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Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 14.07.2009 18:31

Pat-Not on the windshield, but the front pinion seal on the rear differential.

Treasa-I know what you mean, since steel belted tires, flats are a lot less common. I\'m afraid for that rock. With Mies & Annette no rock is safe.(and Mies thinks none to large for me to lift)
Patricia





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posted: 14.07.2009 15:30

Hello, Treasa. You sneaked in while I was out posting. I take a quick look at the RTE on-line newspaper almost every day, didn\'t see anything main headline about any trouble in NI. Maybe they downplay that, which is just as well, part of the reason it is done is to get publicity. That must have been terrible, the way things were in the 70s and 80s, and surely is better left behind.

I\'m off to waste half an hour watching the rest of Martha Stewart.

Bye!

P
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 14.07.2009 15:18

That sounds like a normal Florida summer day, Mr. Mies, except you would have a thunderstorm probably late in the afternoon, which is good as it cools things off for the evening. Don\'t like those thunderstorms too early in the day, because then when the strong sun comes out again, you are living in a steam bath.

A leak in the seal of your truckie\'s windshield, Mr. Mies? Bummer. Those are hard to get fixed.

I have too many projects on for today, but I hear Martha Stewart coming on the TV in the other room, I think I\'ll go see what my frenemy Martha has to say today, and to hell with the work. That\'s called \"passive/agressive behavior\" by the psychologists, and I\'m good at it.

Y\'all take Care, and have a good day.

P

Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 14.07.2009 15:10



Happy Bastille day to our French readers (are there any)? I hope it will be a more peaceful day for them than the 12th was for us yesterday. Old feelings and hatreds still run deep, or is it just thugs hell bent of vandalism, either way it was a scary day for the people in some parts of The North. It was so sad to see the scenes on television last night. For a moment I wondered if we were back in the 80s, it seemed nothing had changed in 25 years... It is wrong how a few can cause so much damage and wanton destruction, and turn lives up-side down again. I pray we will never return to the ways of violence and that our children will continue to live in peaceful and happy times.

Stay safe everyone, and take care. Catch you all later.

Treasa.

Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 14.07.2009 15:09





Afternoon everyone

Mixed weather here, sunshine and showers, quiet warm and humid, Irish weather, I think!

Hi Mr. Mies, I had a puncture on my car wheel today, so had to go to the shop to have it repaired..... It is years since I\'ve had a punctured wheel. If the lovely heart stone is nicked, we won\'t look in Mies rockery for it hehehe.... Hi Mies...



Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 14.07.2009 14:10

We,re up early today, I have leaking seal on my pickup so we have to drop it off early.

Our weather has turned summer again today. We have bright blue & 90F. I hope it lasts through the weekend.

Good picture today on CAM5, I hope the location of that rock is still kept secret. I don\'t think it is out of danger of being nicked. Thanks Mark Westlake.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 14.07.2009 11:53

All quite here ..well im off to bed now .miclin hope yu ok and mies not heard from you ..but be good ok ..good night god bless all love lizxxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 14.07.2009 03:49

G\'day all ..how are you ..im late coming on had to go out ..but now i can relax lol..love lizxxx
Patricia





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posted: 13.07.2009 18:11

Yo, Micilin.

Yes, those are Amish in that pic, or from one of the closely related sects, like the Mennonites or the Hitterites? that Mr. Mies mentioned lately. They are also called \"Pennsylvania Dutch\" and \"Plain People\". Interesting culture. They derive from the German Anabaptists, who fled Europe for religious reasons in the 1600s, I think. They\'ve kept the clothing and the ways of their ancestors for hundreds of years. Very respected for their hard work and honesty, usually prosperous, too. They have beautiful farm communities near where I grew up.

Your friend Gary should be proud of that fish, it was a monster.

Have a nice afternoon.

Pat
Patricia





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posted: 13.07.2009 17:10

Hey, Annette! Tell Maria Asuncion \"Hello\" from me, and I am glad you are having a good time. Take pictures, please.

Ah, the Blessed Mother tree stump. Interesting, but Fr. Willie Russell is right, it\'s just a tree, shouldn\'t be venerated or too much fuss made over it, it\'s just the way the tree grew, an accident. That kind of stuff happens everywhere, somebody is always finding an image in a spot of spaghetti sauce that splattered up against the kitchen wall behind the stove, and people come from miles around to see it. It isn\'t holy, I can find images in the wallpaper, for heavens sake, and once your eye makes that out, you see it forever.

Continued...

Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 13.07.2009 17:09

Cont.

Bad press for Catholicism, promotes ignorance, Catholics are always being accused of praying to statues which, of course they don\'t do, they just pray in front of one to keep an image of who they are speaking to in mind, and to help them concentrate.

Shoot, I can make an image of a cross by taking 3 bites out of the middle of a slice of baloney, but I don\'t think the image is miraculous.

Everybody have a nice week, it\'s a busy one for me. Take care.

P
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 13.07.2009 16:47

Hello chaps.

Still here just bogged down again.

Patricia - I was really pleased for Gary that he has finally landed a big un.

Angling is very popular in these parts with lots of flooded sand quarries being managed by clubs and some blokes will spend weeks camped out hunting particular fish.

Last time I went fishing I didn\'t bother baiting the hook, just sat by the water and watched the world go by.

I know a coupla shopping snobs would rather starve than be seen dead in a 1 ($1) shop.

