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Espn, Everton, and Irish: ONDAY 10 JULY 2017 PERFECTION FROM SPIRIT OF LIONS REAPER KILDAREMAYNOT REVIVED SERIES 離 RI EVEN BE ENOUGH PAUL CURRAN PAGES 60-61 SE LU READY FOR Sear new Conor McK THE Dublin are expecte confira Ger Cunnin ham's (inaet their senior hurling ma er in the co Cunning term finish in Thuries Champion 22-point de land chan too "shell ternplatel county be to bear fr within th and area will not s years of results a triker confident he canfil Zlatan position ri Marikham OMELU Lukaku is confident over the weekend, aßer polloe were calied to a at the maasion he had rented while on the coun new ter to be for e will have no problem r no problem re. tuak is determitned to peove he la worth lacing ZAatan Ibrahimovicas Who wowald say no to the biggst chub in the Manchester United's striker, vorsd lsaks The isan cgortunity that Tve wusted since I was achild, Sow it's teme to have to work far harder than heatan dil a wonderul Joh Lakaiau told har been spent were re 1B of th But he acknowledges he will did at Everton olcun imrmatinan work nte xher he on> than he wock harder than I ever did before Ldaku tod ESPN. "He was the main guy at Manchester return oen 蚀movic. I wilig up the striker position in my bimoxie Iill fil up the strker ponision in my to work really hard and pleted a medical ahesd of a 75illion move a but 1have winnin The Irish Herald used a picture of @stormzyofficial for their article about Lukaku... 🙈🙈🙈
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 new ter
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 Manchester United's striker, vorsd lsaks The isan cgortunity that
 Tve wusted since I was achild, Sow it's teme to
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 1B of th
 But he acknowledges he will
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 olcun imrmatinan work nte xher he on>
 than he
 wock harder than I ever did before
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 ESPN. "He was the main guy at Manchester
 return
 oen
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The Irish Herald used a picture of @stormzyofficial for their article about Lukaku... 🙈🙈🙈

The Irish Herald used a picture of @stormzyofficial for their article about Lukaku... 🙈🙈🙈

Dancing, Irish, and Memes: LOUIS TOMLINSON ON ONE DIRECTION'S HIATUS: IT WASN'T NECESSARILY A NICE CONVERSATION' NEWS It's been a year of huge, transformative — and at times, exceedingly painful — change for Louis Tomlinson. Now, Tomlinson's first major cover story since the 1D hiatus has dropped, and loads of real talk came with it regarding One Direction and how it's affected him as they rose to international superstardom before pressing the pause button in a big way. _ “[Niall Horan]'s the most lovely guy in the world,” he told The Guardian. “Happy-go-lucky Irish, no sense of arrogance. And he’s fearless. There are times I’ve thought: ‘I’d have a bit of that.’ Zayn, back in the day. He could relate to me on a nerves level. In the first year we were both the least confident. But Zayn has a fantastic voice and for him it was always about owning that. Liam always had a good stage presence, same as Harry, they’ve both got that ownership. Harry comes across very cool. Liam’s all about getting the crowd going, doing a bit of dancing ... And then there’s me.” _ Tomlinson is modest, as he's clearly got plenty to brag about — he's launched his own label and managed another band in addition to recording his solo stuff — but the One Direction situation is complicated, and he continued to unpack his role in the group and how that's shaped him as an artist. _ “It wasn’t necessarily a nice conversation. I could see where it was going,” he told The Guardian of the decision to go on hiatus. “If you’d asked me a year or 18 months ago, ‘Are you going to do anything as a solo artist?’ I’d have said absolutely not ... You know I didn’t sing a single solo on the X Factor ... A lot of people can take the piss out of that. But when you actually think about how that feels, standing on stage every single week, thinking: ‘What have I really done to contribute here? Sing a lower harmony that you can’t really hear in the mix? The kid wearing espadrilles, stood in’t back.”
Dancing, Irish, and Memes: LOUIS TOMLINSON ON ONE DIRECTION'S HIATUS:
 IT WASN'T NECESSARILY A NICE CONVERSATION'
 NEWS
It's been a year of huge, transformative — and at times, exceedingly painful — change for Louis Tomlinson. Now, Tomlinson's first major cover story since the 1D hiatus has dropped, and loads of real talk came with it regarding One Direction and how it's affected him as they rose to international superstardom before pressing the pause button in a big way. _ “[Niall Horan]'s the most lovely guy in the world,” he told The Guardian. “Happy-go-lucky Irish, no sense of arrogance. And he’s fearless. There are times I’ve thought: ‘I’d have a bit of that.’ Zayn, back in the day. He could relate to me on a nerves level. In the first year we were both the least confident. But Zayn has a fantastic voice and for him it was always about owning that. Liam always had a good stage presence, same as Harry, they’ve both got that ownership. Harry comes across very cool. Liam’s all about getting the crowd going, doing a bit of dancing ... And then there’s me.” _ Tomlinson is modest, as he's clearly got plenty to brag about — he's launched his own label and managed another band in addition to recording his solo stuff — but the One Direction situation is complicated, and he continued to unpack his role in the group and how that's shaped him as an artist. _ “It wasn’t necessarily a nice conversation. I could see where it was going,” he told The Guardian of the decision to go on hiatus. “If you’d asked me a year or 18 months ago, ‘Are you going to do anything as a solo artist?’ I’d have said absolutely not ... You know I didn’t sing a single solo on the X Factor ... A lot of people can take the piss out of that. But when you actually think about how that feels, standing on stage every single week, thinking: ‘What have I really done to contribute here? Sing a lower harmony that you can’t really hear in the mix? The kid wearing espadrilles, stood in’t back.”

