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Stephanie





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posted: 18.10.2004 22:08

I am sorry 11 o\'clock I looked at what you wrote. OOPs.

  
Webmaster-Comment: ....a h-aon deag a clog
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 18.10.2004 22:07

Sorry to write so much Webmaster, Computers at work are messed up. NO fun.

Liz, actually right now it is 4 pm in the afternoon here, and I noticed you just wrote, so I still have a while for bed, but one more hour for work.

It is 10 o\'clock in Dublin.

I have a friend her husband is from Aussie. I do remember people telling it is a sixteen hour flight. Yikes. But when DS starts will all be messed up again.

Your friend in Wyoming.



Stephanie
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...I can well understand Steph....what did we do b4 we got computers......lol.....dont tell me that your wireless is down.....Slainte
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 18.10.2004 21:06

hi webmaster,our rain did not last long,but the wet months are yet to come,we will see how it goes,no stephine, its lovely and warm in queensland,u are 14 hours behine me.so its now 7 am,u are all ready for bed,sleep well,love liz
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....just give us the nod Ms Connolly and we can export it to ya...FOB....lol....Slainte
kollle

Location:
USA - Maryland


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posted: 18.10.2004 19:28

hi all, how ya doin??
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...hi kollle.....doin fine...and yerself...??
Steph

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 18.10.2004 16:58

Well I found the forty foot. I hope you didn\'t forget your togs. hehehehehe Looks cold there in the water especially before the sun rises. Is it cold Liz?



Steph
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...I'll call for you in the morning and introduce you to the regulars.....lorl.......good day...eheheheheheh
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 18.10.2004 14:36

Webmaster, I actually didn\'t sleep last night. I finally went to sleep at 4:30 and got up at 5:30 AM and still got my work out in. Actually you subtract 2 from 3*0 and Mr S. might get the age but still I don\'t know.

I guess it is pick on Steph day. Gee, you would think you know someone that knows me. HMMM.

Watch out for the blonds, we do retaliate too!!!



Have a good day,

Your friend in Wyoming

Stephanie
Stephanie Reed-Tippets

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 18.10.2004 14:09

Well good morning all. And how is our lovely Webmaster. Did you bring your \"old cane\" to work today? hehehehe LOL

Mr. S. this is the math: If you take 2+8 you may get my age minus two. Now then you add 50 years to that and get the Webmasters age. I better start running, because you won\'t catch me.... heheheh.

Well Pat the sun rose about 7 AM here so Webmaster and I could call when the sun rises where we live. And just think I am still up when the sun rises where Liz lives. Which is about 15 - 16 hour difference. Scary huh.

Talk to ya later,

Steph
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...good morning Steph.....I'm on the zimmer today.....lol....the cane is for the evenings.....was Seoirse trying to count the rings on yer neck......lol...ehehehehehehhe. Ya'll are you g and healthy and that is the important bit.....

This morning being a Monday I rose at 430am...........had me swim and all over me before the sun peeped over the hills........so there ya go.......was out at the Forty-foot....and Liz knows that place well......Good morning/afternoon and evening ya'll
John

Location:
Australia


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posted: 18.10.2004 12:35

Son is over there to see the 2004 football, Ireland V Australia, and is loving it !!!! Except the Ausies got thrashed in 1st game !!!
  
Webmaster-Comment: John......they got a real bad hiding.....ehehehehehehehhe......I expect fierce revenge....Slainte
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 18.10.2004 10:00

hello webmaster, oh thank u,i know about ireland beat aussie,its on too late here,i cant miss me beauty sleep,at my age i cant lose any sleep,i hope ireland wins the next game the aussies get worried about that round ball,why,take love liz
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 18.10.2004 01:57

hi webmasterdid u have a good weekend,rain at last we got it on sunday,thank u for that website, was that the old jervis st hospital, god its lovely what was done to it.a great shopping center, i would like to spend some dollars there, i had a slipped disc out there in 1968if its the hospital.dublin, is looking great,pity about the weather, but thank u again love liz
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...Ms Connolly.....yes think that is it.........

We had Australian Rules football yesterday in Croke Park. Ireland walloped the Ozzies.....lol About 30/40 thou there............Slainte.
elizabethrconnolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 18.10.2004 01:49

gday pat its almost midday here now, u go for the canned guinness its the best, i like it,im sure the men think other wise,injoy ur party we at last got rain,not a lot doh,we need to fill the dams again.u take care hi stephine,love liz
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....but you need to be careful how you pour cans - that is an art in itself.......you dont pour to the center....you tilt the glass and pour to the edge (right edge preferably) and you must pour slow. That way the Guinness retains its head. Also the glass must be dry to start with. Try some Dublin Bay prawns with it....lol
kaite orman- ryan

Location:
Canada - Nova Scotia


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posted: 17.10.2004 20:18

hi all great web site i was looking around every where looking for a old friend of my mom;s i am looking for

diana or bill or william HILL

they live now we think in dublin they did live halifax nova scotia canada at one time please my mom misses her friend email me if you might know them.

thanks

kevink1998@yahoo.com
Gary D.

