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At 14:54 on March 19, 2008, Eszter Janaky said…
Dia dhuit Robert. Go raibh maith agat do cuidigh. Tá sé mo den chéad scoth. Tá sé deacair :-)
Slán, Eszter
At 14:30 on March 19, 2008, Sónia said…
Thanks Robert!
At 1:52 on March 19, 2008, O'Day said…
Did you play any jigs over the holiday, hope you had a good one.
At 22:22 on March 17, 2008, Rodrigo Bitencourt Monteiro said…
Wish you the same, mate!
Go raibh míle maith agat.
Slán agus beannacht.
Cheers!
At 17:18 on March 17, 2008, Tim said…
La Fheile Padraig shona duit. Cad e mar ata tu?
At 15:33 on March 17, 2008, MacDara said…
Beannachtaí na Féile Pádraig ort Robert.

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

MacDara
At 12:14 on March 17, 2008, Peter said…
Happy Lá le Pádraig...
Pete.
At 3:22 on March 17, 2008, HanSolo said…
Been a fan of Gaelic Storm for at least 4 years. They are incredible. Good to see other parts of the country knows about them to. Not only talented but very down to earth. Always meet people after the show.
At 17:17 on March 15, 2008, Denise said…
Robert,
Thank you for your kind words. Tom will be looking down and smiling I know for sure.
Denise
At 2:55 on March 12, 2008, Finnigan said…
Hey Robert,

Glad you had a good time last night. Your right..there is a bunch good people in that chat room. I'm glad you joined us.
Looking forward to chatting again soon .
At 2:35 on March 12, 2008, Finnigan said…
Thanks for Robert..I would love to learn Gaelic but unfortunately, I would have no need for it on a daily basis. I would happy just learning a few key phrases.
At 2:47 on March 10, 2008, O'Day said…
I have a brother that lives in Washington state it's beautiful area, you have some great tunes to listen
to on your website.
At 23:46 on March 8, 2008, Deanna Gomes said…
Thank you so very much dear! You are so kind!
At 4:28 on March 6, 2008, Deanna Gomes said…
Robert...you are a sweet and brilliant soul! Thank you so much for your kind words and your beautiful self you share with us here. I loved reading about you and look forward to our new friendship!
At 3:30 on March 6, 2008, Moni said…
Robert.
Thanks for yoru comments.
I photograph people the most but play with other projects with my friends. I have posted a few fun shots in this link if you want to take a look: http://www.monicaron.com/manitoustreet/index.htm
At 19:36 on March 1, 2008, Susan McDonough said…
Thank you so much for your warm welcome and kind comments, Robert! I feel so fortunate to have stumbled upon this site. I am sure I will have fun meeting new people who have similar interests. I really enjoyed your page. It gives me some ideas on what i can do to personalize mine....Talk to you soon, Susan
At 19:16 on March 1, 2008, Peter said…
Hi Robert. I wish it was an Ovation! It is a cheap copy. It's a Harley Benton from Thomann in Germany. I can't play very well. It's terrible when you think that I have had some sort of guitar for over 30 years. I used play a bit better when I was younger but nothing that I would want anyone to listen to, I would be too embarassed. I can only really have a strum when I feel like it. I like Bob Dylan & Donavan or Johnny Cash. My son 'Marcus' is the musical genius. we used to play Vivaldi to him when he was just a bump! At around 2 he was mad about Sheena Easton's "Modern Girl" & by the age of 3 he was beating his Teddy over the armchair in time to one of The Stranglers tracks. He played piano from around 7 years old & composed a Requiem for the Millenium at 17 years old. He is a classical pianist, composer & arranger, teaches voice & conducts & is also a tenor. He works for a theatre company in England but also works freelance. He also does musicals & arranges his own shows with a collegue who is a choreographer. Many thanks for the reply. Slán. Pete.
At 13:22 on February 27, 2008, Sean said…
- Robert,

Dudley Street in Roxbury, that place is like a war zone now. They actually built the Boston Police Headquarters and Nerve Center there, but it has not helped much. Brighton is nice, its like the new Southie. A lot of Irish coming over live there and they have good pubs. You should get back for a visit sometime. San Diego is so much fun, I know a bunch of people living there, there is a big Irish population there as well.

As far as language you are right, it is alive and kicking. I have taken classes but when you are not hearing or speaking it often, you tend to lose bits and pieces and those pieces make quite a difference. There is significant movement in the Irish government on both sides of the border to expand the language, so it should bounce back. I look forward to expanding my vocabulary through the group. Slan go foil mo cara.
At 2:16 on February 27, 2008, Sean said…
Robert aChara,

Where in Boston are you originally from? I'm born and raised Charlestown, where both sides of my family have been since they came over. It's great you have started the Irish Language thread. It's funny so many say it's a dead language but I am hearing more and more of it all the time. Most people simply have a couple words, but they are using the language more often. Good to meet you Robert and talk to you soon. Slan -Seán
At 16:00 on February 26, 2008, Rodrigo Bitencourt Monteiro said…
Hello, mate. I just posted on the group. Hope you can correct any mistakes and gimme some hints.
Robert, how could I download these songs you have here above? And do you happen to have anything on Éilís Kennedy?
Go raibh maith agat. Slán.

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