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Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 24.03.2005 15:08

Good day everyone! Pat & Linda great stories, something to brighten up anyone\'s day. Hi Webbie, I like the new saying on Cam 4 - WiFi. Well Sally, Gary, and everyone we have snow too, not bad like the East, but the roads are slick. I tried to put a bubble around my little green car, but couldn\'t drive. So now I\'m out there with all the trucks. I really don\'t want to work too. It is so nice when anyone can stay home and just watch the snow fall. Glad your back Ellen from the wedding. Charlie Hi to you, glad you checked in. Liz and James sweet dreams. I wonder if they are dreaming up some new kind of scheme for us.



Take care all

Love and Hugs,

Your Friend in Snowy Wyoming

Stephanie
Patricia





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posted: 24.03.2005 14:44

Liz, go to bed and get your beauty sleep. I am glad you are better. Just don\'t overdo, now, and have a relapse.

Hello, everyone else, and Webbie. Good Morning, Steph. We\'ll probably close up the office a little early on Good Friday, but otherwise us heathens in the US will be working until then.

Got to go to the office now, as a matter of fact, so...

See Ya!

Pat



Patricia





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posted: 24.03.2005 14:34

Funny story, Linda, about El Paso. Reputation for being a little rowdy? Here\'s a true story from the wilds of North Florida.

We have a local Redneck bad boy, Mark Saunders. Well, Mark caught a big old water turtle, about a foot in diameter, known for being a vicious critter, bad biters, and put him in the back of his brand new pickup truck. Somehow, he got the feeling that the turtle liked him, so he drove around to find his buddies to show them the turtle. He was standing in the bed of the pickup truck, and he said, “Look, he’ll even let me pet his head”, and he leaned down to pet the turtle’s little bald head, whereupon the turtle got a hold on Mark’s finger and wouldn’t let go. Mark was whirling around in the back of his truck, bleeding and yelling and swearing, with a big turtle hanging from his finger.

continued...
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 24.03.2005 14:32

continued...

Well, finally the turtle let go, and Mark was so furious, he said, “I’m gonna shoot that Sumbitch”, so he pulled out his gun and shot the poor turtle, and also shot a number of holes in his pickup truck. One bullet went straight through the gas tank, and I’d love to say it sparked an explosion, it would make a better story, but it didn’t. Anyway, Mark had to be taken to the emergency room and almost lost a finger, and the wrecker had to tow away the truck.

Happy Easter to you all, from Florida Redneck country.

Pat
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 24.03.2005 11:28

ah webbie thank u so much,now ill get better faster,its lasting a long time,but ur blessing will work,i love you mate,i looks a lovely day in dublin.tell me webbie,i dont know if u remember when as kids we done the 7 chaples,i loved it.i think my cousion was one person who came with me,thank u so much webbie take care love lizxxxxx
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...be careful...we are not as young as we used to be....
The 7 chapels......now that was a lot after my time I think....did a google for it and didnt find it.....but I know we attended church on each of these three days, culminating in the ceremonies on Good Friday.....with the Stations of the Cross.....A very religious time of year and time for penance....course the young wans would know nuttin of this at all....they'd be tryin to get into a pub on Good Friday.......cad a dheanfhaimid feasta gan adhmad....lorl
Is Seoirse over with you. He is missing and I hope he is not ill. He mighta managed to catch one of those bunnies, though, and that creates it's own problems.....lorl
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 24.03.2005 11:17

hi webbie darling,its like i lost me right arm,without u,its great to see something from,u,keep well ok i love u mate,oh dpnt worry about me cousions,they are the wild side of the family,but a good bunch,oh all this talk of wicklow,let me be there in the summer please god,im going back to bed,i need me beauty sleep,hi charlie still in ireland.keep well mate ok love lizxxxxx
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...good to see you getting back into yerself.......(ya were outta yerself for a while).....oiche mhaith agas codladh samh
Linda

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 24.03.2005 11:06

Ellen, didn\'t think every1 called Dundalk EL Paso! I only found that out last year that it was called that! Get with the times Linda!
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....we will agree on this....Carlingford is beautiful and I particularly like the marina....Have been at the Cooley festival a few times....
Ellen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 24.03.2005 11:03

Webbie... your an awful man! My brother calls Dundalk El Paso too!

