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PostPosted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 3:14 pm 
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Put it all here folks.


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 3:16 pm 
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probably not a good idea....


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 3:17 pm 
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Diego wrote:
Put it all here folks.


I disagree.
It is common and unbecoming to gossip about such matters. The less said the better.
Dot it.


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 3:18 pm 
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Leinster in London wrote:
Diego wrote:
Put it all here folks.


I disagree.
It is common and unbecoming to gossip about such matters. The less said the better.
Dot it.

You obviously haven't read much of the Irish Rugby Thread in the last couple of days.


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 3:26 pm 
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Stupid thread. Stupid idea.

You are not a mod and took this upon yourself to do.

Wait for all the trolls to show up now..


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 3:27 pm 
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Just the facts, ma’m, just the facts


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 3:28 pm 
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Leinster in London wrote:
Diego wrote:
Put it all here folks.


I disagree.
It is common and unbecoming to gossip about such matters. The less said the better.
Dot it.

It's Northern Irish business, gossip is our stock and trade, natural consequence of such a small place.


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 3:28 pm 
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I'd prefer stuff from the trial stays away from the Irish rugby thread. I don't really want to read about that sordid stuff when I go to get some Irish team news. A separate thread will keep the trolls away from it too.


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 3:30 pm 
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Some pretty disturbing testimony


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Sissyfuss wrote:
Stupid thread. Stupid idea.

You are not a mod and took this upon yourself to do.

Wait for all the trolls to show up now..

I know there's all kind of bullshit posted in the Irish Rugby thread but it usually fizzles out after a day or two. This is going to stink it out for weeks during the 6N. No thanks.


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Sissyfuss wrote:
Stupid thread. Stupid idea.

You are not a mod and took this upon yourself to do.

Wait for all the trolls to show up now..

You're wailing quite a bit about this affair.


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 3:32 pm 
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Diego wrote:
Leinster in London wrote:
Diego wrote:
Put it all here folks.


I disagree.
It is common and unbecoming to gossip about such matters. The less said the better.
Dot it.

You obviously haven't read much of the Irish Rugby Thread in the last couple of days.


I suppose I've seen some of it, and not too happy with it there.
Nevertheless it's bad enough discussing it inhouse, but inviting all the neighbours in :? x( .


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Bullettyme wrote:
I'd prefer stuff from the trial stays away from the Irish rugby thread. I don't really want to read about that sordid stuff when I go to get some Irish team news. A separate thread will keep the trolls away from it too.


I'd prefer not to read about any of it on the bored. I'm out.


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This type of thing is more common than you would like to think. (In relation to Rugby)

If this comes out as a guilty verdict there will be similar cases in the near future.


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Mulleh wrote:
This type of thing is more common than you would like to think.

If this comes out as a guilty verdict there will be similar cases in the near future.

If it means more justice can be done then good.


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Leinster in London wrote:
Diego wrote:
Leinster in London wrote:
Diego wrote:
Put it all here folks.


I disagree.
It is common and unbecoming to gossip about such matters. The less said the better.
Dot it.

You obviously haven't read much of the Irish Rugby Thread in the last couple of days.


I suppose I've seen some of it, and not too happy with it there.
Nevertheless it's bad enough discussing it inhouse, but inviting all the neighbours in :? x( .

Do you honestly think this was only going to be discussed on the Irish thread? Better here than polluting the thread of record, particularly during the 6N.


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unseenwork wrote:
Mulleh wrote:
This type of thing is more common than you would like to think.

If this comes out as a guilty verdict there will be similar cases in the near future.

If it means more justice can be done then good.

:thumbup:


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Dunno, it would be quite amusing if something libellous was put on the Irish rugby thread and it got deleted.


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What's pretty clear is that some of the posters have not got a notion about the legal meaning / interpretation of the term consent.


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sewa wrote:
What's pretty clear is that some of the posters have not got a notion about the legal meaning / interpretation of the term consent.


