Aungier Inducing

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Aungier Street, Dublin 2.

Yesterday (top) and today (above).

Olga writes:

Seems the word REPEAL is banned now and gets painted over toot sweet #repealthe8th…

Context

Earlier: Meanwhile, In Arklow

36 thoughts on “Aungier Inducing

  1. Cata

    I think it’d be way better just to put ‘legalize abortion.’ That’s what we want.

  2. Turgenev

    I’m all for repealing the 8th, but scrawly graffiti, not so much. What about just an 8 in a circle with a line through it? I’m sure it’d be easy to make some stencils, and use bleach on city streets, which afaik isn’t considered graffiti but guerrilla street cleaning.

    1. pedeyw

      Alternatively, mash up some moss with water and pu it in a spray bottle. It’ll turn into a mossy stencil in a few days.

  3. DubLoony

    DCC have a policy of removing political graffiti within 24 hours of complaint being made.

    1. Turgenev

      Rather tempting to add some politics to the graffiti on my neighbours’ walls, which have been there for years despite multiple complaints to fixmystreet

      1. Skeptik

        Always graffiti in the lane 100 meters from the FG party HQ, takes ages for the council to overpaint it.
        Tempted to put “Enda Kenny is a B***cks” up on it to speed things up.

      1. pedeyw

        Though to be honest I preferred you when you were all about chem trails, water floridation and vaccines.

        1. Zuppy International

          You know nothing about me. The chem trails, water floridation and vaccines are all in your head. I never mention such topics.

          You’re either an idiot or a deliberate liar. I don’t care which. Go away.

          1. pedeyw

            I appologise. I tend to get my various conspiracy theories mixed up, you’re thing was faked moon landings.
            Liar: maybe. Deliberate: no, idiot: depends who you ask.
            Good talk.

          1. Dόn 'The Unstoppable Force' Pídgéόní

            Oh here, Bodger’s just asking the hard questions don’t you know? Like why did the French security forces set up the Nice attacks?

  4. Mulder

    Ban grafiti or only grafiti with the word repeal.
    Though they used to ban books and films here not so long ago.
    So no change there.

    1. Lorcan Nagle

      There are still 8 or so books banned in Ireland. All of them are about sex education and reproductive health, and include information on abortion, surprise surprise.

  5. Eamonn Clancy

    We’ll it was either that or someone else painting “Don’t” on top of “repeal”.

  6. rotide

    I completely get the fuss about removing the maser piece outside the project, but the council paints over something thats worse than the poorest tag ever seen and it’s political?

    Please, stay off twitter.

  7. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    I understand if I’m alone in my thinking, but I think things get noticed if you write them uʍop ǝpᴉsdn.
    -someone did that here the other day, it appeared as an addendum to something or other…but I digress.

    If you want to change minds you have to engage them first..write uʍop ǝpᴉsdn.
    Wake them up.
    It works for me.

    ɥʇ8 ǝɥʇ lɐǝdǝɹ

    Bland slogans will never move anybody.
    -Neither will I.

    Get your voice heard, beyond the thunder and bluster of the people you know who I mean.

    It’s about freedom.

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