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Gerry

Location:
Canada - Ontario


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posted: 27.11.2004 22:25

Hi Everyone



JoAnne.. Please, Please, Please, when referring to St\' Patrick, or St\' Patricks\'s day, if you insist on shortening his name, please use Paddy & not Patty...



Thank you in advance (Up the Dubs)
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 27.11.2004 22:00

Mike, Steph is right, Brian has threatened to wave a flag or a poodle. Might be tough on the poodle. You hold the cards here, you threaten not to leave the price of a pint for him unless he promises not to wave anything except a flag, including poodles or underwear.

I\'m sure when Webbie gets back he will help you to find the best Irish dancing place for you to take your girls. He knows everything, he\'s a regular travel agent.

JoAnn, you haven\'t turned in your \"Who is your Hero assignment\". It is good for our souls to contemplate things like this from time to time. I won\'t name names of other delinquents, yet, but one of them is named Mr. S.

Pat

  
Webmaster-Comment: ....O'Sheas used do that....dont really know if its a Christmas thing....unfortunately the booze takes precedence at Christmas and the entertainment is left out......
Try this site.......Johnny Fox's Pub......
http://www.jfp.ie/home.htm
mike

Location:
USA - California


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posted: 27.11.2004 19:34

Hi JO Ann I will set up a time as soon as my itinerary is fixed we are doing rail tours and the horse races..but would like to find a place where the kid could watch some irish kid do the line and clog dance

ing
JoAnn

Location:
USA - Pennsylvania


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posted: 27.11.2004 18:40

Hello everyone!



Mike...set up a time so we can see you and your family at O\'Shea\'s. Have a great time in Dublin.



I was in Dublin for Saint Patty\'s week way back in 1987. I\'ve been in love with the place ever since.



Now with webcams....we can kind of visit everyday.



....I love this place.



JoAnn
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....thanks for the compliments JoAnn.......Slainte.
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 27.11.2004 17:35

Mike, Brian is threating us with a poodle.



Well I hope Webbie has a great weekend. Everyone else too. A little chilly today, might need a jacket latter. Liz I\'ll take you up on that offer in January when \"Cabin Fever\" sets in.

Take care all, Stay warm if your cold, stay cool if your warm.



Your Friend in Wyoming



Stephanie
Mike

Location:
USA - California


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posted: 27.11.2004 16:08

Hi Pat from Florida...do you think 1 pint will be enough to keep Brian off the streets? Maybe we should look for a irish lass to hold his hand
mike

Location:
USA - California


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posted: 27.11.2004 15:57

Good Morring all tis a great day in California ..from my window I see the sun shining on the blue Pacific ocean..the time zones between here and Dublin (8 hr ) makes it hard to get on line with the rest of you your must be sleeping when I log on ,see u At O Sheys
  
Webmaster-Comment: Brian....you will be one very drunk guy.....lorl
mike western australia

Location:
Australia


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posted: 27.11.2004 15:04

nice to to look in on the streets that were part of my growing up in dublin. great comments..its that time of the year again!... \" get the last of the wrappin paper mister\".slan leat to all the exiles.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....ehehehehehhe.....tree fur six pince da luvly awnjis.............ehehehhehe
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 27.11.2004 14:33

Good Morning, Everyone, Rise and Shine!

Mike from California, what a neat thing to do, to leave the price of a pint at O\'Sheas for Brian. Brian is the resident \"bad boy\" on this site, and we are all hoping to get him in and out of Scotland and Ireland without some dire consequences.

I hope your family has a wonderful trip, get on O\'Sheas steps at a particular time and wave an American Flag and we\'ll look for you. You\'re a lucky man having 3 granddaughters. I only have 2, but I wish I had a dozen.

ALRIGHT, TROOPS, WHO ARE YOU IN LOVE WITH, WHO ARE YOUR HEROES?
  
