Wednesday, November 24, 2010

You know what I'm thankful for this Thanksgiving?

I'm thankful that when Lori took this picture of this hole in my jeans...............

.......that the skin that she saw...........

.......wasn't the skin of my........

Harry Johnson, Harry Wang, The little soldier, Willie, Dick, Cock (roosters are known for getting up in the morning), Summer Sausage, The wild bologna pony, The head that thinks for me, My little pony, The "Package", Unit, The Tool, Power Drill, Jack Hammer, Schlong (for some it should be called Schort.), Weiner, Frankfurter, Turtle (Ask Lori),Jack-in-the-box, Noodle, Captain Winkie, Better than chocolate, "IT", The one eyed monster, The magic wand, The joystick, The Salamander, The Snake (a.k.a. Boa), .......penis.

I'm thankful that it was the skin on my thumb.

Hey, it's not like you've never been caught
with your hand down your pants, now is it??


What are you thankful for?

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

An Oldie but Goodie HNT

One of my many scars.


Wednesday, November 10, 2010

In Honor of Veteran's Day HNT

Today, Thursday is Veterans Day in the USA. It's the day we honor all military veterans. I am one of them and here's one of my stories. The rest can be found on my other blog,


This week’s HNT picture is of one of my many scars. I know I am supposed to give you a little humorous story about it, but that’s really isn't possible in this case.

As some of you know, I was wounded in Vietnam. I was an infantryman and my primarily responsibility was to hump ammunition for the M-60 machine gunner. Not a great job because I carried about 75 pounds of M-60 ammo in addition to my normal load of ammo for my M-16, hand grenades, canteens of water, C-rations, etc.

The night I was wounded, my squad of ten grunts was on our way to set up a night ambush. Every night a squad from our company was sent out to do this. To make a long story short, a bad guy set off a homemade claymore mine on our way to the ambush site. It was quite effective, because it wounded 7 out of the 10 of us. I was in the middle of the group, so I bared the brunt and received 35 multiple fragment wounds, literally from head to toe.

It took something like 600 stitches to close all my wounds. I spent almost 3 months in multiple military hospitals recovering and have numerous scars all over my body. Hey, but the bright side was it got me out of Vietnam after only 1 month and two days? In addition, almost none of the scars show when I’m clothed and I didn’t die. See there is a bright side to this story.

Well, today I am going to show you one of the least disgusting of my scars. This one I call “Bug”. I know it’s weird that I’ve named some of my scars, but live with it.

Since you may not have been able to make out Bug in the first picture so I have outlined it in this one.

As a side note, where did all those freckles come from? I swear, I didn't have that many before I took this picture. I think I'd better get my glasses checked.

Wednesday, November 03, 2010


Three score and two years ago baby BTExpress was born.

Boy, how time flies when you've had fun.


Monday, November 01, 2010


Anyone here live in the Orlando area and want to hang out? Lori and I will there for a week in December.