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Old September 9th 03, 03:50 PM
gappy
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WRONG SITE YOU MICK


"Harold Potter" wrote in message
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Hi please dont all start shouting about the fact that I am on the wrong

site
but I reside in Northern Ireland and want to sell my reg. plate JCZ 6688.
How can I go about it on here. I cannot find any sites. Tnx in advance

but
not for the complaints....lol


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Old September 9th 03, 03:56 PM
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TOP OF DA MORNING TO YA MY MICK FRIEND


"Harold Potter" wrote in message
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Gappy is that the shape of your face or just your mouth...n im not a
mick.....i live in the uk#

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"gappy" wrote in message
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WRONG SITE YOU MICK


"Harold Potter" wrote in message
...
Hi please dont all start shouting about the fact that I am on the

wrong
site
but I reside in Northern Ireland and want to sell my reg. plate JCZ

6688.
How can I go about it on here. I cannot find any sites. Tnx in

advance
but
not for the complaints....lol


--
This correspondence does not reflect any opinion of Professor Roland
Marconi. There is a zillionth % chance that he may not be
right.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!








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Old September 9th 03, 04:42 PM
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He called it a site you mick


"Albert Fish" wrote in message
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gappy wrote:
WRONG SITE YOU MICK


Hi gobby,

here's some clues for you to be going on with:

'Mick' is a rascist term for an Irishman

He's an Ulsterman, whichever flavour, he's in Ulster.

This newsgroup is not a 'site' it's a newsgroup on usenet.

you're a twunt, an accurate description of anyone polluted with rascist

thoughts.



hth




Albert














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Old September 9th 03, 05:07 PM
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"Albert Fish" wrote in message
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gappy wrote:
WRONG SITE YOU MICK


Hi gobby,

here's some clues for you to be going on with:

'Mick' is a rascist term for an Irishman


No it's not, Irish do not generally belong to a separate race. They are
causican like the (at the moment) majority of UK residents.


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Old September 9th 03, 05:11 PM
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gappy wrote:
He called it a site you mick


and that gave you the go ahead to be racially abusive ?

or are you just getting confused with your words ?







Albert



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Old September 9th 03, 05:13 PM
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gappy said this...
He called it a site you mick


what's garry.tv all about anyway?

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Old September 9th 03, 05:17 PM
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Snowdon Computers wrote:
"Albert Fish" wrote in message
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gappy wrote:
WRONG SITE YOU MICK


Hi gobby,

here's some clues for you to be going on with:

'Mick' is a rascist term for an Irishman


No it's not, Irish do not generally belong to a separate race. They
are causican like the (at the moment) majority of UK residents.


so, are you defending him, correcting me or splitting a hair ?

either way, it's abusive and, tbh, I thought I'd heard the last of
gobby arseholes calling the Irish 'mick' as much as I thought
I'd heard the last of all the other abusive terms from the english
for the welsh, scots etc, etc.

seems like some people have a bit further to go along the road
of evolution than the rest of us.






Albert


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Old September 9th 03, 06:41 PM
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wrong group

try alt.asylum.netcop.wannabe

"Albert Fish" wrote in message
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gappy wrote:
can you give us some examples of abusive terms for the welsh please


wrong newsgroup.

try uk.local.north-wales




Albert




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Old September 9th 03, 08:08 PM
Albert Fish
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nottsguy wrote:
"Albert Fish" wrote in message
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Snowdon Computers wrote:
"Albert Fish" wrote in message
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gappy wrote:
WRONG SITE YOU MICK


Hi gobby,

here's some clues for you to be going on with:

'Mick' is a rascist term for an Irishman

No it's not, Irish do not generally belong to a separate race. They
are causican like the (at the moment) majority of UK residents.


so, are you defending him, correcting me or splitting a hair ?

either way, it's abusive and, tbh, I thought I'd heard the last of
gobby arseholes calling the Irish 'mick' as much as I thought
I'd heard the last of all the other abusive terms from the english
for the welsh, scots etc, etc.

seems like some people have a bit further to go along the road
of evolution than the rest of us.


Political correctness gone mad, I have several Irish friends who are
happy to be affectionately known as 'Mick' I suppose 'Geordie' and
'Scouser' are out too then???


depends how sick you are of being called mick or paddy,
or oirish, isnt it ? ever thought your irish friends may be thinking
pouge mahone under their breaths ?

Although I am totally against racism, I find people like yourself who
take 'correctness' to the extreme to be almost as annoying as the
racists.


then by definition you lump yourself in with me as an intolerant type.

tricky, isn't it.

People are different, races are different, cultures are
different, lets celebrate the difference and not try to create one
global identity.


agreed, but lets drop the name calling along the way, no ?


/end




Albert



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Old September 10th 03, 03:46 PM
Harold Potter
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Hi please dont all start shouting about the fact that I am on the wrong site
but I reside in Northern Ireland and want to sell my reg. plate JCZ 6688.
How can I go about it on here. I cannot find any sites. Tnx in advance but
not for the complaints....lol


--
This correspondence does not reflect any opinion of Professor Roland
Marconi. There is a zillionth % chance that he may not be
right.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


 




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