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#3757

Indeed. But you will off the CAP subsidies, levies, free college fees, no tax and other perks … :wink:


#3758

That claim is as bogus as the one that claims Dublin footballers don’t work and live a professional lifestyle…:wink:


#3759

Imagine how much stronger we’d be if we were farming (part-time( … and how much fitter if inhaling clean air. Ah sure …


#3760

Clean air…lovely clean air in the bog, if you want to come down and turn the turf for me your more than welcome…next week I’ll have 180 odd bales to be hauled in…again more than welcome :wink:


#3761

Been there. Done that. Outside Claremorris, every year as a kid. The best of work. Tea and a sambo never tasted better! Turf is the most comforting fire of all!


#3762

Ireland is the ONLY country in the world were its population is lower than it was 200 years ago.


#3763

We have never really discussed the famine.


#3764

Turf and saving hay. That’s work. Thirsty work too.


#3765

Get that wasp off my sandwich!


#3766

Apart from your palettes on 12th?


#3767

I probably know your relatives so…


#3768

If I know Mayo any way at all, you probably are a relative.


#3769

I see Megs and Harry will be in Croker next month


#3770

Will they go to Newbridge?


#3771

They were going to . But can’t get a ticket.


#3772

They’re not stuck for a bit of silverware anyway!


#3773

See Donegal have lost McBrearty for the rest of the year with an injury, huge loss for them coming up to the super 8’s


#3774

Makes things a little easier for us .
Terrible news though , a brilliant player


#3775

That’s terrible.

He’s a great talent. Was really looking forward to seeing him play against us in July.


#3776

big blow for donegal , great player