Tuesday, January 30, 2007

My Fine Is $475.50!

Here’s how it works: You don’t have to confess your answers, just the amount of your fine. (Not per incident!) Tally up your score and post it on your blog with the title… ”My Fine Is…”
I'll leave it up to you to guess what I have done! LOL!

Smoked pot — $10
Did acid — $5
Ever had sex at church — $25
Woke up in the morning and did not know the person who was next to you — $40
Had sex with someone on MySpace — $25
Had sex for money — $100
Vandalized something — $20
Had sex on your parents’ bed — $10
Beat up someone — $20
Been jumped — $10
Crossed dressed — $10
Given money to stripper — $25
Been in love with a stripper — $20
Kissed some one who’s name you didn’t know — $0.10
Hit on some one of the same sex while at work — $15
Ever drive drunk — $20
Ever got drunk at work, or went to work while still drunk — $50
Used toys while having sex — $30
Got drunk, passed out and don’t remember the night before — $20
Went skinny dipping — $5
Had sex in a pool — $20
Kissed someone of the same sex — $10
Had sex with someone of the same sex — $20
Cheated on your significant other — $10
Masturbated — $10
Cheated on your significant other with their relative or close friend — $20
Done oral — $5
Got oral — $5
Done/got oral in a car while it was moving — $25
Stole something — $10
Had sex with someone in jail — $25
Made a nasty home video — $15
Had a threesome — $50
Had sex in the wild — $20
Been in the same room while someone was having sex — $25
Stole something worth over more than a hundred dollars — $20
Had sex with someone 10 years older — $20
Had sex with someone under 21 and you are over 27 — $25
Been in love with two people or more at the same time — $50
Said you love someone but didn’t mean it — $25
Went streaking — $5
Went streaking in broad daylight — $15
Been arrested — $5
Spent time in jail — $15
Peed in the pool — $0.50
Played spin the bottle — $5
Done something you regret — $20
Had sex with your best friend — $20
Had sex with someone you work with at work — $25
Had anal sex — $80
Lied to your mate — $5
Lied to your mate about the sex being good — $25

HT Princess Kat @ Swift Kick & a Band Aid

Letter from Sgt D in the Stan!

Sgt D seems to sum up the plan for the war on this post on Blackfive.

Please take the time to read his letter concerning the state of affairs in the hot zones. I have to agree with him, it's time to let the dogs loose over there and stop tieing their hands!

Monday, January 29, 2007

Blog Updates

I have updated a few things on here, I added the scrolling breaking news ticker for the fire paging service that I volunteer for, plus updated and seperated my links.

Hope you like the new additions and maybe someday I will figure out how to change the way the whole page works. So check it out and don't forget to visit the links, especially our Ebay store! LOL!

RIP Barbaro

Today the great docs at U of Penn's New Bolten Center had to put a local legend to sleep. I live not far from New Bolten and have toured the facility, it is top notch all the way. The fence has been decorated with signs of encouragment for Barbaro but today his owners made the very tough decision to take away his pain and have him put down.

More info can be found Here

Sunday, January 28, 2007

The State of My Union

Things here are busy so I haven't had much time to blog. Vicki is doing better but still restricted until we see the cardiologist on the 12th. So I have picked up the slack to help out. This weekend was interesting, I guess my part time boss put me on the S list for taking the weekend off that Vicki had her heart attack so I had to keep asking for hours this week. Well when he finally responded on Fri around lunch he had 2300 to 0700 available at a school construction site for Fri & Sat nite. So I spent my nites sitting in the car at a construction site, it wasn't so bad but it was cold Fri nite out there.

Meanwhile I did have a little time to read some of our friend Capt Mark's new book he's working on. Check it out Here

Also if you are making plans for this summer in my area check out Blue Crab Charters located in beautiful scenic Rock Hall, it's really not that far from the Philly area as far as travel time but it's worlds away from our hustle and bustle.

Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Meeting the Big Boss

Today I had a very distinct honor, I got to meet and shake hands with my commander in chief, the President of the United States. Whether you like him, his ideas, and his actions or not, he is still the President. He took a trip into Wilmington DE today and used our base as his jumping off point. So we saw the motorcade cruise out then we were able to form up a receiving line and shake his hand upon his return to Air Force One. It was a very cold and breezy day but it was worth it to get that once in a lifetime chance to shake the hand of my boss and have him wish me well on my upcoming deployment. His words to me and others were "Don't listen to the pessemists, what you are doing over there is important." I couldn't agree more and I look forward to heading over there and doing my part.

