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Patricia





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posted: 23.04.2009 15:36

UNCLE DICK, RUSH LIMBAUGH IS AN UNMITIGATED JACKASS. THERE ARE A FEW PEOPLE IN THE WORLD WHO HAVE ATTAINED A CERTAIN LEVEL OF NOTORIETY BY BEING JACKASSES, BUT I THINK THE BEST WAY TO DEAL WITH THEM IS TO IGNORE THEM ENTIRELY. IT\'S NOT WORTH THE TIME TRYING TO SEPARATE OUT ANYTHING THEY SAY THAT MIGHT BE WORTH HEARING, THEY SELDOM HAVE ANYTHING TO SAY THAT IS INTERESTING IN THE LEAST.
UNCLE DICK





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posted: 23.04.2009 14:07

PAT

YOU MADE REFERENCE TO RUSS LIMBAUGH ONCE . I HAVE LISTENED TO HIM ON THE RADIO . THERE IS USUALLY SOME TRUTH TO WHAT EVER PEOPLE SAY IN MANY CIRCUMSTANCES BUT OVER ALL I FIND THIS GUY A VERY NEGATIVE FORCE WITH HIS IDEAS AND FORMAT . HE WILL EVEN STOOP LOW ENOUGH TO BRING SOMEONE\'S GOOD IDEA DOWN BY ATTACKING THEIR OLD MISDOING FROM THE PAST [ DOING SOMETHING WRONG IN THE PAST DOES NOT NEGATE A GOOD IDEA THAT THEY PUT FORWARD TODAY ].

THE THING THAT AMAZES ME IS THERE A NUMBER OF PEOPLE THAT WILL FALL THIS KIND OF THING .







TAKE CARE

Kathleen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 23.04.2009 12:39

Elisabeth,I dont even know why you take the time to comment to that uneducated Ignoramus,as he\'s not fit enough to wipe your shoes.Tell him to go back to school and get an education.He sounds like an old fart.So chin up Elisabeth and forget that he even exists
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 23.04.2009 11:33

Jack stop telling me how to spend MY money..micling happy staint geirges day ..i hope they put something on with fun ..good news about the camara hey its a stroke of luck..hey..im off to bed now good night god bless all..love lizxxx
jack

Location:
Australia


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posted: 23.04.2009 09:54

mick did you pray to god before you wrote the letter ???????? ..... you lucky sod .... just as well you were not in dublin
jack

Location:
Australia


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posted: 23.04.2009 09:49

give you money NEVER that would be like trowing it into a bottomless pit i have a good brothel i could leave it to better spent there
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 23.04.2009 09:40

Whatho chaps

Remember I told you I lost my video camera in the Lake District?

I wrote a letter to the local paper thanking whoever found it for handing it in to the cops.

It was published and yesterday I had an email from the bloke who found it.

Turns out he is the production manager on The Cumberland Times.

Small world ain\'t it?

Another spiffing sunshiney day here.

Toodlepip for now
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 23.04.2009 09:36

HAPPY ST GEORGE\'S DAY EVERYONE
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 23.04.2009 09:35

Land of Hope and Glory, Mother of the Free,

How shall we extol thee, who are born of thee?

Wider still, and wider, shall thy bounds be set;

God, who made thee mighty, make thee mightier yet!



Truth and Right and Freedom, each a holy gem,

Stars of solemn brightness, weave thy diadem.



Tho\' thy way be darkened, still in splendour drest,

As the star that trembles o\'er the liquid West.



Throned amid the billows, throned inviolate,

Thou hast reigned victorious, thou has smiled at fate.



Land of Hope and Glory, fortress of the Free,

How may we extol thee, praise thee, honour thee?



Hark, a mighty nation maketh glad reply;

Lo, our lips are thankful, lo, our hearts are high!



Hearts in hope uplifted, loyal lips that sing;

Strong in faith and freedom, we have crowned our King!
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 23.04.2009 09:24

Hi treasa .oh yes the salmon they look lovely to watch ..i think its all lost now..in the liffy haa they got stunk out of it..theres no where for them to leap there ..oh jack i dont mind paying a cabbie fare i dont truble other people for a lift..so there ..as you would not give me money whould you..no ..oh how is your face ..haaa twit..love lizxxx
jack

Location:
Australia


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posted: 23.04.2009 08:52

i thought that the lep was a transport company ???????????

... i uesed to watch the salmongo under the bridge in galway and that was a long time ago ... i don\'t think they even go up the liffly now ???????
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 23.04.2009 08:24

Morning everyone, big change in the weather overnight. Lots of rain, and much colder than of late, still it\'s only April, and I\'d prefer to save the REALLY GOOD weather for June, July, August......

Ah yes Webbie, the memories, the memories. \'The Leap\' (pronounced \'Lep\') was so called because we used to watch the majestic salmon leap their way upstream against the currents and waterfalls to the spawning grounds... A sight I never tired of watching.

Mike in Ca, watch out I\'ll be there, hope the room will be ready.....

Annette, I think Webbie sent a BLANK invoice, (or maybe it\'s just my computer), but the cleek won\'t play.....

Thanks for the offer of FREE tadpoles, but I wish to decline.... sorry.

What a truly magical pic on Cam5 today, thanks Eamon.

As usual, I\'m on the run....

I\'m convinced that someday I\'ll meet myself on the way back......

Take care everyone, catch you all later.

