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52 minutes ago, Black neck said:

Spuds went wrong weren't it

I'd imagine we grew more than spuds back then  but needless to say  the English were invading another country and couldn't feed there army so what did they do, created a  genocide in Ireland to feed their own, potato crops may have failed but not the grain crops and every other source of food. 

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1 minute ago, Rickshaw swami said:

It's springtime in Dixie.That means coons are up in the den trees so I go for beaver.I checked 2 sets caught one from each set.Bolted 10 more but you only catch one from each set generally.

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There was 7 here got one 

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Next set had 5 caught one 

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I love a nice wet beaver 

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5 minutes ago, fat man said:

I'd imagine we grew more than spuds back then  but needless to say  the English were invading another country and couldn't feed there army so what did they do, created a  genocide in Ireland to feed their own, potato crops may have failed but not the grain crops and every other source of food. 

c**ts them 

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On 27/02/2020 at 20:16, Accip74 said:

Surely many dogs did survive the famine though?

We could only eat Catholic dogs the Priest told us,so only Protestant dogs left in Ireland after the famine.When it was all over we dognapped the Prod dogs and forced them to learn the Angelus and converted them.

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Tried for beaver but got a muskrat today.

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It is a tight fit in a muskrat tube.This bitch finished her first season today.She has had roughly 20 digs to coon possum beaver and now muskrat.I try to end a terriers first season with them feeling like King of the world.Next season she will be properly tested on otter.

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10 hours ago, liamdelaney said:

We could only eat Catholic dogs the Priest told us,so only Protestant dogs left in Ireland after the famine.When it was all over we dognapped the Prod dogs and forced them to learn the Angelus and converted them.

😂 All joking aside I thought it was an interesting point that enough Irish dogs must of survived the famine, the origins of which would of become or already had been some of your most recognisable types & breeds. 

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2 hours ago, Accip74 said:

😂 All joking aside I thought it was an interesting point that enough Irish dogs must of survived the famine, the origins of which would of become or already had been some of your most recognisable types & breeds. 

I have often thought about this as Irish history has been a passion of mine,as said the monument in Dublin is bs as the dog would have been eating long before he got to the boat,there was even reports of Cannibalism,so under these circumstances Lassie would not stand a chance.In theory every dog in Ireland should have been eaten,but this does not seem to have been the case.Just to add the working class English were treated not much better better than the Irish and were often hungry while his Lordship had an abundance of game and wealth,we were all looked on as shit by the English aristocracy.The English showed what they thought of there own working class when they baton charged World War One vets as they marched for better conditions and work.

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1 hour ago, liamdelaney said:

I have often thought about this as Irish history has been a passion of mine,as said the monument in Dublin is bs as the dog would have been eating long before he got to the boat,there was even reports of Cannibalism,so under these circumstances Lassie would not stand a chance.In theory every dog in Ireland should have been eaten,but this does not seem to have been the case.Just to add the working class English were treated not much better better than the Irish and were often hungry while his Lordship had an abundance of game and wealth,we were all looked on as shit by the English aristocracy.The English showed what they thought of there own working class when they baton charged World War One vets as they marched for better conditions and work.

Would they have been taken over by planters I wonder Liam (Scots- Irish/Ulster Scots/ hillbillies or whatever ).They cleared the Scottish highlands of people a few years before.( Needed them and us for their colonial ambitions)

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