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Date:11/23/2014 11:04:22 PM
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Ç°> Good Morning
This is Black Op's commodore Big Sissy (Rosalie Hale Bopp) bring you a status report. Secret Agents Warrior Princess (Leah), Cowboy (Daddy), and Zoo Keeper (Mommy) have completed phase 2 of BLACK OP's OPERATION "AJ" and I will turn it over to Secret Agent Warrior Princess to complete the briefing. The unclassified details of the operation are the following. Myself and Ruby ran the Black Op's side of the operation out of Camp Get Acquainted . My job was to run interference for Field Agents Cowboy and Zoo Keeper as they made the 2000 mile trip to Ohio and then to Michigan and back to Charleston SC. Agent Cowboy had a job interview in Ohio on Friday and they spent the night at Zoo Keeper skin brother's place. They had to rent a second car to make the trip into Michigan because the SC car rental place would not let them go into Michigan with the unlimited mileage rate. On Saturday they made their way into Michigan and there they adopted our new flock mate "Charles Riley Jake" You can read the unclassified Intel about Charles Riley Jake using the following code on the BC 66865. On Sunday they made the long trip home to Charleston SC. You can see a picture of Jake at the bottom of my page. Agent Cowboy was very glad that the car had heated seats. They helped with his back. The second round of injections have reduced his back pain by about 70%. I am glad that Operation AJ is over and that I am at home with my mommy and daddy again. Well it's time to chase the votely thing off of your page. Until the next Black Op operation Warrior Princess signing off. LOBH (Lots of Birdie Hugs) Ç°> Leah
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