Friday, September 28, 2007


Right now this is where I am

Miller High life

I kinda hate it when this happens ..... LMAO

Thursday, September 27, 2007

couldn't let this pass

I dont know where this was published but it was to great to let go it go

The ‘best compliment’

I was sitting in uniform in the SeaTac [Seattle/Tacoma, Wash.] airport the other day, waiting on my daughter’s plane to come in. While I was sitting there, this boy around 6 years of age kept staring at me. After a while, his family moved to the counter to check on their flight.When this little man walked past me, smiling from ear to ear, yet showing intimidation in his eyes, his mother told him, “Well, ask him, son.”I looked over at her young man and he stood at attention, cocked his head and asked, “Excuse me, sir ... are you a soldier?” I smiled broadly and said, “I sure am.” The little boy’s mouth opened wide, and he covered his mouth with both hands. Then he did something that made me realize the importance of my job. That little boy stood back at attention, saluted me and said, “Thank you, sir.” Then he looked at his mother and said, “Mommy, that’s a good man, he is a soldier!”The little boy rejoined his family, but stopped briefly, turned back to me, yanked out of his mother’s hand and ran over to me and gave me a hug.His mother apologized. I responded with a wavering voice, “Ma’am, I have just been given the best compliment I could ever be given; thank you for your son.”

Capt. Donald Brakeville Tacoma, Wash.



Tuesday, September 25, 2007



Saturday, September 22, 2007

Wanted dead or alive

This was put togeather by

Jeremy Van Gelder,Firefighter, EMT, and soon to be a hell of a Squid Officer

I even am in it several times : )

my new hat

My new hat came yesterday I have been waiting for it and it finally got here, All the way from Alpine Texas In the Big Bend Area....Right next to Marfa ( UFO LIGHTS ). Anyway I got me my Guatemala Palm hat it was a unshaped blank and I threw it in the tub for an hour and shaped it myself and I'm gettin it all pimped out. If you need a good tuff sun hat and you want to form it yourself send away here
and there prices are good, I shaped mine a little like this

Friday, September 21, 2007

Foxworthy On MONTANA

Here is one more from Lil Sis

Jeff Foxworthy's comments on Montana

If "vacation" to you means going shopping for theweekend in Great Falls, Billings or Bozeman (whilethe kids swim at the Comfort Inn),You might live in Montana.

If parking your car for the night involves an extension cordYou might live in Montana

If you consider it a sport to gather your food by drillingthrough 8 inches of ice and sitting there allday hoping that the food will swim by,You might live in Montana.

If you're proud that your state makes the national newsprimarily because it houses the coldest spot in the nation,You might live in Montana.

If you have ever refused to buy something because it's "too spendy",You might live in Montana

If your local Dairy Queen is closed from November throughMarch,You might live in Montana.

If someone in a store offers you assistance, and they don't workthere,You might live in Montana.

If your dad's suntan stops at a line curving around the middle of hisforehead,You might live in Montana.

If you have worn shorts and a parka at the same time,You might live in Montana.

If your town has an equal number of bars and churches,You might live in Montana.

If you know how to correctly pronounce Butte,You might live in Montana.

If you measure distance in hours,You might live in Montana.

If your family vehicle is a crew cab pickup,You might live in Montana.

If you know several people who have hit deer more than once,You might live in Montana.

If you often switch from "heat" to "A/C"in the same day and backagain,You might live in Montana.

If you can drive 65 mph through 2 feet of snow during a raging blizzard,without flinching,You might live in Montana.

If you see people wearing hunting clothes at social events,You might live in Montana.

If you've installed security lights on your house and garage andleave bothunlocked,You might live in Montana.

If the largest traffic jam in your town centers around a high schoolbasketball game,You might live in Montana.

If you carry jumper cables in your car and your girlfriend knows howto usethem,You might live in Montana.

If there are 7 empty cars running in the parking lot at Wal-Mart atanygiven time,You might live in Montana.

