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  1. playerpianosara

    I like your blog! I thought one of your comments on another blog was interesting so I clicked the link and now I’m here. I recently graduated and miss learning, so I’m sure I’ll be back to your blog soon.

      1. playerpianosara

        Hi, I don’t think so. My family is from Indiana and I don’t believe any teach. Thanks for visiting my blog – I’m on vacation now so I’ll be reading/writing again in a couple weeks!

  2. Josè Pascal

    Surfing the waves of the web I am pleasantly stranded in this beautiful blog.

    I write under the pseudonym of Josè Pascal (a descendant of the great Colonel Aureliano Buendía).

    I invite you to visit my italian writing blog http://parolesemplici.wordpress.com/mytinbox/. I define this blog “In parole Semplici” as a “virtuacultural tin” box where they are guarded thoughts, memories, images, sounds, and simple stories. ”

    If you want to participate and to have more informations send me a letter to inparolesempli@gmail.com

    Good life and I hope to soon

    1. doggone

      Glad you were amused. Sadly, Greg still hasn’t made a cogent point that is supported by any credible sources, like case law, or a primary source serious photo, or something by an accepted historian.

      In any case, I just dropped by to let Greg know that after consulting with Laci and MikeB, we’ve reposted the silly photo of him with his finger on the trigger and the gun in his belt.
      MikeB pointed out that the blog had posted photos of MikeW a time or two, and that he’d also made the threat to complain to blogger. Since we were properly using the photo under Fair Use in all of the instances, complain away; we don’t expect blogger to agree with you.

      And since we are reversing ourselves on the photo, I will also stop deleting your comments.

      I will still challenge you to support your assertions, since most of them are silly. It’s nice to see Weer’d Beard admitting he still reads us.

      1. Greg Camp

        So you hide behind your view of Fair Use (a grey area with regard to the intellectual property of private citizens), rather than have the honor to follow my request. Shocking.

  3. mortalis09

    awesome blog, if you get a chance and have an inclination to do so feel free to check me out at gunpolitics.info. I’ve added your blog to my feeds and will be following it with interest.

  4. Michael

    I saw your comments on the On Point story of George Zimmerman being arrested. I like your ideas and I write myself from time to time also. I really hope America dosn’t get consumed completely by these people who jump on bandwagons and don’t think for themselves. Thank you for the web site, I know it’s a lot of work.

    1. Greg Camp

      Various bandwagons roll around from time to time, but it’s our job to stay on the ground and sing our own tunes. Thanks for stopping by.

  5. Family Friend

    Reply to your comment about “Gun Range Accident in Maryland – Man Dead”

    “Greg CampMarch 7, 2013 at 10:35 AM
    Since it happened in Maryland, it’s highly unlikely that the man had a carry license. Basic research, Mikeb, basic research.”

    Pat had more than 35 years experience in law enforcement.

    Patrick Allen “Smiley” Richards, 61, of Hughesville, MD, formerly of Brandywine, MD passed away on March 2, 2013 in Waldorf, MD. He was born on September 25, 1951 in Bethesda, MD to Edna (McCracken) and John Francis “Sam” Richards of St. Inigoes, MD.

    Pat devoted more than 35 years to his law enforcement career. He served ten years at the Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Department, before moving to the Prince George’s County Police Department. During his tenure as commander of the training academy, he implemented non-lethal techniques for detaining suspects; the community lauded his work as a means of minimizing use of force by the department. He retired as a Major from the department in 2001. For the last ten years, Pat worked for the Department of State, Office of Anti-Terrorism Assistance. He was an experienced firearms enthusiast, and enjoyed fitness, history, and especially enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren.

    In addition to his parents, Patrick is survived by his loving wife of 35 years, Petria Lynn Richards of Hughesville, MD; daughter and son-in-law, Kelli Lynn Horn and Carl William Horn, II of Chesapeake Beach, MD; son, Kyle Stuart Richards of California, MD; mother and father in-law, Norman B. Walker and Patricia Walker; and his grandchildren, Ryan Alexandra Horn and Carl William “Liam” Horn, III.

    Family and friends will be received for Patrick’s Memorial Life Celebration Gathering on Saturday, March 9, 2013 from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM at Brinsfield-Echols Funeral Home, P.A., 30195 Three Notch Road, Charlotte Hall, MD 20622. There will be a Memorial Service beginning at 5:00 PM, here at the funeral home. Rev. Martha Bonwitt will officiate.

    In Lieu of Flowers, memorial contributions may be made to: Alzheimer’s Association, 1850 York Road, Suite D, Timonium, MD 21093 (or) Susan G. Komen for the Cure, ATTN: Donor Services, PO BOX 650309, Dallas, TX 75265-0309.


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