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sally





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posted: 23.04.2005 01:06

yea, it made me nervous when he spoke of the bus numbers that ellen took
sally





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posted: 23.04.2005 01:05

So Roy Bailey was your father?
BACK SEAT OBSERVER





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posted: 23.04.2005 01:05

About Inch High. I think when I questioned him on Dundalk he got nervous. Marie and Ellen need to remember if someone they knew is in the Service or what not. The Red Herring was what brought me out.
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posted: 23.04.2005 01:01

Hi Sally, I usually preceed with carefully when doing something new to me. I get that from my Mom. Her Mom died when she was young and she was passed from relative to relative and they treated her badly. She said they resented as they put taking care of Roy Bailey\'s kid...
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 23.04.2005 00:59

back seat im talking about the kids today dont know what it is like to be poor.........

o boy it was hard when we where growing up we had nothing o we did have christmas that was great but as for birthdays some of us did not know when it was our birthday........i could tell you more about that,,hang on i have mail
Sally





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posted: 23.04.2005 00:58

I don\'t think inch high will be back until he finds Phil or he will never come back again.
Sally





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posted: 23.04.2005 00:56

Well I guess we now know back seat is awoman. A Irish woman to boot!Also would have to be about my age cause my mother was born 1919 but in Ireland,so at least we found out something.
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posted: 23.04.2005 00:55

Yes, my mom told me of the hard times when she was young. There was the poor and the poorer. You knew who they were because the only slightly poor could have lace curtains in their windows. She called them the Lace Curtain Irish. She had no such things though...
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 23.04.2005 00:54

ok back seat so i think you are a women am i right........

and how old are you..........

and as for poor the kids dont know what poor is that is why they are doing what they like they have to much money......
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posted: 23.04.2005 00:51

Heck no, were spring chickens still in our prime and our men better never forget it!!!
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 23.04.2005 00:49

ah back seat now you know how hard it was for us irish women but we are strong women.so if your mam was born in 1919 how old are you i hope you dont think i was born in 1919 please i know it was my birthday yesterday but im not that old.........
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 23.04.2005 00:44

ok ellen go on up and keep colin warm

im just going to let the cat out she has been in since 5 so i will have to wait and let her back in or the dog will have her for dinner.
Back Seat Observer





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posted: 23.04.2005 00:44

Marie, if you are still there and everyone has left you. I will say that I think I know what you are saying about your Moms. My Mom had it hard too. She was born in 1919 in the mining camps in Oklahoma. It was an Irish camp and they were poor.
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 23.04.2005 00:39

now all you better not think im going to stay up all night waiting for you all to come back.....

just as i was enjoying myself you all left me............
Ellen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 23.04.2005 00:37

Marie...I\'m going to bed now. My eyes are crossed.

Welcome back, Back Seat. We missed ya.

Hope we hear from Inch High soon.
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 23.04.2005 00:33

back seat dont tell me you are going now....
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 23.04.2005 00:31

is anyone home liz is going shopping with her daughter she better not be long..
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 23.04.2005 00:27

ellen i hope you are not gone to bed...

ah back seat it was hard in them times but we got by and it did not do us a bit of harm it made us better people because we had it hard and we women became great wife,s because we seen what our ma,s went through........i will get back to you i have mail...
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posted: 23.04.2005 00:25

I would never do that. These are your sweet memories and yours alone...

Marie, I am glad your birthday was wonderful, as I am sure you are. I will not interupt your time again tonight. Keep enjoying each other.
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 23.04.2005 00:21

welcome back seat and i have to say thank you for your greeting for my birthday,...........

now i hope you are not going to write a book about what we are saying about dublin in the rare old time,s
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 23.04.2005 00:18

ellen ma did that to and i helped her because we could not buy firewood so we had to cut it ourself and that was put on the fire so the ma,s could cook what food they had

i bet when james from oz comes on he will tell ya a thing or to about them days
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posted: 23.04.2005 00:17

Ladies, who needs books, we have the real thing right here..please continue, its a beautiful thing your doing....
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 23.04.2005 00:13

ellen so when are we going to start the book club?

we will be like corrie

but i can tell ya liz and me could make our own book
Ellen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 23.04.2005 00:12

I remember now!

I remember Ryaner carrying the treese up from the field on her shoulders!! She was stronger than any man!
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 23.04.2005 00:12

whats this about the ding dongs..ellen.haa.she would not remember what we do..she did not live in town for long...what about the dealers in parnell st oh god..and the fish looking at ya lizxx