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Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 07.10.2004 16:09

Wow, score 1 for Dozey Doats in Western Sahara.



Who was that masked man?



Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....I'll sign that person up...lol
Dozey Doats n Mairzy Doat

Location:
Western Sahara


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X Mach-O; rv
posted: 07.10.2004 15:55

Ah one, anna two, anna one-two-three



Wen I was jus a lil\'bitty baby

Mah mama woulda rock me in mah cradle

In dem ol\' cotton faylds back ho-home

It was down in Loosiana, jus\'about a mile from\'a Texarkana

In dem old cotton faylds back ho-home



Well, when dem cotton balls get rotten

You cain\'t pick vera much cotton

In dem ol\' cotton fields back ho-home

It was down in Loosiana, jus\'about a mile from\'a Texarkana

In dem ol\' cotton faylds back ho-home......
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....dont know that one.......must be ya accent....lorl.....Slainte.........will get it translated later on........
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 07.10.2004 14:36

Ah, I understand, Mr. S., Rangers and Celtics rivalry is worse than between the Seminoles and that group of girls from central Florida who can’t even begin to play football without shaking off the swamp muck from the cleats on their little shoesies.

Our Big Z lost in the Bermuda Triangle? So sad. Young Mr. S., the underworked and overpaid, should go out in his yacht trolling a couple of beach bunnies in inner-tubes. And one inner-tube fitted up with a tray of cold beers. Big Z will surface, dead or alive.

No, WebMaster, I am not so old as to actually remember the time that song about the trees was popular, but my Mammy would sing it as she rocked me in my cradle in them old cotton fields back home. (Watch out, Song Alert!)

Steph, be warned. This is a place where everybody tells outrageous lies, except for Liz, who is just a lovely person. Everybody have a good day!

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...lol.....I think we got a Shirley Bassey on board.....lol. Slainte.
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 07.10.2004 14:17

Hello Webmaster,

Looks like a lovely afternoon in Dublin. Hope your boss isn\'t making you work to hard today.

Even though I can\'t get you a LOS from Wyoming come in visit on the Web anytime. The webcam isn\'t up yet still in the town, but it will be located on \"City of Riverton\" home page. If you want to see how boring Wyoming looks.

I am only three hours from Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone. So if that helps everyone to know where little-o-Stephanie is located.

By the way Webmaster have a great evening, and Pat last night I kept singing, \"When Irish Eyes are Smiling\". Don\'t ask, elementary school.



Love

Stephanie =)
Charles Healy

Location:
Portugal


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posted: 07.10.2004 11:50

Hi. Great to get a look at the ould place from here.

elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 07.10.2004 09:50

hi webmaster,see the sun is stiil shining,but dark mornings are coming in,and dark evenings,it only means winter, again,how are u hi patrica all the storms gone at last,hope u are well,have a great weekend all,love liz
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....sunshine and showers alternating with showers and sunshine.....thats the order of the day.......Forget to tell u that the Dubs ladies football team lost last Sunday to Galway............so next year for sure........Slainte.
Theite





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posted: 06.10.2004 18:30

Hi to all my friends in Ireland and all lovers of my very favourite country!!!How are you?I`m still cheating on all the lovely Irish boys with a Frenchman who stole my heart`But as far as I can see there are still enough women to chase Zardoz, Seoirse and Mister WebmasterHave fun
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Theite.....it's been forever.....lol.........did you find that nice lil church yet?? Be careful of the frogs...eheheheheh
Seoirse

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 06.10.2004 17:22



Much to my sorrow, the Big Blue are temporarily in 2nd place behind the greenies. The \'Gers - \'tic rivalry causes other rivalries to pale by comparison, even the \'Gators - \'noles.

Patricia L. Pearson





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posted: 06.10.2004 14:12

P.S.

Where\'s Zardoz? We haven\'t heard from the \"Big Z\" lately. But then, nobody has mentioned beer or lolling around on exotic islands in the South Pacific, which sometimes causes him to pop up. Still swimming, Big Z? Turn left just for the hell of it.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: Ms Pearson.....he went chasin Geri and think his route was thru the Bermuda Triangle.........vanished........lol
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 06.10.2004 14:05

Hello, Steph...

Webbie wasn\'t being obscure mentioning \"talk to the 3\'s\" he was just trying to sing an old song \"Talk to the TREES\". Didn\'t I warn you not to mention a song title, because it would cause him to sing?

Don\'t worry, though, Webbie, sometimes we all hear a line wrong. Before I knew the title of Creedence Clearwater\'s \"Bad Moon on the Rise\", I thought the line \"There\'s a bad moon on the rise\" was \"There\'s a bathroom on the right\". Even now,if it comes on the radio, I sing along with it my way, (\"My Way\", watch out!)I like it better.

