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It was the cold Irish summer of 1910, in a small town called Kilcolgan, County Galway in the western part of Ireleand when Michael Patrick Connolly was born into a family of seven. He was slight of frame and not too tall, and by the time he was twelve he had grown not too fondly accustomed to being the brunt of the jokes of all the bigger boys. One day he had had enough, and waited outside the school yard in ambush for the biggest and baddest of them all. He plastered that bully square betwee...