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elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 27.03.2009 10:31

Well i just heard from jack..he said jack 2 is away for a few day ..well i think he should come back a nicer person ..im saying no more .just behave .jack 1 sad ..oh got got that lovely dog for a screan saver he is so lovelyjim looking at that old photo is lovely how clean dublin lokked what went wrong ahhh love lizxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 27.03.2009 04:07

G\'day all hold it hold it now with this talking of mash mushy peas and all the other stuff ..now i just feel like a ten ton truck..ahhhhhhhhhhhh .well miclin come here darling with your mushy peas and mash oh dont forget the backed beans ohhhhhhhhh its to die for ..no not really die..haa mies and miclin a pome about food ..well your waste will be so huge you will need a tent to wear ..but then ..did you al get the photo from jim its lovely i remember them day ah god be with te days ..haa love lizxxx
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 27.03.2009 03:26

Hello all! Or good night. Great magical picture on Cam 5 right now. It looks like a fairytale.

Snowed last night, but my head was hurting so bad on Wed night, that I called in sick then and slept all day, so I feel so much better.

Well since I study online, I bought me a pedal bike for the floor, so I can exercise while I study. So far so good. Love it. Well I\'m off now, didn\'t read entries, but it looks like we all enjoy our sausage and cheese sandwiches. Of course I do like the veggie style sausages they don\'t hurt my tummy.



Love and Hugs,

Steph
Patricia





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posted: 27.03.2009 02:39

Holy Mackerel, another day has passed and I haven\'t gotten my sausage sandwich from Bradley\'s Country store yet, I was tearing around from place to place all day, and couldn\'t drive 10 miles out of my way. I spent 3 hours in the doctor\'s office this afternoon, to have him tell me there\'s something wrong with a disk in my back, and I have to do exercises and if that doesn\'t help, I have to go for physical therapy. I didn\'t want to hear that. Between that and having no time for a sausage sandwich all day, my life is ruined. Well, tomorrow is another day.

Mies, did you compose that lovely poem yourself? We are going to have to make you poet laureate of the GB, since I think Micilin googles his up to suit the ocassion. Occassion. Occasion. Whatever.

Busy day, bed is waiting. Nice beach on CAM 5, Mr. Westlake. Y\'all be good.

Pat

Annette

Location:
Germany


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posted: 26.03.2009 21:25

...you all made my mouth water... I\'ll have to find something to eat though it\'s pretty late here. Sausages or fries, whatever...



Mies the poet???

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 26.03.2009 17:35

How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.

I love thee to the potatoes cut in strips, fried to perfection.

To the spicy, meaty, beany mixture that needs no correction,

To the mild, sweet onions and golden sprinkles of chedder,

When all seems bleak, no other comfort food makes me feel better,

I love thee freely, as men strive for good taste,

I love thee purely, even though you stretch my waist,

If you truly want world peace, then it\'s time you take a stance,

All I am saying is give Chili Cheese Fries a chance...

Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 26.03.2009 16:51

Mick-That sounds great & I don\'t even know what some of it is. As for sausage I don\'t have a favorite, I like them all. Italian, German, Polish, Bratworst, my friend Chuck\'s homemade Duck sausage. No matter I\'ll feast on it all. Ay Conley\'s Restaurant they have an Irish Country breakfast on the menu with bangers, cottage bacon, cottage potatoes & eggs that is great.
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 26.03.2009 16:40

Mr Mies is fighting dirty and trying to curry favour with Annette by saying he prefers German sausage.

Let me tell you friends that aside from sausage, mash and mushy peas there is no finer dish than micilin\'s home-made toad in the hole with the best Bunker\'s sizzling pork bangers, melt-in-the mouth Yorkshire pudding and onion gravy with a side dish of Bedfordshire Clanger.

Spiffing
Mies the Killjoy

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 26.03.2009 16:34

SORRY MR. MIES BUT I DON\'T THINK SO!!! NOT ON YOUR DIET AND YOU NEED TO STAY THE COURSE IF YOU\'RE GOING TO BE PRETTIER THAN MICK
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 26.03.2009 16:34

Sausage and Mash



If thereís a dish

For which I wish

More frequent than the rest,

If thereís a food

On which I brood

When starving or depressed,

If thereís a thing that life can give

Which makes it worth our while to live

If thereís an end

On which Iíd spend

My last remaining cash,

Itís a sausage, friend,

Itís a sausage, friend,

Itís a sausage, friend, and mash.



Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 26.03.2009 14:49

I guess I have to jump in & settle this once & for all. I think I\'ll go to the Longhorn BBQ for lunch & have 1 of their famous Chilli Dogs, a German Sausage smoothered in Texas style chilli, covered with cheese & onions & topped with Tabasco Sauce, with a side of frys & tartar sauce.
Patricia





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posted: 26.03.2009 14:38

Awwww, Webbie. Sweet cleeks of Connie Talbot. She is an adorably cute child, and can sing. The one with the little Korean child made me cry. There you see the difference between really cute and heart-stopping, exquisitely beautiful, the little pianist is so lovely she doesn\'t seem real. God Bless her, she\'s blind. I hope she has a great career. Thanks, Webbie, I always like to start my day out sobbing.

See ya.

P
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 26.03.2009 14:00

Mornin\'...

Wot??!!! Is this the Great Chili Cheeze Fries vs Sausage Sandwich War of 2009? I\'m in right now on the SS side, and I advise you CCF people to throw in the towel (after you have used it to mop the chili off your chins) before it is necessary for me to call in Madame Woo, who has so many letters after HER name that typing only half of them would blow this GB to smithereens. And I\'m just the man...errrrr, woman...who could do it. Up the SS!

