A man has revealed how, after being prompted to do so by an advertizement he saw on the internet, he is considering joining the NRA.
The annual membership fee being charged is only $30, and is well within his budget.
The only slight doubt in his mind now, concerns what the NRA actually is.
Moys Kenwood, 56, was perusing the pages of online satirical news website, TheSpoof.com, when he was confronted with the banner advert, which implored him to:
He googled ''NRA'', and found numerous possibilities.
The first was the National Restaurant Association, and, as he enjoys eating out, he ticked this as an organization he might well join.
The Nuclear Regulation Authority of Japan held no particular interest for him, and he immediately put this out of his mind, something he also did with the NASA Research Alliance.
The National Rivers Authority in the UK seemed interesting, and he had always been fond of water, but the National Revolutionary Army, in the Republic of China was an instant area of concern, and he disregarded it as 'dangerous'.
Three others that stimulated his brain were the National Rodeo Association, the Nippon Ramen Association, and the Nippon Romanticist Association - the latter two both Japanese interests.
A frequent train traveller, he thought briefly about the National Rail Association, but their even-more-frequent price hikes changed his mind.
The National Ringworm Association rang a bell for Kenwood, as this complaint is always something he is having trouble with.
The National Rocketry Association and the National Ronin Award, were two more things that grabbed his attention, but, in the end, he was left hoping with all his heart that the advert he had seen was for the Ireland-based Naked Run Association, which conjoured up exciting images in his brain.