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Stanislav

Location:
USA - New York


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posted: 01.10.2004 13:07

Seoirse

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 30.09.2004 23:31



Alas, our webmaster is overworked and underpaid....unlike some, like me, who are underworked and overpaid....His boss, Mr. Scrooge, should be ashamed....

  
Webmaster-Comment: ...thank you Seoirse. Your the only one who understands. New projects and filling in for the ganger I was early on this week. Roads dont clear themselves you know....Enjoy your weekend.....Slainte.
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 30.09.2004 14:09

Hello everyone, I think the Webmaster must be on vacation. He is going to have a lot to catch up on. Well Liz we had rain last night in Wyoming USA. Much needed but, I\'ll send some your way. Don\'t ask me how, maybe that\'s where the webmaster is at. He is probably trying to buy a snake stick.

Everyone have a great day, afternoon, evening. And don\'t forget, It\'s almost Friday.

Steph.
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hiya....I ahve been digging out with those guys working on the road at O'Sheas for the past few days. They wouldnt let me use me lap-top.

I think you may be getting a little confused on the blackthorn and snake-stick. Or maybe it's meself........the blackthorn stick is a lucky omen and it has special features and if in the hands of a female can frighten a man. The snake-stick is the bata (stick) used by St Patrick around 430-440 AD. to remove snakes from Ireland. he did that single-handedly. The reason it took him so long was that there were no cars or bicycles then and he had to do it all on his skate-board. he was a very strong man though. The only snakes left now are in the Zoo and a few human ones...ehehehehehehhe...Slainte.
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 30.09.2004 13:29

Yes, I forgot to mention that I hope Mr. S is getting over his Rhabdophobia. That\'s fear of Rhabdos. Those little critters live in the sand, and will sneak up on you and bite you while you are watching beach bunnies. They are at their worst this time of year.

Always sit on a blanket or cushion. Take two aspirins and call the doctor in the morning.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: Ms pearson

It's most difficult to keep a good man down. S thrives where there are plenty of beach bunnies. He's even been known to chase snow birds....ehehehehehehehehehhehehehehehehe....Slainte
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 30.09.2004 13:02

Good Morning, WebMaster...

Looks like a pretty, sunny day in Dublin, long shadows in the streets. Nice day here, sun, mid-to-high 80s temp. Presidential debates in Miami tonight.

Where\'s Gary from good ole Scranton? Flooding yesterday in New Jersey from tail end of Hurricane Jeanne, hope he isn\'t having a flooded basement again. Liz is having Spring there down under in Australia, but no rain. I\'d be glad to send you some if I could, Liz.

If Webbie doesn\'t come back soon, we\'ll have to send a search party out after him. Maybe he\'s gone to the Cliffs of Moher, to find the little man who sells snake sticks.

Everybody have a good day, whatever is left of it where you are.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Ms Pearson

gary ahs had some bad flooding. I have seen some pix. It seems that some/a lot/most of your housing have got basements. That is a big problem when water rises. I hope he is getting back to normal by now. Very difficult after a flood....Slainte
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 30.09.2004 08:31

hi webmaster how are u,still waiting for rain.here,but at christmas time we may get it,i see patrica had very bad storms,hi patrica hope u are all well god bless,hello peadar i hoped mayo would win kerry is very good but i hoped

but its dublin next year,u all take care love liz
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Ms Connolly.......Dublin for Sam and Kerry for the Presidency....eheheheh
Peadar

Location:
USA - Illinois


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posted: 30.09.2004 04:09

Hello All



nice to see Dublin even if it\'s bucketing it down!!

Did anyone really think that Mayo would win?

Kerry has a big history of winning.
  
Webmaster-Comment: Peadar....yes very hard to beat those mountain men. But next year please God the Dubs may ahve a run at it.....or maybe Westmeath.........Idt...ehehehehhe
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 29.09.2004 22:59

Looks like your getting a bit of rain almost at the midnight hour. Better wear your rain coat, and look for that pot of gold in the morning aa, Webmaster.

Hope you do have a lovely morning.

