Blogs 4 Brownback

October 13, 2007

Kids Korner: Goody Guns

Filed under: Christmas,Education,Family,Second Amendment — Psycheout @ 2:35 pm

Goody Guns Flag CookiesHere’s a great gift idea that will provide endless rainy day afternoon activities. It’s a fun product that helps craft fun snacks for the kids while teaching them valuable lessons about the right to keep and bear arms as well as the importance of firearm safety. That may sound like a lot, and it is, but it’s all here in Goody Guns. Go take a look!

Basically it’s a cookie cutter in the shape of a semi-automatic pistol. There may be kits available separately to modify it for full auto fire, but you’ll have to seek that out yourself. Grin. Here’s a little more about this versatile item:

With the supervision and help of the adults in their lives, boys and girls can turn their own kitchens into “Arsenals of Liberty” by making gun-shaped cookies to keep and share, while absorbing firearms safety lessons the public schools would never teach them, and which the mass media don’t want to see taught.

I just love ideas like this. Not only does it provide a fun activity for mom and the kids, but it also teaches valuable lessons and undoes some of the liberal anti-gun propaganda taught in the cesspools that are today’s public indoctrination centers, I mean schools. Better than that, your kids can bring fun semi-auto cookies to school to share with their friends. It’s a great way to spread the word and a good way for your children to make new friends. Deprogramming starts at home, but it doesn’t have to end there.

And one of the important lessons that JPFO suggests for even the youngest of children is the proper way to eat a goody gun: point the barrel away from your face while you eat it. Isn’t that great? It teaches young people the proper way to handle a firearm later in life. And after munching on several Goody Guns, this will become instinctual. Now that’s totally rad!

Goody Guns LunchBut it gets even better. You aren’t restricted to making only gun shaped cookies. Oh no, this is America after all, and America is all about freedom — read your Constitution. Use your imagination a little and you’ll wind up with tasty treats like the toasted cheese sandwich pictured on the right. Learning about the Second Amendment isn’t merely a dessert activity: you can reinforce the importance of this fundamental right three meals a day!

The Goody Guns website provides some recipes, naturally, but with a versatile product like this, the sky’s the limit. You’re only limited by the boundaries of your imagination, and not by the liberals’ futile attempts to crush our G-d given rights. Be sure to bake some cookies for your liberal relatives and acquaintances and watch their faces turn red, their ears steam and their heads explode! For liberals, thinking is not an option. Liberalism is a persistent vegetative state after all.

Naturally gun grabbers and other anti-gun liberal wackjobs are going nuts over Goody Guns. “Oh noes, gun shaped cookies! Someone might be killed!” All the more reason to place an order. If the gun grabbers and liberals hate something, it must be good! So order one today! And at under $10, it’s a real steal!

Please feel free to post your ideas about what you might do with your own Goody Guns. It’s definitely perfect for any Christmas list. Celebrating Jesus and our inalienable Constitutional right to keep and bear arms never felt so good! And it’s never too early to start planning for the blessed day. The grinchy liberals are already plotting how to take Christ out of Christmas, you can count on it. So let’s beat them to the punch.

Have a great weekend, everybody!

— Psycheout


  1. this is reely grate the kids will love this made me laff out lowd

    Comment by JOE — October 13, 2007 @ 2:58 pm | Reply

  2. From the people who brought you “Dial 911 and Die”.


    [Ed Note: Hmmm, I may have to ask Charles Johnson about you.]

    Comment by ChenZhen — October 13, 2007 @ 7:18 pm | Reply

  3. OT-

    Am I still the only one who notices that the test in your sidebar isn’t lined up? It’s shifted to the left for me. Is it an IE thing? (it shows up this way on both of my home computers and my work PC). It’s been like this for awhile now, and it’s kinda annoying because the text in the post gets overlapped by the stuff in the sidebar. I just wondering if one of your widgets is causing it, or if you guys have done something with the css.

    Comment by ChenZhen — October 13, 2007 @ 7:52 pm | Reply

  4. It might be an IE thing. Try using Firefox instead. You’re less likely to get viruses and spyware that way. After IE destroyed Netscape years ago, they stopped upgrading their browser and gave up on standards compliance. Abandon IE. You’ll be glad you did.

    It seems that the first time you mentioned this problem (which nobody else has, btw) was when I changed the settings so that Archives and Categories were placed in a drop down box. That’s the only thing that’s changed.

