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Joseph Crook

Location:
UK - England - North


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posted: 27.01.2010 19:04

Nice site.
phillis





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posted: 27.01.2010 17:26

Home from physical therapy (ouch) and preparing for the ice storm that is supposed to arrive tomorrow. Ice storms are horrible, power lines down, wrecks, not to mention the cold! I hope it clears up by Friday as I am supposed to work the Emergency Room this weekend...

Hope everyone is having a good day/night.
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 27.01.2010 16:08

Howdy pardners.

Guess what - it\'s RAINING AGAIN.

Mar/Pat - Hope y\'all feel better soon.

Quiet sort of week at the cutting edge of local journalism, but I daresay something will turn up.

Nice pic of the Cornish coast.

Spent a fortnight there one summer defending some sand dunes against an imaginary invasion force - spiffing beaches as I recall.

Patricia





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posted: 27.01.2010 15:38

I do not understand your motivation , Jack 1, in using this GB to constantly pick at Liz re her lifestyle. Are we in a contest as to who lives in the best place, or conducts their life in a superior way? Are we going to declare a winner at some point? Phillis has just told us about her home and area…I find that interesting and informative, not knowing that part of Texas at all, but I don’t feel the need to make an unflattering comment that relates it to how or where Liz lives. I’m sure we have all chosen our own location and lifestyle according to our individual needs and wants, and that is not reasonably open to criticism by anybody else. You are obsessive, get over it.

Patricia





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posted: 27.01.2010 15:36

The weather here is not too bad, sunny today and will get up to mid 60sF. Still a little cool at night for me, but no freezes, and I\'ve got daffodils up about 4 inches high, I always love to see that. To me, a short winter is a good winter, if you must have winter at all.

Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 27.01.2010 15:24

Mornin\'...

Mar, you must have given me your cold, I\'ve got a bad sore throat and a fever and am staying in today. I hope we are both better soon.

President Obama wil be making a major address to the nation today. Of course, some contents are always leaked to the press beforehand, but the only way to really understand is to listen to get even an inkling of what\'s going on. It hasn\'t been an easy year for him, it\'s never as easy as campaign rhetoric makes it sound, and many people are disgusted at the display of raw partisan politics he has encountered. He\'ll have to get into the fray and fight harder for any reforms he wants, not just talk about them and expect the Legislature to do anything. That\'s the way our system works. I have no confidence in Congress, it\'s owned by powerful lobbyists, and that\'s a place we need reform.

elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 27.01.2010 11:12

Hi phillis ah well its good you drive i did not like it ..but i do really well getting about here as the places i need are not too far away..so i injoy my time out when i do get there.as i like shopping and meeting people ..its fun for me a good chat and laugh its all i need .im off to bed now good night god bless all love lizxxxx
phillis





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posted: 27.01.2010 09:07

Mr. M, I bet that was a 1/2 trip you\'ll never forget!

Yes, Jack1, it\'s not too bad when you have vehicles to travel in. There are no bus services and taxis are outrageously expensive in this area. We are blessed to have cars and motorcycles, even a boat. The hubby likes his toys, after all. If it weren\'t for the freedom of these vehicles, we would be in a pickle as there is no work or entertainment locally. But the easy pace of living and knowing all the neighbors and the relative safety of the area are worth all the inconveniences. And besides, it\'s where the grandkids are!

How fortunate you are to be able to travel so much. And to make lasting friendships.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 27.01.2010 05:56

Ah jack1 your a sad old soul..cant injoy a laugh dont mind your own buisenss sticks your nose where it does not belong ..and telling people how to live their lives..so do you pay for my cab fair do you pay my rates do you do anything for me.. your as mean as ditch water..so belt up old fella..lizxxxx
jack1

Location:
Australia


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posted: 27.01.2010 02:02

jack2 you are not listening i told you not to take any notice of the bull that comes out of qld./// phillis you are well set up there shops are not too far away i think you might have a vehicle to get you there and back you would not have to get taxi cabs all the time like some i know no shops and no bus service close by.//// i also have a lady friend from the gold coast in queensland and another from albany in west aust who come and visit me now and then these are friends i have met on my many trips ///EVEN THE WEBBIE IS WELCOME HERE we did have a couple of good sessions while i was in dublin but i had to leave early on account of the weather cya later off to the lunchon with the radio clup today
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 27.01.2010 00:11

Mar-The 1/2 trip was when we got to Point-No-Point (1/2 way there)& hit some very bad weather. We jettisoned every thing we could throw out of the plane, turned around & returned to California. We landed with about 15 minutes of fuel left.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 26.01.2010 22:40

Good morning all yes miclin i had a lovely australia day ..lovely and warm sorry annette ..a tinnie is a cold can of beer phillis witch i dont drink ..but lots of people here do drink it..but i got my guinness its gods own drink..mar thank you .just take care of that chest its sound bad but the cold does not help it ..i know ..mike ca dont send storms to texas they will be blowing away ..you dont want that..do you..annette ah yor mean sending the mieses more snow ..now women madam woo will have your hide..ok.stephine god to see all is well with you and bruce keep it up summer is close love lizxxxx;da
Mar





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posted: 26.01.2010 21:47

Off to see some TV for a short while and then to bed, we\'ll see if I go to work tomorrow, or if I stay at home... I hope you\'ll have a great Wednesday, take care and have all the fun you can!
Mar





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posted: 26.01.2010 21:45

Mies, where are you, friend? Planning your trip to Hawaii?

