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Patricia





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posted: 29.03.2005 13:54

Ellen, awesome story. Never heard it before. Thanks for putting it up.

Pat
Linda

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 29.03.2005 13:53

What leprechaun? Are you\'s just messin obout?
Linda

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 29.03.2005 13:50

Hi Pat, how are you keeping? Ellen, sure see when they were makin that film \"passion of the christ\" During that, your man that was playing jesus got struck by lighting while he was doin the cross scene & the weather was always pretty crap too.

Linda

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 29.03.2005 13:46

I found it a good read Ellen,i didn\'t see any of those films on apart from when i came home from d pub on Paddys Day, theres usually 1 on every channel durin easter weekend. I wanted to watch it coz of the DaVinci code, im more interested in my religion since i heard about it, i still have to read it myself, even though its a sin now to read it, i want to see why it is.
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 29.03.2005 13:42

Webbie, I\'m sorry about your friend, Owen. I\'ll continue to keep him and his family in my prayers.

Hi, Mike CA, I see your granddaughter\'s leprechaun sitting on the right side in the shadows on Cam5. All you can see is a little light shining on his pointed cap and his little booted feet. He\'s there, though.

Hi, Liz, Ellen, Linda. Everybody who was sick seems to be better. Now, where\'s Marie?

Ghostly footsteps, how about that? I live in a very old house, and I never see or hear anything. Boring!!! My daughter says she has seen a ghost, when she lived in another very old house, and she\'s a very level-headed person, and not given to lying.

Mornin\', Steph. How are you today?

Pat
Ellen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 29.03.2005 13:38

I know that\'s a bit long but it\'s a nice story.
Ellen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 29.03.2005 13:37

Not the voice of Zeffirelli, reading from the Bible, but the voice of Jesus Himself: \"Father, into thy hands I commend by spirit.\"

\"Cut!\" Yelled Zeffirelli. Olivia Hussey and Anne Bancroft were crying too. I wiped my eyes and looked up again to where I had seen Jesus - He was gone. Whether I saw a vision of Jesus that windswept day or whether it was only something in my mind. I do not know. It doesn\'t matter. For I do know that it was a profound experience and that I have not been quite the same person since. I believe that I take my faith more seriously. I like to thing that I\'m more forgiving than I used to be. As that centurion learned two thousand years ago. I too have found that you simply cannot come close to Jesus without being changed.



Ellen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 29.03.2005 13:35

The voice was Zeffirelli\'s, but the words burned into me - the words of Jesus (Luke 23:34-46). Forgive me, Father, for even being here, was the centurion\'s prayer that formed in my thoughts. I am so ashamed, so ashamed. Verily I say unto thee, today shalt thou be with me in paradise,\" said Jesus to the thief hanging next to Him. If Jesus can forgive that criminal, then He will forgive me, I thought, I will lay down my sword and retire to my little farm outside of Rome. Then it happened. As I stared upward, instead of the chalk mark, I suddenly saw the face of Jesus Christ, lifelike and clear. It was not the features of Robert Powell I was used to seeing, but the most beautiful, gentle visage I have ever known. Pain - seared, sweat-stained, with blood flowing down from thorns pressed deep. His face was still filled with compassion. He looked at me through tragic, sorrowful eyes with an expression of love beyond description. Then His cry rose against the desert wind.
Ellen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 29.03.2005 13:32

I hesitated. Somehow I wasn\'t ready. I was uneasy \"Do you think it would be possible for somebody to read from the Bible the words Jesus said as He hung on the cross?\" I asked. I knew the words well from the days of my childhood in an Italian - American family in Connecticut, and I\'d read them in preparation for the film. Even so, I wanted to hear them now. \"I will do it myself,\" Zeffirelli said. He found a Bible, opened it up to the Book of Luke, and signaled for the camera to start rolling. As Zeffirelli began reading Christ\'s words aloud, I stared up at the chalk mark, thinking what might have gone through the centurion\'s mind. That poor Man up there, I thought, I met Him when He healed my servant, who is like a son to me, Jesus says He is the Son of God, an unfortunate claim during these perilous times. But I know He is innocent of any crime. \"Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do.\"
Ellen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 29.03.2005 13:30

I was uncomfortable in my thick leather uniform. My neck ached under the ponderous metal helmet, and I even began to pity those ancient Roman soldiers who were called centurions because they commanded a hundred men. When it came time for my scene during the crucifixion, the weather was chill and gray. The camera was to be focused on me at the foot of the cross, and so it was not necessary for Robert Powell, the actor who portrayed Jesus, to be there. Instead, Zeffirelli put a chalk mark on a piece of scenery beside the cameraman,\"I want you to look up at that mark,\" he told me, \"as if you were looking at Jesus.\" \"Okay,\" I said, moving into position and looking up at the mark as instructed. \"Ready;?\"



Ellen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 29.03.2005 13:28

I tried to post this on the site over Easter but it didn\'t work out. I thought some of you might be interested in the actor Earnest Borgnine\'s experience while filming Jesus Of Nazareth.

