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Patricia





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posted: 15.09.2009 21:20

Oops again, Mary Bennett, That should be Bennett with 2 \"t\'s\", not one.

I think I\'ll go lie down in a dark room with a cold cloth on my forehead. That always seems to help Micilin. Hehehehehe.



P
Patricia





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posted: 15.09.2009 21:14

Oops. Sorry, Mary Bennet, It was you who sent in that blackbird and apples pic, not Mike Lester.
  
Webmaster-Comment: I bet you were comparing styles to make that mistake....
Patricia





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posted: 15.09.2009 21:11

Bummer. No softball game todsy. It\'s raining. I\'ll catch the replay or go next week.

I did not see that blackbird, S O\'Muiri, thanks for pointing it out. I looked and looked for something else because of the caption, but couldn\'t see it! I thought his head was a leaf. Good joke, Webbie. Thanks for the nice pic, Mr. Lester.

I guess I\'m only good at spotting Mick Jagger. Hehehehehe.

Pat

S.Ó.Muirí





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posted: 15.09.2009 16:53

Anybody notice the blackbird in the centre of todays pod.Having a good meal of ripe juicy apples.
Patricia





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posted: 15.09.2009 16:15

Gotta go, I\'m in the middle of an artistic project, making a small illustrated storybook for a little boy I know who has cancer. It\'s a story about him and how he loves sharks, and his adventures when his toy shark comes alive. Between printing the text out on the computer and doing the little drawings on the pages, it\'s a job, but all I care about is that it will make him smile, and smiles from him are not plentiful these days. Please send any prayers you have in you heavenward, for his full recovery.

Y\'all keep well.

See Ya.

Pat



  
Webmaster-Comment: We will definitely say many prayers for the little boy and hope he will make a full recovery. May God bless him and bring many smiles and happiness to him.
Patricia





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posted: 15.09.2009 16:12

Yo, Micilin. You are the only person I know who loves Cowboys more than I do. You are also the only person I know who has his name written on a piece of paper slipped into a deep crack in the walls of the Alamo in a mystical effort to bring him there someday...I know that\'s true, because I am the one who put it there. We are going to get you on a plane, yet.

Take Care.

P
Patricia





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posted: 15.09.2009 15:54

I read the headline of a story in the RTE News today about a pair of 2000 year old human feet found in the attic of a Dublin house, but I can\'t get the video on the story details.

How intrigueing (intreging? intregueing? intre....?) never mind, how interesting, did somebody dig them up out of your Irish bogs, which I understand have amazing preservative ability, so that bodies from the middle ages are sometimes dug up there, with their clothing still intact. But why just feet? And 2000 years old is very old. Bizarrre. Somebody please tell me the rest of the story.

  
Webmaster-Comment: ....will look for the story........yes bogs are cool and in the past butter had been preserved buried in bogland.
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 15.09.2009 15:54

YEEHAH Phillis - Got room in the bunkhouse for a little un?
Patricia





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posted: 15.09.2009 15:43

Glad you have almost licked the dog/skunk problem. Strangely, skunks are not nearly so common in Florida as in most other places, but we are overrun with armadillos, they are always getting hit by cars at night, don\'t seem to have any smarts at all about getting out of the way.

Nice cleek, Webbie. I don\'t know that \"Chris DeBurgh\", is it? French, is he? Damn romantic, those Frenchmen. We have one here, who every time he sees me tells me I am so beautiful, I must come to his restaurant. Hmmmm. They\'re crafty, too.

  
Webmaster-Comment:
Christy Burke
His daughter was Miss World a few years ago.

Liz was the Lady in Red at her daughters wedding and was turning heads right, left and centre.
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 15.09.2009 15:23

Mornin\'...

We\'ve got a rainy day here too, Guys. I hope it clears by late afternoon, I want to go see Erin play softball in Thomasville.

I love cowboys, Phillis, we\'ve got some here, too. They take great delight in lying to you, to see how much of their tall tales you\'ll believe. We\'ve got a few herds of Texas Longhorns, feriocious buggers, but mostly Brahmin crosses, they stand the heat well.

Google up \"Bone Mizell\", a legendary Florida Cracker cowboy. Wonderful stories.

Phillis

Location:
USA - Texas


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posted: 15.09.2009 13:56

Cowboys? Yes...the real kind. With horses and ropes and wrangling cattle. We live in a rural area where cows and oil reign supreme. Not as elegant as the movies would portray. In truth, most people around here spend more money on their barn than their house!



