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Re: New Member Maureen K Clifford

Post by warooa » Wed Nov 10, 2010 5:21 am

As Manuel said to Basil . . . K?

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Re: New Member Maureen K Clifford

Post by Maureen K Clifford » Wed Nov 10, 2010 11:44 am

My next door neighbours dog is called Basil, and he is a barker - and you often hear me in my hi falutin voice outside saying ''Basil, Basil - that will do - we'll have none of that."

I give myself a good giggle

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Re: New Member Maureen K Clifford

Post by Zondrae » Wed Nov 10, 2010 12:02 pm

OK listen to this one.

A mate of my husbad called his two dogs Virgil and Buck. When calling them he always called Buck first with an 'and' in the middle.
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Re: New Member Maureen K Clifford

Post by Neville Briggs » Wed Nov 10, 2010 2:21 pm

And then Maureen does Basil then go and hit himself on the head while berating himself for being bad.

I don't get it Zondrae .. :o



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Re: New Member Maureen K Clifford

Post by Maureen K Clifford » Wed Nov 10, 2010 4:18 pm

No Neville - Basil is not bad he is a good boy and is learning not to bark at everything that moves, mainly because I pull him up on it. Sadly his parents don't teach him anything and he is an outdoor dog and just lonely - only a pup still. But the girls talk to him and run up and down the fence and I give him as many pats as I can over the fence. He is a dear little bloke...

Those techos are totally correct Marty - the computer knows what it knows - it is just not happy to share what it knows with those who don't know - if you know what I mean - but Google is my friend - it hasn't beaten me yet.

Have put together my first slideshow complete with music and I am rather chuffed with it - now if I can work out how to compress it to a workable size I am in business. It started off as 50.9 mb have now got it to 2.11 kb but whilst I can open that small one from here - when I send it as an email it can;t be opened??? Maybe they don't want to see it

Feel free to jump in with ideas folks - it is the Windows 7 programme I am working with. Any help appreciated.

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Re: New Member Maureen K Clifford

Post by Zondrae » Wed Nov 10, 2010 7:07 pm

G'day Maureen,

The clip you sent me to look at (a couple of them) look and sound very professional. I intend to have my grandson give me some computer lessons during the Christmas Holidays. (He is almost 11) We are a MAC family and I know there is an app that allows me to record and then trasfere it to disc. Just have to find out how to do it.

I have asked my number 2 (in age not merit) son in law to write me some original music to use. I don't want any copyright problems and he does play the guitar rather well. So sometime in the future I will be able to make a CD of some my poetry.
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