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stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 20.10.2004 14:17

No I didn\'t play with your E1\'s. Everything is working fine on this side of the world today. hehehehehehe. So don\'t mess me up. LOL
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....the notice on our door to the switch-room used say ..."Watch the Step"........someone has added an "h"......lorl
Stephanie Reed-tippets

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 20.10.2004 14:11

Good morning Everyone, Especially to our favorite person in the whole world, the Webmaster. )

Well I slept in this morning so I didn\'t mess up your camera. I was dreaming of the ocean. Maybe I need a vacation.

I have a new question I think everyone should be able to answer. What are the roots of Bluegrass music. Now Webbie if you get this wrong, you won\'t get your holiday...

Pat I am like you, I don\'t know when my ancestors came over, but I do know, I have Irish, Scottish, Wales, French, & Cherokee Indian in me, maybe more. I am jealous of those who know who they are. Take care all.

They are calling for more snow today. I love it!!!



Your Friend in Wyoming

Stephanie
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....Good morning.......Yomingianeeser...lol
....I'll be consulting Seorsre on the question......lol......ehehehhehe
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 20.10.2004 12:38

Thanks, Webbie. Now I know what to order. The harmonica music is beautiful.

Got to go, I have an appointment at 10 downtown, and it\'s past 8:30 now.

Slainte.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....enjoy your meeting.....Slan leat.
webmaster

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 20.10.2004 12:27

....Steph.........4 E1\'s down this morning......were you pottering around last evening by any chance.......eheheheheheh
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 20.10.2004 08:26

hi webmaster,is that true u go swimming,u got guts,i see its another cold in dublin,hi patrica,i know a brady in dublin,ha,i use to date him,i was blessed,im in oz now,ur right there,the irish does not leave us,well we got rain at last thank god,hello stepine,i guess ur going into winter now, u said u had snow,its 6 30 pm now love liz
  
Webmaster-Comment: Ms Connolly.....without fail.....thats what I attribute my long life to.........it's a healthy approach............but a little restricted now since the cailini joined in.......lol
Pat

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 20.10.2004 03:02

Holy Cow! eheheheh. I just realized it is almost 4am in Dublin, and WebMaster will be out of bed and swimming shortly. Or maybe longly. Whatever.

Good Night.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: ......330am this morning.......had to pick a guy up on me bike in Drogheda and introduce him to the gallery.........lol
Pat

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 20.10.2004 02:50

No, the cows from Wyoming are called Wyomooers.

Thought I didn\'t know that, didn\'t you?



Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...eheheheheheh.....but could be also called Wyosteers.....
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 20.10.2004 02:43

Hello, Liz and Steph...

10:30pm here in Florida on Tuesday, 8:30pm for Steph in Wy, and 12:30pm on Wednesday for Liz, although it\'s already Saturday for Mr. S.

Liz, I\'m Irish because my Brady ancestors came from Ireland to America, but it was so long ago (first land grant in 1743) that although several of my 5th and 6th cousins and I all do Genealogy, we have not found the records to link our ancestor to Ireland. All decendants in America are well documented, we just can\'t find what boat they came over on. That\'s the Brady line, but we have a McMullen and a McCall as well. Point is the Irish never forget they\'re Irish, no matter how long its been since they left Ireland.

Steph, continue to confuse Mr. S, he deserves it, but WebMaster is a sweetie, so help him out to impress his boss, he\'s always on the verge of being fired. We\'d miss him.

Have a good day, Liz, and have a good night, Steph.

Pat



elizabethrconnolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 20.10.2004 02:27

hi patrica,ur day was not good,well it can get better for u i hope u get a good rest, with a glass of guinness,hi stephine, i did learn theos songs in dublin when i was growing up, i dont hear them here webmaster would know them all he is older than me,oh god,he will be out after my blood,for telling his age, love liz
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....Guinness surely does make you drowsy.....lol
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 20.10.2004 02:07

Hello, Everybody and WebMaster...

I\'m late in,bad day at work today. My boss made me fire our travel agent, and go on the net to book him some flights direct with Delta. Agent wasn\'t finding the best prices for us, I got what he wanted to charge us $800+ for at under $300. I felt so bad, we\'ve worked with that agent for years, and I\'ve got sort of a soft and sweet voice, the poor man never knew what hit him.

So I consoled myself this evening by listening to the snippets of music on www.irelandsmusic.com. Joe O\'Hehir and the \"Blow for Peace\" album are must-haves, but I\'ll have to borrow my daughter\'s MasterCard to order them, as I only have DiscoverCard.

Webbie...the \"tapes\" they are talking about that the Joe O\'Hehir music is on, are they what we call Cassettes, and will that play on my tape recorder?

