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  1. #11651

    Seymour

    Does anyone know of any girls in Seymour.

  2. #11650

    Cosby gal needs help

    Hey I have a friend in cosby that needs help. She is 24 beautiful and pregnant. If you are in the area and can help send me you info. She is very good at everything.

  3. #11649
    Quote Originally Posted by SlowPokeds  [View Original Post]
    Any onfo on this lady? Hopefully I got link right.

    http://knoxville.skipthegames.com/fe...y/161810216918
    She is legit I've seen her a couple of times but she has ghosted me at least 5 times.

  4. #11648

    Ghosted me

    Quote Originally Posted by Dgtn1  [View Original Post]
    Check under these names, been reviewed several times. Comments are anywhere from lackluster to pretty good. Several, including me, have mentioned pictures don't do her justice.
    Send a message to hours later got a reply I replied back three hours and got another one then another one for hours later and then completely ghosted.

  5. #11647
    [Deleted by Admin]

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This report was deleted because it contributed nothing of value and in fact constituted a complete waste of bandwidth.

    The purpose of this Forum is to provide for the exchange if information between men on the subject of finding women for sex. Let's stick to the subject.

  6. #11646

    Christy, Cristi?

    Quote Originally Posted by SlowPokeds  [View Original Post]
    Any onfo on this lady? Hopefully I got link right.

    http://knoxville.skipthegames.com/fe...y/161810216918
    Check under these names, been reviewed several times. Comments are anywhere from lackluster to pretty good. Several, including me, have mentioned pictures don't do her justice.

  7. #11645

    Attached

    Quote Originally Posted by WestCoastKnox  [View Original Post]
    Having to carry paperwork in order to travel is utter nonsense. So much so that Knoxville is saying to go ahead and call 911 if this happens to you, because if it does. Then you are being scammed.
    That is Knox County Policy as of now Problem is some can if they so.

    http://fox17.com/news/local/tennesse...-at-home-order

  8. #11644

    Stress away?

    Any onfo on this lady? Hopefully I got link right.

    http://knoxville.skipthegames.com/fe...y/161810216918

  9. #11643

    Travel Papers

    Quote Originally Posted by Swartzs  [View Original Post]
    I got question in Morristown. Hamblen County on my travel due to my Knox County Tags They are watching for other County / states per the officer I was at the local Lowe's.
    Having to carry paperwork in order to travel is utter nonsense. So much so that Knoxville is saying to go ahead and call 911 if this happens to you, because if it does. Then you are being scammed.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails IMG_90291.jpg‎  

  10. #11642

    Essential

    Quote Originally Posted by PaperMaker  [View Original Post]
    The company I work for issued us a letter it's a basic form letter that says the company is an essential company. It says that if I'm traveling to or from work or for company business that I have permission. If you work for a business that is on the list as essential they should issue you a letter. It's supposed to keep you from getting a ticket or arrested if they ever get to that point.
    I got question in Morristown. Hamblen County on my travel due to my Knox County Tags They are watching for other County / states per the officer I was at the local Lowe's.

  11. #11641

    Letter

    Quote Originally Posted by DiverJames  [View Original Post]
    There is no big secret on the letter. Most essential companies who need their employees to work have been writing letters saying your XYZ's employees and it's essential that you work blah blah blah. My company has one because it's a nationwide company and there are certain states that either require them for travel or getting ready to but we are not at that point yet.

    Dj.
    The company I work for issued us a letter it's a basic form letter that says the company is an essential company. It says that if I'm traveling to or from work or for company business that I have permission. If you work for a business that is on the list as essential they should issue you a letter. It's supposed to keep you from getting a ticket or arrested if they ever get to that point.

  12. #11640

    Credentials

    There is no big secret on the letter. Most essential companies who need their employees to work have been writing letters saying your XYZ's employees and it's essential that you work blah blah blah. My company has one because it's a nationwide company and there are certain states that either require them for travel or getting ready to but we are not at that point yet.

    Dj.

    Quote Originally Posted by Macintn  [View Original Post]
    I doubt you care to tell us who issued these credentials you speak of? If you would like to PM it that would be fine. I am interested because I am still being required to work my normal work schedule but we are being given nothing to verify our need to be out. Thanks.

  13. #11639
    Quote Originally Posted by OldGeezer11  [View Original Post]
    I'm retired, but I recently received a letter and rear view mirror tag which allows me to travel freely. Don't be surprised if tougher guidelines come into play sometime soon.

    OG 11.
    I doubt you care to tell us who issued these credentials you speak of? If you would like to PM it that would be fine. I am interested because I am still being required to work my normal work schedule but we are being given nothing to verify our need to be out. Thanks.

