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Patricia





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posted: 10.01.2010 23:38

Annette, I am sure that this new money-making enterprise of yours will be more of a success than the time Sarah and I went to breeding rubber duckies.

We just couldn\'t get the little buggers to understand what they were supposed to do.

Good Luck!

P
Patricia





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posted: 10.01.2010 23:30

Annette, that is an absolutely brilliant idea, selling your snow to people in hot climates so they can build an igloo. I\'ve always wanted to build one, but the only available material here is beach sand, and that stuff keeps crumbling, and crumbling, and falling in, you can\'t get up much above 3 or 4 courses, and roofing it over would be impossible. Gawd, the sand in your eyes and hair!

I\'ll arrange for Webbie to send me a containerful about July, it\'s a little too chilly now for a bulding project, unless I do it indoors.

There must be a million others like me who will want to do it, you are going to be rich, girl friend!

P
Patricia





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posted: 10.01.2010 23:05

Awwwww, Jeez, 4ket and pi*k it all, somebody stole Madam Woo\'s Snow Removal Method, and is touting it on the Internet. Thanks for exposing those charlatans, Webbie. Lawsuits will follow.

Total failure re origami cranes in the folding session today. We couldn\'t make heads or tails (pun intended, hehehehehe) out of the instructions, and gave it up until we research it more.

However, Erin taught me to fold a \"Cootie Catcher\", and tell fortunes with it, so it wasn\'t a compete loss. She says her first grade teacher taught them to do it. Now that\'s an excellent teacher, she taught them something very useful, in addition to the alphabet.

I\'m off to take a couple of Advils. Reading all those small print origami instructions gave me a headache. Bummer.

P
Annette

Location:
Germany


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posted: 10.01.2010 20:51

ADVERTISEMENT:

Huge piles of snow to give away for free. Pristine white, fluffy and crystal-like. It perfectly covers the dust and dirt and mud. Great stuff to be used for an igloo, a snowman or to block the roads.

Please, pick it up yourself. Bring some special transporting devices.

Please, call Webbie, if you are interested!!!



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Jerry Veitch

Location:
Canada - Newfoundland


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posted: 10.01.2010 20:50

Woo\'sie me Darlin,

I can see that an invite to a barbie q at your place would be an undertaking not approached lightly. The gastronomic possibilities are endless..... the likelihood of survival....NIL.
phillis





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posted: 10.01.2010 20:07

I loved the image of using a flame thrower to get people out of the path...made me giggle.
Patricia





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posted: 10.01.2010 18:11

Ah, Jerry Veitch, you are a man after Madam Woo\'s own heart, you understand that we must be kind to our environment, or it will come back and bite us in the arse.

The use of personal flame-throwers leaves only biodegradable residue, all those charred mailmen and pets and bushes and grass return peacefully and non-poisonously to Mother Nature.

The Grandgirls are due in momentarily, I must go now. I think we will fold origami cranes today, we didn\'t get to it last week, and I want to suspend some on threads from the corner of my bedroom ceiling. I think that will be very nice.

Thanks for the cleeks, Webbie. Beautiful harmony with the Everly Brothers.

See Ya.

P
  
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Jerry Veitch

Location:
Canada - Newfoundland


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posted: 10.01.2010 17:43

Aye Madame Woo, a woman to die for,

And lessen you snow shy wimps out there think that flame throwers are limited to winter use..consider..a thorough pasting of yon lawn with the beast will ensure that the local lawn Gestapo will cease lawn mowing harassment. Tis much more envoirnmentally peaceful nor Agent Ernge ner depleted Uranium.
Madam Woo

Location:
USA - Louisiana


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posted: 10.01.2010 15:09

Madam Woo, here.

In light of all the problems caused by the cold, snowy weather most of you are experiencing, Madam Woo would like to recommend the personal flame-thrower as a solution.

Vehicle lock frozen up so you canít drive anywhere? One shot with the flame-thrower, and you are In-like-Flynn and on your way. You can have the scorched paint and melted upholstery repaired later.

