Martin McGuinness goooooooooooooooone

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cant we just pay the south to take the north from the UK.

I could be a massive wedge, but it wouldn't take long for the financial savings to pay back.
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We will take it back on a county by county basis

Starting with Fermanagh.

The scobe areas we will take last.
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nardol wrote:We will take it back on a county by county basis

Starting with Fermanagh.

The scobe areas we will take last.
Are you still waiting for your house to be included within the ROI then?
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nardol wrote:We will take it back on a county by county basis

Starting with Fermanagh.

The scobe areas we will take last.
1 a day, could be done within a week :thumbup:
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fisgard792 wrote:
nardol wrote:We will take it back on a county by county basis

Starting with Fermanagh.

The scobe areas we will take last.
1 a day, could be done within a week :thumbup:
We're on a 50 year time frame here.
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Winnie wrote:
nardol wrote:We will take it back on a county by county basis

Starting with Fermanagh.

The scobe areas we will take last.
Are you still waiting for your house to be included within the ROI then?
Just looking for the reversal of unionist Lebensraum
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fisgard792 wrote:cant we just pay the south to take the north from the UK.

I could be a massive wedge, but it wouldn't take long for the financial savings to pay back.
Leinster says NOOOOO
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and took the rest down with him
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fisgard792 wrote:cant we just pay the south to take the north from the UK.

I could be a massive wedge, but it wouldn't take long for the financial savings to pay back.
Hows about we pay you to take back Monaghan Donegal and Cavan

(and It's only sentimental respect for the Kearney Brothers have us holding on to Louth)
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We'll through in Meath for nothing as well
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HighKingLeinster wrote:We'll through in Meath for nothing as well
Not a fan of Longford, they can have that too
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A lot of knackers in Wexford

The billy Bob rays are made for northern politics also
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It's not a good look when mairtín is the principled one in a given situation.
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Gavin Duffy wrote:It's not a good look when mairtín is the principled one in a given situation.
I'd trust Martin to go to the shops for me over Arlene to be fair.
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earl the beaver wrote:Semtex is a known carcinogen iirc.
Marty was always more of an up close and personal type of guy.
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He was on the news there. Looks like he's on the way out alright.
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unseenwork wrote:
Gavin Duffy wrote:It's not a good look when mairtín is the principled one in a given situation.
I'd trust Martin to go to the shops for me over Arlene to be fair.
Arlene's handling of the RHI has been car crash stuff. If she was in a real democracy she would be gone long ago.
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unseenwork wrote:
Gavin Duffy wrote:It's not a good look when mairtín is the principled one in a given situation.
I'd trust Martin to go to the shops for me over Arlene to be fair.
swings and roundabouts with Marty

Plus side:definitely more likely to come home with all the groceries :thumbup:

Minus side: No guarantee the shops would still be standing :thumbdown:
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waguser wrote:Last thing I need is another election
Because last time you had an election you were allested?
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lemonhead wrote:
Winnie wrote:He has cited the heating scandal but i dont think he is a well man.
Anyone might want to pick him for celebrity death pool this year.

Hell awaits him.
Was on the radio there denying it's due to ill health.

And Christ, he does not sound healthy at all.
This.
Does anyone know what's wrong with him?
He looked and sounded incredibly frail yesterday.
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Apparently it is due to the side effects of medication he is taking for a heart condition
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PM May and the chinless wonder she appointed as NI secretary appear to be way out of their depth here. Hope it gets sorted.
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The Sun God wrote:PM May and the chinless wonder she appointed as NI secretary appear to be way out of their depth here. Hope it gets sorted.
Foster is a disgrace
If there is an election I hope the people cut the shite out of the DUP but alas the morons will vote to keep themmuns out
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MungoMan wrote:
waguser wrote:Last thing I need is another election
Because last time you had an election you were allested?
took me a second

:lol:

RACIST :x
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Winnie wrote:He has cited the heating scandal but i dont think he is a well man.
Anyone might want to pick him for celebrity death pool this year.

