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    yeah -think Donna is out of jail and off her/his meds. Proably butt hurt from being the wardens special "fireboy"
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    Quote Originally Posted by EastKyFF View Post
    That's probably the most illogical thing you have said out of all the illogical things you have said.
    Not my fault you don't know how to read. Every post I have made referring to another poster I have capitalized YOU. All other cases have been a general "you". Learn internet language.

    Quote Originally Posted by EastKyFF View Post
    Indulge me and read this. http://www.r-word.org/ See what people think about "retard" and "retarded".
    I don't care what others think about the word. I called it as I saw it.

    Quote Originally Posted by EastKyFF View Post
    How ironic. I was just about to tell you the same thing.
    I would be glad to stop posting the same thing over and over if you (that is the general you, not YOU) would learn to read post and stop asking the same thing over and over.

    Quote Originally Posted by Miller337 View Post
    Kenny you have P.O.ed K-Fried that in itself is a remarkable achievement but you didn't stop there, you have FyredUp and LAFire in agreement concerning your posts. The odds of that are slightly greater than being hit by a meteor while being struck by lightening on the day you win the lottery.
    Just a little thought here, but could you maybe be just a little in the wrong here?
    Or maybe I am one of the few that actually know what it means to be a volunteer firefighter. That means not sitting around ignoring calls all day.

    Quote Originally Posted by FyredUp View Post
    Your lying, and ludicrous nonsense are becoming tiresome.
    Oh yes master Yoda of the firefighting world I shall bow to your great wisdom, (then you can return the favor and kiss my @$$).

    It's past your bed time sonny. Go brush your teeth and get your fire truck P.J.'s on.

    Quote Originally Posted by KnightnPBIArmor View Post
    Agree 110%..."taken by the beast"? Kenny, some of your posts actually sent a chill down my spine; I have been a career firefighter for 28 years and I volunteer on my days off with another department, but there are limits, and you my friend are carrying the dedication thing to an unhealthy level. And when you say you have years or decades to spend with your family. don't be so sure......ask me how I know.
    And yet in all my years and missing very few family events, I have enjoy many years and decades with my family. So what's your point?

    Quote Originally Posted by FyredUp View Post
    You are the one ashamed of being called a VOLUNTEER not me.
    You keep saying that, but I have never said anything along that line. I am proud to be a firefighter volunteer. It is a job I take to heart and work hard at.

    You seem to be the one with the problem that firefighter volunteering is actually a JOB. You seem to be hung up on this "if you don't get paid, it's not a job."

    Quote Originally Posted by FyredUp View Post
    And unfortunately in many towns like yours...
    And what town would that be?


    Quote Originally Posted by FyredUp View Post
    Do you get paid?
    Money? No. Paid? Yes. Stop being stuck on this money thing.

    Quote Originally Posted by FyredUp View Post
    Show me the quote where I said that. if you can't you are LYING once gain. You are pathological in your inability to face the truth.
    Every single post you made saying volunteering is not a job, not work, ect.

    I am the one here that is facing and accepting the truth. Truth that volunteers work and it is a job.









    So, to close this out. Firefighter volunteers work hard. It is a JOB. Job is not defined by money. I work hard at our department as do some other guys. Like it or not, it is a job.

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    Do you have to work hard at being a condescending *****, or does it come naturally?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KennyTheFireGuy View Post
    I don't care what others think about the word. I called it as I saw it.

    So do you care what others think about the N-word? Or maybe some of the insults hurled at Italians, Jews, Mexicans, Catholics, Asians...? It's an offensive word and you are showing a sheer absence of class not just using it, and not just using it continuously, but showing absolute indifference to its offensiveness.

    I would be glad to stop posting the same thing over and over if you (that is the general you, not YOU) would learn to read post and stop asking the same thing over and over.

    This you/YOU business is bizarre. Somebody else (not you, but YOU) please inform me if I'm missing something here. But even if I am, the comment was clearly directed at me, not ME.


    Or maybe I am one of the few that actually know what it means to be a volunteer firefighter. That means not sitting around ignoring calls all day.

