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Jimmy Patterson

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Re: Excise Street, Grosvenor Road.
« Reply #13980 on: January 06, 2020, 06:57:58 AM »
Does anyone know anything about a school called buchpark or buchfask.

Jimmy Patterson

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« Reply #13981 on: January 06, 2020, 07:20:44 AM »
Just found out its a Sunday school.i think around the crumlin road.

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« Reply #13982 on: January 06, 2020, 01:42:24 PM »
Never heard of it Jimmy. But Buckfast is very popular in some parts of Belfast and beyond.

Jimmy Patterson

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« Reply #13983 on: January 06, 2020, 07:55:45 PM »
Peter it's just a wee bible pat has and it was given to her uncle willie in 1914 and it's hard th make the name out clearly.

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« Reply #13984 on: January 08, 2020, 09:57:27 AM »
Glad you got it sorted. Nice to hold on to family heirlooms

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« Reply #13985 on: January 14, 2020, 10:55:40 PM »
Aw.  I wish you hadn’t been snapped up so quickly, Jimmy

I reserved a new dog for myself today.  I had to drive all the way to Moira on my own using Google Maps.  When I arrived at the place I felt like a big girl and I’m still only 21.  I went up onTuesday to see the dog, had a home check on Thursday and had to go back again today.  I will have to go again to collect her sometime next week.  She has to be spayed and kept for a couple of days.

She’s a black four year old cocker spaniel and she is completely traumatised.  She is from a puppy farm and has been bred from.  When she arrived at the shelter she just stared at walls, but now she bothers with the other dogs BUT NOT PEOPLE.  She won’t walk at all on the lead.  She just won’t budge.  She has never been socialised with people.  I had my dogs out the first time I went and her tail wagged, but with me nothing.
   
Well I’m an animal lover and I’m 100% against any form of animal cruelty and I was looking for a black female cocker from an animal shelter.  People think you do it to save money but believe me you do it to see the dog change into a happy confident relaxed dog which is what she should be in the first place.

It is ridiculous the price of dogs now.  I saw a french bulldog on Gumtree for £3000 because his coat was lilac.  Mind you I spent a good part of that trying to buy Bronte more time although I knew it couldn’t  save her.  I would have liked a younger dog but beggars can’t be choosers. 

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brisamar

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« Reply #13986 on: January 19, 2020, 08:52:01 AM »
Hello Freda, hope your cocker spaniel has settled in well in her new home after such a traumatic start in life when she was younger. I’m sure she’ll get used to the Ballymena accents in time. Good news as well for the east coast of Australia. The long awaited rain arrived but unfortunately there was too much in some places. Looks like our Jimmy and his family has been fortunate which is good news for us all.

Jimmy Patterson

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« Reply #13987 on: January 20, 2020, 06:54:11 AM »
Just had the worst hailstorm I have ever seen.the noise was unbelievable. It felt like the roof was going to come in.

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« Reply #13988 on: January 20, 2020, 06:57:55 PM »
Aussies are getting tough at the minute. Fires, floods and now large hailstones. Hope the weather improves soon.

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« Reply #13989 on: January 20, 2020, 07:32:53 PM »
Hello boys. 

Dawson, I’m not keen only your new name.  I liked it better when you were called Dawson.  Why did you change?   

Fallon is well settled now.  Happy as Larry with other dogs and queues up for a kiss from me BUT she doesn’t give me any.  She’s still a little timid and is a quiet natured dog.  She’s a beaut.  Greta, my other puppy farm dog is a thug.  She’s exactly the way I like her.  She’s cocky, mischievous and would be swinging off the chandeliers given half a chance.  They are all good friends.

Lots of weather changes in Oz, Jimmy.  I saw your photographs of the beautiful birds.  Lots of posts about the plight of the koalas.  So sad that so many animals have lost their live

JJ I have just read the post I put on when I reserved Fallon.  I had forgotten how traumatised she was.  Well she’s nothing like that now.  She’s certainly happy, she eats and sleeps well, loves her treats and loves walks.  She’s a gentle quiet natured dog.  I brought her to meet her sister who was also on the puppy farm.  They were both so tense.  Fallon relaxed when she came home.  A friend told me she probably thought she was going back.but she certainly wasn’t

Jimmy Patterson

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« Reply #13990 on: January 20, 2020, 08:45:37 PM »
Freda Dawson's probably changed his name to avoid some woman's husband.lol. Yesterday was shocking our shire was the worst hit along with Canberra.my daughter and grand daughters were so scared they came up to be with me. I didn't let them know I was a little bit scared as well.trees are down and lots of windscreens smashed power of in a few places.

Freda Astaire

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« Reply #13991 on: January 21, 2020, 12:23:49 AM »
Ha ha.   :D   You could be right Jimmy.  Dawson’s deep.  He never gives us the information we need. 

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« Reply #13992 on: January 21, 2020, 09:50:17 AM »
Hello boys. 

Dawson, I’m not keen only your new name.  I liked it better when you were called Dawson.  Why did you change?   

Fallon is well settled now.  Happy as Larry with other dogs and queues up for a kiss from me BUT she doesn’t give me any.  She’s still a little timid and is a quiet natured dog.  She’s a beaut.  Greta, my other puppy farm dog is a thug.  She’s exactly the way I like her.  She’s cocky, mischievous and would be swinging off the chandeliers given half a chance.  They are all good friends.

Lots of weather changes in Oz, Jimmy.  I saw your photographs of the beautiful birds.  Lots of posts about the plight of the koalas.  So sad that so many animals have lost their live

JJ I have just read the post I put on when I reserved Fallon.  I had forgotten how traumatised she was.  Well she’s nothing like that now.  She’s certainly happy, she eats and sleeps well, loves her treats and loves walks.  She’s a gentle quiet natured dog.  I brought her to meet her sister who was also on the puppy farm.  They were both so tense.  Fallon relaxed when she came home.  A friend told me she probably thought she was going back.but she certainly wasn’t
I was unable to log on. I handle to give myself a new name to get back on this site. Something to do with Admin. Glad to see that the new addition to the family is starting to settle in.

Jimmy Patterson

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« Reply #13993 on: January 21, 2020, 10:28:27 AM »
Do we believe him Freda.

James James

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« Reply #13994 on: January 21, 2020, 03:49:36 PM »
Do we believe him Freda.
He might have just slightly mistyped his original user name or password, and hadn't noticed the minor error.

Perhaps something more important just temporarily distracted him. !

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Perhaps what you and Freda really need to do, is to get a legal opinion and ruling on the matter. !

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