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Dan's record

Postby Jean G Voyer » Wed, May 20 2009, 8:06AM

Dan,

Did you know that you had over 12% of all the posts, not including the CNC section, in this forum? You either have too much time on your hands or it's a job... :joker:
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Re: Dan's record

Postby DanEpps » Wed, May 20 2009, 8:12AM

Too much, time on my hands...sounds like a song, eh?

Business has been very slow for me, especially since I could not work for most of the last year due to back problems. Now that surgery has made that better, I'm just waiting on the world to beat a path to my door. :wink:

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Re: Dan's record

Postby Jean G Voyer » Wed, May 20 2009, 8:23AM

I'm glad you still have a good sense of humor. Keep the good spirit. You brighten every one's day.
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Re: Dan's record

Postby DanEpps » Wed, May 20 2009, 9:15AM

Jean G Voyer wrote:I'm glad you still have a good sense of humor...


Its about all I have left Jean-Gabriel...my body is falling apart, I can't remember what I had for breakfast (wait a minute, I didn't HAVE any breakfast) and the economy has gone completely sour. :joker:

On top of everything else, the top of my spine is giving me trouble now (it was the lower spine before) and it looks I may be out of commission for even longer unless I can figure out a way to work with one numb arm and hand. :wall:

I may just follow Glenn Van Reason's lead and retire...nah, wife would kill me! :beer:

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Re: Dan's record

Postby Jean G Voyer » Wed, May 20 2009, 9:38AM

That's what getting old is all about. I will turn 65 in July and start receiving my old age pension and Canada pension in August. But I can't afford to retire even if my body says so.
Hopefully the work won't dry out completely. The economy is slow here to but it seems to look like a turn around on the horizon. When the price of oil goes up everybody else complains but for us it means the economy will get better. :?
I hope your health will get better and we will see you around for more years.
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Re: Dan's record

Postby Peter Walsh » Wed, May 20 2009, 1:10PM

Couldn't resist signing on to this topic. I was expecting to read Dan's arrest record.
Darn.
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Re: Dan's record

Postby DanEpps » Wed, May 20 2009, 6:25PM

Peter Walsh wrote:Couldn't resist signing on to this topic. I was expecting to read Dan's arrest record.
Darn.
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