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LLCOOLJ14
28th-October-2010, 14:01
Surprised there isnt a thread(unless Ive missed it)...he's been some servant....12 years playing for us, and 92 Irish caps aswell to date.


Many great memories over the years, but career highlight for me:


http://www.munsterfans.com//uploads/images/LLCOOLJ14/6E3_PS.jpg

red hot chilli
28th-October-2010, 14:12
that great moment will never ever be forgotten in the history of Munster . strings has been and still is a mitey little munster warrior. love the little maneen.smileys/lol.gif

Johnm2501
28th-October-2010, 14:12
Agreed - the man has been a munster legend and I personally think he is not done yet!


I would be delighted if he could break back into the Ireland team for a swansong!

kc73
28th-October-2010, 14:13
fantastic servant for munster, i bet that is one his highlights alright !!!!

Woggas
28th-October-2010, 14:22
Don't forget the trademark Stringer Ankle Tap (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G4PGZfloohQ)

sparks
28th-October-2010, 14:22
Didnt someone say on another thread that its 198 caps

Charco
28th-October-2010, 14:38
One of the best versions I've seen of this clip, (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2p7eBrAdXw&NR=1) what a day smileys/cool.gif

What a man. Hope to see him keep up the form and headin to NZ next year.

skinnyryan
28th-October-2010, 14:40
little devil he is...



http://www.munsterfans.com//uploads/images/skinnyryan/64A_tap.jpg

Thorns
28th-October-2010, 14:41
the word legend doesnt even come close, very popular with the ladies aswel apparently!

Bitter As A Lemon
28th-October-2010, 14:43
Fair play to Strings, fantastic career, here's hoping there's another few images/stories to show/tell before he finishes up.

Thomond78
28th-October-2010, 14:48
That he didn't go on at least the 2005 and 2009 Lions tours,
when Blair, Cussiter and Cooper were picked ahead of him, is
a bloody disgrace.

A truly top-notch scrum-half, and one of the very, very best
this country has ever produced.

I've said it before, and I'll say it again; it's the Asterix Rule. If
you're going to have an indomitable village, as well as the
great big brutes, you've got to have your cunning midget in
charge of things. smileys/biggrin.gif

Patman
28th-October-2010, 15:30
Well done Strings. Legend.

McCloud
28th-October-2010, 15:55
Strange coincidence that he got his first cap for Munster v Ulster, 100th capalso against Ulster and now a possible 200th cap against Ulster as well.


Congratulations to him.

Thomond78
28th-October-2010, 15:58
Patman - like it. smileys/biggrin.gif

FORWARD....
28th-October-2010, 16:01
Strange coincidence that he got his first cap for Munster v Ulster, 100th capalso against Ulster and now a possible 200th cap against Ulster as well.


Congratulations to him.

That is a bit strange, almost spooky and its Halloween too. smileys/badgrin.gif
G'wan Strings. Roll on the next 200.

scotscor
28th-October-2010, 16:10
Some dog in that man. Hope we continue to see his displays of heart and skill for a few years yet, and that when he is finished he gets into coaching in some way.

Patman
28th-October-2010, 16:12
Patman - like it. smileys/biggrin.gif

Thanks. It's hard to make one that's less than 30kb. Feck
it. Had a red background but it was taking up too much
space even at 200 x 200.

mr chips
28th-October-2010, 16:29
Delighted for General Stringer, looking forward to cheering him onto the pitch tomorrow.smileys/thumb-up.gif

jackothelad
28th-October-2010, 16:33
I'm sure he'll get a great reception by the crowd. He's a big favourite here. I hope he gets to run out on his own first. Thoroughly deserved and a wonderful example to all players. If only you could bottle what he has and sell it.

kahalui
28th-October-2010, 16:34
Delighted to see him getting his 200th capsmileys/shock.gif. Great player and servant for munster and ireland over the years... and on current form, the best SH in Ireland. Still plenty of rugby left in the tank..

28th-October-2010, 16:35
I think there's another heineken cup in him yet!smileys/biggrin.gif

sparks
28th-October-2010, 16:39
Delighted to see Strings achieve 200 caps!

