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Joshua Sparling - 8,000 cards and counting!
Personal visit, previous news report from FNC ^ | 12/20/05 | Coop

Posted on 12/20/2005 4:12:48 AM PST by Coop

Edited on 12/21/2005 6:11:16 AM PST by Admin Moderator. [history]

Mod update (post #156):

(12/21 appearance, via phone, on Fox and Friends)

[Josh] was talking about all the cards and gifts he has rec'd ... he had over 8,000 with him .. that his father is helping him give them out to the other soldiers.

He said he'd be trying to send thank you notes to everyone .. but there are so many that he can't write them all right away and wants to let everyone know how thankful he is.

Brian mentioned that his leg could be saved and Josh said that once he gets better that he is going back.

WOW .. what a great man his is .. God Bless him

156 posted on 12/21/2005 9:05:34 AM EST by Mo1

For those unaware of the original story, Joshua is a wounded soldier at Walter Reed Army Medical Center who received a hate-filled Christmas card supposedly written by a young boy. Please review this thread regarding Brian Kilmeade’s original story, as well as this thread for the alleged admission of the hate card’s supposed author. (By the way, the hate card was not directly addressed to Joshua, but rather was from the “Any Soldier” pile.)

Since I go to Walter Reed frequently, I made an offer on the first thread of delivering cards and goodies directly to some patients if people so desired. Several kind people took me up on that offer, and the following is my description of my visits on 9 and 16 Dec. A friend, LandryFan, accompanied me on the second part of the good cheer tour, affectionately dubbed Operation Smother (as in smother ‘em with love) by yours truly.

December 9, 2005:

For my first visit, which was less than a week after Kilmeade’s 5 Dec article, I had received the following items:

-$300 worth of phone cards from New York
-40 individual bags of yummy, assorted baked goods from the state of Washington.
-Some personalized Christmas cards and a $50 money order from Texas. With this money order I purchased about $40 worth of a variety of snack items such as pudding cups, beef jerky, gum, Vienna sausages, candy bars, instant soups, etc. (The remaining $10 will be spent for my upcoming visit on similar items.)

Most of the loot I laid out on the table at Mologne House, a base hotel and transition facility for ambulatory patients. I generally mingled with patients and their families in the lobby and handed out phone cards, baked goods, Christmas cards, etc. Everyone within earshot heard over and over again how the central, eastern and western U.S. had taken part in this outreach, and all were duly impressed with the nationwide response.

I met “P” - a double below-knee amputee who said he never realized how much support there was for the troops until he got wounded. He’s in regular contact with his unit and tells them about all the support he has received, which likely gives their morale a boost. P’s mother is a refugee from Vietnam, and he joined the Army as a way to give back to the country which gave his Mom a new life. He said he would do it all again, if he could.

Two-year old Sabrina and her Daddy (who had lost both hands & forearms) came down to the lobby to get some treats. Sabrina grabbed a lollipop and candy bar (mmm mmmm!), and I asked if she liked cookies. The little blonde cutie suspiciously eyed the strange man kneeling down, holding out a bag of WA baked goods, but an assuring word or two from Daddy broke the ice -- at least long enough for her to grab the bag and then hide behind Daddy's leg.

Vera, from Utah, is the mother of one of the Marine patients at Walter Reed. I expected all the Marines to be over at Bethesda, but was surprised when I first learned of Vera's son, Brian, and other Marines in the facility. [Read about Brian in this 30 Oct 05 article] Vera is a lovely lady who really has become the "house mother" for all the patients at Walter Reed and the Mologne House. Because it was too late in the evening to visit patients I didn’t know, Vera volunteered to deliver some items to Joshua and his mates the next morning. So we made up small packages of TX Christmas cards, NY phone cards and WA baked goods.

I did visit with one patient in his room – a co-worker’s friend who had been shot five times the day before Thanksgiving in Iraq. I delivered a bag of snacks and baked goods, as well as a couple of Christmas cards, to Matt. He really looked great, although he joked about his humped back (due to bandages and muscular damage). Matt’s parents, Debbie and Mark (who is an active duty Army Sergeant Major) from Va. Beach, and his friend Renee from Georgia were also there. Everyone was very friendly and appreciative of the support, and we visited for about twenty minutes. Out of the blue the family commented on how happy they were to see the D.C. Chapter (and Santa Claus) counter-protesting the anti-American leftists. They had not yet heard of the Joshua Sparling incident and were, not surprisingly, disgusted.

