This is what I had in mind...

This is what I had in mind...

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    This is what I had in mind...

    When I posted the "scripts" for the NRA,GOA, and SAF etc. HERE

    Please forgive the voice, I have a miserable cold... in addition to the fact that I have no real recording equipment anymore... and was not about to go on camera with a bed head and a "hed code" to boot.

    This is a quick and dirty youtube of the sort that would lend itself easily to texting, tweeting, and other social media as outlined in the "scripts" link above... they would be brief (less than a minute or so each) and if a complete set from those willing to volunteer who actually hold the positions outlined or had a voice to "re-enact" the actual folks who survived violent attacks through the use of firearms... They would get the message across quickly, concisely, and put an American, patriotic, face on CCW holders, firearms owners, etc. across the country.

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    Need feedback...

    Is this good. bad, neutral... if it's bad... I'll gladly delete it...

    Help...! INPUT!
    Rats!
    It could be worse!
    I suppose

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    Input? I'll give you some.

    It's awesome!!! Seriously. It's an excellent angle on things and it drives a point home. Well stated, also.
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