    Ain't a dang soul on this forum that has posted anything about "sitting around ignoring calls all day". What has been repeated ad nauseam is that we all have circumstances under which we should not respond, and that you have so few qualifying circumstances that we think your determination to respond could cause you to do things you may one day regret. It's not the fact that you DIDN'T respond during your children's births, it's the fact that you said you WOULD respond.

    Those of us volunteers of good conscience and true dedication do limit the times when we won't respond, but we all have them. Yours are so few as to suggest that you are either exaggerating or are unreasonable about when you will and won't respond.


    So, to close this out. Firefighter volunteers work hard. It is a JOB. Job is not defined by money. I work hard at our department as do some other guys. Like it or not, it is a job.

    You're not closing anything out. You clearly have not tangled with this bunch before. People who are way off base don't get the last word, unless the webteam happens to nail the thread before someone can reply.
    Which is probably the best thing that could happen right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KennyTheFireGuy View Post
    You going to create one first?
    Wow...you mean to tell me that the world-class organization that you claim to be a member of does not even have a website? Wow.....Either you are lying about them being a world-class organization or.....it's just some podunk department in Pigs Knuckle, Arkansas that runs 54 runs per year.....!!!!!!

    Oh, and by the way....If being a volunteer firefighter is a job, please explain to me how I can pay my mortgage by doing it, inquiring minds want to know.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by EastKyFF View Post
    Ain't a dang soul on this forum that has posted anything about "sitting around ignoring calls all day".
    Guess you missed FyredUp's post that started this conversation.

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    You clearly have not tangled with this bunch before.
    No, I make it a point to not hang around with retards too often.

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    [QUOTE=KennyTheFireGuy;1347932]


















    And yet in all my years and missing very few family events, I have enjoy many years and decades with my family. So what's your point?

























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    My father was admitted to the hospital on a Saturday having shortness of breath, and an X-ray revealed a mass in his chest. Rather than take time off from the station and spend it with him prior to his having surgery on Monday, I went in figuring he would be ok, and I would see him the next day. I got the call at the station on Sunday morning that the cancerous tumor had eroded the wall of his left aorta, and that he was dead before he hit the floor. Don't EVER assume that yoi have plenty of time leftto spend with loved ones, because you just might already be on borrowed time. The fire department would have not come to have come to a screeching halt if I would have spent that last day with my dad, and I will tearfully regret that decision not to be with him for the rest of my days. And saying that your own loved ones understand that to you the fire department comes first and formost....well that may be ( and I wonder if they truly feel that way or that's what you want to believe), but even if they do, what kind of message does that send to them about how important they are to you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FWDbuff View Post
    Wow...you mean to tell me that the world-class organization that you claim to be a member of does not even have a website? Wow.....Either you are lying about them being a world-class organization or.....it's just some podunk department in Pigs Knuckle, Arkansas that runs 54 runs per year.....!!!!!!

    Oh, and by the way....If being a volunteer firefighter is a job, please explain to me how I can pay my mortgage by doing it, inquiring minds want to know.......
    First off, show me where I said it was a "world-class organization"?

    Second, so not having a web site means we are not a worthy department? Wow. I guess there are a lot of non worthy departments out there. We have more important things to work on then to create and maintain a web site to show off to the world.

    Third, No I am not from AK, but I would stand to guess that "podunk" is offensive. So stop being an ignorant retard and calling everyone, and everything from the south "podunk". Sure beats being a damn yankee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KennyTheFireGuy View Post
    Guess you missed FyredUp's post that started this conversation.

    Quote me saying I sit around all day avoiding calls, or shut the F##K up. Because you are LYING. I gave specific circumstances where I don't respond and you choose to be a 2 year old with your hands over your ears yelling NO NO NO. Grow up old man. POST WHERE I SIT AROUND AVOIDING CALLS. Come on Super Hero, let's see it.



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    Kenny is an argumentative little @$$hat, isn't he?

