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Your a silly silly boy and studying is spelt that way, NOT SUTYING. And i can tell by you inability to use Suntax that you are not british so it is none of your business . U2 are from the United Kingdom, but they are not experts in people like you. You don'e exist in the real….what happened he muct be a magician he just vanished. THATS HOW OU ATTACK SOMEONE IN ENGLISH, WHICH ISN'T EVEN YOUT FIRST LANGUAGE AAAAAWWWW. AND I WAS PERFORMING SUNDAY BLOODY SUNDAY WHEN YOU……shit gone ahan….oh well at least he's not from the UK and has Satan to "snuggle: up with, so liberating to know that boy an Satan love still exists! ANd hi to everyone else who thinks i'm nuts or i could just be a high functioning sociopath! Anyway love to you all who don't start picking on people in their private letters and then brought it to the forum, cowars the lot of them. And you can take it to the bank(if you speak correct english you'll know what that means) that someone who names themselves a gladiator is a fag, thin outer shell, with black sludge inside. K DO NOT WRITE TO ME AGAIN, YOU AND YOUR HORRIFFIC SPELLING AND THE FACT THAT YOU WERE BORN AFTER BLOODY SUNDAY SAY IT ALL. Your seeking attention and shall get it no more. No more little boy!!!!
You are full of rubbish, a full bin can that the garbage men through out. I don't think Sutyind music theory, opera singing and conduction, they only covered too.AA nd studying acting and cinematography with a minor in film thats another two. Theen one fore linguistics, and the sixth in physiotherapy. Mahes it 6 and none od that has shit to do with Northern Island. But i was there on bloody Sunday and i know if to…….poof, where did he go,,,…….oh well!
RadiationBoy, glossing over the idea of an Irish or gaelic nation predominent in academia nowadays and which you would have had to encounter if you had studied British history at a university level, I would like to point out the fact that had you been to a british university, you might have known that it is most certainly not written univercity, what from seeing it on every letterhead, newsletters or sprawled in big letters on the very buildings in which you studied. If, however, you did actually attend any form of higher education institution in the UK, it forces one to wonder how much you actually got away from that experience, given you failed to learn even the correct spelling of the word.
RadiationBoy, unless you studied humanities as relating to the British world, your university degrees are purely irrelevant when it comes to your opinion on the matter of the existence of an Irish nation. This is of course why I mentioned history, as it is the most pertinent discipline to understand the Irish identity. Shouldn't a high IQ lead you to make that fairly obvious connection on your own?