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In Response To Nonsense- The Irish Rules Of Engagement

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Submitted by Seamus MacNemi (United States), Jun 17, 2007 at 14:46

You slap my face, I break your head. You blow up my house, I blow up your town. Proportional???---HELL NO! If a bloke hits you, hit him back "HARDER"! If he picks up a stick, pick up a bigger stick. If he throws a rock, throw a boulder. If he shoots at you with a gun, shoot at him with a cannon.

Collateral damage??? let the collaterals stay out of the way of my fists if they don't want to get hit.

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