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Merry christmas

Merry Christmas and a happy new year to everyone on blackriver fossils. Please remember all the men and women protecting us and the rest of the world over seas. This message brought to you by a proud American..........sharkdentist

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Location South Carolina, South Carolina, USA

Date Added12/25/2009


First Cooper trip
First Cooper trip
2thhoover 1st tattoo its "sharky"
2thhoover 1st tattoo its "sharky"
Into the darkness...
Into the darkness...

I'm proud to be an American! - 12/26/2009
Reviewer : Daryl from Maryland United States
Total Rating : 10
I echo your sentiments. I'm a USAF veteran myself and many of my coworkers are active duty representing all branches of the military. Several of them are deployed right now in harm's way. In January several of us at work will be visiting some of the wounded recovering at Walter Reed Army Medical Hospital in D.C., as part of the Wounded Warrior Committee we have at work. Through fund raising activities we raise money for the soldiers recovering at the hospital, and once per quarter we go visit them and give them $gift cards, phone cards, etc. I've never been on an actual visit because I hear from others that have been that it is very emotional, and it just seems so inadequate to be giving these soldiers a gift card when you really want to give them a million dollars. No price can be put on their missing limbs, lost eyesight, or psychological scars, but I know they appreciate the heartfelt intentions on our part. Content Quality : 10 of 10

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Ditto - 12/28/2009
Reviewer : Flex68 from Virginia United States
Total Rating : 10
Agreed, and well-said, sharkdentist! And I also appreciate the volunteering you talked about, Daryl. As a US Army vet who is the son of a disabled WWII vet, I am very proud of our troops, and believe that they all deserve our support and admiration for the sacrifices they make. Content Quality : 10 of 10

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