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Post by Guest on Mon 06 May 2013, 18:42

OK we all know what transpired between Dennis and other vets, this is not front page news, Denis has vented frustration here in the past, and has not been bothering us, and or bashing us sense, let's give him credit for that. What he does or says beyond CSAT is his own business. If he chooses to stay clear of CSAT, that is also his own business. We are not here to judge, and or remind people of what heated discussions took place with this fellow vet. Yes I say regardless of what you think of him , he is a fellow vet, sometimes people have to forgive and forget, no matter the circumstance. It truly breaks my heart when vets can't get along, we are all together, one big family. I have said this before, and I will say it again, forgiveness is truly the answer in making us a better person. We all stand together regardless of what we think of one another. We are at the end game now , I would again ask, please let's all get along, and more important let's, leave whats in the past, in the past.

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Post by William Hurl on Mon 06 May 2013, 19:03

I will give you my word trooper, I will attempt to do just that as tough as it may be.

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Post by Guest on Mon 06 May 2013, 19:09

Thanks William.

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Post by bigrex on Mon 06 May 2013, 19:10

It is true Trooper, he has been silent on here for a while, but apparently he still continues to troll the posts, and when he sees something that amuses him, he copies and pastes the CSAT post on his FB site and then he and his cronies, those few Vets that haven't unfriended him, or been unfriended by him, sit around making jokes at the expense of a fellow Veteran.
To me, this behavior is beyond ridiculous, and IMO, greatly diminishes all the good work that Dennis has done, and continues to do, for Veterans.

I hold no ill will for Dennis, and will be cordial if I run into him around Halifax, but that is it. But if someone screws up, I will say so, and Dennis has screwed up, and now has to accept the consequences of his actions. I won't lose sleep over what he has said, just as I'm sure Dennis won't lose sleep over what I have said.
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Post by Guest on Mon 06 May 2013, 19:13

Fair enough bigrex. Always a pleasure to read your post.

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Post by RobbieRoyal on Tue 07 May 2013, 09:13

Yesterday was a million years ago just hope we have enough common sense and leave the buried fossils lay where they be. Good morning all you crotchety buggers may your day bring you fortune and adventure and if all else fails wear a hat you damn rednecks its going to be a hot one. I want to thank you informative brain-e-acks (that pm me) for helping me help others out here in our world of veterans it is a good feeling to hear our brothers and sisters laugh once again when they visit local DVA branches and flood them with the information they received from other veterans. It is helping as many have begun to receive benefits, allowances and reassessments that could change their lives financially. So to Recon, Rex, K9, Teen, Sparrow, Rags SapperZodiac and everyone else thanks. Now drop the Dennis/MC bashing and focus on the smiles and thanks we get from helping others.
From Eddy, Terry, Paul, Smiley (as he wishes to be called) Lyle, Kurt Kevin x3 they all thank you, these are the people we do not see because they do not post but they support us and want us to keep on helping others.
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Post by georges dumont on Tue 07 May 2013, 09:49

Robbie and all of you, it's right now, history in the making so robbie is right sit down relax and soke up the moment. Just knowing somebody will be having a big smile on his face this week is already making me smile. Take the time to pounded on the last few years, we have all learned so mush and lived this wonderfull venture differentally but together. This experience will stay we me to my last moments even if I forget the rest of my life. Victory has a taste it's green!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Post by William Hurl on Tue 07 May 2013, 10:01

Robbie, George, very true. You have inspired me.Moving forward is all I can control. Thank you.

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Post by RobbieRoyal on Thu 09 May 2013, 18:15

My grandfather was actually a huge nutcase and everything that came out of his mouth was usually an ole Irish saying or an Indian proverb. He had a few favorites and I recall one in particular that involved me wanting to meet Édouard Carpentier the “Flying Frenchman” at the local legion in Lindsay. He looked at me and laughed and tells me, “You really can’t call a trout a trout until you catch it.” Obviously I looked at him and said what does catching a dumb ole fish have to do with seeing the “Flying Frenchman”. Again laughing he said, “ Who said you were going to the legion.” In most cultures and CSAT is in fact a culture we have a tendency to be rumour motivated and that gives us a sense of imminent clairvoyancy. I hope everyone has the ability to land the big trout but remember troops you can only call it a trout when you can actually touch it. So go enjoy a day of fishing and be a sport wait for the big moment and catch your dream with patience and no gimmicks attached.
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Post by meathead on Thu 09 May 2013, 18:23

Pulled a nice brooky out of my lake and came into check on the rumour mill Holly Sh.t is what came to mind . May all of you find the peace we earned. Breath people breath. We are almost at our objective.
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Post by RobbieRoyal on Fri 10 May 2013, 09:16

You got it Tom
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Post by Rifleman on Fri 17 May 2013, 11:53

Did not know if this was the proper place to post this info I have been reading comments on this site since it first started and it has helped my situations out more then you will ever know and still does.I would like to THANK ALL FELLOW VETS AND SERVING MEMBERS on this site for all your help. And yes I do know some of you and have been proud to serve with you.

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Post by RobbieRoyal on Fri 17 May 2013, 12:29

Hey Rifleman I do hope our paths have crossed brother as it sounds like we had the same home for awhile pro patria.
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Post by Guest on Fri 17 May 2013, 12:42

Good day one & all ,

For Rifleman from 1RCR / 3RCR , i echo your comments Steve , i've been sorting through some family issues & needed to get away for awhile to relax & recharge ..............

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Post by RobbieRoyal on Fri 17 May 2013, 12:46

PS everyone RECON's done his admin welcome back buddy
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