Category: legend

  • Paintball this weekend – Orion Valley – May 5, 2012 We are playing this Saturday, May 5th at Orion Valley.  The weather will be sunny with a high of 90, so let’s get started early.  Be at the field and ready to go by 9:30am. Primary scenario:  Pistols & Pumps That’s right . . . this weekend we’ll be kicking… Continue reading ""

  • IN CONGRESS, JULY 4, 1776 The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America When in the Course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and… Continue reading ""

  • The First A-Team Trailer The moment you all have been waiting for is here. The first trailer for the new A-Team movie got released today and in a word – it looks AWESOME. A few happies: 1) Liam Neeson looks to be a great Hannibal (cigar and all) 2) Sharlto Copley from District 9 as Murdock 3) Rampage keep the… Continue reading ""

  • Thriller. I remember growing up that MJ’s Thriller was always number 1 whenever MTV had their Top 100 Greatest Videos of all time. A short while after the Neverland incident they had another broadcast of the Top 100, but – I am assuming because of the controversy- Thriller was no longer number 1. I always felt like this was a… Continue reading ""

  • Happy Day of the Ninja! From the website: Prepare for the Annual Day of the Ninja. Forget ‘Talk Like a Pirate’ Day. This will truly be our chance to show the world what ninja are made of. Every year, December 5th is the Day of the Ninja. Plague your co-workers with ninja-ness and wear a ninja mask to work! Got… Continue reading ""

  • Congrats to Chief Petty Officer Baker! The Foundation has to give a shout-out to one of our own who is one step closer to becoming Master Chief. 🙂 After all of his hard work and toil (and time overseas in some real action), Mike has just been promoted to Chief Petty Officer Here is a shot of the man himself… Continue reading ""

  • The Death of the Omega Man “Political correctness is tyranny with a happy face.” – Charlton Heston, 1923-2008

  • March 6, 1836 – Ballad of the Alamo In the southern part of Texas, in the town of San AntoneThere’s a fortress all in ruins, that the weeds have overgrownYou may look in vain for crosses andÊ you’ll never see a oneBut sometimes between the setting and the rising of the sunYou can hear a ghostly bugle, as the men… Continue reading ""