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  • View author's info Author posted on Jul 09, 2005 at 15:05


    Nope...its not Atlantic City. If you've ever wondered to yourself how do you send thanks, or show your support to our troops, check out OperationAC. They can be found on the web, with a dot then a com after their name.

    I'm not affiliated with them, just support them. Over the past year I've adopted two soliders, both of which are stationed in Iraq. We get a chance to exchange letters (snail and electronic) back and forth, and I try to send out a monthly care package out to them. You'd be surprised at what they don't have, and need.

    If you dont want to get that involved, you can just them a card from the site. It's a non-profit service, and doesnt cost anything to send a card, or adopt a solider.

    Regardless of your own political beliefs, agendas, or feelings about war, we can't forget about those who volunteer on our behalf.

    Stay Safe...Keep the Rubber Side Down!
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  • View author's info posted on Jul 17, 2005 at 07:41



    Hell now I got another kid!!! Dayummm!!! I hope this one don't cost me as much as my others!!!!

    All kidding aside, I'm glad that we can do something for one of our service people!! I'm disgusted with our government for not giving these people all the essentials that they need. It doesn't make a dam bit of sense to me given what they spend on chit like the party for Bush after he was re-elected!!

    Anyway the "Laconia group" is happy to kick in what we can!!

    It's a boy!! Yehaw another boy to teach ridin motorcycles to!! A few other things I can teach him to, but I won't go over that now!!!!

    HE WILL BE JOHNSONIZED!!!!!!! GIDDYUP!!!!!!!!!!!!



    Well the good thing, is they are grown, so it shouldnt cost us to much. Then again, when were kids ever cheap! :-)

    And I couldnt agree with you more, it makes no sense that these guys/gals dont get even the basic things they need everyday. Example: They are issues a certain set of socks, boots, etc...then they are responsible for replacements. Example: One of my recently adoopted guys wrote to me asking me if I could send him two-way radios, with headsets, because they didnt have them. And these guys are assigned to a scout patrol. I can go on and on.

    Bikeman...I'm up your way a few times a year. One of these days, we should get together for a cold one, or two, or three...

    Stay safe....

    Jers
  • View author's info posted on Jul 16, 2005 at 18:37



    MidnightHarleyRun write:

    secretsquirrel write:

    Nodey write:
    Thanks for posting the site MHR. Went there and checked out the Video section. Clicked on the link and what do you know. Clips from the 278th RCT from the Tennessee National Guard,and from those mighty Screaming Eagles of the 101st Airborne! Second video of a tribute to their fallen brothers was sad and makes us realize what sacrifices these men do make to ensure freedom.
    Goes to show there's more than hillbillies to come out of Tn.

    The least we can do is give just a little of ourselves to those who give so much more of themselves.


    Have a safe trip Rocky...and have fun!



    thanks nodey tina and I are on a quest..

    we'll have the puter and cell's with us so check in any time....your always a pleasure to talk to.....

    stand tall G/F you deserve a forever after.....



    Nodey...I'm glad to see you checked it out. Its a real good thing they set up. The videos really do put things into perspective, and the request in the letters, really make you realize how something so small, like SS said "a can of tuna" can make a difference.

    BTW..I read your posts, always enjoy what you have to say. Straight and to the point, like it should be.

    SS...Have a great time, be careful in your travels. I'm heading up to MASS next week myself (work, but gonna get some "me" time I'm sure).

    Keep me posted on the "new addition". Also, glad to see the delivery was easy. Nice though, no need to raise him.

    Peace...Stay Safe...

    Jers


    Hell now I got another kid!!! Dayummm!!! I hope this one don't cost me as much as my others!!!!

    All kidding aside, I'm glad that we can do something for one of our service people!! I'm disgusted with our government for not giving these people all the essentials that they need. It doesn't make a dam bit of sense to me given what they spend on chit like the party for Bush after he was re-elected!!

    Anyway the "Laconia group" is happy to kick in what we can!!

    It's a boy!! Yehaw another boy to teach ridin motorcycles to!! A few other things I can teach him to, but I won't go over that now!!!!

