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Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 28.10.2004 13:09

Hey Good morning Webmaster, gee I thought you were going to say I broke it. I am glad your up and running, because it was hard to survive at work yesterday. I couldn\'t take my mini vacations and try to find ya with your yellow wellies on.

We are expecting rain/snow mix the next seven days. 40% chance. And on Hallooween we are expecting a 60% chance of snow. It always snows on Hallooween. Tommorrow were actually having a party at work, and we can dress up, I was thinking of dressing as me. That\'s scary enough. heheheheh. Webmaster what are you going to be for Hallooween? Anyone else dressing up and having fun?



Just a reminder it is 6 am here, I am an early morning person, but it doesn\'t mean I make any sense.



Your friend in Wyoming

Stephanie
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....lol......would I ever accuse you of such.....nevah.....lol........Oh I was rained off yesterday anyway......too wet....the ganger wasnt up to it so we all took the afternoon off and retired to O'Sheas.......lol

I wanna see those pix for Halloween.......lol........

We ahve those scarey lights in the windows....I myself will be dressing up as a Wyomingian....complete with feathers in me hair...I mean on me head.....lorl......have a nice day.....
webmaster

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 28.10.2004 10:26

...the bold wind/rain effected our FSO for some hours overnight so we were down. But I shooshed dem seagulls back out to sea and now we are back on the air..or in the air...again....lorl
BRIAN GOMES

Location:
Canada - Quebec


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posted: 27.10.2004 18:16

I stongly agree with Stephanie on this...but more emphasis on the Hmmmmmm.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....welllllllll.....Carlsberg.....
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 27.10.2004 17:55

HHmmm, Okay.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....emmmmmmmmmm.......errrrrrr...could be
DICK





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posted: 27.10.2004 17:42

MOST OF THE WORLD SUPPORTED THE U S INVASION OF AFGANISTAN. MOST OF THE WORLD AND UNITED NATIONS SAID DON\'T INVADE IRAQ . NOW THE CIA SAYS THEY SHOULD NOT HAVE. THE AMERICANS DIDN\'T LISTEN TO THE WORLD AND THAT IS THE BAD PART. THEY ARE PART OF A VOTING DEMOCRACY [ THE UNITED NATIONS ] BUT YET DEFIED THE U N . FOR A COUNTRY THAT PRIDES ITS SELF ON PROMOTING DEMOCRACY THEY SURE DIDN\'T SET A GOOD EXAMPLE . TO THE PEOPLE OF IRAQ ,THE WORLD MOURNS FOR YOU.

FOR THE AMERICAN PEOPLE THAT ARE PROFOUNDLY SICK THAT THEIR COUNTRY HAS DONE THIS I AND MANY PEOPLE FEEL FOR YOU AS WE KNOW ITS NOT ALL AMERICANS THAT SUPPORT THE INVASION . FROM WHAT I SEE THERE ARE A TREMENDOUS GROUP OF YOU.

THANKYOU
  
Webmaster-Comment: Dick

It really isnt as simple as that......you put it well and wouldnt like to be arguing with you on this but.....but......well......I dunno if yer right or not.....

Thanks for taking the time to write tho....Slainte
Brian Gomes

Location:
Canada - Quebec


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posted: 27.10.2004 17:34

\"Well Spit\'n the fire and slap the dog\" the Master\'s Back! When you say bring plenty of DOSH...you mean everything is plenty expensive? Beer is like water in Ireland! How can one overcharge for something that grows (pours) freely thru the Isle. Thankfully the friend I\'m staying with just got a flat in Temple Bar. We\'ll be staying rent free! that\'s half the battle. Also, I don\'t know if my mate is pulling my leg but get this...his neighbour, who has a penthouse in the same building, are you ready, is BONO, not Sonny, but U2..Bono. I\'ll keep you updated if he happens to be staying that weekend.
  
Webmaster-Comment: Brian.......lol.....thanks......

Yes the Bono kid and a few of his bandmates own the Clarence Hotel which is close by Temple Bar....

I actually worked for a few years with Bonos dad....Bobby Hewson (he died just a few years ago). But Bobby was a character and a very nice and humorsome guy. Part of my work entailed travelling with him in a car.....through the city.......now that was some fun....and the comments he made about other ppls driving.....eheheheheheh

Enjoy your stay.......Slainte
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 27.10.2004 17:34

That was a close one. Pat, I just cleaned up the last napkin when Webmaster returned.

I\'ve heard about banshees, but have you ever felt the angel of death? That is the scariest. Run into the light when you feel him coming on. Plus the smell, can scare you. Just thought I would let ya know.

Yep, I am going to check the lunar eclipse tonight, if the clouds don\'t hide it.



Your friend in WYoming

Stephanie.



Glad your Back Webmaster. You got all caught up too. Your such an auld - young pup. At least your not a mermaid, I mean merman. heheheheheh.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....eheheheheh.....but I did get the smell of the spare ribs.....hmmmmmmmm....so knew something was going on........lol

I ahve heard about the "Angel of Death".....have been in the presence of two people dying.....a strange feeling but I appreciated the fact that I was there.......

