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Chris Mooney

There is also the quote from Braveheart. "The Irish have to talk to God, because there is no one their equal on earth." So they would not have even talked to Sigmund.
Chris (and Irish)


i think it's

"In order to meet his equal an Irishman is forced to talk to God"

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