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elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 22.09.2004 02:12

hi webmaster,any chance of some of ur rain,its another lovely day in queensland,how have u been doing,wish our frinds with thoes storms all the best,i still love dublin i cant stand the cold,bye for now love liz
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Ms Connolly....its on its way....guaranteed....eheheheheh
andrzej

Location:
Poland


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posted: 22.09.2004 01:30

dublin I miss you
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....ah....you'll be fine....Slainte
paul brady





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posted: 21.09.2004 22:32

hello there from co cavan hope is alls well
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....Hi Paul....how are all the Cavan Brady's.....slainte
BOBMUGU

Location:
USA - Alaska


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posted: 21.09.2004 21:31

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...oiiiiiiiiiiiiii
Seoirse aka wiremaster

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 21.09.2004 17:35



Webmaster...I\'ve been without me landline since last Friday, so I had to joog some wires about.......temporary solution only......hope to be back to normal soon....phone company says tomorrow night by 7.....at least I didn\'t have to hear the singin\'......hehehehehehe.......Hope all is well with all.....

  
Webmaster-Comment: ......told ya about the WiFi.......ya could have been back in no time.....lol..........oh that signing......just doing a bit of serenading here.......trying to lift the spirit....lorl......Slainte.
Mirek

Location:
Poland


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posted: 21.09.2004 16:39

Greatings from Poland
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Mirek....you are very welcome...
Stephanie Tippets

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 21.09.2004 14:14

The mountains around us did receive snow. We do not have it yet. They say today, but I don\'t know if it will come. I will keep everyone informed when it does come. By the way is fall coming to Ireland, Webmaster? Have a great day!!!
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....thank you. Fall - we call it Autumn - has arrived. A lot cooler. Of course we are now getting the tail ends of the US hurricanes. So we got plenty of wind and some blustery showers but also some brightness and Sunshine. It is cool tho. So when ya'll are coming bring your umbrellas and some woolens and forget about showing yer belly-buttons....ehehehehehehheeh
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 21.09.2004 13:54

Hey, Peadar!

How are you doing in Illinois? I lived out there for 5 years, midwesterners are really nice people, the salt of the earth, but there are too many cornfields to suit me. I like a view with a little more variety.

Thanks for the translation. I don’t think native Irish speakers know how difficult a language it is. Even with an Irish/English dictionary, I couldn’t get anywhere near making sense of it, so I went off on a tangent and made up the Confucius part...just joshing you Irish speakers. Too much time on my hands, but a litle relief from the hurricane news. And if Confucius didn’t say that, he should have.

Glad to see WebMaster is back.

Vaya con Dios.

Pat
webmaster

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 21.09.2004 09:21

Seoirse - ca bhfhuil tu? I hope all is back to normal for you now. My friend in Pensacola was without electricity etc for 4 days. Now back in Boston. Talk soon
Peadar

Location:
USA - Illinois


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posted: 21.09.2004 04:38

Hey Patrica!!!!



Sorry luv yer way out in left field.

The translation means

\"theres no home like my home\"

Anybody who\'s Irish can relate.



And as a side note...........

Nice to the Bears kicked the snot out of the Packers....AND

Europe beat the snot out the U.S. in the Ryder Cup...



\"You\'ll never beat the Irish\"





  
Webmaster-Comment: ....OK....your right too. Course you use the Irish ver of your name so I guess you got the "blas".

On "You'll never beat the Irish".....mostly right......but we do a good job on "beating ourselves"....eheheheheh
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 20.09.2004 14:44

Well, It was a nice weekend here in Wyoming. The wind blew a lot, but we are still here. Hope all is well with the Webmaster and others today since it is a Monday. In Wyoming tonight we are expecting rain and snow. Then it is to be in the 70\'s the rest of the week, so I will keep you inform if we do get our little white snowflake friends. =) Have a great day!!!!
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...Hi Steph....the burning question.....did the snow arrive ?? Hope you took a pic......Enjoy your week....Slainte
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 20.09.2004 12:44

Hello, WebMaster...

Hope you had a nice weekend.

