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Lately, it’s been a case of bury my inbox at Wounded Knee. In other words, I’ve been overwhelmed with incoming emails. So I’ve hired Frank Williams as TTAG’s Editor. Frank’s the former Managing Editor of The Truth About Cars. He’s not much of a gun guy—yet—but the retired Air Force vet is the most creative, hard-working and snarky bastard in blogging today. Aside from Dan, Nick, Chris, Ralph, Joe, James and all the other members of TTAG’s Armed Intelligentsia. Frank’s responsibilities are, uh, evolving. They include casting his eyes upon our tipsters’ tips (so to speak) and keeping track of who’s reviewing what. As always, the entire TTAG team remains dedicated to providing the best possible firearms-related content for our readers. Thank you for reading.

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  1. Maybe he’ll do something about the frequent typos, including the one in the title up top.

    Made ya look! 😉

  2. Welcome, Frank. It would be interesting to read about your impressions as you get more immersed in the gun world.

  3. Welcome aboard, Frank! Get yerself some camo and a “shoot me first” vest. Hang a big ol’ pistol from a duty belt with a nice leather holster. You’re gonna like the way you look.

    Oh, and don’t stand in front of a moving car.

  4. As long as you understand that civilian disarmament is a Progressive fascist tool to oppress free people, we’ll get along fine! And if you don’t see it that way, hang around and you will!

  5. Hiya Frank,
    I hope you find this community as cool, obnoxious, serious, looney, snarky, and exceptionally learned as I do.
    It’s a great crowd.

  6. Careful about the “snark”, though. Some – up to a moderate amount – is okay, but after that, I find it off-putting and not worthy of the “armed intelligentsia” tagline that RF has tried to brand TTAG with.

    There’s a political website that I used to frequent that was wildly witty/snarky, and I enjoyed it. Sadly, they degenerated into an editorial posture of continuous, hate-filled rage against the “other side”, no matter how minor the action.

    I rarely visit it now.

    All IMHO, ‘natch.

  7. Does Frank know that he can’t live in a Blue State if he wants to be editor? Does Frank yet know what happened to the last editor who refused to move out of a Blue State?

  8. Well, that certainly explains why my news-story tip was answered by some “Frank” character. 🙂


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