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Tuesday, February 26, 2008
Sending some of my games over to....

Read about a games donation drive to the troops over at Iraq, and even though i'm firstly against the war, and secondly, not an american, i decided to join in the drive, as i believe (and understand) that the troops are just following orders; they probably have no choice in it.

Packaged up some of my gamecube games, and a few relatively new games magazines, and sent them over.

The lady at the post office also helped in finding the lowest possible package for postage when she heard what i was trying to do with these games.

The organizer, Shane (seen in the first photo), posted a photo of a soldier with my stack of games..

The two flat boxes at the bottom were from me...

and here's how they stacked up.

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