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Name: Bridget
Message:Hi Sarah:
Oh yeah, there were two bits weren't there? I was thinking of the one where the Headmaster said Colm and Orla couldn't go outside after dark.
Dated:Wed Aug 31 15:46:12 2005  

Name: Sarah
Message:Bridget: Hi! Which bit about the school?
Dated:Wed Aug 31 11:40:54 2005  

Name: Bridget
Message:Hi Ursula:
I just read '2 Years of Mayhem' on the Story Board. It was great!
Hi Sarah:
I really liked your bit about the school. It was a really good idea.
Dated:Tue Aug 30 22:12:34 2005  

Name: Sarah
Message:Cora Harrison:I'll try and send a good long piece the next time but probably not today.
Dated:Tue Aug 30 11:16:22 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Sarah: Yes, it does look as if The Haunted School is going to be an exciting story.

I've added your extra bit to your story. It looks as if there is more to come; it would be very helpful to me if you would send me as long a bit as possible the next time as it takes quite a while to update a story. Ideally I would like to get the whole at a time. It doesn't matter how long it is.
Dated:Tue Aug 30 10:52:32 2005  

Name: Sarah
Message:Cora Harrison:I've just added a piece onto the Story Club Story and I think this is going to be a very exiting story. I've also sent you a part to add onto 'The Night of the Full Moon'.
Dated:Tue Aug 30 10:29:05 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Bridget: That was a very good first entry.

Cillian: Yes, it is very difficult to get published. What publishers are looking for is something quite original and different to anything else on the market.
Dated:Mon Aug 29 21:04:02 2005  

Name: Bridget
Message:Hi Cora:
The story's great! I can't wait for somebody else to add on to it!
Dated:Mon Aug 29 20:25:24 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:I've just put the new story on the Storyline Board.
Brittany: I am just going to deal with your story.
Dated:Mon Aug 29 19:24:03 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Lots of messages!

I thought the ones about the different places you live in were very interesting. It is almost like a geography lesson. If you look at an atlas or a globe and see the lines of longitude you will see why the times are different. Ireland has the same clock time as England (Greenwich in London), however my sun dial shows quite a different time and when I was young places in Kerry used to keep Irish time.
Dated:Mon Aug 29 19:14:43 2005  

Name: Sarah
Message:Bridget:Yeah, almost twenty to seven now.
Dated:Mon Aug 29 18:33:18 2005  

Name: Brittany
Message:thanks cillian i liked the way you ended the story club story
Dated:Mon Aug 29 18:34:07 2005  

Name: Bridget
Message:Hi Sarah:
Yeah, it was 11:00. I just looked at a time zones map for school and saw that Ireland is about seven hours ahead of Idaho. So now it's about 6:30 over there, right?
Dated:Mon Aug 29 18:29:20 2005  

Name: Sarah
Message:Bridget: Hi! Wasn't it like 11p.m over there when you sent your last message?
Dated:Mon Aug 29 18:25:45 2005  

Name: Sarah
Message:Bridget: Hi! Wasn't it like 11p.m over there when you sent your last message?
Dated:Mon Aug 29 18:25:21 2005  

Name: Bridget
Message:Hi Claire:
I'm not sure when my ancestors came over. I don't even know when they were in Ireland. But I think they moved to England and then to America.
Hi Sarah:
Your story ideas were great! Especially the part about America! If Cora doesn't use them as a story, you could always put them on the Story Board.
Dated:Mon Aug 29 17:59:23 2005  

Name: Sarah
Message:Is anyone there?
Dated:Mon Aug 29 16:49:41 2005  

Name: Sarah
Message:Cora Harrison: Hello Cora! If you don't already have an idea for the next story slub story, I have an idea:
There are twins (a boy and a girl) from America on their way to see their Irish cousins. But the plane that they are on crashes and both of their parents are two of the few people who are killed. The plane has crashed on an unknown island and all the people on the plane are stranded. They have to live without electricity like the people many years before them or:
There are again twins (a boy and a girl) from America on their way to meet their cousin at Drumshee.
Dated:Mon Aug 29 14:30:01 2005  

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Dated:Mon Aug 29 13:11:57 2005  

Name: Sarah
Message:Bridget:Believe it or not I was thinking of asking you if you had Irish ancestors.
Cillian:It IS VERY STRANGE how Dougie suddenly left when you said there is a 'Dougie' in McFly!!!
Dated:Mon Aug 29 12:48:46 2005  

Name: Claire
Message:Cora: A shop told me that the two new books Doomed to Die and A life for a life will be in soon. I can't wait. I'm going to buy the two of them.

Bridget: What part of Ireland did your ancestors come from and when did they go to USA?

Dated:Mon Aug 29 09:21:55 2005  

Name: Bridget
Message:Hi Cillian:
No, there is not a Claremorris in Idaho. But we do have places like it.
Hi Sarah:
Believe it or not, if I could go anywhere, my first choice would be Ireland. My ancestors were Irish, so I have always wanted to go there to find out about them. And being on this website has helped shape my opinion a lot!
My mom has been to Ireland, and she's always telling me how green everything is, and how everything's so perfect there.
Dated:Mon Aug 29 00:23:22 2005  

Name: SARAH
Message:IS ANYONE THERE?
Dated:Sun Aug 28 21:12:12 2005  

Name: Cillian
Message:Sarah: What happened Dougie, he went when I said there was a Dougie in McFly, coincidence, hahaha!!
Dated:Sun Aug 28 18:57:09 2005  

Name: Cillian
Message:Brittany: That was a nice prolouge
Dated:Sun Aug 28 18:56:01 2005  

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