Poll The Return of The Most Respected Prodigal Son

Should The Most Respected Poster Myles be welcomed back into the family

  • Yes of course

    Votes: 10 47.6%
  • Of course he should

    Votes: 2 9.5%
  • It is past time

    Votes: 1 4.8%
  • It has not been the same, so yes

    Votes: 3 14.3%
  • I need more time to consider before saying yes.

    Votes: 5 23.8%

  • Total voters
    21

Myles O'Reilly

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#13
I thank you Mr Moderator for your obviously genuine overtures.

The inspiration I got for this movement was from the Great Lockout of 1913. In that struggle the demands for fairness and justice were not immediately met but a seed of discontent was sown which would eventually lead to great change. What's happened here will go down in the annals of Political Irish.com as the Great Boycott of 2017.

I want to take this opportunity to stretch an outreached hand to my old comrades Tadgh Gaelach and the Potato Mystic and apologise for any intemperate language that may have been sent in their direction. A subject such as this can at times lead to a degree of overzealousness such are the passions it can invoke in honest men.

I hereby call an official end to the boycott and invite participants to resume posting at their earliest convenience.

Go raibh maith agat a chairde.




"The great only appear great because we are on our knees. Let us rise."
 
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I thank you Mr Moderator for your obviously genuine overtures.

The inspiration I got for this movement was from the Great Lockout of 1913. In that struggle the demands for fairness and justice were not immediately met but a seed of discontent was sown which would eventually lead to great change. What's happened here will go down in the annals of Political Irish.com as the Great Boycott of 2017.

I want to take this opportunity to stretch an outreached hand to my old comrades Tadgh Gaelach and the Potato Mystic and apologise for any intemperate language that may have been sent in their direction. A subject such as this can at times lead to a degree of overzealousness such are the passions it can invoke in honest men.

I hereby call an official end to the boycott and invite participants to resume posting as their earliest convenience.

Go raibh maith agat a chairde.




"The great only appear great because we are on our knees. Let us rise."
Good to see ya back Myles!
 

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I thank you Mr Moderator for your obviously genuine overtures.

The inspiration I got for this movement was from the Great Lockout of 1913. In that struggle the demands for fairness and justice were not immediately met but a seed of discontent was sown which would eventually lead to great change. What's happened here will go down in the annals of Political Irish.com as the Great Boycott of 2017.

I want to take this opportunity to stretch an outreached hand to my old comrades Tadgh Gaelach and the Potato Mystic and apologise for any intemperate language that may have been sent in their direction. A subject such as this can at times lead to a degree of overzealousness such are the passions it can invoke in honest men.

I hereby call an official end to the boycott and invite participants to resume posting as their earliest convenience.

Go raibh maith agat a chairde.




"The great only appear great because we are on our knees. Let us rise."

Thank God you're back Myles. We've been inundated with uncanny manifestations since you left.
 

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I thank you Mr Moderator for your obviously genuine overtures.

The inspiration I got for this movement was from the Great Lockout of 1913. In that struggle the demands for fairness and justice were not immediately met but a seed of discontent was sown which would eventually lead to great change. What's happened here will go down in the annals of Political Irish.com as the Great Boycott of 2017.

I want to take this opportunity to stretch an outreached hand to my old comrades Tadgh Gaelach and the Potato Mystic and apologise for any intemperate language that may have been sent in their direction. A subject such as this can at times lead to a degree of overzealousness such are the passions it can invoke in honest men.

I hereby call an official end to the boycott and invite participants to resume posting at their earliest convenience.

Go raibh maith agat a chairde.




"The great only appear great because we are on our knees. Let us rise."
A Wimp Out from the Slobber campaigning against Wimps.

Fukk of back into the Night you Tosser...
 
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I thank you Mr Moderator for your obviously genuine overtures.

The inspiration I got for this movement was from the Great Lockout of 1913. In that struggle the demands for fairness and justice were not immediately met but a seed of discontent was sown which would eventually lead to great change. What's happened here will go down in the annals of Political Irish.com as the Great Boycott of 2017.

I want to take this opportunity to stretch an outreached hand to my old comrades Tadgh Gaelach and the Potato Mystic and apologise for any intemperate language that may have been sent in their direction. A subject such as this can at times lead to a degree of overzealousness such are the passions it can invoke in honest men.

I hereby call an official end to the boycott and invite participants to resume posting at their earliest convenience.

Go raibh maith agat a chairde.




"The great only appear great because we are on our knees. Let us rise."
What an eloquent , passionate , brave and heartfelt statement from The Most Respected Poster, indeed inspirational as you most modestly point out. When the history of PI is written it will indeed be referred to as the rebirthing of freedom of expression on this forum. You stood as The Marshall of a virtual modern Citizens Army. A small but gallant band which stood against a great Empire of Evil. Possibly the greatest victory since Thermopylae




Or possible even The Alamo



The future is bright and glorious
 
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