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2013-03-17 01:28:36 AM  
List didn't suck nearly as bad as I expected
 
2013-03-17 03:05:15 AM  
Came for Clancy Brothers & Dubliners, leaving satisfied.
 
2013-03-17 06:47:08 AM  
List fails without the Corrs.
 
2013-03-17 06:51:27 AM  
 
2013-03-17 06:52:36 AM  
Link started to go to  correct link.  Then got booted to homepage with adverts.  Maybe they know I'm not Irish.

/IrishSkyNet activated already?
 
2013-03-17 06:52:38 AM  
No love for the irish museum on family guy?
 
2013-03-17 06:53:25 AM  
Opens link, checks for The Pogues, leaves satisfied
 
2013-03-17 06:53:57 AM  
Disappointing lack of Flogging Molly's
 
2013-03-17 07:00:01 AM  

s1ugg0: Disappointing lack of Flogging Molly's


a) no "'s"
b) They are an American band, who happens to have an Irish singer.


//yes, I do like them
 
2013-03-17 07:19:41 AM  
 
2013-03-17 07:23:08 AM  
 
2013-03-17 07:28:16 AM  
List fails without Darby O'Gill and the Little People.
 
2013-03-17 07:34:26 AM  
So, i'm guessing you have to be drunk to appreciate "Irish pop culture"...

/Doesn't drink.
 
2013-03-17 07:34:38 AM  
No Irish Rovers??

What about this dude?

www.adweek.com

Jeez, the newest version of the leprechaun looks pretty creepy. I prefer the 1970s box.
 
2013-03-17 07:37:28 AM  
Between movies about how poor and happy the Irish are, songs about a conflict most sides have forgotten even existed and drinking songs, I think the Irish could possibly overtake black people for most offensive portrayal in the media.
 
2013-03-17 07:44:49 AM  

SockMonkeyHolocaust: Between movies about how poor and happy the Irish are, songs about a conflict most sides have forgotten even existed and drinking songs, I think the Irish could possibly overtake black people for most offensive portrayal in the media.


The conflict is glorified in huge wall murals all over Belfast.  The Catholics don't publicly disclose their religion, or become labelled terrorists.
I took this picture last week.

i1220.photobucket.com
 
2013-03-17 08:06:41 AM  
Irish pop?
imageshack.us

/First thing I thought of
//Because something is wrong with me
 
2013-03-17 08:13:09 AM  

Wellon Dowd: List fails without Darby O'Gill and the Little People.


Seconded. See a very young Sean Connery sing, woo a girl, and punch a bully.
 
2013-03-17 08:17:01 AM  
Is it that time of the year when the Flogging Molly's and the Pogues get mentioned already ?
 
2013-03-17 08:20:42 AM  
Ah, I remember when Janeane Garofalo was super-cute.  Combine that with her intelligence and wit, I had a huge thing for her back then.   The Matchmaker was a good movie, as Rom-Coms go.

Now, she went off the deep end of the left wing (even for a very, VERY liberal person like me, it's a bit much) and got all tattooed up, she just doesn't seem very fun OR cute anymore.  Maybe if she wasn't so damn pissed off all the time, I wouldn't be quite so annoyed with her.

Also, a list of Irish classics need to include this.
 
2013-03-17 08:22:47 AM  

CFitzDE: Wellon Dowd: List fails without Darby O'Gill and the Little People.

Seconded. See a very young Sean Connery sing, woo a girl, and punch a bully.


List succeeds wildly for not including that movie.
 
2013-03-17 08:47:12 AM  

Premeditated_Road_Rage: List fails without the Corrs.


A couple of them, at least. Mmmmm.
 
