's there for everyone to read and you can't delete it.
rio

Beckenham, UK

#74 Mar 19, 2013
I can read wrote:
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Whatever troll. It's there for everyone to read and you can't delete it.
You can't even explain how I "argue both sides in a moral issue".

I don't argue moral issues!

I am a pragmatic and cynical sort of chap, never a moralist.
I leave that to old farts like you.
Equality---

Falkirk, UK

#75 Mar 19, 2013
Equality--- wrote:
La'Fh'eile Padraig Sona Daoibh,
Happy St Patrick's day to the below children and grandchildren and great grandchildren of Irish immigrant's to Britain.
Jacquie Beltrao nee leavy.
Liz Hurley
Anna Friel
Jeremy Iron's
Micheal Caine
Jimmy Doherty
Pete Doherty
Ed Sheerin
Sharon Osbourne
Amanda Donohue
Barbara Windsor
Elvis Costello
Julie Walter's
Patsy Kensit
Sheree Murphy
Wayne Rooney
Collen Rooney nee Mc Loughlin.
Dawn French
Micheal Crawford
Danny Boyle
John Nettle's
Pauline Collin's
Daniel-day-lewis
Todd Carty
Catherine Cussack
Patrick Dempsey
Bill Nighy
Dominic Monaghan
Cillian Murphy
Tina O, Brien
Paul Mc Cartney
Minnie Driver
Tom Hardy
Colin Baker
Siobhan Donaghy
David Essex
Rio Ferdinand
Peter Mullan
Lorraine Kelly
Nicky Campbell
Sharleen Spiteri (Texas)
More celebrity's to come soon, folk's have a great St, Patrick's day...
"May you all be in heaven an half hour, before the devil know's you are there",
Exception's Humberman99, Revo, and Jame's they have pre-booked. LOL.
Londoner's and tourist's alike joined the Irish Festival of traditional music film's and comedy performance's in Trafalgar square.
Major of London Boris Johnston said he was delighted to back the parade and festival.
"Amongst the biggest outside of Ireland they are a fantastic celebration for Londoner's and the visitor's to our capital, as well as being a tribute to the contribution that generation's of Irish people have to life, not only in london, but all over Britain" he said.
"Not only have the Irish enriched our culture with the craic, it is a community and race that has brought intelligence and imagination to our profession's and created wealth and employment"

Irish New's, 18-3-2013.

Since: Nov 10

Dublin

#76 Mar 19, 2013
Equality--- wrote:
<quoted text>Londoner's and tourist's alike joined the Irish Festival of traditional music film's and comedy performance's in Trafalgar square.
Major of London Boris Johnston said he was delighted to back the parade and festival.
"Amongst the biggest outside of Ireland they are a fantastic celebration for Londoner's and the visitor's to our capital, as well as being a tribute to the contribution that generation's of Irish people have to life, not only in london, but all over Britain" he said.
"Not only have the Irish enriched our culture with the craic, it is a community and race that has brought intelligence and imagination to our profession's and created wealth and employment"
Irish New's, 18-3-2013.
***I like this sort of thing. There isn't much difference between ourselves and the English. Its nice to see these sort of things happening. Onwards and upwards......
rio

Beckenham, UK

#77 Mar 19, 2013
Dubbadub wrote:
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***I like this sort of thing. There isn't much difference between ourselves and the English. Its nice to see these sort of things happening. Onwards and upwards......
No, there isn't much difference between Irish and English, only some bad past history that some cannot put behind them.

Since: Nov 10

Dublin

#78 Mar 19, 2013
rio wrote:
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No, there isn't much difference between Irish and English, only some bad past history that some cannot put behind them.
Exactly if I ever encounter genuine anti-English sentiment (which is a very rare occurance these days apart from harmless sporting banter) I always put a good word in for the English, I don't like that sort of nonsense. Plus in an ever more globalised world our similarities are truly being brought home now.
Irish2

Dublin, Ireland

#79 Mar 19, 2013
Dubbadub wrote:
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Exactly if I ever encounter genuine anti-English sentiment (which is a very rare occurance these days apart from harmless sporting banter) I always put a good word in for the English, I don't like that sort of nonsense. Plus in an ever more globalised world our similarities are truly being brought home now.
Hear Hear,when Ireland is out of footie and rugby,i am for UK and Australia.Which ever gets through.And as people can see stick up for UK people.

Since: Nov 10

Dublin

#80 Mar 19, 2013
Irish2 wrote:
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Hear Hear,when Ireland is out of footie and rugby,i am for UK and Australia.Which ever gets through.And as people can see stick up for UK people.
Yeah I like to see them go far, for the sake of interest if nothing else. Sure in USA 1994 there was support for the Irish team in the UK because none of them made it.
Irish2

Dublin, Ireland

#81 Mar 19, 2013
Dubbadub wrote:
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Yeah I like to see them go far, for the sake of interest if nothing else. Sure in USA 1994 there was support for the Irish team in the UK because none of them made it.
As was there for English and Irish towards each other in the Olympics. It says a great deal about both our peoples,when we can live work and cheer for each other side by side after so much problems.Very proud of how both our people have come such a long way in short time.
Irish2

Dublin, Ireland

#82 Mar 19, 2013
I can read wrote:
So tell us EQ.
What would YOU do about Saudi?
Fence them in.But its all about money really isnt it.The governments and rich would sell you as a slave,and infact are doing so for mere word money.

Since: Nov 10

Dublin

#83 Mar 19, 2013
Irish2 wrote:
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As was there for English and Irish towards each other in the Olympics. It says a great deal about both our peoples,when we can live work and cheer for each other side by side after so much problems.Very proud of how both our people have come such a long way in short time.
Yeah thats right. Well we're very similar with a lot of connections in many ways. Isn't it strange that the notion of Britishness in Britain is so different to the notion of Britishness spouted by the cast aways in Northern Ireland?
jams

UK

#84 Mar 19, 2013
U god damn idiots its not gonna happen here if u don't realise monarchs have little power its mainly ran by david cameron techanilly wiv parlemant y do u think the HAVE to be prodestant and they HAVE to sign bill of rights ur all RETARDS

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