There’s been a flurry of posts from other gun bloggers in response to an inquiry launched by Romeo Tango Bravo and my mysterious web buddy at GunMart. And no, it’s not a bro-mance. We’re just friends, although we’ve never met.
The basic question was, “where do you do your gun blogging from and what environment drives all those creative and radical posts?“
Some of the other bloggers office environments that I’ve seen include:
- GunMart – I’m not sure I believe this guy
- GunMart again – Uh, I don’t think so…
- GunMart yet again – Now I know for sure he’s a lying b@st@rd!
- Guns & Coffee
- Days of Our Trailers
- Eyes Never Closed
- Fill Yer Hands
- I’m sure there are other entries but I haven’t found them all. I’ll keep looking.
I’ve stayed out of this contest mainly because I didn’t want to stir up a lot of envy among the Gun Blogger community. You see, I like to live the moment when I’m writing, so I do most of my work from my M16 Half Track. It’s open and spacious, and has plenty of guns.
Sometimes though, I get the writers block thing and have to move to my alternate digs. Usually I like to stand in the turret of my Sherman tank. It makes me feel invincible in my writing.
I would like to thank my new buddy David from the Historical Cadet Corps for lending me office space. David is my new best friend mainly cause he’s a nice guy (of course), but also because he has an M16 Half Track for us to play with.