2013-03-17 08:48:58 AM  
Foggy Dew

As down the glen one Easter morn to a city fair rode I
Their Armed lines of marching men in squadrons passed me by
No pipes did hum no battle drum did sound it's loud tatoo
But the Angelus bell o'er the Liffey swell rang out through the foggy dew
Right proudly high over Dublin Town they flung out the flag of war
'Twas better to die 'neath an Irish sky than at Sulva or Sud El Bar
And from the plains of Royal Meath strong men came hurrying through
While Britannia's Huns, with their long range guns sailed in through the foggy dew
'Twas England bade our Wild Geese go that small nations might be free
But their lonely graves are by Sulva's waves or the fringe of the Great North Sea
Oh, had they died by Pearse's side or fought with Cathal Brugha
Their names we will keep where the fenians sleep 'neath the shroud of the foggy dew
Oh the bravest fell, and the requiem bell rang mournfully and clear
For those who died that Easter tide in the spring time of the year
While the world did gaze, in deep amaze, at those fearless men but few
Who bore the fight that freedom's light might shine through the foggy dew
Back through the glen I rode again and my heart with grief was sore
For I parted with those valiant men whom I never shall see more
But to and fro in my dreams I go and I'd kneel and pray for you,
For slavery fled, O glorious dead, When you fell in the foggy dew

Take your pick

I suggest Luke Kelly or The Wolf Tones.
 
2013-03-17 08:50:02 AM  
The Brits play a large part in most of these. Kudos, guys.

/csb - wife worked for Riverdance
 
2013-03-17 08:51:54 AM  
In the Name of the Father is a fantastic movie. Tragically triumphant in a way only the Irish could pull off.
 
2013-03-17 09:11:29 AM  
Just re-read the list and can't believe I didn't notice Riverdance on there before.

Riverdance?  Really?

"It's as if his legs flail about independent of his body!" - Chandler Bing
 
2013-03-17 09:23:26 AM  
Oh so much fail without...

/Ted, you remember that fella who was so good at fashion they had to shoot him?
 
2013-03-17 09:26:24 AM  
25.media.tumblr.com

Boo image fail!!!!
 
2013-03-17 09:29:40 AM  
 
2013-03-17 09:34:13 AM  
Riverdance?  No, no, not at all.

The Wind That Shakes the Barley is an excellent film, however.  Highly recommend you see it.
 
2013-03-17 09:34:43 AM  
Whatever your opinion of John Wayne, The Quiet Man should be required viewing for anyone who wants to understand the Irish.

My all time favorite JW movie, with The Searchers at #2.
 
2013-03-17 09:36:38 AM  
Missing from the list:

images.moviepostershop.com
 
2013-03-17 09:37:27 AM  
No Dropkick Murphys?
 
2013-03-17 09:40:33 AM  

Basily Gourt: Whatever your opinion of John Wayne, The Quiet Man should be required viewing for anyone who wants to understand the Irish.


I attempted to watch that film once, and had to turn it off halfway through because of the gratingly awful acting of the supporting cast. Wayne wasn't bad, though he was, as always, playing "John Wayne".
 
2013-03-17 09:42:36 AM  

Basily Gourt: The Quiet Man should be required viewing for anyone who wants to understand the Irish.


The only thing I got out of that movie was an Irish fight is mobile, and there is always some guy in a pub with an accordion.
 
2013-03-17 09:43:12 AM  
Aye, we took many a lump.  Twas all in good fun!
 
2013-03-17 09:44:55 AM  

John Buck 41: No Dropkick Murphys?


They're as "Irish" as Aerosmith or The Cars.
 
2013-03-17 09:50:59 AM  

puckrock2000: They're as "Irish" as Aerosmith or The Cars.


Or House of Pain
 
2013-03-17 10:08:39 AM  
http://imgur.com/r/redheads/
 
2013-03-17 10:16:57 AM  
One of my favorite non-historical movies I like to watch on St. Patrick's Day is Miller's Crossing.
 
2013-03-17 10:23:59 AM  

puckrock2000: John Buck 41: No Dropkick Murphys?

They're as "Irish" as Aerosmith or The Cars.


Or say...John Wayne, who is on this list.
 
2013-03-17 10:25:14 AM  

otaku69: http://imgur.com/r/redheads/


You really should note that the link is NSFW.
 
2013-03-17 10:33:16 AM  

Wellon Dowd: List fails without Darby O'Gill and the Little People.


The Disney channel used to show it every year but stopped a long time ago.  I found it online and am watching it on my IPAD.  The banshees scared the crap out of me when I was little.  That black coach is kind of creepy to me to this day.
 
