Does whiskey go off after its been open for a bit?


#885

I don’t remember.


#886

That’s a good sign


#887

True enough.I remember the local crowd gave us a hard time,the people involved in the club were sound,but I was on in the second half and the brother was fighting in the first so I went in togged out and stood at the back roaring him on,as you do when these wee cunts came over giving me shit(freestater taig fenian etc)And I look over and there’s about 20 older cunts staring me down seeing if I’ll do something.I did something alright about 20 mins later to their hero in the ring.I got a standing ovation on the way out of the ring.


#888

That’s class. It’s not a bad part of the country really.


#889

:smile:


#890

Some nice farms around there.Well kept.Ill say that for Ivor/Stanley they keep their farms tidy.


#891

That’s what I was thinking, hard working etc. Great land…dry and mild.
The country orange men have some sort of values. The city ones tend to be a bit more complicated.


#892

Most of our crowd have no idea how to farm.Theyre farms are usually a disgrace.


#893

So what are you drinking you sullen truculant


#894

Maybe a few more grants


#895

They’ll piss them up on a wall.


#896

No grants here now anyway. Time was you got 50% grants for reseeding, concrete, drains, hedges, machinery etc. And that’s when there was a few quid in farming. No wonder we’re all on the whiskey.


#897

True dat.


#898

Fair paly Massey, never guessed you were a traveller.


#899

I’ve been to Oz the States


#900

Have you lost the land?


#901

No.


#902

@Massey 's worth millions.


#903

Good to hear.


#904

Bulleit rye, one cube of ice, bliss.