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Death in Troon

Cruimh

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So, Farewell Then
Mad Pup.

You
Won't be missed.

Except by
nutters.

And dealers.

C R Uimh, aged 16.90

Jim McDowell: Jonathan Adair death like father, like son - 'Mad Pup', brought up in shadow of violence and drugs, was surely destined for bad end - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

Son of 'Mad Dog' Adair dies from suspected drugs overdose in Scotland - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

Surprised this passed unmentioned.

Still, improves the chances that his children might grow up with a life worth living.

And Troon deserved better than this toe-rag.
 


Carlos Danger

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Is this a recent passing?
 

Irish-Rationalist

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The Loyalist criminally insane underclass loses one of its delinquent youth.

Very sad.
 

Lumpy Talbot

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No
Around the time that the football results came in from Glasgow I would have thought.
 

Just Jack

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The poor lad didn't have much of a chance in life given the awful circumstances he was born into.
 

Gurdiev77

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So, Farewell Then
Mad Pup.

You
Won't be missed.

Except by
nutters.

And dealers.

C R Uimh, aged 16.90

Jim McDowell: Jonathan Adair death like father, like son - 'Mad Pup', brought up in shadow of violence and drugs, was surely destined for bad end - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

Son of 'Mad Dog' Adair dies from suspected drugs overdose in Scotland - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

Surprised this passed unmentioned.

Still, improves the chances that his children might grow up with a life worth living.

And Troon deserved better than this toe-rag.
Sounds like a short sad life.
 

Irish-Rationalist

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Aristodemus

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We won't be having a month's mind for him
 

michael-mcivor

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Wonder where they are going to bury the young pup- if in Belfast will mad-dog Adair show up- now that will be a shooting party-
 

runwiththewind

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Sad thing is there's thousands of sons like him in NI whose fathers were in the UVF, UFF, UDA, UDR,, RUC, Red Hand, Protestant Action Force, the OO, the DUP, the UUP. All brought up to hate by their daddies and supported by every unionist in NI who smiled and nodded their head in approval everytime a Taig got a bullet, yet wouldn't be caught dead in such company.

But sure, aren't they the chosen people?
 

Jack O Neill

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The poor lad didn't have much of a chance in life given the awful circumstances he was born into.
he could have posted 90140 posts on PIE , might have kept him occupied 24 /7 , it does other ex loyalist paramilitary supporters anyway
 

vivabrigada

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No parent should have to bury their child although I know what Johnny Adair inflicted on my family and community.
 

Enigma Variations

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Sick thread, Cruimh.

Still, it is in keeping with your usual low standards................
Is this just some sort of crude affection? A bit of posturing just to show what a middle-of-the-road chap you really are? It doesn't work.
The Adair family are among the least loved in the north, but even they are entitled to grieve, in the immediate aftermath of their loss without faceless internet guttersnipes sneering at them as they do it.
Shameless stuff................
 

O'Sullivan Bere

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Sick thread, Cruimh.

Still, it is in keeping with your usual low standards................
Is this just some sort of crude affection? A bit of posturing just to show what a middle-of-the-road chap you really are? It doesn't work.
The Adair family are among the least loved in the north, but even they are entitled to grieve, in the immediate aftermath of their loss without faceless internet guttersnipes sneering at them as they do it.
Shameless stuff................
His family may grieve him, but it doesn't mean others are required to do so. In fact, I'm sure plenty are delighted and they're entitled to feel so. This isn't a case of guilt by association regarding a worthwhile person well meant towards others. He was a street menace and always revolving the doors with courts and prison as a career vicious criminal scumbag like his father was, e.g., drug dealer, woman abuser, vandal, thief, etc. He died by his decrepit criminal chosen lifestyle.

Good riddance to bad rubbish. If only his father would follow his footsteps...
 
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devoutcapitalist

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Sick thread, Cruimh.

Still, it is in keeping with your usual low standards................
Is this just some sort of crude affection? A bit of posturing just to show what a middle-of-the-road chap you really are? It doesn't work.
The Adair family are among the least loved in the north, but even they are entitled to grieve, in the immediate aftermath of their loss without faceless internet guttersnipes sneering at them as they do it.
Shameless stuff................
I don't think even Cruimh would have any affection for the Adairs.

Young Adair was vermin just like his father is. If his father had any morals he would be analysing his own role in his sons early demise at the age of 32. Of course that won't happen as he's scum.
 


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