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Old 09-09-2014, 02:04 PM   #1
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Looks like Panera bread is knuckling under to anti-gunners. They just announced their decision to ask gun owners not to carry inside their stores. Sure going to miss my asiago bagel.


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Old 09-09-2014, 02:21 PM   #2
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All these places..do they think the nutjobs or robbers are going to obey their signage of no guns ? May as well put this up...
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None of this, None of it would be taking place if it weren't for Grisham and Open Carry Texas staring this huge snowball rolling.

Thanks OCT and all those support him!
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None of this, None of it would be taking place if it weren't for Grisham and Open Carry Texas staring this huge snowball rolling.

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Why do so many folks seem to be unable to understand a simple concept like CONCEALED??
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Why do so many folks seem to be unable to understand a simple concept like CONCEALED??
There is a difference between carrying a handgun open, minding ones own business and going about their day to the In-your-face protesters carrying Long Guns into businesses to draw attention to themselves.

Open Carry is NOT the problem, Open carry Protesters with longs guns on private property IS the problem.
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There is a difference between carrying a handgun open, minding ones own business and going about their day to the In-your-face protesters carrying Long Guns into businesses to draw attention to themselves.

Open Carry is NOT the problem, Open carry Protesters with longs guns on private property IS the problem.
In a world full of 'useful idiots' you are wrong. They, the useful idiots, have been indoctrinate to believe ALL GUNS are bad so just the site of the 'awful gun' is all that is required to get a negative response from them. THEY ARE WRONG but it is reality!!!
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As I type this I am sitting in a local Bar and Grill having lunch.

I walked here from my home 3.5 miles via a city bike/ walking trail.
Walked passes dozens of fellow walkers, carrying my CZ PO-6 open.
Nobody said a word and nobody called the cops.

The bar tender that took my order, asked "are you like a cop or something?" Said " nope" then we had a polite conversation and it was taken care of .
Another uninformed citizen informed.
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Walking home now.
Let ha know if anyone freaks out.
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Whether to let customers carry or not is the business owner's or corporate's decision. Their property, their choice. I will just chose to spend my money elsewhere. They obviously don't need it.
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Walking home now.
Let ha know if anyone freaks out.
Just walked in the door and grabbed a beer.

The walk back was uneventful as no one said a word or gave me "the look".

I even took a little detour and walked past the Local High School, nothing.

Anyone care to make a wager how far I would get taking the same walk with an AR-15 over my shoulder? I'll bet I wouldn't get past the first intersection/crosswalk, let alone have a chance to sit down and chat with that cute young Bartender that likes to say "like" like every other like word.

There is a difference, like it or not.

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