    I have a theory about his "only 5 guys out of 40 responding to calls"....
    Perhaps the other 35 guys are sick and tired of "KennytheFireGuy" and the other 4 are too stupid to realize that he is the source of the problem...
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    Quote Originally Posted by KnightnPBIArmor View Post
    And saying that your own loved ones understand that to you the fire department comes first and formost....well that may be ( and I wonder if they truly feel that way or that's what you want to believe), but even if they do, what kind of message does that send to them about how important they are to you?
    It teaches them that when you take on a job, you follow through the best you can. It teaches them that family events come and go, but when given the chance to help another, you take that chance.

    It teaches them that you are not just a volunteer, you are a firefighter that has a job to do and you do not let other things keep you from that job.

    My family understand because as I said, for the few events I have missed, I have been there for many, many others. Because my family would rather me be gone to help save a life, then to sit at a school play and later hear that one more person on scene would have helped lift that car.

    This attitude that volunteer firefighters have of "well, we just didn't make it in time, we just didn't have enough people, we just didn't..." is bunk. If you had the majority of your department members actually doing their job and responding, you would have had enough people, you would have arrived on time, you would have had..." But no. Billy decided that it was more important to stay home for his daughters school play. As a result, there were not enough people to pull little Susie out of the rolled over car and she will now never be in another school play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FyredUp View Post
    No mirrors in your house then?

    No but I was thinking of putting photos of you around so I could be reminded of what a retarded @$$hat is.

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    Go away loser.
    **** off retard.

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    Quote me saying I sit around all day avoiding calls, or shut the F##K up. Because you are LYING. I gave specific circumstances where I don't respond and you choose to be a 2 year old with your hands over your ears yelling NO NO NO. Grow up old man. POST WHERE I SIT AROUND AVOIDING CALLS. Come on Super Hero, let's see it.
    So you admit you ignore calls. Thanks

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    Kenny is an argumentative little @$$hat, isn't he?

    I have a theory about his "only 5 guys out of 40 responding to calls"....
    Perhaps the other 35 guys are sick and tired of "KennytheFireGuy" and the other 4 are too stupid to realize that he is the source of the problem...

    No, the other 35 guys are lazy little *****s like most the people in this thread. You know what that is like right? Carrying the title Chief and all. Me and the other 4 guys are working to clean house.

    Quote Originally Posted by FyredUp View Post
    Go away loser.
    You just can't take being wrong can you? You thought you were all mighty firefighter man. Super flamer. Thought you were superior because you are paid, but to make other not think of you as an ***, you volunteer too. You still carry this attitude that you are better then them because you have a paying job.

    Pull your helmet out of your butt and stop treating volunteers like they are beneath you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KennyTheFireGuy View Post

    You keep saying that, but I have never said anything along that line. I am proud to be a firefighter volunteer. It is a job I take to heart and work hard at.

    You are ashamed because you don't tell people you are a VOLUNTEER, you are a poser and pretender that wants people to believe you are a paid firefighter. And once agin, it is NOT a job, no matter how hard you work at it. YOU ARE A VOLUNTEER, be proud of that. It should be enough.

    You seem to be the one with the problem that firefighter volunteering is actually a JOB. You seem to be hung up on this "if you don't get paid, it's not a job."

    It is not a job, not a career, not an occupation...keep pretneding it is, most posers never do face the truth.

    And what town would that be?

    The town where you are a VOLUNTEER. The town you repeatedly have said has responses of 3 guys. You know that you have said that over and over and over here.


    Money? No. Paid? Yes. Stop being stuck on this money thing.

    Okay explain how you are "PAID." I can't wait to see this load of absolute semantical nonsense. If you aren't receiving money it isn't a job. Unless you try to convince others that it is a job even though you are a poser and pretender.


    Every single post you made saying volunteering is not a job, not work, ect.

    Oh there is definitely work involved, I never said there wasn't work involved. Once again quote me and I will say you are right, but you can't because I never said it wasn't work. You see you can volunteer to do anything and there will be work involved. Whether it is being a VOLUNTEER Firefighter, or little league coach, or library aide or working at the soup kitchen, there is work involved, but it still isn't a job.

    I am the one here that is facing and accepting the truth. Truth that volunteers work and it is a job.

