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Old 31st October 2012, 04:38 PM
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Default Re: Be aware in West Cork, hudda alert

Originally Posted by tomtwix
They will stop at nothing

How low can they go, another tale from the Crookstown area

http://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland...et-212465.html
And so it will continue, until traditional hospitality and decency is replaced with locked and bolted doors, Alsatians and landmines. They asked for it.
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Old 31st October 2012, 05:07 PM
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Old 31st October 2012, 11:03 PM
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Default Re: Be aware in West Cork, hudda alert

Originally Posted by kickassdude
Watch ur stuff lads ....

Bank holiday monday @4pm .... when normal people are out taking their families for a spin in the car or have gone to the pub etc ..... Iz at home, as the cage is in the shop with a dicky fuel pump, so spending time working on the bike out the back in a container, when the front of house sensor pings.

I carry a small remote cctv camera telly reciever which showed me that a white cage of the double back door variety had pulled up outside and a gentleman of the nomadic lifestyle was knocking on my front door. as to all and sundry, it looks like there is no-one home, so yer man gives one quick rap off the knocker and heads around the side of the house (towards me in the semi open 40' container) .... anywayz I duck down behind the bench, when boyo sticks his head in the door and grabs me hilti drill and wanders further into the dark container ....

15min later, the cage was seen driving at high speed around the Kilmichael bar blind bend by locals (30 zone) headin north to Macroom, with a very un-healthy lookin chappy behind the wheel ..... shockin behaviour that, someones luvly moggy could have been flattened pancake style on that junction ... 08 LK 407, white (with red spashes) tranvestite ....
A very unhealthy chappy can still talk, one in the ceptic tank cant...

Or at the least one who can see no evil, hear no evil & speak no evil, the drill or a blowtorch on specific points could have removed those abilities
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Old 31st October 2012, 11:35 PM
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Fair play man....you did the right thing. Got what was coming to him.
Had a run in with fookers in Sligo a few years ago and went to their halting site near centre of town and took them on. Best thing I did as I had them by the short and curleys and they knew not to fook with me or my family. No violence.... but they knew they fooked up. They have been nice as pie to me and my family members ever since
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Old 1st November 2012, 07:37 PM
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you da man . good on ya
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Old 2nd November 2012, 09:59 AM
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Default Re: Be aware in West Cork, hudda alert

Went to school with a few of them. Once you stood your ground with them you'd get no hassle. Different story when theyre trying to rob ya though show em a shot gun and remind them of frog ward and they won't be back I'd say.
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Old 2nd November 2012, 10:34 AM
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Default Re: Be aware in West Cork, hudda alert

Originally Posted by Blagadán
Beg to differ bud.

We took up against the NFA's a few years ago and we thought they wouldn't be back either.

A couple of weeks later while we were out, every window in the house got smashed... just saying, its worth having a statement made at the local cop shop just incase...
had a fair ol row with one here in the drive way bout 5 years ago, gonna break me nose and do things to my sister, i dont think he be able anymore..
no payback yet
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Old 2nd November 2012, 10:42 AM
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Default Re: Be aware in West Cork, hudda alert

alot of them just rely on the older ones reputation u know my brother is bigger than urs
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