I'd like to add that those black kids in that class know more Gaelic casually than Tucker Carlson or whoever else is worried about it does, guaranteed.
Modern Irish (or Gaeilge as it sometimes called to distinguish it from Scottish Gaelic) is compulsory education in Ireland up through secondary school. All of those kids can speak at least a little of it and Gaelic traditions and games have always been part of the national curriculum of Ireland. Those kids have probably played (or seen someone play) Rounders, Hurling, as well as Gaelic Football and handball, as well as learned about Beltane, Samhain, Imbolc/St. Brigid's Day, and Lughnasa. Hell, that might even be a Gaelscoil school, where they teach in Gaeilge. The language is still effectively dying at the moment, despite it's heavy use in some rural areas, but it's seen a significant upsurge in learning in urban areas for a lot of the same reasons US parents are starting secondary languages earlier, as well as just cultural pride. Hell, many Irish movies and TV shows get releases in Gaeilge, despite the small audience. Irish Gaelic culture isn't going anywhere.I'd like to add that those black kids in that class know more Gaelic casually than Tucker Carlson or whoever else is worried about it does, guaranteed.
Yes, but what was the rollover/tooltip?
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