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Charlie

Location:
Portugal


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posted: 06.03.2005 15:17

Hi Seoirse,Dermot realy is one of the best people ya could ever meet. Helped me alot with my climbing, always calm, cool and good fun. Did ya listen to the interview?
Seoirse

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 06.03.2005 15:10



Hi Charlie....after I deleted the first \"r\" from \"/aurthorhtm/\" in the URL, the site came up ok.......Nice site........thanks......



Charlie





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posted: 06.03.2005 14:33

Hi all readers. I did some mountain training with this guy. Very interesting and a nice man.

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Charlie

Location:
Portugal


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posted: 06.03.2005 14:24

Hi James. What \'bout Roddy Doyle?
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....cya Wednesday PG
james rogers

Location:
Australia


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posted: 06.03.2005 14:16

g\'day Sally, i\'m wearing my gag ok ha ha ha, it was said that Ireland is the biggest asylum in the world, you have to be mad to live there. G\'day Liz,you arrived to late for the gay mardi gra, ha ha ha. Have a beaut holiday, hope you are flogging my tapes there ha ha ha. Patrica, Dublin produced some of the greatest writers on this planet. Oscar O\'Flaherty Wilde, Dean Swift, George Bernard Shaw, James Joyce, Sean O\'Casey, Brendan Behan, their books were banned in Ireland.
Sally





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posted: 06.03.2005 13:36

Glad you made it safely Liz & are enjoying yourself.Good morning Patricia.James you laugh but sound a bit serious speaking of Ireland.Ease up a bit. I thought maybe Webbie\'s getting ready ffor St. Paddy\'s Day. have a good day everyone!!!
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....yep Sally...getting things in order and hoping for good weather......
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 06.03.2005 13:22

Hi, Liz! Glad to see you arrived ok, and are enjoying yourself. Keep having a good time.

Ah, James, the comics. Have you ever read the American \"Pogo\"? He\'s a little humanized animal who lives in the middle of the Okefenokee Swamp, and says very wise things, sometimes.

Sure, Ireland\'s history is the same as any other country\'s, good and bad, but long and colorful. In spite of it\'s small size, it has survived for 1000 years, and there is something to be learned from studying why that is so...

I\'ve got a busy day today, so I\'ll have to say \"Goodbye\".

Have a good day, All.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...Hi ya'll...hi Liz. I got back home ok...thanks....ehehehehhe......we'll do that again....lorl

I took in the tango world championships on me way back - Buenos Aires - boys and gals am I tired.....
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 06.03.2005 11:17

hi every one.ah u iss me all ready..thank u so much.so ur looking for webbie well he is here with me ..haaa i put him in my case..im good thank god.its was a lovely flight down got to sydney early and been busy with my son stephen and his girl tania...i got to see my baby brother.oh he looks great thank god..i love him.patrica ill send u a photo of us soon ok..u can show webbie and everyone ..its good been here a little cool.but ill get there..james hi mate u telling lies about ireland hey..how are u darling..ill try and ring u soon ok mate...ill chat again soon ok love lizxxxxxxx
james rogers

Location:
Australia


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posted: 06.03.2005 04:11

G\'day Sally, Patrica, i was reared up reading the beano and dandy , all life was in those comics There was Korky the cat, Desperate Dan, Lord Snooty\'s gang, Keyhole Kate, Roger the dodger Danny longlegs. Jimmy and his magic patch. ha ha ha. The problem with Ireland, to much history, murder, suffering, spitefullness, Ireland is a land were everyone is a Chief and no one is an Indian and we are all leading no one anywhere. ha ha.
Sally





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posted: 06.03.2005 02:19

Patricia,I saw an Amazon web sight with Maurice Walsh collector books but If you collect books,the small book shops are probably the best probably in Ireland theres a lo of them right webbie?
Patricia





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posted: 06.03.2005 01:02

Sally, JoAnn, a second close favorite Maurice Walsh book for me is \"Blackcocks Feather\", another historical adventure. Any one who likes Irish and Scottish history would enjoy his writing. And the guys on here take note, they aren\'t particularly women\'s books, either, lots of war and political assessment of their time in them, which of course is history now, as they were written in the 20\'s 30\'s and 40\'s. I believe Walsh wrote, with Sean O\'Faolin, a piece for the Saturday Evening Post during WW11, about why Ireland remained neutral in that war....I\'ve never read it, but I would like to. If anyone has time to read him, and can find the books, I hope you enjoy them as much as I do. They are the kind of books you keep, and re-read from time to time. At least, for me, that is true.

Pat

Sally

Location:
USA - New York


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posted: 06.03.2005 01:01

Hi Patricia,very quiet today.Elizabeth had a safe trip I hope when she finally did get off.I don\"t know where webbie went either.Maybe he\'s not speaking to us for some reason.Please do put that recipe up.enjoy your week-end
Patricia





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posted: 06.03.2005 00:49

Where\'s Webbie? He\'s been gone for days. The \"up at the Pro-Cathedral praying for lost souls\" story won\'t cut it this time, nobody knows that many lost souls.

Steph and James must be out somewhere, into their respective mischief.

JoAnn, a little hangover? Hope it was worth it. Avoid Mr. S\'s hangover cures, especially that one that involved swallowing an eyeball.

Liz is now safely in Sidney, I hope. God Bless Liz, a heart of gold, she deserves a wonderful vacation. I miss her already, hope she gets back on soon.

