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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....
charlie

Location:
Portugal


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posted: 19.01.2005 15:46

webbie I have adsl 512 always on. 30 euro per month.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...that is pretty cheap. Do you do anything with voip?
charlie

Location:
Portugal


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posted: 19.01.2005 15:43

Russian slices? pink an whites? depth charger? I would get one of these for my lunch break of a friday in 62-63 oh the luxury of it, high liven!
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....ya might catch a culchie out here....eheheheheh
charlie





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posted: 19.01.2005 15:25

Gerry,I would kill for a black jack havent seen or heard of them in years the walnut whips were good but too dear could get lots of black jacks for the price of one of them, what ya think of Cadbuyrs creme eggs?
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...ok....the black jack is coming back to me.........a 1p bar which was black and your mouth would be sooty black after eating it?.
Do you have broadband over in Portugal Charlie or are you using dial-up??
Gerry

Location:
Canada - Ontario


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posted: 19.01.2005 15:06

Ok you Guy\'s, don\'t forget I\'m calling the shots on this trip, Webbie you may arrange, organize & edit this guest book, but when I charter this 747 I\'ll navigate It\'s course, and the Ladies will travel from Dublin airport to Talbot street by limo (A large white stretch Limo, nothing but the best for our Gang.



Altough Webbie you did make a good suggestion, we\'ll go via Raheny & St\' Annes park for a photo shoot.

Who remembers the penny Black-jacks, fizzle sticks, LLC gums, fruit salad, and one of my Fav\'s a wal-nut whip !! mmmm.

Webbie is the Theatre Bar still on Talbot street, under the Bridge?

Only 54 more day\'s until the big trip

Liz, reherse you Dublin songs, Gary & Seoirse start saving, your buying the drink,, Charlie keep your strenght up (You\'ll need it), Stephanie, JoAnn & Patricia just look pretty & practice your wave-ing.



Gerry In Party town Toronto
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...oh ok Gerry.....I'll make sure the presidential suite is available at O'Sheas...lol.

I will check re the bar. Big changes down there. Will walk down there tomorrow if not raining. That means it will probably be next week cuz it has been raining a lot here.

I can only remember the "bulls-eyes" and the cough-no-mores. When I was youn we used get 50 of the small toffee sweets for an old penny. Sure I even remember the "truppence" and the sixpence and of course the "farthing". Ya could have yer lunch for 1 1/4 (old pence) in my day in the Palmgrove in O'Connell St ...thats true....
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 19.01.2005 14:40

Hmmm...Maguey worms or any other kind of worms, I don\'t mean to disparage any other culture\'s cuisine, but I\'m not cooking that. Don\'t you cook it either, Steph.

Come to think of it, aren\'t Mexicans a little obsessed with worms? They have that little worm they put in bottles of Tequila...I don\'t know why they do that. He even has a name, \"Jose Cuervo,\" and they sing lots of songs about him, and the person who empties the bottle gets to eat him. Hmmm. Very peculiar custom.

Good Morning, Steph. Good night, Liz.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....they are nutritious..........I've tried them mixed with "hairy mollies" and they are excellent. If you dont try them you wont be able to judge them....
webmaster

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 19.01.2005 12:42





Promised to Steph.....instructions to follow. Hope I\'m not late with

this.





Ingredients:



5 c Vegetable oil

4 c Maguey worms cleaned

8 Tortillas MMMMM----------------------FOR THE GARNISH---------------------------

8 Balls fresh masa

1 inch in -diameter

8 Limes sliced

2 Fresh cactus flowers Gusanos de maguey estilo pachuca (maguey worm







Yield: 8 Servings MMM





webmaster

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 19.01.2005 12:38

Maguey worms a Mexican specialty

are popular in the state of Hidalgo where maguey grows abundantly. The worms were sold in cocoons on the street until a few years ago. Today this dish is

considered to be a delicacy. Heat 1 cup oil in a thick skillet and fry worms until crisp. Remove and drain on paper towels. Heat 4 cups oil in a deep saucepan or

deep fryer. Press tortillas in a mesh strainer and fry one by one until they become crisp and take the shape of the strainer. Drain well on paper towels. To serve

place a little ball of masa on each of 8 plates and put tortilla \"baskets\" on top pressing to fix in place. Fill tortillas with worms. Garnish with lime slices and flowers.