Treasa.
jack

Location:
Australia


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posted: 23.04.2009 07:59

lizzie gives all her money to the cabby\'s..... lazy one
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 23.04.2009 02:52

I\'ve had a very busy Earth Day, but had to come on and wish Marie a Happy Birthday before the day is over. It isn\'t over here, yet Marie.



Hope you had a nice one.

Lovely peach-colored Mayo sunset on CAM 5, Eamon. Thank you.

Nice set of cleeks today, Webbie. A little loud guitar rock will kind of wake you up in the morning, won\'t it? I wonder if people who grew up in cities ache all their lives for the childhood scenes like people who grew up in the country do? I suppose so. Only it\'s probably remembering playing in a park, rather than wandering in apple orchards and swimming in the river or creek.

Gotta get off to bed, it\'s been a long day.

Y\'all Take Care.

Pat
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 23.04.2009 00:27

Good morning all..haaa mike what a silly man you should know your wife by now showing her the 50 bucks you found..good women ....patrica ah yes money and women are the best couple in the world..haa annette you gone webbie will have your hide ..adds on here wow..jus out of bed at 9am late for me ..ah lazy ..love lizxxx
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 23.04.2009 00:17

Wow, What a sunset on CAM5 today. THANKS Eamon
Annette





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posted: 22.04.2009 17:22

Phew, I just realised it isn\'t allowed to place ad here. I hope Webbie won\'t bleep my last post.

  
Webmaster-Comment:
Your Invoice
Annette





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posted: 22.04.2009 17:19

Treasa, it wasn\'t a river here where we went to but a little lake. The water was cold even in hot summer as the lake is surrounded by tall fir trees that allow just some sunrays to come down. It didn\'t matter when we were kids but lips were always blue.

Mies, nice galery of smilies. I loooooooove them and their expressions. hehehe

Advertisement, advertisement! I just want to tell you that I have a huge number of tadpoles meanwhile(the ones that I got as frog spawn from my little admirer). And so far nobody asked for some. So I only want to tell you I would give them for FREE. Please, e-mail me anytime. Quick delivery is guaranteed.



Annette

Location:
Germany


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posted: 22.04.2009 17:19

Hehehehe, poor Mike, the money is gone. Perhaps your wife will invite you for a meal.

Yeah, Rory rocks! What a great guitar player he was... Loved the cleeks, Webbie.

Susay Boyle is a real talent. We had a long story about her in our newspaper. I\'ll press my thumbs for her...

Mike

Location:
USA - California


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posted: 22.04.2009 14:35

Hello to all my GB cousins..nice morning here cool fog but it will be warm by noon. Nice cleeks Webbie . Mick I love your humor ! Summer is here took the wife out to Taco Tuesday at the local taco shop last nite .3 Taco for a buck got them to go and drove to the beach to see the sun set went to leave and found a 50.00 lying by the trash can .Luck of the Irish...showed it to the wife and she put it in her pocket ..Im off to school to cross my kids see ya Have a great day all

Treasa checked Aer Lingus and you were not on it still waiting lol



Mike N California
  
Webmaster-Comment:
.......fatal mistake young man. Never, ever show a woman the colour of your money or you'll regret it for the rest of your days......lorl
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 22.04.2009 13:54

How did this voice escape being recognised - Susan Boyle - 1999

Cry me a River
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 22.04.2009 12:15

Ok mies your being good .lol..ah sure your a darling women getting everything ready for your trip..then you can give him hell haa..lovely to see you here.miclin ah 50years its nice..god bless them..have a good day ould fella.treasa ah swimming in ireland you where game ..that cold..but you came through ok ..blue lips haa..im off to bed now good night god bless love lizxxx
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 22.04.2009 10:44

Hello mates

Budget day today - can hear my wallet screaming already.

Just popping out to talk to a couple who celebrated their Golden Wedding with a trip down the Nile.

Hell of a life at the cutting edge of local journalism.
S Ó muirí





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posted: 22.04.2009 10:13

Yes Mr Mies,a hard place even in good weather to launch from.The roof on the left houses the lifeboats.It is truly a devotion for those volunteers to set out to save lives in perhaps worse weather than that.There are only a few boats operatring from there.Those are lobster pot men.
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 22.04.2009 08:44



My sister\'s husband has just published a booklet to commerate the 50th anniversary of the formation of a swimming club in our home town and he gave me a copy at the weekend. The things I\'d forgotten!!! It brought my childhood back in vivid memory. The summer afternoons spent swimming in the river. The names we gave to the various parts of the river, from \'The Leap\', where we first ventured and learned to swim, to \'The Weir\' where the more experienced swimmers ventured. I still remember, we had to cross a big big meadow with trees screening the river until we got to the opening. From the minute you set foot in the meadow, you could hear the hum from the river, the hum of chatter, screams of delight, the general hum of children enjoying themselves!! The hum you don\'t hear anymore. For goodness sake, kids aren\'t even allowed to run in the school yard, in case they fall and hurt themselves!!!.

Anyway, no more time, got to go. Catch you all later.

Treasa.
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....we spent our summer holidays swimming in "the supply". This is/was a canal built to take the water for the town's water feed from the lake (Lough Owel). We swam beyond the take-off point....We had "the shallow" and the "deep sinking". You started at the shallow and progressed to the deep sinking. I remember being so excited seeing perch pass me by in the water. They used "shoal" in the lake and pass down the supply into the Royal canal.It's amazing what amused us then. We found it very hard to leave at mealtimes.
As we grew older we progressed to three-hooking on the canal and spent our summers at that. Further on the young wans started chasing us and we had no peace and had to give up everything - well that's my story and I'm sticking to it....