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Will Run Auction from now till Monday Nov. 15th

Highest Bidder will get 1 pimp out and a boomy bling from me....

Good luck to all ya'll out there...

Don't forget to fan me if you haven't already :)


Thanx Everyone....

Vixy Won 1 pimp out N boomy or 10 credits which ever she prefers :D

  Ok so I do like to spoil so I've figured I'd take 5 slots out of my top friends to give specifically to my boy toys.

  To qualify you must be physically fit.

Must do a salute with my name shirtless

Must rate my profile once a day at least

I will rate your profile once a day as well

Must Trade Pimpout's With My At Least 3x A Week

heavy raters will always get a bling from me

And on my bombing days you will get bombed without having any 11's or asking

Must also have a minimum of 250 photos posted in one album.

Must also be willing to fu marry me if we level 5x together LOL


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Remains recovered, identified 11/2003. burial 01/09/2004 Arlington National
Name: Michael Timothy McCormick
Rank/Branch: O3/US Navy
Unit: Attack Squadron 115, USS MIDWAY
Date of Birth: 08 July 1946
Home City of Record: Honolulu HI
Date of Loss: 10 January 1973
Country of Loss: North Vietnam
Loss Coordinates: 185948N 1051836E (WG327003)
Status (in 1973): Missing in Action
Category: 2
Aircraft/Vehicle/Ground: A6A
Other Personnel in Incident: Robert A. Clark (missing)
Refno: 1979
Source: Compiled by Homecoming II Project with the assistance of one or more
of the following: raw data from U.S. Government agency sources,
correspondence with POW/MIA families, published sources, interviews: 01
January 1990. Updated by the P.O.W. NETWORK 2004 with information proved by
Dave Anderson.
SYNOPSIS: Lt. Michael T. McCormick was a pilot and Lt.JG Robert A. Clark a
bombardier/navigator assigned to Attack Squadron 115 onboard the aircraft
carrier USS MIDWAY (CVA-41). On January 10, 1973, 17 days before an
agreement was signed in Paris ending American involvement in the war in
Southeast Asia, McCormick and Clark launched in their A6A "Intruder" attack
aircraft. Together with another A6 aircraft, they were to provide support
for B52 air strikes, and had three targets assigned to them over North
The weather that day was overcast with a 1500 foot cloud cover. There was
intense surface-to-air (SAM) missile activity in their target area, and an
estimated total of 15 missiles were fired - three at the USS Midway aircraft
and 12 at the B52s. The crew of another aircraft reported that he did not
think the missiles were aimed at him. The boosters of the missiles were
diffused by the overcast, which proved to be very distracting. On egress the
crewman noted additional SAM boosters along with the glow from the B52 bomb
strikes. He coasted out over the coast and planned to orbit there until
McCormick and Clark crossed the coastline to join him.
When McCormick and Clark did not arrive, and there was no radio contact, the
wingman retraced his route at an altitude of 15,000 feet while making
numerous radio calls. No fires were seen and no enemy reaction was noted.
Other aircraft crewmembers thought they heard a 3-4 second transmission that
sounded like an ECM (emergency transmission), but Search and Rescue (SAR)
missions were flown in the area with no contact and no crash location or
wreckage found.
McCormick and Clark were last known to be over Nghe An Province, about 20
miles west of the city of Phu Dien Chau. Both men were placed in Missing in
Action status. Other than the brief radio signal, no sign of either man was
ever found.
Because of the circumstances surrounding the downing of this aircraft, and
the fact that the area was heavily defended, the U.S. believes there is good
reason to suspect that the Vietnamese know the fates of McCormick and Clark.
The Vietnamese, however, deny any knowledge of them.
Mounting evidence indicates that Americans are being held prisoner in
Southeast Asia today. As long as even one American remains alive, held
unjustly and against his will, we owe him our best effort to bring him home.
McCormick and Clark could be among those thought to be alive. What must they
be thinking of their country?
From - Tue Jul 14 07:11:12 1998
I was a veteran of the air war over North Viet Nam and took an interest in
the POW NET biographies page of your site.
I was acquainted with a number of officers at Naval Air Station Whidbey
Island who manned the A-6A squadrons deployed on Pacific Fleet carriers.  I
deployed with Attack Squadron ONE FOUR FIVE (VA-145) on the USS RANGER just
prior to the start of LINEBACKER II.  I knew, for a time, several men on
the POW/MIA list; Fred Holmes, Harry Mossman, Rod Lester, and Bob Randall.
I lived across the street from Robert (Al) Clark who was lost just weeks
before the cease fire.  He left behind a son that he never saw.  It is
known by many in Naval Aviation that Al had a distant connection with the
basis for the opening scene in the movie, "Flight of the Intruder."  Al's
pilot on the night they were shot down was Mike McCormick.  Several months
before being lost, Mike had flown a mission with LCDR Ray Donnelly.  Ray
died from a round from a large automatic weapon that struck the cockpit and
hit him.   Mike brought him back to the USS MIDWAY for what must have been
the hardest night landing in Naval Aviation history.
Sometimes it seems that the absolute best amongst us didn't come home.
Dave Anderson
July 1998

