Now Women Can Have A (V)hallus Too. Thanks Boys!
Nevertheless, knowing and shooting weapons was part of my job. I did not like it but did it. However, I no longer have to do it and regret that I ever had to. I hate guns. Guns are dangerous. Hands down. What more proof do we as a society need to agree on this opinion? There can be no accidental shootings, Columbines, Virginia Techs, police shootings or crazy riflemen perched on a tower plucking off innocent people if guns did not exist. And there would be no rationalization necessary if people (men) , bullies, and (greedy) tyrants did not invent circumstances that utilized guns.
Alas, my ill-gotten opinion about guns is all in vain. I had it all wrong, I was fooling with those dark colored weapons so I must have been brainwashed. Because apparently all it takes for my sensibilities to melt away is to paint a weapon pink!
Who first associated pink with the female anyway? Are all vaginas pink or some variant of pink? When all the water boils away, what remains at the bottom of the pot, —a pink what—women are nothing more than their vaginas.
A report in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel says the Gander Mountain hunting store in Waukesha stocks several pink guns.
They include a Remington 20-gauge shotgun with a pink and black stock emblazoned with the slogan: “Shoot like a girl if you can!”Store manager Chris Hanson said the guns were aimed, so to speak, at girls and women interested in hunting.
He said the shotgun, and a Crickett rifle with a bright pink stock, were both selling well.
In Baraboo, Jim Astle, owner of Jim’s Gun Supply in Baraboo, has been coating guns in pink and other colours for four years. His 12-year-old daughter owns a pink camouflage shotgun. [Nothing aides camouflaging like the color pink]
“Females want to shoot guns, but they want them to look pretty, too,” he said. “Guys could give a rat’s butt what their gun looks like.”
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