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    Elite Member dfkrug's Avatar
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    Default Re: Happy BIRD-day!

    What a nice surprise! Happy birthday, Bird!
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    Default Re: Happy BIRD-day!

    Happy Birthday Bird!

    From all of us here at TBN, we wish you every conceivable happiness -- this year and many, many years into the future. We've always got your "seat" reserved at TBN.

    Muhammad, & Ibrahim, Hakim & The Whole Chishti Family
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    Default Re: Happy BIRD-day!

    Quote Originally Posted by Bird View Post
    Thanks to everyone. For those who don't know them, we have a great bunch of TBN guys and gals in this part of the country, and I'm proud to call them friends.

    And as Jim said, there were also some relatives, former neighbors, and former co-workers there, including some I hadn't seen in more than 20 years.
    Always a gentleman. Happy birthday!

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    Default Re: Happy BIRD-day!

    Happy Birthday Bird and I pray that you will be blessed with many more.
    Randall



    1Timothy Chapter 2:
    3 For this is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Saviour;
    4 Who will have all men to be saved, and to come unto the knowledge of the truth.
    5 For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus.
    From: The HOLY BIBLE

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    Default Re: Happy BIRD-day!

    Happy Birthday!

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    Default Re: Happy BIRD-day!

    Happy birthday Bird. I tried so hard to make it but just couldn't swing it. I'm glad the surprise was maintained and that you had a great day. Congratulations Sir!!!

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    Default Re: Happy BIRD-day!

    Happy birthday Bird!
    Steve

    The best things in life are not things.

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    Default Re: Happy BIRD-day!

    Happy Birthday, Bird.
    Cyril

    JD 2240 MFWD (with duels now)
    145 FEL, 8ft Rear blade (now I need a 12ft blade)



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    Default Re: Happy BIRD-day!

    We finally got home from the grand B-day party. And I can tell you that Bird's family is as special as he is. The video with his life time pictures made us all seem like part of his family. The wonderful meal and good friends made this a very special day for all of us.

    We had a bit of excitement on the way home also. A Hummer was driving erratically behind us (we were in a Prius) on these dark Texas roads and it look like he was going to pass us on the outside lane as we were going across a bridge. In my side view mirror I saw him smash up against the bridge guard rail swerving in both lanes and still gaining on us. I did not feel like he could pass us without hitting us also so I accelerated to get out of danger. However he continued to swerve and gain on us. Karen was on the phone to 911 looking at the GPS giving our location as we were going 85 mph. The dispatcher Transfer our call to another agency as we were passing county lines. When he turned off the main road we informed the dispatcher and 10 minutes later she called back and reported that the officers had located the Hummer and the driver had denied everything. With other 911 calls about this same vehicle and the damage I think he will not be spending the night at home. I am so glad he did not have a head on collision with the other cars.
    TXDon

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    Default Re: Happy BIRD-day!

    Happy birthday Bird. I always enjoy and value your comments here on TBN.

    Ray

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