Two days ago I posted about the Brady Campaign’s WEAK Twitter Following

Today I officially surpassed their number of followers by 1 :P

Thank you to everyone that made it happen!

If you are just reading this for the first time and you want to follow me on twitter, check out my page – HERE


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My blog is on twitter, I have 87 followers.  Not impressive by any means, but I don’t lose any sleep over it.

Evidence of my first twitter post can be found here:

Note the date: Oct 15, 2009

The Brady campaign’s first twitter post:

Note the date: July 21, 2009

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Stereotypical, but nicely executed.

Source: L.A. Times

Hat Tip: Sebastian


“Starbucks does not have a corporate policy regarding customers and weapons; we defer to federal, state and local laws and regulations regarding this issue,” Starbucks’ customer relations department said in response to the Brady Campaign’s request.

Take that Brady bunch.

The Brady Campaign claims they have 180,000 “members” nationwide.  I wonder how many of those people support their views, and are not just on that list for the LOLs every time they start a new crusade to rid the United States of evil guns.

You can thank Starbucks on their website – HERE

Silicon Valley news article – HERE

Hat Tip: SayUncle

Pic from Dave who reversed the frown to a smile on the logo.


My first thought was that I was on the wrong site…

Then I looked again at the URL and sure enough it was

Did they get hacked? NOPE.. All real.

These stories I post about are getting more and more ridiculous every day! :lol:

I love that altered logo they did!  If I were Starbucks, I’d adopt that for a “National Open Carry Day” and embrace the movement with free coffee if you are carrying a gun (wishful thinking I know :P )

Check out the actual petition – HERE

These individuals who have been carrying guns into Starbucks have all the firepower of a SWAT team, and none of the law enforcement training.