Webmaster-Comment: ......please see my reply way baaaaaaaaak...lol
Walter Kroitzsch

Location:
USA - Wisconsin


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posted: 27.11.2004 14:24

Thanks for the photos!
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...thanks for taking the time to write Walter.....Slainte.
richard de lyon

Location:
UK - England - Mid


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posted: 27.11.2004 12:32

just 2 say merry chirsmas

and a happy new year.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...thanks Richard.......and may you also have a Happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year
mike

Location:
USA - California


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posted: 27.11.2004 02:56

Brain I will have the bar keep set you up a pint besure and ask for it

Mike
mike

Location:
USA - California


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posted: 27.11.2004 02:54

Hi Brain can not be there on the 5 as I will be flying home on the 31st..but I will leave a few $ with and ask him to look for you and set them up..about 10 days in Ireland is all I can do right now as I am bringing my wife,my daughter and 3 grand daughters they are into Irish dancing and this is my Christmas gift to them.
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....email yer cheque onto me Mike with the order and I'll make sure all are treated well out of it.....make sure ya cross the cheque tho........lol......could get lost on the net.....ehehehehhe
elizabethrconnolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 26.11.2004 21:35

hi everyone,ah thats a good one webbie,patrica is talking about the quite man,ah thats lovely, i got that movie,its lovely,john wayne he was a hunk,brian,u do that dance,and we cant miss u webbie will be there to keep a eye on the garda,no worrys mate,u will do fine,its 7 30 am on saturday and sunshine,stephineu would love it here,come for a hoilday,gary, moore street,when they shoutget ur mickey mouse,donald duck,and something elce,webbie are the stalls sill there at christmas,our santa,does mot come down a chimmie,he has snow white boomers,kangakoos,and he comes in the back door,i seen him haa,well friends have a good weekend love liz xxxxxxxx
  
Webmaster-Comment: ......stalls are still there but more and more the police move them on...Moore St is like Chinatown now........totally changed.......and of course Rosie is long since gone......
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 26.11.2004 18:26

Good ones, Steph. Durer\'s \"Praying hands\" is truly a masterpiece, but we don\'t really see it, it has been used so much. It\'s worth taking time to really look at it again, so simple and beautiful, every wrinkle delineated perfectly, they are not young hands, but they speak of a life of quiet piety.

I paint, too. I like florals and portraits. I\'ve thought that that shot on your CAM at Riverton, in the morning when the sunspots are on the lens would make a wonderful abstract painting. The sunspots block out almost everything realistic, and it has such movement and streaks and lovely, soft colors, and that one sharp spot of inky blue on the right top. Riverton abstracted!

See ya!

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: ......gawd.........we only did our artwork on the school wall....."anto was here".....lorl......and "wurserer"...eheheheheh
Patricia





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posted: 26.11.2004 18:05

My, I am talkative this morning. Filling time till I go have your turkey sandwich for lunch, Steph.

Brian, I have it on good authority that Webbie will turn up on Jan. 5, but he will be wearing a rented gorilla suit, riding his bike with a sign on the back saying \"Webbie\'s Rolls Royce\".

Mr. S plans to be there in a Knight-in-shining armor outfit. All of this is quite everyday, shouldn\'t cause too much notice, so don\'t worry about drawing a crowd, or the police.

Pat

  
Webmaster-Comment: ......squealer....yer were told all that in confidence.......wimmin.....geez....lorl
stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 26.11.2004 17:58

Okay Pat and everyone,



My heros, and people admire:



Franz Liazt, he was a sexy composer and great musician.

Albrecht Durer, I don\'t know why. An art professer compared my work to his.

Vincet Van Gogh such a shame he had to become famouse after his death.

Gustave Corbet another famous artist. The Burial of Onans, never seen but in books makes me cry knowing that real people\'s faces are painted in it.

Of course, hope not to offend anyone, Jesus Christ, who died so that we may live again.



Steph
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....well thought out Steph......
Patricia





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posted: 26.11.2004 17:42

OK, Munchkin Children, here is your Quiz.

\"WHO ARE YOU IN LOVE WITH, WHO IS YOUR HERO?\"

Can be dead or alive, same sex or opposite, just must be someone you admire, or feel something for, or has done something that has spoken to that need we all have to see beauty and truth in the world.



I\'ll go first. I\'m in love with Maurice Walsh, the Scotch/Irish author of \"The Quiet Man\", which was made into a famous John Wayne movie many years ago, which was not even one of his better novels. I collect them. He\'s been dead for 50 years, but I love the mind that can create such endearing characters.

(continued)
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....hmmmmmmmm......