FORWARD....
28th-October-2010, 16:53
I think there's another heineken cup in him yet!smileys/biggrin.gif


I'm sure you meant Heineken cups.smileys/biggrin.gif
I cannot understand how Deccie has Boss and Reddan ahead of him. What on earth happened there?

acskerries
28th-October-2010, 17:01
all the more reason for him to show that he's "simply the best, better than all the rest" etc Gwan strings,more tries/ankle taps/pure dog...

davidos
28th-October-2010, 17:06
I wonder what his good friend Bobby Jones thinks.

Rebel Yell
28th-October-2010, 18:46
Legend. A hero to all us vertically challenged people. So many great performances in Red and Green. Loved his tackle on Elsom 2 years ago in TP, one of the few to ground him that season

Stringer9
28th-October-2010, 18:51
He's some legend all right. A bit of an unsung hero, an old school player and nobody really has bossed about the forwards like he does, despite the size of him. A complete legend and just delighted to see him get 200 caps, well deserved. Always punched above his weight, a big heart on him, it's a pity it doesn't seem to matter what he does on the pitch these days.

Red October
28th-October-2010, 19:28
lb for lb, probably the best pro Munster have ever produced.

refugee
28th-October-2010, 19:35
Well done Strings. Reward for perseverance. He has proved a lot of doubters wrong with his performances of the last few weeks. Never write him off.

isola ciarrai
28th-October-2010, 20:34
Should enjoy every second of him while we can, 'cos he is the
last great small man in pro rugby, and after he goes 9 will
then be the territory of the big man - TOL, Boss, Phillips,
Kelliher - this wonderful sport* will lose a lot more than it
ever gains in facilitating the huge to dominate. No More Didier
Cordoniou (le petite Dauphin), Bernie Fraser, Grant Batty, and
the slight Jeff Wilson, and more.
*As Con Houlihan of the Island once wrote - football and
soccer are games for great players; rugby and hurling are
games for heroes.

Point
28th-October-2010, 20:46
Well done Strings ! Doesn't drink, doesn't smoke, prepares properly, razor sharp pass and a gent from a lovely family (and if he reads this, Peggy said she taught you how to pass in her back garden smileys/wink.gif&nbspsmileys/wink.gif. A hero.


I would like to think that, in time, those who treated him disgracefully over the last 3 years, will be man enough to apologise for what they did to a good man.

mtcmolloy
28th-October-2010, 20:54
i met him in treviso...
I still play a bit, and i'm devastated I didn't ask him what is the secret of the tap tackle.... I've never seen any to beat him in that department. maybe the best in the world? anyone?

sledger2003
28th-October-2010, 21:17
Well done Peter .. a real role model.

By the way .. do a Hayes on it and change your avatar to a Strings pic... worked rather well for John Hayes's big day.

Patman
28th-October-2010, 21:23
Strange coincidence that he got his
first cap for Munster v Ulster, 100th cap*also against
Ulster and now a possible 200th cap against Ulster as
well.


Congratulations to him.

Well spotted. smileys/thumb-up.gif

Piggybui
29th-October-2010, 06:08
Well done Peter .. a real role model.

By the way .. do a Hayes on it and change your avatar to a Strings pic... worked rather well for John Hayes's big day.

+1

Ruck
29th-October-2010, 06:18
One of the few genuine Munster legends. He's been there for all the big occasions and always met the challenges set to him. Congrats Strings.

Native Land
29th-October-2010, 07:05
Congratulations Strings a true hero. Lovely memory of
Thomond Park when he was down injured (sure it was the All
Blacks match think it was the tackle he took to put Barry
Murphy away) and the crowd starting chanting his name. A
very emotional tribute to him. He is truly loved and
appreciated by the Munster faithful.

youngmunster
29th-October-2010, 07:07
Congrats to Strings he the man, 200caps for Munster is some record & still many more to come...

tippex
29th-October-2010, 07:12
Congratulations Stringer, you have proved this season 'You're simply the Best'

Thomond78
29th-October-2010, 07:21
Congratulations Strings a true hero.
Lovely memory of
Thomond Park when he was down injured (sure it was the
All
Blacks match think it was the tackle he took to put Barry
Murphy away) and the crowd starting chanting his name. A
very emotional tribute to him. He is truly loved and
appreciated by the Munster faithful.

It's worth looking up the Alternative Rugby Commentary on
that match. Jed Thian, the Undercover Kiwi himself,
absolutely fell in love with Stringer - "Little Bloke". He was
raving about that try; loved the try, hated that Rococoko
hit him late and high, and was there going, "C'mon, Little
Bloke, get up. C'mon, Little Bloke, c'mon, you'll be okay,
c'mon, Littl - HE'S UP! Little Bloke's okay! He's a tough little
bloke, Little Bloke...!"

