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Joyce
Posted 1/3/2007 7:24 AM (#22005)
Subject: Michigan State Rep



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Welcome our newest State Rep
Daryl "Flip" Davis
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Deerfield, Michigan

Thanks for volunteering



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RichardMc4
Posted 1/3/2007 9:53 AM (#22009 - in reply to #22005)
Subject: RE: Michigan State Rep



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Welcome aboard!! I hope you are ready to go to work, lol. If I can be of help please let me know.
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stevewoo
Posted 1/3/2007 10:19 AM (#22011 - in reply to #22005)
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Congratulations Flip and thanks for stepping forward!

Please send me your contact info the way you'd like it to appear in the magazine and on the Michigan state page here at sidecar.com.

Thanks!
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tfhansen
Posted 1/3/2007 1:19 PM (#22012 - in reply to #22011)
Subject: RE: Michigan State Rep



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Hey Flip,

Great to have you aboard. I would welcome you to call on me if there is anything I can do to help. We have so darn much fun with our sidecars, it's almost sinful. There are several great State Reps who work hard and make a difference. They will help if you ask. Any of our regional directors and officers will assist you in any way we can, just don't be bashful, call on us!



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SCT100
Posted 1/5/2007 10:09 PM (#22056 - in reply to #22005)
Subject: RE: Michigan State Rep


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Joyce:Thank you. I'll attend to the position just like I try do do everything else, to the best of my ability.

I must apoligize for missing the "chat" wednesday evening. I put in a 15 hour day at work, got home, fed the stock, showered and went to sleep (in bed)(I think, don't remember).

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Reardan Tom
Posted 1/6/2007 9:32 AM (#22064 - in reply to #22056)
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Originally written by SCT100 on 1/5/2007 8:09 PM

I must apoligize for missing the "chat" wednesday evening. I put in a 15 hour day at work, got home, fed the stock, showered and went to sleep (in bed)(I think, don't remember).



Sooo... Flip, what do you do in your spare time? (grin..)
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gpers2
Posted 1/6/2007 4:47 PM (#22069 - in reply to #22005)
Subject: RE: Michigan State Rep


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Welcome Flip.
If you have any questions, give a shout.
Get some rest.
CA Rep.


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SCT100
Posted 1/6/2007 10:40 PM (#22078 - in reply to #22064)
Subject: RE: Michigan State Rep


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Originally written by Reardan Tom on 1/6/2007 10:32 AM

Originally written by SCT100 on 1/5/2007 8:09 PM

I must apoligize for missing the "chat" wednesday evening. I put in a 15 hour day at work, got home, fed the stock, showered and went to sleep (in bed)(I think, don't remember).

Sooo... Flip, what do you do in your spare time? (grin..)
Well Tom,

I work a full time job as a scrap hauler for the second largest steel processor in the country, My wife Amy and I raise Percheron Draft Horses, that's her hobby though I keep the barns clean and do poop removal. I own a custom forage operation and if that isn't enough I own a prototype machine and fabricating shop where I can pursue my fantisies and make money at the same time. I do high performance engine work as well as heavy fabrication and fiddle with motorcycle stuff. My wife also has a full time job in addition to helping me on the farm. She runs a tractor better than I do. I even find time to ride my bikes on a regular basis. Hopefully, retirement soon will remove the day jobs and free up some more time for play time.

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Reardan Tom
Posted 1/7/2007 8:44 AM (#22080 - in reply to #22078)
Subject: RE: Michigan State Rep



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Wow! You must have found a way to squeeze about 30 hours out of a day! I've known lots of people who were busier in retirement than they were before. I'd bet you'll be one of those people. I went back to work (if you call it that) after I retired because after thinking I'd find something lucrative to do in my shop, I found everything I was doing there was costing money rather than bringing it in. And I needed a job to be focused. I drive school bus which is the most fun job I've ever had and it leaves the summer open. Good luck to you and your wife in all your endeavors Flip!
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SCT100
Posted 1/7/2007 9:54 AM (#22081 - in reply to #22080)
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Tom:Around these parts, it's said: "Farm 'till you go broke". I support the farm with other "money making" endeavors. I'm not sure I could drive a school bus. Young children and old opinionated farts like me don't mix too well.
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