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jack

Location:
Australia


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posted: 27.04.2009 15:09

now there webbie you take no notice of them ones you keep fit and when i get there i will need you to back me up after i throw the queer one katty in the dodder would not like to poison the liffey any more than it is now



something is very bad about the last weekend in qld. same thing happened two years ago on the same weekend







anyway i don\'t think it will be fixed this time
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 27.04.2009 15:08

Mornin\'...

It\'s getting hot here, now. It\'s sunny and will be 85F this afternoon and I suppose I\'ll turn on the AC. It\'s swimming season for the next 4 or 5 months.

Treasa...I know it\'s a sad time in your community. We look for causes when something like a suicide happens, but we can\'t ever understand it. We can only resolve in our own hearts to watch out more carefully for the troubled ones among us, be kinder and nicer so as not to add to whatever is breaking their hearts. God rest that poor man, I\'m so sorry for his family.

Mike

Location:
USA - California


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posted: 27.04.2009 14:34

Good Day to all my GB friends.

Cool and clear here.Treasa still looking for you at LAX,,you mighy have to bring Webbie as we dont want him depressed LOL Hope everone has a great day off to cross my kids



Mike N California
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 27.04.2009 13:18

Hello from a damp and dreary Leighton Buzzard.

Treasa - I have lost count of the number of suicide inquests I have reported over the years and despite the evidence and analysis they invariably end with those closest to the person still wondering why.

Each is a tragedy for those left behind, but the ones I have trouble with most are those who insist on taking their children with them.

I like the look of Wyoming.
kathleen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 27.04.2009 12:13

When this half baked jack arrives in Dublin,I have arranged to put him behind a plough and let him see that their is more to life than romance.Dont forget we are way ahead of ya here and will be waiting to throw toilet rolls at ya,as we know that you are only a Jacks full of shit.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 27.04.2009 11:45

Off to bed now good night all have a good day/night .god bless lizxxxxN
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 27.04.2009 09:28

treasa ah sure its shocking what some peole have to suffer .god rest his soul..its always the nice people have to god..r.i.p..just you take care..love liz
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 27.04.2009 08:16

Webbie you are so right, I fear that this is just the begining.. People are in such a state, trying to juggle each month with very little to juggle with. This man has had his building business for the past 30 years, and when he couldn\'t raise the money to pay his men on Friday, it was the final straw. Banks, as well as the stupid government have an awful lot to answer for. Imagine dealing with them for 30 odd years and then they turn their backs on you......

Also of course there are people who don\'t pay what they owe.... and they have the money but are using the excuse of the recession... After all you don\'t ask someone to do a job for you if you know you can\'t pay for it....

Take care everyone, catch you all later.

treasa.
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 27.04.2009 08:15



Morning everyone,

An air of gloom still hangs over the whole area and will for some time to come I expect. This evening we have to pay our respects to the family and have the removal from the home. It will be heartbreaking.

Jack 2

Location:
Australia


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posted: 27.04.2009 07:46

Webbie it is very hard having two females on here, one who knows everything and a Queenslander who knows nout
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 27.04.2009 02:32

Good morning all .a bit late but shopping again..weather is lovely and cool at night and morning but warm now..webbed feet yes i know most water birds have them but so does his nibs ..webbie we dont brake your heart ..ah why would we do that ..we keep you happy..just be good ok ..love lizxxx
jack

Location:
Australia


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posted: 26.04.2009 13:34

webbie don\'t take any notice any fool knows that all geese have webbed feet and you don\'t have to look further and as for susan boyle i not only think she is a great singer but also a great looker better than a lot i know she has never been payed for her singing untill now ..... ps she is coming to perth soon i will pay to see her if i am still here .... watch your back webbie the knifes are out
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...they have me heart broken Jack
Patricia





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posted: 26.04.2009 13:30

Treasa, It\'s so sad to hear of the loss of your friend and neighbor. It\'s just not possible to understand when those things happen. May he rest in peace, and may the Lord comfort his family and friends.

Pat
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 26.04.2009 12:03

Good night all im off to bed now god bless all love lizxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 26.04.2009 12:01

Treasa oh good god ..god rest the mans soul..ah i bet its a big shock to you and everyone..god only knows what was on his poor mind..you just pray for him ..and you take care ok..have a nice day .love lizxxx
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 26.04.2009 09:53





The whole community is in shock, and we can only offer condolences and support to his wife, son, and two daughters (one of whom had a baby last week). And to his 3 brothers who worked with him. The four of them worked together all their lives, initially with their father, and I think I wrote here at the time of the chimney work, of the way they worked together, and their attention to detail, and their professionalism. He was one of life\'s true gentlemen, and never had crossed words with anyone. May his gentle soul rest in peace.