LIGIND!

hellovating
29th-October-2010, 07:54
It's worth looking up the Alternative Rugby Commentary on
that match. Jed Thian, the Undercover Kiwi himself,
absolutely fell in love with Stringer - "Little Bloke". He was
raving about that try; loved the try, <S&#079;NG>hated that Rococoko
hit him late and high</S&#079;NG>, and was there going, "C'mon, Little
Bloke, get up. C'mon, Little Bloke, c'mon, you'll be okay,
c'mon, Littl - HE'S UP! Little Bloke's okay! He's a tough little
bloke, Little Bloke...!"

LIGIND!


hosea gear, not joe rok

wanted
29th-October-2010, 08:43
some man .... well done

soccer rules
29th-October-2010, 08:50
congrats big lad, i hope you can push on from this to reach your 100th cap for ireland, you are far better than the 3 other pretenders

syriana
29th-October-2010, 09:07
Wit a bit of luck he'll celebrate by giving Ulster some haloweenesque nightmaressmileys/badgrin.gif

Hugged Rugger
29th-October-2010, 09:25
i met him in treviso...
I still play a bit, and i'm devastated I didn't ask him what is the secret of the tap tackle.... I've never seen any to beat him in that department. maybe the best in the world? anyone?



remember reading once about his competitiveness and how when he played tennis with his brother a lot in the back of cork con he always wanted to win. maybe he just has excellent hand eye co-ordination, maybe the tennis helped, maybe we should add tennis to young scrum halves training regime smileys/wink.gif

banjaxed
29th-October-2010, 09:53
Fair play Stringer, some achievement here is to a great night. Hopefully a vintage season to come


No one can forget the tap tackles the try against BO, and of course thishttp://www.munsterfans.com//uploads/images/banjaxed/956_30538834-1.jpg

Native Land
29th-October-2010, 15:44
Congratulations Strings a true hero.
Lovely memory of
Thomond Park when he was down injured (sure it was the
All
Blacks match think it was the tackle he took to put Barry
Murphy away) and the crowd starting chanting his name. A
very emotional tribute to him. He is truly loved and
appreciated by the Munster faithful.

It's worth looking up the Alternative Rugby Commentary on
that match. Jed Thian, the Undercover Kiwi himself,
absolutely fell in love with Stringer - "Little Bloke". He was
raving about that try; loved the try, hated that Rococoko
hit him late and high, and was there going, "C'mon, Little
Bloke, get up. C'mon, Little Bloke, c'mon, you'll be okay,
c'mon, Littl - HE'S UP! Little Bloke's okay! He's a tough little
bloke, Little Bloke...!"

LIGIND! ]

Any chance of a link? Would love to hear that!

Charco
29th-October-2010, 16:24
Congratulations Strings a true hero.
Lovely memory of
Thomond Park when he was down injured (sure it was the
All
Blacks match think it was the tackle he took to put Barry
Murphy away) and the crowd starting chanting his name. A
very emotional tribute to him. He is truly loved and
appreciated by the Munster faithful.

It's worth looking up the Alternative Rugby Commentary on
that match. Jed Thian, the Undercover Kiwi himself,
absolutely fell in love with Stringer - "Little Bloke". He was
raving about that try; loved the try, hated that Rococoko
hit him late and high, and was there going, "C'mon, Little
Bloke, get up. C'mon, Little Bloke, c'mon, you'll be okay,
c'mon, Littl - HE'S UP! Little Bloke's okay! He's a tough little
bloke, Little Bloke...!"

LIGIND! ]

Any chance of a link? Would love to hear that!

Here ya go. (http://www.arcrugby.co.nz/uploads/67_first.mp3)

"Corey Jane, the bogan" smileys/lol.gif smileys/lol.gif

"We got a replay of the kick, what a f**kin beauty"

Munsterboy
29th-October-2010, 18:07
Well done Strings!

Good game tonight too - kept us moving forward and chucked
himself into tackles as usual.

I hope to see him in green in the next few weeks. God knows
he's playing better than the other options this season.

lactose intolerant
29th-October-2010, 18:26
overrated

munstermoll
29th-October-2010, 18:30
Congratulations Strings a true hero.