If there are more people at work on Christmas Eve Day than on Deer gun Opener,

You might live in Montana.If you design your kid's Halloween costume to fit over a snowsuit,

You might live in Montana.If driving is better in the winter because the potholes are filled with snow,

You might live in Montana.If you know all 4 seasons: almost winter, winter, still winter and road construction,

You might live in Montana.If you can identify a southern or eastern accent,

You might live in Montana.If you consider Red Lodge exotic,

You might live in Montana.If your idea of creative landscaping is a statue of a deer next to your cottonwood,

You might live in Montana.If the sunbelt to you means Miles City,

You might live in Montana.If a brat is something you eat,

You might live in Montana.If finding your misplaced car keys involves looking in the ignition,

You might live in Montana.If you find 0 degrees a little chilly,

You might live in Montana.If you actually understand these observations, and you forward them to all your Montana friends,

You must live in Montana

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Shiver Me What?

Being that it is Talk like a Pirate Day
Mrs. Fyreman said "there Will be NO talk of
Surenderin' the BOOTY to anyone other than her"
Yes she did and to emphasize that she took a swipe
at me with her Cutlass. She can be Bloodthirsty
(mostly to the Poor little deer in the woods ; )
and remember to throw out an occasional ARRRRR today

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Tuesday Night

Its Drill Night....Of to main station and learn how not to burn
remember Fire prevention week is coming up, take your children
to a Fire station open house. I mean this, its serious to me.
ok I'm off my rant bucket


Damn it I feel old today cuz I saw this Picture and in stead of thinking "Damn I'd hit that" I thought "A little drawn Butter and cold beer and that lobster would be gone"
Oh well LMAO

Wednesday, September 12, 2007


I want do my biding....Yup Squirrel Minions

Jedi Squirells with the Force

and Military Hooah Squirrels

and Shogun Squirrels

and the best, Pirate Squirrels

they would be a bunch of
"Mushroom cloud laying muthufucking muthfuckers."
What movie is that from??????

Why Do Male Elk Have Antlers?

I guess Its a Guy thing No matter what the species is.

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Holy smoke investigation Batman

So I stopped by the fire hall last night to pick up some documents I needed for our upcoming open house, Chief, Our TO, and my Captain are there as well as some other fire fighters. We are all sitting around shooting the bull and the tones go off, that time of day it is usually a medical call
the Dispatcher says its a smoke investigation, that can be anything. So we bust out to the bay and start throwing our turnouts on and I look out the rear bay door and there are 60' flames showing, HOLY SHIT working house fire. So we all went into hyper drive and I was Pumper Operator on the 2nd engine out, it went out quick and we mopped up for 2 1/2 hours
and had pizza and went home. I am tired today but feeling good.

My moment OF Silence / 911

Pardon me while I post the names of these brave soles that gave there all and would just say "I was just doing my job"

