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10/05/2012

NOM Geography #FAIL

by Jeremy Hooper

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Only problem? Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland are actually two completely different things. Ireland is not part of the UK, while Northern Ireland is. Putting a pin in Dublin to signify a story about Northern Ireland would be kind of like demarcating Mexico City for a story based in Atlanta:

Uk Map

Stick with being a national organization for marriage, kids. You do that poorly (and miseducative) enough for global scrutinization. No need to expand the discriminatory horizons.

(*H/t: Jamie McGonnigal)

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