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February 28, 2011, 01:12:21 PM

Thats Finn right? Nice to see someone from Ireland on the board, I spent a long time there. I dont think I will be going back.

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February 28, 2011, 11:49:34 PM

I am doing my best to promote Bitcoin in Ireland, but there hasn't been much interest in it so far (I am actually surprised that the article about Bitcoin showed up in the Irish Times). If you look at the bitcoin users map there are only few IPs in Ireland. If any Irish person is reading this please give me a shout.

well, i'm not exactly an irish lad myself, but i guess that polish-man living in ireland will do? Wink

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February 28, 2011, 11:57:20 PM

well, i'm not exactly an irish lad myself, but i guess that polish-man living in ireland will do? Wink

A countryman? Hah! This gets better and better.

Must be pretty embarrassing for the Irish that there are two people on this forum that live in Ireland and are not Irish; but I know for a fact, that there is at least one Irish guy here. He probably will reveal himself shortly. Smiley coming soon!

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