February Auction for From the Trenches

And the winners are:

  • Vintage Liberty Bell After Shave: Anthony Watson – $20.00
  • Bill of Rights Necklace: Adrian – $20.00
  • One Shot One Kill: Bobcat Bob – $15.00
  • Silver Bar: Katie – $100.00
  • Lexington Concord Vintage Souvenir Fold-Out Postcard: Norm – $10.00
  • The Remedy for Tyranny T-Shirt: Ken Paulson – $25.00
  • Irresistible Revolution: Marxism’s Goal of Conquest & the Unmaking of the American Military: Swifty Lomax – $10.00
  • George Mason: Forgotten Founder: Norm – $10.00
  • National Suicide: Military Aid to the Soviet Union: Galen – $15.00

Thank you to all who participated, we do appreciate your support.

Galen, Swifty Lomax, and Mary are sponsoring an auction to raise funds for From the Trenches World Report.

This way, the Trenchers will get what they want and the Trenches will be supported.

All auctions will end on Friday, February 25th at noon, Pacific Time.

The winning bidder can either donate via PayPal or mail the donation to Henry Shivley, P.O. Box 964, Chiloquin, Oregon 97624.

Make sure you include your current mailing address so that the prizes can go out as soon as possible.

Thank you to Galen, Swifty Lomax, and Mary for the donations and to all who participate.

Good luck and have fun!

24 thoughts on “February Auction for From the Trenches

  1. Sorry I’m out this month. On Monday I broke my clavicle, ribs and got a big lump and lots of minor injuries. Can’t work. Can’t move. Can’t even wipe. Best of luck.

    1. Hope ya heal up soon Ed. I don’t know how old you are but I do know getting old aint for sissy’s. I took a fall at the lumber yard a couple of months ago and Im pretty sure I pulled a ligament in my knee. It hasn’t stopped hurting since. Yesterday I fell on it again and it was excruciating. I’m 62 but in my case it is that ya gotta be tough if you’re gonna be stupid.

    2. Oh man!
      I feel for you
      Sorry to hear that
      Coughing, laughing, sneezing, even breathing are all new experiences.
      May you heal fast and full.

  2. So sorry to hear Ed. Must be painful and a major stop on your daily life. When up to it, it’d be good to know how it happened. ‘Till then, may speedy healing come to you that you be up and running soon. Take care, brother, and even though you’re dealing with this, you’ve never been a pain in the neck. Ha, hope that made you smile.


  3. Thankw guys.
    I exited the back of of a pickup at 30mph.
    It was my stupidity not the drivers. It’s been over a decade since a broken bone so I was due. I was always good at launching just not good at landings. Still not.

    1. What, was the truck on fire? Or was there reason to your madness? I’m going to figure the latter.
      Anything we can do, give a call. I’m healing a lot slower at sixty than I was at thirty. All a fella can do is just keep moving, quickest way to heal in my opinion.

      1. I was getting ready to hop off tailgate thinking the driver was going to stop. He didn’t. I thought he was doing 10 or less like normal. He wasn’t. It was rainy and it was slick. I didn’t judge speed properly. Perfect storm and I should have not been so eager to get off until it was safe.
        At 42 one would think I would have a good balance of capable and smarts.
        Lacking both so it seems.

      2. Sorry to hear your in pain Ed. Henry is very correct!! Im 59 yrs old, There nothing as painful as an old injury flaring up!! It takes for fckg ever to heal up again. Also before that gets better… something else has gone to sht and will take forever to heal!!! Getting old is not for pussies!! Hope the auction went well. Thanks trenchers.

    1. Jazz from Hell!! LOL funny! He was always the Guitarist from who knows where!!! I saw an interview where Grand Funk Railroad’s Mark Farner talked about showing Frank a gun.. He let him fire it several times. He said Frank always loved guns after that!!! lol

  4. This is the site of The Bill of Rights. The site among sites, where we know what we’re fighting for. Where we settle for NOTHING LESS than the living of our inalienable and unalienable rights. This is the site worth saving.


  5. Hey guys, liberty bell and Lexington/Concord memories are in the mail. That’s a lot of freedom comin’ your way. 🙂


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