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Bezan & his horse Woody
Funny thing about You Tube. When you post a clip on the video sharing service, make sure you really, really want it there. Once it's out there, it's out there for good. See: Lap dance, teacher
We'll call it lesson learned for Selkirk-Interlake MP James Bezan, who posted a video this week slamming the gun registry and calling on MPs from other parties to vote to scrap it. Fair enough.
Bezan posted the video sometime early this week and it was quickly removed on Wednesday, but not before others had grabbed a copy, including yours truly. It's easy, just Google it.
Where the video gets a little odd isn't the fact he shot it while atop his horse named Woody - it's Bezan's (or perhaps his videographer's) decision to splice in "funny" little clips of himself, to further make his point.
I won't force you to watch the entire video, so I've separated those pieces out for your viewing pleasure:
If that wasn't enough, though ... here's the full video:
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