Hell awaits him.
Yeah, hes not well at all. Or so i've heard
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The Sun God wrote:PM May and the chinless wonder she appointed as NI secretary appear to be way out of their depth here. Hope it gets sorted.

He may well be out of his depth but he's not posh.
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Is there any way the rest of the UK can legally expell northern Ireland?
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Calculus wrote:Is there any way the rest of the UK can legally expell northern Ireland?
Big boys are discussing stuff now
We will give you a shout when we move on to stickle bricks and plasticine
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bimboman wrote:
The Sun God wrote:PM May and the chinless wonder she appointed as NI secretary appear to be way out of their depth here. Hope it gets sorted.

He may well be out of his depth but he's not posh.
OK, he might be an Essex boy but he was a full partner in Jones Day so I am sure some of the rough edges have been smoothed out over time........ :P
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Shinners clearly smell blood in the water anyway.

I'd like to see some polling.
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The Sun God wrote:
bimboman wrote:
The Sun God wrote:PM May and the chinless wonder she appointed as NI secretary appear to be way out of their depth here. Hope it gets sorted.

He may well be out of his depth but he's not posh.
OK, he might be an Essex boy but he was a full partner in Jones Day so I am sure some of the rough edges have been smoothed out over time........ :P

I'm sure Jones Day still enjoy a "pie and mash" luncheon too.
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This mess come too soon for FF's plans, Mullet?
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Winnie wrote:
The Sun God wrote:PM May and the chinless wonder she appointed as NI secretary appear to be way out of their depth here. Hope it gets sorted.
Foster is a disgrace
If there is an election I hope the people cut the shite out of the DUP but alas the morons will vote to keep themmuns out
I was listening to Eamonn Mallie on the radio yesterday morning and he was very pessimistic about elections taking place anytime soon in the event of a deal not being worked out....... Any idea why he would think that ?. I only got the last part of the interview .
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Winnie wrote:
Calculus wrote:Is there any way the rest of the UK can legally expell northern Ireland?
Big boys are discussing stuff now
We will give you a shout when we move on to stickle bricks and plasticine
Umm, aren't you the poster who threw a massive tantrum over a flag?

Edit: course you were

http://forum.planetrugby.com/viewtopic. ... ilit=+flag
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Nolanator wrote:This mess come too soon for FF's plans, Mullet?

Way too soon.

I half think that is their fúcking intention.
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Mullet 2 wrote:
Nolanator wrote:This mess come too soon for FF's plans, Mullet?

Way too soon.

I half think that is their fúcking intention.
Throw a massive spanner in the works so that the playing field changes so dramatically that FF moves are obsolete?
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Nolanator wrote:
Mullet 2 wrote:
Nolanator wrote:This mess come too soon for FF's plans, Mullet?

Way too soon.

I half think that is their fúcking intention.
Throw a massive spanner in the works so that the playing field changes so dramatically that FF moves are obsolete?

Nah Block our entry for another 5 years
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Calculus wrote:
Winnie wrote:
Calculus wrote:Is there any way the rest of the UK can legally expell northern Ireland?
Big boys are discussing stuff now
We will give you a shout when we move on to stickle bricks and plasticine
Umm, aren't you the poster who threw a massive tantrum over a flag?

Edit: course you were

http://forum.planetrugby.com/viewtopic. ... ilit=+flag
LOL a massive tantrum
Stay down champ you are not covering yourself in glory on this thread
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If that’s not you acting in a hysterical way I’d love to see when you are really upset :shock:

BTW, how many millions have you swindled out of British tax payers for heating your empty cow sheds, eh Winnie ;)
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Calculus wrote:If that’s not you acting in a hysterical way I’d love to see when you are really upset :shock:

BTW, how many millions have you swindled out of British tax payers for heating your empty cow sheds, eh Winnie ;)
It's only NI taxpayers that are being hit with the cash for ash mess.
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