Spotted at the Rathgar Church (specifically a meeting room just behind the church). At the desk where they check your name on the register I noticed that there was a copy of the Bible on the desk. IS this a sneaky attempt at convincing people at the last minute to vote no, or is this the norm?
When I went to the polling station this morning in Terenure (presentation primary school) there were New Testament bibles on all the tables where you register. This doesn’t seem to be normal as they weren’t in other stations. I asked about it but didn’t ask that they were removed which I regret now as it’s weird and might affect home some people make a last minute decision. Any chance you could throw this up to see if someone else can ask about it and maybe get them removed?
I feel sick – there’s a PRIEST lurking in the Dominican Road polling station, assisting his ancient flock to vote NO. Is this allowed?
— Marian Keyes (@MarianKeyes) May 22, 2015
— Carlos Quinn (@Dublinese) May 22, 2015
Short film makers Adrian Cardona and David Munoz’s ‘proof of concept’ short for a prospective full length Grindhouse-style feature entitled Once Upon A Time In Jerusalem.
Undead Lazarus, plague-inflicted crowds, borderline blasphemy and middle eastern campness galore.
What’s not to like, or be horribly offended by?
Thanks Lorraine Cronin