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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by bogie, Oct 14, 2005.

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  1. bogie

    bogie Member

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    How many of y'all have a few extra bucks?

    Not a lot. $5 or $10...

    And I'll bet a lot of you already have inkjet printers.

    So. Here's the spiel...

    Print a few copies of some of Oleg's posters, and put 'em up somewhere. School bulletin boards, laundromats, grocery store "for sale" spots, whatever.
     
  2. jamz

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    70 views, no replies? I bet everyone is waiting to see what everyone else thinks. ;)


    I like it. If I lived in a place where posting things was common and not illegal, (like, say, a lot of places in the city) I'd be all over it.

    -James
     
  3. mbs357

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    Lots of bulliten boards at school...
    I just don't have a printer.
    Man I'd love to do this too.
     
  4. Typhoon

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    Hee...

    Yeah. That will go over REAL BIG at the Studio...

    The subtle approach is working better.
     
  5. Old Fuff

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    You might have a good idea, but I was waiting to see what Oleg might have to say.
     
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    School+Liberal Teachers+Gun Posters= Hilairity
     
  7. TMM

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    hehe... i assume you ran this over with Oleg?
     
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    Ide love to do it.

    Cept its illegal without prior permission.

    And you think my princapal is going to give me prior permission?

    No offence meant, but i think if i showed him the poster, he would politely say no while earmarking me as a threat, with possible physcological implications.

    ill gladly let my fellow class mates know i like to shoot...but not the administration. Im all too likely to be labeled a threat/columbine type kid.
     
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    I have the old revolver in a circle/slash graphic printed in color on the clear entry wall of my cubbicle. Once you get close you can see the brightly colored postit shining through the dozen or so .22 holes in the very center. :evil:

    I also have several of his images running as the rotating screensaver on my work computer.
     
  10. Zundfolge

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    http://www.a-human-right.com/faq.html

     
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    That's a pretty slick idea.
     
  12. Oleg Volk

    Oleg Volk Moderator Emeritus

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    The use you suggest is great and all RKBA images are available for that. I try to design the posters so that they work somewhat well in B&W (cheap photocopies or laser prints). You are welcome to copy and post entire pages, if you wish.

    I made minor updates to the text of "Fight, Flight or Surrender" yesterday and plan on updating all of the Human Right site shortly.
     
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    Oleg, would you prefer or not prefer a small link to THR on posters, or credit to you?

    -James
     
  14. bogie

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    I personally point folks toward www.a-human-right.com. I've also got a dollar stamp that I use occasionally.
     
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