Originally Posted by 4Knights
I believe you forgot to mention the nickel must be from the generation in which you served so there may be more than a few wooden nickels and even a few made of stone!
If anyone is missing the items needed for the game you are welcome to stop here in Kansas on the way to the Rally and borrow either the entire game kit or just a few items. I understand there may be some damage during the game, so a substantiale deposit may be required.
Yes Ron, you are absolutely correct and I can tell that you obviously have played this game before, probably while you were in the army, in a fox hole, in the rain, eating ''K'' rations, with a sharp stick because you lost your mess kit. ANYHOW, due to your experience I have gone before the ''Game Committee'' and they have adjudged that you should be promoted to ''FIRST ASSISTANT in charge of the adjudication and confirmation of and concerning said nickles used in the registration of fellow Veterans when the register to play ''Name that Phobia''. Furthermore, you will also be responsible to check all needed supplies needed for the game. In conjunction with your new post you will be authorized to now wear the much coveted identification badge concerning your new post. Said badge will read ....''#1 A$$.''..... to authenticate your high rank and authority. You will be expected to file, in triplicate, appropriate forms concerning said nickles. One file for the main perminant file, one file for burning in the big campfire with the marsh mellows on a stick sitting a circle and one file to be used as a place mat while eating the sardenes and cheese for supper. You will also have the right to choose one Marine (armed with a bagel or a loaf of french bread) to stand guard over the a fore mentioned nickles and to see to their security. (I would not use Wayne the Marine or mick the Marine because either one of them will eat the bagel or the french bread)
Anyhow, THANKS FOR VOLUNTEERING......lol.......
Maybe we can share a camp fire sometime my Army friend. Many thanks for your service to this great nation ....... God bless all our veterans.