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Aine 07-06-2000 05:04 PM

Russian/Irish U2ers
 
Searching for Russian and Irish U2 fans.
I'm a girl from St.Peter's,24 of age.

MrBTH 07-10-2000 04:53 PM

Hi Aine! Brian here and I'm from Ireland though I'm at college in Dundee, Scotland right now. So are you Irish or Russian??

Aine 07-11-2000 04:57 PM

Hi Brian,nice to meet you. I'm Russian with
an Irish name.

zoomerang II 07-18-2000 10:45 AM

I am Australain but of N. Irish decent - don't know if that counts! I have been a massive u2 fan since i was 12. I have been to St. Petersberg and I loved it - i'm going back in September.

Aine 07-19-2000 06:13 AM

Zoomerang,
Of course that counts,and I like your name
very much : it reminds of U2 and Australia
at the same time.
I've become a U2 fan only since I entered the
University,but I hope to make up for lost time.
So you've been to St.Peter's! What were you
doing here?


zoomerang II 07-20-2000 03:06 AM

(My actual name is michael). when I left australia to come to europe in 1997 (im still here), i travelled overland a spent a month in Russia. St Petes was my favourite! What are you studying?

Aine 07-20-2000 03:16 PM

Hi Michael,
I'm a postgraduate and I'm studying Russian medieval history,but I've written my diploma
paper on Irish culture.
Anyhow, at the moment I enjoy driving (as I have my driving test in September...)and horse-riding,and just can't wait to hear U2's new album,too.
What about you and what country are you in,
if that's not a secret ?


zoomerang II 07-21-2000 03:59 AM

I live just out of London.
Maybe you could email me at zoomerangII@hotmail.com

[This message has been edited by zoomerang II (edited 02-11-2002).]

Aine 07-23-2000 04:21 AM

O.K.
But still,are there any Russian people out there ???

MrBTH 07-23-2000 07:42 PM

Hi Aine! Sorry I'm not russian, but... So you are into Irish culture?? How did that happen, if you don't mind me asking!!? I don't know if you have heard much Irish Traditional music, but I am heavily into it - it runs in the blood. I was just singing in a competition there today, (old style traditional unaccompanied singing) which was pretty nerve wracking. I'm 21 (today!) and studying Architecture in Dundee, Scotland although I'm on a bit of a holiday right now back in Tyrone. BTW ZoomerangII, do you know where your decendants come from in NI?? Where in London are you staying?? Have you been over to this part of the world and if so what do you think?? I'd love to go to both your parts of the world... St. Petersburg looks amazing, from an architectural POV at least and Australia, well, it just seems to be so cool. If only I had money, I'd be over like a shot!
Anyjow, enough of my rambling... Tell me more!

zoomerang II 07-26-2000 02:14 AM

Happy Birthday!

My maternal grandmother is from near Moira, Co Down and the Ausie irish connection on my dads side hale from Dublin (they called me Mickey Joe Butler in Tipperary - although I don't know what that means?)

As for Northern Ireland, I have been there maybe a dozen times , and I can honestly say that I adore the place and everyone I have met (even the unplanned vehicular encounter with the armoured car in Christmas Day... oh well we wont go into that!).

When I have listened to the boys driving around Ulster, even in the middle of winter, well, it almost feels like part of me calls it home...


Aine 07-27-2000 06:24 AM

HAPPY BIRTHDAY BRIAN !
Going to be back soon with answers to your
questions.

Aine 07-31-2000 03:23 PM

Hi Brian!
To cut a long story short,it was just like
falling in Love at first sight.
If you're studying architecture,it's an absolute MUST for you to come to St.Peter's,
and take care of your voice because I'm going
to listen to you - I love Irish Traditional
music with all my heart!
Unaccompanied singing - is it what's called
"sean nos"?



Aine 07-31-2000 03:24 PM

Hi Brian!
To cut a long story short,it was just like
falling in Love at first sight.
If you're studying architecture,it's an absolute MUST for you to come to St.Peter's,
and take care of your voice because I'm going
to listen to you - I love Irish Traditional
music with all my heart!
Unaccompanied singing - is it what's called
"sean nos"?



Aine 07-31-2000 03:31 PM

P.S. My computer went crazy and as a result
there're 2 posts instead of one,but better
more than nothing,isn't it?


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