Consent is for the court to decide.


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Sandstorm wrote:
Bullettyme wrote:
I'd prefer stuff from the trial stays away from the Irish rugby thread. I don't really want to read about that sordid stuff when I go to get some Irish team news. A separate thread will keep the trolls away from it too.


I'd prefer not to read about any of it on the bored. I'm out.


;) Another reason to keep it on one thread, you don't get SURPRISE rape trial testimony.


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happyhooker wrote:
Dunno, it would be quite amusing if something libellous was put on the Irish rugby thread and it got deleted.

:lol:


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There's more than a touch of American Psycho to Irish rugby.

The game there is full of extremely entitled young men who have been churned out by the 'elite' rugby schools - most of which are bog standard academically - and hot-housed for professional rugby careers from about the age of 6. Unsurprisingly, a fair number of these individuals turn out to be profoundly maladjusted.

It's not a healthy system.


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Miguel Indurain wrote:
sewa wrote:
What's pretty clear is that some of the posters have not got a notion about the legal meaning / interpretation of the term consent.


Consent is for the court to decide.


I am referring to the law regarding consent not the specifics of this case. The law was revised recently if you don't know, specifically if your drunk you can't give consent


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MrDominator wrote:
There's more than a touch of American Psycho to Irish rugby.

The game there is full of extremely entitled young men who have been churned out by the 'elite' rugby schools - most of which are bog standard academically - and hot-housed for professional rugby careers from about the age of 6. Unsurprisingly, a fair number of these individuals turn out to be profoundly maladjusted.

It's not a healthy system.


as opposed to all those salt of the earth honest yeomen in england...

https://media.thetab.com/uploads/2015/09/finalfees.jpg

https://www.getreading.co.uk/news/local-news/sex-film-boys-england-rugby-4232375


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sewa wrote:
Miguel Indurain wrote:
sewa wrote:
What's pretty clear is that some of the posters have not got a notion about the legal meaning / interpretation of the term consent.


Consent is for the court to decide.


I am referring to the law regarding consent not the specifics of this case. The law was revised recently.


Which the court would be aware of in arriving at it's verdict. :nod:


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MrDominator wrote:
There's more than a touch of American Psycho to Irish rugby.

The game there is full of extremely entitled young men who have been churned out by the 'elite' rugby schools - most of which are bog standard academically - and hot-housed for professional rugby careers from about the age of 6. Unsurprisingly, a fair number of these individuals turn out to be profoundly maladjusted.

It's not a healthy system.


Don't know why I bother replying to you, prat, but...
85% of players coming through the Leinster academy will simultaenously study and achieve a third level qualification. Highest in the world.

Paul O'Connell said, when captain of the Lions, that it was extremely wearing trying to teach the English forwards the lineout calls, because they were so thick!


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Dunno, it would be quite amusing if something libellous was put on the Irish rugby thread and it got deleted.


Hmmm.

Didn’t zebo and murray pull a train on some bird? Or was it cuthbert there?


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MrDominator wrote:
There's more than a touch of American Psycho to Irish rugby.

The game there is full of extremely entitled young men who have been churned out by the 'elite' rugby schools - most of which are bog standard academically - and hot-housed for professional rugby careers from about the age of 6. Unsurprisingly, a fair number of these individuals turn out to be profoundly maladjusted.

It's not a healthy system.


You should write a paper on it..........


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DragsterDriver wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
Dunno, it would be quite amusing if something libellous was put on the Irish rugby thread and it got deleted.


Hmmm.

Didn’t zebo and murray pull a train on some bird? Or was it cuthbert there?

Well that was different as there was never any suggestion it wasn't consensual.


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Diego wrote:
DragsterDriver wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
Dunno, it would be quite amusing if something libellous was put on the Irish rugby thread and it got deleted.


Hmmm.

Didn’t zebo and murray pull a train on some bird? Or was it cuthbert there?

