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Martin

Location:
Macau


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posted: 10.10.2004 22:00

Makot
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...how's it going there Martin....
Pat

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 10.10.2004 16:30

And \"No Fair\" googling up song lyrics.



Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...nevah.....our repertoire is extensive....ehehehehe
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 10.10.2004 16:23

All’s well in CAM world. Beautiful current pic on CAM4 this morning. No desperado renegade pixels to be found spoiling the smoothness of transmission.

It’s a beautiful Sunday morning down here in Dixie, wish you were here, but I’ve only got about five minutes more to get off this site and get ready, I’m going to a picnic with my grandgirls today.

First prize in the Song Title Contest goes to Dozey Doats, for subtly bringing in the title of “Mairzy Doats and Dozey Doats, and Little Lambs Eat Ivy”, and the Lawrence Welk “ah one, anna two...”. Extra points for both. ½ point off for a bad accent.

Second goes to Mr. S. Very impressive, but some question as to correctness of “Yippie-ti-I-ay”, or “Whoopee-ti-I-oh”, which we will let Steph decide, as she lives where the little dogies were headed.

Have a good week, all, and can you pick out four song titles from the above, not including “Mairzy Doats”?

Pat
gary d

Location:
USA - Pennsylvania


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posted: 10.10.2004 14:14

Hello Webbie: Nice 2 C the web site up & running in spectacular condition. Looks like a beautiful sunny day in Dub. Sunny here as well today. We are having a huge marathon, \"The Steamtown Marathon\" which isnationally recognised as 1 of the 10 fastest marathons worldwide.About 2,000 runners in all. Usually, some gent from Kenya wins it. MY kiddies had a \"sleepover\" last night so we have an additional set of girls to feed for breakfast. Well webbie, gotta feed some girls & get \'em ready for mass. Will watch the runners as they pass by our house in about an hour as well. Hello to Ms. Pearson as well. Hope all is well in Florida. Happy Monday\'s to all, & a better week to all as well! Gary in good ole\' Scranton,
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...thanks Gary....we did have a slight hiccup on Fri/Sat ...but we called in Red Adair....lol....Same story about the marathons here.......Kenyans or Nepalese.....mountain ppl and thats how they get all the exercise......great athletes......"sleep-overs"......called "slumber parties" here.

Thanks for keeping in touch.....Slainte.
elizabethrconnolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 09.10.2004 23:38

hi there,gerry that is not the old bretts store beside osheas,its further down in tablot street,i take it ur from diblin,me too,i guess the old town has changed,oh yes a good guinness,its holy water,pat we have to get u into the guinness drink its the best,its 8 30 in australia, now,but i have a great thirst, for u know what,yes guinness.still no rain,but its there,love to all liz
Gerry

Location:
Canada - Ontario


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posted: 09.10.2004 12:58

Good Morning Webmaster: That store beside O\'Shea\'s, was the the old \"Bretts\" clothing & home linen store?. If so, I knew Charlie many, many years ago.
  
Webmaster-Comment: Gerry....I think Liz is correct but I'm not a "native". That is not the name over the door. The shop specialised in knitwear....like Arran sweaters etc. I cant be sure about any of this except for the last occupants.....Slainte.
Gerry

Location:
Canada - Ontario


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posted: 09.10.2004 11:40

How\'s it going, Talbot street looks great. Everyone needs to stop talking about Guinness, your making me thirsty, ! Ah that\'s a Pint. So anyway how\'s the Cowboy, is he still walking the street?
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....are you meaning "Bang-bang" Gerry. Dont think there are any characters like him remaining. Pace is too fast......Slainte.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 08.10.2004 21:54

hi steph,thank u for the spring gretings,oh petrica,u dont know what ue missing.a good glass of guinness put hair on ur chest, its another lovely day here in queensland,still no rain,u all have a goodweekend,love liz
stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 08.10.2004 15:36

Pat, I missed the Cowboy? Or was it the Webmaster, getting his new groove on?
  
Webmaster-Comment: I was on me push-bike.....so ya'll couldn't have seen me....eheheheh
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 08.10.2004 15:34

Webmaster, Help! I can\'t stop laughing!!! I think I shared me crayons with everyone and they are enjoying singing about Wyoming...



Good day to everyone. So how about this song:

Oh give me a home where the buffalo roam, where the deer and the antelope play, where seldom is heard a discouraging word, and the skies are not cloudy all day.

Home, home, on the range, where the dear and the antelope play... (repeats).



Webmaster, when heading west, make sure you know where the North Star is so you don\'t end up lost.