Lovely memory of

Thomond Park when he was down injured (sure it was the

All

Blacks match think it was the tackle he took to put Barry

Murphy away) and the crowd starting chanting his name. A

very emotional tribute to him. He is truly loved and

appreciated by the Munster faithful.



It's worth looking up the Alternative Rugby Commentary on

that match. Jed Thian, the Undercover Kiwi himself,

absolutely fell in love with Stringer - "Little Bloke". He was

raving about that try; loved the try, hated that Rococoko

hit him late and high, and was there going, "C'mon, Little

Bloke, get up. C'mon, Little Bloke, c'mon, you'll be okay,

c'mon, Littl - HE'S UP! Little Bloke's okay! He's a tough little

bloke, Little Bloke...!"



LIGIND! ]



Any chance of a link? Would love to hear that!



Here ya go. (http://www.arcrugby.co.nz/uploads/67_first.mp3)



"Corey Jane, the bogan" smileys/lol.gif smileys/lol.gif



"We got a replay of the kick, what a f**kin beauty"

THAT IS PRICELESS... Stringer the little bloke... look at him I love him</span>... Quality

I love him too</span>

that lad is quality, RTE should recruit him!! I would listen to him all day

mr chips
29th-October-2010, 22:29
I had to sell my tickets outside the ground tonight. Just as I was walking away after selling the second one, I heard the stadium announcer call out Stringer's name as he led the side out. Felt very bittersweet as I was supposed to be in there cheering him onto the pitch, but still delighted that his 200th cap was a victory.

Charco
30th-October-2010, 05:47
overrated


Stop looking for attention.


I had to sell my tickets outside the
ground tonight.* Just as I was walking away after selling
the second one, I heard the stadium announcer call out
Stringer's name as he led the side out.* Felt very
bittersweet as I was supposed to be in there cheering him
onto the pitch, but still delighted that his 200th cap was a
victory.

Why'd ya sell?

Luimneach
30th-October-2010, 06:24
I had to sell my tickets outside the ground tonight. Just as I was walking away after selling the second one, I heard the stadium announcer call out Stringer's name as he led the side out. Felt very bittersweet as I was supposed to be in there cheering him onto the pitch, but still delighted that his 200th cap was a victory.

The announcer last night in Ravenhill got his count wrong he said 100 caps for the great man

Native Land
30th-October-2010, 07:49
Congratulations Strings a true hero.
Lovely memory of
Thomond Park when he was down injured (sure it was the
All
Blacks match think it was the tackle he took to put Barry
Murphy away) and the crowd starting chanting his name. A
very emotional tribute to him. He is truly loved and
appreciated by the Munster faithful.

It's worth looking up the Alternative Rugby Commentary on
that match. Jed Thian, the Undercover Kiwi himself,
absolutely fell in love with Stringer - "Little Bloke". He was
raving about that try; loved the try, hated that Rococoko
hit him late and high, and was there going, "C'mon, Little
Bloke, get up. C'mon, Little Bloke, c'mon, you'll be okay,
c'mon, Littl - HE'S UP! Little Bloke's okay! He's a tough little
bloke, Little Bloke...!"

LIGIND! ]

Any chance of a link? Would love to hear that!

Here ya
<a href="http://www.arcrugby.co.nz/uploads/67_first.mp3" target="_blank">go.
</a>

"Corey Jane, the bogan" smileys/lol.gif smileys/lol.gif

"We got a replay of the kick, what a f**kin beauty"
THAT IS PRICELESS... &lt;span style="font-style:
italic;"&gt;Stringer the little bloke... look at him I love
him&lt;/span&gt;... Quality&lt;span style="color: rgb(204, 204,
204);"&gt;I love him too&lt;/span&gt;that lad is quality, RTE
should recruit him!! I would listen to him all day

That is fantastic stuff really enjoyed it - thanks for link.

Pixie
30th-October-2010, 08:38
Well done Strings yet another top performance.Heart of a Lion

mr chips
30th-October-2010, 08:46
Why'd ya sell?

Wife hurt her back - had to go home to mind her.




The announcer last night in Ravenhill got his count wrong he said 100 caps for the great man


Was wondering had I heard right at the time!
Anybody else think the stadium announcer sounded like Mark Robson?

FORWARD....
30th-October-2010, 08:50
Congratulations Strings a true hero.

Lovely memory of

Thomond Park when he was down injured (sure it was the

All

Blacks match think it was the tackle he took to put Barry

Murphy away) and the crowd starting chanting his name. A

very emotional tribute to him. He is truly loved and

appreciated by the Munster faithful.



