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Old 11-13-2012, 09:55 AM   #29
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Well, ya'll can say how much ya'll miss CJ, but I cannot say that. Heck, I can't get rid of him, hee hee! He has me in his email list and I think my address is super-glued to his address book. I have several other stories and poems he sent, but you can read them on his blog, or "the other forum."

In 2010 I went to the Freightliner 3 day seminar. CJ only lives about 60 or so miles from there. I met him half way somewhere and we spent a couple days together.

Willa is so nice. She has to be to put up with CJ. Actually they are both very nice. CJ is just as interesting a story teller in person as he is in his writings and he can go on, and on, and on, and on, and on....you get my point.

Isn't it nice that you can say things about someone and they do not have the ability to respond. Oops! Bet I get an email.

I really miss him on the forum also. Now the do-goods may push the abuse button on me. Hope not.
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Not to brag, but I served in the Air Force 1957-1965..the experience was great..it prepared me for the job I kept for 36 yrs...Safety Man in the Nuclear Weapons Factory...loved it...Thanks to all Vets...I like to think that I helped to keep Russia at bay....
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Old 11-20-2012, 09:54 PM   #32
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Thanks Wayne. And thanks SeaJay.

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I searched the internet and found his blog, dated the end of Oct 2012....he's out there TRAVLE WITH WILLA AND ME

Thanks for the link to his blog. Laughing my butt off over his fishing story.
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Old 12-04-2012, 08:24 PM   #34
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Just another X Jarhead, 59-63, Learned alot, not much useful in civilian life execept show up on time, say Sir, cut hair, have decent shoes and cothes, ack respectable, worked for me, had same business for 40+ years doing my hobby and making a fine living. Life is good, just follow the rules.
Now 71, have a very fine Foretravel MH with the Cummins ISM500, not saving anything for the wifes next buffalo, she will have plenty spending money unless her next buffalo starts spending it.
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Old 12-04-2012, 08:35 PM   #35
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Dave, there is no such thing as an X Marine, Once, Always.

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Got DW trained... She corrects people before I do now. "Former Marine. There is no such thing as an ex-Marine". She knows because she lives with it everyday.
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Old 12-09-2012, 08:36 AM   #38
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Got DW trained... She corrects people before I do now. "Former Marine. There is no such thing as an ex-Marine". She knows because she lives with it everyday.
TAZ, I don't have a problem with my wife. She is a Marine.

You need to retrain your wife. Once a Marine, Always a Marine. No former, ex, etc. you are a Marine.

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The beginning of the end for this great country I feel was when they droped the Drafting of young able folks, now we have a country full of mommy's children who do not listen, never learned to shut up, sit down and pay attention, also act and dress respectable. Seems a large percentage have found welfare, unemployement, phony disability as the ticket for success.
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the beginning of the end for this great country i feel was when they droped the drafting of young able folks, now we have a country full of mommy's children who do not listen, never learned to shut up, sit down and pay attention, also act and dress respectable. Seems a large percentage have found welfare, unemployement, phony disability as the ticket for success.
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Talk about a funny, a few days ago I met a retired Marine, enlisted, who did a stint as a jr DI at PI, 0311, name of Gillette, ring any bells?
Sure had a most interesting & enjoyable BS session, he got screwed up/hurt in Nam.

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