Now the banshees are a much lighter affair and not in the same field.........nonetheless scarey when you are young.........Slainte
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 27.10.2004 17:13

Brian, it\'s ok to kiss the Pope, as long as it is respectful. So, if he\'s there, give him a little smooch, it might do your black Irish soul some good. Just kidding.

Pat
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 27.10.2004 16:59

Hullo, WebMaster...

Glad you are safely back. We did our best to to keep things going while you were gone, we answered all your posts, shared our crayons, danced on the desks and broke out the champagne and caviar. And the Guinness.

Lunch break here for me. Took two days vacation from work to catch up on some gov\'t grant reports due at the end of the month, and do a little carpentering, and some construction drawings for work to be contracted out for out old store. Cookout coming up on Sunday, Guinness will be there.

Eclipse tonight should be interesting.

Take care, all.

Pat

  
Webmaster-Comment: .....a great job done.......all was slick and span on my return....lol

You are a busy bee I can see.......and you are trying out the "cans" I bet.......that will be "draught" in cans......

Hope it doesnt cloud over for the eclipse......Slan go foill..
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 27.10.2004 15:06

Gee, Webmaster, if your in Russia... your not out west. hmmm. How much was your ransom, you never told us? Get back to work soon, we miss you. Plus we need a question to try to answer.



Pat I hope your having a good day. It\'s almost Friday. I think... Working hard here too. Yuck.

Liz are you going to have trick or treaters? Just curious.

Brian we all are Irish here, and some are adopted Irish here. Great place to hang out, especially when the Webmaster is gone. ***Tag your it***. heheheheheh.

Take care all, It sounds like Webbie might be back tommorrow, we better clean up from the party.



Your Friend in Wyoming

Stephanie
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....Stephy.....I was out west.....but got hijacked.....lol.....they took me up thru Finland.........but thank God I'm safe and well again.....Slainte........thanks for you comments......nice to have a young webbie on board.....
Brian Gomes

Location:
Canada


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posted: 27.10.2004 14:32

Hi Liz, in your last note to me you said, \"Kiss the old sod for me\" I hope you meant Kiss the Dublin earth and not the Pope. Just Jokin\'! 63 more sleeps.



Something to ponder: Why is there no Irish E-mailers on this site...Hmmmmmmmmm?
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...oh is that what she meant...........thanks be to God........lol.....

We occasionally get Irish emailers.....but not that many.....
webmaster

Location:
Russian Federation


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posted: 27.10.2004 14:05

.....gawd......and none of ye would pay the ransom.....some friends...huh.......lorl
Seoirse the searcher

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 27.10.2004 13:56



Today, at 8:45 pm, Jacksonville will be treated to a rare occurrence, the total lunar eclipse of a full moon.

I will be using a relatively powerful telescope to look for the webmaster. He MIGHT be up there someplace.

  
Webmaster-Comment: .....I;m back........gawd.......will u be able to take a shot of it ????
elizabethrconnolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 27.10.2004 04:16

hi patrica, ur right there with my grand-daughter, but here its learning to swim,and play tennis,more sport,i see another irish man missing the old sod,our friend john ayres murphy, u will get home some day john,pat ,i think webmaster done a runner,we tuck over its women power haa,here now,stephenieyou are younger so ur running the show now,webbie can stay in bed,take care love liz
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....eheheheheh...over my dead body.........I'm here to reclaim me site.....eheheheheheh
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 27.10.2004 01:41

Still no Webbie, hey? An extra day of vacation? Or maybe he came back, took one look at all the messages on here to answer, and just left again. Tomorrow, we send out the posse. The posse consists of Mr. S and Zardoz. They can do it. I have faith in them. Well, kind of.

You are right, Steph. You know your Walt Disney Pictures. I think it was the Mad Hatter\'s song, wasn\'t it? Just think, Liz, in a few years you will have the fun of taking Reghan to those kid\'s shows. I love \'em.

Busy, busy week for me this week. I\'ll be hard pressed to find time to visit, but I will be thinking of you, and trust you will do a good job of driving Webbie crazy. Show no mercy.

Slainte.

Pat



  
Webmaster-Comment: .....I'm here....over here.....lol.....hope the week aint too busy for you......we'll see you when we see you......Slainte...
John Ayres Murphy Ongena

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 26.10.2004 23:25

thank you for the opportunity to see the home land that I crave and miss. John
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....and thank you for taking the time to write....you are very welcome.....Slainte.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 26.10.2004 22:23

hi stephine,im just dtarting my day,u will be bed by now,its great to have some one to chat to ,i now look forward to our chat,patrica was right its our little pub, without the guinness,our friend brian is very happy about going to dublin,when u get there brian,do what the pope does, and kiss the old sod for me please,hi patrica, how are u,i see webmaster is not back,yet,i think he is worried we tuck over his spot love liz
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....eheheheheheh.....Ms Connolly.........now y are ya calling me an old sod.....ehehehehehehehehe
Brian L. Gomes

Location:
Canada


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posted: 26.10.2004 21:49

\"Well tie me to a pigs face and roll me in the Mud\" it\'s me B from freezing Montreal...



