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Divis Sweeney BS: Positive Things The Irish & British Did. (74* d) RE: BS: Positive Things The Irish & British Did. 06 Dec 06


We also produced a footballer who saw the campaign to sign up for organ donation put back 20 years.

We have the Rev.William McCrea releasing his tenth album of songs for Christmas. (His last out sold Richard Harris Greatest Hits last year).

We produced a snooker world champion who on a rare sober moment in his life did one television interview without calling someone an f...ing c..t.

We still produce countless political leaders who don't give a toss about the people who elected them and still receive a better wage packet than any other political representative of their equal in the U.K. for not going to work.

We still have more British soldiers in the North of Ireland than there is in either Iraq or Afghanistan and both of these countries are considered war zones.

We also produced East Belfast man Geordie Morrison (Ivan to you)
who could bore for Ireland either when he was drunk or sober and preaching religion to you. (I witnessed both at first hand).

We produced an army of McAlpine fusiliers who dug out the London underground and built a quarter of the city and returned home as rich as they left Ireland. Ah but the craic was good in Cricklewood.


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