Well, considering it’s Utah, and considering the gun, and who designed it, it makes sense. Unfortunately, this was controversial for some lawmakers. Personally, I think they should be happy to be known for something other than giving the world the Osmonds.
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The canonization of JMB’s hand-cannon!
Didn’t Utah apologize for the Osmonds and make reparations payments to the world?
Maybe the 1911 was reparations before the fact for the Osmonds (preparations?).
So when are they making JMB’s birthday a state holiday?
Was the controversy over which JMB model to name the official gun?
I could understand that – so many choices to choose from.
@Timothy: What do you have against Utah? While I would understand an apology, I would think that any attempt at reparations would destroy the State.
Arguably, Utah would deserve it, but we did adopt a State Gun–surely, that ought to count as something in Utah’s favor for its existence! Shouldn’t it?
It’s hard to say….We’re talking about the Osmonds, after all.
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