A Nurse with a Gun

Friday, July 31, 2009

A Reason to Drive to Missouri

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Anonymous Seabat said...

Xav,
Sometimes the photos don't come through for me. Could you put a little comment with them?
Otherwise, I'm looking at a blank space and wondering what is in it.
I'm in Missouri and the suspense is killing me.
Thanks, and keep writing, Matey.

4:44 PM  
Blogger Crucis said...

This dealer is just an hour down the road from me. He's had this promo quite some time now. It's just recently that the news has gotten out. I also heard a KC radio ad with a similar deal through a local indoor range. Buy a car/truck and get a coupon from the range/gunshop.

The latter was just jumping on the band-wagon. The first has done this deal before in prior years.

4:57 PM  
Blogger Nathan said...

Wow... "professional" newscasters like that are just downright scary. Leading questions, opinion dripping with arrogance and condescension, downright argumentative! The car dealer did an admirable job, though, (and I'm armchair quarterbacking here), I wish he would have spent less time defending and more time convincing, especially when it became clear she was taking such a hostile position. In addition, I wish he would have redefined "assault weapon" to what it really is: a full-auto battle weapon.

In any case, God bless that car dealer and I hope he sells a lot of cars!

5:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great discussion.
By the way Butler, MO is also the hometown of Robert Heinlein - must be something good in the water there!

7:47 PM  
Blogger Xavier said...

It's a news story about a Missouri car dealer who givesa free AK with the purchase of a pick-up truck.

4:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This CNN woman doesn't have a clue. And she ostensibly has an education.

Wow.

6:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think he did a commendable job responding to/defending himself against Miss Bias' inane questions.

10:53 AM  
Blogger Ruminator said...

This circulated the office the other day. I think the dealer did an admirable job of defending his position on his feet! The reporter was well-prepared (probably figured out her questions before the interview hoping to catch the dealer flat-footed -- FAIL!) but couldn't get the job done.

This makes me ill. Journalists should be after the facts, not an agenda.

11:24 AM  
Anonymous Seabat said...

Thanks, Xav,
I did see a news story on that.
Thanks for the clarification.

2:22 PM  
Blogger DouginSalcha said...

Agree with Nathan; the bias (not to mention the ignorance on most 'gun' issues) by the news media - especially CNN - is frightening. I also thought Mark (the Dealer) did a superb job of 'thinking on his feet' and I also hope he sells a bunch of trucks...

3:38 PM  
Anonymous Chip Head said...

What's this country coming to when a highfalutin media gal can't roll a dumb white male redneck!?

7:21 PM  

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