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Replying To jonjon:  "I've never said there wasn't a mix? In fact I clearly stated pages back that it isn't an exact science.

If there is such free mixing of fans then why on earth are all the Mayo fans up in the corner on the curve?

It didn't look anything like that for the 2013 match, and doesn't look anything like that for any of the hurling finals."
You've said there was an active separation of supporters when it is clearly not.

Now you're saying there is a mix.

All the Mayo fans are not on the curve like you claim above, at the same contradicting yourself as you also say in the same above post that you never said there wasn't a mix.

Some Mayo fans are behind the goal. Some Dubs are on the curve too as is clear.

So there is clearly no active separation of fans.

You were telling a lie when you said that they separate fans on the hill.

MesAmis (Dublin) - Posts: 12723 - 17/09/2019 21:14:59    2236845

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Replying To MesAmis:  "You've said there was an active separation of supporters when it is clearly not.

Now you're saying there is a mix.

All the Mayo fans are not on the curve like you claim above, at the same contradicting yourself as you also say in the same above post that you never said there wasn't a mix.

Some Mayo fans are behind the goal. Some Dubs are on the curve too as is clear.

So there is clearly no active separation of fans.

You were telling a lie when you said that they separate fans on the hill."
But sure it's impossible to segregate fans on the Hill. That steward was talking nonsense. Fans of each county tend to gravitate towards each other. I am not mistaken there was a campaign among mayo supporters to congregate together to form a coherent bloc of supporters on the Hill. I never, ever saw any trouble between Mayo and Dublin supporters on the Hill.

avonali (Dublin) - Posts: 1210 - 17/09/2019 21:30:47    2236856

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Replying To avonali:  "apologies...threw things at Dublin fans."
You think you'd be off enjoying the 5 in a row rather than policing the internet! Yerra I wasn't mad at all, just tired and forgot to change accounts. Multiple accounts is great craic to wind up idiots like you.

Defaulter1831 (Kilkenny) - Posts: 40 - 17/09/2019 21:44:34    2236864

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Replying To MesAmis:  "You've said there was an active separation of supporters when it is clearly not.

Now you're saying there is a mix.

All the Mayo fans are not on the curve like you claim above, at the same contradicting yourself as you also say in the same above post that you never said there wasn't a mix.

Some Mayo fans are behind the goal. Some Dubs are on the curve too as is clear.

So there is clearly no active separation of fans.

You were telling a lie when you said that they separate fans on the hill."
So instead of addressing the point of my post (again) you decide to attack the use of the word "all". Okay, I take that back and change it to "most of". Now go back and address the point.

jonjon (Mayo) - Posts: 47 - 17/09/2019 22:00:09    2236869

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Replying To avonali:  "But sure it's impossible to segregate fans on the Hill. That steward was talking nonsense. Fans of each county tend to gravitate towards each other. I am not mistaken there was a campaign among mayo supporters to congregate together to form a coherent bloc of supporters on the Hill. I never, ever saw any trouble between Mayo and Dublin supporters on the Hill."
That was in 2016.

jonjon (Mayo) - Posts: 47 - 17/09/2019 22:02:00    2236870

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To quote that wee girl in the movie "Let it go! Let it GOOOOOOOO!"

festinog (Galway) - Posts: 2748 - 17/09/2019 22:22:41    2236888

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Replying To jonjon:  "So instead of addressing the point of my post (again) you decide to attack the use of the word "all". Okay, I take that back and change it to "most of". Now go back and address the point."
I've already addressed your lie.

It's clear as day that there was no segregation on the Hill at any time. That can be clearly seen in all footage from the matches.

Mayo and Dublin fans can clearly be seen standing side by side enjoying the match. Just like Dublin and Kerry fans were at the 2 finals this year and Dublin and Tyrone fans last year.

Your point is a lie, it's clear that fans were mixed together and that there was no separation.

You still haven't explained the logistics behind your phantom separation but we all know why you haven't done that, because it never happened and your just continuing to tell your lie.

MesAmis (Dublin) - Posts: 12723 - 17/09/2019 23:31:24    2236914

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Replying To MesAmis:  "I've already addressed your lie.

It's clear as day that there was no segregation on the Hill at any time. That can be clearly seen in all footage from the matches.

Mayo and Dublin fans can clearly be seen standing side by side enjoying the match. Just like Dublin and Kerry fans were at the 2 finals this year and Dublin and Tyrone fans last year.

Your point is a lie, it's clear that fans were mixed together and that there was no separation.

You still haven't explained the logistics behind your phantom separation but we all know why you haven't done that, because it never happened and your just continuing to tell your lie."
I've literally explained everything in your post already, you'd make some politician.

You have yet to explain the difference between the crowd in 13 vs the crowd in 17

jonjon (Mayo) - Posts: 47 - 18/09/2019 10:50:47    2236995

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Replying To jonjon:  "I've literally explained everything in your post already, you'd make some politician.

You have yet to explain the difference between the crowd in 13 vs the crowd in 17"
You've explained nothing.

What are the logistics involved in this phantom separation? How did the GAA ensure that all Mayo people ended up in the Mayo section? (Even though we know that all Mayo people weren't all in the same section but I'm trying to play along with your lie as best I can).

The minor final is probably the reason there was a little more of a mix in 13 as Mayo people arrived in earlier and there were more of them in the Dubs' usual spots, no drama about that we all had a good day.

Your ravings about segregation and separation are very bizarre seeing as we can all see from all the footage of the games in 2013, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 that there was clearly and obviously Dubs and oppositions fans all standing together.

It is bizarre how you keep telling your lie. I thought for awhile you must be just a troll or a wum to keep telling your lie in spite of the fact it was so obviously a lie but now I'm not so sure. I think you might actually believe yourself because you've told your lie so much that it has become the truth to you. In anyways best of luck with your continued lies and hope you get whatever enjoyment that from those lies that you're looking for.

MesAmis (Dublin) - Posts: 12723 - 18/09/2019 12:30:49    2237064

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Replying To Jackeen:  "Also important to note the timing of his posts and post count and that all of his posts are about Dublin. WUM."
What a surprise. Going on about people's post count again you don't agree with something.

How come you never say anything about people from other counties with low post counts who you agree with? Like a curtain "Kildare" poster?

oneoff (UK) - Posts: 164 - 18/09/2019 12:33:46    2237066

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