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Postby Grumpy Old Man » October 17th, 2006, 3:54 pm

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Too late. You should see the state of him. :wink:


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Postby Eve » October 17th, 2006, 4:07 pm

I'm loving the sound of this....bring it on. Claire - myself and Sarah will be carrying out reconnaissance on Saturday - research purposes only!
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Postby claire_m » October 17th, 2006, 4:10 pm

Eve wrote:I'm loving the sound of this....bring it on. Claire - myself and Sarah will be carrying out reconnaissance on Saturday - research purposes only!


Excellent news! I shall be around for breakfast on Sunday to hear the fruits of your labours :wink:
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Postby Flash Gordon » October 17th, 2006, 4:14 pm

What's going on? You lot all having a crack at GRumpy? Can hardly blame you, he's second only to Dave Cahill in terms of his pulling power.... :twisted:
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Postby Grumpy Old Man » October 17th, 2006, 4:19 pm

Flash Gordon wrote:What's going on? You lot all having a crack at GRumpy? Can hardly blame you, he's second only to Dave Cahill in terms of his pulling power.... :twisted:



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Oh wait, thats what you just said, isn't it?
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Postby claire_m » October 17th, 2006, 4:20 pm

Flash Gordon wrote:What's going on? You lot all having a crack at GRumpy? Can hardly blame you, he's second only to Dave Cahill in terms of his pulling power.... :twisted:


They're hardly going to go all the way to Edinburgh (the home of Simon Taylor, incidentally), and end up with Grumpy are they :roll:
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Postby sarah_lennon » October 17th, 2006, 4:20 pm

claire_m wrote:
Eve wrote:I'm loving the sound of this....bring it on. Claire - myself and Sarah will be carrying out reconnaissance on Saturday - research purposes only!


Excellent news! I shall be around for breakfast on Sunday to hear the fruits of your labours :wink:


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Postby Flash Gordon » October 17th, 2006, 4:22 pm

claire_m wrote:
Flash Gordon wrote:What's going on? You lot all having a crack at GRumpy? Can hardly blame you, he's second only to Dave Cahill in terms of his pulling power.... :twisted:


They're hardly going to go all the way to Edinburgh (the home of Simon Taylor, incidentally), and end up with Grumpy are they :roll:


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Postby Eve » October 17th, 2006, 4:23 pm

claire_m wrote:
Flash Gordon wrote:What's going on? You lot all having a crack at GRumpy? Can hardly blame you, he's second only to Dave Cahill in terms of his pulling power.... :twisted:


They're hardly going to go all the way to Edinburgh (the home of Simon Taylor, incidentally), and end up with Grumpy are they :roll:


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Postby Flash Gordon » October 17th, 2006, 4:24 pm

Eve wrote:
claire_m wrote:
Flash Gordon wrote:What's going on? You lot all having a crack at GRumpy? Can hardly blame you, he's second only to Dave Cahill in terms of his pulling power.... :twisted:


They're hardly going to go all the way to Edinburgh (the home of Simon Taylor, incidentally), and end up with Grumpy are they :roll:


mmmmmmm Simon Taylor :D


Would you stop it or I'll get Point to ban you from munsterfans. :evil: :wink:
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Postby claire_m » October 17th, 2006, 4:24 pm

Eve wrote:
claire_m wrote:
Flash Gordon wrote:What's going on? You lot all having a crack at GRumpy? Can hardly blame you, he's second only to Dave Cahill in terms of his pulling power.... :twisted:


They're hardly going to go all the way to Edinburgh (the home of Simon Taylor, incidentally), and end up with Grumpy are they :roll:


mmmmmmm Simon Taylor :D


I'd approve of research into that! :lol:
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Postby Eve » October 17th, 2006, 4:35 pm

Flash Gordon wrote:
Eve wrote:
claire_m wrote:
Flash Gordon wrote:What's going on? You lot all having a crack at GRumpy? Can hardly blame you, he's second only to Dave Cahill in terms of his pulling power.... :twisted:


They're hardly going to go all the way to Edinburgh (the home of Simon Taylor, incidentally), and end up with Grumpy are they :roll:


mmmmmmm Simon Taylor :D


Would you stop it or I'll get Point to ban you from munsterfans. :evil: :wink:


I'd have to be registered first :wink:
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Postby Flash Gordon » October 17th, 2006, 4:38 pm