It’s a relief to start a week here without having to worry about a hurricane. Ivan made his presence known all over the east U.S., North Carolina mountains and West Virginia each have more than 100 roads out, Ohio River 10 feet above flood level yesterday, Gary in Scranton PA having to keep his basement from flooding. Scranton is 1000 miles away from the Gulf Coast where Ivan made landfall. Don’t remember a hurricane that had such widespread effects. You report a few tornados in Ireland, and Steph is getting snow in Wyoming in mid-September. Looks like the scientists might be right and the world’s weather is changing.

CAM3 is looking unusually clear and colorful this morning. I see that big sign that covered the upper floors over the Not to Worry store is gone. Big improvement. Dublin’s architecture holds a lot of its charm, why cover it up? Should be against regulations. Have a good day.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Ms Pearson.....weekend went fine.....just a lazy one. World weather is surely changing and we are experiencing habitat changes as well. Rare birds becoming natives and tropical fish coming to stay. And some of the fish are deadly.....teeth like rats and not afraid of humans. We need to do some adjustments somewhere.

That type of advertising - light fabric - is against the law and I'm surprised it lasted that long. On that cam I'm afraid that it has a defect. That prticular type of cam is the same as Cam 4 and a discontinued line. I could only find two on Ebay - one s/h and one new one. It looks like someone attempted a clean up job on the s/h one and used some liquid which has coated the lense and cannot be removed.. Going to look for a few more cams to replace the worn-out ones anyway - the boss is saving.
Bye for now....Slainte.
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 18.09.2004 19:02

WebMaster...

I see you wrote a snippet in Irish to Peadar, and I am always curious as to what you’re saying when you do that, so acquired a $6.95 Irish-English dictionary, and I’ll translate.

You said “nil aon toin tinn na do thon tinn fein.” Using my dictionary it goes like this:

nil=am not, are not, is not

aon=one, one, any

toin=not in this dictionary, so I’ll assume you made a typographical error and meant the nearest word I could find, “toitin”=cigarette

tinn=sick

na=do not, then

do=burn, to him, for him, two

thon=backside, derrierre, sit-upon (a refined dictionary, it does not use “arse”)

tinn=sick

fein=even, self

(I\'ll finish below)
  
Webmaster-Comment: Ms Pearson.......you ahve made a terrific shot at this one......it is, of course, a play on the wise saying "nil aon tintean mar do thintean fein"....meaning there is no fireplace like your own fireplace......again meanin Home Sweet Home.....what I wrote is a play on that.....
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 18.09.2004 18:58



Now, the above does not run smoothly in English, so we must intuit a little bit, and I’m sure that it is an Irish translation of the ancient Chinese proverb, “Confucius say, ‘One shouldn’t put a burning cigarette in the back pocket of one’s jeans’” which includes, understood but not spoken, the opposite, “One SHOULD put a burning cigarette in the back pocket of SOMEONE ELSE’S jeans”.

This is a wise old saying, and I am glad to know how to say it in Irish. Thank you, WebMaster.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...ehehehehhe....a burning butt is a sore butt.....lorl
zeiad

Location:
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya


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posted: 18.09.2004 18:06

I like shoue the cam live london or erlanda
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...thank you...thank you
Peadar

Location:
USA - Illinois


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posted: 18.09.2004 14:04

HaHa you are sooooo right!!!!



I bought the t-shirt in carrolls about two years ago.

Thanks for the info on the tickets.....if Dublin was in it I get me oul fella to scalp them...but since the great games between Dublin and kerry have gone he says thet are all amuters!!!!HaHa
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...how right he is Peadar.....the amateur status is beginning to slip a wee bit tho....Slainte.
gary duncan

Location:
USA - Pennsylvania


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posted: 18.09.2004 13:48

Hiya Webbie:Just looked in on cam 4 & Dub looks beautiful today. The sun is soooo nice. We have had 8 inches of rain from Huricane (now tropical storm) Ivan & I have my pump going to keep the basement dry. I\'ve been up since 4 am at it. Parts of Scranton have been evacuated since the alarms went off. I would gladly give a finger without anesthesia for a dry spell. Am glad alls well in Dublin, you\'re my momentary brake from this flood related tension. Take care my friend, even in a flood, this site brings relief. God Bless, and I hope yours is a better Saturday than mine is here in good ole\' Scranton, Pa.

