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2013-02-16 05:01:52 PM  

Benjamin Orr: PapaChester: I have told managers on three separate occasions that my party is leaving unless the party with the gun on their hip is removed from the premises.

On all three occasions the police have had to show up to remind the threats that businesses reserve the right to serve who they please and people equipped with firearms were not welcome.

I love CA. You keep your death dealing device away from my sushi, thank you very much.

/big tipper

Not sure if troll or just huge douchebag.


Huge douchebag compared to an open carry troll? I don't think so.

/You are not a cop. Repeat that to yourself until it sinks in. You are not a cop.
 
2013-02-16 05:02:21 PM  

propasaurus: Really? You don't think someone with a gun might decide they'd rather get a 100% discount?


Well, if a pizza place here would do 15% off per firearm, I think we'd be having a lot of pizza at any Sacramento Fark parties. Between a few friends, my sister and I, we'd be getting several free pies.

7th Son of a 7th Son: Since the owner open carries, one would think if a robber shows up one of them would leave in a body bag, and not the owner.


Actually, it's always fairly shocking to me how many people claim to love their guns, whargarble about the second amendment, love carrying them around or displaying them somehow, making sure everyone everywhere forever knows they have a gun - and yet are complete idiots with their guns. You don't need a special permit to open carry in some states, including Virginia. As you don't need to take a test of any kind in VA to buy a handgun other than the "are you violent/a felon? check 'yes' or 'no'" type test either, someone who open carries a handgun in that state is not guaranteed to be able to use it effectively and safely rather than just be a total idiot with their weapon.

A firearm is only an "equalizer" or protection tool (or hunting implement) if you know how to use it, use it well and practice frequently. Otherwise it's just a potential hazard to everyone in shooting range, including the owner of the firearm.

In other words, I'd give owner and gun-toting robber equal odds, all things considered. I might even give the robber a slight edge, as they just may be the type who walked in wanting or expecting to shoot someone, something most of the rest of us would not even dream of and hope we never are put in a situation where we have to shoot someone in defense of ourselves or our families.

/I obviously love my firearms
//I obviously do not think a lot of people who have them should be allowed to have them because they're unsafe idiots
///every potential gun owner in every state should have to pass a test demonstrating they're not unsafe idiots or NO gun for them
 
2013-02-16 05:02:42 PM  

SN: Abox: Why would they rob the one place that they know has a gun-carrying owner when there are plenty of other places to rob.

Wait, are you accusing your average knock-over-a-pizza-joint thug of thinking?

Armed robbery is an insta-fellony with some mandatory minimums in pound-in-cornhole prison, so generally only the dumbest of the dumb tend towards armed robbery any more when the other option can usually end up in a misdemeanor or at least minimal jail time.



Isn't the whole argument here that the promotion will lead some robber to say 'hey i can go in there with my gun and nobody will care'?  That to me seems to be the stretch in thought.
 
2013-02-16 05:08:07 PM  

Benjamin Orr: PapaChester: I have told managers on three separate occasions that my party is leaving unless the party with the gun on their hip is removed from the premises.

On all three occasions the police have had to show up to remind the threats that businesses reserve the right to serve who they please and people equipped with firearms were not welcome.

I love CA. You keep your death dealing device away from my sushi, thank you very much.

/big tipper

Not sure if troll or just huge douchebag.


Huge douchebag; think Donald Trump huge
 
2013-02-16 05:09:56 PM  
I recall that prior to passing the Concealed carry Law the liberal Washington Post was  screaming about "shootouts on every corner" ans "killings over every fender-bender". In fact, the violent crime rate  dropped and has stayed down. Most criminals are cowards and/or do not want to chance a confrontation with someone who might fight back. Rapes, assaults, robberies have dropped and stayed down.

I would imagine that this is one of the best arguments for arming the citizens.

/How about you, Britain?
 
2013-02-16 05:10:22 PM  
So 15 percent off a pizza if you can prove you can legally carry instruments of death? This is the most farked up promotion I've heard of. Wha about people who carry knives, don't they get a deal?
 
