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elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 20.01.2005 21:25

brian hi ur ok still recorving from the hang over.that ws too long got to get u a brain scan to see if ur ok mate.well ur going to have half of scotland in ur home.but u will love it with their kilts wow.highland fling.kilts flying haaa i can just see it.ah patrica poor lady no feet haaa u must have stumped about.it was so good then.we have not heard from gary hop he is ok love u all lizxxxx
elizabethrconnolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 20.01.2005 21:17

hello all late out of bed again.630am.well webbie i remember theat pork shop.oh the food there was lovely.but kenneddys bread yak.we use to sing kenneddys bread sticks to ur belly like lead.i liked bolands bread.yes ah the wellies no not for me too swettie ur feet must be rotton.but i liked me white runners. not like the runners today.i loved ester at home it was lovely.thats when the sun started to come out and bright evenings.see u all later take care love lizxxxxxx
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....I think that is what it is Liz
Kennedys bread would kill a fella dead
And Bolands bread would cure him.

K for Kennedys
E for energy,
N for nice and nourishing,
E for enjoyment,
D for delicious and
YS means your satisfied.....

Remember that jingle
Brian L. Gomes

Location:
Canada - Quebec


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posted: 20.01.2005 19:45

JoAnne, unfortunatly we didn\'t bother going into Glasgow as the weather was the pits. And Richard our host was arriving from Dubs into Glasgow at 10:30pm. The logistics of him going home first to drop his luggage off and then trying to get into downtown Glasgow and meeting up was nil. So we spent our Hogmany at the Howwood Inn. Check the Website out. They had a band and the food and drink was good. Still 700 ms.
JoAnn

Location:
USA - Pennsylvania


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posted: 20.01.2005 17:44

Hello Everyone,



Brian, did you get to see Snow Patrol? Did you like \'em?



Stephanie, I\'ve been practicing those syncronized(sp?) wave moves.



Have a good day everyone. I\'ll check in later.



JoAnn



flip to the left, flip to the right, slooooowly move the hand.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...ehehehehehheeh
Brian L. Gomes

Location:
Canada - Quebec


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posted: 20.01.2005 17:26

Just letting you know I\'m still alive. Just feeling a bit blue...as back to work blues. Plus it freakin\' cold here in Montreal. Like

-500,000 degrees. So I exagerate a bit. Who knew? Other than that Fiona is planning a 2nd visit later this year. I\'ve got 3 waves of Scots coming for a visit to Montreal. Hotel Gomes and Grill. Open for business. I always exchange telephone numbers and address when I\'m out partying. Some people just take you up on it! I love playing tour guide. So if your ever in Montreal my IMMEDIATE web friends, you have a place to stay. June, July and August. Richard from Scotland who also lives in Dubs, he alone is coming for 3 weeks. PARTY PARTY. Should be a scene. Maybe when he comes down we\'ll stand at a working MTL Web cam and wave and Irish / Scottish flag.



700 ms.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....hmmmmmmm.....Dear Lord....the next time Brian stands at the MTL web cam please cut the power.....thank you........lol
Zardoz

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 20.01.2005 17:22

Well here I am at the mouth of the Liffey, Off on me travels again, now lets see left or right?
  
Webmaster-Comment: .......straight on young man.....
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 20.01.2005 16:35

Good morning all. I have lots of work today, thanks to Webbie. Enjoying reading about your life in Ireland Charlie, sounds like you miss it.

take care all maybe chat more later today.



Your Friend in (Boring) Wyoming

Stephanie
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...I get blamed for everything around here..........grrrrrrrrr
charlie

Location:
Portugal


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posted: 20.01.2005 16:10

Mornin Pat. Have a look at this site for more info on Pat Ingo, dont forget no space's! ************************************************************* />


and if you get the chance read some of his stuff!
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 20.01.2005 15:20

Well, the Bad Boys Club is having a go talking about the old days. They think it was awful not to have any shoes, but in America we were so poor we didn\'t have any feet. Weren\'t allowed to grow them until we were old enough to work and buy our own shoes. Hehehehehe.

Don\'t tease, Webber. What did Pat Ingoldsby say about \"women with the Guineys bags\"? Do you dare to give us the gist of it, or are you scared of all the words that will rain down upon your head from all the women on here?

