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Here's how your neighbors prepped for St. Paddy's Day 2014.

(Photo: @NYIslanders Twitter)
(Photo: @NYIslanders Twitter)
Scroll down in the box above and check out how Long Islanders prepped for St. Patrick's Day 2014 this weekend.

How did you prepare for St. Paddy's Day? Tell us in the comments or post your own pictures in the Conversations tab at the top of the page.
jim March 17, 2014 at 07:30 PM
Joe are you deliverin
Frank T March 17, 2014 at 07:58 PM
Under pressure from several groups the Islanders changed the shirt logo to "Kiss me, I'm a gay".
Vincent March 18, 2014 at 10:51 AM
scallop scum: I’m not Catholic, and I do like an occasional beer. But I will no longer order Heineken or Guinness.Even before the Catholic League’s Bill Donohue called for a boycott of the beers that boycotted the St. Patrick’s Day parade, I decided to withhold my patronage from the panderers. The parade is meant to honor St. Patrick. Gays are welcome at the parade; they just aren’t allowed to advertise themselves as such with banners and flags. There are multiple gay pride parades where they can do that. The corporate brains behind Heineken and Guinness pulled their sponsorship saying they support inclusiveness and diversity. But, in fact, they are supporting homogeneity — they want every parade to be like every other parade — and every parade should have gay groups. Jim Johnson NYPOST 3/18/14
Ralebird March 18, 2014 at 02:27 PM
geo - The Hampton Bays parade is great for the community and good for businesses. It gets people out together after a long winter and provides a reason to come and see the area. If you're too much of a curmudgeon to appreciate that, just stay home for a couple of hours instead of whining - you have no place to go anyway.
Vincent March 19, 2014 at 07:20 AM
Ralebird: I'm reading about the Hampton Bays parade in the Mineola Patch. Who runs this piece of garbage Patch? Rehire the old editors. These people have no clue.


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