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Mar 11th 2011 10:01PM I have had the good fortune to tip a pint at all of these storied pubs. Mulligan's is professed to have the best pint of the black in Dublin and that rumor may be fact. Although, the pub is very old and not a fancy place by modern standards. History and conversation are John Mulligan's appeal. These pubs are the grease in Dublin's social wheel and should be visited if possible. Also, Kehoe's, Neary's, The Ferryman and The Temple Bar will treat you right.
May 20th 2009 8:27PM How old are you Whitley? 11? Try 11 national championships in football, you moron. And, I don't care if the last one was in 1986. Athletics are cyclical and a couple of bad season's do not equate to squat in the history of the Notre Dame program.
ND recruits quality kids and holds them to high academic standards. Notre Dame athletes do not major in remedial, disjointed nonsense, like many of their counterparts at other universities.
Look at the overall program for the last 100 years or so and comment on the standard of excellence on and off the field. Few programs come even close to the year in and year out consistecy of the IRISH.
What has happened recently is an anomoly and surely will pass. So, Mr. Whitley get ready to kiss our Irish asses and also get ready to shake down the thunder.