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10-07-2019, 22:43   #91
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Does not work mate,

Now if you have of said Legend wait for it


Legenderry it may have sounded better
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10-07-2019, 22:43   #92
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Just looking on Snapchat and there was a machine taking pallets off the top. Snap from about 3 hrs ago.
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10-07-2019, 22:44   #93
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There a times when I'm frankly ashamed to admit that I was born in Belfast.
You shouldn't be, it's a great city.
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the knob heads on the other side will soon be building their bonfires to mark the anniversary of internment - one apes the other
I think you will find very view now in August its more community parties and such but don't let facts get in the way of whataboutary
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https://twitter.com/SashaWylie/statu...76874670354432

Pesky buildings making the fire service keep them cool.
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10-07-2019, 23:09   #96
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I'm amazed no-one has set fire to the prepared bonfires a day or two early

Extremists would have a meltdown
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I'm amazed no-one has set fire to the prepared bonfires a day or two early

Extremists would have a meltdown
They're pretty well guarded.
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10-07-2019, 23:18   #98
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I'm amazed no-one has set fire to the prepared bonfires a day or two early
It's a very dangerous thing to do. I think there were a couple of kids killed, back in the day, when bonfires were lit early as they'd been inside them in little lookouts and had fallen asleep.
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10-07-2019, 23:21   #99
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It really is just a hate filled celebration of bigotry, sectarianism and intimidation.
Nothing cultural whatsoever with colossal bonfires burning tonnes of rubber tyres.
Just imagine the environmental impact if nothing else.
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Hate Ireland and the Irish but want to live in Ireland, and as ethno-religious supremacists on top of it all, odd bunch. (Not all of them, just the extreme element)
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I'm amazed no-one has set fire to the prepared bonfires a day or two early

Extremists would have a meltdown
Good chance there is someone camping inside them to stop such things
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Good chance there is someone camping inside them to stop such things

That wouldn't be very wise, all those nails in the pallets - might be struck by lightning



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I don’t think Antifa would fancy their chances on the Loyalist 11th Night
They're special guests as part of the burning torch relay that lights the bonfire.
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Some of the comments here tell me so much about how a new Ireland is not ready.

Watch this doc.. Imagining ulster

https://youtu.be/i4uPipGPvSw
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PSNI issue warning to not remove bonfire material for fear of UVF violence


https://www.breakingnews.ie/ireland/...rs-936125.html
That's bizarre. So the state police are saying 'dont disturb these mental fires, or the local thugs and killers will be after you'.

How about.. police the community? Police dangerous bonfires on public land?
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