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(Fox 2 St. Louis)   News: Denny's manager turns away five men with sidearms, explaining they could not eat at the restaurant if they were armed. FARK: They were on-duty, badge-wearing police detectives   (fox2now.com) divider line 355
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2013-01-03 10:07:14 AM  
Meh, why not?

In England the cops don't carry guns because they can't be trusted with them either.
 
2013-01-03 10:07:33 AM  

ModernPrimitive01: The wife and I were eating at a Chinese Buffet about a week after the Conn. shooting and there was a guy there carrying a pistol. He was clearly uncomfortable wearing it and kept touching it like it was going to jump out of the holster and run away. He kept surveying the other diners, looking for suspicious behavior. When his wife paid at the register, he kept his back to her, hand on his gun, watching everyone eat. It's like he was waiting for suspicious behavior so he could be a hero. The only one making the place unsafe, was him. Everyone was clearly uncomfortable with the situation. If someone is in plain clothes, carrying a gun, I don't want to eat in the same restaurant as them. How am I supposed to know they're police? Unless you wear a police uniform, leave your gun in the car, no one is going to bust in and open fire while you eat your burrito


Step outside to your car for a moment and call the cops non emergency number. Explain there is some jackass with a CCW who is giving it a hand job and the cops will normally send an officer over to biatch him out and remind him about the concealed part of his permit. Unless of course open carry is legal in your neck of the woods. Of course even then sometimes the cops can chew the guy out since there may be strings attached to open carry such as not acting like a paranoid 'tard.

/CCW holder
//I've done it to other idiots
 
2013-01-03 10:08:02 AM  

EngineerAU: RTFA. Denny's is fine with law enforcement officers bringing weapons with them. The night manager messed up and another manager tried to make the situation right but the detectives had their feelings hurt. The night manager needs to learn company policy better and the detectives need to take off their panties and get over it.


Sorry, if a restaurant manager takes issue with me, for whatever reason, I will leave.

Now, if the police called the news, I would say they should unclench. If the story went viral and then the news heard, so be it.
 
gja
2013-01-03 10:11:43 AM  

Solty Dog: Next time use the drive by through.


FTFY
 
2013-01-03 10:12:06 AM  

mayIFark: or they were scaring other customers away.


You're a farking idiot. If your customers are scared away by police, you should probably want those customers to leave.
 
2013-01-03 10:12:27 AM  

ModernPrimitive01: Unless you wear a police uniform, leave your gun in the car, no one is going to bust in and open fire while you eat your burrito


Ok, the guy sounds like a tool, but simply touching the butt of his pistol doesn't make him unsafe. However, the above statement... it happens. Frequently? No, thank god. But the point of having a carry permit is not to leave it in your car.
 
2013-01-03 10:12:59 AM  

here to help: I like the attitude that the cops can and should just completely neglect their sworn duties to protect the public because someone hurt their widdle feewings.


what the hell are you talking about? are you dumb or something?
 
2013-01-03 10:13:53 AM  
I have noticed that also, that when a group of uniformed cops go into a place with open seating that nobody goes and sits near them, and sometimes people will even switch seats to sit away from them. Sometimes in a big place with sections they will be the only ones sitting in that section. It's never bothered me, in fact sometimes I go sit near them because it's less crowded. Never have had a lick of problems with them, not that I can recall.

It might be because I have relatives who are in the police (in other states) and have long since considered them to just be working joes. Or it might be because I strive to be "a southern gentleman" and always have good manners.

/Come to think of it, the last couple of times I got pulled over for a traffic ticket the cops let me go with a warning too. Knock wood.
 
2013-01-03 10:14:19 AM  

david_gaithersburg: The left has completely snapped. Between this and their calling for political assassinations Link. The Dems had better take back their party from these so-called-progressives PDQ.


You sure do have a lot of free time on your hands. Are you on welfare or something?
 
2013-01-03 10:15:17 AM  

here to help: DECMATH: here to help: Cops are terrible customers... especially in packs

After RTFA your comment seems most appropriate. The first employee asked them to take their weapons outside before knowing they were police. Second employee tried to make amends, but the detectives decided to be dicks about it.

Yup. Worship us or we will exact revenge.
I don't hate all cops but quite a few sure make it hard to like them.