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....wow...that is a huge difference in fares...........cant imagine how that happens.......the poor man......he now is a wiser guy...lorl

Joe O'Hehir has been on the Irish scene for a long while. He is 24 years younger than me so calculate that out......just ues the minus sign....lol.
On the Blow for Peace there is a first with the trad Irish music of Noel Battle - a first as it is his first CD recording. He is all-ireland champion ten times over. Dave Hynes is a gifted player also but with a different style.

Tapes/cassettes - yes. And they play as normal in your car or cassette player.....Slainte
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 19.10.2004 23:10

Good morning Liz. I am on my way home for dinner. I hope you have a great day. Do you have a saying for spring flowers like in the Northern Hemisphere: (April Showers bring May Flowers)? Just curious.

Mr. S. did figure out the math question yet? Well your right we are called Wyomingites. I will think of another world question tommorrow, just go and count some cows. Personally I thought there was more open range than cows.

Have a great night Pat. Maybe we see the Webmaster riding his bike tonight. Enjoy life.



Love Stephanie

The Wyomingite
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....lol.....wasnt back from the forty-foot till after 11....headed out to sea and forgot meself again...........I'm getting very absent-minded........only for the dolphins I'd be over in France.....lol
elizabethrconnolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 19.10.2004 21:52

hi stephine,well its 7 45 am wensday,more rain on the way,we think,we do need a lot,but im glad its not snow,oh,cold,pat ur gone quite thoes grand daughters keeping u busy,i have my little grand daughter today,sleep well love liz xx
  
Webmaster-Comment: .......slainte
Seoirse the Floridaite

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 19.10.2004 19:22

Webmaster....I always thought a person from Wyoming was called a \"Wyomingite\", but YOU could be right...Maybe the cows from Wyoming are called Wyomingians....Since there are more cows than persons there, I don\'t know....Now I\'AM confused.....

  
Webmaster-Comment: ....lorl......you know you just could be right....on the other hand.....Wyomeese is the language they speak over there.....right or wrong......ehehehehhehehe
Steph

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 19.10.2004 18:11

IT\' SNOWING!!!!!!!Yipee -ki-yi-Oh.

  
Webmaster-Comment: .....I know what your on about....its the white stuff......lol........have seen it in the movies....lorl
Anne card

Location:
Canada - Ontario


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posted: 19.10.2004 17:29

Hi as a former \"Dunlin-ite\" I really enjoy this site!
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...thank you for taking the time to write.....slainte.
webmaster

Location:
United Kingdom


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posted: 19.10.2004 16:05

Great site. Very clear and informative. Keep up the good work. Why not visit my site!
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 19.10.2004 15:21

just a little comment Webbie. Where were you at 3:30 in the morning when Pat and I were looking in at Dublin, hmmm? Work still crazy, still having issues, no jokes okay. And I was up early again, so there. Well all have a good day, Don\'t work to hard Webmaster, gee just think you have a Holiday coming up.

Take care all

Your friend from Wyoming



Stephanie

What is a person from Wyoming called? question of the day for everyone. Get the spelling right though. )
  
Webmaster-Comment: I got it...I got it.........its "Wyomingians".....am I right.....how much do I win....lol

OK...where was I at 330am.......I was pushing me bike headin for the Forty Foot and it was a cool morning. Not a sinner or soul to be seen so when I got there at just 5am I got meself ready for the swim and headed off to the Iisle of Man....I was back b4 the regs appeared at 7am........not bad for an auld fella.....lol
stephanie reed-tippets

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 19.10.2004 12:14

Check the time, Webmaster!!!! HEHEHEHEHHE Well I am going to be busy at work today, very busy. We upgraded system yesterday, and they are still working on the perks, so nothing got done.

So what do you do? Do you do LAN work?

Anyways, here is the other IP that I work for too. Onewest.net We acquired them in June, but they are seperate from us. Will start doing wireless for them soon for the surrounding area.

Well I\'ll check in later, for a mini vacation.

take care all.

Did we confuse Seirose? hmhmhm Good Night Liz.

Love from Wyoming.

Stephanie
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...ehehehehe.....we both lan and wan.......lol.....will check out the other site.....keep busy....lo.l Bye....Slan
elizabethrconnolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 19.10.2004 11:24

hi its me again,webmaster,u talked about josef locke,what a great voice,my mother [rip]she use to rave about him,wheh i was young,its the songs from the white horse inn i love him sining,i like finnbar wright, lovely man,but that goes for all the irish men,im off to bed now its 9 30 pm, baby sitting tomorrow, please god,take care love liz
  
Webmaster-Comment: Ms Connolly.....yes he was a brilliant singer......and a bit of a rogue.......like most Irish guys........I used to bring him to school.........ehehehehhehe
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 19.10.2004 11:14

hi webmaster, thank u i heard of ollie kennedy,but not sining, thats a lovely song he wrote after all this time,ill be happy to try that link,how would i get the wolftones cd or dvds,please,to me from dublin,the irish tenors are lovely,we play them ofton here,love liz

