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Old 05-17-2008, 12:35 PM
 
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Man that sucks, I miss the old Coot already . MK! come back!
Seebee's preparing for MK's return.

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Pic from:

1950's

 
Old 05-17-2008, 03:30 PM
 
Location: Where there is too much snow!
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Seebee's preparing for MK's return.

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1950's
HIT THE DECKS A RUNNIN BOYS, AND SPIN THOUGHS GUNS AROUND. WE GOTTA SINK THE MK-MARCK, THE TERROR OF THE SEAS.
 
Old 05-17-2008, 04:32 PM
 
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Bad news. I went to the MD this past week and they weighed me. I now weigh 300 lbs.!! Guess I better go on a diet, ya think? Oh well. I bought a juicer with that $50 gift certificate from CDF.
I wonder if you can put double-cheeseburger and fries into it? Maybe I can join GP's 300 pounder club. Any other fatties wanna fess up on how they are doing on their new year's resolution to lose weight? Hmm? Remember that thread a long time ago??


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Better go on a diet? Well, I dunno. If it's mostly muscle, you'd make a good defensive tackle. Might need a different uniform than the one in the pic, though.
 
Old 05-17-2008, 06:07 PM
 
Location: Duncan, OK
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Robyn, you're from Duncan, aren't you? Have you heard anything about Sanford Healthcare System starting up there? If so, I've got NEWS for you. They started up in Sioux Falls a couple of years ago and are now expanding to Duncan.
Yes. They put the "ink" to that deal last year and they are building it now... According to the article it is supposed to be shaped like a castle.

Decent healthcare IS something that is sorely needed in Duncan... we have a beautiful "State-of-the-Art" hospital, but the "care" received there is mediocre at best and frightening at worst. We had heard stories and rumors but I tried not to judge until we had dealt with them first hand... Now we have and we will NOT go back!

Here is a link to the article: The Duncan Banner - Children's clinic due
 
Old 05-17-2008, 06:09 PM
 
Location: Duncan, OK
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Better go on a diet? Well, I dunno. If it's mostly muscle, you'd make a good defensive tackle. Might need a different uniform than the one in the pic, though.

Nah... His is mostly sugar. He is such a SWEETIE!!!
 
Old 05-17-2008, 06:59 PM
 
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Nah... His is mostly sugar. He is such a SWEETIE!!!
Yeah, right. Thank you for the nice compliment. Now I have to try and live up to it once in a while.

Nice one, Seeb. I figured you would like that Navy historical website.

We had a man from our church who was in WWII. He was on one of the battleships. Whenever he talked about those guns ablazing, he would always break down. It must've been a site for those young lads who were country boys to be involved in something that big.
 
Old 05-18-2008, 07:42 AM
 
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Use the juicer rb, and without the fries and cheeseburger! I have lost 23 pounds since the beginning of the year using my juicer. I was at 190 and now I'm down to 167; pretty much my perfect weight at 5' 10" to 5' 11" tall. And that was without exercise. I have also been eating nothing but healthy food, steamed vegetables and very little meat (mostly fish). I couldn't do too much walking because of the pinched nerve in my back/leg. Now, I'm able to walk again with less pain and plan to do much more.

You can do it RB. The secret to me being able to stay on this diet is that I use a lot of spices to make things taste great. I can give you a list of things to eat and good juicer recipes if you'd like. Oh, another benefit; my blood pressure, which was always borderline is in the very very healthy range now (105/70).
Synopsis, I also need to lose weight. If you're willing, I'd be interested in your juicer recipes and list of things to eat.
 
Old 05-18-2008, 08:12 AM
 
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Yeah, right. Thank you for the nice compliment. Now I have to try and live up to it once in a while.

Nice one, Seeb. I figured you would like that Navy historical website.

We had a man from our church who was in WWII. He was on one of the battleships. Whenever he talked about those guns ablazing, he would always break down. It must've been a site for those young lads who were country boys to be involved in something that big.
Battleships ... visually, the ultimate statement of power on the high seas. Submarines and aircraft carriers are the capital ships of today, but battleships are still the most handsome ships of all time.

This is BB63, the USS Missouri. World War II officially came to a close when the Japanese surrendered aboard the Missouri in 1945.

http://www.dowwallpaper.com/wallpaper/vehicles/battleship/battleship.jpg (broken link)

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Old 05-18-2008, 03:28 PM
 
Location: Where there is too much snow!
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Talking Military Fun

You know the funny part about my Naval career is, the first and only time I was on a Naval ship, was when I was in the Army. We hitched a ride from one Hawaiian island to another on the USS Denver. On board I asked a E-6/ First Class Petty Officer, what kind of boat is this thing anyway? And he replied with a scowl on his face "this is a ship soldier and its a LST". So I asked him my next question, "Ok, so what does LST stand for, Large Slow Target!?" Boy did that tick him off, .

Thats why I chose to join the Navy CB's (Construction Battalion), I figured that as long as I was on dry land they couldn't blow the ship out from undereath me.

CB's "CAN DO"
 
Old 05-19-2008, 04:27 AM
 
Location: Fort Worth/Dallas
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That's one hell of an excuse......does your walker have reverse?
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