    HE WILL BE JOHNSONIZED!!!!!!! GIDDYUP!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • View author's info posted on Jul 16, 2005 at 16:18



    secretsquirrel write:

    Nodey write:
    Thanks for posting the site MHR. Went there and checked out the Video section. Clicked on the link and what do you know. Clips from the 278th RCT from the Tennessee National Guard,and from those mighty Screaming Eagles of the 101st Airborne! Second video of a tribute to their fallen brothers was sad and makes us realize what sacrifices these men do make to ensure freedom.
    Goes to show there's more than hillbillies to come out of Tn.

    The least we can do is give just a little of ourselves to those who give so much more of themselves.


    Have a safe trip Rocky...and have fun!



    thanks nodey tina and I are on a quest..

    we'll have the puter and cell's with us so check in any time....your always a pleasure to talk to.....

    stand tall G/F you deserve a forever after.....



    Nodey...I'm glad to see you checked it out. Its a real good thing they set up. The videos really do put things into perspective, and the request in the letters, really make you realize how something so small, like SS said "a can of tuna" can make a difference.

    BTW..I read your posts, always enjoy what you have to say. Straight and to the point, like it should be.

    SS...Have a great time, be careful in your travels. I'm heading up to MASS next week myself (work, but gonna get some "me" time I'm sure).

    Keep me posted on the "new addition". Also, glad to see the delivery was easy. Nice though, no need to raise him.

    Peace...Stay Safe...

    Jers
  • View author's info posted on Jul 16, 2005 at 13:41



    Nodey write:
    Thanks for posting the site MHR. Went there and checked out the Video section. Clicked on the link and what do you know. Clips from the 278th RCT from the Tennessee National Guard,and from those mighty Screaming Eagles of the 101st Airborne! Second video of a tribute to their fallen brothers was sad and makes us realize what sacrifices these men do make to ensure freedom.
    Goes to show there's more than hillbillies to come out of Tn.

    The least we can do is give just a little of ourselves to those who give so much more of themselves.


    Have a safe trip Rocky...and have fun!



    thanks nodey tina and I are on a quest..

    we'll have the puter and cell's with us so check in any time....your always a pleasure to talk to.....

    stand tall G/F you deserve a forever after.....
  • View author's info posted on Jul 16, 2005 at 13:38


    Thanks for posting the site MHR. Went there and checked out the Video section. Clicked on the link and what do you know. Clips from the 278th RCT from the Tennessee National Guard,and from those mighty Screaming Eagles of the 101st Airborne! Second video of a tribute to their fallen brothers was sad and makes us realize what sacrifices these men do make to ensure freedom.
    Goes to show there's more than hillbillies to come out of Tn.

    The least we can do is give just a little of ourselves to those who give so much more of themselves.


    Have a safe trip Rocky...and have fun!
  • View author's info posted on Jul 16, 2005 at 13:23



    Nodey write:

    secretsquirrel write:

    MidnightHarleyRun write:
    Nope...its not Atlantic City. If you've ever wondered to yourself how do you send thanks, or show your support to our troops, check out OperationAC. They can be found on the web, with a dot then a com after their name.

    I'm not affiliated with them, just support them. Over the past year I've adopted two soliders, both of which are stationed in Iraq. We get a chance to exchange letters (snail and electronic) back and forth, and I try to send out a monthly care package out to them. You'd be surprised at what they don't have, and need.

    If you dont want to get that involved, you can just them a card from the site. It's a non-profit service, and doesnt cost anything to send a card, or adopt a solider.

    Regardless of your own political beliefs, agendas, or feelings about war, we can't forget about those who volunteer on our behalf.

    Stay Safe...Keep the Rubber Side Down!

    the east coast ding bats...docs dolls are....wanting to contribute to your cause....ask us what you want baby....ain't blowing up my boob's for you...

    but will flash you a tastey treat..



    Count this Doll in Rocky. I didn't realize that a bag of peanuts and a pair of socks meant that much to our guys overseas.
    It's sad that they are there away from their loved ones,and they don't even have the bare necessaties.



    you got it Nodster....sending him a birthday present!!!!

    easiest one to give birth to yet but Damn they keep getting bigger and bigger!!
  • View author's info posted on Jul 16, 2005 at 13:19



    MidnightHarleyRun write:



    IT'S A BOY!!!!!

