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    I will happily pay for this minor sized wall.
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    Mr. Trump, How tall do you think the wall should be? and what should the wall be made of?
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    (Original post by wolfmoon88)
    Mr. Trump, How tall do you think the wall should be? and what should the wall be made of?
    10ft of the wall will be underground and 14ft above the surface The wall will be 12 inch thick. The wall will contain the latest censors / cameras to detect trespassers as well as barbed wiring on top. The wall will be made of Cement and coated in steel plating with a watchtower every 1000 meters.
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    10ft of the wall will be underground and 14ft above the surface The wall will be 12 inch thick. The wall will contain the latest censors / cameras to detect trespassers as well as barbed wiring on top. The wall will be made of Cement and coated in steel plating with a watchtower every 1000 meters.
    Where would the steel be made, Mr. Trump? and what vested interest do you have in helping build this wall on the NI and Ireland border? How would this wall be beneficial for the American People?
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    (Original post by wolfmoon88)
    Where would the steel be made, Mr. Trump? and what vested interest do you have in helping build this wall on the NI and Ireland border? How would this wall be beneficial for the American People?
    The Steel would me made in America. We will have such a high flow of the stuff it can sell real cheap. Believe me.

    America has had a large influence of people from Ireland in the past and we understand they are a real problem to our nation. The wall will prevent the spread of the Irish and their IRA in to Europe.
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    This is so stupid....
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    (Original post by President Elect)
    The Steel would me made in America. We will have such a high flow of the stuff it can sell real cheap. Believe me.

    America has had a large influence of people from Ireland in the past and we understand they are a real problem to our nation. The wall will prevent the spread of the Irish and their IRA in to Europe.
    Where do you think these factories should be established in the United States?

    If your primary goal is to prevent the spread of the Irish and their IRA into Europe, wouldn't building a wall on the Ross Europort (google this) be more beneficial rather than building it on the Northern Irish and Irish Border?
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    (Original post by wolfmoon88)
    Where do you think these factories should be established in the United States?

    If your primary goal is to prevent the spread of the Irish and their IRA into Europe, wouldn't building a wall on the Ross Europort (google this) be more beneficial rather than building it on the Northern Irish and Irish Border?
    Most the factories will be located on the Rustbelt as I want to bring back jobs and opportunity to this part of the US.

    Ireland is connected with Northern Ireland making it far easier to build an influence there rather than in mainland Europe. The solution for ports is to strip them of there supplies or for me to buy out the whole company and close it down. Believe me I could do this.
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    Make Northern Ireland great again!
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    (Original post by L i b)
    Make Northern Ireland great again!
    Ulster Says No

    (when has Ulster ever said anything else)

    Let Erin Remember

    (when has Erin ever forgotten)
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    (Original post by President Elect)
    The wall will contain the latest censors
    Is the wall U, PG, 12A or 18?
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    (Original post by jneill)
    Is the wall U, PG, 12A or 18?
    These are the latest censors

    http://www.chch.ox.ac.uk/current-stu...-tutors-office
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    If you want to create a load of explody Irish terrorists then sure, go ahead.
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    Is Ireland gonna pay for it?
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    (Original post by Harold98)
    Is Ireland gonna pay for it?
    Don't be stupid. Mexico is going to pay for it.
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    In related news: McGuinness has resigned.

    #CashForAsh
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    (Original post by jneill)
    In related news: McGuinness has resigned.

    #CashForAsh
    Already have my N.I election goggles on. It has to be a cracker, it can't let me down. It's brilliant as well, because next week I am due to start my Northern and Southern Irish politics module :rofl:
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    (Original post by jneill)
    In related news: McGuinness has resigned.

    #CashForAsh
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    Already have my N.I election goggles on. It has to be a cracker, it can't let me down. It's brilliant as well, because next week I am due to start my Northern and Southern Irish politics module :rofl:
    Actually pretty excited although idk what this is even about.

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    (Original post by wolfmoon88)
    Actually pretty excited although idk what this is even about.

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    Neither do I really! That's the problem being NornIrish but living on the mainland.

    Airmed, heck I don't even like tayto crisps any more. (Too salty.)
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    (Original post by wolfmoon88)
    Actually pretty excited although idk what this is even about.

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    Martin has said bye bye because Arlene Foster, the First Minister, is refusing to stand down even temporarily while an investigation into the cash for ash (green heating scheme) scandal takes place.
 
 
 
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