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    Free advice from the freemen movement, this one was York Rd./ Mounttown Rd junction but they are not shy with their advice, it is all over the city.


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    And here is one Sam Lord will love.
    Its a nice Easter lilly stuck to one of our doors at home

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    The CPI seem to be putting themselves about a bit more of late.

    This from O'Connell St. two weeks ago.





    As are Éirígí. In fact their stickers are all over Dublin. This from Ballyfermot today.






    This nasty piece is still in Clondalkin. Taken a few days ago.


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    Some more.
    Someone has been decorating a derelict house over the canal bridge from Upper Mount St. Humbart bridge I think....will check the name.




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    I stopped to take a pic of this piece of street art by the luas line behind the four courts.




    and noticed this on a lamp post nearby.

    Ní neart go cur le cheile = its not finished 'till it's put together, i.e. it ain't over 'till its over.
    I haven't seen that anywhere else. Anyone know what it is all about?

    Prison vans parked in background. Is there significance in it been behind the Bridewell?


    edit; taken mid May '13

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    And on Nassau St. today, at dogs-eye level, this:



    Nassau St. from Wikipedia:
    Formerly known as St Patrick's Well Lane after a 12th-century well, it was renamed in the 18th Century, after the accession to the throne of King William III, a member of the House of Orange-Nassau.
    Ailesbury Rd. today, one would have expected a better class of art so one would.


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    Hilarious though.

    Great thread, eamo. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by eamo View Post
    Thankfully not much right wing stuff in evidence but here is one example:
    Not only do we apparently pay for African women's hair extensions, we also, it would appear, and this is gospel, according to the waiting list at the clinic, give brand new cars to newly arrived African men, have a fleet of taxis always at hand for Roma men, women and children who need to get to and from hospitals, (us Irish have wings), give a monthly pay-out of €30 to Polish people in order that they may follow up on their (I know I was surprised too) national custom of keeping a dog, and of course where would we be without the Travellers never ever paying their electricity bills, they apparently hand the newly arrived bill to the Community Welfare Officer who writes a cheque for same immediately. All Travellers get this! No questions asked.

    When I demonstrated with the people on the above I was then informed that Irish children could no longer get into schools because places had to be given to all of the above first, then the Irish would be given the dross. And the final kick in the ass for me was being told that I had no right to query their assertions on foreigners seeing as how I was one meself.
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    Great stuff, Eamo.

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    Political opportunists knocking their future boss

    Politics is the gentle art of getting votes from the poor and campaign funds from the rich, by promising to protect each from the other. ~Oscar Ameringer

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    [QUOTE=eamo;339360]I stopped to take a pic of this piece of street art by the luas line behind the four courts.

    Ní neart go cur le cheile = its not finished 'till it's put together, i.e. it ain't over 'till its over.
    I haven't seen that anywhere else. Anyone know what it is all about?

    QUOTE] Ní neart go chur le chéile. - No strength until we pull together/co-operate. The snake in the flames is hardly a logo for Sustainable Energy Ireland?

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    [QUOTE=Spectabilis;339390]
    Quote Originally Posted by eamo View Post
    I stopped to take a pic of this piece of street art by the luas line behind the four courts.

    Ní neart go cur le cheile = its not finished 'till it's put together, i.e. it ain't over 'till its over.
    I haven't seen that anywhere else. Anyone know what it is all about?

    QUOTE] Ní neart go chur le chéile. - No strength until we pull together/co-operate. The snake in the flames is hardly a logo for Sustainable Energy Ireland?
    Its St Pats FC, thts the club motto

    There is a group down the club called the Shed End Invincibles, a clique fan group that organise displays etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fluffy View Post

    Its St Pats FC, thts the club motto

    There is a group down the club called the Shed End Invincibles, a clique fan group that organise displays etc.
    Thanks Fluffy, I did not want to pore cold water on Spestabils suggestion, but I did think it was one hell of a logo for Sustainable Energy Ireland. So the S E I stands for shed end invincibles.
    Here is a link to St. Pats history page, I was surprised to see they once played out of Milltown, presumably Glenmalure park.

    http://www.stpatsfc.com/history.php
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    All taken today near the Jameson Distillery.












    The Shed End Invisibles again?

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    This outside McKennas pub Dunlaoghaire today:


    There is a web site address at the bottom of this notice. Here is a link to it.
    http://www.billymcguire.com/


    Wouldn't this weather bring a smile to a lamppost.
    The quays today.


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