2013-02-16 05:13:21 PM  

ultraholland: What kind of discount can I receive if I show that I don't allow the King to quarter his troops at my house?


Nice.
 
2013-02-16 05:14:03 PM  

skinink: So 15 percent off a pizza if you can prove you can legally carry instruments of death? This is the most farked up promotion I've heard of. Wha about people who carry knives, don't they get a deal?


I know, this is why I want to see the owner dead so much.

It annoys me that these violent idiots are allowed to live.
 
2013-02-16 05:15:21 PM  
Step 1: Jack all prices up 15%
Step 2: Offer 15% "Discount" to gun owners.
Step 3: Profit??
 
2013-02-16 05:15:38 PM  

super_grass: I can't wait for the followup story where the owner is either shot dead by a gun nut or gets robbed because of his own stupid rule.

Gun owners are so paranoid and spiteful.


Not all of us.  Most of us understand that regulating dangerous weapons is prudent and in the best interests of society.

The ones you are thinking of have a small penis.
 
2013-02-16 05:15:58 PM  

ultraholland: What kind of discount can I receive if I show that I don't allow the King to quarter his troops at my house?


A third.
 
2013-02-16 05:18:04 PM  

PapaChester: I have told managers on three separate occasions that my party is leaving unless the party with the gun on their hip is removed from the premises.

On all three occasions the police have had to show up to remind the threats that businesses reserve the right to serve who they please and people equipped with firearms were not welcome.

I love CA. You keep your death dealing device away from my sushi, thank you very much.

/big tipper


And as the restaurant manager don't let the screen door hit you on the ass on the way out.

And please don't come back.
 
2013-02-16 05:18:15 PM  
In the spirit of open carriers, I recently decided to exercise my 3rd amendment rights by hanging a huge banner on my house that says "Soldiers Not Welcome."
 
2013-02-16 05:18:25 PM  

super_grass: skinink: So 15 percent off a pizza if you can prove you can legally carry instruments of death? This is the most farked up promotion I've heard of. Wha about people who carry knives, don't they get a deal?

I know, this is why I want to see the owner dead so much.

It annoys me that these violent idiots are allowed to live.


You are such a bad troll.
 
2013-02-16 05:20:48 PM  

unamused: propasaurus: unamused: propasaurus: Really?

*snip*

that no one with a gun could be a potential robber.

That would be as silly as saying that anyone with a gun is a potential robber.  Or that a gun can turn a good person bad.  Or that a vagina can turn a woman into a prostitute against her will.

/memorizing a few logical fallacies no more makes one a logician than having a vagina makes a woman a prostitute.


No, he was saying that someone who is robber could have a gun. I know this, because that's what he said and I read it - so mote it be.
 
2013-02-16 05:25:34 PM  

smells_like_meat: jaytkay: Stores have have no guns and no ammo. Literally zero. They have nothing on the shelves.

Dream on. Media hype. Plenty of guns and ammo available retail and over the web. Spot shortages of some calibers and weapons is all.

My Ruger stock is doing quite well, thank you.


What I was going to say. We're buying my sis a Remington 783 (the newest model) for her birthday this friday. I've already been to a few of the local sporting goods stores and they've got plenty of firearms and ammo. She's an avid hunter and I'm fond of target shooting up at the range or a gun club in the SF bay area I belong to, so we always know where to get ammo. We'd be sad if we couldn't get ammo anymore! (Though we do both agree with more strict laws regarding gun ownership - such as mandatory proficiency testing before the purchase of any firearm - because of the amounts of stupid I see from too many gun owners)

/they also have biodegradable, camoflauge toilet paper at a couple of those stores so that a dumbfark wanna-be hunter doesn't mistake you for a white tailed deer hiding low to the ground behind a tree or a bush...
 
2013-02-16 05:28:16 PM  

Real Women Drink Akvavit: smells_like_meat: jaytkay: Stores have have no guns and no ammo. Literally zero. They have nothing on the shelves.