So, you are asked to leave. You point out very reasonably why your behavior (carrying a firearm) is not inappropriate. You are rebuffed. All this is in public. If this had happened to me, I sure as heck would have left. You clearly have an issue with police.
 
2013-01-03 10:16:49 AM  

Kimpak: Wow, farkers are a bunch of paranoid farks. Seems like 98% of threads involving cops are dominated by people who think the vast majority of police are some sort of power hungry mobsters shooting at John Q. Public for no particular reason.


Is it paranoia if it's true?
 
2013-01-03 10:16:49 AM  
I guess lots of Trolls eat at Denny's
 
2013-01-03 10:16:53 AM  

Uisce Beatha: ModernPrimitive01: Unless you wear a police uniform, leave your gun in the car, no one is going to bust in and open fire while you eat your burrito

Ok, the guy sounds like a tool, but simply touching the butt of his pistol doesn't make him unsafe. However, the above statement... it happens. Frequently? No, thank god. But the point of having a carry permit is not to leave it in your car.


this.
 
2013-01-03 10:17:04 AM  
The real issue is that this is possibly the most poorly edited article in the history of poorly edited articles. It looks like it was texted in by a lazy ten year-old who has only enough sense not to use U and B4.

In other non-news, there is a brand-new Waffle House being built about a mile from here. Who ever heard of such a thing?
 
2013-01-03 10:17:06 AM  

MycroftHolmes: here to help: I like the attitude that the cops can and should just completely neglect their sworn duties to protect the public because someone hurt their widdle feewings.

what the hell are you talking about? are you dumb or something?


Oh good. It's you again.
 
2013-01-03 10:18:39 AM  
I was at one my fav. places to eat once and two officers walked in. The waitress looked at me and then came my way. She told me the officers wanted dinner , would it be ok if they sat in the next booth. I said cool by me. I ate. They ate. After when I went to leave one of them called me back. He said Thank You for being cool about it. I said your welcome.
 
2013-01-03 10:20:00 AM  

here to help: david_gaithersburg: The left has completely snapped. Between this and their calling for political assassinations Link. The Dems had better take back their party from these so-called-progressives PDQ.

You sure do have a lot of free time on your hands. Are you on welfare or something?


.
Ahh, I have a personal stalker.
 
2013-01-03 10:20:58 AM  

ModernPrimitive01: The wife and I were eating at a Chinese Buffet about a week after the Conn. shooting and there was a guy there carrying a pistol. He was clearly uncomfortable wearing it and kept touching it like it was going to jump out of the holster and run away. He kept surveying the other diners, looking for suspicious behavior. When his wife paid at the register, he kept his back to her, hand on his gun, watching everyone eat. It's like he was waiting for suspicious behavior so he could be a hero. The only one making the place unsafe, was him. Everyone was clearly uncomfortable with the situation. If someone is in plain clothes, carrying a gun, I don't want to eat in the same restaurant as them. How am I supposed to know they're police? Unless you wear a police uniform, leave your gun in the car, no one is going to bust in and open fire while you eat your burrito


Tell that to Dr. (now Rep.) Susanna Hupp. She was required to leave her gun in her vehicle as that was the law at the time in Texas when a madman busts in while she was having dinner and kills 23, including her mother and father.

The guy you encountered was a tard as he forgot what the "concealed" portion of his concealed carry meant. That doesn't mean all concealed carries are tards. You probably have at least one walk by you per day and you can never tell.
 
2013-01-03 10:21:48 AM  

HindiDiscoMonster: Kimpak: Wow, farkers are a bunch of paranoid farks. Seems like 98% of threads involving cops are dominated by people who think the vast majority of police are some sort of power hungry mobsters shooting at John Q. Public for no particular reason.

Is it paranoia if it's true?


Except that it isn't. Sure, some cops suck, just like any job. As a whole I'm very happy to have a trained and armed police force. I sure as hell don't want to live in some anarchistic place with no police.

Every cop isn't a hero, but also every cop isn't a Dirty Harry loose cannon either. If we're trying to have a pissing contest with "Well I heard once that this one cop was a dick" I could match you story for story for a "This cop is a Hero because..."
 
2013-01-03 10:22:09 AM  

HindiDiscoMonster: Kimpak: Wow, farkers are a bunch of paranoid farks. Seems like 98% of threads involving cops are dominated by people who think the vast majority of police are some sort of power hungry mobsters shooting at John Q. Public for no particular reason.

