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    5 years of service as a volunteer firefighter and we have a ISO rating of 3, not bad for a volunteer dept. bet that, training is the same if you ask me hell i have more training that some of the paid guys in the surrounding cities.

    how you like those apples on top huh


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    Oh god, not another one of these thread again. Whose got the lock button?
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    Dear God.....

    I can't believe that this guy actually paid to join, makes 2 other posts, and then tries to a war he can't possibly win.

    *Goes to fetch a dead horse
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    Como?
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    I had pizza for dinner, with Vanilla Coke. What did you guys have for dinner?

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    I had pizza for dinner, with Vanilla Coke. What did you guys have for dinner?

    HaHa....Let's Hijack his thread. Shall we throw the "W" word out?

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    would that be wacker or bumper-monkey?

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    *Rides back in on dead horse

    Wha.....Wha....Whac...ker
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    i had a sub sandwich, coleslaw and a dr. pepper

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    Originally posted by skatcat13
    i had a sub sandwich, coleslaw and a dr. pepper
    Now was that a Career Lunch or a Volunteer lunch?

    And if you know the difference, please tell me.
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    Hot Lunch?
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    career lunch

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    Is that better than Hero sandwich?

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    Not unless it comes with Fig Newtons.
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    "Yes I'd like one volunteer sandwich with a side of Fig Newtons. What you don't have Fig Newtons?? What kind of place is this!! I'mma head down to the paid FD down the street, and get a real sandwich!"

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    ACK!!!! FIG NEWTONS!!!!!

    "It's not a cookie.... It's fruit and cake!"
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    "Probie, It's never too early to shut up"

    These are my opinions only, not my wife's, not my dog's, not my associate's or my employer's. Mine.

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    Arrow This is a much better thread !

    I had Ceneral Tso's Chicken w/ Pork Fried rice and a COKE !!!!!!!!!!
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    Tender Vittles......................a nd a coke!


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    I had a paid dinner of marinated and slow-baked Bambi, french-style greenbeans cooked with bacon, corn on the cob, garlic bread, ice-cream and cake.
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    Default Re: volunteer

    Originally posted by prostreet
    5 years of service as a volunteer firefighter and we have a ISO rating of 3, not bad for a volunteer dept. bet that, training is the same if you ask me hell i have more training that some of the paid guys in the surrounding cities.

    how you like those apples on top huh
    These posts and people who post them are like the mythical Hydra... cut off one head, and two more appear...

    I'll bet he wears a pager, a cellphone, a scanner and a portable radio on his belt, has the entire Galls Whacker shirt collection in his wardrobe, has enough blue lights and strobes one his car that it can be used as runway lighting at O'Hare International Airportand the same car has so manny scanner antennas on the roof it looks like a porcupine!

    In other words...

    "The poster child for Whacker Central!"
    ‎"The education of a firefighter and the continued education of a firefighter is what makes "real" firefighters. Continuous skill development is the core of progressive firefighting. We learn by doing and doing it again and again, both on the training ground and the fireground."
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