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    Google Nexus is supposed to be quality mad dog. I haven't a breeze about tablets tho, just heard its good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mad dog View Post
    know any brands that are good mick
    I used a Galaxy Tab for a while in work, really liked that, but cost is similar to an ipad, I know 3 people who bought Easypix tablets, and they found them good, I know of one person who bought an Asus and had to return it twice for faulty parts.That, as Kent Brockman would say, is my two cents

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    Quote Originally Posted by BiggyRotten View Post
    Jesus H Christ on a bike (and swimming and running) that is unreal. Your definition of short and mine differ greatly 45k cycle All the best with it, are you doing it for charity or any cause?
    now that you mention it

    Yes i am trying to raise a few bob while i'm at it, for Crumlin Childrens Hospital

    http://www.cmrf.org/sponsorshipPage/show/1438
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    I take back the weirdo comment so. I thought you were doing that for 'fun'

    Fair play
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    Quote Originally Posted by antomorro View Post
    Google Nexus is supposed to be quality mad dog. I haven't a breeze about tablets tho, just heard its good!
    Just bought a Google Nexus and I'm very happy with it, loads of space for apps and good for internet browsing, very quick and smooth. Don't go for a no name cheapo one (though a nexus is a reasonable price) I bought one (GoTab) biggest heap of useless junk I ever bought, I now use it as a coaster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSaintsno.12 View Post
    now that you mention it

    Yes i am trying to raise a few bob while i'm at it, for Crumlin Childrens Hospital

    http://www.cmrf.org/sponsorshipPage/show/1438
    Great effort for a great cause, all the best with it, didn't want to put my real name on that page then realised you were the chap I was chatting to about uni a couple of years back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BiggyRotten View Post
    Great effort for a great cause, all the best with it, didn't want to put my real name on that page then realised you were the chap I was chatting to about uni a couple of years back.
    Thats right !

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    http://heartofgame.files.wordpress.c...ok_ireland.pdf

    FORAS and Supporters Direct and the EU lads are after doing a handbook for "Improving football governance through supporter involvement and community ownership"
    There's a good bit of reading but its informative and done well.
    Also a good few photos of pats in it. Favourite one is Donny on page 15. Cracker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cian View Post
    http://heartofgame.files.wordpress.c...ok_ireland.pdf

    FORAS and Supporters Direct and the EU lads are after doing a handbook for "Improving football governance through supporter involvement and community ownership"
    There's a good bit of reading but its informative and done well.
    Also a good few photos of pats in it. Favourite one is Donny on page 15. Cracker.
    Good read. Launch of the handbook was attended by the Irish Co-Operative Society. Some useful reading here, not specific to football.

    http://www.icos.ie/starting-a-co-op/intro/

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    Anyone got a link to watch the rugby in Oz this morning online? Sport Lemon ain't working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddydillon View Post
    Anyone got a link to watch the rugby in Oz this morning online? Sport Lemon ain't working.

    Aha.

    http://www.wiziwig.tv/broadcast.php?...03&part=sports

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cian View Post
    http://heartofgame.files.wordpress.c...ok_ireland.pdf

    FORAS and Supporters Direct and the EU lads are after doing a handbook for "Improving football governance through supporter involvement and community ownership"
    There's a good bit of reading but its informative and done well.
    Also a good few photos of pats in it. Favourite one is Donny on page 15. Cracker.
    Do you know where you can get a physical copy of it?

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    Contact them through www.heartofthegame.ie
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSaintsno.12 View Post
    now that you mention it

    Yes i am trying to raise a few bob while i'm at it, for Crumlin Childrens Hospital

    http://www.cmrf.org/sponsorshipPage/show/1438
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    Quote Originally Posted by yorkiesaint View Post
    Just bought a Google Nexus and I'm very happy with it, loads of space for apps and good for internet browsing, very quick and smooth. Don't go for a no name cheapo one (though a nexus is a reasonable price) I bought one (GoTab) biggest heap of useless junk I ever bought, I now use it as a coaster.

    one in the did sale an archos ....any use ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mad dog View Post
    one in the did sale an archos ....any use ?
    Good brand yup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mad dog View Post
    one in the did sale an archos ....any use ?
    IMO no. I bought a media player (basically the forerunner to tablets) that was Archos. €400 at the time. Bricked after a year, couldn't even get a response from their customer care. Would never buy anything from them again myself
    Negativity is the new Positivity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doom View Post
    IMO no. I bought a media player (basically the forerunner to tablets) that was Archos. €400 at the time. Bricked after a year, couldn't even get a response from their customer care. Would never buy anything from them again myself
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    Archos hardware is shit.

    Wouldnt touch em.

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    Anybody know if I'd need a "fit to fly" letter to go on a plane with a cast on my arm? Somebody said I do but seems a bit silly
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    Quote Originally Posted by saintjoey View Post
    Anybody know if I'd need a "fit to fly" letter to go on a plane with a cast on my arm? Somebody said I do but seems a bit silly
    Didnt you have a broken arm in Latvia because you were attacked by a wolf?
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    Quote Originally Posted by danthesaint View Post
    Didnt you have a broken arm in Latvia because you were attacked by a wolf?
    Attacked by a Wolfe? Wasn't broke and had no cast just had to keep weight off it
    With Bucka to lead us sure no one could beat us!

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    Quote Originally Posted by saintjoey View Post
    Attacked by a Wolfe? Wasn't broke and had no cast just had to keep weight off it
    Ah ok, thought wolfie pushed ya off the wall in Cobh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danthesaint View Post
    Ah ok, thought wolfie pushed ya off the wall in Cobh.
    He might have but that wasn't what was wrong haha! So anyone know?
    With Bucka to lead us sure no one could beat us!

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    This is quite incredible...

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    Don't know how to imbed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSaintsno.12 View Post
    This is my third year doing tri's, but first IM event. its been a serious slog for the last 7 months or so. 20+ hours of training a week, double and sometimes triple sessions a day as well as a 9 to 5 monday to friday job.
    Roughly :
    2/3 swim sessions (2 pool sessions and a 3rd one added at sea when temps were better)
    3 bike sessions (2 short (45km mountain climb), 1 long (building from 3 hours to 6)
    3 run sessions (2 short (10km) 1 long (10 up to 37km))
    3 strength and conditioning sessions

    The mental side was the hardest towards the end. Life basically gets put on hold
    You might as well carry on running/swimming/cycling to Vilnius when you're finished :

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    going away in 8 weeks and havent got a passport (the one i have just expired last month) whats the best way of going about to get one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by redarmyintallaght View Post
    going away in 8 weeks and havent got a passport (the one i have just expired last month) whats the best way of going about to get one?
    Passport express through the post office. Cheapest and quickest way. Get the forms there or garda station
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    Quote Originally Posted by redarmyintallaght View Post
    going away in 8 weeks and havent got a passport (the one i have just expired last month) whats the best way of going about to get one?

    defo do it by post you've lots of time whatever you do dont go near the passport office the charge of fortune over the counter

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    Quote Originally Posted by redarmyintallaght View Post
    going away in 8 weeks and havent got a passport (the one i have just expired last month) whats the best way of going about to get one?
    Be careful with that, I was told it would take roughly 10 working days using the post office, I'm waiting close to a month now.

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