A gift for Chad
As many of
you know, Chad has been down in Louisiana working for F.E.M.A. helping to
repair that hurricane devastated land. For those of you who are thinking,
ahh, isn't that a wonderful humanitarian gesture on his part, consider
this. One could make roughly the same bloated tax payer supported salary
by working for Halliburton in Iraq putting their life in jeopardy, or by
being a 'tent guy' working for F.E.M.A. in Louisiana. Good choice Chad.
But I digress, Chad, after a seven month stint (when is the last time you
were gone from home that long. . .
working manual labor), is going to take some time off. As part of
this time off he is going to be stopping by the old Woodard homestead out
here in Kentucky (to catch the running of the 'Derby' before heading out
to Portland), and I thought it would be appropriate to get him a gift to
show that I care, and I am impressed with his grueling work in a ravaged
land. That, and I forgot his birthday last year.
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