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As if It hadn’t sufficiently whetted appetites for season 2 (which starts on October 27th), Netflix promos its landmark series with a range of appropriately low res tributes to posters from 80s horror movies Firestarter, Alien (a few months short of the 80s in fairness), Stand By Me, A Nightmare On Elm Street and Evil Dead.


Dirty hurling ahead of the March for Choice next Saturday.

If you see it, report it and post it.

Abortion Rights Campaign

Pic: Jim O’Callaghan


Fianna Fáil leader Michael Martin (right)and Fine Gael leader, and acting Taoiseach, Enda Kenny

Pat Leahy, in the Irish Times this morning, reports:

Meetings to discuss a possible new government will continue today as Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil intensify their efforts to woo Independent TDs in advance of Wednesday’s vote for taoiseach.

Fianna Fáil will hold an all-day meeting with the group of five rural Independents. Tomorrow it will meet the six members of the Independent Alliance.

Front bench Fianna Fáil TD Jim O’Callaghan dismissed reports that the party’s mood towards coalition with Fine Gael was softening.

And party sources said the Leitrim Fianna Fáil organisation last week voted 50 votes to none against coalition with Fine Gael in an example of grassroots feeling, which is strongly against any such deal.

Meanwhile, earlier…

And yesterday…


Leo Varadkar tweeted:

My posters cleaned, counted, stored and ready to be deployed.

FF denies mood softening towards FG coalition (Pat Leahy, Irish Times)

Related: Does anyone still take them seriously? (Gene Kerrigan, Sunday Independent)


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Spotted in Dublin Bay North constituency.

Hugh Ami writes:

Stephanie Regan covering over Naoise ó Muirí’s posters – nice team work there from Fine Gael.


Rory Connolly tweetz:

Clever series of posters from Soc Dems on Church St, Dublin 7.


Disgruntled Red writes:

Why are the Soc Dems being studiously ignored by most media [besides BS], particularly RTÉ? Is it because they’re the first plausible alternative to the Labour Party and therefore a long-awaited possible ray of light for default Labour voters (myself included) who’ve only ever voted Labour because of what that party should be, but never has been? Is Labour kacking its collective pants? I’m letting on not to know the answers already.


Yesterday: Hear Our Voice



Some Dad writes:

A few of these on Griffith Ave [Dublin 9]. Is this the new Renua candidate in Dublin Bay North?




Kevin Markham writes:

One of the more impressive Fine Gael posters. He gets my vote..



Ah here.

Reeler writes:

Abortions for some, faceswap for others…