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Old 02-10-2009, 04:04 PM   #1
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Thanks for all the advice on the propane leak issue. Yes, I did fix them my self and no more leaks. I took the fittings apart; resealed and then back together again.
I suppose you can use my name in NM if you get stopped but the Rookie Troopers won't know me, I've been retired since 2000. Still have some old farts who are friends but their now behind a desk somewhere...anyway glad to meet you all. Mike Gibson
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Old 02-10-2009, 05:17 PM   #2
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Hey Sgt Gibson,

Wife works up in the Chief's office, replaced Ilene Rios, in Traffic Safety Grants. I'll have her get the word out on you . Which District did you retire out of?
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Old 02-10-2009, 05:19 PM   #3
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Sgtgibson,
I used to live in Roswell '89-'96 and only met one trooper. He was a real nice guy, but can't remember his name. We were at the Roswell gun club and he spoke of Bill Jordan and Skeeter Skelton whom he had met. He was interesting to talk to.
Glad you got your gas leak taken care of. I figure I must have one too as I went through a tank in record time for me.
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Old 02-10-2009, 09:15 PM   #4
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Wife works up in the Chief's office, replaced Ilene Rios, in Traffic Safety Grants. I'll have her get the word out on you . Which District did you retire out of?
Moto, A man has it made when the television and the wife both work!!! Book2
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by motojavaphil:
Hey Sgt Gibson,

Wife works up in the Chief's office, replaced Ilene Rios, in Traffic Safety Grants. I'll have her get the word out on you . Which District did you retire out of?
Moto, A man has it made when the television and the wife both work!!! Book2 </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

Hey B2,
Shopping for a wife is important and you have to be careful. Cooking and kitchen work are important . The laundry needs to be done just so and I need to be supported in a manner I have become accustomed to .
Mike,
Are you still with us?
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This might be interesting..... Book2
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Hey B2,
Shopping for a wife is important and you have to be careful. Cooking and kitchen work are important . The laundry needs to be done just so and I need to be supported in a manner I have become accustomed to .

Moto, is that why you got rid of the Excel? Did the little woman come with the Beaver? I like the obedience schedule you have set up. Iíd be willing to talk to you about this in more detail a PM is on the way..... Book2
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by motojavaphil:



Hey B2,
Shopping for a wife is important and you have to be careful. Cooking and kitchen work are important . The laundry needs to be done just so and I need to be supported in a manner I have become accustomed to .

Moto, is that why you got rid of the Excel? Did the little woman come with the Beaver? I like the obedience schedule you have set up. Iíd be willing to talk to you about this in more detail a PM is on the way..... Book2 </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

If she reads this stuff I am in big trouble but have to posture once in a while and beat the chest. . Always wanted a MoHo. Finally got it. Will eventually go back to Excel I imagine but living in a Beaver is nice!
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Wife works up in the Chief's office, replaced Ilene Rios, in Traffic Safety Grants. I'll have her get the word out on you . Which District did you retire out of?
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Small world.....my lovely bride worked in Grants in the CCA Women's prison from like 91-'95 when we got married! What a he** hole that town was. Interesting job she had...hard to beat her stories after work!
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Small world.....my lovely bride worked in Grants in the CCA Women's prison from like 91-'95 when we got married! What a he** hole that town was. Interesting job she had...hard to <span class="ev_code_RED">beat</span> her stories after work!
No wonder you like Mama's crop!!!!!!
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You guys are really being bad. MM finds us this far off topic there will be , well you know.
Poor Mike Gibson comes in here thanking us for good info and here we are corrupting his thread and perhaps even him .
Rockin, you are definitely right about it being a small world. When did your wife leave there? I have a friend, nurse, who works there for about two years now.
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You guys are really being bad. MM finds us this far off topic there will be , well you know.
Poor Mike Gibson comes in here thanking us for good info and here we are corrupting his thread and perhaps even him .
Rockin, you are definitely right about it being a small world. When did your wife leave there? I have a friend, nurse, who works there for about two years now.
Moto, I like nurses....she got a moho??? Book2
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