December 16, 2005:

For my second visit LandryFan graciously accompanied me with her own stash of goodies. I brought along my digital camera and the following items:

-A collection of audio books and DVDs from New York.
-A large box of goodies (candy, cookies, etc.), books and a video from Florida.
-From New Jersey, six Christmas stockings filled with items including a hand-written Christmas card, playing cards and a Nerf football.
-About 80 personalized Christmas cards from a Boy Scout troop in Pennsylvania, including some personally addressed to the Kilmeade featured patients and Matt from above (whose name I provided to them).
-Two large boxes of goodies (snacks, gum, underwear, socks, razors, shampoo, etc.) from New York.
-A large box of tender loving care (including chips & salsa, socks, undies) from southern Cal.

For this trip I had coordinated with MSG Tracy Evans of the Red Cross office. He was injured (neck, back, subsequent heart attack) in a vehicle accident near the Iranian border over a year ago, and he’s still a patient at Walter Reed. But he works about six days per week in the hospital’s Red Cross office sorting and delivering goodies to our wounded troops. He was very familiar with Joshua’s story, and was one of the very few who was not thrilled about it. Why? Because he has to screen all the incoming mail! :-D

LandryFan and I were not allowed onto the ward to see in-patients, but Tracy agreed to deliver four packages (stockings, Boy Scout cards, assorted goodies) to the four (out of Kilmeade’s original ten) patients still listed on the ward. While Tracy was visiting the ward, we divided up our goodies, leaving the DVDs and a box filled with snacks in the Red Cross office (which was OVERFLOWING with donated items) and setting the remainder aside for Mologne House. LandryFan instructed Tracy to ask Josh if he was married. Upon his return, Tracy reported that Josh had answered “No” when informed a young lady was asking about his matrimonial status. However, Josh’s brother quickly sold him out with a “Yes you are!” Sorry, LF. ;-)

Joshua Sparling posing with Nerf football and stocking sent from the Garden State.

Upon arriving at the Mologne House we called up to four different rooms. One was not home, and one did not care to have visitors (very understandable given the late hour). By invitation we went upstairs and met with Cpl Todd Bishop, a double-amputee below the knee and one of the wounded soldiers profiled in Kilmeade’s article. He, his roommate Robert and Todd’s mother were all very gracious and appreciative of the support. We told them how proud we were of their efforts, especially given the tremendous results of the Iraqi elections the day before.

So, Todd, have you noticed any difference in your mail since the article?

Todd showing off about three days’ worth of mail.

I paid a second visit to Matt, the lieutenant shot up around Thanksgiving.

Matt showing off his personalized Christmas cards from Troop 431 and then modeling his wounds.

My apologies if anyone finds this too graphic, but I’m amazed at how good he looks given it’s been less than a month. He calls himself very lucky, and the only permanent damage he’ll likely have will be the loss of his left finger below the knuckle. Matt leaves in a few days for Christmas convalescent leave, and will return in January for physical therapy and hopefully hospital out-processing paperwork.

After departing Matt’s room, LandryFan received a call from Steve Cobb, another patient who received one of her “Any Soldier” cards and his wife wrote LF back. We went over for a visit, and admired a collection of coins amassed during their special tour of the Pentagon earlier that day.

The long rectangular coin came from Rummy

Most Army units have their own coins, as do other agencies and even the POTUS. We also listened to an audio file about Steve’s brain injury – suffered during a vehicle accident – and his subsequent therapy and recovery. Audio file and photo here.

I departed Walter Reed about 11:30 pm for the drive home - much less traffic than the Beltway parking lot I fought on the way up. All in all a very good visit.

Special thanks to some special FReepers for making this visit possible. I’d like to thank them by screen name, but some may not be comfortable with that approach. So (((hugs)))) to all of you for sending cards and goodies!

And a tip o’ the cap to JimRob for this forum, which ties it all together.

I already have two additional boxes from New York and three from Maine, with more packages en route to me. So I anticipate at least one more report on or about Christmas. For those who may not be sure if their efforts are making a difference, take my word for it. They are! Keep sending those cards and care packages – whether to Walter Reed/Bethesda Naval Hospital, a deployed unit, military friends/families, whatever. You’ll be showing a little gratitude to those who have given so much.

Freedom isn’t free. God bless our troops!


TOPICS: Activism/Chapters; Breaking News; News/Current Events; US: District of Columbia; War on Terror
KEYWORDS: aar; christmas; hate; joshuasparling; michaelmoore; miguel; supportourtroops; troopsupport; walterreed; wia
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Tracy Evans informed me that as of last Friday Joshua Sparling had about two bags of mail waiting for him. :-) Of the ten listed patients in Mr. Kilmeade's article, we only located about half (with one of them having been transferred to another hospital). The rest, I'm happy to say, had already been discharged. We forwarded cards and care items where appropriate. In summary, we visited with Joshua by proxy, with Todd in person, and with Eva by phone. They were all very grateful for the love and caring.