Love can be of many splendid things
Can't deny the joy it brings
A dozen roses, diamond rings
Dreams for sail and fairy tails
It will make you hear a symphony
And you just want the world to see
But like a drug that makes you blind
It will fool you everytime

Oh ok.....this is nothing to do with real love...more to do with "admiration"......ehehehehehhe. I got taken away.
Once you admire a person can you allow that admiration to wane.....well yes and no.........but if your not for turning.....well then that is a different story......
I admired and still admire JF Kennedy, irrespective of what is written about him or of whether I was conned or not. Have a similar admiration for one Charles J Haughey - again irrespective of what is written about him and finally.....last but ot least I admired and still admire Mother Theresa of Calcutta.
Am I easily lead.....no........ehehehehhehe. What about the Arts....well what about the Arts....ehehehehehhe
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 26.11.2004 17:41

(continued)

I love Maya Angelou.

I love Chief Joseph, of the Nez Percee American Indian Tribe, who after fighting the U.S. Cavalry for years, said \"Our people are freezing, our women and children are hungry. From where the sun now stands, I will fight no more forever.\" And signed the treaty that took his ancestral lands to save what was left of his little band. Such dignity and true gallantry.

And I love Monty Python because he\'s insane.

Now, Brian, you can play if you keep this on a higher plane. No dirty stuff. It has nothing to do with the fact that you think Seanead\'s bald head was sexy.

Well, who are you in love with?

Pat

Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 26.11.2004 17:40

Good day everyone! Webbie probably already went home for the weekend.

What can I say Hubby had a flat tire this morning had him use my car, so I got to take of all the dirty work. Not really, great service allows one to call up and they came and took the tire and brought it back. Just now need to clean the house. Webbie are ya busy? I probably be meaner than your boss on cleaning. hehehhee.

Well I tried faxing your turkey leg over, but got a message saying too messy. heheheh. Well try that receipe today or this weekend for all who has leftover, or those who just love turkey. hehhehe

It sure is nice to have a four day weekend!!! I could have traveled the world, oh wait I do that everyday via internet.



Love ya guys, take care



Your Friend in Wyoming

Stephanie
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....lol....just catching up here......I put the tire in the oven.....what did ya say to mix with it......geez it went very soft and doesnt taste that good either..........must have missed out a little in the recipe.......or had the oven up too high....eheheheheheh
Brian L.Gomes

Location:
Canada - Quebec


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posted: 26.11.2004 16:33

Mike ol\'friend from California,

How ya doing buddy? You said First Beer is on you? I\'m there!!!!!!!!!Jan 5th/05 3:00 pm. Free Beer...Ya don\'t have to ask me twice! Cheers!!!!!!!
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....7 pints and still counting....ehehehehehe....you'll need deep pockets Mike.....
JoAnn

Location:
USA - Pennsylvania


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posted: 26.11.2004 16:29

Hello All!



Hope everyone had a good Thanksgiving. I\'m still stuffed. The weather started off really warm and by the end of the night it was windy and cold......I love winter.



Have a good time to all of you visiting Dublin soon.

**marks calender to see Brian and friends**



JoAnn

  
Webmaster-Comment: ......another pint to be bought there Mike.....for JoAnn
mike

Location:
USA - California


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posted: 26.11.2004 15:55

Top of the morring to all..we hope to be in Dublin on the 23 of December...I will try to bring some of our California sun shine with me...and the first pint at O Shea,s is on me see you then cousins
  
Webmaster-Comment: ehehehehhe.....one leads to another......
brian Gomes

Location:
Canada - Quebec


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posted: 26.11.2004 15:54

How do you do

\"Continued\" when writing a note

on this site. I receive a msg advising that I was over 1000 words. Let me know...



signed,



\"Not able to say what I wanted to \'continue\' to say, brian 33ms.
Brian L. Gomes

Location:
Canada - Quebec


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posted: 26.11.2004 15:29

Hey Guys, it\'s the weekend!!!!!!!!So the final: \"Hey look there\'s Brian standing on the staggering up the steps of O\'Shea\'s...\" will be: January 5th/05

3:00 pm Dublin Time.

I\'ll be the one wearing a floopy hat and kelly green carnation whistling dixie.



Liz WELCOME back!



Now, I was just thinking what an unfair advantage it will be that everyone knows the time and place I\'ll be there...does that mean WebMan might show up incognito? How will I recognize him? Will it be from the callus fingertips of his endless (replies?)typing away? or will be from the water sodden clothing from being caught in the rain whilst he climbs endlessly (fanatically...in the medical world they call it OCD: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) up the pole to clean CAM 4? The lens has been change 6 times since August due to extensive cleaning.

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