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Thu Dec 24, 2009 10:58 pm
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Steve, Happy Boxing Day, Hannah, Merry Christmas in 5 minutes and a happy New year to both. Ed
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Thu Dec 24, 2009 11:07 pm
Thu Dec 24, 2009 11:55 pm
Well Its actually Christmas day at the moment,, and so far it's been quiet. Kids get home soon so the peace ill be shattered. I am currently in the middle of cooking chrissy dinner,, roast vegies, turkey roll and couliflower cheese. luckty me ay.. have a great christmas day Ed and Hannah and i hope you get everything you wished for.

Fri Dec 25, 2009 2:51 am
I hope you realize you are going to fly herw to Missouri and cook that for me, right?
Fri Dec 25, 2009 5:02 am
Txgirl wrote:
I hope you realize you are going to fly herw to Missouri and cook that for me, right?

Ok 2 choices, either a ticket for 2 to come and cook or get the Jarheads to come and get me, lol,, now I'd like to see that ,,

please note I am ex military so i can call them Jarheads without getting my arse kicked lmao
Fri Dec 25, 2009 1:58 pm
dammit! well, ok. I'd have to get the jarhead to do my evil bidding then.Smile
I didn't know you were military, you badass! You know, in the Marine Corp, if you are an NCO, you get  A SWORD!!! lmaooo
Fri Dec 25, 2009 3:17 pm
Well now that would have been cool,  in the Aussie army as a grunt we got an SLR and a bayonet,,,I was a part of the 6th Battalion ofthe Royal Australian Regiment some might know it from the Battle of Long tan in Vietnam. ( I wasnt there I was way too young)  I did eventually end up an NCO (Corporal) in the reserve and became a recruit instructor,. But speaking of swords I was able to get hold of the officers sword drill manual and taught the peanuts in OCS school my university regiment had. So I gues you could say I am very adept at waving my sword around in public safely lol,,

I had a few problems as a grunt though apart from misbehaviour. When we were our bush on excercises we were what was called mounted infantry. (no swords involved although it sounds like a nice concept). We were using the old M113 Armoured personel carriers as our main form of transport. now these things were noisy and hot and quite cramped. they had a huge ramp on the back that sealed them tight and when we had to get out quickly you had to run out 1 at a time in a crouched postion. Us being Aussies only wore a cloth hat to keep the sun off our heads and every time i ran out I would hit my head on the steel bar that ran across the top of the door. took me about 10 hits and the same number of concussions to rrealise I wasn't getting low enough. man I copped hell for it everytime.

So I guess you could say that for a bloke that is only 5' 6" I was as dumb as dog shit lmao
Sun Jan 10, 2010 12:12 pm
You poor thing! see, THIS is the reason I encourage the wear of helmets in everyday loife. Will someone listen to me now?? lol
Sun Jan 10, 2010 4:31 pm
Ummmmm No! hehehe
Sun Jan 10, 2010 5:28 pm
how do i make the cute emoticons work?? i cant get mine to work??? help???
oh, and steve, you are a brat!  i loves ya anyhooxxoxoxoxoxox
Sun Jan 10, 2010 8:01 pm
ok HAnnha a lesson in emoticonning

1 click on the emote tag ABOVE THE TEXT BOX

2 Choose the category

3 right click the emote you want and copy and paste it into the text like so

Yeh I,m a brat but i am also good lookin  
Tue Jan 12, 2010 9:57 am
all hail steveeeeee, all hail steveeeeeee!!!
Tue Jan 12, 2010 2:47 pm
ah at last I get the accolades i deserve
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