Sunday, April 26, 2009

FIRE!!!

Leaving the game last night we ran into this on Interstate 10 west bound.
That's a fucking car engulfed in flames right in the middle of the highway. Super cool stuff.

my impression of the inflatable tube guy.



Friday, April 24, 2009

Delicious


Until this night at the fair I had never indulged in fry bread with beans that had both sugar and honey on them.

Just in time for summer

The absolute freakiest Hannah Montana item for kids. The towel that watches you in the shower. This was at a local Wal-Mart and freaked me out for real.

Saturday, April 18, 2009

I love Vagina

It's TRUE!!! Women do hit their peek around 30 or so. I can't keep my old lady off of me. And you know what? I'm cool with that. I have found a new love and respect for vagina. I've even noticed that I've been eating more things that are pink in the center, just to remind me of vagina.

I'm going to make a new bumper sticker that reads "Real men love Jesus.... and Vagina!".

Otherwise they probably love penis and butthole love. And that's gay. Not vagina loving at all.

My Time in the Sand Revision

Here's a video that my buddy made of one of the convoys we did hauling shit from Kuwait to Iraq. Sick fucker put this music with it. Groovy.

Sunday, April 5, 2009

The Mobile Vietnam Memorial





There are few monuments in this country that actually make me feel proud, but the monument that our veterans have made to honor the fallen from the Vietnam War is amazing. The war itself is not a moment of pride for this country, but the comradarie and brotherhood that these soldiers, airmen, sailors, and marines had for one another shows in the shimmering polished black surface of the memorial, where name upon name is listed to remember somebody who gave the ultimate sacrifice. Doubly impressive is that there is a mobile version of the monument that travels the country so that those who can't make the trip to Washington D.C. can still be touched by it. And in an act of respect for our servicemen that have had to engage in conflicts after Vietnam, the caretakers of this monument have included a makeshift monument of dogtags showing the names of personell that have been killed in Desert Storm, Grenada, Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom. Here I have taken pictures of the moving wall, the area it was set up at, and the names of four of my friends and fellow airmen that are now listed on dogtags.