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    Quote Originally Posted by platoonDaddy View Post
    Holy bat shit, NASCAR WAS as American as Apple Pie, now they are following the Pied Piper of anti-2A preachers!
    They were always turning left.
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    I was thinking, we should get every gun owner we can in America to buy 1 share of Walmart. And then create a non-profit "investment" vehicle and get every gun owner we can to donate enough to buy a buttload of Walmart shares in this investment vehicle. Then we can put forth resolutions at the stockholder meetings, and maybe get enough to get a seat on the board. Then you can start stirring up the cr*p.

    Unfortunately, this is a pipe dream. We could never get enough gun owners to buy in either on individual shares or in the investment vehicle, and with the current share price and number of outstanding shares, the numbers are too big.

    But the idea is sound in theory -- force yourself onto the public stage and confront them on the public stage of their shareholder meetings. Expose the emperor for who he is and what he is wearing.
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    Was in Walmart yesterday and saw some 9mm ammo in their ammo cabinet. After cyphering the cost per round, I picked up 300 rounds of the Winchester "brown" box ammo. It felt great to be operating covertly behind enemy line with my J frame and spare speedloader.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chadbag View Post
    I was thinking, we should get every gun owner we can in America to buy 1 share of Walmart. And then create a non-profit "investment" vehicle and get every gun owner we can to donate enough to buy a buttload of Walmart shares in this investment vehicle. Then we can put forth resolutions at the stockholder meetings, and maybe get enough to get a seat on the board. Then you can start stirring up the cr*p.

    Unfortunately, this is a pipe dream. We could never get enough gun owners to buy in either on individual shares or in the investment vehicle, and with the current share price and number of outstanding shares, the numbers are too big.

    But the idea is sound in theory -- force yourself onto the public stage and confront them on the public stage of their shareholder meetings. Expose the emperor for who he is and what he is wearing.
    The numbers aren't as bad as you may expect.

    https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article...r-shareholders Some nuns bought $2000 of Ruger stock.

    The article says shareholder resolutions with 5% support can have an impact.

    The key difference is that these social justice organizations have been at this for decades and have the system figured out. They have huge volunteer bases and collectively work with each other. Institutional investors are on their side.

    Gunowners trying to do the same thing are essentially starting from scratch. They could get a leg up by researching what these organizations are doing. But, in the end, the lone wolf mentality, "I sent my $20 to GAO," and all-or-nothing outcome expectations will be the failure points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam View Post
    Was in Walmart yesterday and saw some 9mm ammo in their ammo cabinet. After cyphering the cost per round, I picked up 300 rounds of the Winchester "brown" box ammo. It felt great to be operating covertly behind enemy line with my J frame and spare speedloader.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jack crab View Post
    Gunowners trying to do the same thing are essentially starting from scratch. They could get a leg up by researching what these organizations are doing. But, in the end, the lone wolf mentality, "I sent my $20 to GAO," and all-or-nothing outcome expectations will be the failure points.
    Let's not forget the even gun owners aren't united in this. Remember that guy cutting up his AR?
    I've also seen so called gun owners on other boards state that they really don't care as long as their classic lever actions, bolt action and revolvers aren't touched.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arik View Post
    Let's not forget the even gun owners aren't united in this. Remember that guy cutting up his AR?
    I've also seen so called gun owners on other boards state that they really don't care as long as their classic lever actions, bolt action and revolvers aren't touched.
    Because most gun owners are fudd troglodytes sadly.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jpmuscle View Post
    Because most gun owners are fudd troglodytes sadly.


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    Most PEOPLE are complete morons with low IQ's and a complete lack of critical thinking skills; it isn't specific to gun owners by a long shot. Sadly, most gun owners also fall into that category and get a lot fo attention for being retards with guns.
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    Im not buy ANYTHING from Walmart and it has nothing to do with them stepping on my snakes.


    You all see the viral trend of Walmart shoppers licking and putting things in or around their butts? And then putting it back on the shelf just for you to buy? Sorry but I dont need my deoderant ****ed with.

    Im classly. I shop at Target.
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    Quote Originally Posted by turnburglar View Post
    Im not buy ANYTHING from Walmart and it has nothing to do with them stepping on my snakes.


    You all see the viral trend of Walmart shoppers licking and putting things in or around their butts? And then putting it back on the shelf just for you to buy? Sorry but I dont need my deoderant ****ed with.

    Im classly. I shop at Target.
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