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elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 30.11.2009 10:46

Thank you phillis ah yes his name is byron ..all went well thank god ..im so relived im tired now haaa so ill say good night now god bless all love lizxxx
phillis





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posted: 30.11.2009 10:06

Congrats, Liz. Praise God all are well. What\'s his name?

Funny, Mr. M: \"West Side Story\". Mies, I love musicals, too. I\'m addicted to the Turner Classic Movie Channel. It\'s virtually all I watch on tv.

Happy Monday to all. Late for work. TTFN
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 30.11.2009 07:47

Thank you webbie and mr mies ah yes its a blessing a baby abut the family..one good thing i can hand him back haaa ah no im mean ...love lizxxxx
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 30.11.2009 07:04



Great news Liz.



Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 30.11.2009 06:48

That\'s great news Liz. Give our best to Mom & Dad.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 30.11.2009 06:32

Hi all great news im a nana again thank god all went well both mother and baby are doing well and so is dad..lol yes ahhhhhhhhh god i was like the waiting dad but worst i think haa ..love lizxxx
  
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Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 30.11.2009 05:08

Yup she\'s a sucker for musicals one of her favorite \"WESTERNS\" was West Side Story
Mies





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posted: 30.11.2009 05:07

Whoops! that should be \"shoot \'em up\"...

Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 30.11.2009 05:00

UH-OH...Glad Pat signed off early before she saw this...tsk tsk..no new photo on Cam 5...Her life would be ruined for sure...

Phillis, Yep, you\'re right. Singing Soprano & Westerns don\'t mix...On cattle drives high notes could scare the cows, start a STAMPEDE! It would also be impossible to sneak up on cattle rustlers screeching out a song..Only sissy cowboys sing soprano & cowgirls too.....None of that for me! Give my a good ol\' shoot up \'em and ride them hard & put them away wet movie.

Okay, I\'ll admit it. I did Like Webbie\'s cleek and the Oklahoma movie too. I\'m a sucker for a musical...

Night all
pod on the lam

Location:
French Southern Territories


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posted: 29.11.2009 23:42

*hic* how dry i yam....how dry i\'ll be...but i cannot find thee pod...
Mar





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posted: 29.11.2009 23:04

Hello and goodbye, I\'m going to bed right now. I hope you had a good weekend and that you\'ll have a great week, we\'ll tell each other about it soon. Hugs and kisses for everyone!
phillis





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posted: 29.11.2009 22:36

Okay, Mies, maybe a chic flick western. But I still say anytime one of the stars sings soprano, it ain\'t a true western. LOL
Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 29.11.2009 22:06

Happy Birthday Seamus, you devil you (still one of my favorite photos of you)...

OOOOklahoma! Where the wind comes sweepin\' down the plain...That WAS a Western...A chic Flick western..

Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 29.11.2009 20:26

HAPPY BIRTHDAY Seamus

Mick-Yeah Oklahoma was a western, like Paint Your Wagon & 7 Brides For 7 Brothers. Several years ago our local theater company did Oklahoma, they couldn,t find any blank cartridges here, so they asked me to load them some. I put together several combo\'s & the first one they tried, one of the heavier loads, blew a large drop curtain down. I guess lots of smoke & noise wasn\'t the effect they were after
  
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elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 29.11.2009 19:55

Good morning all well waiting for the arrivel of my new grandson today please god say a prayer its their first baby ohhhhhhhhh its lovely my baby boy going to be a daddy ..phillis mash is mash patatoes.its a good irish and english food we love it..hey miclin haa god on ya a man after me own heart..look after the ould chest too..oh stephen king god come to my daughters home she has all the books he wrote..janey mack .well jack wount be in dublin till 15 december please god with the old mot.they will be washed away and he wanted me to go at that time..MAD MAD...hi jack 2ah do you miss the old sod ..haaa .phillis im glad you told us what the pan handle was..patrica have a love time with the grand girls ..love lizxxxxx
Patricia





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posted: 29.11.2009 16:50

Holy Mackerel, Webbie. Truly great cleeks. Lots of good guitar, did you know that Django Reinhart is a gypsy? Acker Bilk, really can do Dixieland, but it is kind of strange to see, what is that person\'s ethnicity, (Hungarian?) singing \"I went down to the St. James Infirmary\" on that page.

Well, I\'m wired, now.

Grandgirls are coming in today, got to check the cookie supply.

Bye!

Pat
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 29.11.2009 14:24

phillis





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posted: 29.11.2009 13:52

And Mick, what is \"mash\" in the UK? In Texas, it refers to homemade liquor also known as \"white lightening\". Bootleggers sold it by the pint or quart during our prohibition time in the 1920\'s and 30\'s. I actually tasted it for the first time not too long ago. First of October, actually. Strong stuff.
phillis





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posted: 29.11.2009 13:45

Watched the Irish movie \"The Commitments\" yesterday. Curious about a term often used in the film. So, pardon me if it is an inappropriate P**k type word, but, from where does the term \"poxy\" derive?
phillis





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posted: 29.11.2009 13:41

Oklahoma as a cowboy movie? Now that\'s funny. Poor Mick!

The panhandle is the bit of the state which extends beyond the \"rectangle\" part of any state. Oklahoma has one. It\'s the skinny part which is in the northwest corner of the state. Florida has one too. On Texas, it\'s a bit less obvious. It\'s the wide northwestern section of the state which extends north. The term probably originates from the image of a skillet\'s handle. Looks as though you might pick up the state off a map by lifting it at the handle. Help any?

Stephen King is \"the man\" if you ask my brother. I\'ll have to borrow Under the Dome from him. His is definitely a creative mind. Firestarter was my first experience. Oh how intensely written!

Happy Sunday, Pat, and everyone else. No work at all for me today. Except infernal laundry...

I like the dynamite idea for monkey grass. My grandfather was a blaster with his own company. Maybe able to send you some samples, Pat. LOL
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 29.11.2009 12:39

Howdy pardners

Yo Texas - My dear ol\' departed ma, bless her cotton socks, took me to see Oklahoma at the local cinema when I was a sprog. Told me it was a cowboy film - don\'t think I ever fully recovered from the trauma.

What exactly is the panhandle?

Speaking as a whingeing pom/limey who likes a good moan, soaking in the bath with a good book sounds like bliss.

Still engrossed in Stephen King\'s Under The Dome, what a penman.

Liz - Pleasant dreams.

Sausage casserole and mash for dinner/lunch - depends if you\'re posh or not - scrummy.

janey mack

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 29.11.2009 12:35

Elizabeth, has that Ned kelly left Australia yet,well to-day in Dublin it is pouring down with rain and lots of wind from a dirty point.Hope he has brought a life boy with him as well as his Mot.
mick (aka micilin

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 29.11.2009 12:24

Whatho chaps

Looks like another damp day in Dublin.

Not raining here at the moment, but a big bunch of black clouds pushing in from the west so I guess we\'re in for another soaking

Mar - Not so dusty me ol\' mucker thanks for asking. But I am still fighting this darn chest infection and am due back at the doc\'s tomorrow.

Happy birthday Sean and happy birthday Seamus. Little ol\' dog\'s three today - don\'t seem possible.

Patricia - Monkey grass - that\'s a new one on me. Sounds like what we call twitch. Only way to get rid of the darn stuff is to pick the roots out out inch by inch and burn them. Cut it in half and you\'ve got double trouble.
Jack 2

Location:
Australia


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posted: 29.11.2009 11:29

Try Again.

GOODNIGHT ELIZABETH.
Jack 2

Location:
Australia


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posted: 29.11.2009 11:25

GOODNIGHT ELIZABETH.:0):0)