I\'m still in my jammies so I better go and get dressed I suppose.

Heading up to El Drogheda today. It\'s just up the road.
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....araggggh sure they are not a bad lot at all at all.....
charlie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 24.03.2005 10:25

mornin all. Hi webbie i see your keeping them at it . just walking the streets of 01 in the rain now. going to spend the weekend in Galway. hope ye all had a good St, Pats day. See ye.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...hi Charlie....it ain't easy I tell you.....lorl....Have a nice time in Galway......beautiful city.....Slan
Linda

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 24.03.2005 09:42

Well Ellen,i was in the garden of Ireland myself, it really is beautiful, but i was only driving through to go to the port and it is lovely. The mountains are beautiful there, but they all look the same anyway, we have the cooley right beside us. I love to go up there, Gorgeous views of the town from the top, your just right on the border on the mountains, Newry & Warringpoint one side & Dundalk (EL Paso!) on the other with Carlingford lough 2 the east. spectacular, the Americans love it, your guaranteed to meet some lookin for leprechauns! But you do get some gullible eejits.

Gary D, mind yourself on them roads! We\'d be lucky to get an inch of snow all winter to settle! Look at me yapperin on, any craic wit yourselves? x
Linda





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posted: 24.03.2005 09:42

Dia duit mo chara!

Well pat, your a header! The reason webbie says im from El Paso is because a good few years ago there was a IRA fella watchin tv in the bar of a hotel in the middle of town and he was watchin the horse racing, he lost the race & pulled out a gun and shot the tv, i know, it sounds like it was in a film but nope, honest to god, true story....

  
Webmaster-Comment: ...hmmmmm....a likely story....more like it was 10 of them in 10 different hotels and they lost every race......(well they had a radio as well for keepin in contact...lorl)
Ellen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 24.03.2005 09:02

Liz...good to see you\'re feeling better. Sara & Gerson are off to Austria on Sunday.

The wedding was great. We had such a laugh.Too many stories to go into and you really would have had to be there to appreciate the funny side of them.

Wicklow is still beautiful. I love the rugged countryside of The West but Wicklow isn\'t called the garden of Ireland for nothing.
Ellen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 24.03.2005 08:56

Good morning everybody...Guten Morgen Sara...Howya Linda...Get out of bed Marie...Stay in bed Liz.

Sara...I love you hon. Sorry I missed you last night.

James...you\'re a genius. I love the stuff you write and I\'m writing it in a into my collection of poetry.

Pat...how are you, me aul sagosha?

Stephanie...I haven\'t forgotten you.

Colin is off work now until next Tuesday so we\'re going up to Drogheda today to order the wooden floor.Our friend from Germany (Henryk) is coming over att he beginning of May to help Colin do the work. We\'re replacing our doors too.

I hate getting work done. It stresses me out.
elizabethrconnolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 24.03.2005 08:55

hello every one.im good thank god little tired,had a lovely day with my daughter and grand daughter.well our james is giving us the load down on his life in pomes,how about a few songs mate,saraso ur only going on ur hony moon,what ever u do injoy it haaa,see can u get it to rub off on ur cousin,she needs to settle down now,sally is james giving u a hard time take care love lizxxxxx
james rogers, fremantle

Location:
Australia


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posted: 24.03.2005 04:20

part three.

Did you hear the sound of trams, rattling along O\'Connell Street slow, were the ghosts of 1916! asleep inside the G.P.O.

And did you hear Brian Baru, let out his battle cry, when the Danes left Clontarf, without even saying goodbye.

Have you been to shop in Henry Street, are you spending money hard or did you do a Singapore and flash your mastercard.

When you stood outside the Mero, did you do so in a hush, did you journey back to yesteryear, standing on the fourpenny rush.

See Ya Later. Jimmy.
james rogers, fremantle

Location:
Australia


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posted: 24.03.2005 04:12

Patrica, what the Sha go Sha are you talking about? Dont involve me in you rellies squabbles, i could\'ent give a fiddlers elbow about Sha go Sha or anyone related to him.