1st Deputy Fire Commissioner William Feehan
Chief of Department Peter Ganci, Jr.
Assistant Chief of Department Donald Bums
Assistant Chief of Department Gerard BarbaraFDNY
Chaplain Father Mychal Judge
Battalion 1Battalion Chief Matthew Ryan
Lieutenant Paul Mitchell
Battalion 2Battalion Chief Richard Prunty
Battalion Chief William McGovem
Firefighter Faustino Apostol, Jr.
Battalion 4Lieutenant Thomas O'Hagan
Battalion 6Battalion Chief John Williamson
Battalion 7Battalion Chief Orio Palmer
Lieutenant Stephen Harrell
Lieutenant Philip Petti
Battalion 8Battalion Chief Thomas DeAngelis
Battalion 9Battalion Chief Edward Geraghty
Battalion Chief Dennis Devlin
Lieutenant Charles Garbarini
Firefighter Alan Feinberg
Firefighter Carl Asaro
Battalion 11Battalion Chief John Paoliilo
Battalion 12Battalion Chief Fred Scheffold
Battalion Chief Joseph Marchbanks, Jr.
Lieutenant Glenn Perry
Battalion 13Lieutenant Brian Aheam
Battalion 22Lieutenant Charles Margiotta
Battalion 32Lieutenant Kenneth Phelan
Battalion 43Lieutenant Geoffrey Guja
Battalion 47Lieutenant Anthony Jovic
Battalion 48Battalion Chief Joseph Grzelak
Firefighter Michael Bocchino
Battalion 57Battalion Chief Dennis Cross
Safety Battalion 1Battalion Chief Lawrence Stack
Firefighter Robert Crawford
Division 1Captain Joseph Farrelly
Captain Thomas Moody
Division 11Captain Timothy Stackpole
Division 15Captain Thomas Haskell, Jr.
Captain William O'Keefe
Captain Martin Egan, Jr.
Engine 1Lieutenant Andrew Desperito
Firefighter Michael Weinberg
Engine 4Firefighter Thomas Schoales
Firefighter James RichesFirefighter Paul Tegtmeier
Firefighter Calixto Anaya, Jr.
Engine 5Firefighter Manuel Delvalle
Engine 6Firefighter Thomas Holchan
Firefighter Paul Beyer
Engine 8Firefighter William Johnston
Firefighter Robert Parro
Engine 10Lieutenant Gregg Atlas
Firefighter Paul Pansini
Firefighter Jeffrey Olsen
Engine 21Captain William Burke, Jr.
Engine 22Firefighter Martin McWilliams
Firefighter Thomas Casoria
Firefighter Michael Elferis
Firefighter Vincent Kane
Engine 23Firefighter James Pappageorge
Firefighter Hector Tirado, Jr.
Firefighter Robert McPadden
Firefighter Mark Whitford
Firefighter John Marshall
Captain Thomas Farino
Firefighter Robert Spear, Jr.
Firefighter Dana Hannon
Engine 33Lieutenant Kevin Pfeifer
Firefighter Robert Evans
Firefighter Michael Boyle
Firefighter Robert King, Jr.
Firefighter David Arce
Firefighter Keithroy Maynard
Firefighter Bran Bilcher
Engine 46Firefighter Gregory Sikorsky
Engine 54Firefighter Leonard Ragaglia
Firefighter Paul Gill
Firefighter Jose Guadalupe
Firefighter Christopher Santora
Engine 55Lieutenant Peter Freund
Firefighter Stephen Russell
Firefighter Robert Lane
Firefighter Christopher Mozzilla
Engine 152Firefighter Robert Cordice
Engine 201Lieutenant Paul Martini
Firefighter Greg Buck
Firefighter Christopher Pickford
Firefighter John Schardt
Engine 205Lieutenant Robert Wallace
Engine 207Firefighter Shawn Powell
Firefighter Karl JosephFirefighter Kevin Reilly
Engine 214Firefighter Carl Bedigian
Firefighter Kenneth Watson
Firefighter Michael RobertsFirefighter John Florio
Engine 216Firefighter Daniel Suhr
Engine 58Lieutenant Robert Nagel
Engine 65Firefighter Thomas McCann
Engine 74Firefighter Ruben Correa
Engine 37Firefighter John Giordano
Engine 40Lieutenant John Ginley
Firefighter Kevin Bracken
Firefighter Steve Mercado
Firefighter Bruce Gary
Firefighter Michael Lynch
Firefighter Michael Dauria
Engine 217Firefighter Steven Coakley
Firefighter Neil Leavy
Engine 219Firefighter John Chipura
Engine 226Firefighter Stanley Smagala, Jr.
Firefighter Brian McAleese
Firefighter David DeRubbio
Engine 230Firefighter Eugene Whelan
Firefighter Michael Carlo
Firefighter Jeffrey Stark
Firefighter Frank Bonomo
Firefighter Edward White
Engine 279Firefighter Ronnie Henderson
Firefighter Anthony Rodriguez
Firefighter Michael Ragusa
Engine 285Firefighter Raymond York
Ladder 2Captain Frederick Ill, Jr.
Firefighter Dennis Mulligan
Firefighter Michael Clarke
Firefighter Carl Molinaro
Firefighter Daniel Harlin
Firefighter George DiPasquale
Firefighter Denis Germain
Ladder 3Captain Patrick Brown
