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Your truly, the Office Hours scribe, appeared today on KHQ.com, interviewed by Dave Cotton.
Topic was today's Spokesman.com story on Spokane inventor John Adrain, who has developed the Bed Bunker, a gun safe meant to be hidden under one's mattress.
Here's the video. Now you know why I write and don't appear on TV.
John Adrain is a lukewarm fan of Stephen Colbert, the cable-TV comedian who slices up hypocritical politicians and skewers fat cats on his popular show “The Colbert Report.” But Adrain is singing Colbert’s praises this month. A segment last week on Colbert’s show featured Adrain and his Bed Bunker, a 1,300-pound steel gun case that sits under a queen bed in place of box springs. Colbert’s producers featured a clip from Adrain’s business website in which the Spokane inventor pulls out a shotgun from the safe, cocks it with one hand and smiles at the camera. Colbert makes the same hand motion of cocking the gun and repeats the cocking sound – chuh-chik – and says, “That’s like a lullaby”/Tom Sowa, SR. More here.
Question: So what does it take to get you to buy one of these "bed bunkers"?