Thursday, May 31, 2007

More to come?!?

Stay tuned as more developes on this....

*UPDATE 3 June 2007*
I'll include a link to an article written by an excellent writer with many great articles under his belt, Robert Weller (AP Denver). Thank you Robert for this article and even the consideration to write such a thing. I must admit that through conversations with Robert, Matt Burden, as well as others, that I have decided to pursue continuing my blog. Just give me time as I work out the details.

http://www.armytimes.com/news/2007/06/ap_militaryblogs_070602/


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9 comments:

Anonymous said...

It will be great to have you back. Your writing style is excellent and we missed it. God bless you.

SYLKY said...

Yeah, ur darn right this ain't over. We got ur back Eddie! We love you too darn much! If worse comes to worse, you know we all gonna chip in to get ur book published when you get back. Keep writing, and save it all up. It ain't over til the fat lady sings... and I ain't singing yet. :-) Love ya buddy! Stay safe!

Anonymous said...

I am pleased that you will continue to blog. Your observations are historically more accurate than the mainstream media, its owners, the United States' administrative machine and the general public would like to admit. As for breaches of operational security, I think they have been systematically implemented by the designers of the surge. Thank you for your diligence and force protection.

Rejenia said...

Go for it! There are so many americans behind you, but do not know how to express their support. For everyone of us that comments, or emails there are others who just can't put "pen to paper." Well, we need your pen and your eyes. I am so appreciative of your service on our behalf, but right now I want to encourage you in your written word efforts. I admire your truth, and we need more of it.

Parafister20 said...

I just came across your blog. Good shit man. I'm in 4th BDE at FOB Salerno in Afghanistan. I'm keeping a blog of my own, but it is nowhere near as insightful as yours. I can't say I envy some of the stuff you guys are going through, but I definitely feel guilty about sitting in a TOC for 12 hours, being able to go to a gym, and then sleep in an air conditioned tent. You guys are keeping up the reputation of the 82nd and doing a damn fine job. See you back at Bragg.

CPL Kyle Dykstra, 4th BCT

micha said...

Hi, there's a article about you in the german magazin " Der Spiegel"

http://www.spiegel.de/netzwelt/web/0,1518,486686,00.html

marion wolff said...

if the iraquees couldn't yet get at you, how dare your own people???

so don't let the bush-fighters get a hold on your right of free speech -

by the way, you're only a few days older than my eldest daughter and it's just crazy to imagine that cool kids like you have to make things match for the rest of the world with no meeting end an either side of the rope.

i'll keep my fingers crossed while yours pulling the trigger for the world's enduring freedom (wasn't it?)

best regards from germany - you're in the german printmedia, that's how i got to know about your blog

be blessed

marion, revisiting

Mike said...

Your blog and the discussion about it made it even to the German newspapers ... Good Luck over there and just continue.

Anonymous said...

Big up urself m8! Greetings from Germany and keep up the good work. From my own time in the German army and a tour of duty in Sarajevo (piece o cake that was) I can only quote what I read on a wall near a place where 2 journalists got killed ...

"The first victim in a war is truth."

Hence don't give up!