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charlie





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posted: 23.01.2005 22:07

Any who has\'nt got it, go out now and get \"Luke Kelly the Collection\". It\'s a double cd with Luke solo, it\'s a must have.
Charlie

Location:
Portugal


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posted: 23.01.2005 22:03

the hallowed halls and houses, the haunting childerens rhymes that once was dublin city in the rare oul times.



A pint for the red headed fella! RIP Luke.
Patricia





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posted: 23.01.2005 21:52

Had to put in Liz\'s lines...this is getting good.



Ring a ring a Rosie as the light declines,

I remember Dublin city in the rare oul times.

Full of song and story, heroes of renoun

Passing tales of glory, that was once old Dublin town.

And if I don\'t remember because I was never there,

I\'ll sing this song anyway, cause Gerry\'s paying the fare.

Pat
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 23.01.2005 21:40

Ring a ring a Rosie as the light declines

I remember Dublin city in the rare oul times.

And if I don\'t remember because I was never there,

I\'ll sing this song anyway, cause Gerry\'s paying the fare.



What\'s the tune, Gerry?



Pat

elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 23.01.2005 21:22

hi gerry full of song and storys.heros of renound.passing tails of glory that was once old dublin town,how is that mate.yes when did that speir go up in the city.bring back the piller now\'they can do with nelson what they did with old queen vic.ur mouth must be ok gerry with the f word\'yes charlie haaa that would be fun to see with the tea bags.im going to save them photos they are the best.ill send them to my cousin in utha in the u s a.u may know him gerry tony leonard.going to have a cup of tea with me tea bag in one peice take care drop in later love lizxxxxxxxx
Gerry

Location:
Canada - Ontario


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posted: 23.01.2005 21:07

Charlie, ya bloody Gob-shite, spoiling a good cuppa like that!~!

When were those photo\'s taking in Dublin?, I have\'nt seen the Spire in Person yet, I guess we\'ll all see it on the big trip !!



Our official anthem for the trip will be--- \"Dublin in the rear oul times\", so I want to hear you all practice your words, one line each please.. I\'ll start the ball rolling shhhh! Ring a ring a Rosie as the light declines I remember Dublin city in the rare oul times... Come on now Boys & Girls, only 50 days left to go.. As part of the on-going trip plans, I have arranged (In advance) the movie on the 747 to Dublin will be ....\"The committments\"

Quote ! The Lord sent him, On a Fucking Suzuki\"



Gerry in Party town Toronto
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 23.01.2005 20:29

good morning all ah chalie u did ur self proud they are lovely photos of dublin.good on ya mate.gerry poor devel ur frozen stiff and here i am melting its another lovely warm day 630 am sun shine for u smile if u can.hope ur mouth is not frozen too im going for me walk now love lizxxxxx
charlie

Location:
Portugal


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posted: 23.01.2005 20:04

Hi All. Hope all you snowbound people are ok an tucked up nice an warm, if you have any photos of the situation, could ye put them up please? A few new ones of Dublin gone up on my site.

Slan.
JOHN





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posted: 23.01.2005 19:36

USA HAS A SAD SITUATION CONCERNING GUNS. BRITAN , JAPAN,,GERMANY ETC. HAVE A LOT LESS PROBLEMS WITH FIRE ARMS BECAUSE OF MUCH TIGHTER LAWS AND LEGISLATION. THIS WAS PROVEN BY A UNIVERSTY STUDY .
Anna Brown

Location:
UK - England - North


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posted: 23.01.2005 19:16

hiya...

its only brilliant to be able to log on and look at my home city of Dublin.....I am an ex pat living in yorkshire and I miss dublin like mad....will come back here often





Anna Brown
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...hiya Anna - thanks for looking in....Slainte
Cgarlie





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posted: 23.01.2005 17:53

The street market is Moore st.

It\'s just round the corner from the GPO. I started my working life there in 1962 in one of the shops as a store boy. Thats where I first met tea bags! it was part of my job to make the tea, when I asked how much tea they liked in the pot someone said 5 so I tore open 5 tea bage an put it in the pot, the staff went mad \'cause they thought I was being smart, they would\'nt believe I had never seen tea bags before, live an learn!
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...ehehehehe....so when they asked you to "let the tea draw" ya presented some crayons to the teapot.....lol......Dont think there is much "loose" tea nowadays.....so ya dont ahve to blow down the spout to free up the flow....ehehehehhe
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 23.01.2005 15:46

Well, Gary D & JoAnn, you guys got a SNOW, didn\'t you? I will be calling Baltimore and Gettysburg later today, to talk to brothers, and I suppose I\'ll get an earful, although it isn\'t usually as bad there as in northern PA.

Charlie, I loved those pics. I like the format of that site better than the bucket one. You need to caption, I could tell the one with the Millenium Spire must have been taken from the North end of the O\'Connel St. Bridge, and the one of the river with Webbie\'s Trademark Gull in the foreground, beautiful! But I don\'t know where that fun-looking street market is.