2013-03-17 10:34:11 AM  
s3.amazonaws.com
Standing at the edge of the Cliffs of Mohr (700' high)
 
2013-03-17 10:44:45 AM  

Tom_Slick: puckrock2000: They're as "Irish" as Aerosmith or The Cars.

Or House of Pain


To be fair, they do have a scotsman in the band, and he even plays the bagpipes. Granted, they're scottish bagpipes, not irish. For some reason Americans can't tell the difference.
 
2013-03-17 10:47:17 AM  
"Long Black Veil" for the Chieftains, really?

Not stuff from their Claddagh years, when they were making more traditional music and not big orchestral pieces, or gimmicky songs with pop stars? (Although I'll admit, I *do* like Mo Ghile Mear from that album)  I would have even accepted "Celebration" or one of their numbered albums

Premeditated_Road_Rage: List fails without the Corrs.


Please - if we are going to go that pop-ish, the Cranberries should be there well before the Corrs.

CFitzDE: Wellon Dowd: List fails without Darby O'Gill and the Little People.

Seconded. See a very young Sean Connery sing, woo a girl, and punch a bully.


And try and make a Scottish accent sound Irish :)
 
2013-03-17 10:57:18 AM  

Wellon Dowd: List fails without Darby O'Gill and the Little People.


Came here to say that, tell you kids to keep off my lawn.
 
2013-03-17 10:57:26 AM  
List fails without Ryan's Daughter
 
2013-03-17 11:00:33 AM  
Why is a British monk the symbol of Irish culture in America?
 
2013-03-17 11:01:09 AM  

CptnSpldng: [s3.amazonaws.com image 360x375]
Standing at the edge of the Cliffs of Mohr (700' high)


thanks for the sweaty palms.
 
2013-03-17 11:01:13 AM  

LectertheChef: For some reason Americans can't tell the difference.


CSB:

Americans have never been able to tell the difference, when my cousin and I were researching our genealogy, we found that our last name is Scottish and the family immigrated to Pennsylvania in the early 1700s, but that is where we ran into some issues tracing what happened next since in all the historical  texts we could find of the era referred to that group of immigrants as "The Irish."  Turns out the Quakers didn't know the difference.
 
2013-03-17 11:03:16 AM  
Bonus: Andrea Corr
i49.tinypic.com
 
2013-03-17 11:05:01 AM  
 
2013-03-17 11:11:24 AM  
Another little seen gem of a movie. This one is about the Irish Travelers 9and no, it is not about the Travelers that wander the US scamming people)

i283.photobucket.com
 
2013-03-17 11:13:40 AM  

NuclearPenguins: Missing from the list:

[images.moviepostershop.com image 500x738]


Love this movie! Colm Meaney is really an underrated actor and takes such interesting roles.
 
2013-03-17 11:17:10 AM  

ChubbyTiger: Premeditated_Road_Rage: List fails without the Corrs.

A couple of them, at least. Mmmmm.


Link
 
2013-03-17 12:00:25 PM  
How is "pop culture classic" not an oxymoron?

Because the popularity of most things that are wildly popular at first do not last
 
2013-03-17 12:02:11 PM  
Remove Moondance and replace it with Into The Mystic and it is not a bad list.
 
2013-03-17 12:15:11 PM  
http://www.irishfilm.net/ could prove pertinent to the thread.
 
2013-03-17 12:23:02 PM  
 
2013-03-17 12:24:15 PM  
Póg mo thóin!
 
2013-03-17 12:44:40 PM  
Remove Riverdance for God's sake.

Add Da.
 
2013-03-17 01:01:55 PM  

Uisce Beatha: "Long Black Veil" for the Chieftains, really?

Not stuff from their Claddagh years, when they were making more traditional music and not big orchestral pieces, or gimmicky songs with pop stars? (Although I'll admit, I *do* like Mo Ghile Mear from that album)  I would have even accepted "Celebration" or one of their numbered albums

Premeditated_Road_Rage: List fails without the Corrs.

Please - if we are going to go that pop-ish, the Cranberries should be there well before the Corrs.

CFitzDE: Wellon Dowd: List fails without Darby O'Gill and the Little People.

Seconded. See a very young Sean Connery sing, woo a girl, and punch a bully.