It's been a year of huge, transformative — and at times, exceedingly painful — change for Louis Tomlinson. Now, Tomlinson's first major cove...

Birthday, Future, and Irish: "This will set off a spiral of conflict that will fuel the wars, conflict, terrorism and misery of future generations" Jeremy Corbyn, 2003 Saturday JEREMY CORBYN CSPAN 2 British House of Commons Happy birthday Jeremy 🎉 ------------ A perfect time for a brief history on the birth of (modern) terrorism in the UK from publicly available information for those with short memory or those who have no idea whatsoever: . • 12-17 August 1969 - Northern Ireland riots - British troops deployed 'to restore order' (& killed many unarmed civilians) • 9-10 August 1971 - Internment (imprisonment without trial) of 342 Irish. • 31 October 1971 - BT Tower bombing in the UK by the IRA and over 40 bombings followed until today (fighting for a united Ireland with Northern Ireland separate from the UK according to them) --------- • 2003 - Multi-National Force Invasion of Iraq (led by USA, UK, Australia, Spain & Poland) • 2004 - Madrid train bombing (Spain) • 2005 - 7-7 bombing in London (Followed by military support for 'the opposition' in the Syrian civil war (March 2011) & 9 more terrorist attacks across Europe since) -------- If any of this information is misleading then please let me know because my only objective is to side with the truth (and leads to further research) so as to promote peace of mind and unity amongst the readers instead of lies and fear - resulting in confusion and hate.
Birthday, Future, and Irish: "This will set off a spiral of conflict that
 will fuel the wars, conflict, terrorism and
 misery of future generations" Jeremy
 Corbyn, 2003
 Saturday
 JEREMY CORBYN
 CSPAN 2
 British House of Commons
Happy birthday Jeremy 🎉 ------------ A perfect time for a brief history on the birth of (modern) terrorism in the UK from publicly available information for those with short memory or those who have no idea whatsoever: . • 12-17 August 1969 - Northern Ireland riots - British troops deployed 'to restore order' (& killed many unarmed civilians) • 9-10 August 1971 - Internment (imprisonment without trial) of 342 Irish. • 31 October 1971 - BT Tower bombing in the UK by the IRA and over 40 bombings followed until today (fighting for a united Ireland with Northern Ireland separate from the UK according to them) --------- • 2003 - Multi-National Force Invasion of Iraq (led by USA, UK, Australia, Spain & Poland) • 2004 - Madrid train bombing (Spain) • 2005 - 7-7 bombing in London (Followed by military support for 'the opposition' in the Syrian civil war (March 2011) & 9 more terrorist attacks across Europe since) -------- If any of this information is misleading then please let me know because my only objective is to side with the truth (and leads to further research) so as to promote peace of mind and unity amongst the readers instead of lies and fear - resulting in confusion and hate.

Happy birthday Jeremy 🎉 ------------ A perfect time for a brief history on the birth of (modern) terrorism in the UK from publicly available...