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At 13:45 on June 19, 2009, Sharon said…
I think you might like to go to: clancymakembook.com

Great bookl I just finished.
At 0:57 on March 12, 2009, O'Day said…
Frank you should have went to the Cherish the Ladies concert, Joannie
Madden is funny. My friend gave me back my D.V.D., Waking Ned Devine so come over some time and watch it.

Cheers, Matt
At 15:30 on February 12, 2009, Safroni said…
Hello Frank, (a year ago) you commented on my page, the photo is of corse in Ireland, I thought it was wonderful and would love to look out the window myself. I would love to visit your pub sometime as I am from Oklahoma, that is possible.
At 6:39 on July 25, 2008, Caitlyn said…
thank you very much for your kind comment! Now that my computer is back up and running i hope to be able to spend more time on LI !
At 2:45 on July 25, 2008, O'Day said…
Hey Frank I put a couple pictures of my trip on my page.
Later , Matt
At 14:30 on July 23, 2008, Felicia said…
Thanks for the kind words Frank! God knows I need all the support I can get these days; not so easy being home and back to snuff. I feel like something is missing and I am doing to much, so my stress level is a bot toxic right now. I actually am a huge fan of Frank McCourts. I purchased all his books for my daughter Lexi, but have not managed to read them. She, however read three of them in one sitting! I must try to read for fun, as school reading wears me out.
At 1:46 on May 6, 2008, O'Day said…
Hey Frank,
Past the word on to the gang that I have an art reception at the Chappel House this Saturday May 10, 1-5P.M. It's on Washington Street across from Dick Weber Bowling Lanes.

Cheers, Matt
At 21:43 on April 30, 2008, Lisa said…
Thank you for the thanks! I only started it because it was in my own heart to do so. I have enjoyed reading the many poems that have been added. I find great joy in it. All the best to you my friend! Slan
Lisa
At 21:07 on April 30, 2008, Felicia said…
Ah Frank! I agree with you about Dublin. It is the history that captures one in its grasp, but like we know already, the times are vastly changed. To me, since the first time I'd visited to the last, the city was more like the rest of Europe and not like the rest of Ireland. Now seeing this in print makes me laugh as it would seem that that is true of many cities in fact these days, but Dublin is like New York to me and it overloads my senses, save St. Stephen's Green, which I almost cried about when it was time to depart from its solitude. The post office and other buildings where so many fought the good fight holds me in quiet consultation with my sense of hope and dignity, but again, I have issue with the heavily traveled streets and it pushes Dublin to the rear of my ideal stopover. Now mind you, I live in a big enough city with the same kinds of issues and perhaps this is why I am acutely aware and overloaded when there--too muh like home--hahaha.
At 21:58 on April 28, 2008, Felicia said…
SO happy you have read my poem again and loved the feedback--I agree, the young Irish are absorbing a new freedom that does little in terms of respecting the dmall community from whence they came--damned tiger. HAHA. No seriously, it overwhelms me how many new faces form various countries now call Ireland home andas one who has strong familial ties and historical ties to Ireand, I cannot be part of the masses. I thinkchange is good, but like anything, even that of my America, I feel lost when change kills off the gentle little man and woman. I never heard of the St. Patrick reference before now, but I am intrigued.
At 19:10 on April 20, 2008, Walter said…
Hello Frank,

Just a little note to say Hi. Seems like ages since we last conversed.
Do I need to post another poem to get a conversation going?

As always . . . best wishes Walter
At 5:09 on March 30, 2008, O'Day said…
Frank do a Google search Becky Dublin prank phone calls. She's 8
years old, great accent very funny.
At 13:26 on March 22, 2008, Dimitris K. said…
Frank,

I would like to thank you for your suggestion. I feel my.LI like a big family and I trust approximately everyone here, but you don't have to send the book. The book is cheap (it costs only 17 euros in Amazon, and including some taxes, it will cost me 25 Euros (38 $) (One very low price...) ). Furthermore, I want to enjoy it throughout my summer holiday, 'cause I will have nothing else to do then. So, I will buy it in June!

Thanks ,one more time, for the suggestion,
Jim

P.S. Happy Easter!! (I think that 23rd March is Easter for catholics, isn't it? )
At 21:51 on March 20, 2008, Dimitris K. said…
Hey Frank,

Well, buying the book it isn't my primary objective for this season. There is a lot I have to do for the university, so I don't much spare time....
I am planning to buy it on July....(ok, I know it's a bit late...)

Thanks for the interest,
Jim
At 18:28 on March 20, 2008, Annie said…
Hey Pops, I cant find the picture. Who put it up?
At 1:46 on March 19, 2008, O'Day said…
What did you folks do for St. Pat's, thier was a show on
channel 9 the pubs of Dublin.
At 21:34 on March 15, 2008, Joey H said…
Of course! I've been living in St.Louis my whole life. If I'm ever around Washington Ave (that's about a half hour drive for me), I'll be sure to stop by The Dubliner.

The music and people in the chate here are most definitely wonderful, too.
At 5:09 on March 14, 2008, Pat Moore said…
Thanks for the welcome. Getting ready to head off to spring break with my hubby and see grandchildren...and of course a pub to party on St Paddy's Day. Enjoy your happenings also.
At 21:08 on March 13, 2008, Dubh said…
Frank, thank you for your little family-story. I can imagine your great-grandfather was absolutely not happy.
As this forum is concerned: I am "new" here. although I signed up earlier. From the Netherlands, nothing Irish but love the music, been to Dublin and in the county Wicklow, and also love both waters of life: Irish and Scottish, see you, Dubh
At 17:42 on March 13, 2008, Walter said…
Frank,
Happy St. Patrick’s Day . . . I am guessing you are a busy man in preparation for the big day. What a day it should be at The Dubliner. Unfortunately, the nearest Irish pub to me is three and half hours drive away. So, spare a thought (and a pint) for me on Monday and let me know what I missed.
Walter . . .

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