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Posted on 02/04/2005 4:22:18 PM PST by Stevie
RED ON FRIDAYS
Hmmmm. I've noticed that all of the retired Command Sergeants Major wore red shirts on Fridays. Now I know why!!!!
Wear Red on Fridays.....
The Americans who support our troops, are the silent majority. We are not "organized" to reflect who we are, or to reflect what our opinions are.
We would like to start a grassroots movement using the membership of the Special Operations Association, and Special Forces Associations, and all their friends, simply, to recognize that Americans support our troops. We need to inform the local VFW's and American Legion, our local press, local TV, and continue carrying the message to the national levels as we start to get this going. Our idea of showing our solidarity and support for our troops is -starting Friday, and continuing on each and every Friday, until this is over, that every red - blooded American who supports our young men and women, WEAR SOMETHING RED.
Word of mouth, press, TV -- let's see if we can make the United States, on any given Friday, a sea of red much like a home football game at a University.
If every one of our memberships share this with other acquaintances, fellow workers, friends, and neighbors, I guarantee that it will not be long before the USA will be covered in RED - and make our troops know there are many people thinking of their well-being.
Let's get the word out and lead by example; wear RED on Fridays.
I sent this out to everyone on my email list; hopefully, you will too.
Please forward this to everyone you know!!
Wear Red on Fridays ...... De Witt Morgan, Mission Viejo, CA-USA
SUPPORT OUR TROOPS, GOD BLESS AMERICA
We live in the LAND OF THE FREE, BECAUSE OF THE BRAVE
Joseph A. Jennings III Exec. Dir. VVA "BUCKEYE" State Council
"For those that have fought for it, ' FREEDOM ' has a flavor the protected will never know"
I'm wearing red boxer shorts.
My wife noticed this afternoon that all of the ladies
present at the closing bell of the New York Stock Exchange were wearing red. Was that in support of our troops? I hadn't heard of such an effort.
I wear my Air Force parent pin.
Just ran upstairs and put on a red hooded sweatshirt!!
It's not "support our troops." It was awareness of women's heart disease day.
I'm still amazed that the death rate from cancer(s) has eclipsed that of heart disease, especially considering the obesity epidemic in this country.
Get a life! LOL!
It's scary, isn't it?
You don't even want to know how many comments I posted under my previous account, which has been retired.
-good times, G.J.P.(Jr.)
is this what that email was about?
damn, now its fashion hints.