Is it paranoia if it's true?


Enough cops I've run into are paranoid jerks who take their copness make them feel superior that i personally would rather rely on the boyscouts than the Police. Further, enough of the street cops are unskilled jackasses that I'd really rather not be anywhere near them if they have to discharge their weapons.

Something that amuses me is that on one hand you have threads filled with folks that rag on the police and how they're corrupt douchebags that couldn't protect a baloney sammich, and those same folks are the ones that turn around and say that the average citizen gun owner shouldn't need to own guns because of the police who have all this special training.

So which is it? Are the police the paramilitary special forces with more training than your average Navy SEAL, or are they inept jackasses? My experience, per my first statement in this reply, has been the latter.
 
2013-01-03 10:22:41 AM  

david_gaithersburg: .
Ahh, I have a personal stalker.


Yes. I've replied to you in two threads in response to your non stop threadsh*tting. Totes stalkin' ya. This must be the most attention you've received in months.
 
2013-01-03 10:22:57 AM  
long read, felt appropriate for the thread

linked because too big:
big-ass pic with story about idiots freaking out at the sight of a citizen with a firearm
 
2013-01-03 10:24:15 AM  

here to help: david_gaithersburg: .
Ahh, I have a personal stalker.

Yes. I've replied to you in two threads in response to your non stop threadsh*tting. Totes stalkin' ya. This must be the most attention you've received in months.


You say "totes" one more time, and I swear to god I will blood-eagle you and send you floating back to merry old England.
 
2013-01-03 10:24:17 AM  

MycroftHolmes: here to help: DECMATH: here to help: Cops are terrible customers... especially in packs

After RTFA your comment seems most appropriate. The first employee asked them to take their weapons outside before knowing they were police. Second employee tried to make amends, but the detectives decided to be dicks about it.

Yup. Worship us or we will exact revenge.
I don't hate all cops but quite a few sure make it hard to like them.

So, you are asked to leave. You point out very reasonably why your behavior (carrying a firearm) is not inappropriate. You are rebuffed. All this is in public. If this had happened to me, I sure as heck would have left. You clearly have an issue with police.


This. No one arguing against the cops in this thread seems to want to acknowledge the following:
1. It is legal for ANY citizen in Montana to carry a firearm in the open.
2. Denny's policy was to ALLOW police to carry guns in their establishment. The first manager didn't know that. The second one did.
3. The cops left voluntarily even when told they didn't have to. Probably because they exercised good judgement and said , "Enough of a scene has been made, let's just leave."

All you have is automatic police hating people giving their knee-jerk reactions in this thread. No amount of facts will change their prejudiced and ignorant opinions because they all heard of stories from friends of friends of friends that some cop somewhere once acted like an authoritarian jerk.
 
2013-01-03 10:24:34 AM  

here to help: MycroftHolmes: here to help: I like the attitude that the cops can and should just completely neglect their sworn duties to protect the public because someone hurt their widdle feewings.

what the hell are you talking about? are you dumb or something?

Oh good. It's you again.


So, can you elaborate on your somewhat non-sequitor and incoherent argument that choosing to eat somewhere else while on duty is completely neglecting their sworn duties? I would love to see the chain of logic that supports this assertion.
 
2013-01-03 10:25:36 AM  

Kit Fister: You say "totes" one more time, and I swear to god I will blood-eagle you and send you floating back to merry old England.


Whoa, dude. Let's not go cray cray.
 
2013-01-03 10:26:13 AM  

pedrop357: This whole kicking out people openly carrying reeks of nothing but irrational fear.

Has there been any real incidents of citizens openly carrying and causing any kind of problems? If so, are there enough to warrant kicking out anyone carrying a gun just because you see it?

Last I checked, few robbers or other criminals come into a place with guns in holsters and just sit down like regular customers.


Three recent studies - one from Texas A&M, one from GA Tech and one currently under way at Stanford - show that "stand your ground" states have significantly higher homicide rates than other states and that the laws do not deter crime one iota. In fact, the crime rates on these states is actually higher. The homicides are variously classified by the police, but when using standard criteria to classify them, the majority of homocides are not justifiable, i.e., not self-defense. Though the data are difficult to examine, owing to a lack of standards in reporting by law enforcement, most of the stand your ground killings seem to be the result of what would otherwise be minor scuffles. When a altercation occurs, both parties consider the other guy the "bad guy" and considers himself "threatened" and the gun comes out.

