So subtly rendered.
You’d never have guessed.
Twitter has launched a General Election 2020 election emoji which will be ‘triggered’ by the hashtag #GE2020 and by the Irish language election hashtag; #Togh2020.
Twitter’s Ronan Costello says:
‘’The emoji is specific to the Irish electorate in design and, like many of the products we launch, is guided by how people are already using Twitter – the hashtags that activate it have been adopted by the community and are trending each day of the campaign.
‘’We want to help people to have healthy, open, and safe civic discussion on Twitter. make it easy for those on the service to engage with and follow the national conversation”.
Civil war in the capital.
Dublin City Library And Archive Reading Room writes:
Our exhibition on the War of Independence in Dublin is up and running at Dublin Coity Library, Pearse Street, Dublin 2. Admission Free. Guided tours start next week and can be booked at link below…
Goodbye Dublin: The War of Independence in the City
Leinster House, Dublin 2
TDs Danny Healy-Rae with Michael Healy-Rae (pic 3) joins farmers protesting over a range of issues effecting rural Ireland, in particular the proposed Mercosur trade deals.
Have you got a size 13?
At an unnamed building at Mount Street Crescent, Dublin 2.
Supply your own metaphor.
Patriotic moss at Blackrock Market, Blackrock, County Dublin.
Thanks Ultan Mashup
Ballsbridge Hotel, Dublin 4
On the way to the Ireland vs Liverpool Legends game (Sean Cox fundraiser at the Aviva)
Cork City Vs St Patrick’s Athletic League of Ireland match.
Sinn Fein TD and former Cork City chairman Jonathan O’Brien was ejected from from Turner’s Cross last night following a protest against the FAI.
O’Brien – who was part of the Oireachtas Committee that met with the officials of the Association on Wednesday – was escorted out of the ground by Gardai….
TD thrown out of Cork City match at protest against FAI (RTÉ)