Well that was different as there was never any suggestion it wasn't consensual.

Haskell and cooper Woolley as well iirc


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DragsterDriver wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
Dunno, it would be quite amusing if something libellous was put on the Irish rugby thread and it got deleted.


Hmmm.

Didn’t zebo and murray pull a train on some bird? Or was it cuthbert there?

All 3 yeah.

Wasn't Topsy Ojo almost in very deep water one time?


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Trostan wrote:
MrDominator wrote:
There's more than a touch of American Psycho to Irish rugby.

The game there is full of extremely entitled young men who have been churned out by the 'elite' rugby schools - most of which are bog standard academically - and hot-housed for professional rugby careers from about the age of 6. Unsurprisingly, a fair number of these individuals turn out to be profoundly maladjusted.

It's not a healthy system.


Don't know why I bother replying to you, prat, but...
85% of players coming through the Leinster academy will simultaenously study and achieve a third level qualification. Highest in the world.

Paul O'Connell said, when captain of the Lions, that it was extremely wearing trying to teach the English forwards the lineout calls, because they were so thick!


Like we all believe that.


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If convicted, they will be written off as Brits anyway.


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happyhooker wrote:
Diego wrote:
DragsterDriver wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
Dunno, it would be quite amusing if something libellous was put on the Irish rugby thread and it got deleted.


Hmmm.

Didn’t zebo and murray pull a train on some bird? Or was it cuthbert there?

Well that was different as there was never any suggestion it wasn't consensual.

Haskell and cooper Woolley as well iirc


Doran Jones, not Cooper Woolley, and the Hask only filmed surreptitiously I think.


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Mick Mannock wrote:
Trostan wrote:
MrDominator wrote:
There's more than a touch of American Psycho to Irish rugby.

The game there is full of extremely entitled young men who have been churned out by the 'elite' rugby schools - most of which are bog standard academically - and hot-housed for professional rugby careers from about the age of 6. Unsurprisingly, a fair number of these individuals turn out to be profoundly maladjusted.

It's not a healthy system.


Don't know why I bother replying to you, prat, but...
85% of players coming through the Leinster academy will simultaenously study and achieve a third level qualification. Highest in the world.

Paul O'Connell said, when captain of the Lions, that it was extremely wearing trying to teach the English forwards the lineout calls, because they were so thick!


Like we all believe that.

Well Lawes was there tbf


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Brazil wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
Diego wrote:
DragsterDriver wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
Dunno, it would be quite amusing if something libellous was put on the Irish rugby thread and it got deleted.


Hmmm.

Didn’t zebo and murray pull a train on some bird? Or was it cuthbert there?

Well that was different as there was never any suggestion it wasn't consensual.

Haskell and cooper Woolley as well iirc


Doran Jones, not Cooper Woolley, and the Hask only filmed surreptitiously I think.

Ah, knew it was a double barreled prop. It was while they were still at school I think.


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Brazil wrote:
Doran Jones, not Cooper Woolley, and the Hask only filmed surreptitiously I think.

People are so fúcking weird :lol:


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and the Hask only filmed surreptitiously I think.

:lol: classic Hask


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happyhooker wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:
Trostan wrote:
MrDominator wrote:
There's more than a touch of American Psycho to Irish rugby.

The game there is full of extremely entitled young men who have been churned out by the 'elite' rugby schools - most of which are bog standard academically - and hot-housed for professional rugby careers from about the age of 6. Unsurprisingly, a fair number of these individuals turn out to be profoundly maladjusted.

It's not a healthy system.


Don't know why I bother replying to you, prat, but...
85% of players coming through the Leinster academy will simultaenously study and achieve a third level qualification. Highest in the world.

Paul O'Connell said, when captain of the Lions, that it was extremely wearing trying to teach the English forwards the lineout calls, because they were so thick!


Like we all believe that.

Well Lawes was there tbf


In 2009?


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