Is Tunaman Still Living

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Is Tunaman Still Living

Postby macinckirk » Wed Feb 17, 2010 11:18 am

Are you still with us Pops :wink:
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Re: Is Tunaman Still Living

Postby minnkotaman » Wed Feb 17, 2010 2:01 pm

i talked to him last week, he's dieing to get out.
but he's really busy at work right now.
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Roger's APB

Postby Brian D. » Wed Feb 17, 2010 3:08 pm

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Re: Roger's APB

Postby tunaman » Wed Feb 17, 2010 4:10 pm

BD - that is PRICELESS!!!!! GREAT ONE! I'll have to put it on my website for posterity!

Yeah, as Jim said it has been really busy these days with work, which is a great thing. Sorry to have missed your last couple of calls BD, but I'll try getting a hold of you tonight (probably before you get to read this response).

Meanwhile Kirk, WHERE YA BEEN SON??? Haven't seen much of you around here either, although I did see you fished the ABA at the 'Wood. Hope all is well with you and Dad?

I'm getting ready to head to the Hook to attend the sonar seminar... and yes, BD, I'm STILL trying to get my 'bird fixed! :evil:

Thanks for caring guys!
Roger
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Re: Roger's APB

Postby hippie » Wed Feb 17, 2010 7:13 pm

the question does he stilll have all his teeth and wear shoes and not looking for his sister to date. Not to sure about the North

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Re: Roger's APB

Postby Gene Buchholz » Thu Feb 18, 2010 5:43 am

It's true we have a Tunaman sighting at the Hook seminar last night. Walking on both legs and he was smiling.
Thanks for coming Rodger I hope it helped. We will start the Humingbird training seminars again on June 1st with the first one being a basic coarse. Len does a great job.

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Re: Roger's APB

Postby macinckirk » Thu Feb 18, 2010 5:56 am

Nice Dads still with us :wink:

Were good thinking about you and was getting ready to call then talk to B and he said he had called and didn't get to talk to you, So I just had to ask 8)

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Ahh...

Postby Brian D. » Thu Feb 18, 2010 6:06 am

Good to hear from ya Roggy. :P
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Re: Roger's APB

Postby mark poulson » Thu Feb 18, 2010 6:24 am

tunaman wrote:BD -
I'm getting ready to head to the Hook to attend the sonar seminar... and yes, BD, I'm STILL trying to get my 'bird fixed! :evil:

Thanks for caring guys!
Roger


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Re: Roger's APB

Postby tunaman » Thu Feb 18, 2010 8:55 pm

Gene Buchholz wrote:It's true we have a Tunaman sighting at the Hook seminar last night. Walking on both legs and he was smiling.
Thanks for coming Rodger I hope it helped. We will start the Humingbird training seminars again on June 1st with the first one being a basic coarse. Len does a great job.


Yep... was there with Nike's and a full set of teeth! Thanks to Gene, Vince and mostly Len Vinci for putting on the class. Those are great classes, regardless of your level of competency or brand of sonar, and you can't beat the price! I highly recommend this to anyone and suggest that you check for the next seminar near you, as they're putting them on all over the west coast!

Good catching up tonight BD, even though I think we both got a case of cauliflower ear! :lol:

The Delta is waking up... good times are just around the corner!

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