tommy
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Jun 17, 2014
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Birthday:
January 20
Location:
schriever la
Occupation:
used to be a welder fitter

tommy

G&G Enthusiast, from schriever la

tommy was last seen:
Jun 17, 2014
    1. Earl Easter
      Earl Easter
      Been a while that you have not been around. I saw it was your birthday so have a Happy Birthday Tommy and get yournself back on soon....
    2. ArkansasHunter
      ArkansasHunter
      tommy I thought I'd stop by and say hello. I hope you and your family had a nice Christmas.
      Take care and have a Nice New Years...Mike
    3. tommy
      tommy
      thanks gunnut i'm gonna go check around to see what i can do.
    4. gunnut2u
      gunnut2u
      Hi Tommy ,
      any place that does passport photo's should be able to help you out .I got mine done at walgreens drug store .I think it was around $5 . Nice to meet you by the way .....gunnut2u...Tim
    5. tommy
      tommy
      thanks bunnywabbit i'm gonna start lookin into it so that way i got the finger prints and picture all ready to go when i take the class that way i just send it all off the next day.
    6. BunnyWabbit
      BunnyWabbit
      I went to Kinkos. All you need is someone that does passport photos. Walgreen's might even do them.
    7. Plumber
      Plumber
      Tommy, I have an uncle that was an engineer designing off shore drilling rigs. He lived on lake Pontchartrain. He married a Cajon. Prettiest lady I ever saw. She's 77 now and still a real looker.
      I was a member of local 15 in Minneapolis of the UA From 1967 to 1999. From 1975 to 78 I welded pipe in the iron ore processing plants in northern MN. One of my partners was from Baton Rouge his name was Anderson, but he went by Andy. His brother was the buisness agent in his local.
      After that I went to Maine to work in a ship yard, where I worked on patrol frigates, FFG. I ran Cu.Ni. alloy fuel systems.
      We used to buy lobsters from a lobsterman, and he never charged for the blue crabs. They were a byproduct. I dug clams in the river delta, they were much better than the ones dug out of sand, but bending over diging with a clam hoe was a back breaker even at 29 and 30 years old. I know I couldn't do it now. I sure miss the seafood.

      Take care. Terry the Plumber
    8. knightRider
    9. tommy
      tommy
      yea and to think with all the cops in this forum not one of them ran the numbers and posted back to tell me if it was stolen or not??? oh well crap happens . thanks for shootin me a pm .
    10. stlealnin
      stlealnin
      Hey, i just wanted to comment that i thought your posts on tracing guns were really awesome. It did not seem like anybody replied to your posts with anything but negativity. ^^ it seems like they wanted to have an opinion more than a real answer.
      Anyway, just wanted to shoot you a comment to simply say "thanks." ^^ ; I've always information like that really interesting.

      So, thanks; and have a good one matey.
    11. ArkansasHunter
      ArkansasHunter
      Hey tommy I thought I'd stop by and I hope you had a nice thanksgiv'in. I guess you fried a turkey didn't you, that was injected with some kind of cajune spice's ?
      Take care friend and all is well in my neck of the woods...Mike
    12. tgverdin
      tgverdin
      Hey, I did it! **** I impress myself. hehe
      Loves
    13. tgverdin
      tgverdin
      How do I put a picture up?
      Loves
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    Birthday:
    January 20
    Location:
    schriever la
    Occupation:
    used to be a welder fitter
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