The NRA has performed "technical analyses" of these peer-reviewed studies and have predictably labelled them as "flawed." However, they refuse to subject their "analyses" to peer-review.
 
2013-01-03 10:26:15 AM  

david_gaithersburg: here to help: david_gaithersburg: The left has completely snapped. Between this and their calling for political assassinations Link. The Dems had better take back their party from these so-called-progressives PDQ.

You sure do have a lot of free time on your hands. Are you on welfare or something?

.
Ahh, I have a personal stalker.


Enjoy it while you can.
 
2013-01-03 10:26:45 AM  

The_Original_Roxtar: long read, felt appropriate for the thread

linked because too big:
big-ass pic with story about idiots freaking out at the sight of a citizen with a firearm


Lot of places in Colorado and some places in MI, especially away from large cities, people open carry all the time. I don't give a rat's ass, it's their right and legal to do. Most other people don't, either, in those areas.

However, it's generally polite and smart to not advertise you have a gun, since while you may have excellent gun handling skills, chances are you're not a martial artist or hand to hand combat expert who will be able to prevent someone with the element of surprise from beating you and taking your weapon.

What I do in my own home, and what I have on or about my person, is none of anyone's business unless I decide to advertise it.
 
2013-01-03 10:27:08 AM  

here to help: david_gaithersburg: .
Ahh, I have a personal stalker.

Yes. I've replied to you in two threads in response to your non stop threadsh*tting. Totes stalkin' ya. This must be the most attention you've received in months.


This amusing. I hadn't even realized that I was responding to someone who I had had words with before until you pointed it out. You do crave the internet attention, don't you? It's cool, though, we all have our things that float our boats.
 
2013-01-03 10:27:41 AM  

here to help: Kit Fister: You say "totes" one more time, and I swear to god I will blood-eagle you and send you floating back to merry old England.

Whoa, dude. Let's not go cray cray.


Get a rope.
 
2013-01-03 10:28:16 AM  

MycroftHolmes: So, can you elaborate on your somewhat non-sequitor and incoherent argument that choosing to eat somewhere else while on duty is completely neglecting their sworn duties? I would love to see the chain of logic that supports this assertion.


*sigh*

Fine I will feed your troll... but just this once. I was referring to all the people gleefully saying the cops are gonna let criminals do whatever they want to the restaurant because of the perceived slight.
 
2013-01-03 10:28:48 AM  

Kit Fister: HindiDiscoMonster: Kimpak:
... Further, enough of the street cops are unskilled jackasses that I'd really rather not be anywhere near them if they have to discharge their weapons.
...
So which is it? Are the police the paramilitary special forces with more training than your average Navy SEAL, or are they inept jackasses? My experience, per my first statement in this reply, has been the latter.


THIS. Having gone to shooting ranges with cops before, I have been appalled at their lack of skill (and sometimes safety as well). I may not be the best shot out there, but I can at least be reasonably accurate and consistently safe. I would expect the same from an LEO - but I haven't seen it in my limited experience.
 
2013-01-03 10:30:49 AM  

MycroftHolmes: This amusing. I hadn't even realized that I was responding to someone who I had had words with before until you pointed it out. You do crave the internet attention, don't you? It's cool, though, we all have our things that float our boats.


I don't comment that often. I was just bored this morning and am actually about to go back to studying.

Good to know I've managed to annoy you though. Have a pleasant day.
 
2013-01-03 10:32:09 AM  

here to help: MycroftHolmes: So, can you elaborate on your somewhat non-sequitor and incoherent argument that choosing to eat somewhere else while on duty is completely neglecting their sworn duties? I would love to see the chain of logic that supports this assertion.

*sigh*

Fine I will feed your troll... but just this once. I was referring to all the people gleefully saying the cops are gonna let criminals do whatever they want to the restaurant because of the perceived slight.


There are a few internet concepts you need to learn. One is attribution, or the concept of, when responding to a specific post and not the general content of the thread, you should quote the person you are responding to. It is a little tricky at first, but with practice, you will get pretty good at it. The second term you should look up is trolling. Pointing out the stupidity of your arguments does not count as trolling just because you disagree with what is being written.

