I can’t remember the last time I was in a department store.
Or a clothing store, a shoe store, a hardware store, a furniture store, a book store, a jewelry store, a toy store.
Because I do all of my shopping online.
Well, except for groceries.
I do my grocery shopping at a grocery store.
This post was written for the In Other Words prompt from Patricia’s Place. The challenge this week is to write a story or poem of five lines or fewer using the word “shopping.”
The Trump Administration has granted Defense Distributed, a Libertarian group, the right to publish its blueprints for an untraceable, single-shot plastic handgun called “The Liberator” on the internet.
As a result, Americans will now be able to download blueprints enabling them to make guns at home with a 3-D printer. These do-it-yourself firearms have been nicknamed “Ghost Guns” because they don’t have serial numbers and are untraceable. How is permitting the publication of the plans to construct these guns a good idea?
The founder of Defense Distributed says that his company will also be publishing blueprints for semiautomatic guns like the AR-15.
Is this what Trump and his supporters mean when the claim to be making America great again?