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2014-05-02 12:44:06 PM  
Horseshiat. The sea is always the best place to dump a body. Trace evidence washed away and plenty of little critters to take it apart quickly. Just be sure to weigh it down.
 
2014-05-02 01:20:37 PM  
Is the Satire tag drunk on whisky or something?
 
2014-05-02 01:54:33 PM  
So, it's cheaper than a divorce?
 
2014-05-02 01:56:52 PM  

gopher321: Horseshiat. The sea is always the best place to dump a body. Trace evidence washed away and plenty of little critters to take it apart quickly. Just be sure to weigh it down.



I guess that depends on where and how much.

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2014-05-02 02:00:19 PM  
"I hear the best thing to do is feed them to the pigs.  You got to starve the pigs for a few days, then the sight of a chopped-up body will look like curry to a pisshead."

- Shia Lebeouf
 
2014-05-02 02:04:39 PM  
It's always awkward when you go out to the country to dispose of a body and you run into someone else doing the same thing and you have to flip a coin for the best spot.
 
2014-05-02 02:09:06 PM  
I remember driving west from Glendalough on my first visit and it seemed like a pretty desolate place.
 
2014-05-02 02:09:25 PM  

gopher321: Horseshiat. The sea is always the best place to dump a body. Trace evidence washed away and plenty of little critters to take it apart quickly. Just be sure to weigh it down.


You can even make entire 777 disappear.
 
2014-05-02 02:10:14 PM  
Pushing it off the Cliffs of Moher will do a good job too.

// Also recognised as the Cliffs of Insanity
 
2014-05-02 02:11:17 PM  
Goddamitsomuch.

There is only one place a true Irishman would dump a body. And that is in a peat bog.
 
2014-05-02 02:11:26 PM  

flynn80: gopher321: Horseshiat. The sea is always the best place to dump a body. Trace evidence washed away and plenty of little critters to take it apart quickly. Just be sure to weigh it down.

You can even make entire 777 disappear.


Wow.
 
2014-05-02 02:11:39 PM  

Sybarite: gopher321: Horseshiat. The sea is always the best place to dump a body. Trace evidence washed away and plenty of little critters to take it apart quickly. Just be sure to weigh it down.


I guess that depends on where and how much.

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Don't know who did that, but that person should be a spokesman for Glad garbage bags.
 
2014-05-02 02:12:40 PM  
This is what killed the potatoes.
 
2014-05-02 02:13:26 PM  
WWN is the Irish Onion.
Or Pwnion.
 
2014-05-02 02:14:47 PM  

Sybarite: gopher321: Horseshiat. The sea is always the best place to dump a body. Trace evidence washed away and plenty of little critters to take it apart quickly. Just be sure to weigh it down.


I guess that depends on where and how much.

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I like the cut of your jib, I had the same thought- Dexter should have considered this in his disposal plans.
 
2014-05-02 02:16:53 PM  
Why always a "shallow grave"? Come on, mobsters, have some pride in your work.
 
2014-05-02 02:18:00 PM  
Q:  How can you tell if an Irishman is polite?

A:  He takes off his hat before beating his wife.
 
2014-05-02 02:19:46 PM  
Having driven from Dublin to Glendalough through the Wicklow national park on my honeymoon, yeah, I can totally see this.  It was beautiful, but man, those winding, narrow roads were completely empty.

Rental-car GPS took us that way, eventually telling us to take a right turn into an empty field in the middle of f*cking nowhere.   Took around 2.5 hours to get through the park.  We took highways on the way back and I think it took ~45 minutes.
 
2014-05-02 02:19:51 PM  

gopher321: Sybarite: gopher321: Horseshiat. The sea is always the best place to dump a body. Trace evidence washed away and plenty of little critters to take it apart quickly. Just be sure to weigh it down.


I guess that depends on where and how much.

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Don't know who did that, but that person should be a spokesman for Glad garbage bags.


Nah, that guy's already repping paper towels.

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2014-05-02 02:20:40 PM  
If you believe the stories about Martin Cahill and others like him, there's lots of excellent stuff buried in the forests of Ireland.

/Brendan Gleason FTW
/His Benny Hill impersonation in the Harry Potter movies was spot on!
 