    Well apparently only 3 of your VOLUNTEERS take it seriously enough to even respond most of the time. If that was a job they would get fired for poor attendance. Do you fire poor attendance vollies? Oh, that's right 37 of your guys hardly ever show up so apparently you don't.

    It is work to be a VOLUNTEER Firefighter, it is still not a job.



    So, to close this out. Firefighter volunteers work hard. It is a JOB. Job is not defined by money. I work hard at our department as do some other guys. Like it or not, it is a job.

    You don't close out anything Super Hero...and trying to do that doesn't erase how wrong and out of touch you are.

    Jobs are defined by being PAID, it is how we pay our bills.

    You work hard and apparently so do 2 other guys. A sham, an illusion, and a dangerous one at that with possible fatal ramifications.

    Once again, you are a VOLUNTEER, and no matter how many times you say it it is not a job.

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    Kenny once went to a psychiatrist for help, but the psychiatrist slashed his wrists halfway through the session..............
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    Quote Originally Posted by KennyTheFireGuy View Post
    It teaches them that when you take on a job, you follow through the best you can. It teaches them that family events come and go, but when given the chance to help another, you take that chance.

    Sure sure...I bet they will remember that when they reminisce about an event you weren't at.

    It teaches them that you are not just a volunteer, you are a firefighter that has a job to do and you do not let other things keep you from that job.

    Not a job, never will be.

    My family understand because as I said, for the few events I have missed, I have been there for many, many others. Because my family would rather me be gone to help save a life, then to sit at a school play and later hear that one more person on scene would have helped lift that car.

    Sure sure, keep telling yourself that.

    This attitude that volunteer firefighters have of "well, we just didn't make it in time, we just didn't have enough people, we just didn't..." is bunk. If you had the majority of your department members actually doing their job and responding, you would have had enough people, you would have arrived on time, you would have had..." But no. Billy decided that it was more important to stay home for his daughters school play. As a result, there were not enough people to pull little Susie out of the rolled over car and she will now never be in another school play.

    Aren't you the guy with 3 guys responding the majority of time? Both of my FDs average more than that for every call. My #1 POC FD averages 8, and my number 2 averages 15. Of course many times there are more than those averages, but even if there weren't we still beat your 3 to 5 responders. Tell me again who has the more dedicated volunteers?

    If you honestly are so short handed that if 1 guy doesn't show up you can't operate stop lying to your community about having a fire department.
    Just more drivel from you...repeats of the same crap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KennyTheFireGuy View Post
    Third, No I am not from AK, but I would stand to guess that "podunk" is offensive. So stop being an ignorant retard and calling everyone, and everything from the south "podunk". Sure beats being a damn yankee.

    First off, no said anything about Alaska. They said Arkansas. AR.

    Secondly, you know, I could care less what you like to call yourself. Firefighter, Volunteer, Volunteer Firefighter, God, God in turnouts, etc. You just knock yourself out. I will just refer to you as an guy who is depriving a village somewhere of their idiot.

    What I can tell you - is you would not last 10 minutes on any department I have ever been associated with, and that has been full time paid departments, POC departments, or volunteer departments. A few minutes with you and the interview board or person would quickly note that you are nuts, and suggest to you that there may be better ways for you to funnel your time and energy into - like picking up trash at the city park.

    I notice how unwilling you are to identify where you are, or what department you are with. Probably because if the truth be known you are some kid that has been kicked off the local volunteer department, and now you troll the board.

    Now - be gone.

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    Can someone contact his mother and slap her for letting him on the internet with no supervision?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KennyTheFireGuy View Post
    No but I was thinking of putting photos of you around so I could be reminded of what a retarded @$$hat is.

    Dude seriously, what are you 12 years old? Or are you in fact Junior back for more?



    **** off retard.

    Really quite mature old man.