Serve with guacamole and green sauce. This appetizer is good with tequila or pulque. The worms can also be used as a taco stuffing. Makes 8 servings.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....have tried this with a few fresh caterpillars...but always remove the legs or you'll be feeling funny in yer tummy....
Seoirse the wanderer

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 19.01.2005 12:37



Webmaster....Nope....I haven\'t wandered to Nepal, but I\'ve seen my share of mountains and snow....

Is Zardoz lost again...???



  
Webmaster-Comment: ...eheheheh......on his way to Portugal.....lorl
Seoirse the frigid

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 19.01.2005 11:46



Hi good people...cold here in the NE Sunshine State...

Liz, you have the right idea about a living place...good for you...

Charlie...your excellent pix make for a great slide show...I once spent 2 weeks leisurely driving around Portugal...loved the place...

Hi to our lovely ladies...Pat...Steph...JoAnn...and the others who drop by...

I\'ll have to beg off the planned escapade to Dublin...probably later in the year for me.....I\'ll do the waving bit....

  
Webmaster-Comment: ...that will work better Seoirse......see you in the late Spring.......the other meet has been re-scheduled for Katmandu - the Yak Hotel and Restaurant....ya might even know it......lorl
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 19.01.2005 11:42

hi all hope u have a god day. im off to bed take care.talk tomorrow love lizxxxxx
  
Webmaster-Comment: G'nite Liz....catch you tomorrow....Slan
mcquirk B

Location:
Hungary


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posted: 19.01.2005 09:46

home-sweet-home
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...nil aon tintean na do thintean fein....Slainte
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 19.01.2005 09:42

hi webbie im looking at cam 1 the loop line bridge i use to love going to bray on that line.but i see as i think is high rise on the other side of the liffy.are they flats or what.its a good clear cam today.its a pity its not bigger.but thank u its good see the mens labour exchange oh its a aufull place.take care webbie love lizxxxx
  
Webmaster-Comment: ......lots of huge buildings there now.......that I can take a pic of easily.......and the Labour Exchange is no more.........it was bought by some religious group who will turn it into a church.........one of the new sects......
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 19.01.2005 09:34

hi all its almost 7 30 pm nice and warm.i see its raining again in dublin.its a pity,such a nice city.g\'day gerry are u ok ur busy planing the big trip it would be lovely.we wount drink canada dry but dublin.hey mate.patrica hello still a busy little bee.i went out with reghan and her mam today it was lovely we got her a pair of baby shoes.she wants to be on her feet a lot now.she has a baby walker it helps her to get about more.she trys to run over the cat or dog.she is 11 months old this month.great baby.stephine how are u here is ur sun big smile good.joann im glad u like mine and webbies chat its good.as he is very older than me he has more to tell and its all true.take care love lizxxxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 19.01.2005 05:22

charlie if i could i would send u some photos they are good love lizxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 19.01.2005 05:20

hi charlie.looked at ur photos they are good sorry i did not see any here i know.next holiday get a digital camera ah they are great.i live in redcliffe its a lovely place.call in.i have some photos of bryon bay its lovely too,thank you so much,love lizxxxx
Patricia





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posted: 19.01.2005 02:11

Hi, Charlie...

Lovely pic of the moon. I looked at your Ossie pics (about half of them, I\'ve got some work I\'ve got to go do and will go back later. Very nice. Looks like some good fun times.

No, I think Webbie is trying to get us to go to a place in Ireland called the \"Yak Hotel and Restaurant\" rather than O\'Sheas...I\'ve got some qualms! He invited Liz to bring some \"grass\" for the cows? Maybe I had a brain-glitch, but I think that\'s the case. We\'d better check it out.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....and ya'll didnt see the cow resting on the side-walk..........didnt look hungry tho but Liz will bring some lush grass just in case..........eheheheheh