Girls and men who cook, I\'m typing my recipe for an Americanized corned beef and cabbage, and one for a sweet Irish soda bread. Quick, easy (no flames or smoke involved, Steph). I\'ll put them up on here before St. Patrick\'s Day, for you, so you can celebrate the day.

Take Care, All.

Pat
Sally

Location:
USA - New York


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posted: 05.03.2005 19:51

Yes,Patricia I am a reader.thankyou for the name of an author that writes well.I\"d rather read something old.I think the writers were better. James you are are a scoundrel but a sweet one. hi liz where ever you are.
JoAnn

Location:
USA - Pennsylvania


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posted: 05.03.2005 15:52

Hello Everyone!



Have a safe trip Liz, I guess the next time we hear from you it will be from Sydney.

Pat, you describe that author with such detail. I may have to check \'em out if I can find his books.

I\'ll mark my calender for March 9....3:30 Dublin time....Charlie at the white cone on cam 4. I think we\'ll have success with this one.

Have a great day all. I\'m nursing a little tiny hangover. I\'ll have to go back a few pages for some good remedies.

Enjoy your trip Liz.



JoAnn
DICK





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posted: 05.03.2005 15:18

THERE WAS A STUDY DONE BY A PROFESSOR ON INDUSTRIALIZED COUNTRIES THAT HAVE THE MOST AND LEAST RESTICTIONS ON GUNS. IT FOUND THAT COUNTRIES WITH THE MOST LEGISLATION ON GUNS WERE THE SAFEST [ THE LEAST FATALITIES ]. THE ONES WITH THE LEAST LEGISLATION HAD BY FAR THE WORST . IF YOU HAVE A CHANCE TO VOTE OR HAVE INPUT IN YOUR COUNTRY , THESE STATS ARE A GOOD THING TO KNOW.

JAPAN AND GREAT BRITIAN HAD A VERY VERY LOW RATE OF SHOOTINGS[ DUE TO THEIR HEAVY GUN LAWS , THE USA HAD BY FAR THE HIGEST RATE OF SHOOTINGS.

Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 05.03.2005 14:21

Bye, Liz. Travel safely, check in soon so we know you got there alright.

Charlie, Wednesday, March 9, at 3:30 Dublin time at the white cone on CAM4. Gotcha. Third time lucky, we missed Brian and MikeCA, but we\'ll see you.

Sally, are you a reader? If you like movie \"The Quiet Man\", you\'d like the books of Maurice Walsh, who wrote the story that was the basis of the movie. He was a novelist in the early 1900\'s, died I think in 1950, novels and short stories were set in Ireland, some were historical, some of the current (then) time. My favorite writer, I collect his books, are hard to find, mostly out of print. My favorite...\"And No Quarter\". Hopelessly old-fashioned reading by today\'s standards, but wonderful stories, characters so real and appealing you\'ll wish you knew them, of a time when personal integrity and honor was important. Find his books, you\'ll love them.

Have a good weekend, Everybody.

Pat
Seoirse

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 05.03.2005 14:18



Liz....You probably won\'t read this \'til you get to Sydney, but I hope you have a great holiday visit and a safe flight....

elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 05.03.2005 12:06

hi all how are u guys no im still here..but i dont have time in the morning..so ill say good night..god bless u all have a great day ill chat from sydney. so all u behave ur selfs ok ill be watching u all so take care love u ..love lizxxxxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 05.03.2005 07:40

hi all ive been busy today im just waiting.i leave at 6amsunday please god,thamk u stephine love ya too.sally u watch that james he is trying to sing his way into ur heart..and take my word he can do it...where are all our men folk..they all did a runner again..come out and show ur face..im leaving u al haaahaaaaa.bye..take care love lizxxxxxx
james rogers

Location:
Australia


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posted: 05.03.2005 03:40

Sally, Sally, the pride of our alley, dont stray from the alley and me.



ha ha ha.
james rogers

Location:
Australia


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posted: 05.03.2005 03:36

G\'day Dizzy, i left Ireland years ago, what do i remember haha.

Ireland, also known as Eire, The Emerald Isle, the 26 counties, Southern Ireland, the Old Country, The old sod,

Dark Rosaleen,or Rosin Dub.

It\'s an island belonging to the British Isle\'s but not a part of Britain, it\'s made up of four province, Ulster Munster Leinster and Connaugh.

32 counties, 6 of the 9 counties of Ulster are occupied by Britain, my name for it is the [BOZ] The Republic of Ireland is controled from Rome, it use to be a religious concertration camp, but i believe that is changing now.
Sally





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posted: 05.03.2005 03:28

James Everythingseemsto be coming up sally today.Places,poems it\'s lovely.I never really here my name.I\'m named for my grandmother & aunt Sarah.Hope Your day is good.Mine is ending
james rogers

Location:
Australia


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posted: 05.03.2005 03:20

It was down by the Sally gardens, my love and i did meet.

She passed by the Sally garden\'s, on little snow white feet.

She begged that i take life easy, like a leaf growing on a tree.

But i been young and foolish, with her did not agree.
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 05.03.2005 00:03

Liz and Sally I was watching, I just didn\'t want to interrupt. Liz have fun! We will miss you. Love ya.

Sally I am going home now, I think we\'ll go out to eat for dinner. No burnt food or stomped spiders. hehehehe



See ya tomorrow. I\'ll get on with my darn dial up.

Your Friend in Wyoming

Stephanie