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Old 19-03-2012, 11:02 AM
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Default St. Patricks day – an unfortunate business?

I was thinking yesterday about all the Irish people all over the world waking up on Sunday morning covered in spit, ketchup, gawk, blood, faeces, urine and other human, animal and inanimate substances and fragrants.

St. Patrick’s day.

The day when all Irish people (and other degenerate alcoholics) go out and tell everyone how we are great because we:
  • Drink Guinness and other alcoholic drinks until we collapse onto the floor.
  • Wear leprechaun hats and orange beards and pretend to be simpletons.
  • Celebrate a foreigner who is a hero of people who dress up in costumes and like young boys a little too much – and whose main feats were making people with no education believe that there was a man up in the sky who gave them their lives and they are guilty sinners who need to be saved from the devil and who
  • got rid of all the snakes in Ireland – despite zero evidence that snakes ever existed in Ireland (besides the public sector and the unions)

Why don’t we call it National Drinking Day and cut out all the bullshit?

Why tell children that St. Patrick (and by proxy the catholic church) is the savior of Ireland?

Why don’t we celebrate independence day like real countries and stop celebrating the catholic church as our national holiday?


Are we still beholden to the catholic church?

Maybe the country is collectively the simpleton that are all the drunken leprechauns covered in vomit in the gutter.

Are the thousands/millions celebrating St. Patrick’s day worldwide not just a depressing pointer to the catastrophic and sad history of Ireland?

A history where nothing has been learned and the country remains a failed state which cannot support her our children?

Where every single generation fails its own children and has to send them away to be able to feed themselves in other countries?

The perennial failed state?

Is this what we celebrate?

Is this why we need the drink? - to become unconscious and oblivious to the real truth?
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Old 19-03-2012, 11:10 AM
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Over 26,000 posts of negativity. And appears to have not taken to the bottle, yet. Have RTE on standby.
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Old 19-03-2012, 11:16 AM
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I was thinking yesterday about all the Irish people all over the world waking up on Sunday morning covered in spit, ketchup, gawk, blood, faeces, urine and other human, animal and inanimate substances and fragrants.

St. Patrick’s day.

The day when all Irish people (and other degenerate alcoholics) go out and tell everyone how we are great because we:
  • Drink Guinness and other alcoholic drinks until we collapse onto the floor.
  • Wear leprechaun hats and orange beards and pretend to be simpletons.
  • Celebrate a foreigner who is a hero of people who dress up in costumes and like young boys a little too much – and whose main feats were making people with no education believe that there was a man up in the sky who gave them their lives and they are guilty sinners who need to be saved from the devil and who
  • got rid of all the snakes in Ireland – despite zero evidence that snakes ever existed in Ireland (besides the public sector and the unions)

Why don’t we call it National Drinking Day and cut out all the bullshit?

Why tell children that St. Patrick (and by proxy the catholic church) is the savior of Ireland?

Why don’t we celebrate independence day like real countries and stop celebrating the catholic church as our national holiday?


Are we still beholden to the catholic church?

Maybe the country is collectively the simpleton that are all the drunken leprechauns covered in vomit in the gutter.

Are the thousands/millions celebrating St. Patrick’s day worldwide not just a depressing pointer to the catastrophic and sad history of Ireland?

A history where nothing has been learned and the country remains a failed state which cannot support her our children?

Where every single generation fails its own children and has to send them away to be able to feed themselves in other countries?

The perennial failed state?

Is this what we celebrate?

Is this why we need the drink? - to become unconscious and oblivious to the real truth?
We were ok under the Druids until he came along i will give you that much.
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Old 19-03-2012, 11:19 AM
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Is this asshole ever going to give up with this utter drivel on a daily basis ?
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Old 19-03-2012, 11:21 AM
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I did a jig in a wig shop.
Low point.
Met Sonia O Sullivan.
High point.

Oh and Patrick, you are a miserable person.
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Old 19-03-2012, 11:21 AM
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Is this asshole ever going to give up with this utter drivel on a daily basis ?
The PROC is Padmins personal blog.
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Old 19-03-2012, 11:22 AM
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The PROC is Padmins personal blog.
It is starting to seem like that allright.

A clinical desperate cry for help would be another way of looking at it.
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Old 19-03-2012, 11:24 AM
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Why is Ireland's national holiday a celebration of the catholic church?

That's all I'm asking.

The pope must be creaming himself and roaring laughing every March.
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Old 19-03-2012, 11:25 AM
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Why is Ireland's national holiday a celebration of the catholic church?

That's all I'm asking.

The pope must be creaming himself and roaring laughing every March.
Its not.
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Old 19-03-2012, 11:26 AM
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Why is Ireland's national holiday a celebration of the catholic church?

That's all I'm asking.

The pope must be creaming himself and roaring laughing every March.
The perennial failed state?

Is this what we celebrate?

Is this why we need the drink? - to become unconscious and oblivious to the real truth?


Can you get your stupid questions in order ?

Can you even think before you post ?

Would you not just fuck off ?
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