Keep working buddy, you will surely get better at this.
 
2013-01-03 10:33:19 AM  

ccundiff: Three minutes later: "Everybody be cool, this is a robbery!"


I love you too Honeybunny.
 
2013-01-03 10:33:33 AM  

WinoRhino: 1. It is legal for ANY citizen in Montana to carry a firearm in the open.


Not sure what that has to do with something that happened in Missouri though :-)

MO = Missouri
MT = Montana
 
2013-01-03 10:36:36 AM  

MycroftHolmes: here to help: MycroftHolmes: So, can you elaborate on your somewhat non-sequitor and incoherent argument that choosing to eat somewhere else while on duty is completely neglecting their sworn duties? I would love to see the chain of logic that supports this assertion.

*sigh*

Fine I will feed your troll... but just this once. I was referring to all the people gleefully saying the cops are gonna let criminals do whatever they want to the restaurant because of the perceived slight.

There are a few internet concepts you need to learn. One is attribution, or the concept of, when responding to a specific post and not the general content of the thread, you should quote the person you are responding to. It is a little tricky at first, but with practice, you will get pretty good at it. The second term you should look up is trolling. Pointing out the stupidity of your arguments does not count as trolling just because you disagree with what is being written.

Keep working buddy, you will surely get better at this.


Thanks for tips, champ.
 
2013-01-03 10:36:47 AM  

JackieRabbit: pedrop357: This whole kicking out people openly carrying reeks of nothing but irrational fear.

Has there been any real incidents of citizens openly carrying and causing any kind of problems? If so, are there enough to warrant kicking out anyone carrying a gun just because you see it?

Last I checked, few robbers or other criminals come into a place with guns in holsters and just sit down like regular customers.

Three recent studies - one from Texas A&M, one from GA Tech and one currently under way at Stanford - show that "stand your ground" states have significantly higher homicide rates than other states and that the laws do not deter crime one iota. In fact, the crime rates on these states is actually higher. The homicides are variously classified by the police, but when using standard criteria to classify them, the majority of homocides are not justifiable, i.e., not self-defense. Though the data are difficult to examine, owing to a lack of standards in reporting by law enforcement, most of the stand your ground killings seem to be the result of what would otherwise be minor scuffles. When a altercation occurs, both parties consider the other guy the "bad guy" and considers himself "threatened" and the gun comes out.

The NRA has performed "technical analyses" of these peer-reviewed studies and have predictably labelled them as "flawed." However, they refuse to subject their "analyses" to peer-review.


oh really? So Iowa should be one of the murder capitols since we have some very easy to get conceal carry laws. I can pull some statistics out of my arse too if you'd like. 100% of people who breathe air have died. We should ban air since its clearly killing people.
 
2013-01-03 10:37:17 AM  
Meh, fark the fuzz on this one. You can't board a plane with a firearm if you're a cop, so if the place says "No Guns on Premises" then that's the farking rule, asshole. I get really tired of cops parking wherever the hell they want, blowing traffic signals, and basically acting like Mr. Big Dick because they have a badge.
 
2013-01-03 10:37:19 AM  
Sadly, the idea that we should leave the guns to the "trained professionals" is a joke. They're often badly trained horrible shots and unfortunately, are too well protected from being held responsible for bad behavior and even blatantly illegal actions.
 
2013-01-03 10:37:39 AM  

Sultan Of Herf: Has that manager never dealt with cops before? Its really best to not annoy or aggravate them, it usually ends badly for you.

My feelings on police is pretty mixed these days. I used to really like them, but after several cases of never being there when I needed them (never showed to investigate or take report of a bullet through my kitchen window), but right on the spot when I didnt (almost anytime I wandered over the posted speed limit) Im kinda tired of them. I like the general theory...but I prefer when they practice it well away from me.

Sad that the few dicks are so bad they ruin the opinion of the whole

/kinda like Fark


May I ask what you would like for them to investigate about the bullet hole through your window? Did you hear the shot? Did you find the bullet? Was anyone injured? Do you know what the call volume was that night?

They aren't going to run forensics on a bullet for a broken window. You should have called back and asked if an officer was going to come by and if they had a high call volume if you could just make a phone report for insurance purposes.
 
2013-01-03 10:37:49 AM  
ParaHandy: Right of free association.

ooh, american "rights talk!" let me just counter that with the derper "private property rights" card.

