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    Wow 10,000 posts, and I've only got about a 1,000 posts. I haven't quite figured out the forum payscale here, but I'm guessing you earn about 10X more than me? Would you be willing to "spread some of that wealth"?
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    Congrats SIXTO and may you have many more - posts that is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rossman View Post
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    Just think, you're almost half way to P95's post count....

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    Man, that's some posting.

    Congrats!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SIXTO View Post
    My 10,000th post!


    13 posts per day for over 2 years.......!!

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    Sounds like a man with a lot of things on his mind.
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    haha congrats.

    EDIT: not even a thousand post count <---

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    10K posts, and 1K of them are actually interesting.....
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    Way to go, Sixto!

    And just think of all the young, impressionable minds you've been able to influence with all that wisdom . . . .
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    Congrats Sixto.
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    Lots of time on your hands? Have you tried to reply to each and every post? Wow 10k is a bunch.. congrats
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    Quote Originally Posted by rodc13 View Post
    Way to go, Sixto!

    And just think of all the young, impressionable minds you've been able to influence with all that wisdom . . . .

    Thats some funny stuff right there!

    I spend a lot of time here (obviously) and yes, I have a full time job, a life etc, no I dont live in my parents basement dreaming of mall ninja's. Here is why I spend so much time here;

    Pretty much all of the last two years, I was assigned as a detective in narcotics. I quickly became a supervisor in the task force I was a member of... and that equated to a lot of office time. I spent about 25-30 hrs a week riding a desk, and another 25-30 out buying/selling drugs, picking up prostitutes, buying stolen cars, getting hired to "murder" people and any other seedy crimes you can think of. SO anyway, DC was always running as I wrote reports or yacked on the phone in the office.

    Now that I'm back to regular good old fashioned police work, I don't have all the office time anymore, but I do have a lot more home time. And when the kids are in school, I don't have much to do until I go to work in the afternoon, so here I am.

    Being here is research for my retirement gig...
    Last edited by SIXTO; November 24th, 2008 at 09:55 PM.
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