Dream on. Media hype. Plenty of guns and ammo available retail and over the web. Spot shortages of some calibers and weapons is all.

My Ruger stock is doing quite well, thank you.

What I was going to say. We're buying my sis a Remington 783 (the newest model) for her birthday this friday. I've already been to a few of the local sporting goods stores and they've got plenty of firearms and ammo. She's an avid hunter and I'm fond of target shooting up at the range or a gun club in the SF bay area I belong to, so we always know where to get ammo. We'd be sad if we couldn't get ammo anymore! (Though we do both agree with more strict laws regarding gun ownership - such as mandatory proficiency testing before the purchase of any firearm - because of the amounts of stupid I see from too many gun owners)

/they also have biodegradable, camoflauge toilet paper at a couple of those stores so that a dumbfark wanna-be hunter doesn't mistake you for a white tailed deer hiding low to the ground behind a tree or a bush...


I'd just yell "I'm takin' a shiat - don't shoot me - just takin' a shiat over here"
 
2013-02-16 05:31:51 PM  

PapaChester: I have told managers on three separate occasions that my party is leaving unless the party with the gun on their hip is removed from the premises.

On all three occasions the police have had to show up to remind the threats that businesses reserve the right to serve who they please and people equipped with firearms were not welcome.

I love CA. You keep your death dealing device away from my sushi, thank you very much.

/big tipper


You may be a big tipper, but you're also clearly a giant pussy.
 
2013-02-16 05:32:23 PM  

smells_like_meat: Plenty of guns and ammo available retail and over the web. Spot shortages of some calibers and weapons is all.


I was in an Illinois gun shop this morning.

People were there from Wisconsin looking for ammo. Another guy said he'd been to 6 stores in 2 days and he could not find any .40 or 9mm.
 
2013-02-16 05:33:16 PM  

elkboy: The odds of your family being shot in a restaurant is based on the number of guns inside (or within range) of said restaurant... I'd simply take my business elsewhere.

Just as I won't let my kids play at houses of gun-owning neighbors.

It's math, biatches.


You and your kids are roughly as likely to die from the flu as you are from an accidental gunshot. This is true even considering the extremely low morbidity rate of the flu in young people.

You can live your life in fear if you want, but statistically nothing is going to happen. It's math, idiot.
 
2013-02-16 05:33:46 PM  

Yakk: unamused: propasaurus: Really? You don't think someone with a gun might decide they'd rather get a 100% discount?

Because having a gun makes everyone a potential robber; just like having a pussy turns all women into hookers.

We are more concerned about the robbers with the guns then the hookers with the pussys.


How about robbers with pussies? That could be kind of hot.
 
2013-02-16 05:33:47 PM  
Ah yes... capitalizing on the aftermath caused by the death of children.

Stay classy.
 
2013-02-16 05:35:21 PM  

Shaggy_C: Does the discount apply to gangbangers too? Or just to cornbread white hicks who hate Obama?  There's a reason this shiat only happens in flyover country and near military bases.  Try this in LA, NYC, or Chicago and see what happens.


Not certain about LA's laws here, but if you try to carry in NYC or Chicago and you're not one of the favored people you'll end up in jail.
 
2013-02-16 05:37:47 PM  
Can you craigslist stockpiled ammo?  I'd expect a lot of that to start happening after people calm down.
 
2013-02-16 05:38:20 PM  

Abox: ultraholland: Abox: Why would they rob the one place that they know has a gun-carrying owner when there are plenty of other places to rob.

Free gun. And casually showing the guy the gun won't raise any red flags with him, then you casually blast him.


Have you seen the surveillance videos of the folks that rob small businesses?  They're neither brave nor tough.  They're dumb punks and they'll go somewhere else.


This. Outside of movies there aren't any master criminals. They'll think twice before they take a crack at a place where there are a dozen armed customers. I don't know why the article mentions concealed carry when va has open carry.
 
2013-02-16 05:38:39 PM  

Government Fromage: Most ammo is still around, albeit at higher prices. .223, 9mm, and 22lr are hard to find though.