Lieutenant Kevin Donnelly
Firefighter Gerard Dewan
Firefighter James Coyle
Firefighter Joseph Maloney
Firefighter Michael Carroll
Firefighter Joseph Ogren
Firefighter John McAvoy
Firefighter Jeffrey Giordano
Firefighter Timothy McSweeney
Firefighter Steven Olson
Ladder 4Captain David Wooley
Lieutenant Daniel O'Callaghan
Firefighter Michael Brennan
Firefighter John Tipping II
Firefighter Samuel Oitice
Firefighter Joseph Angelini, Jr.
Firefighter Michael Haub
Firefighter Michael Lynch
Ladder 5Lieutenant Vincent Glammona
Lieutenant Michael Warchola
Firefighter John Santore
Firefighter Paul Keating
Firefighter Louis Arena
Firefighter Thomas Hannafin
Firefighter Gregory Saucedo
Firefighter Andrew Brunn
Ladder 7Lieutenant Vernon Richard
Firefighter George Cain
Firefighter Charles Mendez
Firefighter Vincent Princiotta
Firefighter Robert Foti
Firefighter Richard Muldowney, Jr.
Ladder 8Lieutenant Vincent Halloran
Ladder 9Firefighter Jeffrey Walz
Firefighter Gerard Baptiste
Firefighter John Tierney
Ladder 10Firefighter Sean Tallon
Ladder 11Lieutenant Michael Quilty
Firefighter Matthew RoganF
irefighter John Heffernan
Firefighter Edward Day
Firefighter Richard Kelly, Jr.
Firefighter Michael Cammarata
Ladder 12Firefighter Angel Juarbe, Jr.
Firefighter Michael Mullan
Ladder 13Captain Walter Hynes
Firefighter Dennis McHugh
Firefighter Thomas Hetzel
Firefighter Gregory Stajk
Firefighter Thomas Sabella
Ladder 15Lieutenant Joseph Leavey
Firefighter Douglas Oelschlager
Firefighter Richard Allen
Firefighter Arthur Barry
Firefighter Scott Kopytko
Firefighter Thomas Kelly
Firefighter Eric Olsen
Firefighter Scott Larsen
Ladder 16Lieutenant Raymond Murphy
Firefighter Robert Curatolo
Ladder 20Lieutenant John Fischer
Firefighter James Gray
Firefighter David LaForge
Firefighter Sean Hanley
Firefighter Robert Linnane
Firefighter Robert McMahon
Firefighter John Burnside
Ladder 21Lieutenant Michael Fodor
Firefighter Benjamin Suarez
Firefighter Gerald Atwood
Firefighter Keith Glascoe
Firefighter Gerard Duffy
Firefighter Joseph Henry
Firefighter William Krukowski
Ladder 24Captain Daniel Brethel
Firefighter Stephen Belson
Ladder 25Firefighter Kenneth Kumpel
Firefighter Joseph Rivelli, Jr.
Firefighter Robert Minara
Firefighter John Collins
Firefighter Paul Ruback
Firefighter Matthew Barnes
Ladder 35Captain Frank Callahan
Firefighter Vincent Morella
Firefighter James Giberson
Firefighter Michael Otten
Firefighter Michael Roberts
Ladder 38Firefighter Joseph Spor
Ladder 42Firefighter Peter Bielfeld
Ladder 101Lieutenant Joseph Gullickson
Firefighter Joseph Maffeo
Firefighter Patrick Byrne
Firefighter Thomas Kennedy
Firefighter Salvatore Calabro
Firefighter Terence McShane
Firefighter Brian Cannizzaro
Ladder 105Captain Vincent Brunton
Firefighter Thomas Kelly
Firefighter Dennis O'Berg
Firefighter Henry Miller, Jr.
Firefighter Frank Palombo
Ladder 111Lieutenant Christopher Sullivan
Ladder 118Lieutenant Robert Regan
Firefighter Peter Vega
Firefighter Scott Davidson
Firefighter Leon Smith, Jr.
Firefighter Vernon Cherry
Firefighter Joseph Agnello
Ladder 131Firefighter Christian Regenhard
Ladder 132Firefighter Sergio Villanueva
Firefighter Michael Kiefer
Firefighter John Vigiano II
Firefighter Thomas Mingione
Firefighter Andrew Jordan
Ladder 136Firefighter Michael Cawley
Ladder 163Firefighter Thomas Gambino, Jr.
Special Operations CommandBattalion
Chief Raymond Downey
Battalion Chief Charles Kasper
Battalion Chief John Moran
Captain Patrick Waters
Haz Mat OperationsBattalion
Chief John Fanning
Rescue Company 1Captain Terence Hatton
Lieutenant Dennis Mojica
Firefighter Kenneth Marino
Firefighter William Henry
Firefighter Gerard Nevins
Firefighter Joseph Angelini
Firefighter Gary Geidel
Firefighter Patrick O'Keefe
Firefighter David Weiss
Firefighter Michael Montesi
Rescue Company 2Lieutenant Peter Martin
Firefighter John Napolitano
Firefighter William Lake
Firefighter Kevin O'Rourke
Firefighter Daniel Libretti
Firefighter Edward Rall
Firefighter Lincoln Quappe
Rescue Company 3Firefighter Thomas Foley
Firefighter Gerard Schrang
Firefighter Raymond Meisenheimer
Firefighter Donald Regan
