It's possible that some of you reading this now have gotten here because of a link at the bottom of my NRA piece today that says, "To read a slightly-different version of this article, visit Elisberg Industries."
First and most importantly, welcome and thanks for coming. We put out some cheese dip, and there are soft drinks in the fridge. You can buy Elisberg Industries t-shirts, caps and mugs at the gift shop.
Second, know that "slighly-different" is just that. It's slight. While it would be fine to read the whole article again, just know that the difference comes because the Huffington Post editors were a little uncomfortable with a comparison made in the original text about Wayne LaPierre. I fully stand by the description, since I don't make the comparison to him personally, but to how the manifesto he wrote comes across. But I certainly understand the editors' concerns, even if I don't agree at all with them. To their credit, they put the article on the front page.
But if you don't want to re-read everything, the changed paragraph is the fourth from the top, that begins, "What Wayne LaPierre, CEO of the National Rifle Association and its chief spokesman, wrote was..."
The article is two stops below. Just scroll down a bit...
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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