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    Goldie fish
    Tim Horgan

  • Goldie fish
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    Originally posted by hptmurphy
    Heard an interesting one about the one with the horses head from dunmore east today..Seemingly herself and some equally ugly mate had a score card on the stable hands in coolmore stud...fancies herself as a porno queen.....ugly bitch!.might have been better off had she taken her rightful place in davy jones locker.
    Apparently this person won...

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  • Goldie fish
    Tim Horgan

  • Goldie fish
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    I see the NS have had a big involvement in the last few weeks,with the ship being "boarded" and searched for contraband 2 weeks ago,and again tonight,there was more involvement. I saw one of the contestants stripping a steyr..
    Good on whoevers idea it was to keep the NS in the public eye for good reasons.

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    Guest

  • John
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    There is already a programme like that in Russia.

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  • FMolloy
    King Monkey

  • FMolloy
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    The only logical evolution for reality t.v. is a Running Man-type program where 'contestants' are hunted down & killed live on air for our amusement.

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  • Goldie fish
    Tim Horgan

  • Goldie fish
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    Latest news is that the participants are to sue RTE. For stress and trauma apparently...all this because they were incompetant and unsupervised aboard a quite complex and technical vessel. Anyone who has sailed anything larger than a dinghy will know these things need an experienced hand...

    However,did this inompetence lead to the sinking of the vessel? They all done survival at sea training,they were literally within walking distance of shore and nobody got hurt...indeed one waded to Tory. Why sue RTE? They should be sued for coming up with crap tv,but there is no way you can say the boat sinking was their fault,instead it was the fault of whoever was navigwating at the time,and who decided to make the trip in poor weather. Something that annoyed me watching the show was when fat security guard(not me..) argued that it would have been easier to take a straight line course to a destination than the one taken....shortest distance between 2 points at sea however,is not necessarily a straight line.

    I look forward to RTE's next attempt at reality TV,when in the same ethos as cabin fever,they send 10 factory workers to Israel to keep the peace between the Israelis and the Palestinians..

    It will be followed by a visit to Florida where 10 accountants will learn to build a supersonic jet,and circumnavigate the globe..participants will be voted off weekly and dropped off using HALO.

    And for childrens TV,10 pre school children are shown into a room with 10 loaded pistols....those who survive win free access to a counsellor for life...

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  • Goldie fish
    Tim Horgan

  • Goldie fish
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    this sort of unfounded rumour and allegation is in exactly the right place

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  • hptmurphy
    Commander in Chief

  • hptmurphy
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    Heard an interesting one about the one with the horses head from dunmore east today..Seemingly herself and some equally ugly mate had a score card on the stable hands in coolmore stud...fancies herself as a porno queen.....ugly bitch!.might have been better off had she taken her rightful place in davy jones locker.

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  • iron arse
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    They should send the cast of the cabin fever off to treasure Island. The only reason they went with the idea of the boat was they wanted to save money, ha ha ha well done RTE.

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    Guest

  • faxo
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    cabin fever

    Sorry IMF didn't read the other posts. Thought to post the thread here seeing it's a naval matter. i.e. regarding the sea or ships

    Faxo

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  • Goldie fish
    Tim Horgan

  • Goldie fish
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    Originally posted by I.M.F.
    why did you create a new thread?
    you do know that there is a other thread in the GENERAL section all about the cabin fever incadent ,dont you.
    Not any more:D

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    Guest

  • I.M.F.
    Guest replied
    why did you create a new thread?
    you do know that there is a other thread in the GENERAL section all about the cabin fever incadent ,dont you.

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    Guest

  • faxo
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    Cabin Fever??

    From reading many of the newspaper reports, it would seem that the two experienced people on board (the owner and skipper) were below decks at the time of the incident. It also seems that the two people on watch at the time had no sailing experience. Anyone who has sailed around this part of Ireland (Donegal, Tory Island) knows how treacherous these waters are. A bit silly to leave two unexperienced people all alone on watch!!!!! What do you navy guys think?? No inexperienced sailor (or newbie) is ever left alone on watch by themselves??

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  • DriverGirl
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    Back to Cabin Fever... all the contestants are on their way home, chances are the show is over...

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  • Turkey
    Brigadier General

  • Turkey
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    Have to agree with that, did youknow that the Air Corps were involved in a suscessful rescue while on a goodwill visit to N.I.
    see www.pprune.org forums,military aircrew forum, page5, title;JHC let's down U.K.public
    Sorry, can't post link, this PC is the one the duke of wellington planned the Battle of Waterloo on.:D
    eidited by Turkey 'cause I was being a bit too sloppy:D
    Turkey
    Brigadier General
    Last edited by Turkey; 14 June 2003, 21:53.

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  • yellowjacket
    Potential Liability

  • yellowjacket
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    Here's another case of poor DF PR.

    Where Air Corps or Naval Service are involved in a rescue, this should be made known to the public via their website and similar. Most of the work done in this regard won't make the news, even though lives and property are saved.

    The DF can't complain about a poor public profile, if no effort is made to make the public aware of the good workthey do.

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