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Post by sassy on Sat May 23, 2015 11:00 pm

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Yes vote to equal marriage, Eurovision is on, apparently al rainbow over Cork, has to be officially the gayest day in Irish history. cheers

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Post by Raggamuffin on Mon May 25, 2015 4:12 am

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Grow up, you nasty old bigot.




Ha ha, such an uncanny likeness of you



Nasty old bigot. You even hate children. No

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Post by Guest on Mon May 25, 2015 4:14 am

Raggamuffin wrote:
Belatucadros wrote:




Ha ha, such an uncanny likeness of you



Nasty old bigot. You even hate children. No



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Post by Irn Bru on Mon May 25, 2015 8:14 am

Well done Ireland.

cheers cheers cheers

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Post by Guest on Mon May 25, 2015 10:41 am

Raggamuffin wrote:
Eilzel wrote:Exactly Eds. Honestly I feel raggs all this on herself by instantly spitting negativity on what should have been a fun thread.

^Nems, I answered nicko's question, don't really see the need for the smart ass comment though when it comes to grouping up on posters you are more experienced than most ;-)  

You don't mind making smartarse comments though, do you?

Didn't notice this post of Les's apologies Rags I cba to find original

Who do I group up with Les?


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Post by Guest on Mon May 25, 2015 10:50 am

eddie wrote:Look, I'm not going to bore with you long lists of factual gumph about stuff that no one gives a crap about Matt.

I'm going to ask you this: what is wrong with two people loving eachother, who do no harm unto others and are just happy joggin along on life's wave?
Hmmm?

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Post by Eilzel on Mon May 25, 2015 10:51 am

Anyone who is arguing against sassy, Nems.
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Post by Guest on Mon May 25, 2015 10:56 am

Eilzel wrote:Anyone who is arguing against sassy, Nems.



And that is your business because?
I will tell you again because you seem a little slow on the uptake

I post what I like when I like and its got nothing to do with you.

If I want to comment on every single post that revolting old bitch makes I will

If you don't like it tough shit

Put me on ignore

Cant simplify it further



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Post by Guest on Mon May 25, 2015 10:58 am

A little reminder people
Free speech is for everyone not just those we agree with

And don't give me any old fanny about hate speech either
you lot wouldn't know hate speech if it bit your arse.

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Post by Guest on Mon May 25, 2015 11:03 am

Nems wrote:
Eilzel wrote:Anyone who is arguing against sassy, Nems.



And that is your business because?
I will tell you again because you seem a little slow on the uptake

I post what I like when I like and its got nothing to do with you.

If I want to comment on every single post that revolting old bitch makes I will

If you don't like it tough shit

Put me on ignore

Cant simplify it further




OMG do pipe down its utterly boring.

Not once have you actually been happy about this decision, so why is that?
You seem only concerned in further adding fuel to conflict here, so why is that also?
For someone with also a great friend in David who is homosexual I find it incredible you are not over the moon with this decision and instead bemoaning and defending those who hold bigotry views against homosexuality. So yeah post what you like but all I am seeing is you using this as means to continue a childish feud.

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Post by Raggamuffin on Mon May 25, 2015 11:20 am

Belatucadros wrote:
Nems wrote:



And that is your business because?
I will tell you again because you seem a little slow on the uptake

I post what I like when I like and its got nothing to do with you.

If I want to comment on every single post that revolting old bitch makes I will

If you don't like it tough shit

Put me on ignore

Cant simplify it further




OMG do pipe down its utterly boring.

Not once have you actually been happy about this decision, so why is that?
You seem only concerned in further adding fuel to conflict here, so why is that also?
For someone with also a great friend in David who is homosexual I find it incredible you are not over the moon with this decision and instead bemoaning and defending those who hold bigotry views against homosexuality. So yeah post what you like but all I am seeing is you using this as means to continue a childish feud.

Nems defended me actually, and I don't have anything against gay marriage or gayness.

Away with you - go and start some more random, bigoted threads about religion, like you do all day, every day.

