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July 2010 - Roll Call


carlie

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Halos2 here and waiting for the VARO to find my remanded BVA claim and act upon it. Also to respond to my other old claims that have been gathering mucho dust in the storage room for a few years too. I wanna win and post a significant win that I have been waiting for since 03.

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tbird, aye.

waiting for my certified letter which is suppose to arrive today according to the post office. it's from the va to let me know i may have been exposed to hep a, c or hiv because of a sterilization issue with dental equipment. they will tell me where and when i suppose to go to the va for a blood test.

working on the site and helping Jerrel Cook with SVR, by the way SVR stands for Surviving Veterans Resolve, Jerrel has been great doing this on his own, and i am sure am glad hadit.com could lend a helping hand.

as most of you know we upgraded the forum last month, a bit bumpy but it is coming along. more to come...

we had a slight problem with going over our bandwidth at the end of the month, but got it fixed pretty quick. i am currently talking with tech support about what actions can be taken so this doesn't happen again. as they said, it appears i am victim of my own success, we have a ton of traffic.

i hope all is well with everyone and a special shout out and thank you to our moderators, Carlie, Pete53, Jbasser and Sixthcents (his health is pretty bad right now, but he does cheer us on)

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Here and hoping the doctor yesterday at my C&P exams was giving me the straight poop. Said that I should receive a letter soon and the checks should start coming in.

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