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elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 20.01.2010 20:15

Treasa yes the ram was a ram long before the computer come along ..and still holds im sure ..as we use to say in dublin you dirty old ram haa if a boyfriend tryed to hit on us ..ah the good old days..i use to love the goats in dublin they walked across the main road in montjoy squire and injoy eating the grass in the park ..it was lovely .as kids we never bothered them ..love lizxxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 20.01.2010 20:08

Goos morning all..treasa ah yes i also got some copper in my hair it looks good..i want a change in my hair .but its nice now ..its great to see you here more ofton now it makes the it like the whole family is here again ..goodnews about the boss and yourself soon please god..patrica did you have a red setter they are lovely..yes dogs are clever ..mr mies i had to picture in my mind about the goat haa i can just see it.. love lizxxx
Patricia





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posted: 20.01.2010 16:15

Very funny joke about the 100 Mile per hour goat, Mr. Mies. It put a perfect picture in my mind of that goat flying off the edge of the cliff.

Which reminds me of something else that made me laugh a few days ago...someone called someone a \"Deich punt cruimh\" in Irish, which translated (I think) into a \"10 pound maggot\", and though I think there is more to the expression than that literal translation, I got an immediate picture in my head of a maggot weighing 10 pounds, and haven\'t been able to exorcise it. It\'s awful.

Continued...

Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 20.01.2010 16:14



Cont.

Mental images are very powerful, and in a way a more primitive way of thinking, doesn\'t need words at all. It is thought that animals think in mental pictures, but that a word that they know can trigger a memory for them, and it is a memory in pictures. My Irish Setter, Kerry, loved to go visit Susie on the farm, and just hearing the work \"farm\" made her tear off to get her leash, hoping to go there. But if she couldn\'t go, she would just sit and listen very attentively to you talk about the farm, and obviously enjoyed that tremendously. It made her happy to remember, and she couldn\'t remember unless you said the words connected with the mental images. That is why you should tell your dog a story, sometimes. There\'s hint for you from a dog lover. You\'re welcome.

Gotta go to work today. Y\'all be good.

Pat
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 20.01.2010 11:08

Hey Liz,

We bumped into each other there. You are getting into your PJs and I am getting out of mine.... Good night and sweet dreams.

Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 20.01.2010 11:06



Morning everyone.

Lovely, bright, sunny, blue sky day here in the Kingdom.

A little frost early on, but it\'s cleared now and I do believe there is a hint (yes just a very little hint) of Spring in the air.

Loved \'The Blue Rinse\' brigade. Though I did see a couple of renegades with a splash of red (I prefer red myself).

Phillis, the blue (or red), is akin to your \'branding\' of animals. Yes, we paint them!!! \'Blue rinse\' refers to a style women had years ago when a blue or purple rinse was applied to greying hair.

Liz, yes I still have much of my own colour hair, but like to sprinkle coppers and blondes through it - livens it up a bit, as my hair is very straight and fine.





Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 20.01.2010 11:05



Tomorrow I\'m off to Dublin with \'The Boss\' for his 3 monthly meeting with his oncologist. He will drive, which is great, because I can sleep... I love sleeping on long journeys, (when someone else is driving of course).

Then Friday we are off to Limerick for appointment with my Cardiologist. He is a little cautious about letting me drive long journeys myself as I become quiet tired. I prefer to drive to Limerick myself, as I get to visit all my relations and can take my own time. But, I can do that next week.

Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 20.01.2010 11:04





Ah Patricia you picked out the Ram. He is a nasty fellow just out to satisfy his own needs. Yes indeed, the Devil himself. Now a ram was a ram ever before computers were invented. So I don\'t know how the ram got into computers. Someone might know, if so, share the knowledge. Thanks.

Mr. Mies, I loved the joke, it is so nice to have a laugh.

It\'s the way you tell it... Thanks for cheering me up.

Anyway better get out of the PJs and smarten myself up..

Take care everyone, catch you all later.

Treasa.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 20.01.2010 10:59

Hi phillis i hope ypu feel better soon please god..im off to bed now a early start ..i got a date ..so good night night god bless all love lizxx
phillis





IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.5; AOLBui
posted: 20.01.2010 08:45

Ah, Mr. M! Your goat joke started my day off with a big laugh. Loved it!

The physical therapist manipulated my shoulder into agony. Jack2, I thought you said this would be good for me!!

So good to see my classmates again, even though I felt quite lost in the beginning. Hope it gets better.

How in the world is everybody?

I have to ask, why are the goats blue?
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 20.01.2010 08:20

Oh webbie all the old goats are let out..i see jack in the dark coat haaa ..great photo mr westlake thank you..webbie im still trying to place the bridge on the docklands..its lovely ..but where abouts is it before the custom house or after it ..love lizxxx
Jamie

Location:
USA - Maryland


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posted: 20.01.2010 05:18

I look at these webcams almost every day and remember my trip to Ireland a few years ago. I miss it and will be back to the Emerald Isle soon!
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 20.01.2010 05:14

(cont.)

While they are standing there looking at each other looking in the hole and trying to figure out what that was all about, an old farmer walks up. \"Say there,\" says the farmer, \"you fellers didn\'t happen to see my goat around here anywhere, did you?\"



The first hunter says, \"Funny you should ask, but we were just standing here a minute ago and a goat came running out of the bushes doin\' about a hunert miles an hour and jumped headfirst into this hole here!\"



The old farmer said, \"Why that\'s impossible, I had him chained to a transmission!\"
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; en-US; rv
posted: 20.01.2010 05:13

100 MPH Goat

Two rednecks are out hunting, and as they are walking along they come upon a huge hole in the ground. They approach it and are amazed by the size of it. The first hunter says \"Wow, that\'s some hole; I can\'t even see the bottom. I wonder how deep it is.\"



The second hunter says, \"I don\'t know, but let\'s throw something down and listen and see how long it takes to hit bottom.\"



The first hunter says, \"There\'s this old automobile transmission here, give me a hand and we\'ll throw it in and see.\" So they pick it up and carry it over, and count one, and two and three, and throw it in the hole. They are standing there listening and looking over the edge and they hear a rustling in the brush behind them. They turn around just in time to see a goat come crashing through the brush, run up to the hole and without hesitation, jump in head first!