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Post by Raggamuffin on Mon May 25, 2015 11:21 am

Nems wrote:
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You don't mind making smartarse comments though, do you?

Didn't notice this post of Les's apologies Rags I cba to find original

Who do I group up with Les?


That's OK, and thanks for your earlier post too. Smile

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Post by Guest on Mon May 25, 2015 11:26 am

Raggamuffin wrote:
Belatucadros wrote:


OMG do pipe down its utterly boring.

Not once have you actually been happy about this decision, so why is that?
You seem only concerned in further adding fuel to conflict here, so why is that also?
For someone with also a great friend in David who is homosexual I find it incredible you are not over the moon with this decision and instead bemoaning and defending those who hold bigotry views against homosexuality. So yeah post what you like but all I am seeing is you using this as means to continue a childish feud.

Nems defended me actually, and I don't have anything against gay marriage or gayness.

Away with you - go and start some more random, bigoted threads about religion, like you do all day, every day.


I am not going anywhere you silly child.
Nems is nothing more than an utter hypocrite as I just proved and is only using this as a means to continue a childish feud with Sassy.
That is pathetic, so no actually Nems is using you and you fail to even see that.

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Post by Raggamuffin on Mon May 25, 2015 11:28 am

Belatucadros wrote:
Raggamuffin wrote:

Nems defended me actually, and I don't have anything against gay marriage or gayness.

Away with you - go and start some more random, bigoted threads about religion, like you do all day, every day.


I am not going anywhere you silly child.
Nems is nothing more than an utter hypocrite as I just proved and is only using this as a means to continue a childish feud with Sassy.
That is pathetic, so no actually Nems is using you and you fail to even see that.

Well you're using this thread to argue because nobody seems to be taking the bait on your pathetic anti-religion threads at the moment. Still, they probably will later, and then you'll be a happy bunny again.

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Post by Guest on Mon May 25, 2015 11:29 am

Also another contradiction from Rags:

Gayness

1. A nebulous, ill-defined term referring to the measure of one's homosexuality (male); composed of several markers including body shape, vocal inflections, hand movements, clothing.
2. Sarcastic term


Bigotry exposed again.

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Post by Guest on Mon May 25, 2015 11:31 am

Raggamuffin wrote:
Belatucadros wrote:


I am not going anywhere you silly child.
Nems is nothing more than an utter hypocrite as I just proved and is only using this as a means to continue a childish feud with Sassy.
That is pathetic, so no actually Nems is using you and you fail to even see that.

Well you're using this thread to argue because nobody seems to be taking the bait on your pathetic anti-religion threads at the moment. Still, they probably will later, and then you'll be a happy bunny again.


So it is religious insensitivity that you have.
I can debate about what I wish to debate about.
I stated to Dibs I would not interfere with her Christian thread of which I have kept this promise So who is the better person here, because you are clearly trying to derail threads you do not like?
Its shows the worst immaturity on your part.

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Post by Raggamuffin on Mon May 25, 2015 11:32 am

Belatucadros wrote:Also another contradiction from Rags:

Gayness  

1. A nebulous, ill-defined term referring to the measure of one's homosexuality (male); composed of several markers including body shape, vocal inflections, hand movements, clothing.
2. Sarcastic term


Bigotry exposed again.

There's nothing wrong with it, and it's quicker than the other word.

You really are clutching at straws - have you got indigestion or are you just bored?

Now bugger off - can't be bothered with you. If you lie about me again, I'll reply though and tell you you're a liar.

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Post by Guest on Mon May 25, 2015 11:34 am

Raggamuffin wrote:
Belatucadros wrote:Also another contradiction from Rags:

Gayness  

1. A nebulous, ill-defined term referring to the measure of one's homosexuality (male); composed of several markers including body shape, vocal inflections, hand movements, clothing.
2. Sarcastic term


Bigotry exposed again.

There's nothing wrong with it, and it's quicker than the other word.
You really are clutching at straws - have you got indigestion or are you just bored?
Now bugger off - can't be bothered with you. If you lie about me again, I'll reply though and tell you you're a liar.