So "most" ammo is still around, except for the kind that makes up the majority of ammo sales.
 
2013-02-16 05:38:47 PM  

Shaggy_C: Does the discount apply to gangbangers too? Or just to cornbread white hicks who hate Obama?  There's a reason this shiat only happens in flyover country and near military bases.  Try this in LA, NYC, or Chicago and see what happens.


Kind of irrelevant when those places make it impossible, or nearly so, for the average citizen to carry a gun .

Try harder next time.
 
2013-02-16 05:38:56 PM  
Christ will America ever get over its gun fettish? And murdered children only feeds into our dumb redneck gun hardons.
 
2013-02-16 05:39:04 PM  

Benjamin Orr: PapaChester: I have told managers on three separate occasions that my party is leaving unless the party with the gun on their hip is removed from the premises.

On all three occasions the police have had to show up to remind the threats that businesses reserve the right to serve who they please and people equipped with firearms were not welcome.

I love CA. You keep your death dealing device away from my sushi, thank you very much.

/big tipper

Not sure if troll or just huge douchebag.


Troll- notice the subtle use of the word "threats" to dehumanize the people with guns. Also, unless he's been extremely unlikely in his encounters with gun owners, his story almost has to be fabricated/embellished. Anyone smart enough to carry a gun also knows that business owners are free to eject them, and failure to leave would result in felony trespass with a weapon.
 
2013-02-16 05:40:16 PM  

jaytkay: Gun wankers have totally freaked out since the November election and Sandy Hook.

They're hoarding  weapons and ammo in anticipation of Obama's UN storm troopers showing up at the door.

Stores have have no guns and no ammo. Literally zero. They have nothing on the shelves.

On the plus side, a good number of them will take out themselves and their families over the next couple of years.

// darwin.jpg


And the gun control wankers have been calm and rational in that same timeframe?
 
2013-02-16 05:41:47 PM  

PapaChester: I have told managers on three separate occasions that my party is leaving unless the party with the gun on their hip is removed from the premises.

On all three occasions the police have had to show up to remind the threats that businesses reserve the right to serve who they please and people equipped with firearms were not welcome.

I love CA. You keep your death dealing device away from my sushi, thank you very much.

/big tipper

I call BS. California doesn't have open carry, and CCP is hard to get. I live In PA where it's open carry and shall issue on CCP. I can't think of one instance ever that I saw someone with a gun on them in a restaurant, and you've seen three in one of the most restrictive states?
 
2013-02-16 05:41:54 PM  

super_grass: PapaChester: I have told managers on three separate occasions that my party is leaving unless the party with the gun on their hip is removed from the premises.

On all three occasions the police have had to show up to remind the threats that businesses reserve the right to serve who they please and people equipped with firearms were not welcome.

I love CA. You keep your death dealing device away from my sushi, thank you very much.

/big tipper

This.  fark gun owners.

I make sure to casually key a few trucks and SUBs with NRA or GOP bumper stickers whenever I'm at the local mall or movie theater parking lot.

A little psychological conditioning goes a long way with these hicks ;)


In other words, you're a cowardly douchebag who doesn't have the guts to even say something to them, much less key their vehicle in front of them.
 
2013-02-16 05:43:26 PM  

super_grass: skinink: So 15 percent off a pizza if you can prove you can legally carry instruments of death? This is the most farked up promotion I've heard of. Wha about people who carry knives, don't they get a deal?

I know, this is why I want to see the owner dead so much.

It annoys me that these violent idiots are allowed to live.


Poe's law or meta?
 
2013-02-16 05:44:59 PM  

unamused: propasaurus: unamused: propasaurus: Really?

*snip*

that no one with a gun could be a potential robber.

That would be as silly as saying that anyone with a gun is a potential robber.  Or that a gun can turn a good person bad.  Or that a vagina can turn a woman into a prostitute against her will.

/memorizing a few logical fallacies no more makes one a logician than having a vagina makes a woman a prostitute.


Please leave your genital obsession out of your gun talk, kthanks.
 
