Operation: Supply Drop

Hey!!! I don’t have a lot of time, so I’m going to have to make this quick, buuuuuuut —

I am SO excited to announce I’m now working with Operation: Supply Drop!

Operation: Supply Drop (O:SD) is a non-profit that has donated over $58,000 dollars worth of videogames and gear to troops deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan. Remarkably enough, all of this was a one-man operation — until I came along, that is! And how exactly did I “come along”, you ask? I found out about O:SD via a press release, thought to myself “I MUST WORK WITH THIS MAN” and proceeded to stalk and nag Stephen until he agreed to let me on board. Worked like a charm. 😉

I’m honored to help Mr. Stephen “Shanghai Six” Machuga (I only called him Mr. so it’ll make him seem old) (we already get along soooo well… ) with O:SD. This is seriously one the most exciting things I’ve done in a LONG time. That being said, this partnership is new — so new, in fact, that it was just solidified last night — therefore we’re still getting things ironed out, so I don’t have a lot more to say at the moment, but I’ll definitely keep you guys posted!

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  • Congrats! It sounds like he does good work, so this is definitely a great cause that anyone should be proud to support.

  • Congratulations!

  • Thank you for doing this. Anything that helps maintain decent troop morale levels is a huge service to them. For most troops, they just need to know that someone cares and supports them. You get a remote Super Huge Bear Hug from me.

  • Boo. Hey, I’m that guy she’s working with. There’s a very weird connection right out of the gate; our half hour conversation last night was awesome. Miss Britt was coming at me with a level of excitement I’m not accustomed to from my all volunteer army; I have a feeling she’s going to be bringing a lot to the table in the coming months.

    Oh, and hit me up at @shanghaisix and let’s get some Tweetin’ on.

  • commanderofyomi

    Congrats this is great to hear! The troops certainly need more things like this. Have a few over seas right now that would be too excited to hear about this.

  • david

    Holler if I can help.