Harley-Davidson Rejects Military Wife’s Late Check, Sends Her Tear-Jerking Letter Instead. Motto Monday
Regardless if you ride a Harley or not, you have to admire the patriotism of this particular Harley dealer. Well done gentlemen. well done. Time for a C-Gar!
It turns out, many years ago– during the Vietnam War– Dennis was nearly drafted but was discharged due to a medical problem. Since then, he’s been extra aware of the sacrifices made by our armed forces, and he’s always been looking for ways to give back.
That’s why accepting Jaime’s money was not only a problem for Dennis personally, but it was against a policy Dennis has upheld throughout his 18 years of ownership. Read more here
As you start your week off, take a moment and watch this and think about it. It makes a lot o sense. Time for a C-Gar
This is a small snap shot of one day during one of my deployments (Oct 11, 2005). It’s interesting to look back and I can remember it like yesterday. The smells, the feeling of the dirt, the long deployment continuing. I can remember everything about that day and I’m glad it’s in the past. Get yourself a cup of coffee and cigar and read over a snap shot of one day during a deployment. Just remember, your Monday could be worse. Time for a C-Gar
Today was a good day. However, one of our convoys was hit by and IED, there were no injuries. That was just one of many IED attacks beginning last night along with a single rocket impact (no factor). A couple detonations went off through the night but I just inched a little closer to the hesco and sandbags as they are the last line of defense for keeping red hot shrapnel giving me a new orifice. Near by, the engineers dropped a building that had been used by dirt bags to sharp shoot at Soldiers. Chalk up one abanded building collapsed and turned to useless rubble.
Click on the picture for a remarkable short story of a warrior who continues to inspire. Time for a C-Gar
Sometimes a lion has to be a lion. Its what lions do.. Its why they are king of the jungle. Time for a C-Gar
The Atlanta Falcons did a nice job as a salute to service as they each chose a fallen warrior and played that game for that fallen warrior. If you noticed during that game, each player had the fallen warriors initials on their helmet. A nice change from kneeling during the Natl Anthem, Time for a C-Gar
Warriors in the fight show a small snap shot of how bad your day could be and what they have and are going through. When you think your day is bad, remember these studs. Time for a C-Gar