I'm always amazed and humbled by how often these fine wounded warriors thank us for supporting them. Ironic, to say the least.

I would ask anyone considering writing these fine servicemembers to also include MSG Tracy Evans in your list - he was working past 10:00 on a Friday night just to ensure the other patients were receiving comfort items. His colleague - SSG Christian - I'm sure would appreciate some cards as well.

1 posted on 12/20/2005 4:12:50 AM PST by Coop
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To: airborne; mware; Landry Fan; Oorang; 4integrity; daybreakcoming; BillF; tgslTakoma; kristinn; ...

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2 posted on 12/20/2005 4:15:15 AM PST by Coop (FR = a lotta talk, but little action)
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To: Coop

Bump for later read.


3 posted on 12/20/2005 4:16:30 AM PST by 75thOVI (Navy son, Navy vet, Navy husband........Marine dad. What's up with that?)
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To: Coop

Bump!


4 posted on 12/20/2005 4:16:53 AM PST by mylife (The roar of the masses could be farts)
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To: Coop

There is a reason for the season.


5 posted on 12/20/2005 4:17:31 AM PST by bmwcyle (Evolution is a myth -- Libertarians just won't evolve into Conservatives.)
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To: Coop
Thanks for the post.





6 posted on 12/20/2005 4:22:19 AM PST by G.Mason (Others have died for my freedom; now this is my mark ... Marine Corporal Jeffrey Starr, KIA 04-30-05)
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To: higgmeister; patriciaruth; Alamo-Girl; GummyIII; Corin Stormhands

Ping


7 posted on 12/20/2005 4:22:56 AM PST by Coop (FR = a lotta talk, but little action)
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To: Coop

Excellent reporting Coop!! We really appreciate you taking time to visit our guys.


8 posted on 12/20/2005 4:28:16 AM PST by boxerblues (Save a tree.......shoot a liberal)
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To: Coop

Thanks so much for a noble project and a great report about it.


9 posted on 12/20/2005 4:28:26 AM PST by BillF (Fight terrorists in Iraq & elsewhere, instead of waiting for them to come to America!)
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To: Coop; 2LT Radix jr; 68-69TonkinGulfYachtClub; 80 Square Miles; acad1228; AirForceMom; ...
Coop, I am literally crying here. Thank you SO MUCH for what you have done and continue to do. God bless you real good!

Canteen ping (and I added in a few other friends, too!)...seriously you guys, you HAVE to read this! Please give this thread a bump or two. And if you have a list, please give it a ping.

10 posted on 12/20/2005 4:36:15 AM PST by StarCMC (Old Sarge is my hero...doing it right in Iraq! Vaya con Dios, Sarge.)
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To: StarCMC

BTTT


11 posted on 12/20/2005 4:37:35 AM PST by E.G.C.
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To: Coop

Thanks for ping. Great report. Merry Christmas if I don't see you Friday!


12 posted on 12/20/2005 4:52:30 AM PST by BufordP (Excluding the WOT, I haven't trusted W since he coined the term "compassionate conservative")
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To: StarCMC; BillF
Coop, I am literally crying here.

My story-telling often makes people cry, although that's usually when I'm doing it in person.

Would you like to see the slides from my vacation to the National Sewing Machine Museum? :)

13 posted on 12/20/2005 4:54:07 AM PST by Coop (FR = a lotta talk, but little action)
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To: Coop

Thanks, mate. We need guys like Joshua to watch over us while we sleep. Glad to hear he's doing well.


14 posted on 12/20/2005 4:56:54 AM PST by DieHard the Hunter (I am the Chieftain of my Clan. I bow to nobody. Get out of my way.)
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To: Coop
Thanks, Coop!
What a great first read of the day!!*



*("first read" after Pookie18's "Todays Toons", that is)

15 posted on 12/20/2005 4:57:00 AM PST by Zacs Mom (Proud wife of a Marine! ... and purveyor of "rampant, unedited dialogue")
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To: StarCMC; Coop; TheMom; dix; humblegunner; antivenom; eastforker; Flyer; Humidston; olliemb; ...

Good news ping!!

Thanks Coop and Star for the ping!!!!


16 posted on 12/20/2005 5:01:05 AM PST by Eaker (My Wife Rocks! - I will never take Dix or El Roy off of my ping list.)
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To: Coop

Thank you.


