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July 07, 2005

Back in the USA

Greetings friends,

I am currently sitting in my cubicle at work. All geared up in camouflauge, clean-shaven, and sporting a Marine high and tight. Yes, I know I must look ridiculous. I seriously enjoyed the vagabond lifestyle and wished it was longer. However, I am not sad to be back either. I am all for free bathrooms, big portions, and refills. I love America. Why else would I join the Armed Forces?

Looking back at my month in Europe, I can think of terrific times with interesting characters, long train rides and people who don't know what deodarant is, scaling the high peaks of the Austrian and Swiss Alps, ice climbing in Interlaken, conversing in German to a nice old lady at a train stop in a small, quaint town in Switzerland, and much much more.

Because it really isn't about the pictures, they do not make the trips, it's the memories. That is the most important thing to me. You can steal my camera. Smash my souvenirs. Even break my David Hasselhof record.

But I'll be fine. Because I will always remember my adventures throughout Europe in the great month of June in this the year of our lord 2005.

Thanks for staying tuned ladies and gents,

James Michael DiBenedetto

Posted by Jimmy on July 7, 2005 11:35 AM

Welcome back! Sounds like you had an awesome time. I expect some good stories in German 201. See you then.


Posted by: Dennis on July 7, 2005 03:36 PM



Posted by: mike on July 7, 2005 05:23 PM

Most definitely, Dennis. I have some goofy stories to tell.

Mike, please. There is no way I'd let you near my Hasselhof tapes.

Posted by: jimmy on July 8, 2005 10:27 AM

OMGBBQWTF!!! that trip sounds hot nigga-san.....GERMANY FOR LIFE KIDZZZZZZZ.....

F D A....goes out to all those euro-women with BO and hairy armpits wooters

Posted by: Juan on July 17, 2005 10:44 AM
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