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    Default Easter Lilly or not - how about this alternative?

    Two charities, Laura Lynn hospice and The Integration Centre today launched a new badge called the "Proclamation Pin" for people to wear to commemorate 1916 and echoing the sentiment of the aspirations of the Proclamation "Cherish the Children of the Nation Equally"

    Nifty looking badge!

    Easter 1916 Proclamation pin launched - RTÉ News

    Cherish The Children - Proclamationpin.ie
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    They are treated equally second class.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimBuckII View Post
    They are treated equally second class.
    Apparently not by Charlie Flanagan. fekn ejit 1st class.

    @CllrQuinlivan: Deputy Charlie Flanagan is offended by Brian Stanley SF TD wearing an Easter Lily. The poppy is fine by the way. http://t.co/lRxMaNx5XM
    #3amigos

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    Fair play to them, though would probably prefer the easter lilly (little more colourful).

    They selling them tomorrow by any chance?

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    Surprised others didn't think of it earlier to be honest
    1,197 people agree with me.. how many agree with you ?

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    Lilly?
    There's a lot to be said for the fellow who doesn't say it himself. -- Maurice Switzer

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    What about the Lillypop which is a cross between a poppy and a lily?
    This would antagonise both sides for the price of one.

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    I support the Hospice movement.

    We have availed, sadly. As have many more

    And I'll still support.

    NO POLITICICAL adherents please. No matter how innocent.

    Thanks.

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    Why does everyone feel the need to wear a logo? We are not commercial products.

    If you want to support a charity, then just give them the money.
    Put a thief among honest men and they will eventually relieve him of his watch. Flann O'Brien

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northtipp View Post
    Apparently not by Charlie Flanagan. fekn ejit 1st class.

    @CllrQuinlivan: Deputy Charlie Flanagan is offended by Brian Stanley SF TD wearing an Easter Lily. The poppy is fine by the way. http://t.co/lRxMaNx5XM
    Is that Quinlivan the peace process activist(-;?

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