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by Séasán Ó Riabhaigh
Mon May 06, 2013 8:40 pm
Forum: Atheism, Philosophy and Religion
Topic: CARDINAL SEAN BRADY
Replies: 17
Views: 10741

Re: CARDINAL SEAN BRADY

Even in death,Smyth was being protected by the church-his funeral being in the darkness of the early hours,and him being buried in concrete.I first thought that was by way of punishment for his sins.But as it turned out,the idea of the concrete was so that nobody could dig him up and tear his rancid...
by Séasán Ó Riabhaigh
Sun May 05, 2013 7:29 pm
Forum: Recommend Atheist Books, Films and DVDs
Topic: "The Exorcism Of Emily Rose"
Replies: 0
Views: 5487

"The Exorcism Of Emily Rose"

(I know this is not exactly about Atheism,but there are characters with Atheist views) I think this film,which is based on "true events",should have made believers question their god more than any of the other "God v Satan" themed films,some of which were also based on "true events". Especially a pa...
by Séasán Ó Riabhaigh
Sun May 05, 2013 5:56 pm
Forum: Recommend Atheist Books, Films and DVDs
Topic: The Magdalene Sisters
Replies: 7
Views: 4566

Re: The Magdalene Sisters

Being aware of the pure undoubted evil of these people-and having watched films like The Magdalene Sisters,Song For A Raggy Boy and Our Boys,if any of those priests,nuns,sisters,brothers or whatever they call themselves were still alive(which is unlikely),I think I'd slowly torture them to death.
by Séasán Ó Riabhaigh
Fri May 03, 2013 4:37 pm
Forum: Off Topic, everything else.
Topic: Spike Milligan
Replies: 2
Views: 3159

Re: Spike Milligan

I read somewhere that the reason the epitaph was written as Gaeilge was because family members couldn't agree on it-they knew that he wanted "I told ye I was sick" written on his grave,but family members,and the church i think also,believed that this was in bad taste.So they agreed to have it writte...
by Séasán Ó Riabhaigh
Wed May 01, 2013 8:42 pm
Forum: Rules and Guidelines
Topic: Grúpaí Aindiachaithe le Gaeilge
Replies: 23
Views: 15609

Re: Grúpaí Aindiachaithe le Gaeilge

Haigh! Taim chun alt a scríobh air seo. Tríd is tríd seachnaíonn daoine gan chreideamh osnádúrtha Dia dhuit, ach sleamhnaíonn corr 'le cúnamh dé' agamsa fiú. Tá 'Móra duit' ann cineál '~Greetings' 'Sé do bheatha' chomh maith. 'Conas atá?' agus 'Aon Scéal?' ríchoitianta. I am currently working on an...
by Séasán Ó Riabhaigh
Wed May 01, 2013 8:16 pm
Forum: Rules and Guidelines
Topic: Grúpaí Aindiachaithe le Gaeilge
Replies: 23
Views: 15609

Re: Grúpaí Aindiachaithe le Gaeilge

Dia dhuit is quite formal, the likes of conas atá tú is more common in practice (even though that means how are you rather than hello), in the Gaeltacht it's also common to hear people just say hi (I've seen it spelt 'haigh' on some occassions). On the whole I wouldn't be too concerned with the god...
by Séasán Ó Riabhaigh
Mon Apr 29, 2013 11:28 pm
Forum: Rules and Guidelines
Topic: Grúpaí Aindiachaithe le Gaeilge
Replies: 23
Views: 15609

Re: Grúpaí Aindiachaithe le Gaeilge

Conas atá sibh go léir.Is Aindiachaí mise,is breá liom an teanga Gaeilge agus é a bheith á labhairt chomh minic agus is féidir.Ach tá ceist agam.... How are ye all.I am an Atheist,I love the Irish language and I love to speak it as often as possible.But I do have a question..... This is unrelated to...