  
Webmaster-Comment: .....ok.....will look about putting one of his tracks on.......I ahve many unfulfilled promises which I am aware of.....so hopefully this wont be added to these.......Slainte.
webmaster

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 19.10.2004 10:23

Ms Connolly will probably know of Foster and Allen and their big hit - After all these years. Here is a site of another friend who has played in their backing group for over 20 years - www.olliekennedy.com - Ollie wrote the song for Foster and Allen. They ahve a very big following in Oz and have just returned from a tour there. Ollie is a different style of singer and has a lot of original stuff on his CD\'s. Same applies here I can send one full file if you like. Ollie\'s site links to www.irelandsmusic.com



I promise this is the last commercial for this month.....lol....Slainte
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 19.10.2004 05:05

hi patrica, its 3 pm in oz now u should be in bed,u can play a dvd in the states,u can get the irish tenors on dvd, its great,they sing in dublin and belfast,in what way are u irish,i was born in dublin,i live in oz now 30 years now,my husband is irish also,love liz
  
Webmaster-Comment: Listen to this guy Joe O'Hehir at this site
www.irelandsmusic.com
His second offering - Country & Irish. Go to track 16 - the Town I loved so well. There is a 30 second snippet there. It's about Derry. This song was made famous by Josef Locke (RIP). Liz will have known about him I think. Anyway Joe does a fine rendering of that song.
Beware - I am wearing my promotions hat here. If any of you like that number I will send the full version to you by email - best not to look for it if you dont like it...or if you dont have broadband (DSL) cuz it would take forever to download. File is roughly 7mb.....so some hotmail addies would be out too. Nearly sounds like I dont want to send but that is not the case. And of course if you like the sound of that guy you might consider purchasing the CD......But, I stress, no pressures on anyone to do that.
Pat

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 19.10.2004 03:24

Hi, Liz...

The Chopstick method tells me that it is 11:15 pm on Monday at my house, and it is 1:15 pm Tuesday at your house.

We love the 3 Irish tenors here, but we don\'t get them often enough, usually only about St. Patrick\'s Day.

I need to ask Webbie if I order a Compact Disk from Ireland, will it play on my American CD player? I think so, although I know there is some difference in electrical currents so that American hair dryers, etc, won\'t work in England and Ireland without some kind of transformer. Is that still the case, Webbie? And will the disk play on my machine?

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....Ms Pearson...I'm withdrawing from this time-zone debate.....lol.....Seoirse has promised to draw me a picture.....

CD's are universal ......can be played anywhere. The electrical current doesnt come into it....tho US is 110 and Europe 220/240. Though cd's are not effected.
On the other hand DVD's are a huge problem. One needs to have a "region-free" dvd player to avoid the pit-falls. These are available freely in Ireland at least and quite cheap. I do believe that this is not the case in the US.
Video is also a prob - two separate systems - Pal for Europe and NTSC for the US.

The answer is that the cd will play anywhere.....

But hey why dont you ppl listen to MY tenor.......go to.....well will continue in next post up....Slainte
elizabethrconnolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 19.10.2004 02:40

hi patrica,u are still working on ur chopsticks,its 12 34 pm now, im looking at the irish tenors, god they are good,stephine u injoy ur sleep its too cold thereto get up at 4 30 am now if u where here, now its warm and sunny,but the trip over is very long, but worth it,gday all love liz
  
Webmaster-Comment: ........the Irish Tenors are good ok.......Slainte...one of those guys has an incapacity which he bears extrememly well and is to be admired...
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 19.10.2004 02:24

I tell you, you need to use the chopstick method. Do not be deterred by sacred cows, or giraffes, or elephants. Watch out for those water buffaloes, though, they can be tricky. This method was taught to me by Mr. S, and it is infallible. It\'s called Chopstick Time. If it is midnight here, it is noon the next day in Beijing, China, and you add 2 hours to know what time Liz\'s kitchen clock says. Right, Liz? I know it works if you\'re in Florida, but if you are in Beijing, you\'re on your own.

Is there a contest going on, Webbie and Steph, the earliest riser in the A.M. being the winner? The only way I could be up at 4:30 in the morning would be to stay up all night. Can I win if I do that? Piece of cake for a night owl like me.

Information-gathering on the Guinness going well. I\'ve got a couple of weeks to continue researching.

See you all at a decent hour tomorrow. Take care.

  
Webmaster-Comment: .....gosh.....ya dont need to be believing everything Seoirse tells you........lorl. I'm trying to keep it simple....a lot of folks depend on the data supplied here.....lol.....and it could be the cause of a major disaster if we got it wrong....back to the drawing board....lorl

Steph has abandoned me after her first trip.....I think she is hanging out with the "others"....nudge..nudge...

Regarding the Guinness dont forget the straws...if the "head" goes flat you can blow bubbles into it which gives it that nice creamy look and save one of your straws to make the impression of a shamrock on the "head"......

Cya later.....