1500T Searambler Pre-order

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Re: 1500T Searambler Pre-order

Post by andrema » Sun Aug 24, 2014 10:03 am

First Canadians...now cops...next we will have Canadian cops...sheesh
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Re: 1500T Searambler Pre-order

Post by hoppyjr » Sun Aug 24, 2014 10:08 am

andrema wrote:First Canadians...now cops...next we will have Canadian cops...sheesh
Already happened. We've got trannies too. Next up, Canadian Tranny Cops.

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Re: 1500T Searambler Pre-order

Post by lilhoody » Sun Aug 24, 2014 12:12 pm

hoppyjr wrote:
andrema wrote:First Canadians...now cops...next we will have Canadian cops...sheesh
Already happened. We've got trannies too. Next up, Canadian Tranny Cops.
This begs the question..."which locker room should they dress in?"
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Re: 1500T Searambler Pre-order

Post by andrema » Sun Aug 24, 2014 3:51 pm

hoppyjr wrote:
andrema wrote:First Canadians...now cops...next we will have Canadian cops...sheesh
Already happened. We've got trannies too. Next up, Canadian Tranny Cops.
i knew that ;)
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Re: 1500T Searambler Pre-order

Post by River Rat » Sun Aug 24, 2014 4:01 pm

CGSshorty wrote:
hbmex wrote:@CGSshorty it's awesome!
I hope so. I'll be getting another job, but one in a less stressful locale.
Congrats on the coming up retirement best thing I ever did I thought about getting another job part time with blm or the park service part time since I did that type of work before I retired and they hire around were I live now then it left my mine. The military reserve retirement pay will start in a few years and that would be about what I would make part time I don't need to deal with work any more no more stress. Now they should of used the bead of rice bracelet it's Doxa trade mark now the bracelet looks like every other brand.

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Re: 1500T Searambler Pre-order

Post by CGSshorty » Sun Aug 24, 2014 4:09 pm

River Rat wrote:
CGSshorty wrote:
hbmex wrote:@CGSshorty it's awesome!
I hope so. I'll be getting another job, but one in a less stressful locale.
Congrats on the coming up retirement best thing I ever did I thought about getting another job part time with blm or the park service part time since I did that type of work before I retired and they hire around were I live now then it left my mine. The military reserve retirement pay will start in a few years and that would be about what I would make part time I don't need to deal with work any more no more stress.
Unfortunately I am too young to just call it a career. I figure there is a law enforcement agency or other job out there that would benefit from my experience and be willing to pay me for it.
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Re: 1500T Searambler Pre-order

Post by River Rat » Sun Aug 24, 2014 4:19 pm

Think I was 52 when I retired thank god the state retirement system let us buy military time so that added 4 years to my retirement and made it worth it to go early. You find things to do. But mite not be a bad idea to work after retirement a new watch fund.

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Re: 1500T Searambler Pre-order

Post by CGSshorty » Sun Aug 24, 2014 4:24 pm

River Rat wrote:Think I was 52 when I retired thank god the state retirement system let us buy military time so that added 4 years to my retirement and made it worth it to go early. You find things to do. But mite not be a bad idea to work after retirement a new watch fund.
I'll only be 42, with an 8 and 4 year old. I'll be working.
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Re: 1500T Searambler Pre-order

Post by hoppyjr » Sun Aug 24, 2014 4:30 pm

andrema wrote:
hoppyjr wrote:
andrema wrote:First Canadians...now cops...next we will have Canadian cops...sheesh
Already happened. We've got trannies too. Next up, Canadian Tranny Cops.
i knew that ;)

I know. You tend to keep up on tranny cops activities....on both sides of the border :bootyshake:

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Re: 1500T Searambler Pre-order

Post by hbmex » Sun Aug 24, 2014 4:34 pm

I thought about getting a part time job for a watch fund. I've only been retired for 4 months....I need some more time to reset my zero. I've been doing some part time teaching since I've been retired. That's kinda cool...not too labor intensive....no more shift work!

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Re: 1500T Searambler Pre-order

Post by hbmex » Sun Aug 24, 2014 4:36 pm

Just enough to fund my vices other than watches....scotch and cigars!

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