(cont.)
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 20.01.2010 05:08

Nice picture today on CAM5 Thanks again Mark. Reminds me of a joke I just heard, I\'ll post it.

Pat-The one in the middle is like me, the black sheep of the family
Patricia





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posted: 20.01.2010 03:01

Thanks, Annette. I figured it had to have something to do with the format. I have all those you posted before, it was great of you to find those. I can go and get them from a Word document and they show up correctly on the GB, and I have already used the musical notes. I thought it would be particularly neat to have the thumbs-up and thumbs-down, the meaning of them is so immediately recognizable, but they just will not translate, and it just shows me that little square when I try to put them in a post. We\'ve already been told by Webbie that we can\'t have any new smilies, that it would disrupt the existing program for posting, and I don\'t want to do that. I\'m still searching for some usable symbols, so if you see strange postings, Mies, I\'ve not gone bonkers, It\'s just an experimenter at work. Maybe I need a \"MEN WORKING\" sign to put on those posts to warn you. Or, more correctly, a \"WOMAN WORKING\" sign. I\'ll try not to break the GB, Webbie. Hehehehehe.

P

Patricia





IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1;
posted: 20.01.2010 02:45

Ha, I love the blue critters on CAM 5 today, Mark Westlake. None of that bunch is going to win any beauty contests...there must be 75 versions of UG-LY in that bunch. And who is that black fella with the dirty brown fur cape in the middle? He looks like the devil himself, horns and cloven feet and all! Gawd, that\'s a great picture. Thanks!

Pat
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv
posted: 20.01.2010 01:44

Thank you mies i still got most of my own colour yet but ..as it will go gray sooner or later why not ..it feels good ..yes patrica what are you and annette doing are you trying to make more smilys..we really need more ok webbie love lizxxx
Mies





IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv
posted: 20.01.2010 00:34

Liz, blonde? It\'s nice to have a change.

Annette, I\'ve heard that about onion being good for coughs & colds. A lot of Vit. C in onions...Not good for breath, but no one wants to get near you with a cold any way. I don\'t know what you and Pat are doing with the symbols but looks fun.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv
posted: 19.01.2010 21:54

Hi annette ah yes we need a good treat once in a while..im part blonde now haa its real nice i must say..i think webbie likes blondes anyway..ah that after the snow we called it sluch ..its shocking mess..treasa yes its lovely to have her back ..i hope this year is good for her love lizxxxx
Annette





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posted: 19.01.2010 21:25

Pat, do you remember my mazy signs some time ago? That was when I tried to copy the interroband and some other symbols here. But Webbie\'s font type doesn\'t support some of the symbols. That\'s why your celtic cross and some others didn\'t come out. Here are the symbols that worked well. I hope anyway...

☺ ☻ ☼ ♠ ♣ ♦ ♥ ♪ ♫ ☺ ☼ ♥ ♪ ♫ @

And I hope Webbie won\'t throw us out of the GB. hehehe



Annette

Location:
Germany


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; de; rv:1.
posted: 19.01.2010 21:24

Rain, rain, nothing but rain here for the last two days. Our snow is melted down and there are the dirty piles of iced sand, stones and grit left that I don\'t like. I can cope with the snow and the cold but I hate the present wishy-washy weather that can\'t really decide for one direction.

Teresa, it\'s so nice to see you on here. Try to enjoy the quiet time. That will do you good.

Mick, we prepare a chopped onion with honey and take the \'onion juice\' against the cough. It helps very well.

Liz, sounds as you had a lovely treat. That\'s something that we girls need from time to time, right?

Mr Mies, thanks for the e-mail. Great duck pictures there and funny story about Molly. But be good and clean your boots now. hehehe

Phillis, hope your day went well.

elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv
posted: 19.01.2010 21:02

Good morning all.well treasa great to see you here again ..thank god..you getting back to your old self..ah treasa i only remember dublin in the old days gray dull guinness horses pulling the barrles of poter ..when the docks where busy..and coal dust blowing about..living in a fog most of the time..it does look cleaner now..mr mies ah you got a clever dog i must say..she soon will be parting the waters haa ..love lizxxx
Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv
posted: 19.01.2010 20:17

Hello all...

Nice day here again.

Yes, Mr. M is taken with Molly. I\'m lucky she\'s just a dog.

In Spokane, We were hosts for The Expo 74 World\'s Fair. A clean up of our downtown area around the river took place. It was a very bad area with railroad tracks, & a place for bums & crime etc. It recieved a face lift and a new name, Riverfront Park. You wouldn\'t recognize it if you\'d seen it before. Our clock tower, from the times when the train station was thankfully restored and we now have a an Opera House, Convention Center, and a nice park for summer concerts by the water. We\'ve sent photos of the falls around last spring.
Patricia





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posted: 19.01.2010 14:48

Ha, it must have been funny to see Molly after she had tried to walk on water, Mr. Mies. I think you are very fond of Molly, she sounds like one of those critters who are so endearing because they are so expressive, real divas. Would the masculine of that be \"divos\"? Whatever.

Bye!

P