Anyone who has read this post, knows that I’ve been extremly busy. That guy Joe, whom Dave and I worked together to cover for, has quit. I have decided to take his route and leave the bakery. My boss at the bakery has talked me into staying on as the Saturday baker, […]
Archive for February, 2005
Yes, blood is still pumping through my body and at times rational thought can escape. But that really isn’t the point of this post. The real point is. . .
Today, February 22nd, is my twenty-first birthday. I am fully legal. It is a scary thought, isn’t it?
For those of you that want to buy me […]
Today, the Kyoto pact, a treaty designed to ease the globes sufferage of mankind through strict reductions of global warming gasses went into effect, although without U.S. involvement. The lack of involvement has caused fourteen U.S. Senators to put foward a bill to force this country to go along with this economic disaster. […]
Those for you that can remember back far enough will know that I’ve left my desk job and headed out to guard the ammo dump. Now, this is definitely a new experience for me and so far, it has ups and downs.
I work two days straight, four hours on, eight hours off, repeat. That is […]
One of my daily routines is check out Doonsebury. Each morning (2:00 a.m. MST), after I feed the cats, start coffee, attend to any laundry and take a shower, I grab a cup of joe, start up the ‘ol computer and head straight to Doonsebury. Don’t ask me why, I just do.
The four Egyptions captured yesterday are free. The big question on my mind deals with a pair of contradictory statements. The first is from this ariticle
Kidnappers released four Egyptian engineers who had been abducted in the Iraqi capital 24 hours earlier
and the second comes from this one
U.S. forces stormed a house to free […]
Ward L. Churchill. A man who has found himself at the very center of controversy on many occasions, is now a household name. The Colorado University Board of Regents is considering removeing him from his tenured posistion at CU. Governor Owens wants him gone. My fellow citizens here in Colorado […]
I start guard duty tomorrow morning at 0800. I’m really nervous about it, but I know it’ll all be okay. The hours are even worse than I expected. I am not allowed to leave the compound during the two days that I am on duty. After a shift I head from the guard shack to […]
I really have no clue what in the world got into everyone over the last two days that I’ve been missing because of work. At this point, I really don’t care. Yes, Austin was wrong not to give credit where do, but he corrected his mistake. Yes, Jordan was wrong for calling the young guy […]
I’ve been following the Sheriff Hill story fairly closely (thanks to DvlDogLvr for this update), and it looks like the deputies are getting closer to being reinstated.
There were court dates both yesterday and today down in Georgia. Yesterday’s case prohibited Hill from any acts of vengeance against the deputies that he fired his first day […]
I got the idea today that I should start a BlogRoll for those Marines/former Marines out in the ’sphere. If you fall or know someone who falls into that category, please place the link in the comments section. I will begin building the BlogRoll later tonight.
The last few days have been especially crazy so I’ve not posted much.
Staff Sergeant has pinned on Warrant Officer and leaves in two weeks for The Basic School. Good luck, sir. I am changing commands for a bit. I’m not sure exactly how long I will be over with Supply Battalion, but I know I’m […]