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mike

Location:
USA - California


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posted: 17.12.2004 03:12

Hey Liz do you have in people u want me to look up in Ireland? Ok Brian hold on till u get to O\'Shea\'s .We will save u a pint. And hello to the old prople..I am glad some r older than me...hang on Bush hasn\'t changed you SS check yet

So windie here today blowing trucks over on the freeway
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....Mike.......bring ya ID with ya.....teens not allowed in O'Sheas....lorl
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 17.12.2004 02:33

Well, Mike CA and Brian, I am really looking forward to seeing you at O\'Shea\'s at the appointed times. It should be a hoot.

Liz and Mike Oz, enjoy your warm weather. Warming up a little here, Mr. S. should have a nice warm day for his birthday on Sunday. And I wish you a very Happy Birthday, Mr. S., though I know you lie terribly about your age. Nobody could be nearly as old as the ancient Webbie. Now what are the days Webbie has told us are his birthdays? Maybe he has several a year. One WOULD get older faster that way. Once, I think he said it was Dec. 23, when he will be 97. We\'ll have to ask him again.

Somebody check on JoAnn. I think she fell into a box of decorations again, and can\'t get out. Hi, Steph.

See ya!

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: ........spot on with the date and age.....(shush....dont be telling everyone cuz the next thing they will be asking is "is auld webbie still alive over in Ireland"....heheheheheh).
JoAnn is still searching for the surprise present for her hubby......she dont give up easily......last heard of in Tripoli....ehehehehhe
...Slainte
brian gomes

Location:
Canada - Quebec


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posted: 16.12.2004 23:38

Hey guys! 1 ms till I\'m officially on holidays. 13 ms till I leave for Scotland and Ireland. So tomorrow we will talk! Set the Time? The Place? The POODLE? So cherio till tomorrow.......and MIKE I am parched...and Webbie see you at O\'shea\'s, I\'ll be the one with the fedora and trench coat and the red carnation swinging a poodle.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....ehehehehhe.....If me cart is outside I'll be inside......if ya dont see me cart I'm probably with a Swedish tourist saying prayers in the Pro-Cathedral......lorl
Annudr

Location:
Myanmar


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posted: 16.12.2004 23:16

Hmm



Seoirse

Seirose

Searose

Zearose

Zeadose

Zeadoze

Zardoze

hmm
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....How'ya Ann......Happy Christmas to you. havent seen ya for a while........ya giving a message to Stephanie....lorl.....
Seoirse the aged one

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 16.12.2004 16:51



Hi folks...well, Sunday is me birthday and I\'ll be an agile 86....just a few years younger than the webmaster...

Ms Pat...I just like to LOOK at the bunnies....

Ms Steph...me ex-mum-in-law used to call me several names, but I don\'t recall any of them having to do with roses...

Ms Liz...Hope all is well with you in Oz...

Mike and Brian...I\'m saving me money to visit Europe in the spring and will get meself to O\'Shea\'s also...Hope they serve Diet Coke...

  
Webmaster-Comment: ........eheheheh//////folks this guy has been 86 for the past 3 years......lorl.......he is not wanting to pass me out.......lorl.
Happy Birthday Seoirse.......I'll have to let the ladies give you the kisses........ehehehehehehehhe
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 16.12.2004 16:01

Happy Thursday to everyone! It sure is a nice day today. Webbie looks like a lot of people shopping. Did you get all of your shopping done? Seiorse wouldn\'t you rather be called a hansom rose? lol



I saw \"Ocean\'s Twelve\" last night. I don\'t know what to think. We see so many movies with action, cursing, and etc. This movie was clean so it was hard to accept. Any other people seen it yet?

Well have a great day. And smile to everyone.



Love and Hugs



Your Friend in WYoming

Stephanie
  
Webmaster-Comment: ..........I saw Oceans 11....ehehehehhehe.......Were u at the cinema or watch the DVD......think I know what you mean about the movie though......."conditioning of the minds"......
Shopping all done......I bought me two cards.......ehehehehehhe....Slainte
Zardoz

Location:
Northern Mariana Islands


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posted: 16.12.2004 11:47

Water getting cold I must be going the right way.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ........let me know when yer at the Forty-Foot.......I'll ahve ya towed in......eheheheh
elizabethrconnolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 16.12.2004 11:22

hi there webbie i wount let them take u away.ill take u meself.at ur age its a little late for gulls but theres hope there.mike u have to tell us about dublin.ive not been home since1983.in oz 30years.and as get smart does say and loving it.take care love liz xxxxxxx
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....ehehehehehhe........ya ahve a cage big enough for me Ms Connolly.........ehehehhehehe
nike

Location:
USA - California


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posted: 16.12.2004 04:26

Webbie does worldlink have a public computer ? I am not bringing a notebook and will want a place to say hello to all of the great people on this page? Mike
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....yep......we have a net cafe but with no beverages.....lol. Very fast access. You will be looked after. Will talk to you closer to the day.....

