An Irishman Abroad: Wall Street Wankers

Submitted by: Student_Law 5 years ago in

The Irishman comments on OWS. Beyond NSFW-language. This is only safe for Irishmen.
There are 32 comments:
Male 371
does he remind anyone else of Peter Griffin`s dad?
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Male 135
He got a clue, AND a mouth to go with it.

Get this man into office
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Male 155
that was the single most polite "piss off" i`ve ever heard.
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Male 7,378
I wasn`t blaming you Student Law. Submitter just doing his duty. Just thought it sounded the same and went back for a re-listen and it seemed almost identical. The Irishman is good, it`s that lame-ass fame-seeking reporter I blame.

@ OldOllie, The banks would have never given out NINJA loans if credit default swaps weren`t worth more than paid mortgages. Greed was the cause of the meltdown. Bank greed.
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Male 2,384
hahaha, dratpooes!!!
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Male 1,010
@madest: i thought the exact same thing. The former Irsihman was good though, and it created a lot of fuzz. and you have to admit that he has a cool appearance and a great way of putting things. So based upon the former success I thought the second clip deserved a post here, at least. But it seems edited, for sure.
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Male 36
No one can swear like the Irish. No one.
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Male 1,216
@madest, Thanks for pointing that out.
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Male 1,737
Good stuff, nice to hear someone tell it like it is.
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Male 7,378
I got an issue with this video and that issue is: It was done before. This is a repeat of the same interviewer interviewing the same guy that was an internet sensation about a year ago. Nothing original was said and this just reeks of trying to relive unexpected internet fame that simply happens by chance.

This was the 1st interview. You won`t miss the similarities.
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Male 75
Ahh, God bless Limerick.
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Male 33
He`s doing us proud!
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Male 144
"Piss off sir, I`m goin` for a pint."
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Male 157
I heard England is doing well.
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Male 414
I learned some new dirty words!
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Male 12,138
"I don`t see what his problem is. Ireland is doing quite well... by comparison anyway."

Are you sh*tting me? As an Irishman (who also swears like a f*cking sailor), take it from me - the Irish economy if f*cked deep in the ass sans lube.

In other news, I know this guy - he owns the Old Triagle pub in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Good bloke.
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Male 10,440
Profanity does not diminish one`s credibility. Incoherence on the other hand, does. Luckily I understood what he said perfectly.

I don`t see what his problem is. Ireland is doing quite well... by comparison anyway.
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Male 559
He`s like the straight Irish version of Randall, the Honey Badger guy.
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Male 815
That was awesome...

Humorous that AvatarJohn is attempting to rewrite history though, you cannot hold `bama accountable for the deregulation that caused the crisis; that blame should be directed towards another administration.

I`m sure there are graphs or something to explain that in a manner you might understand, I`m just too lazy to look those up at the present.
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Male 184
Piss off im goin for a pint! Up the Irish!
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Male 371
*I want to hear him call the game on monday night football.
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Male 371
what was he talking about? I just liked his voice and hear him as a sportscaster.
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Male 6,737
dratpooe. :D
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Male 210
@avatarjohn- Former president George Bush pushed the American Dream Downpayment plan to use taxpayer money to give loans to those with low income interested in purchasing a home.



Stop the partisan B.S.
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Male 2,467
OldOllie, you`ve got to know that the truth will do you no good here!

I feel sorry to a point for people who got fell for this crap but only to a point. Each one was an adult who should have known better. You don`t just sign your name willy-nilly to a piece of paper saying your good for 1/4 million unless you`re damn sure you are.
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Male 1,059
Perfectly said, OldOllie. The whole thing was started by Jimmy Carter, put on hold by Reagan/Bush, then put into overdrive by Clinton with threats passed out to banks by the Janet Reno Justice Dept. Bush 43 tried to fix it in 2005 but was prevented by filibustering Democrats in Congress. Then it finally came to a head when Obama scuttled a fix in the fall of 2008 and helped force the bailouts onto all the banks whether they wanted it or not.

Question is, if you don`t believe that the Democrats want to destroy the U.S., what would they do differently if they DID want to? I can`t think of a thing -- it`s been a perfectly orchestrated cluster.
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Male 38,480

LOL! I haven`t heard the phrase "phuck shyte" in years!

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Male 51
"Piss off, sir, I`m going for a pint."

Best part of the entire video.
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Male 15,832
Pretty spot-on except he left out the part where the GOVERNMENT, led by Barney Frank and Chris Dodd, FORCED the banks through the Community Reinvestment Act to make all those sub-prime NINJA loans to unqualified borrowers, which the government-sponsored entities Fannie and Freddie were more than happy to buy, bundle, and resell to unsuspecting private investors as being safe, mortgage-backed government securities.

Driving all these new home buyers into the market caused a HUGE unsustainable bubble in housing prices which was doomed to burst from the start. When it did, the Democrats tried to shift all the blame to the investors who got stuck holding the worthless loans that the government created in the first place. This deception seems to have worked on this tool and, I suspect, on most of you as well.
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Male 45
Two towels and an 8!
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Male 4,594
Pure Poetry.
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Male 1,010
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