>mike brown wrote:
>> [Stephanie wrote:]
>> > Unfortunately,
>> >discussions on this subject and Northern Ireland all too often end up as
>> >an exchange of acrimonious barbs. This is a problem which has plagued
>> >this list since I first signed on. It is nothing new and I fear it will
>> >continue long
>> >after both you are I are long gone.
>> Not just on this list either. Go into any university, pub, rugby ground,
>> parliamnet etc. in Britain and witness it first-hand!
>Yep I am remember getting the same type of email from Neil for exactly
>the same reason.
>Give it long enough and you soon start learning when people are
> (sorry mike you mightn't been in Autstralia long enough to grasp that
>when their trying to bait the list and when their just full of it?
I'm dinky-di Sport. Just baiting the Septics, Blue.
Have a bonza arvo Bruce.
Ps. (OBCelt) Australia was a significant place of immigration for the Irish
diaspora. It also has its own 'language' called 'strine (as demonstrated