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mastodon.ie/@shockproofbeats Fmr drinks-dispenser to Mary McAleese. Get Did Ye Hear Mammy Died? now at mammybook.com

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So you feel like buying my excellent and very good memoir, Did Ye Hear Mammy Died but aren't sure if it's as good as I keep saying. So here's a few pieces from and about the book, which might entice you to buy a copy right now from mammybook.com
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NYTimes posted an article about "risks of puberty blockers" and WPATH completely debunked it, lmao
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Extremely excited that me and @aoifegracemoore have been tasked with explaining the events of 2022 for @IrelandsEdge on Saturday 3rd December. A strong choice, a smart choice, and yet another reminder of the latent Derry supremacy that winds through Irish culture.
Just 6 days to go until we're back in Dingle for Ireland's Edge - The Good Life / Slí Bheatha in the company of this wonderful line-up of thinkers, artists, writers, and musicians. Last few tickets here: bit.ly/3Fm0gVc
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It will never not be funny to me that me and @shockproofbeats are the support act for @Paschald. Come for the review of the weirdest things that happened this year, stay for fiscal policy with the President of the Eurogroup.
Just 6 days to go until we're back in Dingle for Ireland's Edge - The Good Life / Slí Bheatha in the company of this wonderful line-up of thinkers, artists, writers, and musicians. Last few tickets here: bit.ly/3Fm0gVc
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This looks like Robbie Rotten doing his taxes.
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We have one last copy of PANDEMILLIONS — our Baroness Mone-inspired board game — left for sale. It’s a COVID cash grab for all the family!
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Merry Lil Santa Drive are asking for vouchers - no cash - to be sent to them by December 6th, so they can keep doing this work. For more information, please hit up the Facebook page above, or email merrylilsanta@gmail.com if you'd like to get involved. Thank you!
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Merry Lil Santa Drive is also teaming up with @scoopfoundation to provide gifts for children in Direct Provision. In all cases, gifts will be individually picked and addressed by name, and culturally appropriate in cases where said kids don't celebrate Christmas itself.
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Rachel's one of the best people I know and, separate to her dayjob working on long-term solutions to the homelessness crisis, has spent her past 5 Christmases bringing a little bit of comfort and magic to children and families who need it most. She, and they, need your help.
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My beautiful pal Rachel is doing her 6th annual Merry Lil Santa Drive, sourcing gifts for children in Ireland who will be homeless, in emergency accommodation, or direct provision this Christmas. Child homelessness has doubled since 2014, so please help if you can.
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Rachel's one of the best people I know and, separate to her dayjob working on long-term solutions to the homelessness crisis, has spent her past 5 Christmases bringing a little bit of comfort and magic to children and families who need it most. She, and they, need your help.
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This is doubly frustrating with the trans “debate” because we all JUST went through this with gay people! The people peddling the lie that kids are being groomed & recruited by drag queens were ALIVE for the last round of this nonsense. Why do we have to start from scratch?
I feel like when reactionaries come along and pick a new group to Other, harass, and dehumanize, and you think, "hm, maybe this time they have a point," you should reflect on the historical record, which makes it pretty clear that they don't.
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HUGE love to everyone in the US who's read and supported my book, and to those outlets who've stuck it in their Best Of 2022 lists. I can only agree with their judgement and recommend you buy it yourself anywhere good books are sold, or else by clicking on mammybook.com
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So you feel like buying my excellent and very good memoir, Did Ye Hear Mammy Died but aren't sure if it's as good as I keep saying. So here's a few pieces from and about the book, which might entice you to buy a copy right now from mammybook.com
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Absolutely overjoyed to be named one of New York Public Library's Books of The Year!!!
@shockproofbeats Congratulations! Did Ye Hear Mammy Died?: A Memoir by Séamas O'Reilly is one of @NYPL's 2022 #BestBooks for Adults! nypl.org/books-more/recommen…
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This book was published twelve years ago, and the observation is about a book published fourteen years ago, which covered an issue that arose forty years ago. Just for any younguns frustrated by ‘woke’ who think it’s just them.
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One person, fighting for more money for people who need it most to survive, is called the grinch. While the rich people above him are having a banquet. Not a hint of irony.
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My book Did Ye Hear Mammy Died, that is. Not me personally. I am not a book.
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