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On 20/03/2017 at 2:05 PM, Patrick said:

I shall be celebrating St Georges Day on April 23 with 3 points against the sh*t and ten pints after

Pizza or kebab for supper ?

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Good night in the sacred heart last night, they were showing the fight but I'd had too much by 3 am.  Thank god for uber 

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Just now, CornyAVFC said:

did they play The Sash Pat, or do they not do requests :biggrin:

They done requests Corny but you'd get ejected from the premises asking for that 

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8 minutes ago, Patrick said:

Tomorrow's Daily Mirror

 

will corny will have to move to his homeland in bonnie 'scotland' just like the jews are trying to do wi Palestine lol

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8 minutes ago, CornyAVFC said:

im movin in with you mate, Irvine will do just lovely lol

yep yer promised home land of sunny ayrshurrrr,wher yer ulster scatch accent originated from...ye'v got the look ye will fit in right away lol

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5 hours ago, Dimitri said:

will corny will have to move to his homeland in bonnie 'scotland' just like the jews are trying to do wi Palestine lol

yes all ancestors of the Scottish plantation of northern Ireland will be repatriated back to Scotland 

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13 hours ago, Patrick said:

yes all ancestors of the Scottish plantation of northern Ireland will be repatriated back to Scotland 

How can the ancestors be repatriated ... they are already in Scotland, most of them 6' under.

If you want an East European 'solution' to the 'Irish Question' then you could repatriate the descendants of the plantations, to Scotland, England or Wales. The quid-pro-quo is the repatriation of all Irish citizens resident in the UK to Ireland.

Does that have any appeal ?

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14 hours ago, Patrick said:

yes all ancestors of the Scottish plantation of northern Ireland will be repatriated back to Scotland 

yep and itl be bloody Ayrshire that will be landed wi them,we always do when its july season lol

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5 hours ago, Larry-AV said:

How can the ancestors be repatriated ... they are already in Scotland, most of them 6' under.

If you want an East European 'solution' to the 'Irish Question' then you could repatriate the descendants of the plantations, to Scotland, England or Wales. The quid-pro-quo is the repatriation of all Irish citizens resident in the UK to Ireland.

Does that have any appeal ?

Don't be trivial Larry.  Now ok the desandants or whatever you want to call them of the plantation of Ulster  will be allowed to stay.  Of course they will. But only if they swear allegiance to the Irish flag , the Dublin government and learn how to speak Gaelic.

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Have this here too, part of my post today in Brexit.

9 minutes ago, Larry-AV said:

01/12/2017 : The Irish Border, the BBC News Channel was rattling on about this throughout yesterday. To me it is straightforward. Either the EU agrees to free trade between us and the EU, or we take matters into our own hands. If the latter, then we extend the Common Travel Area (free movement of people throughout the British Isles) to cover all aspects of trade and business too, irrespective of what Brussels and/or Dublin may say. By this we treat all Irish business as if it was UK business, which means no restrictions on movements and no tariffs. If Dublin and/or its masters in Brussels wants to set-up border posts, then that will be their problem, but it will never happen, as no Irish party advocating a 'hard' border would ever get elected.

 

 

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At the end of the day the Republic of Ireland voted to stay in the EU , and so did the North.  The people have spoken. I like hard ones but there will be no border in the United Ireland. 

 

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