Take care everyone. Have a great weekend. And if your lucky go and enjoy the Autumn leaves, or for Liz (spring flowers?)

Steph-

-In Way Out West-
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...oh deer.........I was just gonna sing "Ghost-riders in the Sky"......lorl
Seoirse

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 08.10.2004 15:29



Theite....when I was in Munchen for Oktoberfest, I heard the yodeling, but I didn\'t try my hand at it. I did, however, try my hand at drinking the bier........hehehehehehe..........

theite





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posted: 08.10.2004 15:12

Seoirse,do you know our Bavarian way of singing:\"jodeln?\"I did that on the Oktoberfest the last 3 weeksI think I will not need even a sip of beer before X-mas
Theite





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posted: 08.10.2004 15:07

No church found yet,by now I would prefer maybe even marrying on a sailingship because we both love sailing.I`ll wave to you when I`ll be passing the Irish CoastWe`ll see.All this stuff needs time...most important thing is to be happy to have each other...have a nice weekend ya`ll!!!RELAX!
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....that would be nice........and you know what.........I got a skipper for ya..........just think about your destination and you'll be brought there safe and sound and have the best honeymoon ever.... Good luck
Seoirse

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 08.10.2004 14:52

I wish the webmaster was here to sing for us....



As I walked out one morning for pleasure

I spied a young cowboy a-ridin\' along

His hat was pulled back and his spurs was a-jinglin\'

And as he approached me a-singin\' this song

Whoopee ti yi yo git along little dogies

It\'s your misfortune and none of my own

Whoopee ti yi yo git along little dogies



For you know Wyoming will be your new home

It\'s whoopin\' and yellin\' and a-drivin\' them dogies

Oh how I wish that you would go on

It\'s a-whoopin\' and a-yellin\' and a-punchin\' them dogies

For you know Wyoming will be your new home

Whoopee ti yi yo git along little dogies

It\'s your misfortune and none of my own

Whoopee ti yi yo git along little dogies

For you know Wyoming will be your new home

  
Webmaster-Comment: ...yer not gettin the high notes Seoirse.....and your not trading Florida for Wyoming....well unlesss........ehehehehehehehehhehe
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 08.10.2004 14:33

Steph, I forgot to tell you that the man on the horse on Talbot St. yesterday was singing \"Yippee-Ti-I-Ay, Get along little dogies, You know that Wyoming will be your new home\". You are in the right place to sing that one today.

Have a good Friday.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....lol...I just wonder who that imposter was...........mighta been Roy Rogers...or Gene Autrey...or perhaps Hopalong Cassidy.......'twasnt me tho........
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 08.10.2004 14:18

Oh, Big Z darlin\', we are glad you aren\'t drowned. Have a beer.

Did anyone else see that man wearing a cowboy outfit riding a paint pony west on Talbot St. about 5 Dublin time last evening? Did WebMaster say he was going West, or going WESTERN? Don\'t tell him we saw him, but he wasn\'t (to use a Redneck expression) nothin\' but cute in his Stetson.

Hi, Liz. Yes, I like all kinds of music, but drink only a glass or two of wine. I wasn\'t brought up on Guinness like you Dubliners.

Good Morning, Steph.

Pat

  
Webmaster-Comment: ...ehehehehe....that wasn't me....unless ya saw me yellow bike as well....I just flew threw the junction while the cam was refreshing..........so ya'll didnt get a deco of me.....
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 08.10.2004 12:08

hi zardoz,i like guinness,great drop of stuff,but the best is to be got in dublin,hope u injoy a glass love liz
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....don't encourage him Liz.....ehehehehhehehehe....
Zardoz

Location:
Christmas Island


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posted: 08.10.2004 11:29

Did sombody mention Guinness.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...I knew it...I knew it....the mention of beer and your here like a shot......
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 08.10.2004 08:23

hi there patrica,thank u for the kind words,i guess u dont know me ha,i take it u like irish songs with a few guinness the words come very easy,have a good week end very hot here today love liz
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 07.10.2004 17:27

There you go Pat. Somebody knows your songs. Great job Dozey Doats!

Hey Webmaster, are you cleaning the cobwebs out of the basement again?



Steph.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....Steph....naaaaa....wireless escapades......and sweepin....lol......Ya'll have a nice weekend....heading west for a few days.....please ya'll be gud in my absence and share ya crayons....lol.....Slainte.
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 07.10.2004 17:09

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


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posted: 07.10.2004 16:55

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 15:36

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 15:17

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 12:50

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