Best one along those lines is about the little girl who asked her Mama she liked the song she\'d heard in church about the bear named Gladly that couldn\'t see. Turned out that they had sung that old hymn, \"Gladly the Cross I\'d Bear, which the child heard as \"Gladly, the Cross-eyed Bear\".

Hi, Liz,any rain yet? Who are the \"green shirted with hoops\" people Webbie talks about?

All take care.

Pat

  
Webmaster-Comment: ...lol....Gawd....didnt think anyone would be old enough around here to remember the songs I remember..........
I know I stand in line until you think you have the time to spend an evening with me......lorl

"I found it....so lets celebrate, I'm feeling great, I'm the one who found the lost chord"....ehehehehhehehehe

OK the banter about the Blue and The Hoops is about the 'gers and the 'tics and refers to the two mad soccer sides in Glasgow..........and of course the silly cat lick and prod divide - Celtic are the Hoops and the Champions...ehehehehehehhehehe......and Rangers.....well........Rangers are just Rangers......lol.......
Both sides and their supporters are, shall we say, very enthusiastic about their sport.....lol

My friend Seoirse is a 'ger supporter and I'm a 'tic......Slainte
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 06.10.2004 14:04

Hello Webmaster. Where\'s everyone at? It\'s Wednesday Morning here for me. Just got to work. Well Webmaster have a great day!!!





Steph
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...lol....got "tuck" away......sorry about that.....Slainte.
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 05.10.2004 21:51

Hey Webmaster, When you get to work tommorrow you need to check out the Mt St. Helens web cam. Been active all day. Fun to watch, almost can't tear myself away from it and work. Here's the address:

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Check it out, it should still be there. Talk to ya tommorrow about 3 o'clock your time. Keep smilin'



Steph -
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Steph.....saw that and only a 5 min update.......resources......lol.....dont they have the bandwidth.......
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 05.10.2004 14:14

Good Afternoon Webmaster! Again I am in a wonderful mood. Of course, after reading Pat\'s message I couldn\'t help myself from being in a good mood. Great job Pat! Love it.

Anyways well work was busy yesterday. See Webmaster at Wyoming.com I am stuck in the dungeon (the basement) working on the Wireless things. Gee so I never see sunlight unless the chains are loose. Well that\'s the truth!!!

Our town is getting it\'s web cam back up, but it won\'t compare to yours.

Looks a little cloudy today in Dublin.

Well have a great evening Webmaster, and don\'t talk to chickens. Don\'t ask, No I don\'t smoke or drink anything. Just goofy today.



Steph -
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....I talk to the 3's but they dont listen to me....lorl....oooooh......a REAL webmaster....ehehhehehehe.......Wireless - - - - -but you guys are more sophisticated.....none of yer 80211 stuff.....How interesting....we got a few small WiFi stations......must study your site a little more.......Think I might have NLOS to Wyoming...eheheheheheh. Very interesting Steph.....slainte.
webmaster@nci.ie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 05.10.2004 12:49

....if ya'll like Irish singahs have a listen to the short snippets on the following site. Some of my friends have recorded a few cd's ...have a listen anyway.



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And anyone who might remember the Showbands have a look at



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Or skip this....lol...no harm done.
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 05.10.2004 02:55

Playing hooky again, WebMaster? Is that what you all call skipping school or work in Ireland?



The skulls of Irish Saints for sale at the Cliffs of Moher? Creepy. What do people DO with them? Skulls are hard to decorate around, unless you have a very weird house. Here’s the “Decorating Tip of the Week”. Take the skulls of St. Patrick and St. Columba and St. Bridgid, and nestle them “face” up, on a large platter of spaghetti with tomato sauce. Stick a candle in each eye socket, and light ‘em up for a Holy Irish Halloween centerpiece. Don’t forget some sprigs of parsley at the edges of the platter.

A little blasphemous, perhaps. Maybe better to use some anonymous skulls. Martha Stewart is getting ready to spend 5 months in jail. I’m doing the best I can, somebody has to do her work, advising the world about how to live graciously, so there you are.

Pat.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...eheheheheheh......I bet you think I was joking you.......
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3)

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Location:
USA - Alabama


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elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 04.10.2004 20:50

hi webmaster,i missed the guestbook,for a few days go to see it back,well still no rain yet,hi patrica thank god the storms are gone,u can relax a bit,take care all of u friends,love liz
  
Webmaster-Comment: Ms Connolly.....sorry about that.......hope it will last a little longer this time.
Brian L. Gomes from Montr

Location:
Canada - Quebec


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posted: 04.10.2004 20:44

Hi Webmaster! What\'s the weather like in Ireland at the time of the Year I intend to visit. (New Years) I would imagine nothing compares to my winters. -45 degrees on a warm wintery day. Do I need boots? Heavily insulated coat? Or do I just bring rain gear and think layers of clothing?
  
