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So, What Happened The Three Fs?

In #rabble2, Highlights, History, Illustration, Politics, Print Edition by Peg LeesonLeave a Comment

The current mess we are in is often explained by an unusual obsession with bricks and mortar rooted in a colonial history. The Irish love to own their own home because those nasty Brits didn’t let us, it’s the spectre of the famine all over again. At best these myths obscure the true reasons behind Ireland’s current economic situation.

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{Comics} Now Now Stolen Cow: The Cattle Raid of Cooley Comic.

In Blog, Culture, History, Interviews by Kev Squires26 Comments

Belfast comic creator Patrick Brown has just released the fifth print issue of his epic webcomic The Cattle Raid of Cooley. Patrick has been publishing roughly a page per week since August 2008, and his interpretation of one of Ireland’s most famous folk legends, the Táin Bó Cúailnge, now boasts 140 pages. To mark the release, Kevin Squires interviewed Patrick for rabble.ie:

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rabble Takes A Look At The Presidential Farce

In Blog, Humour, Illustration, Politics by rabble2 Comments

The presidential puppies have just two days left to yelp about who should be top dog in the Áras, so rabble took some time out to examine their prospects – saving you the pain of paying any more attention to what’s been a miserable farce. If you are sheltering from the rain in front of the TV tonight, be careful friends – Pat Kenny is hosting the final#Aras2011 debate at 9.40pm on RTE 1.