Tuesday, July 4, 2017

What Could Be More American On The 4th Of July?

Than getting called back in to work at 2:30 in the fucking morning?

Gotta love it.

I hope everyone enjoys their holiday today, I'm going to spare you my state of the nation analysis this year.

If you are here and reading this it would be telling you what you already know anyway.

That is one thing I am very grateful for, the people who swing by here are generally very well informed.

God bless you all.

It's 6 in the morning now and I have family shit to attend to all day until probably Midnight tonight by the time it's all said and done.
I'm going to fall down and go Thud for a bit and try to catch some Z's before the whirlwind hits.

Stay safe.

3 comments:

  1. The same to you and yours. I am grateful today--

    I still have choices.
    I get to spend time with my family.
    I can still hoist the colors under my own steam.
    I can still see the sights on my rifle if somebody tries to stop me.

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  2. I got called out as well at 2:30 am. Officer involved shooting. Got home at 7:30.

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  3. Sleep well when you finally can. As i write this I am finishing a very nice day. MAGA

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