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Roll Call For September


mobie16r

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Hello all present and accounted for. ;)

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Still alive and kicking in Alabama. It is a great day to be a veteran, however, I am begining to get PSTD from dealing with the VA. ;)

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september and all is well

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Still here! The leaves are turning colors and dropping already here in central Wisconsin!

Regards,

Jon

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Present or accounted for

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Jon's here. Idaho is cooling off.

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Still here in Indiana and working to make our elected officials wake up and do something for Veterans or wake up from nightmares of me calling them again.

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My wife went back to school yesterday so here I am with my dog SAM ( small angry mut ) monitoring the site. Hope everyone is doing well. Terry Sturgis

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Nobody here but us chickens, boss.

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I am here waiting for my claim decision and dealing with all the usual BS. Just got told I need B12 shots every week because of anemia and have cpap machine coming next week.

Do they give that mask to sleep with to get you ready for the hereafter?

Anyhow Stillhere for now!

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Still Alive and fighting the VA, Git some news on one of the Vietnam Vets I was working with I'll post it in success latter after he brings bye the rateing sheet. Its great to have a day off in the middle of the week. Time to do the honey do list

Jim

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All present and accounted for!!!

Still awaiting a decision from the Little Rock RO and hopefully will have it this month.

Bill

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