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    • #710377
      lonkey
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      did ever wonder what the bankers did with the money,i found out, they painted a beutifull redbrick buildings with scaby paint,this is permenant t,s b in youghal,its liking to painting the gpo green,the bank manger should be a shame of himself ,what idiot gave this the go ahead and the waste of customers money in the process ie scaffolding ,labour ,paint:mad:who the fxxk educates these guys

    • #805988
      Anonymous
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      Jesus, that’s pretty rough. 😮

    • #805989
      Anonymous
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      Any before shots?

    • #805990
      Anonymous
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      who the fxxk educates these guys

      Lonkey: Ahem … people in glass houses… Were you excused spelling, punctuation and grammar at school?

    • #805991
      Anonymous
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      many be not .but i do have the brains not to go around destroying buildings with shit paint jobs.at least my grammer can be corrected by a stroke of the key board.not by the stroke of the customers cash which paid for it .so dont try and get of the subject with your smart arse replys ,[ahem] clear your throat some were else,

      and by the way look it up in the dictionary,

      fxxk [To act wastefully or foolishly].

    • #805992
      Anonymous
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      Nerves, hit, raw?

    • #805993
      Anonymous
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      @johnglas wrote:

      Nerves, hit, raw?

      now thats very bad grammer

    • #805994
      Anonymous
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      No, it’s ‘stream of consciousness’ irony and wasn’t intended as a sentence at all.

    • #805995
      Anonymous
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      Is there not some unwritten rule (or maybe written somewhere) not to bog down threads with criticism of spelling & grammer ?

    • #805996
      Anonymous
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      Well, I guess it’s an unwritten rule of the internet in general. At least, if I held the internet to the standards I expect of myself and others in professional correspondence, I’d probably never get out of bed for the burden of frustration.

      Then again, I find it hard to fault anyone who fights the good fight. (Up to a point…)

    • #805997
      Anonymous
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      @Rusty Cogs wrote:

      Is there not some unwritten rule (or maybe written somewhere) not to bog down threads with criticism of spelling & grammer ?

      do you mind if I bog it down further by correcting your spelling of “grammar”?

    • #805998
      Anonymous
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      LOL

      Painted in the TSB logo colours.

      That looks so tawdry and tacky. It’s like a circus big top. (Clowns inside.)

      I’d withdraw my money if I’d had an account with them there.

    • #805999
      Anonymous
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      @wearnicehats wrote:

      do you mind if I bog it down further by correcting your spelling of “grammar”?

      No, not at all. I think it keeps the debate both lively and informative. You should really start your sentence with a capital letter though. What fun we’re having.

    • #806000
      Anonymous
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      Everybody: I don’t want to bog it down with issues of g&p either (after all, one of the strengths of English is its relatively lax ‘rules’ and its flexibility), but I couldn’t resist having a (mild) poke at lonkey after he criticised someone else’s lack of education. There are some posts where a lack of any g&p gets in the way of undersatnding and it is generally just an insult to other posters if you can’t be bothered proofreading your own post.
      For the record, I hate the lurid technicolor of the paint-job, but doubt it has much to do with the banks’ having too much money; more like not enough taste.

    • #806001
      Anonymous
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      @johnglas wrote:

      Everybody: I don’t want to bog it down with issues of g&p either (after all, one of the strengths of English is its relatively lax ‘rules’ and its flexibility), but I couldn’t resist having a (mild) poke at lonkey after he criticised someone else’s lack of education. There are some posts where a lack of any g&p gets in the way of undersatnding and it is generally just an insult to other posters if you can’t be bothered proofreading your own post.
      For the record, I hate the lurid technicolor of the paint-job, but doubt it has much to do with the banks’ having too much money; more like not enough taste.

      to me they have enough of money to go out destroy a building this nature,do you know how much it would cost to put it back right, i do,
      and i do notice you go around knocking other threads with your high fluting words ,you should go off and get yourself job and come out and live the real world instead of hidding behind your computer,phd what a waste i would say your parents are proud of you.and dont reply because i wont be replying back to ye THREAD WRECKER

    • #806002
      Anonymous
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      @lonkey wrote:

      did ever wonder what the bankers did with the money,i found out, they painted a beutifull redbrick buildings with scaby paint,this is permenant t,s b in youghal,its liking to painting the gpo green,the bank manger should be a shame of himself ,what idiot gave this the go ahead and the waste of customers money in the process ie scaffolding ,labour ,paint:mad:who the fxxk educates these guys

      thanks to all the lads that gave constructive critism

    • #806003
      Anonymous
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      @lonkey wrote:

      to me they have enough of money to go out destroy a building this nature,do you know how much it would cost to put it back right, i do,
      and i do notice you go around knocking other threads with your high fluting words ,you should go off and get yourself job and come out and live the real world instead of hidding behind your computer,phd what a waste i would say your parents are proud of you.and dont reply because i wont be replying back to ye THREAD WRECKER

      lonkey- if johnglas replies, will you reconsider your position? I’d hate to think we’d heard the last from you on this subject.

      Agreed on the terrible paint job, by the way.

    • #806004
      Anonymous
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      In all fairness though, that is a bloody disgrace.

    • #806005
      Anonymous
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      lonkey, I completely agree that they made a mess of the bank. I also understand how annoying it can be to be picked up on small things like grammar when bigger issues are at stake, and the initial comment was perhaps unnecessary, but your confrontational and frankly aggressive stance against someone who essentially agrees with you is not helping your case. When did decent grammar become the exclusive preserve of the PhD class? It probably wouldn’t kill any of us to proof read what we write.

    • #806006
      Anonymous
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      @spoil_sport wrote:

      lonkey, I completely agree that they made a mess of the bank. I also understand how annoying it can be to be picked up on small things like grammar when bigger issues are at stake, and the initial comment was perhaps unnecessary, but your confrontational and frankly aggressive stance against someone who essentially agrees with you is not helping your case. When did decent grammar become the exclusive preserve of the PhD class? It probably wouldn’t kill any of us to proof read what we write.

      okay i was a bit over the top,so i will apologise johnglas,but all i am sayng the bank is a disgrace,and i dint need to be picked up on nitty gritty things on the thread,so i offer you my humble apologises

    • #806007
      Anonymous
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      You do have to admire the local bank manager . . . for resourcefulness, and for thinking outside the box . . . and all that!

    • #806008
      Anonymous
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      lonkey: truce; let’s all stick to the architectural criticism. I can’t help my style (and I think language is there to be used) and I can think of worse solitary pursuits than contributing to these threads!

    • #806009
      Anonymous
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      Worse?

      Agreed you have to hold a certain secret admiration for the ingenuity of the individual responsible! But yes, it’s hideous – oddly the revolting purpley navy more so than the orange. A building of that quality ought to be protected, in which case there is a process under which this development can be ‘reviewed’.

      If it’s any consolation, at least it looks ‘well maintained’ in typical banky fashion.

    • #806010
      Anonymous
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      @johnglas wrote:

      lonkey: truce; let’s all stick to the architectural criticism. I can’t help my style (and I think language is there to be used) and I can think of worse solitary pursuits than contributing to these threads!

      your on john cheers,:)

    • #806011
      Anonymous
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      along with the bankers, an amusing aside, what did the government do with the money.,
      Readers might like to ponder the following address of a decentralised state agency:

      The Land Registry,
      Kerry Section,
      Cork Road,
      Waterford..

    • #806012
      Anonymous
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      An amusing aside, what did the government do with all the money readers might like to ponder the following address of a decentralised state agency:
      The Land Registry,
      Kerry Section,
      Cork Road,
      Waterford..

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