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lufc1304 wrote:Not often I agree with a tory, but I think John Major summed it up when he said that when MM died, he had a balance showing in both the credit and debit column's in his life ledger.

Hugely newsworthy story, but a generally harmonious forum like this doesn't need the grief a topic like this can generate. Let's move on, everyone
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y lufc1304 wrote:
Not often I agree with a tory, but I think John Major summed it up when he said that when MM died, he had a balance showing in both the credit and debit column's in his life ledger.

Hugely newsworthy story, but a generally harmonious forum like this doesn't need the grief a topic like this can generate. Let's move on, everyone
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lufc1304 wrote:Not often I agree with a tory, but I think John Major summed it up when he said that when MM died, he had a balance showing in both the credit and debit column's in his life ledger.

Hugely newsworthy story, but a generally harmonious forum like this doesn't need the grief a topic like this can generate. Let's move on, everyone
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lufc1304 wrote:Not often I agree with a tory, but I think John Major summed it up when he said that when MM died, he had a balance showing in both the credit and debit column's in his life ledger.

Hugely newsworthy story, but a generally harmonious forum like this doesn't need the grief a topic like this can generate. Let's move on, everyone

Ditto
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4 thumbs up......Nick for President !!! :-D
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Ronan wrote:4 thumbs up......Nick for President !!! :-D
Good shout :-D
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Ronan wrote:4 thumbs up......Nick for President !!! :-D
Not sure about that, but I do like 'Presidente' beer! :wink:
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lufc1304 wrote:Not sure about that, but I do like 'Presidente' beer! :wink:

Close enough for me!!! :lol:

Nick for President!! :tup:
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Tiocfaidh ár lá
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Wolfetoneleeds wrote:Tiocfaidh ár lá
Whose day Wolfie ?
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1964white wrote:Whose day Wolfie ?
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It's a lovely sunny day out...let's all enjoy it

Oh the irony...Ronan the agitator turns peacemaker :wink:

MOT !!!!
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Ronan wrote:It's a lovely sunny day out...let's all enjoy it

Oh the irony...Ronan the agitator turns peacemaker :wink:

MOT !!!!
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Ronan wrote:It's a lovely sunny day out...let's all enjoy it

Oh the irony...Ronan the agitator turns peacemaker :wink:

MOT !!!!

Think I've seen that...John Claude Van Damme wasn't it?
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faaip wrote:Think I've seen that...John Claude Van Damme wasn't it?
Close....Arnie.....Ronan The Barbarian :mrgreen:
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All I can say is thank goodness it is not 47 Ronans... :shock:
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hector wrote:All I can say is thank goodness it is not 47 Ronans... :shock:
Oi !!! :evil: :wink:
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1964white wrote:Got his comeuppence in the end
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Ronan wrote:1964White....what in God's name did you expect to gain from your original post ?
What do you think?

Another foreigner that knows f'all about this island with an ill-informed comment.

I've no love for McGuinness or his ilk, but we don't take lessons from the same footprint that has left the Indian subcontinent, the Middle East etc in a state.

Erin go Bragh.
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