2014-05-02 02:23:51 PM  

gopher321: Horseshiat. The sea is always the best place to dump a body


Woodchipper and a fish farm.
Use pressure washer to clean up.
Wash everything down the bank and use a rental pressure wash and rental chipper.
 
2014-05-02 02:24:08 PM  
Why does the picture with TFA look like it was taken in my backyard in southern Arizona? Minus the dude and the body, I mean. Pretty sure it wasn't taken in the Wicklow mountains.
 
2014-05-02 02:24:43 PM  
If you're going to Ireland you should wear your Guinness shirt the whole time and repeatedly make mention to strangers in pubs that you can drink so much and you're hot tempered because of your Irish blood.
 
2014-05-02 02:25:02 PM  

uncleacid: This is what killed the potatoes.


And made everything green. Dank putrid green.

/they really didn't put any thought into making it a destination, did they. Needs to up the creep factor and have manifest the FEAR
 
2014-05-02 02:27:31 PM  

lindalouwho: uncleacid: This is what killed the potatoes.

And made everything green. Dank putrid green.

/they really didn't put any thought into making it a destination, did they. Needs to up the creep factor and have manifest the FEAR


Words are hard.
 
2014-05-02 02:35:46 PM  
"A lot of holes in the desert, and a lot of problems are buried in those holes. But you gotta do it right. I mean, you gotta have the hole already dug before you show up with a package in the trunk. Otherwise, you're talking about a half-hour to forty-five minutes worth of digging. And who knows who's gonna come along in that time? Pretty soon, you gotta dig a few more holes. You could be there all farkin' night." --Shia Lebouf
 
2014-05-02 02:42:23 PM  
Don't kiss the Blarney stone, that's good advice right there.
 
2014-05-02 02:45:32 PM  

gopher321: Horseshiat. The sea is always the best place to dump a body. Trace evidence washed away and plenty of little critters to take it apart quickly. Just be sure to weigh it down.


www.dvdactive.com
The little fishies will have eaten him by now
 
2014-05-02 02:46:14 PM  
Shiat. That was supposed to be David Wilmot in The Guard.
 
2014-05-02 02:52:56 PM  
Probably of more interest is the 5th annual redhead convention August 22- 24 in Crosshaven, County Cork, Ireland

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2014-05-02 02:54:51 PM  

Car_Ramrod: Why always a "shallow grave"? Come on, mobsters, have some pride in your work.


Jack Straw from Wichita, cut his buddy down
Dug for him a shallow grave, and laid his body down
Half a mile from Tucson, by the mornin' light
One man down and another to go, my old buddy, you're movin'
Much to slow....

/obscure?


Rapmaster2000: If you're going to Ireland you should wear your Guinness shirt the whole time and repeatedly make mention to strangers in pubs that you can drink so much and you're hot tempered because of your Irish blood.


also, order a Black and Tan in any bar in Dublin and ask if they take £ sterling.  the irish love a good laugh, they'll clap you on the back and buy you a round if you do that.
 
2014-05-02 03:13:52 PM  

8 inches: flynn80: gopher321: Horseshiat. The sea is always the best place to dump a body. Trace evidence washed away and plenty of little critters to take it apart quickly. Just be sure to weigh it down.

You can even make entire 777 disappear.

Wow.


Too soon?
 
2014-05-02 03:15:10 PM  
Wear a rubber when farking the sheep?

/ewe
 
2014-05-02 03:16:05 PM  
Actually an American girl went missing in those mountains... must be about 25 years ago now. Annie McCarrick. I have very vague memories of my Dad going up there to help the search teams. No trace of her was ever found.I think she was the first of a handful of young women to disappear around that area over a couple of years, but in fairness Ireland is so small they could all be unrelated cases. The only other names I remember are Jo-Jo Dollard and... I think Deidre Jacob?Saw a TV interview with Annie's Dad years later. Poor man was broken, still hiring investigators and trying everything he could to find his kid. I think he's died since.Dammit, now I'm going to be digging around the internet reading up on this stuff.
 
2014-05-02 03:30:53 PM  
From TFA:  "Dublin is fast becoming the murder capital of Ireland, so it makes sense that it's nearest vast expanse of nothingness would become a popular disposal site for victims" said survey conductor Grainne Malley.

Wait a second.  You mean Dublin isn't already the murder capital of Ireland?
 
