gawd bless our men in uniform!

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  1. Mikey P
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    and eight more waiting to be done
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  2. hogjowl
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    You shouldn't take advantage of our Service personnel that way.
  3. Mikey P
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    .25 a foot is a mighty fair fee.
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    And the management Co. pays, not GI Joe
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    Did they come in behind you with black lights?
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    Funny you should ask.

    I was asking if they used one after the families moved out just yesterday, turns out it's against company policy to do so. No reason why was given. If in doubt replace.
    I have the worse one yet today, not pet related, just funk and BO.
    It was all set to be replaced yesterday but the installer never showed. Family moves in tomorrow.
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    You and Oinkhead make a giant difference in the lives of service families. Leased or on-base housing is typically drab and a bit depressing, but having a clean home to move into is huge.
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