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Old 04-21-2009, 10:35 PM   #31
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Old 07-08-2009, 08:47 PM   #32
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'Outline' of Bono appears on tree

Local radio is reporting that residents in the west Limerick town of Rathkeale say an “outline” of Bono has allegedly appeared on a tree in church grounds in the town.

The report says a number of people “noticed the outline of the Holy One in a tree cut down as part of a cleanup operation at a church” on Monday.

Live95FM says a large crowd had gathered at St. Mary’s church Monday night with a “steady flow of people today as the news spreads”.

A chairman of the local community council told local radio in an interview, “Certainly there was a figure of a rock singer, it was eerie looking i’ll be honest with you”, “It’s hard to describe it really; you’d nearly want to see it”.


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Locals in the area have now signed a petition preventing the removal of the tree from the grounds of the church with some saying it’s a ‘divine intervention’.

It comes as a local priest calls for restraint.“There’s nothing there, it’s just a godamn tree. People shouldn’t be worshipping a tree. I mean, for feck's sakes. Be off with ye, heathens is all ye are”, Fr Willie O'Brien said.

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Almost 2,000 people in Rathkeale have now signed a petition to keep the tree stump as a permanent fixture where it stands on church grounds.
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Old 07-08-2009, 09:23 PM   #33
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Old 07-09-2009, 01:50 AM   #35
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I think I just did a U2 '360' in my living room, at this auspicious news (that is, if it can be trusted).

Any word on whether the Rev. Al Sharpton will be coming to investigate the matter?
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I just got back from the crowd. One eyewitness was quoted as saying, "I'm gonna uproot that there tree, I wanna know where da gold at. I want da gold. Gimme da gold. I want da gold."

Another said, "To me it look like Bono, all you gotta do is look at da tree." He then turned to the crowd and said, "How many of y'all seen the Bono, say 'YEAH!'" This garnered a response of dozens of "YEAH!" shouts.
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Aidan: I'm interested in this documentary evidence of yours, which suggests Irish people have a rudimentary (at best) grasp of the English language.
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What do you think of de U2, Aidan O'Leary? Dem U2 fellehs, what's your take on dem yerself?
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Aidan: I'm interested in this documentary evidence of yours, which suggests Irish people have a rudimentary (at best) grasp of the English language.
I'll keep you in the loop. I'm thinking they could be a good subject group for a type of controlled experiment in the future, something possibly involving the spread of a virus. Are you familiar with any?
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What do you think of de U2, Aidan O'Leary? Dem U2 fellehs, what's your take on dem yerself?
My take is that if Bono's outline has a pot of gold, he better hand that shit over.

I also enjoy the biceps of that drummer. He's damn good.
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It comes as a local priest calls for restraint.“There’s nothing there, it’s just a godamn tree. People shouldn’t be worshipping a tree. I mean, for feck's sakes. Be off with ye, heathens is all ye are”, Fr Willie O'Brien said.

I have visuals of Fr Darragh (my Irish priest) saying this.

this is quality.
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Bono accepts bribe from Croke Park residents to stop singing after 3 day continuous singathon.
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Turnover expected to increase 40 per cent in new fiscal year or 'U2 will undergo radical personnel changes': McGuinness

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