But when he’s right, he’s right.
Of course, it’s a reprise of the theme from Feldman’s recent book Riccochet: Confessions of a Gun Lobbyist, which was quite popular with the East Coast intelligencia and no one else. Feldman casts himself as a centerist, the voice of reason in the middle of the gun debate. he is, of course, neither of those things. I have met the man, and his need to be “important,” to be somebody, oozes from the pores of his skin. He is Sarah Brady in a cheap suit.
Bane, you keep writing like that, and I’ll keep watching your show. You know, that’s one of the things I really like about Michael Bane – I never got the impression that he felt like he was any different than every other gunnie. Same reason I like Jim Scouten.
*It does, a little bit. But you’re still awesome.
I don’t know why anyone cares about that earring.
Yeah, he’s gotta lose the earring. I spend too much time looking to see if he’s wearing it at the range sessions….
He took it off when he went to Guncite…probably not an accident.
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