Location:
USA - Pennsylvania


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posted: 17.10.2004 17:11

Hello Webbie: Hope allis well with you this fine brisk Sunday. Took the girls to mass already & am home prepping for a basketball game my oldest has. It is chilly here today, 8.6C, with winds. Almost looks like snow. We had over an inch of rain again Friday into Saturday. This has been the wettest year on record. Dub looks about the same as it is here today. I checked out all the cam sites and Dub really looks like a windbreaker is needed there as well. I hope that yours is a gr8 week Webbie, and a hello to our mrs pierson in florida as well. About 3 weeks til our election & I\'m still on the fence. We need more political parties here but the deck is stacked & our choices.....arrgghhh the frustration of it all. Ok Webbie, take care, God Bless, a gr8 week 2 all & cheers Gary D. in good ole\' Scranton, Pa.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....Hi Gary....all ticking over well........things are a bit noisey with the diggers going from morning till night....but it's all in the casue of progress.

I still cant reason out the election.....and it gets more confusing the more one reads........I hope that the best one wins and guides America on a steady course.......

have a nice week....Slainte.
Seoirse aka teetotaler

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 17.10.2004 16:35



Ms Pearson....I hate to ruin my reputation, but I don\'t drink alcohol at all and don\'t have the slightest idea which Guinness product to buy...



If you don\'t get an answer by tomorrow, the 2 experts, webmaster and Zardoz, will certainly know the answers....
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....hmmmmmm.....a likely story......I'm told you had Courvoissier in yer house....ehehehehehehehehheheeh
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 17.10.2004 14:36

Hello...

About 10:15 Sunday morning in Tallahassee.

Liz, I\'ve got the time stuff clear, it\'s just after midnight Monday morning for you.

I\'m seeing a pile of dirt and paving slabs on CAM3 in front of Not To Worry store, and a yellow steam shovel in the lower left corner. What kind of trees are there? They don\'t seem to be losing their leaves for winter. I hope they don\'t take them down.

I need advice on what kind of Guinness (on the American market)to buy to take to a neighborhood party. There\'s a kind in tall bottles, & a canned variety that seems to have a gas included that makes a head when it\'s poured, & \"stout\" in a brown bottle. Maybe all three?

Gerry in Ontario and Mr. S. probably are the experts, and maybe Gary in Scranton? Anyone elso who wants to jump in with advice, please do.

WebMaster doesn\'t love us any more. A weekend off? What!!??? I\'m telling his boss, he\'ll be sorted out in a hurry.

Pat

  
Webmaster-Comment: ....Ms Pearson....unfortunately they are extending the waterworks and road resurfacing up Talbot St - that street goes up all the way to O'Connell St, which is the main st in the capitol.

I will have to check on the name of the trees but they are a fairly recent addition - well a few years.

I would say that gerry is the expert there ok. It seems that the can is supposed to ahve the same quality as the draught pint (from a barrel). Be prepared not to like Guinness first thing as you need to acquire/develop a taste for it. I drink lager in moderation but I'm gone too old for long sessions and of course I ahve to be in bed early to see the sun rising (in the morning)....lol

I was doing a Novena this weekend and praying for lost souls....lorl
elizabethrconnolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 16.10.2004 22:13

hi pat, ur a little mixed up with the time zone,u will work it out,u know im from dublin ireland,i love the warm weather in oz,my children where born here,hi stephine,there is no need to get up so early in the winter morings,its sunday morning here now,at 8 15 am, that makes it 6 pm there,am i right,have a good day, kiss from reghanxxxxx love liz
joe

Location:
France, Metropolitan


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posted: 16.10.2004 19:56

Merci pour ce site qui regorge d'informations utiles.

Le Webmaster de

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Webmaster-Comment: .....thanks Joe......but they are all going to Killarney......more craic there than Tunisia......ehehehehhe
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 16.10.2004 18:57

Damn Dial up!!Well anyways the Webmaster is going to have a lot to catch up on. Especially since he said he has a Holiday next week.

Pat & Liz I don\'t have any kids, unless you can\'t the dog cat, and husband. Gee sometimes I just want to sell them for free. hehehehheh. That\'s the other reason for getting up early. Plus when I was young (not as old as Webbie) I got up at 5 am.

