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Irish Banks? Who Knows What?

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Irish Banks!!! We've not really heard a lot about them have we??? At least not in the same way as we have heard about the English and Scottish Banks? Strange I think ..... considering what we all know! What I want to know after the Lisbon Treaty referendum which the Irish to their honour rejected is where the Irish Banks stand politically concerning the Lisbon Treaty and how they stand financially - I'm talking BOI, AIB, et al...............................

Do you know were they patriots or other???? Long live the Irish Patriots!!! and thats a big thing coming form a Northern Patriot..... maybe not so much separates us at all................ Maybe Liberty beats in all our hearts!!!!!

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judging by the time stamp of the post I'd say you've been out on the lash...or you live somewhere else in the world rock.gif

well in :D

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