Alcohol Shot Gun
Armed with the Alcohol Shot Gun, you can pull the liquor trigger on yourself! Just pour your favorite drink into the cartridge, cock the trigger, point and shoot.
WARNING: to be used only with alcohol. Manufacturer is not responsible if you should happen to load this weapon with tap water! Standards must be strictly maintained for the enjoyment of all.
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Here is another fun St Paddy's item that might be necessary to wear after imbibing a few of those Alchohol Gun Shots: Taken at a StP parade in Vegas, any resemblance to me, one of my sisters and nephew is purely coincidental ... though it must be said, I'd certainly prefer looking at the world through green-colored glasses than rose-colored ones!
EK will be playing in a local St Patrick's Tennis Tournament. The only dress rules are to wear something green. Here is what I suggested:
An Irish-ish thought for the day:
As you can tell, I think St Patrick's Day is for fun. Good thing, too, because what we will be doing the rest of week is not so fun. We will be attending a seminar series by the authors of "Massacre at Mountain Meadows". We live near where this heinous crime took place in Sept 1857, and like many locals I want to know if this book is yet another cover-up by the LDS church. The authors had unprecedented access to all documents in the church archives and were supposedly allowed to publish their own conclusions. For me there is a personal aspect I'd like to pursue and that is the extent of involvement by at least one of my ancestors. Maybe he wasn't involved in the actual slaughter, at least that is the family story, but there are historical accounts of his involvement afterwards including tracking of 2 massacre escapees. Many local residents would like the truth, not only about the massacre itself, but also to what extent the church gagged local witnesses and/or participants, some of whom eventually escaped from Utah Territory altogether rather than face blood executions and other reprisals. There is much family evidence that has never been made public. 150+years after the fact, it's beyond time to heal this bloody wound.