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    Quote Originally Posted by scfire86 View Post
    Wow. A great response. Using a joke that has no bearing in reality.
    You think that your hillbilly comment warranted a great response? I tend to think it got the response it deserved.

    Not that Coldfront isn't a hillbilly, of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by randsc View Post
    You think that your hillbilly comment warranted a great response? I tend to think it got the response it deserved.

    Not that Coldfront isn't a hillbilly, of course.
    He opened the door on his being a hillbilly. Where I come from that connotes a person of little or no knowledge. Maybe in your neck of the woods it means someone of great sophistication and intellect.

    On to the question. He accused me of lying about the response rate of our reserve ff's. All he has to do to prove me wrong is do a records request with our department and put the results here. I doubt he or anyone else is willing to do that. It's easier to accuse me of lying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scfire86 View Post
    He opened the door on his being a hillbilly. Where I come from that connotes a person of little or no knowledge. Maybe in your neck of the woods it means someone of great sophistication and intellect.

    On to the question. He accused me of lying about the response rate of our reserve ff's. All he has to do to prove me wrong is do a records request with our department and put the results here. I doubt he or anyone else is willing to do that. It's easier to accuse me of lying.
    You need some medication!Go back and read the post.It is a joke.Get a life beside this forum.I make no bones about being from hills.I could care less about your records!I do believe your a french fry short of a happy meal!

    Don't make me come down there !How big boy r u.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coldfront View Post
    You need some medication!Go back and read the post.It is a joke.Get a life beside this forum.I make no bones about being from hills.I could care less about your records!I do believe your a french fry short of a happy meal!
    Tell me which part would indicate its a joke. I don't eat happy meals. I enjoy have low cholesterol.

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    Don't make me come down there !How big boy r u.
    Bring it on there little fella.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scfire86 View Post
    Tell me which part would indicate its a joke. I don't eat happy meals. I enjoy have low cholesterol.


    Bring it on there little fella.
    Your all brave with that metal head of uers.

    I also dont eat happy meals hell their isn't a Micky D's within 50 miles of here.

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    If I play the role of Don King,

    Do I get to reap 110% of all proceeds from this fight
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    Quote Originally Posted by coldfront View Post
    Be safe!
    Back at ya hillbilly. No worries.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DocVBFDE14 View Post
    If I play the role of Don King,

    Do I get to reap 110% of all proceeds from this fight
    No.
    Instead of playing the role of Don King, you will now be playing Al Sharpton.
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    hate to beat a dead horse.....

    go watch the part in the movie 300, when the king of sparta asks the athenians what there profession is compared to the spartans.





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    Quote Originally Posted by scfire86 View Post
    He opened the door on his being a hillbilly. Where I come from that connotes a person of little or no knowledge. Maybe in your neck of the woods it means someone of great sophistication and intellect.

    On to the question. He accused me of lying about the response rate of our reserve ff's. All he has to do to prove me wrong is do a records request with our department and put the results here. I doubt he or anyone else is willing to do that. It's easier to accuse me of lying.
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    Appropriate for the title of this thread...
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    Quote Originally Posted by rangersham View Post
    hate to beat a dead horse.....

    go watch the part in the movie 300, when the king of sparta asks the athenians what there profession is compared to the spartans.




    Funny, I thought they were Acadians, not Athenians.
    Besides, to use your analogy, nobody here is a "true" FF, then, except maybe live-in guys LOL. After all, the Spartans lived, ate, breathed, and slept war and battle...hence the term "Spartan" as an adjective meaning "bare-bones" and with little "creature comfort". Spartans had no time or desire for such trivialities.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainGonzo View Post
    Appropriate for the title of this thread...
    lmao for the pic.

    the title of this thread,should be: vollie AND paid.or paid AND vollie.
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    Voli Vs Paid.

    2 seconds scrolling to the bottom of the page.

    Never read a post on the way down here.

    Knobber, sod off.

    You have never absorbed a single thing in your life, and more as likely it will never matter if the person imparting life saving piece of information into the vacume that exists (even though nature hates vacumes) between your ears is a Voli or a paid Firefighter.

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