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Discussion in 'Bluegrass Glockers' started by glockguy609, Aug 14, 2007.
My son called me for my b-day, it's been 120 in Iraq, somehow 90 in shorts doesn't seem as bad now.
Happy birthday, my friend.
Yes, it kind of puts things in perspective, doesn't it.:
Sounds stupid but the heat is different in the desert. Less humid.I can only decribe it as hot like an oven.
Yea, yea, yea, But it's a dry heat.
Still Damn Hot!
Especially in kevlar.
Much thanks to him for his service.
You talkin about the temp over there or Josh? Gotta watch you like a hawk don't we
Yeah Tac that kevlar doesn't breath "AT ALL" whe I was LEO in DC I'd come in at the end of a summer shift on foot beat and my pants would be soaked to the knee where it just runs down
And thanks for the kind words you all, I am proud of him.
Dry heat, humid heat, 90's, 120's- it all sucks when you get a gravity-fed shower about every 10-12 days. Baby wipes only go so far.
Interceptor body armor looks cool when it gets salt rings around it.
Well, you know he IS your son. The apple doesn't fall far from the tree.