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'Simpsons' fan creates handy way of remembering the counties of Ireland

There are people who enjoy The Simpsons and then there are people who love The Simpsons so much that they think in terms of the long-running comedy. Brian Quinn is one such member of the latter group.  SEE ALSO: These guys covered 'Baby on Board' from The Simpsons on a rooftop The Irishman was struck with a moment of creative genius. He created a Simpsons-themed way of remembering all 32 of the counties in the island of Ireland using characters' names and faces.
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