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    If it were me, I'd go back to the scene and nail a teddybear to the floor...
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    Oh yeah...so you think you have it rough??? My automatic coffee maker didn't go off this morning, so I had to wait!!

    Seriously, thanks for what you do! There are many of us who really do appreciate it. I hope you heal up quickly!
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    Sounds like you did more in a few hours than I plan on doing all day, plus you did it before I even got out of bed. My days are not nearly as exciting and I think I like that. Thanks for taking care of business and I pray you heal quickly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HotGuns View Post
    If it were me, I'd go back to the scene and nail a teddybear to the floor...
    I laughed so loud, people out in the lobby stared at me.
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    I'm trying to imagine how you cuffed somebody while nailed to the floor... still, great job!
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    Sixto, HotGuns, due to budget cuts this year, we are unable to provide the Teddy bears, lol. But I know exactly what you are saying.

    Well, on the way home. Supervisor said he would do paperwork, and I could do my report on Monday. Also, got a certificate for dinner to Logans Roadhouse from the boys. So weekend here I come!
    I declined the pain script because I'm still goin shooting and I don't want that crap interfering with it.
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    "I declined the pain script because I'm still goin shooting and I don't want that crap interfering with it."

    Are you nuts? Do you have any idea what that's worth on the streets?

    Some folks get to have all the fun!

    Glad you only got a nail in the arm, a kick in the head, and a needle in the arse. Coulda been far worse. Thanks for being the tackle dummy of the raid! Next time--try not to hog up all the fun parts, will ya?
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    Quote Originally Posted by adric22 View Post
    I'm trying to imagine how you cuffed somebody while nailed to the floor... still, great job!
    I didn't apply the cuffs. The two Deputy Marshals did. When he came outside, I quickly holstered my weapon, and grabbed him. I didn't even have my cuffs out. My goal was to control his hands, and when he went down, he went on his face and stomach with me on his back. My arms were under him still holding him by one wrist and the other a half jacked up cross between an arm bar and rear encircling elbow hold. As the deputy on the right side got him by the right arm, I released it and rolled to the left side still holding him by the left wrist with my left hand. It is my left arm that was being held in place by the nail.
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    Glad you werent hurt to bad G-Man.....
    Don"t let stupid be your skill set....

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    Good job, congratulations, sorry for the injuries, get well soon and know you accomplished something very worth while today for society! Thank you!


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    Hey Glockman did they build a Logan's near you like in Ashland or something? Or do you have to drive all the way to the Huntington mall?

    Speaking of work emergencies, our snack machine ran out of Doritos last week. It's just so hard working under such adverse conditions.
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    Sounds like a great day. Took some bad guys off the street. Prevented more garbage being put on the streets, and you get to go home and get taken care of, I suggest you get one of those small silver bells to ring when you need something.

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    Glockman sounds like an eventful day. Hope you heal up fast buddy and Thank you for the work you do.

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    G-man: Thank you
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    Congrats on the bust!

    Heal up quick, there's always more of those b******* needing to get caught!
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