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    Got this in my inbox today - may be of interest to some of ya'll? Apparently Bill Noonan and Tim Olk are judges.

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    STAY SAFE. KEEP OFF THE SHINY THINGS
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    To celebrate the Thanksgiving and Christmas season, Firefighter-EMT.com will be holding a series of contests with over $100 in prizes to win!

    There will be a photography, video and random drawing category. A panel of independent judges, including Bill Noonan of the Boston Fire Department and Tim Olk from Northern Illinois Fire Ground Photography will select the photo that best represents firefighters, EMTs and first responders doing their work. The winner will be given an exclusive Firefighter-EMT.com T-shirt (at a value of $30) and a choice of a 2011 calendar or the book "Report from Engine Co. 82".

    The deadline is December 18, 2010.

    For more details see:
    http://www.firefighter-emt.com/archives/firefighter-emt-holiday-competition.php

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    Originally posted by riverguardian View Post
    Got this in my inbox today - may be of interest to some of ya'll? Apparently Bill Noonan and Tim Olk are judges.

    ---
    STAY SAFE. KEEP OFF THE SHINY THINGS
    ---

    To celebrate the Thanksgiving and Christmas season, Firefighter-EMT.com will be holding a series of contests with over $100 in prizes to win!

    There will be a photography, video and random drawing category. A panel of independent judges, including Bill Noonan of the Boston Fire Department and Tim Olk from Northern Illinois Fire Ground Photography will select the photo that best represents firefighters, EMTs and first responders doing their work. The winner will be given an exclusive Firefighter-EMT.com T-shirt (at a value of $30) and a choice of a 2011 calendar or the book "Report from Engine Co. 82".

    The deadline is December 18, 2010.

    For more details see:
    http://www.firefighter-emt.com/archives/firefighter-emt-holiday-competition.php



    The very last thing I would ever want would be a copy of report from engine 82 or anything from dennis smith!

    I was a sucker years back when it first came out. You wnat my copy, very little use?
    Stay Safe and Well Out There....

    Always remembering 9-11-2001 and 343+ Brothers

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    • #3
      Originally posted by CaptOldTimer View Post
      The very last thing I would ever want would be a copy of report from engine 82 or anything from dennis smith!

      I was a sucker years back when it first came out. You wnat my copy, very little use?
      WoW !! How do you really feel?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by len1582 View Post
        WoW !! How do you really feel?
        Hes very bitter towards anything FDNY.
        Proud East Coast Traditionalist.

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        • #5
          ahhahaha. Yeah, I guess that book wouldn't be particularly appealing to me either. But still, it's easier to get in on the drawing...

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          • #6
            Originally posted by nyckftbl View Post
            Hes very bitter towards anything FDNY.
            Hey Pal, No I am not! I happen to like the FDNY and respect it all. Their are a great FD that is getting the royal screw by the city, blumburger and the courts.

            I never cared about dennis smith and his bs writings.
            Stay Safe and Well Out There....

            Always remembering 9-11-2001 and 343+ Brothers

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            • #7
              Originally posted by CaptOldTimer View Post
              I never cared about dennis smith and his bs writings.
              I've never read his stuff, what's BS about it?

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