17 posted on 12/20/2005 5:01:20 AM PST by bluesagewoman
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To: Coop

Yes, please. I love museums. Please bring them with you in two weeks.


18 posted on 12/20/2005 5:02:28 AM PST by Landry Fan (Merry Christmas!)
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To: Coop
Thanks for the update. God Bless you for playing Santa for us.

Wow, seems my screen has somehow gone all blurry.

19 posted on 12/20/2005 5:03:28 AM PST by mware (everyone that doesn't like what America and President Bush has done for Iraq can all go to HELL.")
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To: Coop

LOL!!! Nah, you can keep those to yourself!!


Unless of course there are any soldiers in them....?



He he he!!


20 posted on 12/20/2005 5:04:21 AM PST by StarCMC (Old Sarge is my hero...doing it right in Iraq! Vaya con Dios, Sarge.)
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To: Coop
Thanks for the report, coop. I sent Joshua a phone card. I wonder how far down in those two bags of mail it is. :^) I'm glad to see such an outpouring of support. I hope FOX does a follow-up too. I want the scumbag who wrote the original letter to see how his act of evil was turned to good.
21 posted on 12/20/2005 5:04:46 AM PST by Samwise (I freep; therefore, I am.)
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To: Samwise

Isn't it amazing how good can come from such a horrible beginning.


22 posted on 12/20/2005 5:05:56 AM PST by mware (everyone that doesn't like what America and President Bush has done for Iraq can all go to HELL.")
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To: Samwise; mware

As soon as I heard about this disgusting story, I knew Walter Reed was going to be overwhelmed by love. :-)


23 posted on 12/20/2005 5:11:57 AM PST by Coop (FR = a lotta talk, but little action)
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To: Coop

Here's my take on the visit. It was a wonderful opportunity to thank some of America's heroes.

http://landrys-life-blog.blogspot.com/2005/12/heroes-at-walter-reed-god-bless-them.html

You'll recognize the pics! Mine haven't been developed yet.


24 posted on 12/20/2005 5:11:59 AM PST by Landry Fan (Merry Christmas!)
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To: Coop
...I knew Walter Reed was going to be overwhelmed by love.

Overwhelmed by love and a Coop.

25 posted on 12/20/2005 5:14:08 AM PST by BufordP (Excluding the WOT, I haven't trusted W since he coined the term "compassionate conservative")
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To: mware
There's a quote about evil oft times turned to good--but I haven't had my coffee yet, so I can't come up with it.
26 posted on 12/20/2005 5:14:47 AM PST by Samwise (I freep; therefore, I am.)
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To: Coop; All
Excellent report. I forwarded it onto Michelle Malkin.

NOTE!!! Sean Hannity will be taking Hannity & Colmes on the road to Walter Reed this coming Friday December 23rd at 7pm ET.

27 posted on 12/20/2005 5:15:28 AM PST by ajolympian2004
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To: ajolympian2004
NOTE!!! Sean Hannity will be taking Hannity & Colmes on the road to Walter Reed this coming Friday December 23rd at 7pm ET.

9pm ET

28 posted on 12/20/2005 5:16:11 AM PST by ajolympian2004
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To: Landry Fan
You'll recognize the pics!

Photo thief!! :-)

Seriously, thank you for hosting them on your blog.

29 posted on 12/20/2005 5:17:19 AM PST by Coop (FR = a lotta talk, but little action)
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To: BufordP
Overwhelmed by love and a Coop.

That's redundant. Coop = love.

30 posted on 12/20/2005 5:18:01 AM PST by Coop (FR = a lotta talk, but little action)
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To: Coop

You're credited!


31 posted on 12/20/2005 5:18:21 AM PST by Landry Fan (Merry Christmas!)
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To: ajolympian2004; tgslTakoma; kristinn; BillF
NOTE!!! Sean Hannity will be taking Hannity & Colmes on the road to Walter Reed this coming Friday December 23rd at 7pm ET.

Hey, that's fantastic! I knew he would be down here with Ollie, but I had no idea they'd be doing the show. Maybe we can finally get some coverage of the Code Pinkos and their disgusting protest.

32 posted on 12/20/2005 5:19:16 AM PST by Coop (FR = a lotta talk, but little action)
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To: Coop

Thank You.......Have a Blessed Christmas


33 posted on 12/20/2005 5:21:57 AM PST by mystery-ak (Merry Christmas)
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To: Coop

We will have you in makeup at 6:00PM for your closeup.


34 posted on 12/20/2005 5:22:19 AM PST by bmwcyle (Evolution is a myth -- Libertarians just won't evolve into Conservatives.)
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To: Coop
That's redundant. Coop = love.

