do you have any grey poupon?
(I had posted this at my temp site this morning. Sorry for those who left comments there, because I don't feel like copying and pasting them all over here)
Today is (in addition to being the first day of summer and my sister Lisa's birthday) National Ask Day.
The ASK (Asking Saves Kids) Campaign, created by PAX/Real Solutions to Gun Violence in partnership with the American Academy of Pediatrics, urges parents to ASK if there are guns in the homes where their children play. ASK Day has been created to help parents and others spread this important message in neighborhoods and communities across America
Hey, why stop at guns?
Gather your kiddies around, give them an ASK sticker to wear, and then turn them on your neighbors with a list of questions:
Do you have any old copies of Penthouse Letters hidden under your mattress?
Do you have any steaks in the freezer?
Do you have own any movies that feature naked women in exotic positions on the cover?
Is there a stash of pot hidden anywhere in your home office?
Do you have Wu Tang CDs?
If your neighbor has answered yes to any of the above questions that your kids ask, do the right thing. Invite them to your next party.
Then send your kids off to the shooting range with Rachel Lucas, where she will school them in how to handle a gun properly, rather than just telling them not to touch it.
I mean, streets are busy, right? Cars, trucks, motorcyles and what have you. Do you teach your kids how to properly cross the street safely or do you just keep them fenced in your yard until they are in high school?