Your friend



Stephanie =)
  
Webmaster-Comment: ......oh I'm used to being out in the rain all the time.....nothing new in that....problem only is when the sun shines cuz I wear me yellow wellies all the time. Some people look at me as if I had two heads on me and me only wearing my work gear. The Corpo dont supply gucci shoes for us workers ya know.....Slainte.
Seoirse

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 29.09.2004 20:19



Webmaster....Over the last few months, I\'ve developed a severe case of rhabdophobia...



  
Webmaster-Comment: ...ahahaha......that wont save ya......lorl
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 29.09.2004 14:10

Well good afternoon Webmaster. It\'s Wednesday,here in America it\'s Hump day! We made it over the hurdle. Anyways hope to find you in good spirits. Yes maybe I am getting a little Dublin accent, do have Irish Blood in me. Take care and don\'t work too hard, I mean it. Steph - =)
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...it's ages since I have heard that expression....but then wages/pay day is now generally accepted as a Thursday........well thats for me the lowly paid and "weakly" paid worker. I just wish the elections would just hurry up and see will he keep his promise....lol. Slainte.
frank brackett

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 29.09.2004 08:18

I just love looking at me old home town.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....hi Frank...."the old home town looks the same"...when you step down from the train....Thanks for your comments.
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 29.09.2004 00:24

Be easy, Brian Gomes, WebMaster will help you when he has a minute. He helps everybody. Remind us that you’ll be waving on Jan 2, and we’ll wave back.

Where can I order a Gers blue shirt, Mr. S, and what is it? Any help for hurricanes is a needed commodity now in Florida. We have 70 more days of Hurricane Season.

I myself have a blackthorn stick, which I bought from a little man on the Cliffs of Moher. It hangs on my wall with a brass letter opener with a handle in the image of St. Patrick, some pressed Irish Bluebells and ferns in a small brass oval frame, and a painting of Bunratty Castle. It is a pretty little grouping, but the real value is that the man told me the blackthorn was the kind of stick St. Patrick used to drive the snakes out of Ireland, and if I kept it in my house, I would never have a snake there. And I never have. (Continued below)
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...St. Patrick would never forgive you for wearing a Blue short of the ilk Mr S is referring to........ehehehehehehhe......ya want the shirt with the hoops......GREEN.....Slainte.
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 29.09.2004 00:21

(continued) Also, the man on the Cliffs of Moher told me that if I bought that blackthorn stick from him, I could use it to make any man I wanted fall in love with me. I didn’t pursue that line, being very married at the time, but I’ve often wished since then that I had asked him how to do it. I guess you could ask a man outright if he is in love with you and if he says “No.” you could beat him with the stick until he said “Yes” but I don’t think that’s right.

So, if anyone sees that little man on the Cliffs of Moher, ask him about it and tell me what he says.

Slan go foill to you, too, WebMaster, and all take care.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Ms Pearson.......ya had me in stitches
laughing about this very early this morning..........eheheheheh.
Could you check that blackthorn stick out further. I think it may
well be suitable for "divining". I bet if you brought that stick with
you to Jax that you could find that young man
Seoirse.....ehehehehhe......If threatened with that stick I bet he
would be willing to surrender his single status.....lorl. For what it's
worth I think he may also be faced with the dilemma of shedding
the blue for the hoops. That was some Leprechaun you met on
the Cliffs of Moher. You were lucky he didn't convince you to buy a "skull" as he
has all the heads of Irish patron saints for sale including St
Patrick himself......eheheheheheheheh.
Beannacht De leat.
Brian Gomes from Montreal

Location:
Canada - Quebec


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posted: 28.09.2004 21:53

As you know I will be in Dublin Jan 2nd standing in front of O\'Sheas on the traffic Island whilst waving HELLO to everyone back home. Noon Canada time. I think you guys are 5 hours ahead. (While still being hungover from the partying done in Glasgow) \"Hug-my-knees\" (Scottish New Year, however it\'s spelt!!!!...Those Scots!\")What I would like to know is if the \'Wolftones\' will be playing around town during my short visit to Dubs? I return back to Scotland Jan 7th for my trip back home. Your Help is very much appreciated. Later!
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Brian

...Keep an eye on this site and get the details.

http://www.wolfetonesofficialsite.com/menu.htm

I dont know if you know that there has been a little "row" in the camp. One guy broke away from the group. Seems that it wasn't nor isn't an easy break so you need to be sure that you are attending the correct faction.....bye for now
stephanie tippets

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 28.09.2004 14:43

Hey Webmaster, and Everyone.

