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Second Amendment Blog Bash

If you’re going, get over there and register. You’ll get to cover all speakers at no charge and you get access to the media room. It’s worth it just to poke fun of reporters. They’ll be reporting on the event and I’ll probably be reporting on them. Shhh. Don’t tell anyone.

Also, check out the NRA’s Annual Meeting page for a schedule of events.

And Ahab notes that the Maker’s Mark distillery is nearby. Road trip.

Update: In comments, Sebastian reminds me that people take me way too seriously:

We have to be respectful of the other media in the media room. Thats not to say we cant blog about them, but I would encourage attendees to remember that NRA is opening themselves up to some level of risk by allowing us to use the media room. We have to be good ambassadors for both blogs and should do our best not to do something that would damage NRAs relationship with media (not all media is hostile, and even the ones that are, careful not to give them more ammunition)

But, seriously, one of NRA’s sessions is entitled: NRA and the Media: It’s Not the Critic Who Counts

6 Responses to “Second Amendment Blog Bash”

  1. Bitter Says:

    There are lots of distilleries around. They are the top listing on the Louisville Links page. I suspected this would be a crowd that could appreciate it. 🙂

  2. Sebastian Says:

    We have to be respectful of the other media in the media room. That’s not to say we can’t blog about them, but I would encourage attendees to remember that NRA is opening themselves up to some level of risk by allowing us to use the media room. We have to be good ambassadors for both blogs and should do our best not to do something that would damage NRA’s relationship with media (not all media is hostile, and even the ones that are, careful not to give them more ammunition)

  3. Ahab Says:

    I have it on good authority that you should be extremely careful with media credentials; Sebastian is right that you’re not just representing your own little corner of the internet, but the perception of blogs as a whole.

  4. mike w. Says:

    I’m wondering if you can register and then un-register later on? I wont know till May whether I can actually make it to Louisville or not.

  5. SayUncle Says:

    My sources tell me that yes you can register for it and, if you need to cancel later, let them know.

  6. Michael Silence Says:

    people take me way too seriously:

    Not me!