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elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 22.04.2005 22:15

marie.my son stephen is 29 today..oh me baby..thank u for the best wishes for him...did u have a good day hey..h that bike.haa god 2 old goats speeding up and down dublin..clear the roads..i got rid of some of the old mail...oh books..i just fall asleep reading..i always had that bother.how do u think i got through school..haalove lizxxx
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 22.04.2005 22:10

ellen im still up going to make the most of the birthday

i think the book club will be great but i have to say id love to read what pat is reading i love books like that

pat im going to see if i can find that book has it got many pages?.
Ellen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 22.04.2005 22:04

Marie...are you still up or have you snuck off to bed already?

I\'m awful at making decisions so I\'ll leave it up to someone else to suggest a book.

Here\'s my idea...we wait about a month because from what I am reading, some of us have just started reading a book so that month will give us all time to finish the book we have started. We will choose a book to read in advance so that gives us all time to get our hands on it, then we set a date to begin and a date to end.

What do you think?

Sally





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posted: 22.04.2005 21:52

Hello Elizabeth and Patricia.Oh that book sounds very interesting,Patricia.I like books set in the 60\'s since those were my teenage years.I can relate to the time real well. Oh Liz you must read something,a newsPaper maybe? she is something isn\'t she?So set in her ways.
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 22.04.2005 21:31

Sally, that book is by a Frank Delaney, a novel about a boy in 1960\'s Ireland, his tale interwoven with a tale of an iterant \"StoryTeller\", which they used to have in Ireland. When the StoryTeller or sometimes someone else tells a tale about events and people in Irish history, then you get to hear the story, too. What I like about the stories are that they aren\'t told as far-away dry fact history, but presented as stories of the people who lived it. Also, writer doesn\'t mind de-bunking a lot of historic hero-worship. Not a racy, torrid book, but a good story. If I want to read a lurid novel, there are plenty around, which you don\'t remember 5 minutes after you put them down. Best read in small pieces, too much at a time is tiring.

Ellen, I think a book reading group would be fun. I\'m up for it! Almost anybody ought to be able to read a book in a month.

Lets list out suggestions for what we might read.

Pat

marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 22.04.2005 21:28

liz say hi to your son steven for me i hope i have his name right tell him i hope he has a great birthday.

liz iv been trying to send you mail is your mail box still full.
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 22.04.2005 21:22

liz wake up we are talking about us all reading the same book and then we will talk about it when we are all done

liz cet off side that bike is for me and webbie he is taken me out tonight for my birthday...) i wonder where inch high is and back seat.........
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 22.04.2005 21:02

good morning all..oh marie u had a good birthday..and webbies greetings on cam4..well thats great for u..love ya cuz..oh that bike is for webbie..i sent it by airmail..i got worryed about that cart..it was going too slow for him...he needs it very fast...oh is talking about books..oh no..i fall asleep before i open it..its 7am now love lizxxx
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 22.04.2005 20:26

ah steph that bike is webbies for to take me out tonight.
Sally





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posted: 22.04.2005 20:05

what is the book\"Ireland\" about that Patricia mentioned Stephanie. I looked in the book store but didn\'t see it. I guess I should have looked a little harder.
Sally





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posted: 22.04.2005 20:03

That\'s good idea.I had to buy the book because it\'s not in the library yet.It\'s called \'Maureen O\'hara Tis herself\" I heard it was very good and I\'ve always loved her since I was a child.
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 22.04.2005 19:50

Let\'s do it, will just set a date to be finished. Hey Marie, I think the motorbike on Cam 3 is your present. You better go claim it. lol It\'s been there all day. Just sitting in the cam.



Steph
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 22.04.2005 19:44

ok girl,s just let me know when the book club is starting and what book we going to read
Ellen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 22.04.2005 19:16

Good idea Steph. We could form an online book club and chat about the book we read afterwards!

The only problem is that some of us are fast readers and some are slow readers.

I love the idea though.Does anyone know how we can do it without having to wait for everyone to finish reading it? Maybe we could set a date to finish the book by. Some of us will make that date I\'m sure.

By the way, if books are expensive where you live, try the public Library.
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 22.04.2005 19:02

Girls is that the next book on our list to read? Maureen O\'Hara\'s autobiography? What if we all read it?



steph
Sally





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posted: 22.04.2005 18:47

Oh these kids today need something Stephanie.They need a good bit of discipline. No one bothers giving it to them anymore. I just got Maureen o\"Hara\'s autobiography and can\'t wait to ste=art reading it.
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 22.04.2005 18:44

Okay I bought a car, and it was about $6,000. in American, and I don\'t even make 20,000. So why would a \"kid\" need a $50,000. car? Please we need to stop needing. I think of all the things I have, and think I need more. I don\'t need anything. So many people in the world are happy, and they don\'t have much. Personally this kid needs to be sent somewhere, where life isn\'t full or riches, but full of gratitude for the air they breath, the water, the food, and for shelter. I ashamed of what I have. I have no need for it all. But what do you do. Didn\'t mean to sound so harsh. I just ate lunch, and stomach isn\'t feeling well the last two days. I hope I\'m not getting sick.



Steph
Ellen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 22.04.2005 18:18

I came across this:

Did you see the one about the High School kid with the 2002 BMW M3? ($50,000 car) The story broke yesterday.He wasn\'t happy with it and arranged to have it stolen so he could collect the insurance money.The police found four boys stripping it for parts and they implicated the teenager.When

police arrested the teen, they got out of him that he actually wanted a Bently (don\'t remember the model.) a $170,000 car. Apparently, the kid\'s been watching too much MTV as this car is featured in a number of hip hop video\'s.



marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 22.04.2005 17:48

hi sally thank you for your greeting.
Sally





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posted: 22.04.2005 17:27

Aw Webbie that was nice.You put birthday greeting to Marie on the cam page like you did for Linda.You are soooo sweet.
Sally





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posted: 22.04.2005 17:07

That\'s a good one Webbie about Stephanies dancers and a good one Linda about agony.You people are just comical!
Sally





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posted: 22.04.2005 17:04

Hi there.Here\'s another one of the American cousins.Happy Happy Bithday Marie.Hope everyone is enjoying thier day.I\'m 5 hours behind you in Ireland.Steph is 2 hours behind me.
Ellen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 22.04.2005 16:35

The day the child realizes that all adults are imperfect he becomes an

adolescent; the day he forgives them, he becomes an adult; the day he

forgives himself, he becomes wise.



--Aiden Nowlan



Ellen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 22.04.2005 16:09

Patricia...the problem with the dancers is that one of the members of Riverdance nudged his way in between the Rockettes. Webbie told him to. He\'s such a troublemaker!
Ellen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 22.04.2005 16:07

Hello everybody!

How is everybody today? I\'m fine. Had a good time with Marie & Chrissie today.

Marie...Did you get the email from Jim?He gave us some good ideas there.The next time Inch High comes on I have some questions for him.Enjoy the rest of your birthday.

Hi Steph and all our American cousins.I hope everyone has a great weekend.