Behind Every Great Mask

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This afternoon.

Leinster House, Dublin 2.

Sinn Féin’s  Eoin O’Broin TD and Senator Lynn Boylan in matching mask/coat combo (top) and Labour Party Leader Alan Kelly with Senator Rebecca Moynihan in a ‘Pro-Mask Is Pro-Worker’ face covering.

Masks are cool.

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19 thoughts on “Behind Every Great Mask

  1. Tony

    ‘Masks are cool’ sneered Sneeryballs McSnideypants before sliding into his Snideymobile and slipping off to Sneersville
    ;)

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    1. Daisy Chainsaw

      Of course ratlickers would hate that slogan because it shows you up for the selfish, anti-worker, cretins that we all know you are.

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    2. Micko

      Yeah Mr.T you’re a big dirty ratlicker who carries disease!!!

      Where have we heard that before????

      “It’s wrong to kill a person, but permissible to exterminate a rat.
      To the Nazis, all the Jews, Gypsies and others were rats: dangerous, disease-carrying rats.”

      https://www.npr.org/2011/03/29/134956180/criminals-see-their-victims-as-less-than-human?t=1616522827626

      Nice one Rittmeister Daisy – you tell him what’s what!

      You go Fräulein! Whoop whoop

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          1. Daisy Chainsaw

            Musha god love ye, I’m sure you have some fireworks to throw in a garda’s face to release all that pent up anger.

          2. Micko

            Whatever you say there – Daisy Strangelove!

            “ Achtung Spitfire Schnell Schnell!!
            Get ze ggggratlickers!”

            Hee hee

        1. f_lawless

          I think this article excerpt is a good insight on misuse of the Godwin’s Law meme:

          “While Godwin has stated that the purpose of his experiment was rhetorical and pedagogical, and that he wanted people to ‘think a bit harder about the Holocaust’ before making glib comparisons; one of its effects has been to do the opposite: first, by reducing the role of comparison to equation (A=B rather than A∝B); and second, by removing the Third Reich from its political, juridical and historical contexts, and turning it into an incomparable act of apolitical, criminal and ahistorical ‘evil’, in the face of which we must stand in horror and silent reverence for its victims, but from which we must not dare to learn, lest in doing so we dare to compare anything to it, and thereby fall foul of Godwin’s Law.”

          https://architectsforsocialhousing.co.uk/2020/09/15/the-new-normal-what-is-the-uk-biosecurity-state-part-2-normalising-fear-2/

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  2. AssPants

    “Pro-worker” what does this even mean; Professional Worker, Pro what???

    Such a bullpoopy sound bite….

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    1. Redundant Proofreaders Society

      Baffled here too. Is it a signal aimed at job-seekers, ex-employers of the redundant, or those that simply aren’t in paid employment? Perhaps if she included a Venn diagram it may help narrow down her target audience.

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    2. Micko

      It’s meant to make you feel good about allowing all the people who endangered themselves while working in Tesco’s and Aldi, while we sat at home nice and snuggly buggly in a rug away from “ze ratlickers”

      #ProMaskIsProMeButImGonnaPretendItsAboutWorkers

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    1. ian-oG

      Looks more like some form of fence wire pattern but then I would not be familiar with Palestinian scarf patterns?

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  3. J9

    Cracks me up the way the anti mask covid denying types love to compare themselves to those who were persecuted and murdered by the nazis. Such a false equivalence and so pathetic that it would be laughable if it wasn’t so disgusting.

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