    Maybe you could email me with a more detailed description and/or screenshot of what the problem is. I never launch IE. It’s been at least three years. Since that time I have had no viruses or spyware. Before that time, I had to clean out the junk far too frequently. IE is one big security hole with some html rendering and scripting tacked on. It’s complete rubbish.

    Comment by Psycheout — October 13, 2007 @ 10:36 pm | Reply

  5. It’s got to be the category drop down box I think. It’s the widest thing in the sidebar, almost as if it’s forcing the rest of the stuff over. I’m willing to bet that if you switched it back or got rid of the widget, it would look fine on my screen.

    Anyway, I don’t know if I can switch browsers. I mean, this computer I’m using is ancient. I’m surprised it still works actually. I don’t think the screenshot function has worked in years. lol Oh well…

    Comment by ChenZhen — October 14, 2007 @ 2:29 am | Reply

  6. ok do you seriously think that ?
    because if you do there is clearly something wrong with your head there is enough gun violence in America without promoting it to children, Whta the hell is wrong with you ?
    just a few days back a 14 year old shot several people and killed himself with too guns, and if that isn’t proof that there need to be restrictions on guns i don’t know what is

    [Ed Note: Making laws based on anecdote is bad policy. Good luck repealing the Second Amendment, nanny statist. The point of Goody Guns is obviously to promote gun safety. Nobody ever got shot by a cookie. What would it fire? Sprinkles? Recently a guy ran over someone else with a car. Should we ban cars?]

    Comment by Tehau — October 14, 2007 @ 9:46 am | Reply

  7. Making laws based on anecdote is bad policy

    I’m going to remember you said that (whoever you are).

    Comment by ChenZhen — October 14, 2007 @ 11:25 am | Reply

  8. AHh, the american culture of violence….

    Comment by PG — October 14, 2007 @ 11:26 am | Reply

  9. PG,

    There would be no violence in American society if all Americans were Christians like they are supposed to be. Until that day don’t expect Christians to stop practicing their faith when it comes to atheists, agnostics, pagans, Liberals, Muslims, Hindus and what not. The Constitution protects our rights to practice our religion.

    Comment by Bob L — October 14, 2007 @ 1:35 pm | Reply

  10. There would be no violence in American society if all Americans were Christians like they are supposed to be. Until that day don’t expect Christians to stop practicing their faith when it comes to atheists, agnostics, pagans, Liberals, Muslims, Hindus and what not. The Constitution protects our rights to practice our religion.

    The Constitution only protects you to do it privately. It does not protect your sorry skin if you start to commit crimes, moron. And I´ve seen enough cases where christians were killing each other on purpose to deflate your little claim about this perfect utopia. A hint: It´s called an utopia because it´s a goal that can never be reached.

    Comment by PG — October 15, 2007 @ 10:34 am | Reply

  11. Are you serious? Please say ‘no’… I’m scared!
    How intolerant, how… I never came in contact with somebody who thinks gun is a good thing – I’m seriously weirded out…

    ‘Recently a guy ran over someone else with a car. Should we ban cars?’

    Love the argumentation… gee, people overdose, it happens, maybe we should make heroin legal, right?
    The purpose of gun is to inflict harm – please, there is no arguing that.
    If you make guns easier to acquire, then more people will have them.
    If more people will have guns, more people will have the potential to misuse them.

    What do you need a gun for anyway? The police is here to take care of criminals, do you not trust it? Or do you think you will actually have the guts to shoot another human being? Or that your hands won’t shake so bad, that you will miss?

    Gun is a tool of aggression, promoting it with cookies is seriously perverted. And it’s not about ‘gun safety’, symbols are not empty – if you use them, you can’t just discard the meaning and pretend that say, gun is not a weapon.

    Comment by Dorota — October 15, 2007 @ 3:41 pm | Reply

  12. Do they have an avocado hand grenade kit, or would that be redundant?

    Comment by MikeM — October 15, 2007 @ 4:07 pm | Reply

  13. The Constitution Party in my area recently massacred a family of America-hating Hinduist gooks in my area! Thank God for this efficient method of eliminating those that spit in His face!

    Comment by Bob_Corker — October 15, 2007 @ 4:41 pm | Reply

  14. I am teaching my spat about gun safety. He has a whole foot locker of nerf guns and M16s.

    His best is a battery operated “street-sweeper” shotgun that can hold 20 rounds and he can put 5 rounds in a 2 foot circle from 25 feet in 10 seconds.

    with weapons-ready tests and and simulated assault training runs I’m sure I can get him into the PPS club by the time he’s 10.