At the Foot Of the Cross

Earnest Borgnine

Back in 1975 I was offered a part in the film Jesus of Nazareth, which through the years has been shown at Easter time on NBC television. Our cast, directed by the renowned Franco Zeffirelli, included Anne Bancroft as Mary Magdalene and Olivia Hussey as Mary, mother of Jesus, I played the part of the centurion who was present at the crucifixion, the one whose servant had been healed by Jesus.

Much of the film was shot in Tunisia on the Mediterranean during January and February of 1976. A cold, damp wind continually knocked over floodlights and stung us with desert sand.
Linda

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 29.03.2005 13:17

Survived it just about! I didn\'t drink on good friday, im good catholic apart the goin to mass part! Hope all of you had a good one, im still stuffed from my easter eggs! Yep, i still get some from my mam & dad, your never too old for chocolate!
Ellen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 29.03.2005 13:11

Hi Elena from Italy. I\'ll be sure to kiss the aul sod for you. OK Webbie...when can we meet so I can kiss you for Elena
Ellen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 29.03.2005 13:09

Liz...there\'s no Easter parade any more. I\'m not sure why but I tink it had something to do with the I.R.A.

Linda...glad to see you survived the weekend! I remember hearing the story about the woman with the high heels and I remember being terrified at night!

I\'m having a lovely lazy day here with Laura.I love when she is off school. She\'s a great kid and great company. She goes back to school on the 4th.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 29.03.2005 12:05

linda this was a road of 12 houses with a large field in front,so no allys near by,i was for real belive it,im off to bed now,but webbie take care love u mate,and me cuz\'s,be good u two ok and behave ok im watching u both.i love u girls god bless u all love lizxxxxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 29.03.2005 11:59

hi linda did u injoy ur long weekend,webbie does the easter parade still be held with the army and so on,and berthie at the g.p.o.its been years since i seen it,how are u strehine i guess ur still at work u have a good evening love lizxxxxxx
Linda

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 29.03.2005 11:51

That was meant to be our street not out!! Im just brilliant....
Linda

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 29.03.2005 11:50

We had a story like that in out street, except it was a child that ran down an alley at the same time almost every night. U wouldn\'t see anyone & if you shouted the footsteps would just stop, and that was it....oohhh freaky! But it is true, still happens if its a quite night & no one is in the alley.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 29.03.2005 11:49

hi elena of italy there 2 people here from dublin who live there,my cousions marie and ellen,they will kiss the old sod for u,but they will kiss any oul sod haaaaaaa,i love them dearly belive me,they will do that,love lizxxxxxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 29.03.2005 11:44

haaaa,bloody great webbie,the best laugh since i though ellen was going to dance in her thongs,u mean ellen u have to iron urself out.haaaa,ah colin can do that with a steam rollor.go on give it a go.haaa thongs we wear on our feet here.webbie marie and ellen grew up with me,im not sure if they went down corpration st as they are younger than me,but the road we lived on pairc lein,im not sure if they remember but at midnight every nightwe could here what sounds like a women in high heels walk up the road,i walked the same road seen no one and looked out the window no one,ok love lizxxxx
elena

Location:
Italy


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posted: 29.03.2005 11:30

Hi all!

Does anyone of you live in Dublin? If so, please, say hallo to Dublin from me. I really love the city and I miss it very, very, very much!!!!!!!!! I hpe to come back soon!

bye bye
Linda

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 29.03.2005 11:21

Webbie, i thought it was funny!
elena

Location:
Italy


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posted: 29.03.2005 11:20

The webcam n.3 is so nice... When I lived in Dublin, I walked on this street every day and I knew the man working on Singer shop.

Bye bye to everybody!
webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 29.03.2005 10:55

...thanks one and all for your prayers.......appreciated. Go raibh mile maith agaibh.
Linda

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 29.03.2005 10:39

Here, Here.......
  
Webmaster-Comment: A man is dining in a fancy restaurant and there is a gorgeous redhead sitting at the next table. He has been checking her out since he sat down, but lacks the nerve to
start a conversation.

Suddenly she sneezes, and her glass eye comes flying out of its socket towards the man.


He reflexively reaches out, grabs it out of the air, and hands it back.


"Oh my, I am so sorry," the woman says as she pops her eye back in place.


"Let me buy your dinner to make it up to you," she says.


They enjoy a wonderful dinner together, and afterwards they go to the theater followed by drinks. They talk, they laugh, she shares her deepest
dreams and he shares his. She listens.


After paying for everything, she asks him if he would like to come to her place for a nightcap ....... and stay for breakfast.


They have a wonderful, wonderful time.


The next morning, she cooks a gourmet meal with al! l the trimmings.


The guy is amazed!! Everything has been SO incredible!!!!


"You know," he said, "you are the perfect woman. Are you this nice to every guy you meet?"



"No," she replies........." >


"You just happened to catch my eye."


(Oh shut up, I just forward them, I don't write them.)