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Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 12.09.2009 15:06

Mornin\'..

\'Night, Liz. Sleep tight.

Phillis, normally O\'Shea\'s closes at midnight, but I think sometimes they have extended hours if there has been a big game or something on that day. But they do still go milling around on the streets after hours, talking on their cell phones all the time. Seem to be a very social, gregarious group.

Nice shot of Montreal buildings and the flowers are beautiful, Dee Langevin. Thank you. And that was a lovely Eamon we had yesterday.

Looks sunny in Dublin today (on the CAMS), people are walking around with no jackets again as in high Summer. That would be called \"Indian Summer\" here, when a warm spell comes back late in the season, and it is usually very much enjoyed.

Hope you all are having a nice weekend.

Pat
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 12.09.2009 14:09

Well i had a great evening at my daughters reception it was great ill post some photos soon please god ok..im off to bed now good night god bless all love lizxxx
Phillis





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posted: 12.09.2009 05:12

What time do the pubs close in Ireland? I logged on to see people loitering in front of O\'Shea\'s at 4:45AM Ireland time...way past closing in Texas! Course, it was only 10:45PM here.
Jack 2

Location:
Australia


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posted: 12.09.2009 04:13

Patricia.

Jack 1 is here with me and we have been discussing about feral animals that need culling in Australia that are introduced animals such as...Rabbits,foxes,wild horses,camels,buffalo,CATS,goats,CANE TOADS FROM QUEENSLAND, just to mention a few. so I will have to go out and buy some more shells for Jack 1\'s rifle. if we think of any more WE WILL BE BACK

Jack 2and 1
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 11.09.2009 22:20

Good morning all..well this evening is the party after the wedding..so come hell or high water watch out you 2 old farts ..ill be over your way next year ..ad ill do with you what you do with the cats..feed you too the sharks..hi alice ha you think ill let them 2 bother me .if it was not for me they would not have a soul to talk too..yes patrica haa that was funny a fearil cat with owners .love lizxxxx
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 11.09.2009 17:44

  
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Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 11.09.2009 17:14

Hello, Gail from Maryland. Nice to see you here, too.

I love the CAMS and the Picture of the Day, too, and have often wondered what the temperature is there.

How\'s the weather in Maryland, cooling off? I may be up there in October to see the Fall leaves and my relatives.

Now I am really going to eat my lunch.

Take Care.

Pat





Patricia





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posted: 11.09.2009 17:04

Hey, Alice Bowman of Ireland. Nice to see you chiming in. Thank you, and you are very welcome here.

Liz is asleep in Australia now, I\'m sure, but I know she will say \"Hello\" to you when she wakes up.

My lunch is ready and waiting for me. See Ya!

P

Gail

Location:
USA - Maryland


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posted: 11.09.2009 16:41

I love these webcams and the picture of the day. I often wonder what the temperature is as I watch the pedestrians. Have you thought about adding the current temperature/weather info?
Alice Bowman

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 11.09.2009 15:45

Liz dont give those two Idiots an inch or they will try to be a ruler or better still hit them over their heads with their white sticks.
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 11.09.2009 15:08

Mornin\'...

Liz, that\'s very nice that your sister will be visiting you, when you haven\'t seen her for so long. You also have a brother in Oz, don\'t you? You will all have a

wonderful time.

I know I said that I won\'t enter into any more conversation with the rabid Jacks about feral or domestic cats, and my reasoning there is that they just will never get it, but I can\'t help mentioning that I really enjoyed the advice of the one who said to shoot all the owners of feral cats, when by definition, feral cats have no owners. That\'s what makes them feral. Priceless.

May all the sea gulls and wild birds within 100 miles congregate over their heads and poop on them, as a salute in gratitude for saving their kith and kin from feral cats.

I\'ve got to go. Bye!

