At 1:49, the kid in the blue jacket with the white stripes on the sleeve, standing behind the woman in the puffy red coat... that's my son and my wife.
Emeryville Police Chief Ken James: "Guns are a threat".
No, Chief, criminals are a threat. Guns are a deterrent.
True. And, whether it's pleasant to think about it or not, the second amendment is there to ensure that the other amendments are adhered to. With out it, all we can do is yell, "Hey, no fair!" when our other rights are eliminated.
Do not say, as the video suggests, "I have a gun." Use a less inflamatory word. "I have a concealed carry permit and I am carrying on my person (or wherever)" is a less alarming statement.
Smug little shits. See, kids... this is why you should stay away from the Kool-aid!
Thank you for posting this video. I found it a little over two years ago and sent Scott an email. He responded a couple years later (and apologized for the delay). We had a brief email exchange and today in the mail I received a hand labeled, burned copy of 'Somebody Loves You' from Scott. I love that guy.
I love you so much right now. (In a platonic and non-threatening way, I mean)
A bass what? (Hint: second word starts with a 'G' and ends with 'uitar'). Semantics of the video title aside, this was pretty cool.
Your retarded commentary aside, I quite enjoyed Winston's message.
I love the socialist fist symbol in the logo. You are not a majority and you socialist, hippies cannot have my country.
Do you know why you're able to make this video and broadcast it to a nearly unlimited audience? Capitalism, baby. You're welcome.
We're sort of subverting the public school... Have you ever seen a six year old with a shirt that says, "I know what's mine?"
I'm getting pretty sick of the fuckin' ads.