Thursday, August 03, 2006

ready or not.

it's been almost a year since i've been back from Iraq...someone asked me to write about my time overseas, so i did. i've decided to share it with anyone who's interested for a couple of reasons...1) i'm sick of hearing people talk about this is right and this is wrong, and Soldiers are bad people... blah blah blah....the majority of the people sharing their opinion really have no clue what they are talking about...its driving me crazy. 2) why not? could be interesting.

i probably talk about situations you don't want to hear about, i probably don't talk enough about other situations...regardless, read it and then complain.

6 Comments:

Blogger Caulkboy said...

Thank you for your service and sacrifice. Looking forward to hear about your time in Iraq.

8/03/2006 09:09:00 PM  
Blogger Lois Lane said...

Thank you! how did you find this blog so quickly?

8/03/2006 09:28:00 PM  
Anonymous timmy said...

"Soldiers are bad people... blah blah blah...."

Hmmm...Yeah, I think I know one place where you've been getting those transmissions.

This is great. Keep it up. I'm with Caulkboy, thanks for all you've given. And despite what some other people have said, I believe that our soldiers are the finest people on this planet.

I need this blog. You have a unique voice and you're entertaining as all hell.

8/04/2006 09:43:00 AM  
Blogger Caulkboy said...

Sometimes I will click on the "Next Blog" on the top right of my blog and and just see what people are writing about, basically being nosey. I came across a blog where the picture on the profile was a girl who was "very easy on the eyes", so I started clicking stuff and somehow it directed me to this blog.

Is that your other blog page?

8/06/2006 10:59:00 AM  
Anonymous Noodlehead said...

YEA! Keep up the good work and feed us the info...

You are always welcome to take the advantages that SaveTheSoldiers.com has to offer including

Soldier Spotlight, Website Spotlight, Link Exchange, The Wall of heroes, and much much more...

Thanks so much for your service...

Dedicated to exposing and stopping the MSM from assaulting our troops..

Noodlehead

8/07/2006 01:03:00 AM  
Blogger rugbyman13 said...

hi
I am french i am living in Bordeaux and I follow all the news from Irak
be strong guy
My fight in France is Rugby League this sport was forbidden in 1940 by Vichy governement since this date this sport keep on living but it is very hard In France the Rugby played by 15 players is stronger than the Rugby league created too in the North of England
I am looking for a big american sponsor or partner and I work for the Girondins de Bordeaux Rugby XIII
In america you have the Tomahawks (XIII)and the Eagle (XV)
the link of my blog is:
http://rugbyman13.rmcinfo.fr
I can send you photos and videos of this wonderful sport

And believe in my trust of USA
I wish to you and your friends all my friendness

apologize my bad english

My name is Frank surname Perrin i was born in Biarritz in 1954 and my father was a military man
He fighted during world war 2 was wounded three times then go to Vietnam (Indochine) and finally in Algeria in 1962 a real fighter

kind regards all et see you soon I hope in USA

12/09/2006 01:33:00 PM  

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