Monday, January 22, 2007


This disgusts me to no end. It seems that a young Sgt in the 1st Cavalry Division stationed in Iraq needed some type of mats for him and his fellow warriors to use. So being a smart soldier he started looking for companies that offered a good price and who would ship to APO addresses, (military overseas). Well he sent an e-mail to a company called Discount Mats asking if they shipped to APO. They did not, which was fine, however in their e-mail reply they advised the Sgt that even if they did they would never ship to Iraq and told him if he was sensible that he and his troops would pull out! What a totally uncalled for and insensitive answer!

I checked the Discount-Mats.com webpage for contact info but they seem to be having technical difficulty, maybe they were taken over by the Taliban or something nice like that!

I did however find this info about the website ownership of discount-mats.com

Faisal Khetani
PO Box 270693
Milwaukee Wisconsin 53227
United States
Registered through: Teknon Domains
Created on: 23-Mar-05
Expires on: 23-Mar-08
Last Updated on: 03-Mar-06
Administrative Contact:
Khetani Faisal sportsfitness@gmail.com
3259 S.106th Street
West Allis Wisconsin 53227
United States
(414) 543-9634 Fax --
Technical Contact:
Khetani Faisal sportsfitness@gmail.com
3259 S.106th Street
West Allis Wisconsin 53227
United States
(414) 543-9634 Fax --
Domain servers in listed order:

Looks like maybe ICE needs to make a stop over there and check out peoples papers!

Thanks to Spectre for the heads up on these jackoffs!

Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Vicki Update

Vicki is at home and doing well. We are extremely grateful to the wonderful staff at Avondale EMS, Medic 94, and Christiana Hospital. We learned a lot with this ordeal and I am sure we will continue to learn more as we go along with it.

The one major thing we want to share are the symptoms of a heart attack especailly in Women. Just because you don't have the crushing chest pain that the TV has taught us is a heart attack you could still be having one. Her symptoms started as jaw and throat pain w/ no other symptoms, no nausea, no sweating, nothing like that. It didn't move into the chest for a while but she had 1 artery 100% blocked. The cardiac staff advised us that this is very common in women and the sweating and nausea most times depend on which part of the heart is involved.

So now we begin a new journey of new eating habits, more doctors, and stopping smoking. It will be a long road but we will get through it like we have everything else that has come our way.

Sunday, January 14, 2007

Hard Times

Just a short note here. Vicki was taken to the hospital on Thurs nite/Fri Morning. She had a heart attack but it doing much better. The folks at Christiana Hospital are fantastic and we could not have gone to a better place.

I'll blog more when things settle down. Meanwhile, check out AWTM's blog and delurk!

Thursday, January 11, 2007

Go Birds!


How bout dem byrds!

Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Safe Journey Friends

Many of my friends and co-workers are heading to various places overseas, some are already there, some are in transit and others leave soon. Over the next few months others including me will be heading out as well. I ask that you keep them all in your thoughts and prayers as they journey away from home, family and friends to serve our great country and the greatest military in the world.

So Safe Journey my friends.

Cpl Jason Dunham - American Hero!

Many of us like to think that we would react bravely in the face of danger and do the right thing even if it meant giving our life, most of us will never be tested this way and will never truly know how we will act or react and if we truly are capable of doing the right thing. This young warrior was faced with that choice and reacted honorably and courageously.

Corporal Jason Dunham USMC will posthumously be awarded the Medal of Honor on Thursday 11 Jan 07 at the Whitehouse. It is fitting that his parents will receive their son’s medal. They too deserve a medal for raising such a fine young man who gave his life to save the lives of his fellow Marines. Back on 14 April 06 Cpl Dunham was leading 13 other young warriors in Karabilah Iraq. When they received word that another group of Marines had been ambushed and injured nearby. Cpl Dunham and his crew quickly responded to the area. The rest of the story is best told by Cassandra at I Love Jet Noise.

Corporal Dunham, a Job Well Done Marine. Semper Fi!

Mr & Mrs Dunham, thank you for raising such a fine young man and for his service as well as yours.

Until we meet on Fiddler’s Green, Carry On Marine, God Speed.

Congressional Medal of Honor Society

Tuesday, January 09, 2007

God Speed SRA Elizabeth Loncki

SRA Elizabeth Loncki was in Iraq saving the lives of Soldiers, Airman, & Marines everyday. As on of the few female EOD techs she was doing a very dangerous job in a very nasty place. Rest Easy Sister, until we meet on Fiddlers Green.

