and can you imagine the scene on a saturday night, some p.issed up people getting in a cab, trying to ask to go to some place and no one in the car, even the taxi driver, having the fainest idea how to pronounce the place they want to get to. and that's just the locals!
A southern Unionist hijacking a thread about positive news about the Irish language- try to compact your posts!
Hijacking a thread? S, what you're saying is that unless someone is here to backslap, they're not allowed to contribute their POV on an open forum?
It might be positive news for you Darren, but it ain't to me. All it is to me is another part of nationalist Ireland stilling ploughing ahead and creating more resentment for the language. whats' the plan? Banning English eventually?? Far fetched I know, but if someone told me 20 years ago that it'd be law that all new residential areas had to be named in Irish by law and English names were hereby illegal I'd have laughed them off as some De Valera throw back..yet here we are.
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