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  • Andy Taylor
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    Bushmills.
    Love that stuff.

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  • IrishCop
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    Originally posted by HotelSecurity
    I'm planning on going to Cookstown Northern Ireland for a wedding in May. About 15 years ago students from both religious groups from there were sent to Montreal for a summer. The idea was to put them in a place where they had more in common than they thought (Montreal's working language is French). We took care of one of the students & are going to his wedding. My wife is especially excited as her mother's family is from Ireland.
    As previously mentioned in another Thread, I hope that you are going to spend a bit of time touring Nth Ireland.

    Here are a couple of good Links to set you on your way.

    The Glens of Antrim

    Bushmills Whiskey

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  • HotelSecurity
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    I'm planning on going to Cookstown Northern Ireland for a wedding in May. About 15 years ago students from both religious groups from there were sent to Montreal for a summer. The idea was to put them in a place where they had more in common than they thought (Montreal's working language is French). We took care of one of the students & are going to his wedding. My wife is especially excited as her mother's family is from Ireland.

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  • Eric
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    We are all Irish on March 17th
    Here is a picture of me after the last one ( well, the glasses part anyway)

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  • Andy Taylor
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    Welcome. I'm not Irish (At least not that I know of, bloodline is a little muddy)but have always thought that Ireland is one of the most beautiful places on the planet.
    Good luck in Iraq.

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  • IrishCop
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    Welcome

    Hello cros13, it's nice to see someone in from the Mother Country.

    Good luck in Iraq, you are going to need it.

    Anyhow, while you're here, I hope we can have a bit of the craic.

    As a matter of interest who is the largest Security Company in Ireland and does the Irish Army still do the Cash Escorts?

    Cheers.

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  • cros13
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    "Eireann go deo" is Ireland forever for future reference.

    Your grandpa was right.
    Last edited by cros13; 12-07-2006, 05:05 PM.

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  • Bill Warnock
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    Originally posted by ACP01
    Guess I am not irish enough. LOL
    I knew what Bill said at least.
    ACP01:
    The only reason I knew Erin go bragh is my father had a gree colored flag with those words emblazoned on it. When asked, he replied, "Ireland forever." My grandfather corrected him by saying, "Till doomsday." Were I to tender a guess it would probably be six on one and a half-dozen of the other.
    I have no clue as to what the other phrase means.
    Enjoy the day,
    Bill

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  • ACP01
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    Originally posted by cros13
    Eireann go deo, a chara
    Guess I am not irish enough. LOL
    I knew what Bill said at least.

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  • cros13
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    Eireann go deo, a chara
    Last edited by cros13; 11-24-2006, 03:27 PM.

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  • Bill Warnock
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    One Irishman to another, welcome aboard and get involved. "Erin go bragh!"
    Enjoy the day,
    Bill

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  • cros13
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    New guy in ireland

    Greetings all!

    I'm cros13 and I'm a security professional from Ireland.

    Been in the industry for 6 years, still enjoy it as much as the first day.

    I'm heading to Iraq on contract in May, so right now I have 6 months off to bulk up my skills. Hope to contribute quite a bit to this forum!

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