Firefighter Christopher Blackwell
Rescue Company 4Captain Brian Hickey
Lieutenant Kevin Dowdell
Firefighter Durrell Pearsall
Firefighter William Mahoney
Firefighter Peter Nelson
Firefighter Terrence Farrell
Rescue Company 5Captain Louis Modafferi
Lieutenant Harvey Harrell
Lieutenant Michael Russo
Firefighter Nicholas Rossomando
Firefighter Jeffrey Palazzo
Firefighter Michael Fiore
Firefighter Carl Bini
Firefighter John Bergin
Firefighter Joseph Mascall
Firefighter Allan Tarasiewicz
Firefighter Andre Fletcher
Firefighter Douglas Miller
Squad Company 1Captain James Amato
Lieutenant Edward D'Atri
Lieutenant Michael Esposito
Firefighter Stephen Siller
Firefighter Matthew Garvey
Firefighter Thomas Butler
Firefighter Peter Carroll
Firefighter Gary Box
Firefighter David Fontana
Squad Company 18Lieutenant William McGinn
Firefighter Timothy Haskell
Firefighter Eric Allen
Firefighter Lawrence Virgilio
Firefighter David Halderman
Firefighter Manuel Mojica
Firefighter Andrew Fredericks
Squad Company 41Lieutenant Michael Healey
Firefighter Michael Lyons
Firefighter Thomas Cullen III
Firefighter Robert Hamilton
Firefighter Richard VanHine
Squad Company 252Lieutenant Timothy Higgins
Firefighter Kevin Prior
Firefighter Thomas Kuveikis
Firefighter Peter Langone
Firefighter Patrick Lyons
Firefighter Tarel Coleman
Squad Company 288Lieutenant Ronald Kerwin
Firefighter Jonathan Ielpi
Firefighter Joseph Hunter
Firefighter Ronnie Gles
Firefighter Timothy Welty
Firefighter Adam Rand
Firefighter Brian Sweeney
Firefighter Peter Brennan
Haz Mat Company 1Lieutenant John Crisci
Firefighter Dennis Scauso
Firefighter Martin DeMeo
Firefighter Dennis Carey
Firefighter Kevin Smith
Firefighter Jonathan Hohmann
Firefighter Thomas Gardner
Fire InvestigationFire Marshal Ronald Bucca
Battalion 49Paramedic Carlos Lillo
Battalion 57Paramedic Ricardo Quinn
NYPDEmergency Service Squad 1Police Officer Brian McDonnell
Emergency Service Squad 2Sergeant Michael CurtinDetective Joseph VigianoPolice Officer John Dallara
Emergency Service Squad 3Police Officer Vincent DanzPolice Officer Jerome DominguezPolice Officer Walter Weaver
Emergency Service Squad 4Sergeant John CoughlinPolice Officer Stephen Driscoll
Emergency Service Squad 7Police Officer Ronald KloepferPolice Officer Santos Valentin, Jr.
Emergency Service Squad 8Sergeant Rodney Gillis
Emergency Service Squad 10Police Officer Thomas LangonePolice Officer Paul Talty
Bomb SquadDetective Claude Richards
Bus UnitSergeant Timothy Roy
Transit District 4Police Officer Mark EllisPolice Officer Ramon Suarez
Video UnitPolice Officer Glen Pettit
6th PrecinctPolice Officer James Leahy
13th PrecinctPolice Officer Robert FazioPolice Officer Moria Smith
40th PrecinctPolice Officer John Perry
NY/NJ Port Authority
Superintendent of Police/Director of Public SafetyFred Marrone
Police Officer Christopher Amoroso
Police Officer Maurice Barry
Police Officer Liam Callahan
Police Lieutenant Robert Cirri
Police Officer Clinton Davis
Police Officer Donald Foreman
Police Officer Gregg Froehner
Police Officer Thomas Gorman
Police Officer Uhuru Houston
Police Officer George Howard
Police Officer Steve Huczko
Police Inspector Anthony Infante
Police Officer Paul Jurgens
Police Sergeant Robert Kaulfers
Police Officer Paul Laszczynski
Police Officer David LaMagne
Police Officer John Lennon
Police Officer John Levi
Police Officer James Lynch
Police Captain Kathy Mazza
Police Officer Donald McIntyre
Police Officer Walter McNeil
Police Officer Joseph Navas
Police Officer James Nelson
Police Officer Alfonse Niedermeyer
Police Officer James Parham
Police Officer Dominick Pezzulo
Police Officer Bruce Reynolds
Police Officer Antonio Rodrigues
Police Officer Richard Rodriguez
Police Chief James Romito
Police Officer John Skala
Police Officer Walwyn Stuart
Police Officer Kenneth Tietjen
Police Officer Nathaniel Webb
Police Officer Michael Wholey
Independent Rescue PersonnelFire PatrolKeith Roma
NYU HospitalKeith FairbemMario Santoro
Metrocare 15G2Yamel Merino
Forest Hills VolRichard Pearlman
Hunter AmbulanceMark Schwartz
Cabrini Medical CenterDavid Marc Sullins

