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Irish FAQ: Basics [1/10]
Section - 3) I found a lot of nastiness here. Are real Irish people like that?

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	No.  You cannot generalise from soc.culture.irish to "real"
	Irish people (whatever that means to you).  You can't do it
	for any of the other soc.culture groups either.  People often
	do not behave on newsgroups like they would in real life.
	A newsgroup is a great place to get on your hobby horse, make
	a lot of noise and get yourself some attention without paying
	the consequences you would if you did it in a pub.  Again,
	it pays to look beyond whatever rudeness offends you for
	quieter discussions that may be taking place in the next booth.

	(See also the question about trolls.)


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Dec 21, 2011 @ 8:08 am
I'm looking for information regarding navigable waterways for a 44' fly bridge cruiser for corporate entertainment such as the big horse racing events. I've searched the internet and book stores here in Walws without success.

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