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Crouchy is an Emma Watson man. She floats my boat, more my type.
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Fuckin Palestine
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18ChinsOfChinatown wrote:
Lenny wrote:
redderneck wrote:
Uncle Fester wrote:
redderneck wrote:Always admired Erika Eleniak. She never even bothered to pretend she could act. Got to have time for direct women.
Seen any recent rule 1's of her? :o
I make it a guiding principle to make allowances for crackers when I was a young lad to have aged on a par with myself, so the short answer to that would be:

No fecking way I'm chancing that. I will cherish my memories of her as having emerged from the giant cake rather than risk looking at something online which will reveal her to have eaten her way out of said giant cake.

She might just have swallowed that cake Redder

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Sorry about that.
Why is she dressed as Patrick Starfish?
Or is it Patrick that's dresssed as Erika?? :?

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paddyor wrote:f**k Palestine
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There's something to be said about the tramp look at times. :thumbup:
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Good job you're not allergic to silicone or plastic Noley or you'd die if you touched her.
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The remake should be worth a look
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crouchy wrote:Crouchy is an Emma Watson man. She floats my boat, more my type.

So Sloane Ranger crossed with jailbait is your preferred look? :uhoh:
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Hellraiser wrote:
crouchy wrote:Crouchy is an Emma Watson man. She floats my boat, more my type.

So Sloane Ranger crossed with jailbait is your preferred look? :uhoh:
She's 26 Helly, hardly jailbait.
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crouchy wrote:
paddyor wrote:Okay Crouchy. You need to watch the following
Bullit
The French Connection
Commando
Running Man
Predator 1 & 2
Total Recall (originals only)
Conan the Barbarian/Destroyer (originals only)
Delta Force 1 & 2
Double Impact
Blood Sport
Nico
Hard to kill
Fire down below
Under Siege 1 & 2
Die Hard 1-3
I have seen Die Hard (all of them) so many times that I pretty much know the scripts word for word. Crouchy loves Die Hard.

The rest of them I've never seen.
Serious lack of 'Cobra' in that list......Crime is a disease. Meet the cure! :thumbup:
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[quote="redderneck"][quote="Uncle Fester"][quote="redderneck"]Always admired Erika Eleniak. She never even bothered to pretend she could act. Got to have time for direct women.[/quote]
Seen any recent rule 1's of her? :o[/quote]

I make it a guiding principle to make allowances for crackers when I was a young lad to have aged on a par with myself, so the short answer to that would be:

No fecking way I'm chancing that. I will cherish my memories of her as having emerged from the giant cake rather than risk looking at something online which will reveal her to have eaten her way out of said giant cake.[/quote]
More to love...

Still would though.
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crouchy wrote:
paddyor wrote:Okay Crouchy. You need to watch the following
Bullit
The French Connection
Commando
Running Man
Predator 1 & 2
Total Recall (originals only)
Conan the Barbarian/Destroyer (originals only)
Delta Force 1 & 2
Double Impact
Blood Sport
Nico
Hard to kill
Fire down below
Under Siege 1 & 2
Die Hard 1-3
I have seen Die Hard (all of them) so many times that I pretty much know the scripts word for word. Crouchy loves Die Hard.

The rest of them I've never seen.
Like a response from an AI contestant ... will continue to monitor ...
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Premier Red wrote:
crouchy wrote:
paddyor wrote:Okay Crouchy. You need to watch the following
Bullit
The French Connection
Commando
Running Man
Predator 1 & 2
Total Recall (originals only)
Conan the Barbarian/Destroyer (originals only)
Delta Force 1 & 2
Double Impact
Blood Sport
Nico
Hard to kill
Fire down below
Under Siege 1 & 2
Die Hard 1-3
I have seen Die Hard (all of them) so many times that I pretty much know the scripts word for word. Crouchy loves Die Hard.

The rest of them I've never seen.
Serious lack of 'Cobra' in that list......Crime is a disease. Meet the cure! :thumbup:
Yeah no Tango and Cash either. This is more of a short list tbf, he's a lot of learning to do.
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Bray air show takes place over 2 days this year, traffic around Bray will be insane if previous years are anything to go by. Best line up ever this year including the Italian Air Force air display team and the red arrows. Cammy might self combust.
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Bray needs a good clean up. It's a lovely spot geographically and has some lovely areas but let down by the need of a good spring clean.
Actually, everywhere from Ringsend out to Greystones.
Any anti social shît and you're sent to Roscommon.
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Flametop wrote:Bray needs a good clean up. It's a lovely spot geographically and has some lovely areas but let down by the need of a good spring clean.
Actually, everywhere from Ringsend out to Greystones.
Any anti social shît and you're sent to Roscommon.
Bray is a tip. The Brits saw the potential of the geographic location, built one of the finest promenades in Europe, a rail link etc Pretty much everything done since has been shit. The town has the curse of all large towns in Ireland in that it is an administrative centre so has to take a lot of social shite, courthouses, meth clinics and the like. Same for Dun Laoghaire, Arklow and many others. There are some good aspects to Bray, it has a little Italy area now that is authentic for fans of real Italian culture, and the Duggans run a tight ship with the Martello, the Harbour Bar and Platform
Pizza. The Main Street is a complete write off.
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Duff Paddy wrote:
Flametop wrote:Bray needs a good clean up. It's a lovely spot geographically and has some lovely areas but let down by the need of a good spring clean.
Actually, everywhere from Ringsend out to Greystones.
Any anti social shît and you're sent to Roscommon.
Bray is a tip. The Brits saw the potential of the geographic location, built one of the finest promenades in Europe, a rail link etc Pretty much everything done since has been shit. The town has the curse of all large towns in Ireland in that it is an administrative centre so has to take a lot of social shite, courthouses, meth clinics and the like. Same for Dun Laoghaire, Arklow and many others. There are some good aspects to Bray, it has a little Italy area now that is authentic for fans of real Italian culture, and the Duggans run a tight ship with the Martello, the Harbour Bar and Platform
Pizza. The Main Street is a complete write off.
We seem to like giving our prime spots to scumbags.
We need to build more ghettos. In Roscommon.
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I'm not sure I've ever been to Bray (bar possibly playing Pres, can't remember if I ever played them away). What sort of size town is it? Similar to Dun Laoghaire?
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30k people on the greater area, i think I once read. One of Ireland's larger urban areas. Some lovely spots, but it really is a kip otherwise.
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CM11 wrote:I'm not sure I've ever been to Bray (bar possibly playing Pres, can't remember if I ever played them away). What sort of size town is it? Similar to Dun Laoghaire?
Dun Laoghaire is ruined by a handful of scobes.

