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Old 01-24-2012, 04:29 PM   #111
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In Colorado, you have to obey any posted signs banning firearms.
Money Talks. If it's a private business let the owner know you will not shop there. If It's a corporate chain call it's customer complaint line and encourage others to do the same.
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Old 01-27-2012, 04:13 PM   #112
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I live in South Carolina now, but own a house in Indianapolis, In, that I'd like to sell but nobody's buying. Last summer I went to the Indianapolis City-County Building to pay my @#$% property taxes. I left my gun in my car, but had my holster on. The cop at the metal detector/body parts scanner told me I couldn't take the holster in with me. I asked him to keep it until I came out. He refused, and I ended up throwing it into a wastebasket. I went on in and paid my property tax extortion. When I came out, the holster was gone, but the other stuff was still in the wastebasket. Let me guess, the cop now has a really great holster in which to carry his off-duty piece.

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Old 01-27-2012, 04:22 PM   #113
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I live in South Carolina now, but own a house in Indianapolis, In, that I'd like to sell but nobody's buying. Last summer I went to the Indianapolis City-County Building to pay my @#$% property taxes. I left my gun in my car, but had my holster on. The cop at the metal detector/body parts scanner told me I couldn't take the holster in with me. I asked him to keep it until I came out. He refused, and I ended up throwing it into a wastebasket. I went on in and paid my property tax extortion. When I came out, the holster was gone, but the other stuff was still in the wastebasket. Let me guess, the cop now has a really great holster in which to carry his off-duty piece.
Sounds about right
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ATTENTION BAD GUYS
This Aldi’s store is unprotected.
No one here has a gun.
We would be safe to rob.

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