    Sgt. Aaron Mulroy.....

    I've posted to him and sent him some pics of the Laconia Normals....Told him we adopted him....and that we have started a care package for him and his...

    Thanks Night Man this feels so good ....to give something back...


    Congrats SS!!!

    You're right it does feel good. And the feeling gets even better when you start writing back and forth. It's amazing the things we take for granted because they are readily available. Each time I send a care package out, I ask them what else they may need, its amazing the little things we dont even think about, that they miss from home that makes their day. For example in one of my letters back, one of them asked for Spaghetti O's, and another one wanted Slim Jims.

    Again...Congrats!!




    your so right!! didn't know Tuna was so precious......

    Waiting for mai#l.....got the normal Laconia's sending mai#l my way!!!

    off to Colorado...will check in...
  • View author's info posted on Jul 16, 2005 at 11:50



    blondeharleygirl write:

    MidnightHarleyRun write:
    Thanks all for the responses back....if you go the web...look up world wide web dot operation ac dot com.

    There are several links, including a link called bikers for boots. That area is sponsored by Mikes H-D down in DE. But there are several ways to get involved.

    Oh SS, we dont want you to blow up your boobs! Gotta have something good for the boys to look forward to coming home to.



    Perhaps SS when the BK Babes get together in Aug for the BK Babe Birthday Bash we can have a Special AC Photo shoot..maybe we'll even give em some nipple print autographs


    Lol..awesome idea BHG! I might even get brave enough...with the help of the tequila of course!
  • View author's info posted on Jul 16, 2005 at 11:48



    secretsquirrel write:

    MidnightHarleyRun write:
    Nope...its not Atlantic City. If you've ever wondered to yourself how do you send thanks, or show your support to our troops, check out OperationAC. They can be found on the web, with a dot then a com after their name.

    I'm not affiliated with them, just support them. Over the past year I've adopted two soliders, both of which are stationed in Iraq. We get a chance to exchange letters (snail and electronic) back and forth, and I try to send out a monthly care package out to them. You'd be surprised at what they don't have, and need.

    If you dont want to get that involved, you can just them a card from the site. It's a non-profit service, and doesnt cost anything to send a card, or adopt a solider.

    Regardless of your own political beliefs, agendas, or feelings about war, we can't forget about those who volunteer on our behalf.

    Stay Safe...Keep the Rubber Side Down!

    the east coast ding bats...docs dolls are....wanting to contribute to your cause....ask us what you want baby....ain't blowing up my boob's for you...

    but will flash you a tastey treat..



    Count this Doll in Rocky. I didn't realize that a bag of peanuts and a pair of socks meant that much to our guys overseas.
    It's sad that they are there away from their loved ones,and they don't even have the bare necessaties.
  • View author's info posted on Jul 16, 2005 at 05:49





    IT'S A BOY!!!!!

    Sgt. Aaron Mulroy.....

    I've posted to him and sent him some pics of the Laconia Normals....Told him we adopted him....and that we have started a care package for him and his...

    Thanks Night Man this feels so good ....to give something back...


    Congrats SS!!!

    You're right it does feel good. And the feeling gets even better when you start writing back and forth. It's amazing the things we take for granted because they are readily available. Each time I send a care package out, I ask them what else they may need, its amazing the little things we dont even think about, that they miss from home that makes their day. For example in one of my letters back, one of them asked for Spaghetti O's, and another one wanted Slim Jims.

    Again...Congrats!!
  • View author's info posted on Jul 15, 2005 at 21:23



    MidnightHarleyRun write:

    secretsquirrel write:

    MidnightHarleyRun write:
    Nope...its not Atlantic City. If you've ever wondered to yourself how do you send thanks, or show your support to our troops, check out OperationAC. They can be found on the web, with a dot then a com after their name.
    I'm not affiliated with them, just support them. Over the past year I've adopted two soliders, both of which are stationed in Iraq. We get a chance to exchange letters (snail and electronic) back and forth, and I try to send out a monthly care package out to them. You'd be surprised at what they don't have, and need.