No you have been exposed for using a very poor way to define homosexuals.
Have you ever turned around to a homosexual and said this by any chance?
It is just to easy for me to expose not only your immaturity but your complete bigotry.

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Post by Guest on Mon May 25, 2015 11:41 am

heterophobe and Christianophobe... leaps to mind...

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Post by Guest on Mon May 25, 2015 11:44 am

heavenlyfatheragain wrote:heterophobe and Christianophobe... leaps to mind...


Well considering I am a Heterosexual, that falls flat and I am not afraid of Christianity.
I will speak out against the discrimination found within Pauline Christianity, which this religion is full of bigotry and its ironic that bigots try to defend the indefensible.

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Post by Raggamuffin on Mon May 25, 2015 11:46 am

heavenlyfatheragain wrote:heterophobe and Christianophobe... leaps to mind...

He's just a horrible person really.

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Post by Guest on Mon May 25, 2015 11:48 am

Raggamuffin wrote:
heavenlyfatheragain wrote:heterophobe and Christianophobe... leaps to mind...

He's just a horrible person really.


For standing up to religious bigots who advocate discrimination by their faith.
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Post by Eilzel on Mon May 25, 2015 12:14 pm

Did I say you couldn't post or make comments Nems? No, I simply commented on the fact you made an uncalled for smart ass remark. The problem with you and others is you think you are free to say whatever without anyone else having an opinion or at least being able to express it. Newsflash, freespeech works both ways.

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Post by Raggamuffin on Mon May 25, 2015 12:28 pm

Eilzel wrote:Did I say you couldn't post or make comments Nems? No, I simply commented on the fact you made an uncalled for smart ass remark. The problem with you and others is you think you are free to say whatever without anyone else having an opinion or at least being able to express it. Newsflash, freespeech works both ways.

You should remember that yourself ...

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Post by Tommy Monk on Mon May 25, 2015 12:28 pm

And you lefties only like free speech when it is something you agree with...



When it's something you don't like you are all quickly in there attacking the poster and not the post.


Insults come flying thick and fast.


You are the fascists and bigots!!!



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Post by Raggamuffin on Mon May 25, 2015 12:29 pm

Tommy Monk wrote:And you lefties only like free speech when it is something you agree with...



When it's something you don't like you are all quickly in there attacking the poster and not the post.


Insults come flying thick and fast.


You are the fascists and bigots!!!



I agree.

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Post by Guest on Mon May 25, 2015 12:36 pm

Eilzel wrote:Did I say you couldn't post or make comments Nems? No, I simply commented on the fact you made an uncalled for smart ass remark. The problem with you and others is you think you are free to say whatever without anyone else having an opinion or at least being able to express it. Newsflash, freespeech works both ways.

I vote this ironic post of the week !

Yes Les free speech DOES work both ways in other words Tommy can say what he likes about gay marriage!

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Post by Guest on Mon May 25, 2015 12:38 pm

Belatucadros wrote:
Nems wrote:



And that is your business because?
I will tell you again because you seem a little slow on the uptake

I post what I like when I like and its got nothing to do with you.

If I want to comment on every single post that revolting old bitch makes I will

If you don't like it tough shit

Put me on ignore

Cant simplify it further




OMG do pipe down its utterly boring.

Not once have you actually been happy about this decision, so why is that?
You seem only concerned in further adding fuel to conflict here, so why is that also?
For someone with also a great friend in David who is homosexual I find it incredible you are not over the moon with this decision and instead bemoaning and defending those who hold bigotry views against homosexuality. So yeah post what you like but all I am seeing is you using this as means to continue a childish feud.

Didge, I was talking to the organ grinder not the monkey.

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Post by Guest on Mon May 25, 2015 12:39 pm

Tommy Monk wrote:And you lefties only like free speech when it is something you agree with...
When it's something you don't like you are all quickly in there attacking the poster and not the post.
Insults come flying thick and fast.
You are the fascists and bigots!!!



1) You do not understand what fascism is, if anything you are more in tune with its ideals than any poster here.

2) You constantly abuse posters where no abuse has been offered to you like for example how you call posters like Sassy, rising scum showing up how much you are of a hypocrite.