You come on here to have a laugh, thank you Sally, and Patrica tells me to go Sha go Sha myself? i ask you. There was a one in Caple Street who did a bit of Sha go Sha, i wrote a sing about her.

Dolly Dolly Fausset, the queen of Caple Street, Dolly Dolly Fausset the queen of the elite.

Men from every nation, with open arms she\'d greet.

She made them dance an Irish Jig to a Latin American beat.



And a happy Sha go Shato you too Patrica hahaha.
james rogers, fremantle

Location:
Australia


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posted: 24.03.2005 04:01

Part two,

Did you see your cousin Bridie, does she still look eighteen, she looked like Lana Turner my favourite movei queen.

And did you see your man! ah , you know the one i mean, your man who\'s sister is on the game around St Stephens Green.

Are you jogging round Dublin with your Singapore shorts on.

Hav e you been down to the boozer had a jar and sang a song.

And did you take a moth, up to the furry glen? did she judge you a good sportsman, and give you a score of ten.

To be continiued Jimmy.
Patricia





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posted: 24.03.2005 04:00

Hi, Gary D, be careful driving in the morning. That goes for all of you who are having storms.

P
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 24.03.2005 03:54

I\'ve had a busy day, litle chickens, couldn\'t get back to sort you out until now, and it is almost 11:00 pm.

Somebody tell the rest of us poor curious souls the story about the \"quare-hawk\" banshees in El Paso, which town I take to be Linda\'s Dundalk?

Gawd, I never saw such buck-passing and waffling around as this morning, when you all were trying to figure out what \"sha go sha\" means. Ellen says Marie will tell us, Marie says her poor little daughter will tell us, Elena says James will tell us, James just makes jokes, and Liz simply makes up an answer. Linda is the only one honest enough to tell the truth...NOBODY KNOWS! Webbie finally gets a reference book, and saves all your sorry backsides. And I get on this site to learn something about Ireland\'s culture???!! Fine bunch you are! I\'m telling you, that\'s what happens to a people who have too many vowels in their language. Hehehehehe.

See you all tomorrow. Take Care.

Pat
Sally





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posted: 24.03.2005 03:36

Oh yes James,you are truly the most poetic person I have the pleasure of knowing.Liz are you blocked out?Webbie said The part they need is coming tomorrow!!
Sally





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posted: 24.03.2005 03:33

Hello,Thank you Gary .We are having a mixture all day.Keeps changing over to snow now.Yes I live about 20 minutes from Smithtown.I wish you & your family a very Happy Easter Gary. Sally
james rogers, fremantle

Location:
Australia


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posted: 24.03.2005 03:24

A letter to my mate in part.

G\'day Paddy.

So how is Dublin in the springtime of 2005, are the ladies still young, beautiful and alive.

Is Grafton Street a wonderland is there magic in the air, is the craic still ninty, do you think you\'ll get a ware.

Did you see Molly Molone walk on cobblestones of grey, did Anna Liffey smile at you as you strolled along her way.

Did you wave your hand at Parnell as you crossed O\'Connell Stret, did Daniel step down from his mantle and take your hand to greet.



To be continued. Jimmy.
james rogers, fremantle

Location:
Australia


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posted: 24.03.2005 03:18

A letter to my mate in part.

G\'day Paddy.

So how is Dublin in the springtime of 2005 are the ladies still young, beaqutiful and alive.

Is Grafton Street a wonderland, is there magic in the air, is the craic still ninty, do you think you\'ll ger a ware.

Did you see Molly Lolone walk on cobble stones of grey did Anna Liffey smile at you as you strolled along her way.

To be continiued, Jimmy.







gary d

Location:
USA - Pennsylvania


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posted: 24.03.2005 03:04

HI Sally:They have the interstates closed here now. It fell at 2\" an hour. Ice everywhere also. Hope all is well on Long Island. I used to go to Smithtown years ago. Beautiful. Have a friend in SouthHampton as well. Also beautiful there. Hapy Easter Sally-gary d. in good ole\' dunmore, Pa.
o

Location:
USA - Kentucky


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posted: 24.03.2005 02:18

so i think it best you get off this site or the people will get you off