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#21
Have you read this?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bobby_sands


In response to a question in the House of Commons on 5 May 1981, Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher said, "Mr. Sands was a convicted criminal. He chose to take his own life. It was a choice that his organisation did not allow to many of its victims [1]."

love her or loathe her...pure class! can you imagine billy liar doing that?

The American responses are typical. Can you imagine if it was us supporting Al Queda against the yanks......................
 
#22
datumhead said:
Have you read this?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bobby_sands


In response to a question in the House of Commons on 5 May 1981, Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher said, "Mr. Sands was a convicted criminal. He chose to take his own life. It was a choice that his organisation did not allow to many of its victims [1]."

love her or loathe her...pure class! can you imagine billy liar doing that?

The American responses are typical. Can you imagine if it was us supporting Al Queda against the yanks......................




Got to agree with you mate,She made some cracking speeches and I think She had a lot more respect for the armed forces than this Bliar creature has
 
#24
datumhead said:
Have you read this?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bobby_sands


In response to a question in the House of Commons on 5 May 1981, Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher said, "Mr. Sands was a convicted criminal. He chose to take his own life. It was a choice that his organisation did not allow to many of its victims [1]."

love her or loathe her...pure class! can you imagine billy liar doing that?

The American responses are typical. Can you imagine if it was us supporting Al Queda against the yanks......................
How about this one - he won the Daily Mirror Slimer (sic) of the Year 1975 so fcuk him an' all. :brilsmurf:

http://irelandsown.net/stagg.html
 
#25
Bugsy said:
What a really clever and diplomatic way to bridge the differences, just when everything's running so "nice an' peaceful" like. Uggers, you must be dead proud of yerself thinking up that one! 'S'hett Leuüt!

MsG
don,t winge about bad taste in the naafi bar,thats what its for you window licker! :frustrated:
 
#26
Marvellous ugly! That's cheered me right up!
I remember our school tuck shop had a sweepstake chalked up on the wall every time one of the fcukers kicked off a new strike. Takes me right back!
 
#27
A Sqn 1RTR were at the Maze when he popped it. Rumour had it that the desicated stiff was carried out of his cell tucked under a screws arm a la Flat Stanley.
And did it really take 6 of them to carry that coffin
 
#31
You can actually still buy the Harvey Andrews Album (Writer of Songs), with "Soldier" on it check out his webpage Harvey Andrews

I saw him perform Soldier live in Lichfield a couple of years ago, wicked, shivers down the spine and all that stuff....
 
#32
I remember in Belfast in `80 on patrol throwing sarnies and chocy-bars at the protesters in their little cages. Laugh I nearly paid me rent!!
By the way that fecking song stinks :pissedoff: , used to hear it non-stop for weeks before every bleeding tour( I did 3) used to get right on my nipples it did! :razz:
 
#34
jaybee2786 said:
DOES anyone know the most tours anyone has ever done in N.I.
I know one guy who did 14 tours
No but I know who did the longest one.
 

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