Friday, September 7, 2007


Hat tip to My Baby Sister on this....Who worked in a Bank for quite a while

A new sign in the Bank Lobby reads: Please note that this Bank is installing new Drive-through ATM machines enabling customers to withdraw cash without leaving their vehicles. Customers using this new facility are requested to use the procedures outlined below when accessing their accounts." "After months of careful research, MALE & FEMALE Procedures have been developed. Please follow the Appropriate steps for your gender."

1. Drive up to the cash machine.
2. Put down your car window.
3. Insert card into machine and enter PIN.
4. Enter amount of cash required and withdraw.
5. Retrieve card, cash and receipt.
6. Put window up.
7. Drive off.
FEMALE PROCEDURE: Unfortunately, most of this part is the Truth!!!!
1. Drive up to cash machine.
2. Reverse and back up the required amount to align car windowwith the machine.
3 . Set parking brake, put the window down.
4. Find handbag, remove all contents on to passenger seat tolocate card.
5. Tell person on cell phone you will call them back and hangup.
6. Attempt to insert card into machine.
7. Open car door to allow easier access to machine due to itsexcessive distance from the car.
8. Insert card.
9. Re-insert card the right way.
10. Dig through handbag to find diary; with your PIN written onthe inside back page.
11. Enter PIN.
12. Press cancel and re-enter correct PIN.
13. Enter amount of cash required .
14. Check makeup in rear view mirror.
15. Retrieve cash and receipt.
16. Empty handbag again to locate wallet and place cash inside.
17. Write debit amount in check register and place receipt inback of chequebook.
18. Re-check makeup.
19. Drive forward 2 feet.
20. Reverse back to cash machine.
21. Retrieve card.
22. Re-empty hand bag, locate card holder, and place card intothe slot provided!
23. Give dirty look to irate male driver; waiting behind you.
24. Restart stalled engine and pull off.
25. Redial person on cell phone.
26. Drive for 2 to 3 miles.
27. Release Parking Brake.

as I said "COW"

what more can I say

Thursday, September 6, 2007

A great Motto

I read something today and I just had to repost it, it went something like this
"I'd rather be a conservative nutjob than a Libtard with no nuts or no job"


So....... a square Watermelon Is suppose to take up less room in the Fridge? It stacks nice....the kicker is will it still soak up the Vodka. : )

Wednesday, September 5, 2007


well this weekend was long, fun but really busy. Mrs F was being a Photographer at a horsemanship and ranch roping clinic put on buy a Man named Ricky Quinn. I liked him but you could not be thin skinned around him cuz he calls them as he sees em, anyway I was the I.S. support for the Mrs and down loaded over 2000 pictues onto the laptop. I have a picture I am going to post of a calf that has a brand in the middle of the ribs thas just says "cow" Its kinda like a bottle of beer that only says "BEER" on the label, I guess you would have to be raised around livestock

Saturday, September 1, 2007


Its Saturday and I am HOME ALONE, the girls are of to a horse clinic to be photographers and learn more about the Equine. I am babysitting the herd. and listening to lynard skynard box set that The Son brought back to me from A.I.T. at Fort Benning, there are just some fine musics on that there disc set "All I got, Lord, is my guitar But you can have that mister banker Won't you bury my papa for me" the blues coming off those tracks are just pure stone, I am wanting Pasta and Shrimps for dinner, We do this thing where we throw olive oil, garlic, kosher salt, and capers in with the shrimp and saute it all together then toss in the cooked pasta and finish it off with a little more Olive oil and Parmesan and Asiago cheese, Oh man with a little rustic bread, WOW