If You’ve Been Naughty This Year, Start Running

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One From The Tabloids:

The Scottsdale Gun Club in Arizona is offering families, including toddlers and babies, the chance to pose against a festive backdrop with their choice of gun for their Christmas cards. The club, which is taking the pictures for the second time after hundreds flocked to the event last year, have called it ‘a fun, family-friendly idea’.

9 comments on “If You’ve Been Naughty This Year, Start Running”

  1. Dan Terrell says:

    As an American you’re got to… duck! In coming!

  2. Dan Terrell says:

    As an American you’re got to… duck! In coming!

  3. Dan Terrell says:

    When will your readers outside the UK be able to download Brant & May’s Mystery Tour to their Kindles? A Christmas based CPU tale with touristy travelogue built in!! We’re now into the Advent season and my stocking looks like it will be empty of this new B & M short. (I support all suggestions that you compile a collection of their short investigations with an added new novella, as an additonal sweetener.) Finally is there smmething bent with the PCU’s wedsite? I went to it looking for further info on the Mystery Tour and couldn’t get beyond the “Home” screen.

  4. admin says:

    Yeah, maybe there’s a bug in the PCU site, I’ll take a look, or maybe it’s not on there. But there are, in fact, TWO whole new Bryant & May stories and they’re inside the volume ‘Red Gloves’.

  5. Cat Eldridge says:

    Keep in mind that not all Americans are gun toting members of the NRA anymore than all Scots are kilt wearing lovers of deep fried Mars bars, or all English love Christmas puddings. We’re a really diverse population with many, many different likes and dislikes.

  6. Alan G says:

    It seems there is a rather physical place here in the UK where you REALLY get to combat zombies. Not really as in really – but the burly zombies, it seems, are not averse to the odd bit of hands on if you don’t get them first.

    Sort of paintball with a lot of makeup – saving up for a fight with the rotting buggers.

  7. Alan G says:

    er – what is the above post doing on this thread? Bug?

  8. admin says:

    No, I like it when readers head off-piste, it shows imagination. Or lunacy.

  9. Susan says:

    Groan. Nothing like extending a warm and fuzzy greeting to the rest of the world. Freedom of expression can be really trying. It’s things like this that make me want emigrate to somewhere more sane; such as Botswana, perhaps. Or maybe Yorkshire?

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