Una Mullally

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Daily Digest: Tuesday

And after that Bank Holiday recap, here’s your Daily Digest: A rather incredible story about unemployed people bussed in to central London to steward the river pageant. Lindsay Lohan as Elizabeth Taylor. The Dark Knight Rises is two hours and …

Tue, Jun 5, 2012, 10:39

   

And after that Bank Holiday recap, here’s your Daily Digest:

A rather incredible story about unemployed people bussed in to central London to steward the river pageant.

Lindsay Lohan as Elizabeth Taylor.

The Dark Knight Rises is two hours and 45 minutes long.

There’s an interesting discussion over on Gaelick about the rebranding of Dublin Pride’s ‘Dyke Night’ to ‘The Pussycat Club’.

Many Irish Catholics don’t believe the Church’s teachings. Hey guys, THIS MEANS YOU’RE NOT ACTUALLY CATHOLIC.

A saucepan that stirs itself.

J.K. Rowling is collaborating on a project with PlayStation.

Banana gun.

The Olympic torch is coming to Dublin tomorrow. Unfortunately, this is one visitor we can not feed a pint of Guinness too. Awww.

Janet Jackson is making a documentary about transgender people.

Hey look, it’s Emma Watson not being a wizard in ‘The Perks Of Being A Wallflower’
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