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Old 04-17-2006, 08:30 AM   #1
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Good Mornin' and welcome to my vacation...

8:42 am...just got home from work and am officially on vacation for the next 10 days...Im having a pork sammy and a beer for breakfast to commmorate the comencement of this event...planning on cooking a meat loaf, fatties and a bunch of abts during my time off along with a brisket and some thighs....
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Old 04-17-2006, 09:48 AM   #2
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shoot john, we should get together for a beer. I am on vacation this week too.
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Old 04-17-2006, 10:28 AM   #3
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Take lots of pics before you get toasted!
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Aren't you Safety guys always on vacation?
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Sounds like Cappie's 'work' days. 8-[
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Old 04-17-2006, 02:35 PM   #8
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Thanks all..got a bunch of work done outside today...abt's on tap for tommarrow. Instead of halving them, Im going to slice a third off. this will allow me room for more filling and a big chunk of cheese...
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Sounds like Cappie's 'work' days. 8-[
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Sounds like Cappie's 'work' days. 8-[
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What?!?!? I don't get to drink beer until lunch time. And I surely can't cook at work. Okay, every once in a while there's a butt on the cooker with the Guru watching it.
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And the vacation continues to be action packed...Dang..this made me late to meet Pigs....

[b]Bank robber gets street justice

By Rick Pfeiffer
Niagara Gazette

An off-duty cop and a couple of concerned citizens combined Friday morning to take a bite out of crime on Pine Avenue.

The trio collared a bank robber making his getaway, and held him until Niagara Falls cops could arrive and take him into custody.

“It’s time to stop the crime on Pine,
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Hey John, take an additional day for your vacation! If the boss says anything, tell him I said it was okay! Great job buddy!
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Who says there's never a cop around when you need one? Way to go John!
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Hey John, take an additional day for your vacation! If the boss says anything, tell him I said it was okay! Great job buddy!
Id be more interested in getting paid for it, but another day of vacation would be nice...
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No matter what anyone says it's a 24/7 job. Great work John along with the other Good Samaritans.

One less to worry about, for now.
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Well done. The only thing better would be if the article said that Williams went to the hospital in critical condition! Surprised they didn't charge him with resisting arrest w/ violence or battery on a LEO, whats up wiff dat?
Glad there was a happy ending and yall didn't get hurt or anything. Next time "Do the work of the Lord" as our firearms guy says "2 to the head...2 to the head....and 2 two the head" assuming yer backup is a six shooter!
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Old 04-22-2006, 06:16 PM   #18
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I didn't stick around to see what they charged him with..there were some adult beverages with my name on them a short hour away and I had had enough fun there
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Whoa! Way to go John. Glad I didn't stop in while up there and detain you from your good work! Hey, we ended up eating at the Anchor Friday night and fished out of Wilson not Olcott as I thought. We stayed in Amherst Friday. Got eight 15 to 20 lb Kings, about 4 small coho, a 20 lb steeley and 3 lakers. I'll eat the Salmon, but I aint touching the trout! Had 6 footers rollin through all day. It was cold and windy. Easterly wind to boot! I made it until the last 1/2 hour until I "chummed" Being on a rough, cold lake like that is as tiring as anything you can do! Got at least 30 lbs of salmon though! I saw where you are now. Looks like Lewiston is right on the river aye? I'd love to do the bass thing this summer! We'll try to set it up! Woody
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