    If you dont want to get that involved, you can just them a card from the site. It's a non-profit service, and doesnt cost anything to send a card, or adopt a solider.

    Regardless of your own political beliefs, agendas, or feelings about war, we can't forget about those who volunteer on our behalf.

    Stay Safe...Keep the Rubber Side Down!



    Question Night man....

    How long does it take to pair me up with my new off spring??

    Haven't heard from them yet....

    you left that out....

    squirrel back to the forest...



    SS - it shouldn't be more then 7 - 10 days, they usually are quicker than that. With the two I've adopted, I was sent their info within a week of signing up.

    Keep me posted and let me know when you get your new off spring.

    Be safe....Jers

    P.S. Dont forget the two glossy 8 x 10's

    :-)




    IT'S A BOY!!!!!

    Sgt. Aaron Mulroy.....

    I've posted to him and sent him some pics of the Laconia Normals....Told him we adopted him....and that we have started a care package for him and his...

    Thanks Night Man this feels so good ....to give something back...
  • View author's info posted on Jul 14, 2005 at 17:42



    secretsquirrel write:

    MidnightHarleyRun write:
    Nope...its not Atlantic City. If you've ever wondered to yourself how do you send thanks, or show your support to our troops, check out OperationAC. They can be found on the web, with a dot then a com after their name.
    I'm not affiliated with them, just support them. Over the past year I've adopted two soliders, both of which are stationed in Iraq. We get a chance to exchange letters (snail and electronic) back and forth, and I try to send out a monthly care package out to them. You'd be surprised at what they don't have, and need.

    If you dont want to get that involved, you can just them a card from the site. It's a non-profit service, and doesnt cost anything to send a card, or adopt a solider.

    Regardless of your own political beliefs, agendas, or feelings about war, we can't forget about those who volunteer on our behalf.

    Stay Safe...Keep the Rubber Side Down!



    Question Night man....

    How long does it take to pair me up with my new off spring??

    Haven't heard from them yet....

    you left that out....

    squirrel back to the forest...



    SS - it shouldn't be more then 7 - 10 days, they usually are quicker than that. With the two I've adopted, I was sent their info within a week of signing up.

    Keep me posted and let me know when you get your new off spring.

    Be safe....Jers

    P.S. Dont forget the two glossy 8 x 10's

    :-)
  • View author's info posted on Jul 13, 2005 at 20:29



    blondeharleygirl write:

    MidnightHarleyRun write:
    Thanks all for the responses back....if you go the web...look up world wide web dot operation ac dot com.

    There are several links, including a link called bikers for boots. That area is sponsored by Mikes H-D down in DE. But there are several ways to get involved.

    Oh SS, we dont want you to blow up your boobs! Gotta have something good for the boys to look forward to coming home to.



    Perhaps SS when the BK Babes get together in Aug for the BK Babe Birthday Bash we can have a Special AC Photo shoot..maybe we'll even give em some nipple print autographs



    we will have the peeper drooling...

    hell lets start something....they need alot of stuff our men and women...lets get together a care package and let everyone contribute at the BK party send it on with the pics....
  • View author's info posted on Jul 13, 2005 at 20:23



    MidnightHarleyRun write:
    Nope...its not Atlantic City. If you've ever wondered to yourself how do you send thanks, or show your support to our troops, check out OperationAC. They can be found on the web, with a dot then a com after their name.
    I'm not affiliated with them, just support them. Over the past year I've adopted two soliders, both of which are stationed in Iraq. We get a chance to exchange letters (snail and electronic) back and forth, and I try to send out a monthly care package out to them. You'd be surprised at what they don't have, and need.

    If you dont want to get that involved, you can just them a card from the site. It's a non-profit service, and doesnt cost anything to send a card, or adopt a solider.

    Regardless of your own political beliefs, agendas, or feelings about war, we can't forget about those who volunteer on our behalf.

    Stay Safe...Keep the Rubber Side Down!



    Question Night man....

    How long does it take to pair me up with my new off spring??