Early to bed Early to rise makes a man (woman) health wealthy and wise. Hmm. I am not any of those.



your friend from Wyoming,



Steph
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....no one will ever catch up with me agewise....lol......but something I have noticed.....you may be half my age now but say in ten years time you will be greater than half my age......lol....Can you explain that one Seoirse......lol

I rise each morning at 5am.......I could call ya'll if it werent for those silly time zones.....lol
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 16.10.2004 18:52

Yep I was early this morning. Before 7 AM, so now the Webmaster derserves the Slaaappp. Yeah, I don\'t forget.

Good Job MR. S. Yeah I knew the time was 7 hours, I just wanted ya to work a little harder. I always get up early. Bad habit.
  
Webmaster-Comment: .......Seoirse will retaliate....lol
Pat

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 16.10.2004 16:03

Oops, sorry Liz, your little grandgirl is REGHAN, not Meghan, isn\'t she? Cute name. Mine are Erin and Lauren, ages 6 and 5 now, and I promise you, they get to be even more fun as they get older.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...hi Ms Pearson....and just to help out with this I think Ms Connolly said it was derived from the surname Regan of which another ver was Reagan. President Reagan's relatives were born in the village of Ballyporreen in Ireland. We had him over here a few years ago and gave him a pint of Guinness and a medium for Nancy.........it's all in the name....lol
Seoirse the timekeeper

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 16.10.2004 15:56



Ms Steph....I forgot....Each entry in this, the webmaster\'s Guestbook, has the Dublin local time posted at the top of the message...To obtain YOUR local posting time, simply subtract 7 hours from your posted time...



Tallahassee and Jax are in the same time zone, and 5 hrs behind Dublin time, so we subtract 5 hrs from the posted time.....
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....word perfect.......
Seoirse the timekeeper

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 16.10.2004 15:35



Ms Pearson...You are quite welcome...The webmaster taught me all this timekeeper stuff, but he\'s too busy for that. So he has ME do it.....hehehehehe....



Ms Steph...Dublin time is 7 hours ahead of Wyoming time...Add the 7 hrs to your local time to get the Dublin time...



Most of Europe, including Dublin, uses Daylight Saving Time...Dublin DST ends at the same time as the US, but begins on the last Sunday in March, while the US DST begins on the first Sunday in April....



Australia, of course is in the southern hemisphere, so their seasons are the opposite, thus their DST is the opposite.



www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....Seoirse....your retaining the knowledge well.....lol...ehehehhe
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 16.10.2004 15:17

Good Morning, Liz, or is it Good Night? Wait a minute, I need to go get my chopstick.

Anyway, hope you have a good weekend, however much of it is left. I\'m the gardener this weekend, getting the place ready for winter, though we have little real winter here, a little frost occasionally, and a light morning freeze maybe 2 or 3 times before early March. But even on those days, you can often be without a coat by noon.

Take care, and give that litte Meghan a kiss.

Pat
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 16.10.2004 14:58

Good Morning Steph...

Really, you must have been up VERY early. Are you one of those people who like to see the sun come up? I\'ve seen it happen a time or two, and I don\'t particularly understand liking to see it, as it is the same thing that happens when the sun sets, only backwards, and sunset happens at a much more civilized and convenient time of day for viewing, not when we should be in bed sleeping because it\'s dark out.

Webbie\'s A.W.O.L. again. Should we send out a search party? Have a good weekend.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....well there is an element of "elitism" to watching the sun rising......your not there by chance.......as with the sunset....ehehehehhehe.....and there is the possibility of an "exclusive".....aw but the sun at any time is nice. My favourite time would be the sunrise though........So ya'll rise earlier in the morning with Stephanie and I and join the sun worshippers....lol
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 16.10.2004 14:48

Mr. S, thank you very much. The map on the website you mentioned made me understand. The sun travels from left to right across the map, jumps off at the left edge, nips around the back and climbs up on the right edge, where it crosses the International Date Line so it becomes the next day, and shines itís morning light on Liz in Australia. Got it. Didnít even have to break out the globe and candle. Visualization is education. Also, if you rolled that map into a cylinder at 9:00 pm on a Saturday night, and stuck a chopstick straight through it from Florida, youíd come out at Beijing at 9:am the next morning, and then you can move to Australia (if you add two hours, because the sun was there two hours ago) and youíd have Lizís time and date. Unless itís a Thursday, when it will be last week for Liz, because Thursdays are always screwed up. Right?

No, really, I do understand, thanks for the tip.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....complex.........just goes to show that I ahve a lot to learn. I tried that with the chopstick and finished up tickling a sacred cow in India..........I'm not the brightest spark tho I'll have to admit........I'll try it after dark and see if I can come across the lights in Brisbane.......I might be abck to you Seoirse for a few better examples....lorl