The following was an email that I sent out on 6 Jan 2006. It was my 23rd week in Iraq at the time. I kept the email as it was originally written, so the Camp Fallujah part was earlier that week. The second part of the email was 5 Jan 2006. Classification: UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE … Continue reading Memorial Day Weekend
New Missouri Gun Law Before I get started let me just say that what I'm about to say has NOTHING to do with politics or your Second Amendment Rights. What it does have to do with is common sense, which isn't to common these days. This new law will allow any adult that is a … Continue reading New Missouri Law Makes Me Cringe
I saw a post someone shared on Facebook this morning that instantly made my blood boil. So, before just sharing it, I did some research to make sure it was true. It was true and I found that Fox News did tweet out the photo. I screen captured the tweet, which is below. Let me … Continue reading Sanders Tax Plan
With any life changing event, we never forget. Some we would like to forget, and others we can’t wait to celebrate. This time every year I have mixed emotions. Part of me wants to forget it along with the things leading up to the event, and part of me wants to celebrate it. When I … Continue reading Forget, Celebrate, or Both? I Choose Both!
Contracting Services emailed me the truck specs today. The attachment was 19 pages long, so I'll list the highlights that most will be curious about. 2016 Freightliner Cascadia Evolution - Detroit DD15 14.8L, 455 hp @ 1800 RPM, 1650 LB/FT @ 1100 RPM, 2000 GOV RPM - No Governed Speed - DT12 Heavy Duty 12-Speed … Continue reading Truck Specs
Over the past couple of months I have contemplated becoming an owner operator again. I talked with Contracting Services at Tranport America and discussed the options they had. She explained a couple of options that just didn't get me excited, and then she said they had a new program starting May 1st. It was music … Continue reading Owner Operator – Round 2?
The final day started out with being greeted by an adorable little 6yr old girl when we walked in. Joe's (orientation manager) daughter had a fever, so they had to keep her out of school. His wife had morning meeting commitments with her job, so he was watching her until she was done. We started … Continue reading Transport America Orientation; Final Day