3) Both left and right and against your bigotry of homosexuality, your issue is that you are from a bygone era, one not able to move along with the majority of society.

4) Damn right I will speak and counter against those posters who hold backward discriminating views. That you even end with an insult shows how much you constantly contradict yourself and why is this?
The same posters hold the same bitter views, unable to be happy in society because of one simple fact. They do not believe in equality

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Post by Guest on Mon May 25, 2015 12:41 pm

Belatucadros wrote:
Tommy Monk wrote:And you lefties only like free speech when it is something you agree with...
When it's something you don't like you are all quickly in there attacking the poster and not the post.
Insults come flying thick and fast.
You are the fascists and bigots!!!



1) You do not understand what fascism is, if anything you are more in tune with its ideals than any poster here.

2) You constantly abuse posters where no abuse has been offered to you like for example how you call posters like Sassy, rising scum showing up how much you are of a hypocrite.

3) Both left and right and against your bigotry of homosexuality, your issue is that you are from a bygone era, one not able to move along with the majority of society.

4)  Damn right I will speak and counter against those posters who hold backward discriminating views. That you even end with an insult shows how much you constantly contradict yourself and why is this?
The same posters hold the same bitter views, unable to be happy in society because of one simple fact. They do not believe in equality
Fascist

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Post by Eilzel on Mon May 25, 2015 12:41 pm

Did I say tommy couldn'tt, Nems? No. I countered his arguments, and said while he can say what he likes (freespeech duh) he has no right trying to restrict my freedom as a human being. Of course you understood this in the past without any confusion at all.

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Post by Guest on Mon May 25, 2015 12:42 pm

Nems wrote:
Belatucadros wrote:


OMG do pipe down its utterly boring.

Not once have you actually been happy about this decision, so why is that?
You seem only concerned in further adding fuel to conflict here, so why is that also?
For someone with also a great friend in David who is homosexual I find it incredible you are not over the moon with this decision and instead bemoaning and defending those who hold bigotry views against homosexuality. So yeah post what you like but all I am seeing is you using this as means to continue a childish feud.

Didge, I was talking to the organ grinder not the monkey.


Oh grow up for fuck sake, you are very much part of an all girl group that slags off people are you not? So you are hardly in a position to moan about anything, being as that is ganging up against posters and even worse behind their backs

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Post by Raggamuffin on Mon May 25, 2015 12:43 pm

Eilzel wrote:Did I say tommy couldn'tt, Nems? No. I countered his arguments, and said while he can say what he likes (freespeech duh) he has no right trying to restrict my freedom as a human being. Of course you understood this in the past without any confusion at all.

He's not, he just gave his opinion about the vote, and said what he thinks about gay marriage. He's entitled to his views.

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Nems wrote:
Belatucadros wrote:

1) You do not understand what fascism is, if anything you are more in tune with its ideals than any poster here.

2) You constantly abuse posters where no abuse has been offered to you like for example how you call posters like Sassy, rising scum showing up how much you are of a hypocrite.

3) Both left and right and against your bigotry of homosexuality, your issue is that you are from a bygone era, one not able to move along with the majority of society.

4)  Damn right I will speak and counter against those posters who hold backward discriminating views. That you even end with an insult shows how much you constantly contradict yourself and why is this?
The same posters hold the same bitter views, unable to be happy in society because of one simple fact. They do not believe in equality
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an authoritarian and nationalistic right-wing system of government and social organization.


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Post by Guest on Mon May 25, 2015 12:45 pm

Raggamuffin wrote:
Eilzel wrote:Did I say tommy couldn'tt, Nems? No. I countered his arguments, and said while he can say what he likes (freespeech duh) he has no right trying to restrict my freedom as a human being. Of course you understood this in the past without any confusion at all.

He's not, he just gave his opinion about the vote, and said what he thinks about gay marriage. He's entitled to his views.


Which we are entitled to express our views back. You seem to think people cannot answer people back now.
How absurd

DOH

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Post by Tommy Monk on Mon May 25, 2015 12:46 pm

Raggamuffin wrote:
Tommy Monk wrote:And you lefties only like free speech when it is something you agree with...



