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9/17/2019 · 2:03 am· Trouble · Good Bye Blue Sky
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7/26/2005

Counter-post

Filed under: — Jaime @ 10:17 pm

Just to balance out any negative voodoo I may get from sassing the military, may I introduce you to Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum, the blog of Lt. Rusten Currie of the USMC. He is an active duty intelligence officer, stationed in Iraq. He also happens to be one of the most articulate and informative military bloggers I’ve yet to come across. I can’t recall how I first learned of this blog, but since my discovery, I’ve been lurking there for months. I should probably drop kudos sometime soon. Give Lt. Currie’s blog a read. If it doesn’t make your blood run cold or your eyes well up at least once, I’ll give you your money back.

Urban Assault: Historic District Destruction Simulation

Filed under: — Jaime @ 9:40 pm

At the risk of ending up an ass for complaining about this, I am compelled to account for my annoyance at the military choppers that having been buzzing Savannah since this afternoon. We have a number of military facilities around here so I don’t know if I am to pin the blame on the Army, Airforce, Marines or Coast Guard. At one point, I thought one of them was about to land on Broughton Street it came so close. Here is it going on 11pm and they are still out there. My house, like thousands of others in Savannah, is old and on brick stilts. I am not interested in having this old place shaken so much. So time to put the big machines away folks and get to bed. You’ve been at it all day.

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