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  • klar
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    LOL Hey I saw that beating on a lady. You know that in todays society that you can be brought up on charges of assualt and battery. LOL

    Klar

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  • kateykakes
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    Originally posted by SGT Dave:
    Kate's just a damn yankee-need I say more?
    What if I told you I was born in a Southern state, would that count? Nahhhhhhh, wouldn't matter. I'm still a yankee! Wouldn't want it any other way!

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  • gazza
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    OKKKKKKKKKKK KATEYYYYYYYYYY AND PIPERRRRRRR
    ITS SLAP TIME..SLAP SLAP SLAP SLAP, DAMN THAT FELT GOOD HE HE HA HA

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  • Piper
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    Originally posted by SGT Dave:
    *siiiiiigggggghhhhhh*
    Just humor her folks...
    Thinks of something she'd really like to post, says something else instead...

    You know, I hear them Crown Vics are getting more horsepower next year.

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  • SGT Dave
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    *siiiiiigggggghhhhhh*
    Just humor her folks...

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  • Piper
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    Originally posted by Stone:
    I still got no idea what they are talking about... (OK, I have an idea, but I still think they are nuts!)
    And what is YOUR idea Stone?

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  • Piper
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    Originally posted by SGT Dave:
    Posted by Piper:


    That's so cute...

    I'm not making fun of her mind you...I just admire her sense of "belonging."

    See, in the longer "In Patient" treatment programs, they often let them work around the facility, doing menial little tasks and helping with paperwork and so forth-nothing serious or important, but just mundane little tasks in the name of therapy, just to give them that sense of belonging and to let them begin to feel the burden of minor responsibilities again, so that they are more apt to become viable members of society when they reenter mainstream society.

    ("Mainstream Kentucky" Is that an oxymoron, you ask? I don't know...I'll get back to you on that... )

    Hmmmm...that's real funny since I work in Out Patient!!!!

    LOL...and I'll never be "Mainstream Kentucky" since I'm not even from here...but that's a different thread altogether.

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  • Stone
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    So Sgt Dave, am I yankee enough for ye?


    I still got no idea what they are talking about... (OK, I have an idea, but I still think they are nuts!)

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  • SGT Dave
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    Posted by Piper:
    Yes folks...it't true...I work at a rehab!!!!!
    That's so cute...

    I'm not making fun of her mind you...I just admire her sense of "belonging."

    See, in the longer "In Patient" treatment programs, they often let them work around the facility, doing menial little tasks and helping with paperwork and so forth-nothing serious or important, but just mundane little tasks in the name of therapy, just to give them that sense of belonging and to let them begin to feel the burden of minor responsibilities again, so that they are more apt to become viable members of society when they reenter mainstream society.

    ("Mainstream Kentucky" Is that an oxymoron, you ask? I don't know...I'll get back to you on that... )

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  • Steve in PA
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    Originally posted by Don:


    Steve I think you must be right! They're both in heat. . .
    Yeah buddy!!!!!!

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  • Piper
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    Originally posted by SGT Dave:
    SGT Dave knows all>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    Piper is in a rehab (I swear this is truth-no jokes-I'll promise on my mod job that you can find Piper at a rehab tomorrow... )

    Yes folks...it't true...I work at a rehab!!!!!

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  • klar
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    LOL I would take you to North carolina joe but you will have to make it as far as memphis and be willing to travel back to kentucky with a van load of kids. LOL

    Sgt Dave I am glad that I am not considered a yankee since I grew up on a farm. I never knew that experiance with all kinds of four legged animals would be such a benefit to me, lol. Does this mean that you own a pair of velcro lined gloves tooo? LOL

    Klar

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  • Joseph
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    North Carolina is a nice place to go. Good Luck. Come pick me up

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  • SGT Dave
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    klar-you miss out on being a Yankee in these parts by growing up on a farm... Iowa is not "Yankee" to me anyway.

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  • klar
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    LOL Well as I am a derned yankee too and I have no freaking Ideal what they are yammering about I can safely say it is just not a yankee thing LOL

    Klar

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