Eve wrote:
Flash Gordon wrote:
Eve wrote:
claire_m wrote:
Flash Gordon wrote:What's going on? You lot all having a crack at GRumpy? Can hardly blame you, he's second only to Dave Cahill in terms of his pulling power.... :twisted:


They're hardly going to go all the way to Edinburgh (the home of Simon Taylor, incidentally), and end up with Grumpy are they :roll:


mmmmmmm Simon Taylor :D


Would you stop it or I'll get Point to ban you from munsterfans. :evil: :wink:


I'd have to be registered first :wink:


Not being registered? That's a banning offence. :twisted:
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Postby Eve » October 17th, 2006, 4:42 pm

Flash Gordon wrote:
Eve wrote:
Flash Gordon wrote:
Eve wrote:
claire_m wrote:
Flash Gordon wrote:What's going on? You lot all having a crack at GRumpy? Can hardly blame you, he's second only to Dave Cahill in terms of his pulling power.... :twisted:


They're hardly going to go all the way to Edinburgh (the home of Simon Taylor, incidentally), and end up with Grumpy are they :roll:


mmmmmmm Simon Taylor :D


Would you stop it or I'll get Point to ban you from munsterfans. :evil: :wink:


I'd have to be registered first :wink:


Not being registered? That's a banning offence. :twisted:


Woo-hoo - do wonders for my cred around here, being banned from mf.com :D
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Postby harryp » October 17th, 2006, 7:47 pm

Mauler wrote:I was over in Embra for the Foot & Mouth International in 2001, we stayed on till Monday morning, and I remember that the city was pretty quite on Sunday night.
There were very few bars open late. Maybe someone with some local knowladge can help us here.


Mauler, you've lost it. Sunday of the Foot & Mouth International was All Ireland Football Final, Galway beat Meath, only 2 pubs in Embra showed it Finnegans & Mulligans, both were packed and had qeues outside them all day. Was the best days boozing I've ever gone on. And Espionage closed at 4 IIRC.
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Postby harryp » October 17th, 2006, 7:52 pm

If it was a later ko I'd say start in Rose St. loads of pubs, everyone in the middle of the road, great laugh, but ko at 1, head up early to either Haymarket or Murrayfield Hotel. Just someone ring ahead and make sure they are open......
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Postby Mauler » October 18th, 2006, 8:17 am

harryp wrote:
Mauler wrote:I was over in Embra for the Foot & Mouth International in 2001, we stayed on till Monday morning, and I remember that the city was pretty quite on Sunday night.
There were very few bars open late. Maybe someone with some local knowladge can help us here.


Mauler, you've lost it. Sunday of the Foot & Mouth International was All Ireland Football Final, Galway beat Meath, only 2 pubs in Embra showed it Finnegans & Mulligans, both were packed and had qeues outside them all day. Was the best days boozing I've ever gone on. And Espionage closed at 4 IIRC.


Like I said nothing going on in Embra on Sunday's!!!
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Postby Donny B. » October 18th, 2006, 10:52 am

Mauler wrote:
harryp wrote:
Mauler wrote:I was over in Embra for the Foot & Mouth International in 2001, we stayed on till Monday morning, and I remember that the city was pretty quite on Sunday night.
There were very few bars open late. Maybe someone with some local knowladge can help us here.


Mauler, you've lost it. Sunday of the Foot & Mouth International was All Ireland Football Final, Galway beat Meath, only 2 pubs in Embra showed it Finnegans & Mulligans, both were packed and had qeues outside them all day. Was the best days boozing I've ever gone on. And Espionage closed at 4 IIRC.


Like I said nothing going on in Embra on Sunday's!!!


With the new 24hour drinking times, we shouldn't have a problem finding some late bar to pack into (like that place in Bath last January).
Espionage was where we ended up last May wasn't it?

Why are people flying back on Sunday when it's a bank holiday the next day????? Seems like a waste.

I know it's not a Bank Hol in the U.K. so Claire is excused!
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Postby sarah_lennon » October 18th, 2006, 10:56 am

When I booked I never copped it was a Bank Hol :oops:

Now I'm in two minds about whether to change the flights, is everyone staying till Monday??
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Postby Mauler » October 18th, 2006, 11:04 am

sarah_lennon wrote:When I booked I never copped it was a Bank Hol :oops:

Now I'm in two minds about whether to change the flights, is everyone staying till Monday??


I made that mistake last year in Glasgow :oops:

We are flying in on Saturday at 14.00 and home on Monday at 16.55 with Ryanair
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