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marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 11:52

hi sally stephanie pat are you all still in bed..our time went forward last week i think pat and sally we are still 6 hour,s a head of you i think till this week
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 11:45

webbie what was the tune in the log cabin i cant think of it now
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....see above.....James was right.......the Darak Horse became the Theatre Bar and then it was Madigans and now the Ripley Court hotel
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 11:40

linda i think liz is 10 hours ahead of us,.im still waiting for ellen so we can go out,..all the same linda if liz comes home you will have to come out with us we will have a great laugh
Linda

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 11:12

Liz, what time is it with you? Your up late arent ya?
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 31.03.2005 11:04

ur right webbie the white horse was im sure owened by josph lock love lizxxx
Linda

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 11:01

The 60\'s & 70\'s looked like great craic! The music is still good, well a good few of the songs are. Those songs in a 70\'s disco, I\'d say it was laugh alright!
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 10:53

i tell ya linda it was great in the 70,s i used to dress in me flower gear and me cape it was great and you could walk for miles with a fella and he would not try anything
Linda

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 10:52

James & Liz, how long are you\'s living outside Ireland now? Do the two of ye\'s still have a bit of the Jackeen accent? I think that accent is deadly!

Get yer wrappin\' pay-per - 5 rolls for a pow-and!
Linda

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 10:48

Look at ye\'s reminiscing, I love to hear about stories from -sorry- the old days. I really enjoy reading about old Dublin, 90% of the books i own are of Ireland in the old days. T\'was alot simplier back then. Ye\'d swear i knew!
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 10:46

liz what stuff are you on it must be the milk stout..with your wanting to make out on cam 3 what next get up the yard you mad thing...right if frankie is coming home why dont you come home with him.the summer would be a nice time
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 31.03.2005 10:39

ellen i dont james want to spend time with me,he has his girls in wa,im looking at the cost to go home,ive been on the net today,if i think i want to go now there is a booking,ut u see i need to top up my passport,its out of date now,i have to send it to the irish embssy in the a.c.t.so it takes time,but i would love to meet webbie there,and make out on cam 3,oh the thoughts of that,wow,i feel good just thinking about it,love lizxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 31.03.2005 10:32

ha marie do u remember the mickey man,oh yes james do u recall a man known higher kelly,he use to have a german sherped dog,he went up gloster dimond a lot,i think he had the hotd for maries mum,haaaa,he once chased a auntie up the road,poor nanny.we had some guys in dublin,love lixxx
Ellen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 10:30

Liz...you & James should hook up and plan a trip home together and go down memory lane , take loads of photo\'s and then have fun making up a memory book.
Ellen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 10:28

Webbie...how much is it to call Germany and how would I go about it?

I\'m with esat BT.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....we would be cheaper than ESAT BT by far.....6c pr min and billed per second...no minimum.....we do it in the same way as ESAT BT do it.....we were in business before them as well.....we are even cheaper than Eircom for local calls and weekend calls.......I will come back to you later with a brochure...so stay in touch.....
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 31.03.2005 10:25

well here ya james im trying to ring u,ok the white horse inn.in talbot st.not too far from mc\'hugh himself, im sure,oh but marie would know all the pups,god could she drink,oh yes webbie me u and james what a lot to tell,we could relive dublin,ok webbie or james do u remember the 1 o\'clock shop in parnell st,down from hill st,love lizxxx
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 10:22

ok james enjoy your dinner and is betty not with you to cook it for you i hope she has not passed away if she has you must have made her laugh to death,..go on i will talk to you soon take care..
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 10:16

ah james i got to know the log cabin in 1970 i used to love it i never went to the drake but the cabin i used to love the sing song,s they were great even the fella,s was nice back then and we could walk home with out any bother not now ah im glad im not one of the young ones now,
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....what was the signature tune of the resident group in the Log Cabin - the lead singah was Mrs Meaghers son who was also a taxi-man??
james rogers, fremantle

Location:
Australia


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posted: 31.03.2005 10:15

Do i remember the ragman Marie? will i ever forget.

Rags jamjars miaaaaaaaa,

The glimmer man the slop man the coal man the bread man the milk man the jew man, you were forever answering the door to one or the other, then we had Mad Mary, Bang Bang, Hairy Lemon Johnny Forty Coats, Rubber hump Bread and Jam and Mary two Parcels ha ha ha.

