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    And what the &#$^ is going on here? Thats it ,time for a 12 pack or 2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn White View Post
    And what the &#$^ is going on here? Thats it ,time for a 12 pack or 2.
    Old time good natured smack. Ain't it fun?
    I have learned I need these dogs much more than they need me. Tim Bockmon

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    Thank you, Nancy for posting this thread and your efforts to help us rudes see the light.

    I do tend to over assume familiarity too soon, which naturally leads to awkward moments of overshare, quickly followed by inappropriate humor as a defense mechanism or to try and ease tension directed at me. I sat too close to the TV as a child. - see, I just did it again?!

    Unfortunately, I rarely realize I'm doing it until someone is pizzed.

    So here are some things I'd like to put out there with all sincerity:

    • I am sorry that I am rude and a smart azz. I don't intend to be, but it is apparently part of my nature and I will try harder to pay attention to that.
    • I realize that I'm on my first field dog and that I don't know much - that becomes more obvious everyday.
    • I appreciate RTF and acknowledge that I've learned more here in a short amount of time than I could have ever learned without it. And that's because of the knowledgable, helpful people here.

    Thank you,

    Jennifer

    P.S. Ken, I'm sorry for being rude and over familiar.
    Last edited by Jennifer Henion; 06-25-2013 at 07:18 PM.

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    Well no one can ask for more than that. The dove has flown and returned with an olive branch.
    I have learned I need these dogs much more than they need me. Tim Bockmon

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    Yep.

    Nuff said

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    Thank you Tim and Nancy!!!

    PS Phew!

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    See kids, Tim and Nancy just got clicker trained...lol..

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    Bite Me Happy.

    Wuss.

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    Don't bite me Happy.
    I have learned I need these dogs much more than they need me. Tim Bockmon

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    See how good feeling everyone is with a little olive branch of forgiveness? RTF is again a Happy family. It's almost like a few folks where forgiven, almost like......Amn****.

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