Anyone bringing notebooks, pda's or laptops we have free wifi access for December and January in the general locality of our offices.
Mike

Location:
USA - California


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posted: 16.12.2004 04:21

Hello Pat,Seiorse,Brian,Lis.Steph and all of the rest.Webbie at my house the gulls all fly inland in the morring going to the landfill and the crows all fly to the coast going to town,ther are huge flocks of each and its a bird traffic jam,gulls high ,crows low but luckie for me they dont stop here... mike
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....I follow all that Mike.........and bet neither group pass much heed of the traffic lights...........adding further to their congestion........eheheheh
Crows compete with the gulls in most feeding places. The crows are a little cuter and faster but not as avoricious.....
Patricia





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posted: 16.12.2004 03:32

Thinking about the petroleum products and seagulls. Maybe what they like is tar and fine gravel, as birds have no teeth, and they need little sharp stones in their gizzard (I think it would be their gizzard) to digest their food. We need to consult a bird expert. I\'m out of ideas, and I\'m going to bed. Goodnight, All.

Pat.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....thats true.......I heard of that.......maybe if they ate enough pebbles they might not be able to take off......lorl
Patricia





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posted: 16.12.2004 03:24

Now, Big Z, you must stop fooling around down there in the French Southern Territories (where are they, anyway?) and get back home for Christmas. Start swimmin\'. Webbie needs you to help with the seagulls, and you\'re not allowed to detour by Jax to watch mink bikinis with Mr. S.

That\'s trouble right there, that is!

Pat

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....Ms Pearson.....I think those two have similar type hobbies. No point in addressing Z.......he'll just go the opposite way.
Patricia





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posted: 16.12.2004 03:09

OK, Webbie, Here\'s the scoop on seagulls.

They are colony nesters, rooftops are ideal for them, they like to nest where there are no predators. Best bet is to keep a colony from establishing itself before nesting season, can sometimes be done with scary things (like the scare eyes and metallic banners) but that needs to be reinforced with frequent trips to the colony, running through it and making loud noises. Hard to do on a rooftop. Don\'t really build nests, chicks will hatch in 3 or 4 weeks from eggs laid in the middle of the colony, so when mama flies away to feed, the eggs or chicks are protected by the huge group around them. My friend Eddie White at the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission says they are tough ones to get rid of once established. But you knew that.

Continued below...
Patricia





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posted: 16.12.2004 02:47

Continued...

In Florida, some species that are nuisance and not endangered can be taken (meaning killed) with a permit from the local authorities. Surely, herring gulls are not scarce and in danger of becoming extinct in your area. Eddie says, evaluate the population, lay out the difficulties local people and businesses are having with these birds, petition your city government for a “take permit” to get a few of them, and leave the dead ones in the colony. They will move. I will leave the method of “getting” a few of them to you.

Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 16.12.2004 02:45

continued...

Also, as an aside, there have been cases in Florida where colonies of what Eddie calls the “Least tern” nesting on rooftops have been devastated by roofing materials containing petroleum products. Tar? The chicks pick at it, and it kills them. And the colony moves. Nuff said.



You don’t intend to decimate the entire population of herring gulls in Ireland. The gulls do not belong in populated areas. The Lord made the world big enough for us all, and species should stay where He intended them to be. Good Luck, Webbie. Hope this helps a little.



Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Ms Pearson.....thanks for taking the time to gather the data for me and for writing it down.
I will mull over it.
Actually the Herring Gull populations is being severely effected in Ireland with a huge drop in numbers. One would not expect this to be the case.It seems our fish stock is quite low because of over-fishing etc and this may be the main reason for the gulls moving inland and into towns and cities. They are scavengers and are feeding from the plastic bags used for refuse. Food is becoming contaminated and of course they cannot figure that out till it's too late.. Feeding the young with contaminated food and the results thereof is the main contributor to the falling numbers.
Because the gulls are moving into town in big numbers we dont notice the fallin population....in fact it gives the appearance of an increase.
And so I will just ahve to encourage them, through whatever means, to take up more luxurious accommodation on the southside of the city......eheheheheh
virginia ridao colladoS

Location:
Spain


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posted: 15.12.2004 20:02

hi! last year I lived in Dublin for four month. they\'re th best months in my life. I love DUBLIN.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ......and you didnt mind the wet and cold weather.........eheheheheh.....thanks for taking the time to write.......Slainte.
Seoirse

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 15.12.2004 18:47



Zardoz...Ye\'ll need to be drinking wine down there for xmas...

I had to dust off me arctic circle duds this morning...who would guess that Dublin, Tallahassee and Wyoming would be warmer...

I\'m gonna go over to the beach and see if the bunnies are wearing mink bikinis...as soon as ol\' Scrooge looks the other way....