Bray is the same but instead of a handful, they're about 90% of the population. Desperate place.
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Cheers.
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Rented out in Bray when I came back from my first Russian jaunt. It was a step up from Omsk. Didn't cry on moving on after 12 months though. Huge potential in that seafront. Gone to shit. Very, very hard to stop a seaside 'resort' town close to a large urban area and with decent public transport connections from going to utter shit.

What a sodding nightmare of a place to get home to after a feed of Friday night pints in Dublin proper.

You get what you pay for. Always knew it was a 12 month hiatus/interim gig so wasn't willing to shell out more in rent; a mistake in retrospect.
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That's the funny thing - houses prices in Bray aren't particularly cheap
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Air show is f**king awesome by the way, just started - there's a live radio coverage too
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CM11 wrote:I'm not sure I've ever been to Bray (bar possibly playing Pres, can't remember if I ever played them away). What sort of size town is it? Similar to Dun Laoghaire?
Pres Bray were always full of knackers. I'd presume the town is the same.
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Rumham wrote:
CM11 wrote:I'm not sure I've ever been to Bray (bar possibly playing Pres, can't remember if I ever played them away). What sort of size town is it? Similar to Dun Laoghaire?
Pres Bray were always full of knackers. I'd presume the town is the same.
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Duff Paddy wrote:That's the funny thing - houses prices in Bray aren't particularly cheap
They're not cheap anywhere in Dublin or its environs though.
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anonymous_joe wrote:
Duff Paddy wrote:That's the funny thing - houses prices in Bray aren't particularly cheap
They're not cheap anywhere in Dublin or its environs though.
Ah, back when I'm talking about, there was still a significant difference in both buying & renting prices. In my own head, coming from 'down the country', Bray prices per sq. foot or in family/suburban thinking p/bedroom were 'sensible'.

Fell in love with Greystones and if I had intended to stay in Dublin, that's where we'd have committed to I think; all things considered. There or perhaps 'Tarf if being more central had won out.
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Duff Paddy wrote:Air show is f**k awesome by the way, just started - there's a live radio coverage too
:? That seems a bit pointless tbh
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The Frecce Tricolore just lit up Rathfarnham f**king superb
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Red Arrows doing a Liffey fly by this evening at 7.30 should be spectacular

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paddyor wrote:
Duff Paddy wrote:Air show is f**k awesome by the way, just started - there's a live radio coverage too
:? That seems a bit pointless tbh
Well unless you have cammy in your back pocket you'll probably need some information wouldn't you think
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Blackrock Bullet wrote:
Rumham wrote:
CM11 wrote:I'm not sure I've ever been to Bray (bar possibly playing Pres, can't remember if I ever played them away). What sort of size town is it? Similar to Dun Laoghaire?
Pres Bray were always full of knackers. I'd presume the town is the same.
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Wickla!

People from Wickla are generally like HKL.
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http://www.irishtimes.com/news/the-deni ... -1.2731837

This reads like something out of a thriller. O'Brien is one dangerous bastard. To think our TV and radio is dominated by a monopoly of this megalomaniac and RTE.
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A thriller or a comedy.

It sounds like there's not much on the USB in the first place and what's happened to it is slap stick stuff
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The Peter murtagh articles on DOB this week and last, read like fooking gossip columns frankly .... I'm none the wiser after reading both...... a series of opinions and loose inferences masquerading as a story.

I see Longford now has a VPOTUS in waiting as well as a centreparcs..... liathroidigloine will be thrilled.
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Reads a little like the journo desperately wants it to be the stuff of a gripping spy novel. 'The USB mysteriously appeared on the desk. No-one knows how it got there... because they didn't check the CCTV. Also, it may have been delivered by the inhouse mail service."
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rfurlong wrote:The Peter murtagh articles on DOB this week and last, read like fooking gossip columns frankly .... I'm none the wiser after reading both...... a series of opinions and loose inferences masquerading as a story.

I see Longford now has a VPOTUS in waiting as well as a centreparcs..... liathroidigloine will be thrilled.
"gossip" "masquerading as a story" :lol:

You are such an apologist for DOB. Its most certainly a story.
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They’re saying that when they were using Cellebrite to copy the device, but when you’re copying, you say ‘here’s what I’m copying from’ and ‘here’s what I’m copying to’. But you have to tell Cellebrite which is which, so you’ve got two connections, and they got it the wrong way around. . . What Digitpol did was try to delete the evidence of what they’d done; so they deleted the files back off and didn’t document it!”
What a farce. The whole thing sounds dodgy as fudge.
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