Hey kiddies it’s Mommy and Daddy Gunnut

In case you were looking for some light Summer reading.

This unique kid’s book will be treasured for years to come and will be passed down to new family members.

While you were dodging gunfire at the beach, of course.

Come join 13-year-old Brenna Strong along with her mom, Bea, and her dad, Richard, as they spend a typical Saturday running errands and having fun together. What’s not so typical is that Brenna’s parents lawfully open carry handguns for self-defense.

It’s the Open Carry Family! Mommy? Bea Strong. Daddy? Dick Strong. Somebody’s been reading Joseph Campbell, I see.

There’s even a photo-album to go along with the book. Get a load of these parents:

Mommy and Daddy gunnut

Fascinating. How can two nine year-olds have a thirteen year-old daughter? Provo, by any chance? One thing’s for sure, these three are destined for a Palin-style reality show. And NOW, for your viewing pleasure, the WB presents: The Armed Strongs. Episode One: Bea and Brenna dress up the neighbor’s dog like Katy Perry so that they can have an impromptu backyard tea party. Dick shoots it. That’s all, see you next week when a skirmish breaks out after Dick uses somebody’s Taylor Swift poster for target practice.

Don’t get me wrong. I know better than to laugh at this. I’ve come across plenty of guys like Dick before. He looks a lot more like Cindy Sherman than Sandy Alomar, but once he gets that Glock strapped on…

Daddy wingnut in public

…he’s every bit the man. And with some luck, I’ll be somewhere else.


2 thoughts Hey kiddies it’s Mommy and Daddy Gunnut

  1. avatar Grung_e_Gene says:

    Dick Strong and the whiter-than-white bread blue eyed Strong family are the only real Americans who can open carry. If this book had shown a hijab wearing Muslim woman and her long bearded husband the story would have taken on a different tone.

  2. avatar toma says:

    Taken on a different tone? Where the patriots demand the dangerous Aziz family (and their terrorism depots houses of worship) be driven from town? I see what you mean.

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