  
Webmaster-Comment: ....ehehehehhehe.....wolves dressed as sheep..........be careful of the 'gators dressed as bunnies............lol
Zardoz

Location:
French Southern Territories


IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.01; Windows NT; UU
posted: 15.12.2004 16:56

Any good pubs around here?
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....get yerself home for Christmas and forget about the pubs......
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 15.12.2004 15:23

Hey Pat & Seirose! We were at 36 this morning. Gee it\'s warmer here!



Steph
  
Webmaster-Comment: ........ehehehehehhe.....36 is cool....
Steph I can see Mr S's Irish name getting closer and closer to SeaRose.....and he aint no Sea Rose.....lorl..................it be S E O I R S E....and I know we have strange names and stranger spellings...........ehehehehehehhe (...only joking here........)
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 15.12.2004 15:22

Hello everyone! Well it\'s a bit chilly today, but not bad. Of course I do feel sorry for Pat & Seirose. It sure is hard to go low in temp and then go back up. Make sure to dress warm.

Where is that Joann? I wonder if she accidently mailed herself to Ireland? Mike in CA you better check your bags. lol

Webbie by the time the gull problem is fixed we might be sending the guys with white jacket for you.

I guess trapping them would be good, and getting one of those Florida gators as a pet. I think that will work. Of course it will need a fur coat.

Take care all.

Liz I get Christmas Eve off and New Year\'s Eve as a break. Should be fun!



Your Friend in WYoming



Stephanie
  
Webmaster-Comment: ......I'm going to shush on those gulls........cuz I see meself gettin closer to an involuntary stay in a large stone building..........thats it..........lol
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 15.12.2004 15:17

I really hate having to report this, but an anonymous weather reporter from Jax (his name is Mr. S.) needs to know that I saw the Channel 6 weather report at 8:30 this morning, and Jax reported 29F and Tally was at 33F. To quote the Three Stooges, \"Nyuh, nyuh, nyuh!\"

It is cold, though. I guess I\'ll have to break out a jacket to wear to go out today. Cat went out for a little while this morning, couldn\'t get back in fast enough. She stalked past me when I opened the door for her, and looked back over her shoulder at me, and growled \"RuRah!\". I think she is of the opinion that the cold is my fault, and her nasty remark was a cat swear word.

Have a good day, everybody.

Pat

  
Webmaster-Comment: ....ehehehehehhe....well Ms Cat will hardly opt to migrate to jax......lorl
Anthony Byrne

Location:
Spain


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posted: 15.12.2004 13:26

The camera looking onto the junction of Gardiner St and Talbot St is the best web cam of Dublin I have seen to date. It gives a real feel for the city!
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...thanks Anthony......I appreciate your words.....Slainte.
elizabethrconnolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 15.12.2004 10:21

hi webbie god ill have to get someone to see u the gull thing has me worried.i would be happy if u had the fast car.stephine hi when do u brake up for christms mike write ur name on ur umbrella then we will see u u have a great time and brianits not long for u u can say hi to my family.patrica how are u the weather is very cold there.joann hi to u too im relaxing had a busy day its good for me.its warm again.take care love liz xxxxxx
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....ehehehehehhe.......Ms Connolly....pl dont let them take me away again..............
Aron Attila Bende

Location:
Hungary


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posted: 15.12.2004 08:47

I was in Dublin! It was nice felling for me becauls the people really frendly. I was enployer in Portlaoise the Heritege Hotel just finisd my contract whit the campany and didnt find a new job and josition is Dublin! Becaulse just intrestid for me dublin!



see you as soon as

Dublin



  
Webmaster-Comment: ....thank you Aron and when you come back and get your job dont forget to use Worldlink to keep in touch with Hungary......me boss is standing behind me......had to write that......Slainte.
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 15.12.2004 03:40

No, Mr. S. It\'s as balmy as a soft Spring day over here. (Now I\'m getting to be as bad a liar as the WebMaster.)

Brought the flowering plants in from the deck, in case we might get a wee, little frost tonight or tomorrow night. Surely not as bad as it is over there, with those cold Atlantic winds blowing through old Jax. Brrr.

Webbie\'s gone again. If anybody sees him, tell him that I\'ll call a wildlife expert I know over at the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission, and see if he has any ideas about those herring gulls. The mental picture of Webbie hopping around his yard, shooting a baby gull with a water pistol just kind of got to me. Horrible and hilarious at the same time.

Your owl suit is a good idea, Mr. S., but we also need to look for a long-term solution. Think!

Have a good tomorrow, everyone.

Pat







  
Webmaster-Comment: ....ooooh.....my integrity is in question........dont understand this at all..........ya always get the truth in here.......*scratches head*.......ehehehhehehe.

Will be interested to hear the comments re the gulls.....I think I could make it painless for them.......ehehehhehehehe