When it's something you don't like you are all quickly in there attacking the poster and not the post.


Insults come flying thick and fast.


You are the fascists and bigots!!!



I agree.

Thank you rags... I only speak the truth!


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Post by Guest on Mon May 25, 2015 12:47 pm

Tommy Monk wrote:
Raggamuffin wrote:

I agree.

Thank you rags... I only speak the truth!


Cool




PMSL all you do is express hate and bitterness in many of your arguments against countless groups of people.

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Post by Raggamuffin on Mon May 25, 2015 12:49 pm

Tommy Monk wrote:
Raggamuffin wrote:

I agree.

Thank you rags... I only speak the truth!


Cool



You're welcome Tommy - you got more abuse on this thread than anyone else. It wouldn't be so bad if they just admitted that they can't bear anyone to have a different opinion, and if they stopped trying to pretend they're better than anyone else.

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Post by Guest on Mon May 25, 2015 12:50 pm

Raggamuffin wrote:
Tommy Monk wrote:

Thank you rags... I only speak the truth!


Cool



You're welcome Tommy - you got more abuse on this thread than anyone else. It wouldn't be so bad if they just admitted that they can't bear anyone to have a different opinion, and if they stopped trying to pretend they're better than anyone else.


Contradiction alert again!

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Post by Tommy Monk on Mon May 25, 2015 1:08 pm

Raggamuffin wrote:
Tommy Monk wrote:

Thank you rags... I only speak the truth!


Cool



You're welcome Tommy - you got more abuse on this thread than anyone else. It wouldn't be so bad if they just admitted that they can't bear anyone to have a different opinion, and if they stopped trying to pretend they're better than anyone else.


Yes, I am constantly targeted with abuse... especially from the idiot known as Didge... including cvnt, little pube, w4nk stain to name a few... most amusing!!!



lol!




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Post by Raggamuffin on Mon May 25, 2015 1:11 pm

Tommy Monk wrote:
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You're welcome Tommy - you got more abuse on this thread than anyone else. It wouldn't be so bad if they just admitted that they can't bear anyone to have a different opinion, and if they stopped trying to pretend they're better than anyone else.


Yes, I am constantly targeted with abuse... especially from the idiot known as Didge... including cvnt, little pube, w4nk stain to name a few... most amusing!!!



lol!




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Post by Guest on Mon May 25, 2015 1:14 pm

The hypocrisy is hilarious and yet as seen they make no view that they insult.
Contradictions at its best

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Post by Tommy Monk on Mon May 25, 2015 1:22 pm

Raggamuffin wrote:
Tommy Monk wrote:


Yes, I am constantly targeted with abuse... especially from the idiot known as Didge... including cvnt, little pube, w4nk stain to name a few... most amusing!!!



lol!




Oh he's a ghastly old man. Mad






Dodge and his boyfriend!!!



lol!



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Post by Guest on Mon May 25, 2015 1:23 pm

I love the old gits, excellent.

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Matti and his girlfriend.



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Post by Guest on Mon May 25, 2015 1:31 pm

well now you ghastly old man Laughing

having a spot of bother with the dinosaurs ?

fortunately going the way of the rest of their kind one wonders why they get their tights in such a tangle over something they read in an out of date book of myths and legends......

I mean yes they can have their opinion...for what its worth

they can even state it

but they certainly dont like it being challenged....


I ask again...wtf is it to them

how on earth does giving a small scetion of the nations citizens the same rights as everyone else affect THEM?

are they being denied something by this...nope

is it costing them anything.....nope

is it "insulting them".....nope

so...whats the problem

all I see is a group of busy bodies wishing to impose their out of date, unsustainable and anti social views upon others...

