— broadsheet_ie (@broadsheet_ie) June 25, 2019
How’s he getting along now?
Do I need an intervention?
Previously: My Struggle
The latest edition of Village Magazine, in shops now.
Via Village Magazine
Taoiseach says if he were to meet Trump he would “certainly” be happy to relay his previous concerns about ‘racist and dangerous’ comments
— Gavan Reilly (@gavreilly) June 10, 2016
Der Führer Cookie.
Looking for love and lebensraum.
Cat’s Aid Dublin writes:
Cookie is 8 months old. He is very shy but has come on over the past few weeks. He had a bad start in life and was found as a stray. He loves our other cats and has no fear of our dogs. He plays with our other foster kitten Tina! He is not too keen on being picked up but we are working on him as we can pet him easily, he will come to you to be petted. He loves his toys and always has a little toy mouse in his mouth!
Related: Cats That Look Like Hitler
“An add on to your inappropriate hallowe’en stuff on Talbot street [Dublin] this afternoon…”
Ryan Phillips tweetz:
They really (REALLY) do not like the clampers in Dalkey!! Spotted in Finnegans
Guy left Kilkenny (Coon) for Britain when he was 18, worked as a trapeze artist then as a stand-in in movies and TV shows (met Kevin Costner and Richard Burton and was a detective in Minder). He’s a collector of military memorabilia and admires Hitler’s army (among others).
More as we get it.
Previously: Anything Good In The Kilkenny People?