Derek Ronan writes:
“Waterford…. No confusion here…”
Extreme anti-tyke boozing measures.
“Spotted this on a till in Tesco yesterday. A note scribbled on a staff roster sheet….”
From left: light drinking Irish actress Caroline Morahan; telly’s John Healy (a once boozy now sober heart transplant recipient) and non-drinking Frank ‘DRINK!’ Kelly.
The launch today of the Irish Heart Foundation’s annual September Heart Month campaign urging tipplers to remember “your heart can’t drink like you can”.
And to know WHEN to say when
before the early houses open and all the craziness sets in.
A downloadable magazine on healthier boozing is available here.
(Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland)
Somewhere along the Grand Canal, Dublin at lunchtime today.
Prohibition officially ended on Dec. 5, 1933. Eighty years later, Miller Coors’ Batch 19 beer is turning the milestone into a marketing event.
Batch 19 wants to “own the holiday,” said Libby Mura, senor marketing director at Tenth and Blake, the craft and imports division for MillerCoors.
Have you got the fear?
You may not like this.
David C Lynch writes:
I’d like to thank you for posting my first short film Stay. The one with the two dogs and no budget. This is the follow up. It carries far deeper meaning and examines the culture that we live in. Again it was made with no budget and just a passion to share a vision. It’s a short film that examines our drinking culture and how this culture is perceived by the rest of the world. What makes us ‘Irish’ and what keeps us Irish.
To which some might say.