Or, you can read an excellent book like "rights talk" and understand why america deserves a more intelligent and nuanced national discourse than simply "rights" in the way the term is now abused.
 
2013-01-03 10:39:49 AM  
Free markets, great stuff. You have the right to deny service, thousands more have the right to never step foot in your place of business again.
 
2013-01-03 10:41:06 AM  

Kimpak: JackieRabbit: pedrop357: This whole kicking out people openly carrying reeks of nothing but irrational fear.

Has there been any real incidents of citizens openly carrying and causing any kind of problems? If so, are there enough to warrant kicking out anyone carrying a gun just because you see it?

Last I checked, few robbers or other criminals come into a place with guns in holsters and just sit down like regular customers.

Three recent studies - one from Texas A&M, one from GA Tech and one currently under way at Stanford - show that "stand your ground" states have significantly higher homicide rates than other states and that the laws do not deter crime one iota. In fact, the crime rates on these states is actually higher. The homicides are variously classified by the police, but when using standard criteria to classify them, the majority of homocides are not justifiable, i.e., not self-defense. Though the data are difficult to examine, owing to a lack of standards in reporting by law enforcement, most of the stand your ground killings seem to be the result of what would otherwise be minor scuffles. When a altercation occurs, both parties consider the other guy the "bad guy" and considers himself "threatened" and the gun comes out.

The NRA has performed "technical analyses" of these peer-reviewed studies and have predictably labelled them as "flawed." However, they refuse to subject their "analyses" to peer-review.

oh really? So Iowa should be one of the murder capitols since we have some very easy to get conceal carry laws. I can pull some statistics out of my arse too if you'd like. 100% of people who breathe air have died. We should ban air since its clearly killing people.


Even the FBI's data doesn't jive with the studies from those universities.
 
2013-01-03 10:41:22 AM  

Kimpak: oh really? So Iowa should be one of the murder capitols since we have some very easy to get conceal carry laws. I can pull some statistics out of my arse too if you'd like. 100% of people who breathe air have died. We should ban air since its clearly killing people.


Conceal and carry has nothing to do with stand your ground. I wrote NOTHING about banning ANYTHING. Stop building strawmen, it can only make you look like an indoctrinated idiot.

/not anti-gun, just anti-stupid
 
2013-01-03 10:41:53 AM  

JackieRabbit: Denny's: "Hello, Police? We have an armed robbery in progress! PLease come quickly!"

Police: "Yeah, about that... We're pretty backed up just now. We'll get there when we can. In the meantime, please tell the perps that guns are not allowed in Denny's. That's should take care of it."


Usually the first to jump on the Cop Hate thread band wagon....but WTF is wrong with the manager at that Denny`s......

They did them a favor, Denny`s suck,
 
2013-01-03 10:42:09 AM  

JonnyG: Good. 5 officers wearing guns and uniforms into a restaurant is an intimidation technique. I would not feel comfortable eating my meal next to 5 power tripping loose cannons. The entire atmosphere of a place changes when cops walk through the door and it's not because everyone thinks heroes have just arrived.


That's how I feel about postmen. There is a Jew-type deli near my house that has awesome pastami sammiches. Trouble is that the postal workers like to eat there. It's hard to enjoy my meal when I have a table full of pepperspray armed, uniformed, private propety tresspassers sitting right next to me. Almost every day one of these jack booted thugs walks across my lawn, and actualy shoves pieces of paper through a shuttered airvent in my door. These little slips of paper are almost always ransom demands for money, or else someone will come by and shut off my water, electricity or internet or some other thing I depend on from day to day. And I can't do a thing about it. I tried keeping rottweilers in my front yard (I tied them to trees with a 3 foot section of heavy duty boat anchor chain to keep them in the yard) to keep them out, but then they just use their pepper spray to bypass my security system.
 
2013-01-03 10:42:12 AM  

browneye: The biggest shock of all is that all five of these men thought it was a good idea to eat at a Denny's


Denny's isn't a place you go; it's a place where you end up.
 
2013-01-03 10:42:54 AM  

The Muthaship: If anything, I bet the police response times to service calls at this Denny's will be faster than before. They'd look pretty bad to the locals if they seemed like they were holding a grudge.


That ship already sailed when they called the local TV station and asked them to announce that there won't be any cops in that Denny's.
 
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