Chris, at Pretty Fly for a Jersey Guy has a riddle for us How many Pizzas can fit in Barack Obama’s carbon footprint
President CO2 Cutter flew in 20 pizzas last month for himself and some friends. Special delivery, direct from St. Louis, Missouri. 860 miles, more or less.
Apparently you can’t get good take-out in DC.
Hypocrisy be thy name Leftists
On behalf of the Board of Directors of the non-profit organization that Chris helped establish, my heart is breaking. Our foundation, FITCO Cares, this country and most importantly, his wife Taya and their children, lost a dedicated father and husband, a lifelong patriot and an American hero.
Chris Kyle was a hero for his courageous efforts protecting our country as a U.S. Navy SEAL during four tours of combat. Moreover, he was a hero for his efforts stateside when he helped develop the FITCO Cares Foundation. What began as a plea for help from Chris looking for in-home fitness equipment for his brothers- and sisters-in-arms struggling with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) became an organization that will carry that torch proudly in his honor.
Chris died doing what he filled his heart with passion – serving soldiers struggling with the fight to overcome PTSD. His service, life and premature death will never be in vain. May God watch over his family and all those who considered Chris a true friend.
He will forever be missed.
The news stunned me last night. It broke my heart for his wife, his children, his family and fiends. This nation was built on the actions of heroes and heroes like Chris have kept this nation free and strong. Sometimes we forget that these men, the Green Berets, SEALS, Marine Corps Force Reconnaissance, and all the rest of our Special Forces, are just men. They are so highly trained, so skilled, such great warriors that we forget they are mortal. God bless every one of them for their devotion to duty, their sacrifice, and their continuation of the American legacy of heroism.
Go tell Chris Wysocki congrats! Way to go Chris! We here at The DaleyGator are coming up on our 4th, and Chris has been a great friend to Ed and I.
Five years. Five years ago today I started this blog.
Stats — 2385 posts, a little over 800,000 hits, almost 1,300 Twitter followers, and my Networked Blogs / Facebook “likes” stuck at 99. Would it be too much to ask for one more Facebook liker? Just one. Please?
Click the damn button!
Or maybe it’s stuck at 99. Kinda like the odometer on an old Pinto.
I used to obsess about my stats. Now I’m calmer. Or so the voices in my head tell me.
Rambling, I am.
Glad you’re here though. Five years is a long time. On the internet it’s an eternity, considering the click-click-click and click some more mantra of most web surfers. (Do we still call people “web surfers?” Or is there a new, hip term now? Nobody ever accused me of being hip!) So thanks for sticking around, and coming back.
Know what’s cool? When someone comes up to me in the supermarket and says “love your blog.” Alas there’s also the “Wysocki, you ignorant slut!” contingent as well; but enough about my wife.
I’m kidding dear!