Rock-and-roll legend Ted Nugent contends that a lot of what is wrong with this country could be remedied by a simple but controversial concept: gun ownership. With humor and classic-rock attitude, Nugent lays down his prescription for what ails America: his "Warrior Code" training, highlighting the responsible exercising of our second-ammendment rights.
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I have listened twice, and learned even more. As well as being entertained, I learned about someone who was very influential in my youth. Ted has inspired me to get "Official" training about gun safety and ownership. We have always had guns at the beach house I grew up in on Long Island, New York. We were always safe. But you can never know too much. The stories of his music are such great fun to hear. I see "Uncle Ted" every time he rolls into Ft. Lauderdale (my home) each year. Usually winding down his tour, getting ready for the upcoming season. Like Uncle Ted says, "The music is great, but sh-t has to die."
"Uncle Ted" and the story of Fred Bear.
I would rather have heard Ted's voice, but after a while, he was Ted.
The narrator does a pretty good job of reading the text.
The final straw was when he started to talk about killing elephants, which are an endangered species. This was a mistake getting this book and I am requesting a refund after I finish my review of the book.
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