  14. #11638

    These next few weeks will be interesting

    Quote Originally Posted by JoeyMahoney69  [View Original Post]
    The men and women of the Knox County Sheriff's Office stand ready to protect the Citizens of Knox County. The Oath of Office requires that we uphold the Constitution and enforce the Laws of the State of Tennessee without fear, favor or prejudice.

    We are living in an unprecedented time that is requiring and will continue to require for the foreseeable future, strange and unusual responses. There is no question that we are faced with a deadly pandemic that each of us must take seriously. That is going to require us as law enforcement and citizens to work together, united, to not only flatten the curve but to protect and preserve lives.

    Tennesseans have a long history of not only "volunteering" but stepping up and doing the right thing. We as a State are and always have been stronger in times of uncertainty and adversity. Our Parents, Grandparents and Great Grandparents proved to each of us their resilience in times much tougher than these. The sacrifices of those who came before us laid an unshakable foundation that provided us with a great Country in which we can be proud.

    Governor Lee has asked each of us to do our part, to stay home and limit travel unless absolutely necessary. We NEED to follow his advice, not only because it is necessary to preserve life but it is the right thing to do in these trying times.

    As a Knox County resident. I have always been proud of our Citizens common decency and law abiding nature. I am confident that now, in these difficult weeks ahead that this will remain true. I know the good people of Knox County will accept personal responsibility and follow the Stay at Home orders that Governor Lee has issued.

    We as law enforcement don't want to be the "bad guys / gals" in this situation. Governor Lee has asked that Law Enforcement take action against those in violation of the Stay at Home Orders. He has allowed each agency to use their own discretion. If you are unaware of the orders and their contents, they can be found on our website at www.knoxsheriff.org.

    I am confident that we at the Knox County Sheriff's Office will have very few incidents where we must take action, this is because as I previously stated, we have good people who truly want to do the right thing and now more than ever the RIGHT thing is simply staying at home.

    Lastly, I want you to know that when elected, I never imagined we would be where we are today, faced with a very deadly pandemic but I also want you to know that I have never been more proud and more honored to be YOUR Sheriff and to lead some of the most incredible men and women in the State at the Knox County Sheriff's Office.

    May God Bless the United State of America and may God Bless Tennessee.

    Tom Spangler, Knox County Sheriff.
    I'm retired, but I recently received a letter and rear view mirror tag which allows me to travel freely. Don't be surprised if tougher guidelines come into play sometime soon.

    OG 11.

  15. #11637

    Kcso

    The men and women of the Knox County Sheriff's Office stand ready to protect the Citizens of Knox County. The Oath of Office requires that we uphold the Constitution and enforce the Laws of the State of Tennessee without fear, favor or prejudice.

    We are living in an unprecedented time that is requiring and will continue to require for the foreseeable future, strange and unusual responses. There is no question that we are faced with a deadly pandemic that each of us must take seriously. That is going to require us as law enforcement and citizens to work together, united, to not only flatten the curve but to protect and preserve lives.

    Tennesseans have a long history of not only "volunteering" but stepping up and doing the right thing. We as a State are and always have been stronger in times of uncertainty and adversity. Our Parents, Grandparents and Great Grandparents proved to each of us their resilience in times much tougher than these. The sacrifices of those who came before us laid an unshakable foundation that provided us with a great Country in which we can be proud.

    Governor Lee has asked each of us to do our part, to stay home and limit travel unless absolutely necessary. We NEED to follow his advice, not only because it is necessary to preserve life but it is the right thing to do in these trying times.

    As a Knox County resident. I have always been proud of our Citizens common decency and law abiding nature. I am confident that now, in these difficult weeks ahead that this will remain true. I know the good people of Knox County will accept personal responsibility and follow the Stay at Home orders that Governor Lee has issued.

    We as law enforcement don't want to be the "bad guys / gals" in this situation. Governor Lee has asked that Law Enforcement take action against those in violation of the Stay at Home Orders. He has allowed each agency to use their own discretion. If you are unaware of the orders and their contents, they can be found on our website at www.knoxsheriff.org.

    I am confident that we at the Knox County Sheriff's Office will have very few incidents where we must take action, this is because as I previously stated, we have good people who truly want to do the right thing and now more than ever the RIGHT thing is simply staying at home.

    Lastly, I want you to know that when elected, I never imagined we would be where we are today, faced with a very deadly pandemic but I also want you to know that I have never been more proud and more honored to be YOUR Sheriff and to lead some of the most incredible men and women in the State at the Knox County Sheriff's Office.

    May God Bless the United State of America and may God Bless Tennessee.

    Tom Spangler, Knox County Sheriff.

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