The High Road Training Program

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Jamie's Comment
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I can not thank everyone enough for whoever made The High Road Training Program, I have learned a lot from studying it over the past few days since finding it. I actually prefer it over the normal manual, simply because you take small little tests after each page; but it isn't specially about that page. It throws in random questions from other pages you have read. I have no doubt I will pass my written exam, thanks to The High Road Training Program.

Of course, I also check the Arkansas manual to learn anything specially for Arkansas, etc.

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Bolt's Comment
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Jaime, what part of Arkansas do you hail from?

Jamie's Comment
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Jaime, what part of Arkansas do you hail from?

I'm currently living in West Memphis, Arkansas. Which part are you form?

Bolt's Comment
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NW, I will be in Memphis in a few weeks for training. Or at least I hope to be.

Susan D. 's Comment
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Lol I was actually born in West Memphis. I have 3 nieces, a nephew, their kids and spouses, a sister in law (widowed) still living there and in Marion. One neice is a civil engineer, another works at FedEx and her husband is a West Memphis police officer. A highschool classmate/friend is a judge, several old classmates working for the Crittenden County sheriffs department. Born there, moved to IL at 3 years old, returned at 17 and back to IL 12 years later. Now residing part time in Kentucky and part time in Tennessee about 100 miles east of Memphis.

It's a small world.

Susan D. 's Comment
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Oh and Jaime.. are you male or female and does your last name happen to begin with a "B"? I might know you or your parents lol.

Jamie's Comment
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Lol I was actually born in West Memphis. I have 3 nieces, a nephew, their kids and spouses, a sister in law (widowed) still living there and in Marion. One neice is a civil engineer, another works at FedEx and her husband is a West Memphis police officer. A highschool classmate/friend is a judge, several old classmates working for the Crittenden County sheriffs department. Born there, moved to IL at 3 years old, returned at 17 and back to IL 12 years later. Now residing part time in Kentucky and part time in Tennessee about 100 miles east of Memphis.

It's a small world.

You know quite a few people here in West Memphis. rofl-3.gif

And to answer your other post, my last name starts with an F and I'm a male.

Susan D. 's Comment
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Okay lol. Different Jamie, was just wondering.

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