And try and make a Scottish accent sound Irish :)


I think he's complaining about the absence of the corrs for reasons other than their music
 
2013-03-17 01:11:29 PM  
Dump the Riverdance and Van Morrison, add in Black 47, but major points for including  THE WIND THAT SHAKES THE BARLEY, a simply fantastic movie.

But seriously, you use The Matchmaker but you don't have either The Snapper or The General?  Maybe Fifty Dead Men Walking?
 
2013-03-17 01:12:37 PM  

Tom_Slick: LectertheChef: For some reason Americans can't tell the difference.

CSB:

Americans have never been able to tell the difference, when my cousin and I were researching our genealogy, we found that our last name is Scottish and the family immigrated to Pennsylvania in the early 1700s, but that is where we ran into some issues tracing what happened next since in all the historical  texts we could find of the era referred to that group of immigrants as "The Irish."  Turns out the Quakers didn't know the difference.


 Scots-Irish?
 
2013-03-17 01:12:40 PM  

I Like Bread: Where the hell is Black 47?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GViXO8bZDz8


Damn straight.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4XUM6bJAdxM
 
2013-03-17 01:27:51 PM  

wellreadneck: Scots-Irish?


Yes part of the original group of Presbyterians forced out.
 
2013-03-17 01:59:00 PM  
Today is St. Patrick's day, so in honor of all things Irish, you should eat a bowl of Lucky Charms for breakfast, wash it down with a McDonald's Shamrock Shake, listen to a House of Pain CD, and then put green food coloring in a Budweiser, to make it traditional.  Just like they do in Ireland.
 
2013-03-17 02:42:47 PM  

Cormee: I think he's complaining about the absence of the corrs for reasons other than their music


Dolores can hold her own in that respect as well...

userserve-ak.last.fm
2.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-03-17 02:55:48 PM  
i43.tower.com

www.film46.com
 
2013-03-17 03:08:26 PM  

Uisce Beatha: Cormee: I think he's complaining about the absence of the corrs for reasons other than their music

Dolores can hold her own in that respect as well...


I'd box the gee off her
 
2013-03-17 03:10:03 PM  
No wait. That was Delores O'Riordan.

I wouldn't, not even with yours
 
2013-03-17 03:44:53 PM  

Uisce Beatha: Cormee: I think he's complaining about the absence of the corrs for reasons other than their music

Dolores can hold her own in that respect as well...


Mulva?
 
2013-03-17 04:06:44 PM  
Pretty good list (Wind that Shakes the Barley is farking awesome), but it's missing a few things.

3.bp.blogspot.com

and

i2.blogs.indiewire.com

Being first and foremost amongst them.
 
2013-03-17 04:41:38 PM  

wellreadneck: Tom_Slick: LectertheChef: For some reason Americans can't tell the difference.

CSB:

Americans have never been able to tell the difference, when my cousin and I were researching our genealogy, we found that our last name is Scottish and the family immigrated to Pennsylvania in the early 1700s, but that is where we ran into some issues tracing what happened next since in all the historical  texts we could find of the era referred to that group of immigrants as "The Irish."  Turns out the Quakers didn't know the difference.

 Scots-Irish?


Scots-Irish is just a polite was of saying Protestant Bastard.
 
2013-03-17 05:16:32 PM  
Unfortunately the list left out an artistic low budget film that never was in major theaters. It is "The Brylcreem Boy's" and included Jean Butler, the original  lead dancer of RiverDance as part of the cast.
 
2013-03-17 06:02:13 PM  
Seventeen Come Sunday


As I walked out on a May morning, on a May morning so early,
I overtook a pretty fair maid just as the day was a-dawning.


Chorus:
With a rue-rum-ray, fol-the-diddle-day,
Whack-fol-lare-diddle-I-doh.


Her eyes were bright and her stockings white, and her buckling shone like silver,
She had a dark and a rolling eye, and her hair hung over her shoulder.


Where are you going, my pretty fair maid? Where are you going, my honey?
She answered me right cheerfully, I've an errand for my mummy.


How old are you, my pretty fair maid? How old are you, my honey?
She answered me right cheerfully, I'm seventeen come Sunday.


