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Ireland is about to vote on removing the offense of blasphemy from the constitution

[edition.cnn.com]

celticagent 7 Oct 25
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'bout fucking time, load of nonsense

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This is what bought it to the fore, some people actually wanted to charge Stephen Fry with blasphemy. Anyway we got rid yesterday...

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It's about damn time!

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Who blasphemes anymore? Will it still be in the lawbooks?

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Even Ireland is whizzing past the U.S. We should hold our heads down in shame!!!

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Good, being based in Dublin as I am it would only have been a matter of time until I offended the wrong person! 😀

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Thank fek for that !

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Good thing it didn't take too long.

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Let's have a pint, raise our glasses, and celebrate some Irish tonite!!

Thanks for this. Dancing with the Stars was my late partners favorite show. When I lived in Heidelberg I had several Irish friends. There was a 'local' that catered to the Irish crowd and one friend was amazing at dancing. I especially like the way they moved from the hip down with very little action above the waist.

@JackPedigo I got to see Riverdance perform a few years ago. Believe it or not, I wasn't really looking forward to seeing it, but It was amazing. One of the best shows I've ever been to. They are amazing performers and athletes to be able to control their movement the way they do. You're welcome! 🙂

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It's about time!

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Overall the Irish have progressed well since the 70's. They do have their occasional setbacks - a few years ago they weren't going to allow a 14 year old girl ribbon to England because they suspected (she was) she wanted to get an abortion. She finally got to go, but not until late in the pregnancy when it would have been more dangerous.

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Bless their little cotton socks. We did it in the 1970s. Nice to see my neighbours finally joining us in the 21st century ?

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Well, they just legalized abortion. There's hope the rcc is finally losing it's grip on
that country.

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