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    Cruimh Cruimh is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by Franzoni View Post
    Tea and scones is where they went wrong....

    A free jug of Buckie to every pre-booked table of six and they would of been sucking diesel...
    That would also keep the Benedictines happy.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_anderson View Post
    The lesson being ?
    The people of Donegal say down with this sort of thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strawberry View Post
    What were they thinking? This is Donegal not Dublin 4.
    Why should that make any difference, given that we're living in a free country?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toland View Post
    Why should that make any difference, given that we're living in a free country?
    Businesses don't serve tea and scones for free, they do it for money. If the locals are saying away with that sh1te, they're not going to make any money so no point in it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strawberry View Post
    The people of Donegal say down with this sort of thing.
    It's no business of the people of Donegal what the management of a privately owned hotel does on his premises. Nor should it be any skin off their nose, even if they are "Republicans".

    If unionists think this is a sign of things to come in any united Ireland, they have a very good point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strawberry View Post
    Businesses don't serve tea and scones for free, they do it for money. If the locals are saying away with that sh1te, they're not going to make any money so no point in it.
    It's none of the locals' business, frankly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toland View Post
    It's no business of the people of Donegal what the management of a privately owned hotel does on his premises. Nor should it be any skin off their nose, even if they are "Republicans".

    If unionists think this is a sign of things to come in any united Ireland, they have a very good point.
    Given that the people of Donegal are the target market, it is of course their business. You're just p1ssed because the royal wedding isn't as popular as you thought it was.
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    Quote Originally Posted by between the bridges View Post
    Total ballix, the OO was set up in 1795 to protect innocent protestants from the rampaging mucksavage natives, and has been beatch slapping the big girls blouses ever since...
    Would you say that you also 'beatch slapped' the native Australians? perhaps the security of the internet is what has you making such brave funnies, I suspect you'd be much quieter and less funny at say a Sinn Féinn Ard Fheis or am aboriginal conference of some sort.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toland View Post
    Why should that make any difference, given that we're living in a free country?
    Its a very "Irish" version of "republicanism", one in which freedom is the freedom to do as the small ruling cohort of "republicans" tell you.

    Actually the first thing I thought when I saw this article was the tribal nutters out in Rwanda. Its the same ball park.
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    What royal marriage?

    Harrys squeeze is already married to another man.

    That Hotel proposing a theme know little about running a business.
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