It's worth looking up the Alternative Rugby Commentary on

that match. Jed Thian, the Undercover Kiwi himself,

absolutely fell in love with Stringer - "Little Bloke". He was

raving about that try; loved the try, hated that Rococoko

hit him late and high, and was there going, "C'mon, Little

Bloke, get up. C'mon, Little Bloke, c'mon, you'll be okay,

c'mon, Littl - HE'S UP! Little Bloke's okay! He's a tough little

bloke, Little Bloke...!"



LIGIND! ]



Any chance of a link? Would love to hear that!



Here ya go. (http://www.arcrugby.co.nz/uploads/67_first.mp3)



"Corey Jane, the bogan" smileys/lol.gif smileys/lol.gif



"We got a replay of the kick, what a f**kin beauty"

THAT IS PRICELESS... Stringer the little bloke... look at him I love him</span>... Quality

I love him too</span>

that lad is quality, RTE should recruit him!! I would listen to him all day


Charco. That is brilliant. Loved listening to that commentary.

Steve Donald 'The average man'. Goes to the average man. The average man takes two steps and passes to.... Now that is average
Stringer- Look at the Little man, he's got little hands. He's got little legs. I love the little mansmileys/lol.gif. Get up Little Mansmileys/lol.gif ( what was the the plane bit about though?)
Munster try- I think its a bit unfair that a winger who's done absolutely f**ing nothing all day should get the score.
Mafi's high tackle. You can take the coconut out of the island but you can't take the coconut out of the boysmileys/shock.gifsmileys/lol.gif

mr chips
30th-October-2010, 08:55
"891 kilos versus 856. What are you fackers on a diet over here or what?"
"Yer not directing traffic mate, let's get on with the fackin game."
"He does have a lot to say for himself, Jamie Macintosh, and you'd have to fackin wonder why."

smileys/lol.gifsmileys/lol.gifsmileys/lol.gif

McCloud
30th-October-2010, 08:59
Classicsmileys/lol.gif


Your not directing traffic mate, get on with the f**king gamesmileys/lol.gif

mr chips
30th-October-2010, 09:04
"The average man with the ball ... veeerrrrry fackin average too, by the way ..." smileys/biggrin.gif

"A lot of people say I don't like Stephen Donald - (sound of gun cocking) - couldn't have said it better myself (bang)."

"So three-all to New Zealand ... well, three-all to Munster, I should say ... three points to three. No-one's really leading, are they?"

"Douglas Howlett pointing, directing - as a lot of full backs do, but who the fack listens to them, to be honest?"

kc73
30th-October-2010, 09:13
we need to get this guy to takeover as announcer in TPsmileys/wink.gif

mr chips
30th-October-2010, 09:21
Best one yet ...

"The referee says you're a bunch of fackin cheating cahnts - and he quite possibly is right."smileys/lol.gif

lactose intolerant
30th-October-2010, 14:52
overrated





Stop looking for attention.




my bad....forget the smileys/wink.gif

Stringer9
30th-October-2010, 15:52
we need to get this guy to takeover as announcer in TPsmileys/wink.gif


smileys/lol.gifsmileys/lol.gif Can you imagine.

scotscor
1st-November-2010, 19:38
Just one other stringer story. Against Scotland about 2003 in Murrayfield. Stringer is breaking clear with about 15 yards to the full back, scrum half behind strings is chasing and goes for a tap tackle, Strings gives a little hop at just the right moment, I wondered how he had timed it so well, I think he might have had a glance at the big screen which would have been pretty much directly in his line of sight.

sewa
1st-November-2010, 20:15
Thats one hell of an avatar Scots.

scotscor
1st-November-2010, 20:20
probably time for a change alright, whos this weeks special?

Waterfordlad
2nd-November-2010, 08:44
I don't know, lactose intolerants one is seriously disturbing me this morning.http://www.munsterfans.com/forum/smileys/smiley38.gif

2nd-November-2010, 17:56
Just one other stringer story. Against
Scotland about 2003 in Murrayfield. Stringer is breaking
clear with about 15 yards to the full back, scrum half
behind strings is chasing and goes for a tap tackle, Strings
gives a little hop at just the right moment, I wondered how
he had timed it so well, I think he might have had a glance
at the big screen which would have been pretty much
directly in his line of sight.