    Haven't heard from them yet....

    you left that out....

    squirrel back to the forest...
  • View author's info posted on Jul 13, 2005 at 20:20



    blondeharleygirl write:

    MidnightHarleyRun write:
    Thanks all for the responses back....if you go the web...look up world wide web dot operation ac dot com.

    There are several links, including a link called bikers for boots. That area is sponsored by Mikes H-D down in DE. But there are several ways to get involved.

    Oh SS, we dont want you to blow up your boobs! Gotta have something good for the boys to look forward to coming home to.



    Perhaps SS when the BK Babes get together in Aug for the BK Babe Birthday Bash we can have a Special AC Photo shoot..maybe we'll even give em some nipple print autographs



    Blondie you reading my mind?

    I will even give them some G-string cleavage if you do.......
  • View author's info posted on Jul 13, 2005 at 19:35



    MidnightHarleyRun write:
    Nope...its not Atlantic City. If you've ever wondered to yourself how do you send thanks, or show your support to our troops, check out OperationAC. They can be found on the web, with a dot then a com after their name.

    I'm not affiliated with them, just support them. Over the past year I've adopted two soliders, both of which are stationed in Iraq. We get a chance to exchange letters (snail and electronic) back and forth, and I try to send out a monthly care package out to them. You'd be surprised at what they don't have, and need.

    If you dont want to get that involved, you can just them a card from the site. It's a non-profit service, and doesnt cost anything to send a card, or adopt a solider.

    Regardless of your own political beliefs, agendas, or feelings about war, we can't forget about those who volunteer on our behalf.

    Stay Safe...Keep the Rubber Side Down!

    Thanks Midnight, very cool.
  • View author's info posted on Jul 13, 2005 at 18:11



    blondeharleygirl write:

    MidnightHarleyRun write:
    Thanks all for the responses back....if you go the web...look up world wide web dot operation ac dot com.

    There are several links, including a link called bikers for boots. That area is sponsored by Mikes H-D down in DE. But there are several ways to get involved.

    Oh SS, we dont want you to blow up your boobs! Gotta have something good for the boys to look forward to coming home to.



    Perhaps SS when the BK Babes get together in Aug for the BK Babe Birthday Bash we can have a Special AC Photo shoot..maybe we'll even give em some nipple print autographs



    Put me on the list for two glossy 8 x 10's please! :-)
  • View author's info posted on Jul 12, 2005 at 22:14



    MidnightHarleyRun write:
    Thanks all for the responses back....if you go the web...look up world wide web dot operation ac dot com.

    There are several links, including a link called bikers for boots. That area is sponsored by Mikes H-D down in DE. But there are several ways to get involved.

    Oh SS, we dont want you to blow up your boobs! Gotta have something good for the boys to look forward to coming home to.



    Perhaps SS when the BK Babes get together in Aug for the BK Babe Birthday Bash we can have a Special AC Photo shoot..maybe we'll even give em some nipple print autographs
  • View author's info posted on Jul 12, 2005 at 22:06



    MidnightHarleyRun write:

    secretsquirrel write:

    MidnightHarleyRun write:

    secretsquirrel write:


    I love adoption....hope they like squirrel meat.......



    Well if they say they don't its just fatigue, once they get their heads cleared, they'll realize nothing beats eating squirrel!! ;-)



    Thanks for the site!!!Night Man....

    Took your advice and applied for adoption.....

    now just waiting for the blessed event to e-mai*l with all the details...

    looked through the site... more people should get involved...it was very humbling....

    Thanks again...

    Rocky=.)



    SS..Thanks for going to the site, and actually putting in for an adoption. You'll really be surprised how quick they are to assigning a solider to you.

    I've only been hanging out on this site for about a month, so anything you can do to pass the word would be great.

    Stay Safe...Keep the Rubber Side Down, and know there is always an open invitation out my way for anyone who wants to ride. You can always find me at MY1992FXR at American On Line dot com.

    Peace!



    your Welcome!!!

    just waiting to see If I have a boy or a girl.....
    looked at some of the video's.

    amazing what they have to endure.....

    we take so much for granted here in this country....

    spend one day in there boots....looking forward to my charge!
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