Webmaster-Comment: Brian....the latter.........east coast is mildest.......SE the mildest.........certainly need the raincoat and a small brolly......We seldom go below freezing here........sometimes tho that can happen in the midlands......Hope its nice for you,......Slainte
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 04.10.2004 14:24

Good Afternoon Webmaster!!! It looks like a lovely week. Just got to work, but I am in a wonderful mood.(so far). I hope you had a great day off!!!

I hate to say this, but I did absolutely NOTHING this weekend! Isn\'t that just the worst. I rather have worked my other job, but I am trying to avoid that situation, they take advantage of me.

I say Pat I couldn\'t sleep a wink either last night. Literally was awake for two hours just laying there. What a Waste of time!

Well Webmaster, Have a great evening, it looks lovely in Dublin! Everyone else, where ever you may be have a great DAY!

Love

Steph. (I really am in a great mood, Scary huh?)
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...ehehehehhe...now you can tell us all what you do in your work-place...........from start to finish.....lol...
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 04.10.2004 08:11

Dear Webbie...

Never mind. My Guestbook page fixed itself, and is now working normally...

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....I rebooted it.........up the transom.....lol....Slainte.
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 04.10.2004 07:38

Good Morning, WebMaster...

The bad news is that I am up in the middle of the night (just can\'t sleep) and the worse news is that I can\'t get the GuestBook messages, only the header and a little black box with a little X in red on a white ground in the upper left corner.

What\'s up (besides me)? Do I lack enough memory in my machine?

How are you, anyway?

Pat

  
Webmaster-Comment: ....we did have an outage......cgulls fly at night you know....they break my beam..........the brats....lol

Your pc is fine.....Slainte
lorraine gee

Location:
USA - California


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posted: 01.10.2004 23:05

got abso bloody lutley hammered last weekend and im still not better.myself and two lads downed two bottles of jager..im still sick a week later..i miss home i miss my friends and since iv come here im gone soldier mad..i lovem and if i ever catch one in uniform again god love him
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...ehehehehhehe.....yer a bit of a terror...I think..........Gawd help the poor soldiers.......eheheheh
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 01.10.2004 15:03

Good afternoon Webmaster.

It\'s Friday, and this week at work is almost over. My day just started, and I can\'t seem to put my foot in the door and work.

I missed with your yellow willies. Gee, I am always late!

Pat have a great weekend, I am going to! Should be nice here.

Well I found a website with the Cliffs of Moher in it. (Spelling?) Neat site.

I better work now. Otherwise I might be here all night myself.

Webmaster have a great weekend!!! Talk to everyone on Monday.

Steph
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....Hi Steph.....Friday evening and just another half day to go..........we work 6days a week over here....well thats when we work.........That part of Clare is nice. Bye for now....Enjoy your weekend.
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 01.10.2004 14:53

Hello, Webbie...

Glad you\'re back, I saw you on CAM4 in your nice yellow wellies at the excavation site on Talbot street. I waved but you didn\'t notice.

I\'m thinking the little man at the Cliffs of Moher might have been telling me some lies about my blackthorn stick. I\'m shocked, I\'ve always believed every word an Irishman told me. Especially when he was trying to sell me something.

My opinion only, Kerry won last night\'s debate. Everyone will now debate about who won the debate.

Good one, Webbie, about St. Patrick and the skateboard. It made me lol. Or as Steph says, . We know St. Patrick used a stick, but what KIND of stick? I\'ll do some research and get back to you.

I\'ve got a busy weekend coming up, I\'ll go start on it. Have a nice weekend, Troops, wherever you are.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Ms Pearson and thank you for making us all smile. .....St Patrick was a saint by definition......so a saintly man he was...eheheheheheh. Came to Ireland in 432 AD....I ahve that bit right anyway.......lol. Enjoy your weekend and hope you get all your chores done......Slainte.
Catherine Meyers

Location:
Canada - Nova Scotia


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posted: 01.10.2004 14:33

I wanted to check out this site because my friend Jill Jones is off to Ireland tonight. She will be celebrating her 50th birthday on October 4th St Francis Day. She told me she would be on the web cam at Gardiner tomorrow at noon and would give me a big wave. I think this site is really neat. Thanks Catherine Meyers from Apple River Nova Scotia
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...oooh....C it's gonna be wet.........hope ya'll touch base....Slainte.