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 DeusXMachina
Joined: 10/14/2006
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Welcome to Ireland....Page 1 of 1    
I have no Irish origins at all and never even been there, but...

English-speaking people all over the world use it as the language of choice to talk to their compatriots wherever they are.. it's not unfair for the Spanish to do the same. Shouting might be rude but its something everyone does occasionally..
 tam879
Joined: 1/19/2008
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Welcome to Ireland....
Posted: 7/1/2009 8:56:12 PM
I visited Ireland last summer liked what I saw. We started in Dublin and went all around the western parts up to Belfast. I couldn`t believe how narrow the roads were. I live in the prairie province of Manitoba and we have a large population of Irish living here. My ex g/friends were of Irish descent. Thanks for the welcome. I welcome you to Canada. I think that in someone else`s country you should show respect. I usually go to the states for a visit and I most defiently respect the Americans and their country.
 tam879
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Posted: 7/1/2009 9:02:52 PM
Take a tour. I saw lots of things. Those town street are just full of people and roads are pretty narrow. I went last year and we started in Dublin and bussed all over the place. Last stop was Belfast then hopped over to Scotland. Try it. You`ll like it.
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