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    Default Croke Park Premium Section

    Anglo Irish Bank
    Irish Nationwide
    John O'Donoghue
    Bertie Ahern
    etc.

    A disgrace to the sport. Why is Croke Park premium section the "place to be seen"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FortyCoats View Post
    Anglo Irish Bank
    Irish Nationwide
    John O'Donoghue
    Bertie Ahern
    etc.

    A disgrace to the sport. Why is Croke Park premium section the "place to be seen"?
    nice biscuits
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    Quote Originally Posted by scratchnsniff View Post
    nice biscuits
    The drink ain't bad either. Of course the elites would never make a show of themselves in public...

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    There's nothing extra ordinary about the premium level. Do you mean the coperate level?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimBuckII View Post
    There's nothing extra ordinary about the premium level. Do you mean the coperate level?
    I think both are soul-less and regularly turn down tickets to both. The GAA sponsorship programme makes me sick. Especially during games when they don't replay some action and instead go to an ad for Toyota.

    Today's prediction: Cork 1-14 Kerry 2-10
    Armagh 3-09 Mayo 1-10

    you can take those results to the bank. (The ECB, they'll swap it for cash, just mention Lenny's name).
    One cannot say "Here are our monsters", without immediately turning the monsters into pets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derrida View Post
    I think both are soul-less and regularly turn down tickets to both. The GAA sponsorship programme makes me sick. Especially during games when they don't replay some action and instead go to an ad for Toyota.

    Today's prediction: Cork 1-14 Kerry 2-10
    Armagh 3-09 Mayo 1-10

    you can take those results to the bank. (The ECB, they'll swap it for cash, just mention Lenny's name).

    Have you turned down any tickets for today? I would suggest getting them back and giving them to someone you have only just met on a chat site would be far more Honorable.
    I promise if you choose me i will make lots of noise and upset all the others around me.
    PLEASE((((())))) You know its the right thing to do.
    (p.s your wrong about the score, but thats ok because i can tell your nice)
    Cira/rira Not in my name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derrida View Post
    I think both are soul-less and regularly turn down tickets to both. The GAA sponsorship programme makes me sick. Especially during games when they don't replay some action and instead go to an ad for Toyota.

    Today's prediction: Cork 1-14 Kerry 2-10
    Armagh 3-09 Mayo 1-10

    you can take those results to the bank. (The ECB, they'll swap it for cash, just mention Lenny's name).
    To be fair, the Premium does provide the best view of the match IMO, particularly when the ball goes towards the corners of the pitch. However, you're right about the soulless atmosphere there, there are far too many sweaters present who've probably never been to a club game in their lives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scratchnsniff View Post
    Have you turned down any tickets for today? I would suggest getting them back and giving them to someone you have only just met on a chat site would be far more Honorable.
    I promise if you choose me i will make lots of noise and upset all the others around me.
    PLEASE((((())))) You know its the right thing to do.
    (p.s your wrong about the score, but thats ok because i can tell your nice)

    Sorry, I need to clarify. At the time of writing I hadn't been offered any tickets for today. But the phone just rang and I got two tickets to be picked up from a mansion in Ballsbridge. I'm so going. Bringing my dad, sorry.

    My previous post shows how full of sh1t I am.
    One cannot say "Here are our monsters", without immediately turning the monsters into pets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derrida View Post
    Sorry, I need to clarify. At the time of writing I hadn't been offered any tickets for today. But the phone just rang and I got two tickets to be picked up from a mansion in Ballsbridge. I'm so going. Bringing my dad, sorry.

    My previous post shows how full of sh1t I am.
    aren't we all, Hope your dad enjoys the game.
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