Will you take a man, my pretty fair maid? Will you take a man, my honey?
She answered me right cheerfully, I darst not for my mummy.


But if you come round to my mummy's house, when the moon shines bright and clearly,
I will come down and let you in, and my mummy shall not hear me.


So I went down to her mummy's house, when the moon shone bright and clearly,
She did come down and let me in, and I lay in her arms till morning.


So, now I have my soldier-man, and his ways they are quite winning.
The drum and fife are my delight, and a pint of rum in the morning.
 
2013-03-17 06:16:47 PM  
www.newreleasesnow.com

We are Flogging Molly and this is what we do


/one of the best live albums I've heard in my 3.5 decades of music enjoyment.
 
2013-03-17 06:23:20 PM  
I'm from a town where we remembered 20 years ago the murders of two inocent young boys ( 12 and 3 ) this week. Their Parents have forgiven but I'll never forget. I attended a Catholic school and was brought up as a Catholic. They did not care they bombed our town the day before mothers day. They aimed it at kids.

One Protestant, One Catholic

Have a great St Patrick's day but I shall not be joining you

/The Cranberries sang about the incident in  Zombie
 
2013-03-17 07:05:31 PM  

downtownkid: wellreadneck: Tom_Slick: LectertheChef: For some reason Americans can't tell the difference.

CSB:

Americans have never been able to tell the difference, when my cousin and I were researching our genealogy, we found that our last name is Scottish and the family immigrated to Pennsylvania in the early 1700s, but that is where we ran into some issues tracing what happened next since in all the historical  texts we could find of the era referred to that group of immigrants as "The Irish."  Turns out the Quakers didn't know the difference.

 Scots-Irish?

Scots-Irish is just a polite was of saying Protestant Bastard.


Better stick with "Hillbilly" or "Redneck". Sure, it's somewhat less than polite, but if you clump them in with the rest of the Protestants, you're bound to piss off an some thin-skinned WASP.
 
2013-03-17 07:37:21 PM  

SankeySte: I'm from a town where we remembered 20 years ago the murders of two inocent young boys ( 12 and 3 ) this week. Their Parents have forgiven but I'll never forget. I attended a Catholic school and was brought up as a Catholic. They did not care they bombed our town the day before mothers day. They aimed it at kids.

One Protestant, One Catholic

Have a great St Patrick's day but I shall not be joining you

/The Cranberries sang about the incident in  Zombie


St Patrick planted that bomb?

Get over yourself.
 
2013-03-17 07:39:12 PM  

Snapper Carr: [www.newreleasesnow.com image 400x400]

We are Flogging Molly and this is what we do


/one of the best live albums I've heard in my 3.5 decades of music enjoyment.



They are pretty damn spectacular in person, too.
 
2013-03-17 09:15:13 PM  

John Buck 41: No Dropkick Murphys?


They are also American
 
2013-03-17 09:17:58 PM  

Cloudchaser Sakonige the Red Wolf: How is "pop culture classic" not an oxymoron?

Because the popularity of most things that are wildly popular at first do not last


A classic is something that holds up over time. Popularity not required.
 
2013-03-17 10:18:21 PM  

cretinbob: John Buck 41: No Dropkick Murphys?

They are also American


As I pointed out to an earlier poster, so is John Wayne, who appears on the list in TFA. Why have different standards for movies and music?

I'd wager 99.9999999% of Guinness Stout consumed today in the US was brewed and bottled in the US.

I don't wish to belabor the the point but it seems silly to exclude the Murphys from this discussion just because they are from the United States.
 
2013-03-17 10:22:52 PM  

John Buck 41: cretinbob: John Buck 41: No Dropkick Murphys?

They are also American

As I pointed out to an earlier poster, so is John Wayne, who appears on the list in TFA. Why have different standards for movies and music?

I'd wager 99.9999999% of Guinness Stout consumed today in the US was brewed and bottled in the US.

I don't wish to belabor the the point but it seems silly to exclude the Murphys from this discussion just because they are from the United States.