2014-05-02 03:58:23 PM  

i.r.id10t: Probably of more interest is the 5th annual redhead convention August 22- 24 in Crosshaven, County Cork, Ireland

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bought my ticket just now, thanks

/I'll be in my bunk
 
2014-05-02 04:00:44 PM  
Also, stay out of Temple Bar, way too expensive.
 
2014-05-02 04:26:41 PM  

ban_sidhe: Why does the picture with TFA look like it was taken in my backyard in southern Arizona? Minus the dude and the body, I mean. Pretty sure it wasn't taken in the Wicklow mountains.


Looks like NM, same terraine.
*clicks profile(*
Hey! we have matching kittahs.
 
2014-05-02 04:28:47 PM  
Thread jack:If given the choice while visiting Dublin, should you take the Guiness Brewery Tour or the Jameson Whiskey Tour?
 
2014-05-02 04:52:58 PM  

vudukungfu: ban_sidhe: Why does the picture with TFA look like it was taken in my backyard in southern Arizona? Minus the dude and the body, I mean. Pretty sure it wasn't taken in the Wicklow mountains.

Looks like NM, same terraine.
*clicks profile(*
Hey! we have matching kittahs.


The little black ones? I should really update that picture, as they turned one year old last month and are a lot larger now. Still black, though.
 
2014-05-02 04:59:13 PM  

ban_sidhe: I should really update that picture, as they turned one year old last month and are a lot larger now. Still black, though.



True.  Because once they go black they never go.....oh boy.   nevermind.
 
2014-05-02 05:06:37 PM  
I thought the Unions of New York City preferred the East River
 
2014-05-02 05:08:25 PM  

8 inches: Thread jack:If given the choice while visiting Dublin, should you take the Guiness Brewery Tour or the Jameson Whiskey Tour?


Guinness brewery. They give samples
 
2014-05-02 05:21:51 PM  
"toerag"

LOL.
 
2014-05-02 06:26:56 PM  

8 inches: Thread jack:If given the choice while visiting Dublin, should you take the Guiness Brewery Tour or the Jameson Whiskey Tour?


Guinness brewery tour is cool, and you get samples.  I have also been to Bushmills in N. Ireland, which is a bit more like a working distillery tour.  Protip:  Towards the end make sure you're right up front and raise your hand *really quickly* when they ask for volunteers to do a whiskey tasting.  My wife got to do it. I wanted to, but I was driving.  Grump grump grump.
 
2014-05-02 06:50:18 PM  

Osomatic: I have also been to Bushmills in N. Ireland, which is a bit more like a working distillery tour. Protip: Towards the end make sure you're right up front and raise your hand *really quickly* when they ask for volunteers to do a whiskey tasting. My wife got to do it. I wanted to, but I was driving. Grump grump grump.



i did a bus tour that, for the Bushmills portion, our groupd each got I think 2 vouchers for a free tasting.  the little group my wife and I glommed onto weren't really whiskey drinkers, so they gave me their vouchers.  I had maybe, i don't know, between my two, my wife';s one and a half, and possibly 3-4 others, about 5-6 shots of Bushmills over an hour.  good thing i got to ride the bus back to Belfast!

/also bought a "sold only here, not for retail anywhere in the world" bottle of Bushmills, in a black label i think.
 
2014-05-02 07:05:44 PM  
Bushmills? That's PROTESTANT whiskey!

/miss you, McNulty
 
2014-05-02 07:40:27 PM  

rickythepenguin: Osomatic: I have also been to Bushmills in N. Ireland, which is a bit more like a working distillery tour. Protip: Towards the end make sure you're right up front and raise your hand *really quickly* when they ask for volunteers to do a whiskey tasting. My wife got to do it. I wanted to, but I was driving. Grump grump grump.


i did a bus tour that, for the Bushmills portion, our groupd each got I think 2 vouchers for a free tasting.  the little group my wife and I glommed onto weren't really whiskey drinkers, so they gave me their vouchers.  I had maybe, i don't know, between my two, my wife';s one and a half, and possibly 3-4 others, about 5-6 shots of Bushmills over an hour.  good thing i got to ride the bus back to Belfast!

/also bought a "sold only here, not for retail anywhere in the world" bottle of Bushmills, in a black label i think.


Nice!  I'm jealous.  On the other hand, it was fun to drive on the wrong side of the road.  :)
 
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