Now personally I'd call that bullying

there are in this life a number of things I dont agree with, but which actually, beyond that, do not in any way affect me..so I dont even bother to add my opinion on those things since it is clearly irrelevant and would do no good, indeed were my opinion to become noted it would merely distress those with whom I disagree, with NO benefit to me except some mean minded form of schadenfreude.

that I would consider to be petty and generally mean and tiny minded.....

but hey ho

some folks just dont know when "fair does" or "live and let live" is the name of the game.
I feel sorry for them in a way, becasue it is these people (the petty miserable creatures of pointless censure)
who are damaged by their own actions, whos inners selves become bent and twisted by bitterness and hate...


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Post by The Devil, You Know on Mon May 25, 2015 1:40 pm

without wishing to rain on anyone's parade, and it is a very good thing that ireland voted yes, the 76%ers seem to be keeping a low profile over the fact that only 37½% of the electorate voted yes, meaning 62½ did not vote for it.

of course 63% of the 60% who voted voted yes and that is good enough and a resounding victory which can be accepted by all. but my point is why can that victory be perfectly valid but the tory one not.

In my view people who do not vote, usually dont care and should not whine when they get something they dont want

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Post by Tommy Monk on Mon May 25, 2015 1:43 pm

"...having a spot of bother with the dinosaurs ?

fortunately going the way of the rest of their kind one wonders why they get their tights in such a tangle over something they read in an out of date book of myths and legends......"



From someone who claims to be part of some prehistoric 'religion'...!?


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Post by Guest on Mon May 25, 2015 1:44 pm

darknessss wrote:well now you ghastly old man Laughing

having a spot of bother with the dinosaurs ?

fortunately going the way of the rest of their kind one wonders why they get their tights in such a tangle over something they read in an out of date book of myths and legends......

I mean yes they can have their opinion...for what its worth

they can even state it

but they certainly dont like it being challenged....


I ask again...wtf is it to them

how on earth does giving a small scetion of the nations citizens the same rights as everyone else affect THEM?

are they being denied something by this...nope

is it costing them anything.....nope

is it "insulting them".....nope

so...whats the problem

all I see is a group of busy bodies wishing to impose their out of date, unsustainable and anti social views upon others...

Now personally I'd call that bullying

there are in this life a number of things I dont agree with, but which actually, beyond that, do not in any way affect me..so I dont even bother to add my opinion on those things since it is clearly irrelevant and would do no good, indeed were my opinion to become noted it would merely distress those with whom I disagree, with NO benefit to me except some mean minded form of schadenfreude.

that I would consider to be petty and generally mean and tiny minded.....

but hey ho

some folks just dont know when "fair does" or "live and let live" is the name of the game.
I feel sorry for them in a way, becasue it is these people (the petty miserable creatures of pointless censure)
who are damaged by their own actions, whos inners selves become bent and twisted by bitterness and hate...



Top marks, brilliant post

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Dodge and his boyfriend!!!



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Post by Raggamuffin on Mon May 25, 2015 1:50 pm

darknessss wrote:well now you ghastly old man Laughing

having a spot of bother with the dinosaurs ?

fortunately going the way of the rest of their kind one wonders why they get their tights in such a tangle over something they read in an out of date book of myths and legends......

I mean yes they can have their opinion...for what its worth

they can even state it

but they certainly dont like it being challenged....


I ask again...wtf is it to them

how on earth does giving a small scetion of the nations citizens the same rights as everyone else affect THEM?

are they being denied something by this...nope

is it costing them anything.....nope

is it "insulting them".....nope

so...whats the problem

all I see is a group of busy bodies wishing to impose their out of date, unsustainable and anti social views upon others...

Now personally I'd call that bullying

there are in this life a number of things I dont agree with, but which actually, beyond that, do not in any way affect me..so I dont even bother to add my opinion on those things since it is clearly irrelevant and would do no good, indeed were my opinion to become noted it would merely distress those with whom I disagree, with NO benefit to me except some mean minded form of schadenfreude.

that I would consider to be petty and generally mean and tiny minded.....

but hey ho

some folks just dont know when "fair does" or "live and let live" is the name of the game.
I feel sorry for them in a way, becasue it is these people (the petty miserable creatures of pointless censure)
who are damaged by their own actions, whos inners selves become bent and twisted by bitterness and hate...


Who are "they"?

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