Need the front walk cleared of snow? Forget the shovels. A few blasts with the flame-thrower, and you have the clearest walk in town. The mailman and the mailbox and any nearby shrubbery can be replaced in the Spring, and an extra bonus is that the mailman will be unable to deliver either junk mail or any bills for a long while.

Continued...

Madam Woo

Location:
USA - Louisiana


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posted: 10.01.2010 15:09



Cont.

Ice fishing? There is no quicker way through 4 inches of the solid water stuff than a shot with your trusty flame-thrower. Just wait until those fish that got caught in the boiling water have floated to the top, and you already have the beginnings of a nice chowder.

A 20 foot diameter circle of snow, ice, automobiles, grass, people, buildings, pets, whatever, can be cleared in a matter of seconds, and you can be sitting on your lawn chair in the middle, enjoying the scorched earth, smoke, and nearby buildings and things around that continue to burn. It will bring your outdoor temperature up by at least 30 degrees, and is even more effective indoors. That antique furniture burns great.

Madam Woo is always ready to help you cope with difficulties in your lives. Youíre welcome

Signed,

Madam Woo DDS, MD, DDP, DSP (Doctor of Snow Problems)

Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 10.01.2010 14:34

Mar





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posted: 10.01.2010 13:51

MarŪa Asunciůn, FELIZ A—O NUEVO!!!! Iíve heard in the news about the huge amounts of snow there, donít get frozen! If you want, send me the recipe for paella (I hardly canít cook a fried egg, I canít describe how to prepare a paella) and Iíll translate it, ok?

Eamon, take care in that snow, and donít get frozen there! Your mail will be welcome any time, but donít worry about it, only when you can

Treasa, Madame Woo, SeŠn, Dermot, Sue, Gary, Jim, Marie, and everyone else, don\'t get too cold also!

Off to have lunch, we\'ll talk longer soon. Take care and have fun (not like me in this cold boring weekend, uugghh...)!
Mar





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posted: 10.01.2010 13:49

Phillis, Iím absolutely tired of going shopping, both in Barcelona before Xmas and in Leůn during them! Such a pity about your grandchildren losing the match, I hope theyíll win next time Haa, haaa, I guess that snuggle blanket would be too big for me too, but so comfortable while you donít move from the coach

Steph, a guy frozen to death??? I guess it must have been in the street, of course, was he a homeless? How sad! Iím sure Coco warms you much more than any type of blanket, right?

Annette, Iíve seen the terrible state of your roads and villages and airports and everything else, all covered by loads of snow, I hope itíll be gone soon, donít get frozen, friend!
Mar





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posted: 10.01.2010 13:47

Mick, you made me cry with your last poem, thank you for it, Iíll remember it in the (distant, I hope) future, when Pepe will have to leave me, itís really nice and consoling Howís Seamus these days? I hope heís feeling much better Donít get frozen in all your snow, I also hope itís gone soon Easter in the Lakes sounds soooo good!!!!

Mike N, hello there, Irish cousin How I wish I was there in your warm area!

Webbie, no wonder you were the only one at the 40 Foot, the water must be frozen there, isnít it? How weird, the images of one of your last cleeks, Alle Porte Del Sole, are taken from a Spanish TV Channel, ha, haaaÖ
Mar





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posted: 10.01.2010 13:46

Liz, glad to know you got the postcard, a bit late thoughÖ I think there was no snow between here and Oz, right? What has the postman been doing all these days, since I put it in the mailbox? By the way, since this very moment youíre punished for having written the full forbidden word (the name of the awful colour), and of course: no pi*k anything for meeee!!!!! Iíll leave the punishment out if you send me the photos of your new grandson, I think I didnít receive them!!!! Send them here, pleeeeaaassseeee!!!!! And loads of kisses for Reghan before she starts school again
Mar





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posted: 10.01.2010 13:44

Mies, you were missed here! Sorry about your daughterís Dalmatian, too sad Haaa, haaa, quite a good comment about your relationship with Mr.M, a complexe one! Tea for me too, please Mmmmmmmm, those chocolate cookies, pi*king goooood!!!!