I\'ve got a busy day...Y\'all be good.

P

Annette





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posted: 26.03.2009 12:37

Liz, here\'s your smiley...

Annette

Location:
Germany


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posted: 26.03.2009 12:36

Good night, Liz. Sleep well. :

Webbie, thanks for the cleeks. That girl is a real cutie. But \'The Eagles\' and the \'Jam Session\' was great, too. That\'s a bit more to my taste.

Mick, it\'s hard to decide between the both of you. There are the poems and the quotation of \'Hamlet\' on the one hand and the cooking and fishing experience on the other hand... hmmmmm??? hehehehe

I have to google that sausage sandwich that Pat mentioned. Too many experts expressed their thoughts about them. Even a botany expert (???)had to add his two cents. I nead my own opinion.

See you later.

elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 26.03.2009 11:44

Oh miclin .well i cant call you a nanny goat now can i ..she is pretty ..haa oh yes miclin i dont know ive seen both of you..oh god its very hard..the years have taken their tole on you both ah to be sure .. a bit like didya and the 2 jacks ..oh mother of god dont they look old ..i think dr chillie well me ould son with youur know how and webbies know how.all i can say god save the world .good night god bless all love lizxxx
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 26.03.2009 10:52

OLD GOAT!!!!

Liz - thy rapier tongue hast pierced me to the pith and marrow.

Love to take a walk along that road and maybe rest awhile beside the locheen with a nice cheese sandwich and perhaps a big curly Cumberland sausage to dip in the pot of English mustard I\'d have in my knapsasck.

Don\'t want to get in a wrangle with Mr Mies over who\'s the prettiest - but I\'ve seen a picture of him and I\'m sorry mate it\'s no contest I\'m afraid.



Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 26.03.2009 08:00

  
Dr. Chillie C. freyes MD

Location:
Other-Not Shown


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posted: 26.03.2009 04:34

I beg your pardon Ms Pat, but I treat many people with anything from lockjaw, thrush, swamp sickness, dropsy to distemper and I ALWAYS prescribe Chili Cheese Fries!...A good monstrous serving size with onions will cure anything! It\'s very cleansing, if you know what I mean...Proves that not only Chili Cheese Fries are good for the universe, but if given to world leaders could solve all the problems on earth and beyond...

*GIVE CHILI CHEESE FRIES A CHANCE* (New chant that will soon catch on)

  
Webmaster-Comment: Dear Dr Chillie,
We are so pleased to have you address the health aspects of our members. I can confirm that I am familiar with the treatments you so enthusiastically recommend. While my own expertise is in the botany arena (I am a MOP) I have read that nailclippings, when added to the CCF recipe, give added protection from a whole host of potentially dangerous knee injuries, by strengthening the mussels. I hope you agree with this. If you suspect anything fishy please let us know.
Webbie, MOP
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 26.03.2009 02:56

Hi patrica..i could do with one of them sauage sandwich to make me do funny things ..as the professer said what was it ..haaa i need something real good..mr mies now now i said some one here to say who the best looking.is now..ok watch that other knee..mies dont put toughts into his head its big anough ..so im watching you.mr mies ok..you too miclin..oh that dog i have him as my screen saver i hope thats ok with mr wastlake he is just a darling ..if he was a man oh my ..he is so lovely..lovve lizxxxx.
Patricia





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posted: 26.03.2009 00:39

Lordy, I don\'t know who is younger or more handsome, Micilin or Mr. Mies. They will just have to settle that between the two of them, I guess. What I do know, and object to strenuously, is your characterizing sausage sandwich eaters as some kind of delusional nuts, Prof. Kielbasa. Salt of the earth, sausage sandwich eaters, fine people. It\'s those chili cheese french fry eaters who will eventually cause the downfall of the universe, they haven\'t got a lick of sense. Hehehehehe.

P
Patricia





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posted: 26.03.2009 00:11

Nice pic today, Eamon. Here\'s a story I googled up about the Famine Walk in your picture.



During the Famine in Ireland more than 2.5 million people died of hunger and many more emigrated to America to escape starvation. Like the rest of Connemara the Famine had a devastating effect on the area around Killary Harbour. In March 1847, a crowd of over 600 starving people, including many women and children gathered in Louisburgh seeking assistance from the relieving officer.

Continued...

Patricia





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posted: 26.03.2009 00:10

Cont.

He informed them that they would have to apply to the Board of Guardians who were to meet next day at Delphi Lodge, ten miles away. Having traversed the short mountain route they spent the night in the open, and proceeded on foot to Delphi . When they reached Delphi , the Board were at lunch and could not be disturbed. When they finally did meet with them, assistance was refused. That day it rained and snowed and there was piercing wind. On the longer coastal return journey to Louisburgh, over 400 of these souls were washed into the open waters or died from exposure by the shores of the Killary.

Patricia





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posted: 26.03.2009 00:05

I don\'t want any help, Prof. Keilbasa. I just want a sausage sandwich, which I will have to put off until tomorrow because I didn\'t have time to get one today. Bummer.

Prof. Kiełbasa





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posted: 25.03.2009 23:22

Hello, I have a degree in Sausageology. I have spent many years studying the effects of too many sausage and pepper sandwiches have on the brain. I can tell you now that it can cause severe hallucinations. One often believe he is something he is NOT...

Just a warning to any one out there experiencing such symptoms...GET HELP! Quick!!!