Yes I agree, IMHO the political ex players will have their bases covered on this one. The word wud have gone out to the so called ex IRA spotters to have their eyes peeled, I do not think SF could handle the embarrassment if owt was downed.Let's hope none of the "players" are breaking out a few ground to air missiles from their "stores" to welcome the Chinook.
They haven't gone away you know!
Without kebabs?Re the above.
The arse end of nowhere.
'There's something out there'.
'It's a sheep'
'Not a sheep sir. It hasn't moved'
Looks like a sheep but its not moving, he's right.
'What do we do'
'Put one in it'
'Try to hit the thing'
'I did sir'
The things still standing.
'I hit it twice'
When someone eventually goes for a look. Its a sheep, shot to bits and standing up its oxters in muck.
Right we're out of here
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Corporation tax. The only people pushing this is the likes of UTV and loads of big private business. All looking for a tax cut which will impact on everyone else living here.Robinson & McGuinness went to Downing Street today and got turfed out onto the street in front of the cameras, they had to very quickly sort out how you inform the press that the PM said "**** off you paddy cnuts and stop ******* begging" without looking like nobs.
They failed. Miserably.
The idyllic country life eh? Still, at least you have the sheep to keep you warm until the resup comes or the snow melts!I'm on a farm in deepest Co Down, up to my arse in snow, and I haven't had the courtesy of a Chinook flight. I've almost run out of decent malt, here. I see that McGuinness thing was swilling champagne at No.10 today; it's one law for the bloody 'politicians' and one for the rest of us.
There's always the crate of gin, I suppose.
I think you will find that most of those were conducted within the UK SAR region which extends much further out into the Atlantic than the Irish region.Theyre neighbours, its the right thing to do, following decades of the RAF doing SAR on behalf of the Republic