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View Poll Results :Is there an Irish pub near you?
YES 16 76.19%
NO 5 23.81%
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December 12th, 2004   #1
dougal
 
 

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Is there an Irish pub near you?

Im just trying to find out what cities and towns have them or dont have them!!!!


I have heard him speak of the Ireland he wished to see. When he struck the spark on the anvil, he struck the anvil in my heart. When I leave school, the only pursuit I want to engage in is the winning of the freedom of my country. Michael Collins
 
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December 12th, 2004   #2
Jason Bourne
 
Actually yes there is one next to Starbucks that is about a quarter of a mile away.
by the way Starbucks supports terrorism so don't buy from them.
P.S. coffee sucks anyhow, if you want to wake up drink some Ginnis


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December 12th, 2004   #3
Locke
 
 
ginnis?? wtf?
guinness?? is that what u mean?
there are a couple of wannabe irish pubs near me
 
December 12th, 2004   #4
Jason Bourne
 
Maybe it is guinness i've never seen it spelt out
 
December 12th, 2004   #5
AussieNick
 
Ginnis?? Thats a new way of spelling it. Easier after a few.

Yeah I got a few Irish pubs nearby. The most popular would be the good old P.J. O'Briens in the city, and there is another popular one called Shenanigans.
 
December 12th, 2004   #6
Ed
 
I live near O'Reileys 'kind of Irish' pub.


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December 12th, 2004   #7
Bootboy82
 
we have 4 irish pubs here

The MacGowans Pub which is run by the brother of Shane MacGowan
The Celtic Tiger (this is where you can meet me sometimes)
The Irish Harp (nice, but small)

The last one is called "Bobby's" but I don't like to go there because it's full of right-wing scumbags most of the time


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Every bitter tear
Every bead of sweat
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December 12th, 2004   #8
dougal
 
 
An Irish pub full of politics!

LOL
 
December 12th, 2004   #9
redcoat
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jason Bourne
by the way Starbucks supports terrorism so don't buy from them.
I can't even stand the smell of coffee, let alone drink it.
But pray tell, in what way do they support terrorism


If in doubt...... Panic!!!!!!!!
 
December 12th, 2004   #10
Jason Bourne
 
On Sept. 11 2001, After the towers collapsed and rescue workers arrived, they rushed to a nearby starbucks requesting water for the injured, Starbucks complied, charging them a measly $130 for 3 cases of water.

later on, after they paid for the EMTs paid for the water, the ambulance company made some calls and got in touch with Starbuck's CEO, he apologized for this incident and said it was the act of a lone employee and that the employee was dealt with. Then Starbucks immediately donated $1 million dollars to the September 11th victims funds, but it stills asks the question, if this story about the water had not gotten out, would Starbucks have donated anything at all.

Also on another occasion, a group of soldiers wrote to Starbucks telling them how much they loved the coffee and requesting if they could ship some free coffee to them, Starbucks responded with saying NO because they do not support the war.

WTFWTFWTF is wrong with starbucks
 



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