Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator (ludickid) wrote,
Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator
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Melvins With Firearms

Bob "Confederate Yankee" Owens on his warring nature: khaki-shorts-wearing white suburban square vs. gun-toting white suburban lunatic.

As it turns out, a J-frame revolver with a full grip like that of the 637CT doesn’t fit real well in anything but the large side pockets of the cargo-style shorts I was wearing, so with every step, the 637CT slapped against my thigh. It was annoying, to put it mildly. Minimal clothing was required to deal with the heat with any degree of comfort, so the pocket holster, paired with a revolver with a full-size grip, was off the carry list until it was cool enough outside for a jacket.


Oh, Bob. (Owens, for those of you who don't follow the right-wing crazies, is famous for having criticized government assistance for poor people who had been made homeless by Hurricane Katrina, and then having a fund-raiser on his website because a windstorm blew over his grill.)

Does everyone see what I mean now when I say that being a liberal gun owner is a lot like being a comic book fan? It means, basically, being constantly embarrassed and ashamed by all the people who like the thing you like.
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