Well it\'s 6:17pm here on a cold wet day, reminds me of Dublin, time to cook my dinner. See ya later.
james rogers, fremantle

Location:
Australia


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posted: 31.03.2005 10:07

Probley before you were out of pigtails, ha ha ha.

It was the early sixties, there was a sing song there, i use to travel up to Finglas to the Drake, my moth lived up there. A bloke called Dale King was the m.c there he was replaced by Bily Hughes and the D.Jays. My wife was born in Grenville Street off Mountjoy Square. Betty Kenny, she was beautiful.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....there was a Billy Rock singing around that time too......and jackie leonard an MC in Clontarf Castle.....Often heard of Dale King
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 10:06

hi linda what,s the story how are you doing im of today with ellen and chriss sure chris is not well now with asthma it look,s like ellen could do with taken us to the chest hospital
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 10:01

james do you remember the ragman when he used to go around all us kids would run in and ask the ma,s for rags i remember one day i gave him our best clothing so i could get a gold fish when me ma seen the fish all hell broke out she ran after your man to get the thing,s back it was a laugh when i think of it now but not at the time.
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 09:51

hi all well im feeling a lot better today..james i used to drink in the log cabin with liz,s sis patty we used to go there thuresday right up to sunday if we had the money and we would drink in colis what year did you go to the loger
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....well ya saw auld ma Meagher praying with her rosary beads in her big handbag then....and there was a guy who used sing "If you've got Lumbago".......and maggie Flood always sang.....Coles was further down.....
james rogers, fremantle

Location:
Australia


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posted: 31.03.2005 09:42

I buy a Oz call card here, it cost 1:8 cents a minute to call Ireland/England/America but it costs an arm and a leg to call South Africa, it cost me about $1:30 for an hour to The states. Talbot Street, heading for Amien St lefthand side, there was a pub just before the Bridge, i\'ll ask my sister in law, i\'m sure it was the Dark Horse not the white one hahaha. It was\'ent a pub you wore your wellies into.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....Theatre bar is the ebst we can make out of that one. Now the Ripley Court Hotel - and Lloyds is still there.....

1.8c...you probably use that with broadvband...bet its VOIP.
I wear d'auld wellies everywhere.....ya cant trust the weather over here ya see....
james

Location:
Australia


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posted: 31.03.2005 09:37

I deleted this message from james by mistake while deleting the other stuff......and also my own comments.......sorry about that......

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Webmaster-Comment:
Lonely Islands Desert Islands, Bali hi Bali low Ballykissangel, This James is not for chilling? hahaha.

Someone said, evil prevails when good men do nothing.

I'v always been an honest, straight shooter, enought said.

I directed the O Casey play here some years ago, The plough and the stars, Easter Weekend 1916. [The Foggy Dew]

brilliant song.

I lived down in Dun street for a couple of years, i use to drink in Beltons, and the log cabin. the White Horse in Talbot Street down at the railway bridge, many's a time meself and the moth strolled along there and me singing sweet 16 into her ear. lol.

Helo Liz, Sally Marie, Patrica, hey Patrica if you got into a donnybrook with me, ha ha ha, Ellen, Linda and all good men and My Mate Mike ha ha.

Webmaster-Comment: ....hey ya Freemantler.....welcome back......the White Horse was not in Talbot St......It's the far side of the Liffey....that and Mulligans was where the Press crowd used drink. The White Horse and Mulligans are "early morning" pubs. That guy David Beggs who used play the Log Cabin has died recently and was just in his fifties. Ja hear Maggie Flood singing there.....
james rogers, fremantle

Location:
Australia


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posted: 31.03.2005 09:27

G\'day, i use to drink in a neat little boozer just up from the elect cinema, i\'d swear it was called the white horse or was it the dark horse, damm it was something horse, i\'m talking about the sixties mate. Lloyds was on the cornor of Amien St and Railway, good pint in there, we use to have a few jars there before going to the Machusla. See if you can find out about that boozer mate ok .
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...will do.....down by where the theatre bar usedbe at the bottom of Talbot....