 Not on this site but another that I frequent I was friend requested. Per my norm I accepted without prejudice and was happy to make another friend. So a private message was sent to me so I go to read it. He asks, do you date black guys? My reply was, not normally but if the guy is nice enough I don't have a problem with it.  His response was and I quote " Then keep your cracker lovin ass off my page!" I'm like and responded, dumbass you requested me.... I then deleted and blocked him.

Now I've been through a lot with racism on both sides. My heritage is german and ethiopian. My family owns 2 plantations currently of course not active but they are what they are. I am so angry right now about the whole thing. This random guy who requested me mind you, had the nerve to get angry at me because of my personal preferences. I'm attracted to who i'm attracted to that's that. I apologize to no one about who I am and what I like.

I really don't understand how someone can be so angry about racism but then exibit the same hatred.

Just wanted to share that tid bit.

Thanx for reading my rants

Later Fu's

Vampyres, vampires, nosferatu, the undead . . . Humans raised from the dead to spend eternity in constant quest of ruby-red, warm blood. Human blood is food of choice, but animal blood will temper their hunger. They are neither fallen angels nor demons sent by Satan to temp or corrupt. They can be evil, but the evil they do is their own. But first, on earth as vampyre sent, Thy corpse shall from its tomb be rent: Then ghastly haunt they native place, And suck the blood of all thy race; There from they daughter, sister, wife, At midnight drain the stream of life . . . Wet with thine own best blood shall drip Thy gnashing tooth and haggard lip; Then stalking to thy sullen grave Go - and with the ghouls and afreets rave, Till these in horror shrink away From specter more accursed than they! by Lord Byron from The Giaour (1813) My thanks goes out to the alt.vampyres newsgroup (web site located at http://www.altvampyres.com/) for the information provided by the members and their FAQ, but most especially to BJ Kuehl for providing much needed information whenever it was requested. Without this newsgroup, this page would have been even more difficult to build. Thank you one and all. Contents (Click on a heading to move to that topic) A Taste for Blood The Making of a Vampyre The Vampyre's Kiss Types of Vampyres Vampyre Powers Vampyre Perils To Kill a Vampyre Vampyres Through Time A Taste for Blood Both the Vampyre (a human being raised from the grave) and the Werewolf (a man or woman transformed into a wolf) have much in common. They are both made of mortal stuff; they are not fallen angles nor are they demons sent by Satan to tempt or corrupt. Both display a supernatural strength and agility, as well as share the ability to "shape-shift", i.e. change their shape at will. Further, both use their well-developed incisors in the never ending quest of the same nourishment -- hot, pulsing and deep red human blood. However, while the vampyre needs blood to survive, draining his victims so that he might live; the werewolf is both cannibal and carnivore, relishing in the hunt itself and then reveling in the blood and flesh of his victims. According to some occult lore, the werewolf, on his death becomes a vampyre -- an interesting graduation, don't you think? Be that as it may, the vampyre and the werewolf have traveled through the myths of history trailing death and destruction forever burning their footprints into the blood they have spilled over the centuries. In both occult history and folklore, the oldest vampyre figures were female, from the Greek Lamiai to the Malaysian Langsuyar and the Jewish Lilith. In addition, there were many female "vampyre like" creatures that were prominent in the lore of polytheistic cultures. Kali, the dark goddess of India was such a figure as were the witch/vampyres of West Africa. Closely related to the female vampyres were figures such as the Incubus or Succubus and the Mara. None of these entities were vampyres, though each behaved in ways reminiscent of vampyres -- attacking their male or female victims in the night and leaving them distraught and exhausted in the morning. However, as the centuries passed, it was the male vampyre that captivated the majority of cultures. Castle Dracula
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