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Oct 07 Roll Call


Tbird

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tbird aye, seems like a challenging month is beginning, oh joy.

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Boats here, Tbird hope you start feeling better!!!! yes October looks that way must be the change of seasons. B)

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Kappa here! Just a bit of fiscal year burn off. Things will flare up and then cool down. Hope you feel better Tbird.

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Tis the Season when VA grants the most claims so that is good. Tomorrow I get a tooth pulled. Be nice to each other please.

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I am here. I found a mistake on a rating that is going to the BVA pretty soon so I am trying to get the claim back to the RO.

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I am here still burning with indignation for being treated like a dog by the Army and then the VA for 35 years.

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Present in beautiful central Wisconsin. The leaves are approaching full color, really something to see!!

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Doc John (johnny k.), on hurricane watch in sunny Florida.

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I'm having fun. It appears all the meds are working. Terry

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Still around and waiting. DRO hearing 24 OCT St. Louis R.O. Hope it is the season.

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I'm still here and a couple of weeks ago I bought about $350.00 worth of clothes for fall and it won't get cool enough for me to wear them. And no I am not going to donate them!

Railroader

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Wings present all 6 accounted for!

I've been watching over a litter of puppies: Mama Aussie had six! Today they are 15 days old - - they keep me going!

See attached at 10 days . . .

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I just love puppies.

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I just love puppies.

And puppy breath ;-)

Pete, you need another pup?! hehehe

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tbird aye, seems like a challenging month is beginning, oh joy.

all present,

jmack

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Jim Here still alive and kicking here in VA B)

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To all,

Still doing okay here. Haven't been too active on this board lately but still reading it occasionally.

Ed

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