Mr.Mies, just like you, I hate short days with just a few hours of light, Iím longing for spring and summer Well done, an expert on nutrition told me that salads should be eating in lunch, not in dinner
Mar





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posted: 10.01.2010 13:43

Pat, Iím really sorry about Mrs.Cat, but youíre right, she had a great life, she had loads of fun making you crazy, and you gave her the peaceful rest she deserved, youíll miss her, but sheíll be always in your heart, as you said. A big hug, friend Youíre right, what weíre suffering here is actually a ďClimate ChangeĒ, and itís going to be tough to stand, Iím afraid, thatís what they sayÖ Theyíre just starting to sell those snuggle blankets here, theyíre unknown here yet, they talk about them as something absolutely perfect, thank you for telling me the cons of it (poor Webbie, ďinvitedĒ to ruin his life to get you that brooch, ha, haaa )
Mar





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posted: 10.01.2010 13:41

Hello everyone from a sunny but cold cold Barcelona, I\'m frozen even at home! I have my central heating on, but I\'ll have to use a blanket and to drink hot tea to feel better, I\'m afraid...

What a nice photo in cam-5, Webbie, thanks for opening the main door and taking it, I hope the snow won\'t last too much there, it\'s very nice but very uncomfortable, right?

On Friday night I was watching the show \"Saltimbanco\" by the Cirque du Soleil, it was soooo nice, colourful and funny, specially for a couple of guys who were taken to the stage by the clown and had to interact with him as if they were clowns too, but they did it sooo well and natural that the whole stadium clapped and cheered them, the clown knew how to choose them, ha, haaa!!!
phillis





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posted: 10.01.2010 12:48

Good night, Liz, sweet dreams.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 10.01.2010 12:23

Hi phillis ah my god i tought i was small in hight,god bless ya..well good goods come in small parcles..oh webbie spakes a lot but hides it ..he is a clever man you know he swims in the 40ft every winter thats how good he is for his age..im off to bed now good night god bless all keep warm where ever the cold is love lizxxxx
phillis





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posted: 10.01.2010 11:45

WEll, things have been quite lively on the gb,huh? Pat, I have a snugglie thingy. The hubby got it for me last Christmas. I didn\'t like it too much because it is too much material for me. I toss back my little fleece throw and go about my business. I\'m only 4\'11 tall and the sleeves are much too long. Steph, I\'ll be happy to send you mine! Hello to all newcomers. Mike in CA, how\'s the weather there? My temps are like Pat\'s in Florida. Mr. M, sorry about the sn*w. Ours is finally melted away.

Webbie, how many languages do you speak?
  
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Phillis
Really just two - Irish and English.
I use an online translator
Nadia

Location:
Italy


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posted: 10.01.2010 10:04

Ť meraviglioso avere le immagini in tempo rele del Paese che ho nel cuore.... Grazie!
  
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elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 10.01.2010 09:12

Good evening all..well i can only say jerry in newfoundland you must have giving your granny a hard time to get the clip around the ear hole..haa but im sure it did you no harm your still here ..haa good on granny..patrica oh god i never knew your part of the country could get so cold..all the blankets..stephine haa god i can just see you all now..how about a photo please..keep warm and safe you 2..love lizxxxx
Jack 2

Location:
Australia


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posted: 10.01.2010 08:54

Hi Jack1.

We are looking forward to meeting Margaret to-morrow when you come to our place,from what you have told us she is a bit of ok. did she meet Webbie...Jack2 I can\'t get you on the phone again so I will contact you through the GB
Jack 2

Location:
Australia


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posted: 10.01.2010 06:12

Hello Jack1,I have been trying to phone you but Margaret must be tying up the phone calling her relatives back in Dublin and telling them that it is a bit too hot in Perth and she is missing the snow,anyway I will catch up with you later when she has finished.

Jack2)