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    Wishing all you fine freedom lovers out there a great Christmas!
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    Could not think of a better first post

    Merry Christmas and a Happy, Freedom filled, New Year to all.

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    I am sitting down at the fire station working on Christmas just like I have for the past eight years now. If you come across any kind of public servant today if you can take the time to shake there hand and say thank you. They are giving up there holiday to keep you safe and warm. And believe it or not we do not here the words "thank you" often enough. Those words mean for to us than you will ever know
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    233 years ago our Forefathers fought and gave us Liberty to worship whom we pleased. Honour that tonight and tomorrow. Or perhaps you do that at another time of year. May Divine Providence guide us all.
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    fire suppressor wrote:
    I am sitting down at the fire station working on Christmas just like I have for the past eight years now. If you come across any kind of public servant today if you can take the time to shake there hand and say thank you. They are giving up there holiday to keep you safe and warm. And believe it or not we do not here the words "thank you" often enough. Those words mean for to us than you will ever know
    Thank you very much! Merry Christmas!
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    Merry Christmas! Let's kick some anti-gun butts next year!:celebrate:what:

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    fire suppressor wrote:
    I am sitting down at the fire station working on Christmas just like I have for the past eight years now. If you come across any kind of public servant today if you can take the time to shake there hand and say thank you. They are giving up there holiday to keep you safe and warm. And believe it or not we do not here the words "thank you" often enough. Those words mean for to us than you will ever know
    Same with us bus drivers! We might not save your life, but we can get you to Grandma's house. (eventually)


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    trevorthebusdriver wrote:
    fire suppressor wrote:
    I am sitting down at the fire station working on Christmas just like I have for the past eight years now. If you come across any kind of public servant today if you can take the time to shake there hand and say thank you. They are giving up there holiday to keep you safe and warm. And believe it or not we do not here the words "thank you" often enough. Those words mean for to us than you will ever know
    Same with us bus drivers! We might not save your life, but we can get you to Grandma's house. (eventually)
    +1

    Merry Christmas all!
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    fire suppressor wrote:
    I am sitting down at the fire station working on Christmas just like I have for the past eight years now. If you come across any kind of public servant today if you can take the time to shake there hand and say thank you. They are giving up there holiday to keep you safe and warm. And believe it or not we do not here the words "thank you" often enough. Those words mean for to us than you will ever know
    I made a point of this today; thanks for your service!



    I hope everyone had a safe and Merry Christmas!



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    fire suppressor wrote:
    I am sitting down at the fire station working on Christmas just like I have for the past eight years now. If you come across any kind of public servant today if you can take the time to shake there hand and say thank you. They are giving up there holiday to keep you safe and warm. And believe it or not we do not here the words "thank you" often enough. Those words mean for to us than you will ever know
    That sucks man. I got lucky, my shift doesn't work christmas / eve or new years / eve.

    Im sure next year i'll get stuck with both though. Thanks for keeping people safe and stay low.

    -rysa

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