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Starseed
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#61 | Posted: 20 Nov 2010 23:18 | Edited by: Starseed
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? This message board should become a forum.
Starseed
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#62 | Posted: 20 Nov 2010 23:39 | Edited by: Starseed
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leprechaun:
ye but Starseed is married to an Irish Immigrant

No - he is not. Loved the ALL BLACKS Today - LOL!
leprechaun
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#63 | Posted: 20 Nov 2010 23:43
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Father in law Irish, lived here for donkeys years. Tons of Irish contacts that obviously still live there. I don`t think they are struggling as they have a shed load of money and property in other countries.

the above is what you have posted so is your father in law Irish or not,
leprechaun
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#64 | Posted: 20 Nov 2010 23:45
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Starseed:
This message board should become a forum.

Multiple identities post on this 'message board' and it becomes ever more obvious.

The truly 'would be' interesting! posters will never appear in this format. It is such a shame...

One does not have to be Sherlock to gather IP addresses, and various posts are so stupidly similar that a 9year old could guess what is going on.

Make people sign up for a REAL account. It really is child's play in the forum world. IMO .

why don't you just go off and start your own forum if you are unhappy with this one,Richard seems to know what he is at,so if you don't think he is up to the job just move on,
Starseed
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#65 | Posted: 20 Nov 2010 23:48 | Edited by: Starseed
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leprechaun:
Father in law Irish, lived here for donkeys years. Tons of Irish contacts that obviously still live there. I don`t think they are struggling as they have a shed load of money and property in other countries.

the above is what you have posted so is your father in law Irish or not,

I thought so. I`m not sure?
Starseed
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#66 | Posted: 20 Nov 2010 23:51 | Edited by: Starseed
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leprechaun:
why don't you just go off and start your own forum if you are unhappy with this one,Richard seems to know what he is at,so if you don't think he is up to the job just move on,

WHOY? be gorrah? noo Oirish lilt in dat one? (LOL)

So - Once again - a certain person is back.
Starseed
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#67 | Posted: 20 Nov 2010 23:52 | Edited by: Starseed
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a quick check should confirm...
leprechaun
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#68 | Posted: 21 Nov 2010 00:39 | Edited by: leprechaun
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Starseed:
WHOY? be gorrah? noo Oirish lilt in dat one? (LOL)

I'm sure your irish father in law might find that offensive,and your irish contacts might find it offensive as well
Starseed:
this twat was

is twat not an abusive word
Starseed
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#69 | Posted: 21 Nov 2010 00:41 | Edited by: Starseed
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Prize for the first one that spots it....
leprechaun:
why don't you just go off and start your own forum if you are unhappy with this one,Richard seems to know what he is at,so if you don't think he is up to the job just move on,

Starseed
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#70 | Posted: 21 Nov 2010 00:42 | Edited by: Starseed
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leprechaun:
I'm sure your irish father in law might find that offensive,and your irish contacts might find it offensive as well

http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1020/5186251203_98f11a3768_b.jpg

Tell me you are not, are you? (only you - No-one else click the link)
leprechaun
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#71 | Posted: 21 Nov 2010 00:59
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Starseed:
I mean - this twat was found out

more personal abuse,
Joe
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#72 | Posted: 21 Nov 2010 01:30 | Edited by: Joe
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Starseed:
GOT HIM RICH!

It was just too easy.

http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1020/5186251203_98f11a3768_b.jpg

Rich, sorry to have to bring this to your attention

I think this is starting all over again (without me being here). I like your website, and most of it I find interesting and I have stayed away from the forum on purpose to let things cool down a bit.

But as you can see above, the MADMAN, Starseed (first to break the forum rules twice again), is now confusing me with leprechaun and posting insults. Apart from this moment I have not come on to the forum for a while, but I still read the posts. However, I should not have to see his childish/spiteful behaviour towards me when I do look at the forum (I was hoping that all this was going to stop).

He seems to think leprechaun and I are the same person!, and has the cheek to equate himself with the same intellect as Sherlock Holmes - a great insult to Conan Doyle's character (he also thought I was posing as Dk, once). And now has managed to alienate yet somebody else on this forum - he does not get on with anybody.

He is a nasty, deranged, little fellow and he is this way with everybody in time, not just with myself.

P.S. I don't want his ISP address
Starseed
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#73 | Posted: 21 Nov 2010 10:35
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"Warning that "the sovereign crisis is not over", Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the IMF managing director and a likely French presidential candidate, called on the European Union to move responsibility for fiscal discipline and structural reform to a central body that is free from the influences of member states.

The proposal from so powerful a figure will dismay Ireland and other peripheral euro-zone nations already fearful of a loss of sovereignty as the price of a bail-out. Ireland is expected to agree a rescue of up to 100bn (85bn) within days, in the form of a low-cost loan to shore up the banks.

The scale of Ireland's problems was laid bare on Friday by Allied Irish Banks, which revealed that it has lost 13bn of customer deposits mostly "institutional and corporate" since the start of the year, 17pc of its entire deposit base.

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"What UKIP has been trying to tell the rest of the UK for many years. The only people who are trying to hide the transfer of powers to the EU are the corrupt British MPs who don't want to let go of their puppet government (in other words, their salaries and existence) in Westminster. The EU's intention has always been to eliminate our national identity.

This quote from an article in 2000 hits the nail on the head.

' More recently again, in 1996, Phillippe Maystadt, then the Belgian Finance Minister and now president of the European Investment Bank, said that: "The purpose of the single currency is to prevent the encroachment of Anglo-Saxon values in Europe."'
Starseed
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#74 | Posted: 21 Nov 2010 10:50
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US firms warn Irish over tax move
The Irish government has been given a stark warning from some of the biggest American companies in Ireland on the risk of a mass exodus if the country's low corporation tax rate is raised.

There is a lot happening in Ireland...

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/financetopics/financialcrisis/8148882/US-firms-war n-Irish-over-tax-move.html
Starseed
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#75 | Posted: 21 Nov 2010 10:52
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Skills tsar says immigration cap is 'pointless'

The immigration cap is "pointless" because it will make little difference to the number of migrant workers taking "British jobs", according to the Government's skills tsar.

Chris Humphries, chief executive of the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UK CES), said limiting the number of people from outside Europe entering the country to work would not tackle the real problem which was "causing the public the greatest concern".

He said the issue was that the vast majority of migrant workers arriving in the UK were from Europe, which the Government was powerless to do anything about. This group also typically ended up in lower-wage jobs, competing directly with British workers, he said.

Mr Humphries comments come as the Government is to reveal the level of the immigration cap on Tuesday. Theresa May, the Home Secretary, and Damian Green, the Immigration Minister, will tell businesses how many non-EU workers they can bring into the country.

More: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/jobs/8148860/Skills-tsar-says-immigration-cap-is-p ointless.html

How can this not affect the economy?
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