Good Morning, Everybody. Good Night, Liz.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...ehehehehhe...ok.....we shut up now........lorl. Geez.....and you think it was something "baddddddd"....lol........I threw the line about "I remember when ya wouldnt see a woman in a pub"...and none of the "sisters" bit......lol. Naa.....the Guineys bag is the same as any other given to shoppers with their purchased goods......there are two Guineys....Clery's Guineys and Michael Guineys. This is a distinctive sombre bag and it seems that what all would be purchasing would be eiderdowns. And of course eiderdowns all make a bag look the same. So nosey ppl like myself might wonder - what are all those ladies doing shopping for the same goods and at the same time of year and what are the goods. The old Pat satisfied my curiousity in one of his columns though. Sin e.......Slainte
charlie

Location:
Portugal


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posted: 20.01.2005 14:04

used to go to the scotch of a wednesday night, was in the Clondalkin motor cycle club and we\'d meet there and the straw hall in the strawberry fields out there along the liffey, miss spent youth, but it was a grand time! I had one of the garda second hand triumph\'s, ya had to carry a ton of spanners, just in case!
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...Strawberry Beds.........I remember those bikes......what they ahve now is a lot more sophisticated.......dont think they were Tiger Cubs....
charlie

Location:
Portugal


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posted: 20.01.2005 12:44

I met Pat outside trinity over the xmas he seemed fine then. Still with the cowboy hat an the long coat he was looking good seemed a bit stiff though but otherwise ok.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...I suppose I really dont be up town that much so dont see the regulars like Pat. A very talented man he is.
charlie

Location:
Portugal


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posted: 20.01.2005 12:37

I wonder is that the Fionn I did\'nt go to school with. Ya cant beat the smell of good well worn wellie, love it!

Do ya remember Conn Houliahan? use to have a pint and a bit of chess in mulligans ,poolbeg st, with him sometimes if he was in the humor! The Mac is great for the photos even though the pc has caught up still prefer the Mac for photo stuff plus Cathy dont like them so it keeps her away from the system and Macs like to hang if they get half a chance.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ..ehehehhe.

I often drank with Con around. In Mulligans and in the Scotch House. Never was directly in his company tho. I love his writings and he still writes some columns. He is getting a bit shook now. He is at his best when telling stories from his youth from the Kerry area and talking about nature in general
charlie

Location:
Portugal


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posted: 20.01.2005 11:45

webbie, I worked in a shop called BACON SHOPS I worked there as a store boy I was 13 at the time, it\'s the 1st shop after the 1st lane on the right side coming from henry st. it\'s a chinese shop now. hav\'nt setup the VOIP stuff yet. mostly e-mail an text comms. love Lough Dan spent a lot of time there over the years.Took 40, 7 to 12 year olds on a 10 day walk from D24 to Glendalough in 86/87? we walked out from D24 and back. the people at lough dan put us up for 2 days, it was a great trip. sometimes I meeet some of the kids and they still talk \'bout it even though they now have kids of their own. we all got a cert from Pat ingoldsbury, Pats hat/Patschat? I cant remember the shows name he had a kids programe on tv back then, do you remember him. I saw him the last I was in 01 selling his poetry an talking to people on the street, a great man!
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...probably knew that shop........now yer codding us with yer age......yer not in yer 90's.
Was in Lough Dan a few times with the great-great-great grandkids. Ya might remember one of them - Fionn MacCumhaill. He became famous afterwards.
Pat Ingoldsby - yes. A great character. Brilliant at observing human life. Dont see him now at all and I fear he may be confined to house. Read an article one day he wrote about his observations in the city centre and he captured quite clearly some of my own obs including the "women with the Guineys bags". It struck a note with me.
He didnt have much regard for money. Just needed a few bob to keep him going.
....Slan go foill.
charlie

Location:
Portugal


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posted: 20.01.2005 10:34

Mornin all. webbie it\'s not a bad deal we got from PT TELECOM, got the modem and a Siemens gigasetC1 phone aspart of the deal, the phone has SMS, partof the deal is 5 euro discount for the 1st year, it\'s 512kbs down an 128 upload. I had it setup and going for the first few day an them me hard disc died, this machine is a panasonic CF-72 \'bout 5 years old, I\'ll be laughing when/if I get the Mac G5 dual processor I want/need it for the photography, about 3grand here! ah well when your in the gutter ya can always look at the stars.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...sounds good.....
We are pc guys....no macs at all.......its a bit like the northside southside syndrome......yer either a mac man or a pc man.........eheheheheh
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 20.01.2005 10:12

hi webbie i lived in clontarf here in queensland it was my fathers people are from clontarf in dublin.when he married me mother he lost the money why he become one of us.thats when i lost me silver spoon.boohoooo.no im a green blooded dubliner.it may be cold but nice,gerry yes u keep working on that trip.got me cossie ready for dollymount beach.can u see me haaa ill look like a beached whale.what about suttons beach we have one here in redcliffe lovely spot.gary ur very quite. are u ok mate take care of ur self.see u all love lizxxxx
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....araghhhh sure yer happier amongst us commoners Liz.....sure money only brings ya heartache. As long as we have enough to feed ourselves and keep leather on our feet sure isnt that the main thing. Though I have a pair of wellies I ahve been wearing for the last 4 years - never take them off me - and they never let in the rain. Just ahve to jump in the bath once a month to get the black rings off me legs but sure thats no bother....And I'm as happy as the day is long......Slainte.
Yer feedin that terrier too well.......ehehehehhe
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 20.01.2005 03:42

hi charlie. im home after taking my grand daughter out with me.she is a good baby.i dont know if i could cope with anymore doh.as i dont drive.dont ask why.if my charlie was here haa he would tell the truth.ah yes the chair lift it goes up over a pine forest its lovely and the veiw.i know the roundabout in ballyfermott. i liked moor st thats me madin namE SORRY ABOUT THE WRITING THE BABY HIT THE KEY BOARD.ILL TALK WHEN SHE GOES TO SLEEP LOVE LIZXXXXX
charlie