Between those, and Webbie\' s website shots of the streets on his corner, I\'ve had a mini-trip to Dublin this morning. Webbie, were those shots of Talbot & Gardiner taken from the roof of the blue building? When we get there on Gerry\'s 747, we\'ll all be well oriented.

See you all soon. Goodnight, Liz.

Pat
gary d

Location:
USA - Pennsylvania


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posted: 23.01.2005 15:22

Hello All:Well, we certainly got snow. About 18\" outside, -15celsius,wind chill -21.Have to go out & shovel now before the temps drop.Streets are still undriveable. Hope all are ok. JoAnn in Pa., hope it\'s better @ your end of the state. I wish I were in Oz with Liz, where its warm.Hi to Steph in Wyoming & Fla. Pat as well. Happy Sunday\'s to all. The church\'s will be empty today for allthe masses. God Bless all,& a better week ahead as well. Gary D., in good ole\', snowy white, frigid, Dunmore, Pa.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....those are some temps Gary.....cant even imagine how bad that would be........wood log fire required to abck up the central heating......grrrr.....Hope it improves for you.
JoAnn

Location:
USA - Pennsylvania


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posted: 23.01.2005 15:20

I am absolutely loving the pictures you guys are putting up of Dublin. Encore Encore



JoAnn
JoAnn

Location:
USA - Pennsylvania


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posted: 23.01.2005 15:17

Hello Everyone,



Having a great snowed-in day so far. We are gearing up for the Eagles game. I have chicken wings and some popcorn shrimp and cold Yuenglings.

E-A-G-L-E-S Eagles!

Hope I\'m not heartbroken tomorrow. Not that I\'m not used to being heartbroken, being an Eagles fan.

Have a great day everyone.



JoAnn
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....and no worms or snails.........and ye won.........congrats.....
charlie





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posted: 23.01.2005 14:00

Mornin all. Heres a few photos from 01 at xmas.

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Webmaster-Comment: ....very nice Charlie
Gene R Donohue

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 23.01.2005 12:09

Thanks for the Web Cam
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....thanks for taking the time to write.......Slainte
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 23.01.2005 11:26

good night all have a great day love lizxxxxxx
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....g'nite
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 23.01.2005 11:00

good evening all.its meself again.had a lovely day thank god.and a lovely bbq it was good lamb chops and more.hi gerry are u ok mate.come to oz ull never freeze again.take care ok.patrica hi have a great day also and stephine too joann u take care in that snow i know u like it but its cold charlie u have a good day too.brian are u ok ur not the same since that trip.ur blood is full of beer and its wore u out so take care also.ozzie mike did u have a bbq today.and gary how could i forget u mate take care also.have a great day love lizxxxxxxxx
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...yummy...yummy....bbq chops........nice....
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 23.01.2005 03:25

well whats this charlie.wearing red gaiters.patrica do u still go for them.they went out with the ark.charlie must be as old as webbie.oh god they will kill me but there u ya go.some things never die.hi thomas.welcome to the webbie site.stephine we are having our bbq later on my daughter and son in law is going to the mountins.with reghan.just traking about the day is lovely so take care all in that bad weather love lizxxxxx
Thomas Rowell

Location:
Canada - Prince Edward Island


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posted: 23.01.2005 02:31

Just having a look around your nice site with all the pictures and listining to the Irish music which I love.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....hi Thomas....thanks for visiting......Hope the PEI cam is still working....Slainte
Stephanie





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posted: 23.01.2005 00:12

Oops, it is suppose to say: \"Take care all my Friends\"



Steph
stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 23.01.2005 00:12

good day everyone 5pm here. Saturday has gone by so fast. Cloudy here today, and misty. Which is weird for us. Feels like March. Gerry hang in there. Two more months til it is officialy spring. Liz hope you had a great weekend. Pat don\'t think about hurricane season yet. Take a vacation those months. Take all of my Friends and Webbie.



Your Friend in Wyoming

Stephanie
  
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charlie





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posted: 22.01.2005 23:22

Mornin webbie, when you get in have a look at this. If you feel like a good walk next weekend but be carefull make sure to leave a note saying where ur going and when you expect to be back and make sure to keep an eye on the weather.

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This scan is taken off sheet 56 Discovery Series. Wicklow Dublin kildare
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....thanks Charlie......dont want to get me muscles all knotted up......gonna stick with the Forty-foot....lorl
charlie





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posted: 22.01.2005 22:57

Hi pat. Had a look at the mud-bogging, Its a bit winter hill walking in wicklow. Muck up the knees, I have some photos, if I can find them ,of my students on one of the training sessions up around the Kilbride army range, hey webbie have you ever been up there? From Tallaght take the old bawn road all the way out past the reservoir go on to stone cross take the left( I forgot go right at Bridget Burkes)

turn up over the hill and down to the fireing range, the walk is called \" the Shankill river valley horseshoe\" takes about 4hours or you can make it last the whole day. Have to be carefull if the army are fireing even if you stay outside therb boundry, some of dem boys cant shoot stright!
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....have been down there a few times....not often....wouldnt really know the area that well........me a north-sider.....