Thankfully, There’s No Place Like Gnome
Hiding in plain sight and feigning innocence and merriment, garden gnomes are seeking world domination. Deceptively benign, the common garden gnome has quietly lulled citizens everywhere into a false sense if security. They conceal themselves behind their wheelbarrows and disarm unwary suburban dwellers with their rosy cheeks so that no one notices the weaponry they wield: rakes, shovels, and pick-axes are not harmless decorations.
My guest, Chuck Sambuchino lives in a heavily fortified home in Cincinnati, Ohio. He travels across America helping law enforcement agencies launch commando missions when there are immanent Gnome attacks.
Chuck Sambuchino is a certified GDE (Gnome Defense Expert) with years of experience in direct combat – guerilla lawn fare, pets, and possessions against home gnome invasions. The only published handbook of its kind, this manual features detailed plans for gnome-proofing, instructions for hand-to-hand confrontations, correct gnomenclature, guidelines for compiling an effective arsenal, illuminating case studies of human vs. gnome clashes throughout history, plus ten tips that could save your life. Learn more here.
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