Ar dheis De go raibh a anam dilis.

  
Webmaster-Comment: ...that is terrible news Treasa. No one ever knows what troubles people or drives them this way. Maybe our society and the way it treats people who have hit on hard times, through no fault of their own, should examine it's conscience. There is no doubt but that people in failed businesses, especially in these recessionary times, feel under a lot of pressure. It shouldn't be that way. Those in power should be doing a lot more to reassure the endangered that their lives are still worth living, irrespective of the circumstances and that money or success is not everything.
God bless him and his family.
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 26.04.2009 09:53

Morning everyone.

It seems like I always have the bad news, but our weekend has been badly marred.

Our neighbour/friend/builder, (who did our chimney), for some reason on Friday night, decided that this life was not worth living, and decided to end it all. On the side of a lonely, windswept, rainy, dark mountain, he finished life as we know it. It sends shivers down my spine to think of it. No one can understand it, because he was always singing and happy and in good spirits. Have known that man a long long time and never saw him only happy.

Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 26.04.2009 06:46

Great picture on CAM5 today. Thanks Kirsten Kjaer, we were on our way to S. Dakota several years ago in a lightening storm. It was before daylight & the flashes would light up Devils Tower. We changed our plans after that & visited it just after dawn. Very spectacular & quiet as it was only us & several Mule Deer awake & moving about.
Jack 2





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posted: 26.04.2009 05:51

here comes the back biting,you females are just jealous that you can\'t sing as good as her.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 26.04.2009 03:45

Hi patrica ah i was thinking the same about susun boyle she is a beauitfull singer ..but like you say she seems real cool in front of the juges..i wounder also...anyway ..good luck to her love lizxxx
Patricia





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posted: 26.04.2009 01:51

Spectacular pic on CAM 5, Kirsten Kjaer. Really great scene. I wonder if Steph has been there. I think she\'s in the middle of her testing at the moment. Hope she is doing well.

That\'s a very nice wildlife park, Webbie.

A bee in the lug? I don\'t know that saying, or just what a lug is, but I think it\'s an item to put on a bolt. I frequently get a bee in my bonnet, though. And it\'s wise to stay out of the way when that happens.

I just looked at some photos of Susan Boyle, she has appeared in quite a few musical productions over the years, often costumed pretty skimpily...so I think the judges and the audience were the ones who got fooled about her apparent lack of experience and sophistication before she performed, but I still haven\'t been able to figure out if it was carefully calculated or genuine. At any rate, she sings beautifully.

That\'s all the news that\'s fit to print. I\'m gone. Take Care.

Pat
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 26.04.2009 00:23

Good morning all.how are you ..what a beauitfull day here again..it seems like the rain is gone for a while ..its was lovely doh..mr mies how are you and mies ..doing she is quite did you gag her

haa..give he my love..patracia ..ah that bird on cam 5..is not like to goose we know ..there are so many ..but webbie only knows one kinda bird..yes the gull...have a good evening there off for brakfast..care to join me ..love lizxxx
Patricia





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posted: 25.04.2009 18:04

You are very likely right, Mr. Mies. I looked at a better pic of the Hawaiian goose, and I do see the similarities now. Couldn\'t make out the webbed feet before, they don\'t show up well in Mark\'s pic. They are endangered, and it is banded, so there is probably a breeding initiative in Kerry for them.

Anyway, I\'d trust you way before I\'d trust that Webbie, he makes a career out of lying.

Runnin\'...

P
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....the abuse I have to put up with here....now if I ever get close enough to you, you'll get a bee in the lug.....lorl.
Anyway, that Hawaiian guy is resident in
Coolwood Wildlife Park in Killarney
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 25.04.2009 17:21

Sorry Pat-After Googling Hawaiian Goose, I must agree with Webbie, it sure fits the description of a Hawaiian Goose. I\'m not sure what he was doing in Kerry but it seems like a great place for a vacation. All I found out for sure is that it\'s not native to Ireland.
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 25.04.2009 16:00

Pat-Not a Grouse, Quail, or Prairie Chicken it has webbed feet. Yes, I have seen all of those species. We have an on going project here to restore Sage Grouse to an area west of town. Last year a large wildfire destoyed much of the area, now coyotes have moved in & are threatening to wipe out what is left of them.