Going out where, oh yes, in Scotland. As others have said, you are a plastic paddy, one of those typical gob shites who harp on about this and that but who would run a mile if anyone confronted you in person on your beliefs.
Have been to Dublin many times and have never had any problems, so your clearly not up to speed on what things are like nowadays
And yes I'd rather lick Benny and Brummies arse than show any respect to you. Guess why? Benny's and Brummies posts are just words on a Forum where they like to wind folk up, whereas you openly support terrorism and the murder that goes along with it.
Bono mentions Morrissey is his favorite singer and the nasty comments come out of no where, bizarre
The IRA have never been defeated
indeed, for me, there isn't big difference in when bono mentions morrissey and when d. cameroon mentions the smiths - i find them similarly unconvincing. why is it bizarre? i told what i think.
Bizarre because Bono mentions Morrissey is his favorite singer, my first reaction was, odd, wouldn't have seen that coming..This site has to call Bono names, analyze three ways to Sunday. Just a harmless comment everyone. No need to drag Bono to the lows of some comments here.
Maybe I'm in a minority, but in my opinion Morrissey's latest three albums display great progress compared to the terrible and tedious You Are the Quarry, it is something much more musical and lively, although he still remains conservative and his music conventional. If any, his only solo masterpiece was Your Arsenal.
To call Quarry this is head scratching to me. Taste is individual after all, but let's be honest when discussing his music. His contribution is the lyrics, and to me his recent efforts lack the depth and insight-fulness of his earlier works. I guess it is the subtleness he employed when expressing his thoughts and feelings that I find lacking in songs like Bullfighter that leaves me uninterested. I get it. Humans shouldn't kill bulls. Fine. I agree. It is like he has lost his desire to connect to the listener on a personal level. Something he was so successful doing in the past. I know others don't agree with me but I am also sure that some do, and that is after all what we are here for. To discuss his music, and that I quite enjoy.
PS. Maladjusted is his best solo album! There...I said it. Don't kill the messenger
You're not too far off on your Maladjusted comment. And now packaged with the brilliant b-sides, it's quite sublime.
The one thing they do have in common these days is their last album is not their best by any stretch of imagination.
i don't see anything 'low' in my comment. i don't respect bono, that's all.
p.s. sorry if this hurts your feelings.
Surface your a better man than this 4ekin eejit. You don't have to lick anyone's backside and me and you might not always agree with each other but I think we share a respect in some form. Just ignore the Irish Crank he talks shite and to prove he's talking shite I worked all over the place in a past job, they asked me if I would go to Belfast (they said I didn't have to if I didn't want to there was no pressure to make me go) Anyway I decided to go, I went three times in all and guess what ? I came back in one piece ! I never disappeared. I also met some lovely people they're not all like this loon.
One thing that sticks in my mind though was when we sailed into Belfast I went on deck and my first thoughts were what a dull dreary shit-hole with all its shades of black and grey.
My hotel was nice though it was called the Dunaddrie/Dunaddry or something.
Enjoy your week and turn the other cheek with this Irish Crank.
Good advice Benny and I will stick to it. Had a good look into George Borrowski. He has been involved with an incredible amount of musicians and for some reason its all passed me by. You're right on the mutual respect, after my early exchanges with you I realised that you had similar musical tastes to me and that you like to be mischievous on here, which originally pushed me into alter ego which is nothing like the real me.