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Discussion in 'Press Talk' started by patchz, May 9, 2018.
For some reason I thought the NRA wasn't tax deductible.
The foundation is 501c3 but, if you send them a donation they will hound you for more money from now on.
The whole yeti thing has me thinking (dangerous, I know)... You know Marion Hammer is the one who released the statement from the NRA, she's the most anti-gun NRA board member there is, so I don't really trust her at all. Yeti said that they killed off that program, but offered other discount programs.
That said, I don't buy Yeti anyway, way too overpriced, just posting my thoughts on the matter.
Threw a yeti off a bridge not long ago wasn't any better than a cheap igloo
I made a similar comment in the original Yeti thread.
If I was in the market for a new heavy duty cooler, it would likely be another pelican, but if i found a deal on a Yeti(I love my cups and Flip) I certainly wouldn’t turn my nose up at it over something that old hag said.
I like the NRA and all, but I wouldn't be surprised to find out they just pick random phone numbers and addresses to hound. Right behind a glitter bomb, the worst thing you could do to a lib that doesn't like guns is gift them a membership.