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    Default Scéal na Gaeilge - TG4

    Ag tosú anois,más maith libh féachaint air.

    Second part starting now on Tg4.

    Alan Titley presents

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    Grma
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    Default Re: Scéal na Gaeilge - TG4

    A nice pop at O'Connell there. I love those pigeons that rain down on his likeness

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lá an Lúbáin View Post
    A nice pop at O'Connell there. I love those pigeons that rain down on his likeness
    Everyone should go out of their way to feed them when they are in the O'Connell Street area.
    Do not rejoice in his defeat, you men. For though the world has stood up and stopped the bastard, the (female dog) that bore him is in heat again. Bertolt Brecht

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam Lord View Post
    Everyone should go out of their way to feed them when they are in the O'Connell Street area.
    Pity they don't build a gangway from one side of the street to the other and we could all have a go.

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    Wasn't what I was expecting (na cartuin?) but entertaining and direct.
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    Default Re: Scéal na Gaeilge - TG4

    " Tá mórán daoine, a mhaígh go raibh an Ghaeilge marbh, ina luí anseo (sa reilig), agus, féach, táimidne fós faoi lán seoil ."

    " There's a lot of people that claimed that Irish was dead, lying here (in the graveyard), and look , we're still going strong "

    Great show. I'd wager that all the 'mature' people didn't like that.

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