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    I am fed up with the attitude of Irish people, even here in the north I can't escape it and am overhearing the kind of crap that I used to hear every day in the south. Why must people constantly moan about how people are losing their jobs, how there are 'no jobs', etc. etc. Why take such a defenceless and weak stance? It's weak and it's pathetic. Like Enda.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cuiseogach View Post
    I am fed up with the attitude of Irish people, even here in the north I can't escape it and am overhearing the kind of crap that I used to hear every day in the south. Why must people constantly moan about how people are losing their jobs, how there are 'no jobs', etc. etc. Why take such a defenceless and weak stance? It's weak and it's pathetic. Like Enda.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cuiseogach View Post
    I am fed up with the attitude of Irish people, even here in the north I can't escape it and am overhearing the kind of crap that I used to hear every day in the south. Why must people constantly moan about how people are losing their jobs, how there are 'no jobs', etc. etc. Why take such a defenceless and weak stance? It's weak and it's pathetic. Like Enda.
    You're moaning about people moaning?
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    Because people would rather moan and blame someone else instead of accept responsibility and get off their butts to sort out their own lot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cuiseogach View Post
    I am fed up with the attitude of Irish people, even here in the north I can't escape it and am overhearing the kind of crap that I used to hear every day in the south. Why must people constantly moan about how people are losing their jobs, how there are 'no jobs', etc. etc. Why take such a defenceless and weak stance? It's weak and it's pathetic. Like Enda.
    People ARE losing their jobs and there are NO alternative jobs. People ARE left defenceless and weak. Hence the moaning you ******************************nut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riadach View Post
    Your moaning about people moaning?
    Maybe he's an echo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitsui2 View Post
    Maybe he's an echo.
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    Phew, I thought this was another feedback thread...
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