    Comment by Happy Clam — October 15, 2007 @ 8:34 pm | Reply

  15. Clearly those “toys” promote gun violence and your child is going to turn into a nut job and kill several people in high school and then turn the gun on himself like all those other children with worthless American parents with twisted values and attitudes. If your child kills yourself with a gun you now no who to blame yourself and the American society mr/mrs Happy Clam.

    Clearly this could be pinned on religion however only those who do not follow their religions teachings correctly. Yes “Making laws based on anecdote is bad policy” and there is no such thng as safe gun use guns are used only to harm other people/ animals and therefore not safe. Now onto your question about cars, no of course we should not ban cars cars have uses other than killing however they can be dangerous in the wrong hands and are much less likely to be used as a killing machine than a gun.

    The Constitution only protects you to do it privately. It does not protect your sorry skin if you start to commit crimes, however where is this fabulous constitution when the murder has killed themselfs also whats the constitution going to do to a dead man huh ?

    Comment by Tehau — October 16, 2007 @ 5:00 am | Reply

  16. I have no idea what you are typing about.

    It is much more likely that you will prove yourself a nuisance to society and someone will adjust your blood pressure accordingly.

    Comment by Happy Clam — October 16, 2007 @ 11:45 am | Reply

  17. A nuisance to society is much more apreciated than a burden on society, like people who are teaching their children to use weaponary in general, self protection such as Karate is much more advisory. As for the constitution, it states you are allowed to bare ‘arms’, last time I checked everyone has one pair of arms, and bare them regularly. It states nothing of weaponary.

    I blame the government for your low I.Qs.

    God Bless America- and Anarchism XD
    All remember Jesus was an Arabian.

    Comment by Anarchist — October 17, 2007 @ 2:20 am | Reply

  18. “It’s a fun product that helps craft fun snacks for the kids while teaching them valuable lessons about the right to keep and bear arms as well as the importance of firearm safety.”

    I took a look at the website, but I didn’t see where it said that you get a pamphlet on firearms saftey along with your cookie mold!

    Comment by indyandy — October 17, 2007 @ 10:16 am | Reply

  19. lol so true indyandy
    haha Anarchist
    i hate you stupid stereotypical red neck Americans

    Comment by Tehau — October 18, 2007 @ 2:48 am | Reply

  20. I’m all for the right to bear arms(and I really wish I knew how to use a gun–I’d feel a lot safer leaving my late classes downtown), but shouldn’t we also teach kids that guns are still weapons and should only be used by responsible adults? I’m just saying.

    Comment by Confused — October 20, 2007 @ 12:10 am | Reply

  21. No, we should teach them that guns are bad as is bearing firearms. Mayby teach them it’s okay for them to carry a knife around if they are going out at dodgy hours in the morning when they are teenagers.

    Comment by Tehau — October 20, 2007 @ 7:13 pm | Reply

  22. Tehau, I actually do carry a knife in my purse when I’m downtown, partly because I don’t know how to use a gun, and partly because my purse doesn’t have quite enough room for one.

    It’s a fairly long knife (about a 3 in blade, one of those folding hunter’s knives–none of those Swiss Army toys for me!), and I certainly wouldn’t allow a child to touch it unless they’d been carefully taught how to safely use knives.

    “Hold it away from you” is not “gun safety.” It doesn’t mention “Always assume a gun is loaded,” how to engage the safety lock (I know they have one, just not where it is), or to keep your hands away from the trigger when there are other people around, just in case.

    Comment by a TRUE Christian — October 21, 2007 @ 7:11 am | Reply

  23. what’s with you people and your fascination with guns, can’t you see that they are a bad thing ?

    I think this will be my last post on this thread a si can’t seem to get through to you

    Comment by Tehau — October 21, 2007 @ 9:36 pm | Reply

  24. Hey, I believe in the 2nd Amendment. I just believe that guns should be kept in one’s home solely for the purposes of self-defense. I also believe that it’s dangerous and stupid to wantonly promote gun use to pre-rational CHILDREN.

    After all, just because you’re not pointing the gun at yourself, doesn’t mean you’re not pointing it at someone else…

    Comment by a TRUE Christian — October 23, 2007 @ 7:55 am | Reply

  25. […] See also: Kids Corner: Goodie Guns. […]

    Pingback by Second Amendment Alive and Well in Florida « Blogs 4 Brownback — April 10, 2008 @ 5:45 pm | Reply

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