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    Hi

    I am a volunteer in the Auckland Region

    FF for just on three years and enjoying
    the service.

    Our official web site is www.fire.org.nz

    have a look at the Star magazine online
    for more about us.

    Reagrds to all.

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    Do you have a mascot for your station, like a sheep for instance!

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    No.

    We have an 8 inch tall flying dragon mounted on the light rails.

    Why do you ask, are you lonely?




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    Hope there are no bad feelings, I couldn't resist a little aussie humour at your expense.

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    nope,
    good message in the other forum by the way
    Psychiatrists state 1 in 4 people has a mental illness.
    Look at three of your friends, if they are ok, your it.

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    Nice to hear from our down under brothers. Have great memories of both countries. Took in the Bledisloe Cup (hope I spelled it right) on TV when I was in Brisbane playing rugby. They had to have 2 parties during the game, one for Aussies the other for the kiwi's to prevent fisticuffs but we all joined together for the post-game p***-up. Also played south of Aukland in Waipukarau.

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    Good to hear from another Rugby player.
    Yup the Bledisloe Cup gets intense.
    Originally from Christchurch so i am a Canterbury supporter.

    Lock and no 8 were my main positions, at 6'2" I wonder why.

    Had to give it up at 21 when I had my neck done in, head high stiff arm and there I was thinking why can't I move.Still love the game, constantly tell refferes what they are doing wrong.
    Psychiatrists state 1 in 4 people has a mental illness.
    Look at three of your friends, if they are ok, your it.

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    I know what you mean. I played number 8 and flanker myself. Hilite of my career came during a tour to Wales and I got to see the All Blacks play Cardiff live at Cardiff Arms Park. That was during Graem Mouries final tour as All Black captain.

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