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At 11:31am on November 24, 2009, Mila Braz gave Niall O'Connor a gift
At 17:46 on November 17, 2009, Brian Nolan said…
Just getting switched on here...not up to speed yet...Thanks for invite...Brian
At 17:13 on October 31, 2009, Michael O'Byrne said…
Hi Naill,
Haven't lived in GA forever - spent 1956-57 in Columbus and returned there for 1960-1967. Moved up here from Florida in 2005 so my son could see more of his grandparents (or vice-versa).
The December trip will be to the local Middle School for the "University of Scouting." Probably won't have any pub time, drat!
At 11:43 on October 30, 2009, John Dougherty said…
OIC - Well it's very nice to meet you. I live in Buford and work in Winder. Perhaps we can meet some day for a pint or two! Have a good day.
At 20:18 on October 29, 2009, Diana Boster said…
I am doing fine, hope you are. It's a dreay rainy day here in Missouri, seems much like Frankfurt Germany, where I lived for 13 years. Guess I should be used to this kind of weather. Are you attending college? What brought you to the USA? What do you think of the USA?
At 19:07 on October 29, 2009, Daithi Locha said…
and what are u doin over there?
At 19:07 on October 29, 2009, Daithi Locha said…
what part if clare are u from?
At 1:00 on October 29, 2009, Michael O'Byrne said…
Hello Niall, Thanks for the invite. Y'all pronounce Hoschton the same way as they pronounce Houston in Texas, no? I live up on the northwest portion of Lake Lanier. I should be visiting Hoschton in December for a scouting event. Don't be a stranger.
At 23:50 on October 28, 2009, Diana Boster said…
Thanks for the friendship invite, hope to talk live chat soon!
At 23:10 on October 28, 2009, John Dougherty said…
Welcome Niall,

So you are from Ireland! How in the world did you wind up in Hoschton??

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