    So you admit you ignore calls. Thanks

    Yes, there are times I won't respond. If my kids are sick and i am home alone with them, that is called being a father. When my wife was going through chemo for her breast cancer and was unbelievably sick I didn't respond, that's called being a husband. Let's see you rip on those and show what a real tough guy you are...I also said if I am sick to the point of puking I am not going, that's called being a responsible adult. I also said I turn my pager off after midnight on nights when i have to work at the career FD the next day, that's called being a responsible employee. You see with my JOB, I can't miss work for a fire call out where I live. And since my JOB pays my bills that is a trade off both of my chiefs are willing to accept 10 days a month. You see with my work schedule I am around more than most others.

    Frankly, I don't care if you approve or not, the people I am responsible to, my chiefs, accept it knowing that I am around more than most. I would bet between my 2 FDs I make far more calls than you do...



    No, the other 35 guys are lazy little *****s like most the people in this thread. You know what that is like right? Carrying the title Chief and all. Me and the other 4 guys are working to clean house.

    I am not a Chief and haven't been for over 6 years. I did clean house, we did improve our response numbers. Maybe you and you Super Hero buddies are the problem. My guess is you pummel everyone that doesn't respond like you do. I will tell you if you got in my face you wouldn't be happy with what you heard in response.

    Wow, in this thread alone you went from 3 to 5 responding! Hallelujah Super Hero you are a miracle worker...YEAH RIGHT. Both of my FDs still have more responders show up than yours does...remind me again about dedication again...You make me laugh.


    You just can't take being wrong can you? You thought you were all mighty firefighter man. Super flamer. Thought you were superior because you are paid, but to make other not think of you as an ***, you volunteer too. You still carry this attitude that you are better then them because you have a paying job.

    Nope never said I was superior because I was paid, YOU SAID THAT ABOUT ME. Again quote me saying I am superior to vollies because I am paid. Or you are LYING again. The fact you would say stupid crap like that when I have said so many times you lost count that I am a POC FF on 2 volly FDs. So are you saying that when I am a paid guy I hate nyself as a volly? If so I must hate the career me when I am vollying. Yeah that makes sense. Can you see how stupid you sound saying utter nonsense like that? I am a proud volly entering my 36th year as a volunteer. I am a proud career firefighter entering my 22nd year as a career firefighter. So once again quote me saying I am better than vollies because I am paid becaus eunless you do you are LYING!!

    Pull your helmet out of your butt and stop treating volunteers like they are beneath you.

    Good lord man you are absolutely hysterical...PROVE I SAID THAT! PROVE IT OR YOU ARE LYING. How could I look down on vollies when I volly at 2 FDs myself? Can you see how stupid you sound?

    How stupid do you want to sound? Because every post from you adds a new level.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KennyTheFireGuy View Post
    It teaches them that when you take on a job, you follow through the best you can. It teaches them that family events come and go, but when given the chance to help another, you take that chance.

    It teaches them that you are not just a volunteer, you are a firefighter that has a job to do and you do not let other things keep you from that job.

    My family understand because as I said, for the few events I have missed, I have been there for many, many others. Because my family would rather me be gone to help save a life, then to sit at a school play and later hear that one more person on scene would have helped lift that car.

    This attitude that volunteer firefighters have of "well, we just didn't make it in time, we just didn't have enough people, we just didn't..." is bunk. If you had the majority of your department members actually doing their job and responding, you would have had enough people, you would have arrived on time, you would have had..." But no. Billy decided that it was more important to stay home for his daughters school play. As a result, there were not enough people to pull little Susie out of the rolled over car and she will now never be in another school play.
    What you're teaching them is complete strangers are more important to you than they are, and nothing will keep you from your "job", including them. That is a a heck of a message to send, especially if you have small children. Firefighting is important, but there has to be balance; I'm on my second marriage, and you better believe I'm being a lot smarter about time management this go around. Does that make me a lazy slacker, as you would say? No, that means having a balanced life. I hope for your sake you are right about your family being understanding, because if not one day you might come home to a note and a bunch of empty closets.....

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    In summary,

    Kenny is a loser. He is not a paid firefighter, yet he insists that the fire department is his job. He has no issue with neglecting his family to perform his duty. He would consider it a privelidge to die fighting fire and be looked at as a hero.

    This moron deserves no more of our time.
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