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Saturday, October 08, 2005 

Shoot the messenger.

Reading the Grauniad on a Saturday, one of the few things you don't expect is an advert telling you to be aware of a new gun law in Florida. I personally wasn't planning on travelling to the "sunshine state", but maybe some of you were, so here's the advert:

Still seems strange that a small campaign group would decide to take out adverts warning people in a British newspaper when there's a lot more chance of actual Americans being unaware of the changes in the law. That said, I guess getting more attention on such a bad piece of legislation may well help it to be struck down or repealed. Also amusing on their site is a typical piece of Fox News distortion which they've corrected.

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