Because the film he was in was filmed in Ireland, the rest of the cast was Irish, and it was about Ireland.  You are comparing apples to oranges

/FWIW, I really like DM and FM
//But the list has it right in those cases
 
2013-03-17 10:44:07 PM  
This is why I love Fark™. I read this:

SankeySte: I'm from a town where we remembered 20 years ago the murders of two inocent young boys ( 12 and 3 ) this week. Their Parents have forgiven but I'll never forget. I attended a Catholic school and was brought up as a Catholic. They did not care they bombed our town the day before mothers day. They aimed it at kids.

One Protestant, One Catholic

Have a great St Patrick's day but I shall not be joining you

/The Cranberries sang about the incident in  Zombie


And I get all proud and happy that someone is taking a stand and speaking out about something that which is near and dear to them.
And then I see this:

Cormee: St Patrick planted that bomb?

Get over yourself.


And I am quickly brought back to reality, as I chuckle and remember what website I am at.
 
2013-03-17 10:53:34 PM  

Uisce Beatha: John Buck 41: cretinbob: John Buck 41: No Dropkick Murphys?

They are also American

As I pointed out to an earlier poster, so is John Wayne, who appears on the list in TFA. Why have different standards for movies and music?

I'd wager 99.9999999% of Guinness Stout consumed today in the US was brewed and bottled in the US.

I don't wish to belabor the the point but it seems silly to exclude the Murphys from this discussion just because they are from the United States.

Because the film he was in was filmed in Ireland, the rest of the cast was Irish, and it was about Ireland.  You are comparing apples to oranges

/FWIW, I really like DM and FM
//But the list has it right in those cases


So all The Dropkick Murphys have to do is record an album  in Ireland and we'll have nothing further to discuss, right? Got it.

Honestly, I don't give a shiat whether they are on this list or not. I'm not even that big a fan. I only know of them from my daughter, The Departed and their informal association with the Boston Red Sox. Oh, and the fact they are an Irish/Celtic band. I do find it amusing however, that at least 3 Farkers are making a big deal of my mention of them in this thread
 
2013-03-17 11:04:30 PM  

orezona: One of my favorite non-historical movies I like to watch on St. Patrick's Day is Miller's Crossing.


I'm watching that right now.

/The old man's still an artist with the Thompson.
 
2013-03-17 11:08:45 PM  

John Buck 41: So all The Dropkick Murphys have to do is record an album in Ireland and we'll have nothing further to discuss, right? Got it.


Way to miss the point.  They are an American band, with American members, singing about American themes.  Sure, you can append "Irish-" in front of all those "American" bits, but that doesn't make them Irish, it makes them Irish-American.

The sad thing here is you say you aren't a big fan, and I consider myself a fan, so some might consider we are arguing the opposite sides of what you would expect.

/Whatevs, I am off to work
//It is 18 March here, now, so I'll save random Irish arguments for next year
 
2013-03-18 04:26:16 AM  

Clint_Torres: This is why I love Fark™. I read this:

SankeySte: I'm from a town where we remembered 20 years ago the murders of two inocent young boys ( 12 and 3 ) this week. Their Parents have forgiven but I'll never forget. I attended a Catholic school and was brought up as a Catholic. They did not care they bombed our town the day before mothers day. They aimed it at kids.

One Protestant, One Catholic

Have a great St Patrick's day but I shall not be joining you

/The Cranberries sang about the incident in  Zombie

And I get all proud and happy that someone is taking a stand and speaking out about something that which is near and dear to them.
And then I see this:

Cormee: St Patrick planted that bomb?

Get over yourself.

And I am quickly brought back to reality, as I chuckle and remember what website I am at.


While it may sound like 100% snark, there is a point behind my post.

What happened in Warrington was undoubtedly horrific, however Northern Ireland is littered with towns that have suffered far more pain.

The fact that these poor kids' parents have managed to forgive and move on, as have a very large % of those living in NI who experienced the suffering first-hand. However, here we have this clown, navel-gazing over something that barely affected him.

Yes I'm Irish, and no, I don't support terrorism of any kind. The changes that have taken place in the relationships of all parties involved in the NI conflict, in the last two decades or so have been fantastic. Yet for some reason it's those who have had the least to do with the conflict who have the strongest opinion on the matter
 
2013-03-18 02:13:03 PM  
 
2013-03-18 04:57:41 PM  
Yes, please.

lh6.googleusercontent.com
 
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