Speaking of houses, mine is somewhat back to normal. Occassionally a whiff of skunk comes through, but for the most part we are basically de-skunked. Tomato Juice works wonders...



So grateful for the welcomes.
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 15.09.2009 13:15

Whatho old beans.

Now then Jack don\'t throw your dummy out of the pram.

Wotcha mean Crocodile Dundee\'s not real, course he is, I saw him on the telly at the weekend.

Hello Phillis old gel and welcome to the GB.

I don\'t suppose your related to any cowboys by any chance.

Annette - Lovely sunshine on Sat, but downhill since then with a chill wind from the east.

elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 15.09.2009 11:21

Hey jack 2 the only blood boiling here is old jacks he is hot under the collor for some reason..haa silly bugger..im off to bed now good night god bless all ..be good you old goats ok ..love lizxxxx
Jack 2

Location:
Australia


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posted: 15.09.2009 08:26

Well all you people from around the world,a good bit of stirring keep\'s the blood on the boil and keeps your mind active........Jack 2

Ps I will keep stirring the pot
Jack 2

Location:
Australia


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posted: 15.09.2009 07:12

Jack 1

You forgot the Whippet\'s a mate of mine had one in the UK had one for hunting.



Jack 2
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 15.09.2009 07:03

jack1

Location:
Australia


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posted: 15.09.2009 00:51

mike the English brought the foxes and rabbits here for the sport of shooting and what about the hares get your greyhounds to do a bit of coursing...... you are the joker
jack1

Location:
Australia


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posted: 15.09.2009 00:43

mick in England i think you need a few lessons about the feral animals in aust go to google and type in feral animals in aust...and do a bit of reading ...don\'t just sit there and try to tell us here what is right or wrong as for crocodile dundee that is just a stage name and like the name he is just a big joke and will not pay his taxes not a very nice man ....now you get back in your box and read .. you will see what the english done to the wild life of this country



when it comes to ferals i do not joke
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 14.09.2009 22:09

Hello annette ah god i dont let them jacks get me down ..they are 2 lonely old buggers..no i wount forget the photos ok ..keep well love lizxxxx
Annette





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posted: 14.09.2009 19:32

Liz, you are up very early today. It\'s nice you had a great day with your daughter. Please, don\'t forget me when you send some photos round. And don\'t let the 2 Jacks get you down.

I will try to read back a bit and perhaps answer some mails. There are dozens of them in my mail box.

To all I missed.



Annette

Location:
Germany


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posted: 14.09.2009 19:31

Hello Phillis from Texas. Welcome in our round on the GB. I\'m pretty fine though it\'s raining cats and dogs here and I hate it right now. We were waiting for rain after a long period of sunshine and heat. But, now, enough is enough. Funny story with your dog. Anyway for us who don\'t have to clean their houses. hehehehe

Mick, I always tried to send some sunshine to you but it didn\'t want to leave us. So, I had to keep it myself. But some days ago we got the first rain. That means you must have our sunshine now. I hope for you.

Hello everyone, it was pretty quiet here the last days. But I can\'t complain. I wasn\'t here either. Franka is still here and that means that I share my already rare spare time with her. We were in a town near here last Saturday to visit a concert and also had a nice afternoon. \'Shopping for girls\' you know... hehehehe

elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 14.09.2009 19:01

Good morning all at almost 5am..thank you miclin now thats one good man he is a gentle man at that..would not hurt a fly.onlike you 2 geesers..yes i would kill a 67 year old..like you both.jacks..feed you too the crocks..phillis haa god women you will have one smelly house god ..iwish you well in cleaning it..good luck..love lizxxx
Phillis

Location:
USA - Texas


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posted: 14.09.2009 17:28

If you\'re referring to me as the \"lady from Texas\", I\'m still here! (although I saw one other who was from Texas)Just been off-line a bit. Busy with weekend football and migraine headaches from the weather changes (ugh). Dog was sprayed by skunk. Not only washing dog, but anything else I can stick in the laundry as the dog ran through the house before I realized what had happened!



And how is everyone else?
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 14.09.2009 15:56

Hello chaps

I say you Jack jokers, you are a pair of rotters picking on Liz.

Have you no shame - Crocodile Dundee would never behave like that to a lady.

Maybe someone should teach you some manners with a good old fashioned punch up the throat.

And as for shooting cats in cages - hardly sporting old fellows is it?

What\'s happened to the lady from Texas?

Jack 2

Location:
Australia


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posted: 14.09.2009 13:33

You tell fib\'s lizzie you said you were going to bed,if you got a 67 year old he would have to be dead.



Goodnight Elizabeth