Are those Amish people on camera 5?
Annette

Location:
Spain


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posted: 13.07.2009 15:50

Hello everyone, all is fine here. We are enjoying our holidays. Probably, we will meet Maria A. on Wednesday. Take care all. See you when we are back.



elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 13.07.2009 12:31

Im off to bed now good night god bless all have a good day/night love lizxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 13.07.2009 09:31

Good evening treasa ah good god thats a better picture than the one i got of the virgin mary..i dont see a baby but no douth its the lady of the holy rosery....they should leave it there..ah i guess everything has a good reason to bring us back to our sences..i thank you webbie for the post ..have a good day love lizxxx
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 13.07.2009 08:24

Morning everyone,

Miserable grey morning here with pouring rain... Much like last year again.....though I see the sun is blazing down on the streets of Dublin. Love the pic on Cam5, wish I was there so I could buy one of the beautiful looking wicker baskets...

Webbie, thanks for putting that report up on cleek... Amazing really what people will read into things.

Take care everyone and stay safe. Looks like I will get soaked going from the house to the car.......

Catch you all later.

Treasa.

Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 13.07.2009 08:07

elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 13.07.2009 01:14

Good morning all.oh im getting lazy i was up earl but was too cold so i went back to bed just up before 10am ;;ah im like the bears i dont like the cold..haaa thank you patrica about the hibicus plant ill do that when it grows more as i got a young garden only 7 years old and i love it bright with colour .im working on it ..thanks again ..treasa i read about the tree its a good look much like what you say our lady with the baby jesus..ah its still the holy land ireland is ..its just the people haa not you ..love lizxxxx;4}
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 12.07.2009 16:47



Ooops I see my link didn\'t work at all so here it is...

www.rte.ie/2009/0710/limerick.html

Catch you all later.

Treasa

  
Webmaster-Comment:
Cleek
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 12.07.2009 16:43

Pat love the pic of Ms Cat, she looks happy and content.

Hi Liz, Micilin, Mike,(enjoy your new programmes) Stephanie, Mies, Mr. Mies, Mar, I guess Annette is still on holidays.. and of course Webbie...

Going to dinner this evening with friends, so looking forward to that.

Stay safe everyone, and take care. Will keep an eye out for Phil.....

Love

Treasa.
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 12.07.2009 16:43

We have the craziest situation her at the moment in a little village called Rathkeale, just a few miles from my home village.....

Workmen were cutting down an old tree in the cemetary there, and lo and behold when it was felled there was an impression of the Virgin Mary with baby Jesus in her arms... or so some people say.

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Have a look at the link above to check it out.

It has cuased a big stir here and people are flocking to the site to pray. The Priest in the parish says you can't pray to a tree stump, so does that mean people can't pray to a statue either???

I guess in times of recession people will always grasp at straws to tide them over....

Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 12.07.2009 16:42



Stop press....stop press.....

Just heard that Phil and Fionnula Funagin were seen heading into the forest at Athea some hours ago..... No news of their re-emergence yet.....

Hi everyone, nice bright Sunday after a most horrendous Saturday of endless rain and grey skies. Had a busy week at work, but things should be calmer this week.

Mike

Location:
USA - California


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posted: 12.07.2009 15:35

Hello GB ers and Pat Well the new TV dish is in.. Lots of new stuff to watch Most I don,t care for,shoping channels ,sports, ect,ect.I was looking for a fishing channel for mr Mies . TV man broke the wire to the telephone so we lost the DSL line and the internet. It took me two hours to find the problem and fix it. Just read Pats long long post..she has to give up on having a pint befor posting ha ha ha LOL

Well I am off to look for Phil..does any one have his discription.we need to put out a ABP {ALL POINTS BULLITIN]



Mike N California
Patricia





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posted: 12.07.2009 13:17

Good going, Steph, to be completing your course. I\'m sure you have a nice feeling of accomplishment, and that everyone is very proud of you. I am.

Mike, do you watch the Public Broadcasting programs on TV? They are on regular channels, no cable. There\'s nothing else worth watching these days. I remember when TV was a great medium, do you remember the good variety shows and drama we used to have on the networks? Now it\'s all crime shows and stupid sit-coms that you just waste your time on. I watch the news and PBS, and that\'s about it.

I\'ve got to go. I hear Ms. Cat in the other room, pushing everything off my desk on to the floor so she can sleep there, papers and paperweight and the stapler and a little bowl of paperclips that will take 15 minutes for me to pick up. Jeez, she\'s a terrible cat.

Bye.

P

Patricia





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posted: 12.07.2009 12:49

I spent several happy hours yesterday using a computer drawing and design program that a friend sent me.

I\'m planning a recycling center for my deck, with separate bins for trash, plastics, glass, and metal cans. I won\'t have a big old trash can sitting on my deck, I keep one down the steps and around a corner as they aren\'t very decorative, but the bin I am planning will have a lid covered with real tin roofing that looks like a shed tin roof, and the front will be painted with a tromp l\'oil picture of a chicken and chicks and eggs like a chicken coop, behind real chicken wire. That will be so cute, with a place for all the recyclables, it can sit right on my deck outside the kitchen door and will be much more convenient. Now I\'ll just have to get around to building it. Might even put a bin in there with a place to store my gardening gloves and clippers and the watering can I use for my deck plants. How convenient.