Pat

Jack 2

Location:
Australia


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posted: 11.09.2009 13:27

GOODNIGHT ELIZABETH
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 11.09.2009 13:13

Well 2 jack the only ferel things here are you 2 ok now more talking silly im off to bed now good night god bless love lizxxxx
jack1

Location:
Australia


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posted: 11.09.2009 13:10

just before i go we do have ferals from summerhill in this country lol HA HA HA HA
jack1

Location:
Australia


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posted: 11.09.2009 13:07

now let me get a few things stright i do know that the lizzie one lets her cat out i know as i have been there now the second thing is for the other one she thinks she knows it all what a big mouthed d/h she is i do not go rambling in the bush we trap the cats in cages and then shoot them now that is very quick and you don\'t have to be a good shot which i am by the way to do it that way better that way than laying poison and letting them die slow there is a lot of ferals here and i say shoot the owners who think it is ok for them to be there .... cont later as i have other things in my life just now

Jack 2

Location:
Australia


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posted: 11.09.2009 06:48

Dear what\'s YOUR name,with a lot of sweat and tears I do own my own property and I don\'t see why I should have to put up with other peoples VERMIN coming onto it and cra...g all over the place so I am entitled to do what I wish with them as in the West there is no legislation for CATS...........Jack 2
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 11.09.2009 02:50

Dear whats his name..about cats on own peoprty well its not like where you lived .people who own their own homes do keep their cats in .so put that in your pipe and smoke it..the reason they went into your garden ..they just did not like you.. ..well patrica i maybe getting to see my sister ive not seen in 35 years im not told yet when she is coming to oz ..but thats great ..so please god it wount be too long ..my son and his wife is due in brisbane at 12.30pm its beauitfull day ..ah great.. to all cat haters ..meow meow meow to you love lizxxxx
Jack 2

Location:
Australia


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posted: 11.09.2009 01:55

Dear Patricia,

It would be great if the people who owned CATS would keep them on their own property in a compound and not let them loose to foul everybody\'s garden,

most people who own CATS don\'t care where they do their business.

OK I relent keep the CATS get rid of the owners

Jack 2
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 11.09.2009 00:40

Thanks Eamon for another great picture on CAM5. We get red sunsets like that here sometimes, but only when we have smoke from wildfires.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 10.09.2009 23:38

Good morning all .hello patrica i feel like you killing any wild any thing at all..but with the 2 jacks they would not have the nerve to go into the bush ..they have nothing better to do with thier lives ..thats how it is will old men like them .they sit there doing nothing on like women we do lots so i hope the cats get them first ..i wish ..love lizxxx
Patricia





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posted: 10.09.2009 18:27

Jack 2, it is so that feral cats in the wild are a problem for the native wildlife. That is so here, as well. I work for a conservation organization, and we work closely with government agencies who are concerned and educated to those problems, and have access to scientific studies dealing with the balance and preservation of ecological systems, and have programs to trap and humanely euthanize overpopulated species, and programs to encourage cat owners to confine their animals, for their own safety and that of other kinds of critters that they may prey upon. Feral cats are not a protected species, but their control is better left to professionals who know the local conditions and informed and scientific actions they should take, and can do it cleanly and effectively.

Continued...
Patricia





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posted: 10.09.2009 18:25

Cont.

I am always saddened at the culling of the deer herds that have grown so large that there isnít enough food for all of them, leaving them to die slowly and painfully from starvation. But, at least in that case the meat is harvested and distributed to centers that feed the homeless and indigent.

Continued...
Patricia





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posted: 10.09.2009 18:23

Cont.

That, however is a whole different story from people who walk around in the woods, taking some sort of awful, fiendish, unholy pleasure in shooting a defenseless animal, and then discussing it gleefully in order to disgust other people, like a 10 year old who has just been given his first firearm, and hasnít yet the reverence for life that marks the decent man. I come from a long line of huntersÖand my grandfather and my dad had some scathing things to say to any of my brothers caught shooting anything that it wasnít necessary to kill. You can be sure that they never shot anything for no reason again, or left a wounded animal maimed, or to die painfully because they had been a poor shot. And there is no true woodsman who doesnít carry that code in his heart.

That is really all I have to say on that subject. Take it or leave it.

Pat

Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 10.09.2009 16:46

Hey, Phillis. The bluebonnet seeds I just planted were meant to just develop roots during the winter, and not bloom until next Spring. They aren\'t doing too well, though, my yard is too shady, and we have had altogether too much rain. It seems they like to get dried out after they are sprouted. I do love any blue flower, though, as Annette said, and try to grow them. We\'ll see if they live.

Texas is incredibly beautiful when they are blooming.

P
Phillis

Location:
USA - Texas


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posted: 10.09.2009 16:29

Thanks, Pat, for the welcome and the cleek information. Happy to be back, myself. Bluebonnets are lovely, but like cooler, spring-type weather with lots of sun. Here, they have been dried up and gone for several months. Texas summer is far too hot for them. Good luck with them, tho.