#1
Is today. Any Irish folk out there? I was born in County Cork but have lived in Canada since I was 5.

Any thoughts on the rising, Republic(!), or general/historical discussion?
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#3
Michael Collins was a great film about that period. Ireland from 1916 - 1922 I always found to be a really interesting period as far as history goes. De Valera was a bit of a jerk who seemed to be a bit wishy washy with which side he was on or what treaty he chose to support.

You know the Easter uprising also sounds like a really Irish thing to do in terms of bringing down the British establishment / government by raiding the Post Office. Talk about your odd choices for a target.
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Michael Collins was a great film about that period. Ireland from 1916 - 1922 I always found to be a really interesting period as far as history goes. De Valera was a bit of a jerk who seemed to be a bit wishy washy with which side he was on or what treaty he chose to support.

You know the Easter uprising also sounds like a really Irish thing to do in terms of bringing down the British establishment / government by raiding the Post Office. Talk about your odd choices for a target.

Kind of like landing on an uninhabited Hawiiaan island and yelling "that'll teach you, you bastards" at Washington.

The city, not the state.
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the wicked flee when no man pursueth but the righteous are as bold as a lion