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2013-03-17 08:22:47 AM
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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 07:28:16 AM
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List fails without Darby O'Gill and the Little People.
2013-03-18 04:26:16 AM
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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
2013-03-17 07:37:21 PM
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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 12:23:02 PM
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2013-03-17 09:26:24 AM
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Boo image fail!!!!
2013-03-17 06:51:27 AM
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