Italicized passages and many of the photos come from other websites. The links to these websites are provided within the posts.
Why your neighborhood is full of Queens Crap
"The difference between dishonest and honest graft: for dishonest graft one worked solely for one's own interests, while for honest graft one pursued the interests of one's party, one's state, and one's personal interests all together." - George Washington Plunkitt
The above organizations are recognized by Queens Crap as being beneficial to the city as a whole, by fighting to preserve the history and character of our neighborhoods. They are not connected to this website and the opinions presented here do not necessarily represent the positions of these organizations.
The comments left by posters to this site do not necessarily represent the views of the blogger or webmaster.
Isn't if funny how the clubhouse always talks about the wonderful diversity of Queens, yet the old time Irish are still in control.
Ever hear the political pundits talk about voting patterns after Election Day?
Their language and take on the voters of Queens would make Archie Bunker blush. Their attitudes exposes the myth of the rainbow for what it is.
Reading this Queens Tribune?
Manton hands the ball off to Crowley.
... and maybe, just maybe Crowley will drop the ball!
Don't ever make the mistake of thinking that the likes of Gallagher or Crowley are Irish.
True Irish are intelligent, respectable, literate people.
These mutts who drink, boast, bang, and slobber are not now and never have been Irish. They have been shunned by true Irish.
We call them "shanty Irish" down in Rockaway.
Gallagher as a leprechaun, hilarious! The green beer glass being full surely must have been an oversight, but otherwise a great cartoon!
I've driven through the width and breath of Ireland's countryside years back and never met a group of more generous and warm people anywhere.
The people of county Kerry would have called the likes of Crowley, Manton and Gallagher, "pigshit Irish".
"Shanty Irish" would be a step up!
Come to think of it, I wouldn't even call them Irish!
Post a Comment