Well here in Riverton, Wyoming last night we had a nasty storm. Lightening for almost two hours! It was pretty, but electricity stayed on. I know it\'s not bad compared to the hurricane areas, but we haven\'t had a storm for a while with rain.

Now at work, just going to work hard all day long. Of course check in to see how Dublin is doing. Need a mini vacation throughout the day.

Take care webmaster, and don\'t clean too many windows, it looks nice today!
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...eheheheh....think your developing a Dublin accent.....
Hope you didnt stay on yer pc when it was storming.

I'm on the roads and side-walks this week - the windows part was just an obligement for me boss for the big match. I'll do the same again for him on St Patricks Day....we wont find that coming along......Slainte.
Seoirse

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 28.09.2004 11:49



Webmaster...Just before the bad weather from our most recent hurricane reached me, I had a great idea....I donned me Gers blue shirt and wore it the whole time....It worked miracles....no damage whatsoever....no outages, nothing....No need to move to Acapulco....Also, I noticed what must be a gross typo in the SPL league table....Perhaps you could contact the Gers owner and have it made right......

  
Webmaster-Comment: .....ehehehehhe...ya wouldnt ahve had the hurricane in the first instance if ya had worn the 'tics jersey......We'll forgive you tho.
Don't think thats a typo.....lol......they are just not getting the right grub into them......their mammies never fed them soda bread.......eheheheheheheheh
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 28.09.2004 08:15

hi webmaste,i did hope for mayo,but the best is yet to come,dublin,of course,i see our friends are getting more storms,can we have some rain,please,not as much,to our friend bert in aussie also, this is a great site, all good friends,here,take care love liz
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....mar a deirtear as gaeilge "tiochfhaidh bhur la". " Beidh bua ag na Bla Cliadh gan ro fhada"......Your day will come (Dublin)....that's what all that means - a bit long-winded I know....Slainte.
brendan butler

Location:
USA - Vermont


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posted: 28.09.2004 02:10

Thanks for the images Ive passed those spots many times and will do so shortly again with my wife and new baby Sean
  
Webmaster-Comment: Thanks brendan. Your comments are appreciated.....Slainte.
Alex

Location:
United States


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posted: 27.09.2004 19:01

Nice site! My site is discount power tools
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 27.09.2004 16:33

Hello...

All\'s well here, just a big rainstorn and winds last night. Power out at home, but on here at the office. Much damage again on the east coast. Hope this is the last one of these storms Florida has to deal with this season. I\'m glad all our correspondents are ok.

Take care.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Ms Pearson.....Hopefully it is near the end of the hurricane weather. It has been a rough time for ya'll. It cannot but get better and lets hope this is shortly. Thanks for keeping us informed......Slan go foill.
Stephanie Tippets

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 27.09.2004 14:29

Good afternoon to Ireland. Good day to everyone else. Patricia I had a great weekend, thank you. I hope you didn\'t get too much rain. Come to Wyoming if it keeps up!

Webmaster, I am sorry your team lost. I hope you still had fun. Keep smiling through this, you have next time. Take care all.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...emmmmm.....my team lost....not true......my team WON.......by a cricket score........Liz's team lost.............they cant all be winners...ehehehehehe
Jorge fka Seoirse

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 27.09.2004 11:44



Webmaster...I, personally, dodged another bullet here in Jacksonville, but so many of my fellow Floridians did not, and my heart hurts for them...

  
Webmaster-Comment: Jorge...it ahs been a trying time for you all.....Florida deserves a break..........good luck.....Slainte.
sam

Location:
United Kingdom


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posted: 27.09.2004 10:42

hi i was looking for some info for my home work. found some on your website thank you
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...thats good news Sam.........I'm pleased about that........byeee
Louise M Russell

Location:
Australia


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posted: 27.09.2004 09:27

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Interesting

  
Webmaster-Comment: Hiya Louise
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 27.09.2004 06:08

hi webmaster; how was ur weekend; who won the all ireland please;ive been busy,was it a good game,thank you;love liz
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....errrrrrr....MY team won........K E R R Y......lol..........there really was only one team in it.....dont know what happened Mayo.......it was a waste of time.........they could have been at home with their feet up...........Next year for the Dubs....