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in response to gaa-rape, this is the guy responsible:

Scans of front page and inside tuesday’s herald – the main story that convinced me to buy that paper was called DEATH DRIVERS GARDA RAP, it wasnt a song.

This is the guy who started it all:

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the battle of britain

England will clearly whine about having a whopping third of their goals in the wurdeld cup finals disallowed.

During the game I saw two English fans dressed as WW2 English pilots. Some things will never be forgotten.


this time next week we’ll all be at the after party in coppers, And i for one will be LOCKED, either punch drunk or just drunk drunk. the anticipation is starting to build now. cant wait.

in da club, part 2

Follow up to back when I was really angry. The blacks of europe is about 50 Cents In da Club.

Sadly it is more like someone pulling up to the K Club, Krystle Club, or the Gaa club. Driving in the benz, drinking cognac.

Lady Gaga’s video for Telephone is crazy. It is a perverse mix of club culture and prison for bitches.
The image links to youtube.

This garda thought nothing of getting his photo taken in the club. It is one of the top 10 images for gardai on

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van dam band

what we do in life echoes in eternity

I will win the crowd. I will give them something they have never seen before.

Maximus: Fratres! Three weeks from now I will be harvesting my crops. Imagine where you will be, and it will be so. Hold the line. Stay with me. If you find yourself alone, riding in green fields with the sun on your face, do not be troubled; for you are in Elysium, and you’re already dead! [The soldiers laugh] Brothers, what we do in life, echoes in eternity.

A bit of that is in pineapple express and gives me no end of pleasure: Read more of this post

if ww2 was declared on facebook

someone clearly put a lot of time into this:

bad company 2 is 1943

Battlefield bad company was launched on PC and console last week.

It looks like DICE who have made the entire battlefield series so far were also working on making battlefield 1943 for the PC but were sidelined. Electronic Arts are their owners and they need the billion dollars in sales that Activision take in with call of duty games. This is a screenshot from the single player and there is a WW2 part that makes little sense in the context of Bad Company. It looks to me like a sneak preview for 1943.

EA games have been making major losses:

Electronic Arts, the maker of video game titles such as the “Madden” series, reported a third-quarter loss of $82 million, or 25 cents a share, compared with a year-earlier loss of $641 million, or $2 a share. On an adjusted basis, the company earned 33 cents a share in the quarter, lower than a year earlier but above analysts’ estimates.

I have no idea why it has has not gotten past pre-release for the PC. It has been out for months on the xbox. It has been pushed further and further on the PC. Still, it is due out Q1 2010, that is the latest.

They probably realised it was a better bet to go with the game that they can charge 45 euros for rather than 12 in the case of 1943 (and free in the case of BF Heroes). I am hoping they are taking their time on the PC version to make it bigger and better.

Here is a video which was ‘leaked’ – it has actors in polish voices so expect a lot of “kurwa”: Read more of this post


It would be unlike me to ignore Ronan O’Gara this week. He was set up by the media after all. First it was Kevin Myers having a go at him and every Irish person it seems. Ronan was then credited with this well written letter.

I HAVE to reply to the scurrilous article by Kevin Myers (Irish Independent, February 16), although it takes a lot for me, as a professional sportsman, to react to a newspaper article.

However, rugby is my place of work and whether it’s with Munster, Ireland or the Lions, I take my work very seriously.

I do not accept being castigated by a journalist who I suspect knows nothing about rugby but somehow appoints himself as an ‘expert’. This falls well short of the journalistic standards I would expect from one of our main national newspapers.

Ireland was well beaten last Saturday by a French team that was better on the day. I am but one of that Irish team and I’m well known for taking my share of responsibility, regardless of the outcome of any game.

I know only too well the build-up to Saturday’s game — and indeed to other recent internationals — in relation to my position.

I am well able to analyse any game of rugby and would often be accused by those whom I most trust of being my own harshest critic. However, in relation to last Saturday, I will not be scapegoated by Mr Myers or any journalist who wants to write in that fashion.

Any article needs to be balanced and I would suggest to you, Mr Editor, that that is the least you should demand from your journalists, whether freelance or otherwise.

Ronan O’Gara

Irish Independent

According to some O’Gara does not live in Rochestown so it has to be fake.

Others dislike Sexton for gloating after a Leinster try vs Munster.

Sexton is a tramp of the highest accord, the way he stuck his face in ROG after the first try was scandalous, pure soccer mob mentality. He has achieved nothing of note in his career.

That reaction will be remembered for a long time, some day he’ll get his comepuance from Munster.

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machete movie poster

I love the tag line:



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