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|August 29th, 2008||#1|
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. . .morning. . . info
after i got out in '76, i returned home and went back to my local police station. i finally retired in 2004. i have twins--a boy and a girl--now 24; my daughter is expecting, probably by next spring. i also have a younger son, now 22.
i've been trying to keep an eye on things since 2001 0911, which is often difficult. in addition, my oldest nephew is career Army, and is now training for his upcoming FOURTH tour in Iraq. the war already cost him his marriage, but he was able to hold onto his 10-year-old daughter. when he was here this Easter for a 10-day leave, it was the first time he'd seen her in eighteen months.
myself, ah'm jes' a po' boy, and i don't have net access at home. haveta rely on public access. and i spend lots of time spread across the net, at numerous sites i have. my listed 'homepage' is really an incomplete collection of sites and homepages and feeds i have.
so please don't be offended if you don't hear from me for extended periods of time. it has sometimes been weeks in between visits to a given website.
thanks, guys. . .semper fi. . .
ps: the reason you won't see that many caps in my writing is that one of my cats pulled the keys off. . .
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Welcome aboard Randy.
I'm sure you'll find many things of interest here.
|August 30th, 2008||#9|
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“War is an ugly thing but not the ugliest of things; the decayed and degraded state of moral and patriotic feelings which thinks that nothing is worth war is much worse.”
—John Stuart Mill