Peter, aka Bayou Renaissance Man, has finished his book! Click that link to pick it up from him, or click below.
More and more of our friends are becoming authors! So cool.
Well the state just processed the fee for my renewal so at least we know it is there. Five days in.
When this happens, I am apparently responsible
Zombie Moses in the hoochie mama summer casual uniform…
Well, you gotta admit, it beats Wayne LaPierre in fishnets and a bustier.
But I like it! If I can find a Charlton Heston mask, I’ll do Charlton in a hooker outfit and pushup bra if y’all put me in the top 3 in fundraising this year.
And now we have a glimpse into the madness that will be this year’s Kilted To Kick Cancer fundraiser. You might start saving your pennies now. September isn’t that far away.
I already wrote about that. I just did it over there.
Pro-Gun Attorney Andrew Branca emailed me a while back asking me to check out his blog, The Law of Self Defense. I am very glad that I did. Andrew does very interesting analysis of court cases related to self defense and puts the legalese into layman’s terms.
He points out that in a self defense encounter, there are two fights we must win. Obviously, we can’t lose the immediate fight with the attacker, but one we’ve made it past that hurdle, we’ve still got a legal fight to win. What he provides is not legal advice, only your attorney can do that, but information that can be valuable before, during, and after a defensive encounter. These are real life cases, and I encourage you to check it out.
Andrew did nothing other than ask for me to check out his blog and consider trading links. I have not been compensated for my endorsement in any way.
So, you may have noticed me fretting about things like writing a bio and deadlines recently. Well, there might just be a logical explanation for that. Psst. Click that.
Thanks again, Kenn Blanchard for making the introduction. Truly, you meet the best people on the internet.
Also, Holy Crap! I’m a writer! I have and editor and deadlines and everything. Oh! And press credentials for the NRA convention. See you there.
Honestly, I have many friends in need of support right now, but a lot of that is private and emotional. I offer them my thoughts and prayers and phone calls and messages.
But sometimes a friend makes it known, makes it public that they could use some help. Go check out what’s going on with Bonnie.
It’s getting down to the wire on contest/fundraiser that Linoge is hosting for HAVA. I know, money is tight for everyone. But come on, it’s not like you can spend it on ammo right now anyway. There’s lots of cool stuff you could win.
But really, even if your name doesn’t come out of the hat, you’ll be helping those that have given so much for us. Here is an organization that is embracing the support of the firearms enthusiast community too. It’s only $5 for an entry. Be a hero to our heroes.