Mr.Mies, how can anyone be in a place 3 ½ times? I can’t understand the ½ time… Wouldn’t you like to visit Barcelona or León in Spain? You know you’re always welcome in both places Wow, you lived an earthquake, I have never lived one and I hope I never will! I envy your soft weather there, I wish I had it too

Pat, and where are you too? You\'re off just one day and I miss you a lot here

Damon, Kathleen, Treasa, Madame Woo, María Asunción, Seán, Dermot, Sue, Gary, Jim, Eamon, come back soon too, please!
Mar





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posted: 26.01.2010 21:43

Phillis, YOU’RE OFF TO WHAT???? Didn’t I teach you anything? Didn’t I teach you to refuse any contact with any pi*k whatever??? Oooh, I had faith in you, but I see you’re just another current woman loving that awful colour, I feel sooooo deceived… Apart of the rattlesnakes and the tornadoes, I’d love to visit Texas some day, specially those rolling hills and rivers In this page, NOTHING is TMI (too much information), I think Thank you for your concern about my health, I’ll be feeling much better quite soon, I’m sure Maybe some day we’ll meet in Dublin, and Liz and all the others will join us, who knows…
Mar





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posted: 26.01.2010 21:41

Steph, I’m glad to know your nose is not like mine these days, that’s the last thing you need to have, I tell you! Did you get that sn*w today? I hope not How\'s Bruce, by the way?

Annette, -20º? Oooh, my god, only thinking of it makes me feel cold! Use all your sweaters (all at one time, I mean) and try to stay indoors, please! And please, make sure that when you send the pi*king sn*w to the Mieses, it doesn’t go through or near Barcelona, ok? Try to make it go through the north of France, for example

Mike N, lucky you, travelling in these old trains, it must have been nice How nice, sending storms to Phillis, bad boy!
Mar





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posted: 26.01.2010 21:40

Webbie, thanks for the last cleeks, all these old trains are so beautiful, and some photos of the wrecked old trains are impressive

Liz, Happy Australia Day (it’s still Tuesday 26th here…), I hope you had a great party day full of BBQ’s and fun! It’s DARK REEEEEEDDDD!!!!!!

Mick,go back to the sawbones if needed, don’t let that toe go worse, OK??? Thanks so much for your nice words to me, friend, it’s so easy to be lovely with people like you and all the others here

Jeanie, you ARE a busy girl, that’s why days go so fast for you, I guess…
Mar





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posted: 26.01.2010 21:38

Hello everyone, I won\'t say I\'m feeling better because I don\'t like to lie to you (I never do it), this morning I went to the office and I could only resist one hour there, I had to go back home and I went straight to bed, and I was sleeping until 3pm! It made me good to sleep so much, I had slept just a little bit last night (because I couldn\'t breathe properly) and my head was aching terribly this morning, but I feel better now, absolutely exahusted, but at least I\'m starting to breathe again, I hope I\'ll tell you that I\'m feeling great quite soon, ok?

By the way, I hope you\'re all ok
Annette

Location:
Germany


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posted: 26.01.2010 20:58

Phillis, that was a wonderful post about your part of the country and your life. A neat little story and absolutely not TMI. I liked it. Perfect for me to learn Englisch as there are always a few English words that I don\'t know.

Steph, it\'s so good that you count the days until spring. It\'s sooooooo cold here (-20°C/-4F) and I can\'t wait for spring to come.

...hmmmmm... there is no other possibility... I\'m going to lead the snow and the cold to the Mieses. They didn\'t get much this winter.

I liked the old steam engines in Webbie\'s cleeks. What a great way to travel.





phillis





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posted: 26.01.2010 18:50

I\'m off to the Pink Ladies Meeting, then on to class tonight. You won\'t be hearing much from me later, I promise!
phillis





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posted: 26.01.2010 18:48

Mike, you\'ve sent the sn*w, too! More to arrive on Thursday! Thanks, old buddy.



Mick, Texican is a term rarely used any more. One is either Texan or Mexican nowadays. Or there is Tex-Mex as in a specialized mix of food or music which combines bits of both cultures.



What\'s a \'tinnie\'...and Happy Australia Day to the Land Down Under.

Mr. Mies, is that story about Teddy Roosevelt and the snake true? I imagine it could be if he were in the Amazon...such horror.

Mike

Location:
USA - California


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posted: 26.01.2010 17:00



Thank you Webbie for the cleeks,,,good way to start a day.As young boy I used to go down to the train yard and \" bum\" rides on those old steam engins. Hello Phillis,look out we are sending anouther storm on to Texas from California..more rain.



Mick Have you started writing your book or are you waiting till you retire? Be good everbody see you later



Mike N California
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 26.01.2010 15:41

Hello chaps

Mar - What a lovely person you are. Thought the toe might be getting better by now, but it still hurts like blazes and reckon I might have to go back to the sawbones.

Yo Phillis- Sounds lovely - Red River - Wichita Falls - names to conjure with while sitting at a desk in the Bedfordshire badlands. What\'s a Texican by the way or is that a name John Wayne made up?

Liz me ol\' wombat - Hope you had a great Australia day with lots of tinnies and barby, LUV U.

S.O. Muiri- You\'re not that far away as the crow flies.
phillis





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posted: 26.01.2010 15:12

Jack 2, you\'ve mentioned Gosnells before and I had looked it up. Until then, I had not been familiar with Gosnells. This just further proves American ignorance in geography. Yes, it is a small town. Population less than 400 people. If one were to add the horses and cows, it would be an entirely different story! lol
Jack 2

Location:
Australia


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posted: 26.01.2010 12:40

Sorry Phillis we have a population of 91.000 it was only very small when we first moved here in 1972 but it has grown and grown......Jack2