If you’re the kind of person interested in scifi conventions, I’m the gaming director of a convention called Hypericon on the weekend of June 19-21 in Nashville. It’s currently only $30 for weekend, which includes access to a con suite with great food for the weekend.
If you’re interested, and wish to get a hotel […]
The good folks over at the Firearm Blog have noticed that 5.11 have brought back their Tactical Duty Kilts. I thought they had decided to give up these limited runs after not making a new announcement for April Fools. I’m curious if they got a bunch of email asking about.
I bought a couple of […]
The guns in parks bill is finally signed!
Of course, I was hoping for it to be signed and in effect before NRAAM, so we could have a cook out, but that didn’t happen.
Also, I love how my wonderful mayor has stated that he will “work with the Metro legal department to better understand […]
It’s official! I’ve made it as a gun blogger! I went to NRAAM and was given a wheelbarrow full of cash! I mean, I’ve been told that we bloggers are just paid off stooges for the gun industry.
I even have a picture!
Wookie not included
Thanks to Longhorn Jeff (who’s blog seems to […]
Is owned and run by hypocrites.
I figured I’d add a little bit of an addendum to Wizard’s Urgent Reminder:
1. Nashville is essentially in a giant bowl. The only way to get out and not go up hill is pretty much to jump in the river (I do not recommend jumping in the Cumberland). This means that Nashville is one […]
26-7. Just happened. Goes to the Governor next.
Looks like the “guns in local parks” bill in TN passed the house earlier today. The senate is set to vote on it in the morning. Interestingly enough, this bill states that it will take effect upon passing, so, assuming Governor Haslam signs off in a timely manner, it will take effect before the NRAAM.
A left-wing buddy of mine posted a link to this article on Facebook and stated “I can’t wait to learn if this was a permit-holding ‘responsible’ gun owner.”
I was able to quickly tell him “uh… no.”
See… as the law stands right now in the state of Tennessee, you can’t legally carry without a […]