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  1. blackest_frank
    February 5, 2013

    Research is always a god thing for a journalist to do.
    If one, for example, researched the About page on glamguns.com (the site you linked to repeatedly), you would find that it is a parody site full of Photoshoppery. NONE of the weapons on the site exist or are for sale.
    I get the point, but come on…journalism. You’remaking us liberals look just as bad as the rightys who cite the Onion as a source.

    “Founded by a female US Army veteran known only as “Glambo,” GlamGuns.com was put together to mock stereotypes of women and girls and what they really like. Photoshopping of weapons and other “products” was done by Twitch who shares the madness.”

  2. Riverside
    February 5, 2013

    Sorry, Ms. Willis, but GlamGuns is a Poe. I wondered when the site proposed to sell illegal military stuff such as claymore mines. This is the fine print in low contrasting color at the bottom of their page:

    NOTE: This site is a parody for humor purposes only. No actual weapons may be bought on this site. “Hello Kitty” is a trademark of Sanrio, Inc. You’re taking the wrong drugs if you think that Sanrio would ever license the use of Hello Kitty for a firearm or weapon of any sort. “Disney Princess” is a trademark of the Walt Disney Company. “CareBear” and “Rainbow Brite” are trademarks of American Greetings Corporation and/or Hallmark. There is no such thing as “Sucking-Chest-Wound Bear.” “My Little Pony” and “Easy-Bake Oven” are trademarks of Hasbro. “Martha Stewart Colors” is a trademark of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc. All trademarks are the property of their respective owners. GlamGuns.com has no connection with and is not affiliated with Sanrio, Inc, Hasbro, Walt Disney Company, Hallmark, American Greetings Corporation, Nickelodeon, Nickelodeon UK, Nick Jr., Martha Stewart, Omnimedia, Inc, Paris Hilton, Mother Theresa, Lady Diana, or, in fact, much of anyone really, especially Dick Cheney who, at no time, was CEO of our corporation or even on the Board of Directors. No, really. Would we lie to you?

    Now I wonder where the woman got her real pink gun? Like you, I am too pressed for time at the moment to surf further.

    When a site uses low contrast printing, use Ctrl+A to see it better. Ctrl + + may zoom it in if your browser is Firefox or has that feature.

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