slan....gary
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...not good Gary. Hopefully all is returning to normal...Good luck.
godfrey,bwesigye,jeff

Location:
Uganda


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posted: 18.09.2004 11:57

this is a lovely site, please keep it up,

with love from Kampala,Uganda.

so long barbara.

u r spot on..

jeff
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....thank you. And so very nice to hear from Uganda.......Buiochas....Slainte
stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 17.09.2004 14:35

Everyone have a great weekend. Suppose to snow here on Monday and Tuesday. I guess the weather is all messed up. Take care down in Florida.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...thanks Steph....Snow...you cant be serious.....hope it's not severe...better still hope it doesnt happen.....Slainte.....and you also enjoy your weekend.
Seoirse aka ranger

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 17.09.2004 14:28



I fear the webmaster is working too hard and has had little time to keep up with his Guestbook postings. I feel he does read our postings and keeps up with our news.



  
Webmaster-Comment: ....Seoirse....thanks for the support........I'm just growing older....lol......and if there is anyone out there not in the same club please let us know cuz we'd love to know.....lol....Slainte
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 17.09.2004 13:36

I think WebMaster is out near Croke Park scalping tickets to the Mayo-Kerry game. If he doesn\'t get kidnapped again by the Cork boys, he\'ll surely be back soon.

Great to-do here. A tornado spawned by Hurricane Ivan touched down yesterday for a mile long swipe along the county line. I live about a mile from that line. No one was hurt, it was in a rural area with few buildings. Article in the newspaper this morning about building a hurricane/tornado safe room. Sounds like a good idea.

WebMaster, I hope your income-supplementing ticket sales go well. Unload them quickly and get back to us. We miss you.

Pat

  
Webmaster-Comment: Ms Pearson......doin me best......boss on me back....clearing this and that out...moving this and that....he thinks I have 40 hands.....ehehehehehhe.

We are beginning to experience the occasional tornado which is new to us....havent encountered one yet but don't want to either. Have seen them on the telly.
Dont think anything could be safe in a tornado although I assume one can take precautions like living underground. You would ideally need a reinforced basement for each dwelling in a yard.......na I aint got this one right. Where the heck is Dick when ya want something really important planned..........maybe when he gets back from the shoot he'll give us a comment or come up with a blue-print.....

Tickets are all sold....not a one......watch O'Sheas for this event......cuz I guess a lot of ppl will watch the game in there.....and you'll know each score.......maybe we could get an enterprising person to set a scoreboard at the side of the front entrance.........why didnt I think of this before now.....lol....Slainte.
Brian Gomes

Location:
Canada - Quebec


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posted: 17.09.2004 00:43

Ay Webmaster? getting worried about you. Taking 2 days to reply to our inquiries. Sometimes we got your input instantly! Hope all is fine? Will be in Dubs Jan 2nd/2005!
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...Brian...blame the boss.....thinks it's Spring and has me cleaning and clearing up..........I wish he'd go mountaineering to Everest......Slainte.
dpauna@pironet-ndh.com

Location:
USA - Colorado


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posted: 16.09.2004 19:27

nice page
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...thank you kindly....
Steph

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 16.09.2004 14:34

I feel like I am invading, but it is nice to connect to the world. Hi everyone from out West in the Wonderful State of Wyoming. Not too many of us around I think, but Howdy to all and have a wonderful day. For those down south in the states, may you have a good day also. Hi Webmaster!
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...Hi to you Steph.......welcome to our lil world......Slainte.
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 16.09.2004 14:20

Good Morning, World!

I\'m thankful to be able to say that the Tallahassee area was spared the worst of the ravages of Ivan, although we are still under a tornado watch for about another hour. I haven\'t even lost my power. it was terrible for Alabama, and still is rough inland, but New Orleans wasn\'t too badly hit either, so we will still be able to enjoy that beautiful and historic city. Wisely, 200 million people evacuated, keeping Ivan\'s death toll as low as possible, I think. God bless and help all who are still feeling the wrath of that storm, and the rest of us should be counting our blessings.

Bye, and all take care.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...Thank you Ms Pearson......Someone is praying for us all and doing a good job. Long may this continue.....hopefully the hurricane will fade away shortly......Slainte