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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Signs - Supporting our Troops!

I saw this sign on the side of a semi-truck that was unloading at a store while we were stopped at a red light.


I hope they're not supporting them while in combat! ;)

I like how the cab of the truck is painted camouflage.

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19 comments:

Clytie said...

I am seeing this in two minds as well - pride for our companies who are supporting our troops, yet laughing that our troops are supposed by alcohol!!! What a great catch!

Clytie said...

Oops, "supported" by alcohol, not "supposed"! Arrrgh, my fingers are so cold right now I can hardly type!

Chip Allen said...

I can think of more than one occasion when we would have given ANYTHING for a cold beer when all we had was warm. chemically treated water from a canteen and a pouch of barely edible MREs.

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

awesome!

i love your header!

Mama Zen said...

Great catch, Pat!

RedPat said...

Nice one Pat!

Eva Gallant said...

That was pretty neat!

Country Gal said...

Could be a catch 22 as they say ! Cool cab though ! Have a great day !

Brian Miller said...

nice...i know what you are saying but it is really cool that they are supporting...

Ann said...

your header, how did you climb to the end of the palm frond to put the lights on?

NixBlog said...

Nice capture!

Kathy's Klothesline said...

Glad for the support, but, like you, I hope the "support" isn't with their product.

EG Wow said...

You have a good eye for signs, Pat!

Halcyon said...

Good sign! I bet they need a little Coors relief at the end of the day!

Yellow Tara said...

hahahhaha...hilarious, coors and combat? wow!

Kim, USA said...

Well I think they can have this while in the base, do you think it is okey?

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Gail said...

During World War II, Dad said he supplied his group with livation after the day was done...when he could.

I think it was supplied by the government.

Genie said...

That is one clever truck painting job. I love your take on the supporting the troops in battle. You were Johnny n the spot with that one. The place on the side looks like it is coming right at me...spooky. genie

labbie1 said...

Two thumbs up! And who can't use some refreshment in the desert?