If I could just get a full nights sleep.
If its not the noises of the city, its having to get up for going toewing. If its not that its doing a SAR mission and if that wasn’t enough of course there’s the radio station and its network. If there’s no rest for the wicked , what is it for us that are doing Gods work?
In a real way one could say that the clubs are ministries. Reaching beyond the obvious and growing to degrees that I’d not had imagined when we were founded. The conversion of us from our roots to increasing our reach as a not so much obvious OTR truck custom group is one part of it. Back in 2008 with interests and a weaning affection of all things Dukes, the decision was made at Shorty’s saloon in Boise to begin some distancing our group from that of so much DOH and more OTR. It just so happened that SOA was on TV when nothing else would come in, and we became the heavy lifters and 18wheels of SAMCRO MC. In many ways we in fact became MC EXpress. With that in mind the only thing that came out of the old organization that has remained steadfast is the AyreWolvez.
It was once we got to Gooding that it was made clear that a full on radio gig and constructing a online Internet radio station for all who had diesel fuel in their veins was required. But we already had Dixie Diesel Trucker Radio, as it was in the original Hazzard Knytes. Of course there was us who had wings and things in our brains that started to drain, so we gave altitude to AyreWolf Radio. In late 2009 I had moved closer to where the OTA part of our media arm is, and I can tell you just one year it didn’t take long for Warbird Radio to come up like a SAM, right into our belly. The need to combine things Hazzard County and things AyreWolf Radio was needed.
So after a few brews one evening sitting up watching TV, and all I had just settled in and the name bolted me out of bed faster than a rising virgin pecker on prom night. HazzardAyre. But what about just a show for just military aviation? It was a year or so after that I thought hey we who push the edge of aviation in our flying are a bit wild. Thought was a wild hair in my butt, but after some thought WyldAyre was born and thus that’s us.
Of the 50,000 and growing membership of both organizations making 100,000 members nationwide under the umbrella of Confederate Steele Media, the Knytes-of-Anarchy/AyreWolvez has amassed a treasury of just under $300,million. But having money , doesn’t always mean the ability to use it wisely. Which is where I come in, and why my days and nights are filled with constant work. As the Executive Commander of the AyreWolvez as well as retaining authority as Executive Administrative Officer of the Knytes-of-Anarchy, its my responsibility to make sure funds are used intelligently.
While there is a President, currently deployed in the USMC, and a VEE-PEE also currently deployed, along with 60% of the entire membership, its up to 20 of us in various fields of expertise to make sure the will of the club and the Lord our God is done. But it does cause long days, longer nights and great stress. Which is why, I’d give just about anything to get a full nights sleep. This is why we as a club, mostly for my benefit, to hire some people to do some light lifting on club projects and work. This is what the gal recruiting was for last year about this time. Not just for pin up girl things but to put those things together. Nothing makes that easier than having another female do the recruiting and training. It wasn’t just for on air in the studio of both HazzardAyre and WyldAyre Radio. Of course there’s the question of , well you got one you owe money to for housekeeping, sure, but how do you pay someone when you don’t know how many hours they worked or a name to put on the check? The day she came, I was incoherent with a bad sugar day and really in bed. If she’d have left her name and how long she worked on a piece of paper on my living room table she’d been paid by now.
But that’s me, not the club. There’s albeit a fine line between the two, but the club is one thing, me and my domestic things is another.
Any mile, I’m checking out for the night, I’ll see ya’ll in the morning on the air.
Oh and to bring this in for a landing. Got an inquiry from some gal in Farmington Utah, funny I lived there. Any mile she asked what a warbird pin up girl is? Here’s what one looks like>or> of course if you have to ask, what a pin up girl is you most likely are not cut out for this kind of photo work.
Keep it wings level
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