Location:
Portugal


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posted: 19.01.2005 23:16

Liz, I forgot, I lived on ballyfermot drive, it\'t between the church round about an the roundabout ath the county bar. We moved there when I was 6 months old, we used to live on the coombe we got the house when they were clearing and knockind down the old coombe tenements. a 2 bedroom house with 1 toilet, after a while there was 5 boys an 5 girls & mam an dad. I have 4 kids and they used complain cause we only had a 4 bedroom house with 3 bathrooms, So then i\'d give them the fairy tales of Ireland an that would shut them up fast!
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....eheheheheh....sounds familiar....
charlie





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posted: 19.01.2005 23:04

Hi Liz, enjoy the babt sitting. I used go up the pillar a few times a week in 1963 on me lunch time, I worked in Moore st just round the corner. Bray head was good in the summer, up there a few times also, never got on the chairs, wonder are they still working. Did you ever go to the Hellfire club?

I used to bring youth club and scout leaders on navagition and mountain craft an stuff like that training in the hills round dublin an wicklow. The night training was good fun! It\'s a pity they blew up the pillar could have took yor man off it an put one of ours up there. Did you see the new yoke they have in it\'s place now? A big steel spike with blue lights much bigger than the piller! Dont know what to think \'bout it, very modern, maybe thats a bit of what 01 needs sure it\'s there now wonder how long it\'ll last. Will ya tell Steph ,webbie an meself are only waffeling like ould dubs will.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....Lough Dan?
.....did u work in Madigans ??
elizabethrconnolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 19.01.2005 22:39

hi there charlie.ive never been up nelsons piller but did bray head have u been up the piller.my sister did she sat on the last step.its good on the head went up on the chir lift but walked down its better.what road did u live on in ballyfermot my friend lived on ardmore road.i knew a mattie mc\'mullen there will chat soon babysitting love lizxxxx
elizabethrconnolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 19.01.2005 20:37

good morning all 630 am lovely sunny morning.again.ah guys what a wounderfull time then.coug no mores.haaa they made me cough so much i was sent home from school and how happy i was.so the sold the old labour about time but another church god no there is anough but thats change.does anyone know gramby lane.and the lovely sausages mmmmmmm and the black and white pudding.oh lord.me mouth is running.we had lovely food all fresh no sprays on the cabbages oh it was so green.corn beef.and of course the spuds.got to go got a man coming soon ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh love lizxxxxx
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....there was a shop in Parnell street across the road from Kennedy's which would have queues outside it....think it was a small sausage/bacon factory....not sure.....It's gone now.
charlie

Location:
Portugal


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posted: 19.01.2005 16:48

any of ye been up nelsons pillarI I used to work in a shop in moore st and the guy would let me up for free, sometimes if I had a ha\'penny spare I would try to get the garda on point duty at the corner of the gpo and henry st I always missed.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....had been up there a few times.........worked on the GPO for a few years....that garda (policeman) would spend most of his time inside the patrolmans hut in the B hall.....the A hall was the RTE hall and for the higher-ups........
charlie

Location:
Portugal


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posted: 19.01.2005 16:37

Hi Stephaine, we dont mention the bad bits, sure Dublin was the best place to get drag\'ed up, it was brill, and look at us now, him a webmaster and I\'m sitting in the sun, sure where would get it? bring back the good ould days
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....too true Charlie...it's a little like being a pigeon plucker.....ehehehehehhe
stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 19.01.2005 16:20

Webbie & Charlie you make me feel so sad. As long as you had a wonderful childhood then NO ONE can take that away from you. Of course I am sure you did!

Gerry make sure to get some chocolates yum, European chocolates taste better I think, anyone disagree?



Steph
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...we were poor but we were happy.....ya'll missed out on that.......got me first pair of boots in 1928.....I remember it well.....
charlie

Location:
Portugal


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posted: 19.01.2005 15:55

some times we\'d get the tra from the joints in the cement road and make it look black jacks den sell it half price to other kids then their ma would be round givin out like mad, the murder that would follow...........
  
Webmaster-Comment: .......eh and we used try to give those black-jacks a sort of white fluffy appearance with the shingles fine pebbles........looked very real.........hahahahha
stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 19.01.2005 15:51

Hello everyone! Webbie, I better wait til spring for those worms, unless you think gummy worms will work. Gerry can\'t wait!!! Pat, Joann, Liz and I have been sychronizing our waves. flip to left flip to the right, and slowly move the hand. Great Job!

Webbie, work is going good so far. Not too many issues going on here. Take care all.

Your Friend In Wyoming

Stephanie
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....send some help....lol....