Watching the Currie Cup final other day, for about 50
minutes, and every one of the 3 SH's on the pitch during
that time was taking numerous steps before passing from
the ruck. Just made me realise, again, how world class
Stringer is when it comes to the basics of the SH job - ie
what they're supposed to be there for.

lahinch_lass
2nd-November-2010, 22:08
I am going to HAVE to re-watch the ABs match DVD but with that alternate commentary.. It reminds me of the first time I listened to an ireland game on the radio and every tackle was described as someone getting decapitated.

FORWARD....
6th-November-2010, 10:00
Does anyone know if alternative rugby will be doing a commentary on the match v England today?

lahinch_lass
6th-November-2010, 12:37
Does anyone know if alternative rugby will be doing a commentary on the match v England today?

Tried their website and the Listen live link, but nothing was coming. It looks like the site hasn't been updated since last year sometime.

FORWARD....
6th-November-2010, 14:08
Does anyone know if alternative rugby will be doing a commentary on the match v England today?

Tried their website and the Listen live link, but nothing was coming. It looks like the site hasn't been updated since last year sometime.


Yeah. I tried that and couldn't get a feed. Oh well. Maybe it'll be up for the Ireland game.

Charco
6th-November-2010, 15:13
Just saw on the Beeb that Stringer was the last try scorer
before Landsdowne Rd was rebuilt.

scotscor
6th-November-2010, 17:39
Stringer and ROG come on, both do very well, but not a single mention of pete by the panel. Useless. Hook must be the most useless panelist in the world

Point
6th-November-2010, 17:55
Stringer and ROG come on, both do very well, but not a single mention of pete by the panel. Useless. Hook must be the most useless panelist in the world


Yep, it was a Rogfest all the way. Incredible. smileys/sad.gifHe must have been shagging (insert someone's wife here).

ustix
6th-November-2010, 18:00
Yep. Fair play to Strings. A diamond.
A limerick woman told me today how her dog peed on Strings leg at the HC celebration 2006. How did he react I asked her?
Like a professional, says she.

Waterfordlad
8th-November-2010, 07:37
Strings was brilliant when he came on - truely a legend. What a difference he'd make to the Ladyz backline if they could snare him.......

scotscor
8th-November-2010, 20:42
Would love to see him reach the ton. Needs eight more caps, 16 more internationals before the world cup groups are finished, Should hopefully get another couple in the next couple of weeks, but with Tomas back everything changes for the 6N.

NiallGK
8th-November-2010, 20:47
Strings was brilliant when he came on - truely
a legend. What a difference he'd make to the Ladyz backline if they
could snare him.......

Indeed. Over on ladyfans.com they are crying out for a Stringer/Sexton
partnership for the rest of the series. My, my, how times have changed.

sewa
8th-November-2010, 20:49
We have been absolutely spoiled with ten years of two world class halfbacks. In that time so many seriously talented scrum halves have had no choice but leave. Thats tribute enough to Strings

Waterfordlad
10th-November-2010, 07:52
No give him more!! Can't give enough tribute to Strings IMHO

10th-November-2010, 14:16
What is going on here?
http://www.munsterfans.com//uploads/images/michael/7BC_72725_456986643926_684593926_5681580_1022658_n .jpg

kahalui
10th-November-2010, 14:31
No idea

Upfront_1979
10th-November-2010, 14:35
Kidney ate stringers lunch?

No23
10th-November-2010, 18:34
rock paper sissors i'd say. kidney's just lost to with paper to a sissors obviously.

Simplythebest
10th-November-2010, 23:34
Definately Irelands #9 without any shadow of doubt. Everytime he comes on, be it Ireland or Munster the back line immediately seems to sparkle. What's the issue with starting the lad?

Charco
10th-November-2010, 23:40
What is going on here?
http://www.munsterfans.com//uploads/images/michael/7BC_72725_456986643926_684593926_5681580_1022658_n .jpg


Where'd ya find that?

Thomond78
11th-November-2010, 00:29
What is going on here?
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Just the chain of command.

The cunning midget hero =&gt; Chief Vitalstatistix DK =&gt;
Geriatrix.

HTH.

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Waterfordlad
11th-November-2010, 07:15
BOD's trying to apologise for France 2007 when he blamed Strings for the entire problems in Camp Eddie....

sparks
20th-December-2010, 05:51
Strings has to start in Toulon or else we will be slaughtered with TOL