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    Irishman leaps to his death

    Sad story

    Went to this pub quite a bit. Shocking.
    Did you ever notice that in every painting of Adam & Eve, they have belly buttons. Think about that...take as long as you want.

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    sounds like a chemical imbalance or depression of some sort...

    i wonder why he was being buried in america?
    I'm a bloke,I'm an ocker
    And I really love your knockers,I'm a labourer by day,
    I **** up all me pay,Watching footy on TV,
    Just feed me more VB,Just pour my beer,And get my smokes, And go away

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    I don't know why. Don't know why he did what he did either. Seemed normal the last time I saw him. I guess you really never know what goes on inside someone's head.
    Did you ever notice that in every painting of Adam & Eve, they have belly buttons. Think about that...take as long as you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by strangeirish
    I don't know why. Don't know why he did what he did either. Seemed normal the last time I saw him. I guess you really never know what goes on inside someone's head.
    He was buried in America because it costs a small fortune to ship a corpse in a coffin back home. One of my Women's soccer team's former players had to go to Spain to send her late father home in a coffin and I believe it was very expensive €10,000 plus I believe is the going rate these days.

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    There's something to be said for cremate and post so?
    As I say, we're just young & a bit nieve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy.McClure
    There's something to be said for cremate and post so?
    Correctomundo.... Use an Urn marked Fragile and wrap it carefully

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy.McClure
    There's something to be said for cremate and post so?
    That's what I'll be doing, but, I'd like to get home via FedEx, just so someone can sign for me
    Did you ever notice that in every painting of Adam & Eve, they have belly buttons. Think about that...take as long as you want.

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    Nah, Im cheap. First class postage and one of those Par Avion stamps will do me fine, its not like Id be in a rush or anything
    As I say, we're just young & a bit nieve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samuel
    imagine if you died abroad and were cremated and someone sent your ashes back home by post-and some GAA or rugby ****er in the post office scattered your remains in Croke Park or Landsdowne just for the laugh like....
    after replacing your ashes with cheap imported fag butts so as not to upset the relatives like...
    The horror the horror as Brando muttered at the end of Apocylapse Now....
    Just a thought...

    I can think of worse places to have me ashes scattered then Lansdowne Road....Wouldn't like croke park with all those GAA heads running on top of ye.....Interesting fact is that it costs the GAA a ton of money to remove weeds from the grass at Croker..........more often than not the seeds are carried by the the feet of those that go onto the pitch to celebrate a result. ''Country types mostly''

    Very sad about that guy...The head is funny and very dangerous thing...It can just go pop!

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