New Castle native killed in Iraq
23-year-old senior airman was trying to disarm bomb
By ANDRE L. TAYLOR, The News Journal

Posted Tuesday, January 9, 2007

Senior Airman Elizabeth A. Loncki
A 2001 Padua Academy graduate was one of three Air Force troops killed Sunday in a bomb blast near Baghdad, the Pentagon said Monday.

Senior Airman Elizabeth A. Loncki, 23, a New Castle native, was the first Delaware woman killed in the line of duty in Iraq and the 66th female American soldier killed there.

"She wanted to contribute to the country," said Loncki's aunt, Tina Masiello, adding that Loncki expressed no reservations about going to Iraq. "She was ready to go, it was a cause she deeply believed in. She told us not to worry."

Loncki, who was deployed to Iraq in August, was scheduled to return home in two weeks, her stepmother, Christine Loncki, said. Her boyfriend, Sgt. Jayson Johnson, who was stationed with her at Fort Hill Air Force Base in Utah, had planned to visit the family's New Castle home Thursday to ask her father's permission to marry her, Christine Loncki said.

Instead, Stephen Loncki got a visit Sunday afternoon from three men in uniform. He was taking down Christmas decorations at his New Castle home when they arrived.

"He knew right away what it was," Christine Loncki said.

Loncki's eldest daughter, they told him, died after her explosive ordnance disposal team was targeted by a car bomber near Al-Mahmudiyah.

Now, Johnson will serve as a military escort for Loncki's body as it is transported to the mortuary at Dover Air Force Base and prepared for burial. Her body is to arrive early this morning and remain there for at least 48 hours before she is turned over to her family in New Castle.

"She was a beautiful, beautiful child," a tearful Stephen Loncki said. "She loved her family and her family loved her. We miss her so much."

Loncki last spoke to her family on Christmas Eve, as she opened presents her father had sent.

"I sent her a DVD of a concert and some popcorn, and filled her stockings with a bunch of Christmas goodies," Stephen Loncki said.

"She sounded melancholy," Loncki recalled. "She knew her family was together and you could tell she felt far away. ... She was happy to talk to us, but a little sad, too, because she was so far away."

A faithful Catholic

Elizabeth Loncki attended St. Peter the Apostle grade school and graduated in 2001 from Padua in Wilmington, where she played volleyball. She briefly attended the University of Arizona before enlisting in the Air Force.

Masiello described her niece as a faithful Catholic who enjoyed rock music and swimming, and whose beauty belied an athletic toughness evidenced by her success on Padua's volleyball team and her ability to match boys push-up for push-up.

Her death brings the U.S. death toll in Iraq to 3,014, and comes during a week when President Bush is expected to announce plans to send more American troops into Iraq.

Killed in the same blast as Loncki were Tech. Sgt. Timothy R. Weiner, 35, of Tamarac, Fla., and Senior Airman Daniel B. Miller Jr., 24, of Galesburg, Ill. The three were assigned to the 775th Civil Engineer Squadron at Hill Air Force Base.

"There was a car with a suspected bomb in it they were investigating when it exploded," said Marilu Trainor, public affairs director at Hill Air Force Base.

Part of their mission

Trainor said Loncki was a member of the bomb squad, which would venture out into areas in and around Baghdad to investigate suspicious vehicles.

The bomb inside the car they were working on exploded while they were trying to disarm it.

"It's part of their mission every day," Trainor said. "It's not unusual for them to do these missions."

A military career, especially one charged with explosives, was a cause of concern for family. But Loncki tested well and was one of two women in a class of 16 who finished the training, her stepmother said.

"Elizabeth told me so many times, 'Don't worry about me. I'm going to be fine,' " Christine Loncki said.

The Salt Lake Tribune and the Associated Press contributed to this article. Contact Andre L. Taylor at 324-2890 or andretaylor@delawareonline.com.

Tuesday, January 02, 2007

More From Reid Stanley

In his post here Reid's Dad shares some of the events after they arrived back in the states. In his post he shares the tale of a visit to the local mall so the little ones could visit Santa. I am not sure which mall they went to but if Santa there certainly deserves a couple rounds of his favorite beverage for what he did. So Santa if you read this when we catch up the first couple are on me.

Check out the post and please keep Reid & his family in your prayers. If you'd like to read his whole blog please go Here

Monday, January 01, 2007

Mourning a Loss on New Years Day

Reid over @ A Storm in Afghanistan is mourning the loss of the love of his life Ellicia after a brave fight with cancer. Please take a moment to drop by and leave him kind words and keep Reid and his family in your prayers today.