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[quote="iarmhiman " post_id=7022919 time=1631975236 user_id=3816]
I'll tell you what's childish. Posting your degree on PR.
Your desperate attempts to be different and controversial mark you out as a knob.
Your views are the minority . Deal with it
Unable to stick to the point at hand and twice in two pages you have reached for the lines of others. Unoriginal, one thing that marks you out as a poster for sure.
More broadly, you will not acknowledge that you were wrong in saying it was a celebration. Factually incorrect but you go on about it. Either you are thick or stubborn, I hope the latter but the former can’t be ruled out. Unable to discuss how a ceremony [i]marking[/i] partition differs from one [i]marking[/i] the Battle of the Boyne. Deary me.
I’ll stick to the point, Senator Craughwell explains it well.
[quote] We expect so much understanding from #unionism yet a religious service of reflection & hope all some can see is partition. A religious service politicised why? I want an Ireland for everyone. We voted for the right to be Unionist through the #GFA[/quote]
https://twitter.com/gcraughwell/status/ ... 55811?s=21
And the first reply nails the reaction too, this is your [i]level[/i], you and the other memelords on Irish Simpsons Fans. Well done!
[quote] I haven’t bothered trawling through the comments, but how long before you got called a west Brit?[/quote]
The battle of the Boyne happened centuries ago . Out of sight out of mind. It's not remotely comparable.
Look you have form for being arrogant on here thinking you're smarter and "different " that comes with territory of working in the legal profession and yes my history is JC level as i took maths/physics/applied maths in LC with no history. Doesn't give your opinion greater weight than mine on what offends and what doesn't or what should or should not the president do after all we both voted for him as did about 3 million others