Back in 2012.
Before several English language schools got busted and the general crackdown on rickshaws in Dublin.
Exploitative? Good times.
You may have seen this elsewhere.
A shot for shot homage to the Sopranos opening sequence ‘with a Dublin twist’ created for Digital Biscuit. Directed by Gerard Walsh and starring John Connors.
And here’s the side by side comparison
(H/T: Conor Horgan)
Taoiseach Enda Kenny and IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde at Government Buildings this morning.
#IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde says Irish people were “the real heroes” of the recovery and that it was a “difficult” journey
— Brian O’Donovan (@BrianODTV3) January 19, 2015
Previously: He’s Held In High Lagarde
Pics via Merrion Street
Taoiseach remarked that Madame Lagarde's signature was "like a work of art" pic.twitter.com/oTq6psvyRX
— Richard Chambers (@newschambers) January 19, 2015
(Thanks Gary Byrne)
Stepaside, Co Dublin this evening.
Thanks Brian S
Somewhere in Dublin this evening.
It’s only semi-sticking
More as we get it.
You may recall how Andrew McMenamin opened a crisp sanger shop in Belfast yesterday.
It sold out within two hours.
Not only that.
“Look, it’s a bit of fun,” Andrew said. “But we’re spinning Belfast positively – it’s Belfast baps from Kirk’s Bakery, it’s Nutty Crust, it’s Tayto. It’s local products, it’s local butter. I believe someone is actually in talks with Ulster Fry to open one in Dublin …”
This could change evNOMNOMNOM
Previously: Life Imitaytos Art
Dollymount Strand, Dollymount, Dublin 3 this morning.
Thanks Fergal Mullin
Skerries beach, north county Dublin.
The perfect start to Christmas Eve with an early morning walk at sunrise