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To: eyespysomething
A/C was a dealbreaker as far as I was concerned when I first accepted a position to come over here in late '03. I aksed the recruiter if the living and working quarters had it. If the answer had been "no," I probably would not have come.

It gets "hotter'n two Hells" around here in the summer.

20 posted on 07/05/2006 10:42:03 AM PDT by Allegra (A Journey of 1,000 Miles Begins with A Bunch of Security Hassles at the Airport)
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To: Allegra

This sounds overly dramatic. It sounds like the author is trying to manipulate the reader and I HATE it when someone is trying to manipulate me.

I remember at the beginning of the war there was an window unit A/C drive...does anyone else remember that? Seems like some organization was sending them over to support the troops.

These guys!

http://www.operationac.com/

I wonder how many of these ACs were sent by these guys! And I don't think they were the only ones sending them.


22 posted on 07/05/2006 10:53:06 AM PDT by 2Jedismom (Expect me when you see me!)
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