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Passing on the Gun Culture

I guess this is one way to ensure that your descendants will know you were an active member of the pro-gun culture by carrying concealed all of the time. From FindAGrave, this is the inscription on the linked headstone:

Here lies Bill Burch, who never missed a day of church;
He loved his family, friends and fun,
And on his ankle was always a gun.

I noticed that it’s for a cemetery in Maryland and then realized that the partially concealed emblem must have been the representation of a police badge. Suddenly, that made sense given the location.

Still, you have to give the guy and his family some credit for highlighting role of lawful concealed carry in Bill’s life. Also, they provide the full name at the top of the stone, along with a nickname and full dates. Bill’s 3rd and 4th great grandkids will love them for it.

2 Responses to “Passing on the Gun Culture”

  1. GoneWithTheWind says:

    If someone does this in Washington state both the child and the teacher become felons.

  2. Paul J says:

    Sad they messed up the meter. Why not this?:

    Here lies Bill Burch, who never missed a day of church;
    He loved his family, friends and fun,
    And always on his ankle was a gun.

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