Shoulder To Shoulder

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This morning.

Aungier St, Dublin 2.

A mural for Lidl’s ‘Serious Support’ for women’s GAA

Name those players, anyone?

Also: artist?

#SeriousSupport?

Meanwhile, yesterday…

Leah Farrell/Rollingnews

39 thoughts on “Shoulder To Shoulder

  1. ReproButina

    Sharon Courtney, Sara Rowe, Sinead Goldrick and I can’t remember the name of the Tipperary player. Aisling something I think.

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  2. Ram Trilogy

    I couldn’t name that men’s so can’t help here. Fairplay to them though. Sport is given way too much air time and gets shoved in your face 24/7…at the expense of the arts.

    Refreshing to see women get the limelight for the work they put in and their talent.

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      1. shortforBob

        Allowing artists to make use of shared public spaces is one thing, allowing these people to privatize public spaces for unplanned advertising is something else.

        Subset know damn well it will take weeks before they’re forced to take down anything and they’ll use any complaints as an excuse to squeeze more publicity out of it. They deserved a hard slap, preferably in the form of financial penalties.

        Credit to LIDL for the GAA sponsorship but they shouldn’t be working with marketing companies like Subset unless proper planning permission was obtained.

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        1. Blo Jo Brexit

          +1 Ever walked past Subset in action? Ozone layer death zone. Who cares about the environment as long as it looks cool. Like aerosol cans are cool…

          Silence from the Una Mullally/Mannix Flynn channels…

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      1. Frilly Keane

        I know
        I’m still not right about t’ be honest

        I wasn’t ready to give up Frilly Keane
        It’s been a difficult few days
        With everything
        n’ stuff

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        1. Lilly

          Yeah Frilly, hang in there. You did nothing wrong that I can see. And you handled yourself well during the telly row. I’d have been throwing the delph. It will blow over.

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        2. Lilly

          Yeah Frilly, hang in there. You did nothing wrong that I can see. And you handled yourself well during the telly row – I’d have been throwing the delph. It will blow over.

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          1. Frilly Keane

            That’s the thing Lil
            I’m not sure I want it t’blow over

            Not one link
            Not one copy n’ paste
            Not one screen shot
            Of me etc
            doing down yer one

            Found sum’ting meself on one’ah the BakeSheets alright
            But Cheezus if that’s what this whole Troll Roll was all about

            And for it t’ be going on behind me back
            An’ no one giving a sh t
            Cause it suited a particular agenda

            That’s bin really tough

          1. Frilly Keane

            It’s still there hun
            I even took a screen shot ov’ it
            Would you like me to” twit it over t’ ye

            So yere all still going with me running the gaff?

            And t’ think yere blaming Co Councillors ….

          2. Uncle Albert

            You just put it back and you wonder why commenters get fed up of your carry on. Take a break.

            Would I like what?

          3. Frilly Keane

            Well your post says 11.11
            N’ the time I got t’it with the screen grab grip was 11.48

            T’was up a good half hour for everyone
            An’ anyone
            t’ see the song from the McDonald Christmas ads

          4. Uncle Albert

            Was that comment about Twitter? Where are you going with this? While I’m on here if you watched yourself back and think you did nothing wrong then there’s not a person in this world that can help you.

    1. Blo Jo Brexit

      Maybe Ollie Trimble and Co can culturebomb it with artwork for Tesco’s Jack’s…. would be cool actually.

      Are Subset responsible for that stuff off Camden Street for Freddie Mercury movie etc too? HAsn’t the George Bernard Shaw pub in Portobello been at this street ad mullarkey for years?

      It’s more of that Kreuzberg/San Francisco gentrification by proxy that’s wrecking Dublin

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      1. shortforBob

        Yes the Freddie advertising is them too. They shamelessly tweet it all.

        Unless they have changed their ways and are getting planning permission this needs to stop.

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      2. Cú Chulainn

        It’s brilliant.. and I don’t think you need planning in certain cases.. it’s not intended to be there forever.. just a moment in time. More of it please..

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