Sunday, August 14, 2016

Gun Blog Variety Podcast #104 - Fun With Warning Shots

This week, the cast of the GunBlog VarietyCast lobs a shot across your bow! Heave to and prepare to be boarded by a great episode!
  • The Beths are squared as Beth Alcazar invites Beth Vaughn to discuss why women need to be involved in the firearms industry.
  • Sean combines his Felons Behaving Badly segment with Adam's old Fun With Headlines segment and gets twice the stupidity when we take a closer look at the story "Distraught man shot and wounded by Greensboro officers."
  • Barron is still "On Assignment", but will return next week.
  • In the Main Topic segment, Sean and Erin discuss the idea of "warning shots," and talk about a story that happened in Raleigh, NC recently.
  • In The Bridge, Tiffany talks about Donald Trump and "Second Amendment People."
  • In her Blue Collar Prepping segment, Erin explores prepping against burglary.
  • And Weer'd puts Hillary's Fox News interview under the microscope.
  • Our plug of the week is for Street Kitchen North Indian Butter Chicken
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