Hey Guys out there in E-mail land...just can\'t wait till I\'m out there in good ol\'Dubs. I feel like a kid counting the days till Santa shows up...yes, yes, I have counted the days to December 28th and it\'s 64 more sleeps...and tomorrow will be 63 more sleeps...and so forth...could be tense!

  
Webmaster-Comment: ....eheheheheeh Brian....hope ya ahve plenty of dosh saved....lol.......Enjoy yourself......Slainte
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 26.10.2004 16:28

Alice in Wonderland, or is it Webmaster in Wonderland? You decide.
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....lol....I was snowed under Steph....honest......lol.....but now I'm back to let you know I can really dance..But de ya ............lorl
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 26.10.2004 15:31

Good Morning...

No time to say \"Hello\". Goodbye! I\'m late, I\'m late, I\'m late! (Watch out, Song Alert!)

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....ehehehehehe....I'm late....I'm later....for a very important date....lol
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 26.10.2004 15:02

Good morning everyone, good night Liz. Well it looks like Webbie is still out. Maybe tommorrow.

Thank you Pat, I never thought as this as a little pub. It is nice to have friends that you can talk to. I always look forward to hearing from everyone. Sometimes, sleeping is hard because I get so excited to read someones entry.

Well take care all, and have a great day. I bet tommorrow the Webmaster will be back. Maybe he will have a ghost story to tell. OOooo. Or Pat tell us some. hehehheheh.



Your Friend in WYoming,



Stephanie
  
Webmaster-Comment:
Webmaster-Comment: ....ghosts.....whoooooah.......Have you
ever heard the "banshee"..........I did..........'twas a moonlit
night....well really it was morning.....about 2am.......I heard this
piercing shrill screech getting closer........I looked at me pocket
watch to check the time......cuz I was always told that that
was important. 2am it said.....top of the hour............Next
morning at breakfast me great grandfather was talking about
various things and didnt he up and tell us all that he had heard
at the 7am mass thye news of the death of Mrs O'Rourke the
previous night......and what time do you think the poor woman
died at.....yes......2am........Banshhes always wailed in the
olden days before the death of a local person......I can tell you
I didnt venture out at night again that late for many's the
day.......and that story is true.......Slainte
elizabethrconnolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 26.10.2004 05:40

hi patrica, u did a great job talking to oue friend aaron,he seem to be in a hurry,i hope ireland is good to him ,on like when i grew up there,no work and not a lot of money,but great food, from the farms, all fresh, on like now,its still a great place,too bad about the weather,i agree with u patrica the web is a good way yo meet people, when we come on line to all have a guinness on hand,webmaster should be here today,on less he is worn out from his weekend,love liz
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Ms Connolly......back and busy at the work......Yes I have heard stories of inner Dublin way back.......and it was a great place to live.........not sure if it was much like it was portrayed in Strumpet City.....and that is not meant as a bring down. I watched that series and it ahd its good and its bad points. For sure life was a little harder then but then again it was more simple and not pressures except to bring food to the table and keep a roof over yours and your family's head. Nice times in some ways I guess......Slainte.
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 26.10.2004 02:29

Hello, Aaron C. in Ireland.

You made quite a trip in 24 hours, from California to Ireland. Looks like I\'m the only person on here tonight, and I wish I were there in Ireland to tell you \"Welcome Home\". As Webbie always says, \"Slainte\".

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....slainte to you both......
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 26.10.2004 02:17

To Jimmy in Colorado USA;

Hello, Jimmy, old son. Hereís what pumpkins in Wyoming have to do with Ireland.

The world is becoming more crowded with resources finite, oil and water particularly. We see tensions re water supply in Florida right now. Tensions among nations will likely accelerate. Internet makes the world smaller, we talk to others & learn that they are just ordinary humans like ourselves and like to go to pumpkin patches at Halloween. It is difficult to demonize people you know (a la the terrorist followers of Bin Laden, who had to make demons out of the people at the World Trade Center, or they wouldnít have been able to commit such an atrocity). To me, the more talking people do the better. Websites like this are small things, maybe futile, but in a small way promote understanding and respect between peoples, better than doing nothing. Perhaps if it grows some good will be done in the world. You will have your own thoughts on that.

(continued below)
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....thanks Ms pearson........you said it as it shd be said......thanks.....Slainte
Pat

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 26.10.2004 01:31

(continued)

Besides, itís like dropping in to the neighborhood pub, chatting with whoever is there. You can look at the CAMs and have a little trip to Dublin. Itís inexpensive, harmless, and enjoyable. Surely, you donít mind that. WebMaster is very accommodating about finding information about Ireland for whoever asks him a question. That friendly help promotes interest and tourism in that country, makes traveling there more convenient. If you have a question about Ireland, ask WebMaster. Heíll be back soon.

So, if you read this, tell me why you think a home in the USA is only ďwhat that is worthĒ, as if you donít think that itís worth very much. Perhaps Iím wrong, but it is the dearest thing in the world to me. Are you native Irish, just living in Colorado, or are you a disillusioned American? Either way, you need some more hopeful friends, to get you out of your black mood. Go out and get a few pumpkins for Halloween.

Take care, young friend.

Pat