Well aren't we full of ourselves this morning..j/k we love you
35 posted on 12/20/2005 5:23:13 AM PST by boxerblues (Save a tree.......shoot a liberal)
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To: Coop
Hey, that's fantastic! I knew he would be down here with Ollie, but I had no idea they'd be doing the show. Maybe we can finally get some coverage of the Code Pinkos and their disgusting protest.

I sent Sweet Baby James that idea! I suggested that they have Kristinn on the show to talk about Free Republic's stand against the Code Pinko wackos.

36 posted on 12/20/2005 5:25:20 AM PST by ajolympian2004
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To: Coop

Thank you,thank you, thank you for posting such a wonderful visit.


37 posted on 12/20/2005 5:26:11 AM PST by Katya (Homo Nosce Te Ipsum)
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To: AprilfromTexas

I met a soldier from West Virginia (not Steve). This guy is enormous. I want to recruit him for the Dallas Cowboys. I didn't get a chance to ask him how he'd feel about that. Nothing would get past him. Bill Parcells, are you lurking?


38 posted on 12/20/2005 5:31:59 AM PST by Landry Fan (Merry Christmas!)
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To: Landry Fan

Nice guy too!


39 posted on 12/20/2005 5:32:34 AM PST by Landry Fan (Merry Christmas!)
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To: Coop

Thanks Coop.


40 posted on 12/20/2005 5:42:32 AM PST by fatima
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To: Coop
I met "P" - a double below-knee amputee who said he never realized how much support there was for the troops until he got wounded. He's in regular contact with his unit and tells them about all the support he has received, which likely gives their morale a boost. P's mother is a refugee from Vietnam, and he joined the Army as a way to give back to the country which gave his Mom a new life. He said he would do it all again, if he could.

I think you may have done something wrong, all the words started getting blurry at this point.

41 posted on 12/20/2005 5:43:42 AM PST by magslinger (At the end of the day the only truly educated people are autodidacts.)
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To: Tony Snow; radioproducer

Ping


42 posted on 12/20/2005 5:45:07 AM PST by ajolympian2004
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To: Coop

Wonderful! Murphy's law here! I didn't get to bake Sunday, was ready to roll yesterday, and had plenty of everything EXCEPT SUGAR! How in the sam hill could I not have sugar??? I kicked the dog. (Just kidding). But I wanted to kick the dog, and I love the dog. I worked on the tree, instead. I'm still stuck with car trouble so I couldn't get to the store until late. But my oven is cranked, I HAVE SUGAR, I'm ready to roll, and I CAN walk to the Post Office where I will twist Johnny's arm to get my package to you in time! Don't give them all away, some are for you glorious FReepers!

Now, if by some reason, this package doesn't arrive in time- understand you are hereby obligated to make certain the cookies don't go unattended : )

Anyone who is fool enough to not believe in St. Claus, hasn't met St. Coop! Bless you!




43 posted on 12/20/2005 5:45:38 AM PST by freema (Proud Marine Mom-What fools they are who doubt the ability of liberty to triumph over despotism)
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To: bmwcyle
We will have you in makeup at 6:00PM for your closeup.

It's makeup, not "miracle in a tube."

44 posted on 12/20/2005 5:45:53 AM PST by Coop (FR = a lotta talk, but little action)
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To: magslinger

Yeah, I noticed the same thing. Probably should have included a lump-in-throat warning.


45 posted on 12/20/2005 5:47:22 AM PST by Coop (FR = a lotta talk, but little action)
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To: freema
Anyone who is fool enough to not believe in St. Claus, hasn't met St. Coop!

P-shaw! All you fine folks sending the goodies, cards, etc. are Santa Claus. I'm just the delivery guy. Guess that makes me a reindeer?

I'll keep an eye out for your package, and thanks for caring!

46 posted on 12/20/2005 5:51:25 AM PST by Coop (FR = a lotta talk, but little action)
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To: shezza

follow up ping! with pics!


47 posted on 12/20/2005 5:55:41 AM PST by N8VTXNinWV (Merry CHRISTmas y'all!)
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To: Coop

Bumping again.


48 posted on 12/20/2005 5:56:36 AM PST by StarCMC (Old Sarge is my hero...doing it right in Iraq! Vaya con Dios, Sarge.)
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To: StarCMC

Bump


49 posted on 12/20/2005 6:09:24 AM PST by gate2wire
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To: Coop

BTTT !!


50 posted on 12/20/2005 6:13:22 AM PST by musicman
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