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Some of you boys should just stop reading this forum and you might all cheer up. Jesus. 
 

The type of guys that would moan if you won the Lotto!

 

No one holds a gun to your head to do this for a living. 
 

After 20 yrs the pros still out weigh the cons. 
 

You make your own path in this industry. 

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3 hours ago, Bee3 said:

Some of you boys Should just stop reading this Forum and you might all cheer up. Jesus. 
 

The type of guys that would moan if you won the Lotto!

 

No one holds a gun to your head to do this for a living. 
 

After 20 yrs the pros still out weigh the cons. 
 

You make your own path in this industry. 

No guns, just financial responsibilities for those that do this to actually provide for themselves and their families.  

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9 hours ago, Bee3 said:

Some of you boys Should just stop reading this Forum and you might all cheer up. Jesus. 
 

The type of guys that would moan if you won the Lotto!

 

No one holds a gun to your head to do this for a living. 
 

After 20 yrs the pros still out weigh the cons. 
 

You make your own path in this industry. 

There are a lot of Eeyore's out there.

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On 6/28/2022 at 10:41 PM, CM119 said:

No guns, just financial responsibilities for those that do this to actually provide for themselves and their families.  

There are other paying occupations out there if you not happy with this one. 

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  • 3 weeks later...

Calm mornings anywhere ... a perfect drill move ... going to camp for a shift with forestry engineers ... bear and goat studies on the west coast ... crisp winter days in the north ... IR scanning at 05:00 while it's cool and finishing the day by 09:00 ... those few hero moves I managed to pull off and the stupid #### I got away with ... beers at the hangar after a long day (and someone else buys) ... all the very great people I have been honored to work with over the years and even the few I didn't care for.

I miss it all otherwise I'd have no stories to tell.

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