2013-02-16 05:45:21 PM  

PapaChester: I have told managers on three separate occasions that my party is leaving unless the party with the gun on their hip is removed from the premises.

On all three occasions the police have had to show up to remind the threats that businesses reserve the right to serve who they please and people equipped with firearms were not welcome.

I love CA. You keep your death dealing device away from my sushi, thank you very much.

/big tipper


So you'd be ok with a restaurant not serving the negroes?
 
2013-02-16 05:48:43 PM  

PapaChester: I have told managers on three separate occasions that my party is leaving unless the party with the gun on their hip is removed from the premises.

On all three occasions the police have had to show up to remind the threats that businesses reserve the right to serve who they please and people equipped with firearms were not welcome.

I love CA. You keep your death dealing device away from my sushi, thank you very much.

/big tipper


Instead of disturb law abiding citizens by your irrational fears and bias, why don't you pick your nancy boy arse up and leave?
 
2013-02-16 05:49:20 PM  

Slappajo: PapaChester: I have told managers on three separate occasions that my party is leaving unless the party with the gun on their hip is removed from the premises.

On all three occasions the police have had to show up to remind the threats that businesses reserve the right to serve who they please and people equipped with firearms were not welcome.

I love CA. You keep your death dealing device away from my sushi, thank you very much.

/big tipper

So you'd be ok with a restaurant not serving the negroes?


Because choosing to carry a gun everywhere you go is just like being born black.
 
2013-02-16 05:50:26 PM  

Fubini: Benjamin Orr: PapaChester: I have told managers on three separate occasions that my party is leaving unless the party with the gun on their hip is removed from the premises.

On all three occasions the police have had to show up to remind the threats that businesses reserve the right to serve who they please and people equipped with firearms were not welcome.

I love CA. You keep your death dealing device away from my sushi, thank you very much.

/big tipper

Not sure if troll or just huge douchebag.

Troll- notice the subtle use of the word "threats" to dehumanize the people with guns. Also, unless he's been extremely unlikely in his encounters with gun owners, his story almost has to be fabricated/embellished. Anyone smart enough to carry a gun also knows that business owners are free to eject them, and failure to leave would result in felony trespass with a weapon.


I just spit Buzz Cola with Lemon all over my keyboard.

/Damn, that's a lemony cola!
 
2013-02-16 05:52:03 PM  

Mr. Eugenides: Shaggy_C: Does the discount apply to gangbangers too? Or just to cornbread white hicks who hate Obama?  There's a reason this shiat only happens in flyover country and near military bases.  Try this in LA, NYC, or Chicago and see what happens.

Not certain about LA's laws here, but if you try to carry in NYC or Chicago and you're not one of the favored people you'll end up in jail.


You can only open carry in California if you have a CCW. So I could open carry, but most people here cannot. Why would I, though? I didn't get the CCW just so everyone can eyeball the handgun that matches my outfit the best that day. It's a weapon, not a fashion accessory. Geez. Also bear in mind that we only recognize CCWs from California, so if you're from another state and have a CCW, you still cannot carry. May as well just leave your firearms at home or transport them unloaded in a locking gun case in the trunk of your rental car if you're planning on hitting some of our ranges or shooting events.
 
2013-02-16 05:52:22 PM  

The My Little Pony Killer: Slappajo: PapaChester: I have told managers on three separate occasions that my party is leaving unless the party with the gun on their hip is removed from the premises.

On all three occasions the police have had to show up to remind the threats that businesses reserve the right to serve who they please and people equipped with firearms were not welcome.

I love CA. You keep your death dealing device away from my sushi, thank you very much.

/big tipper

So you'd be ok with a restaurant not serving the negroes?

Because choosing to carry a gun everywhere you go is just like being born black.


In most states, a business can have a no-gun policy, but must have it posted on the entrance. If it doesn't, it doesn't have a no-gun policy and can't ask you to leave simply because you have a gun.
 
2013-02-16 05:55:25 PM  

Acharne:PapaChester: ht to serve who they please and people equipped with firearms were not welcome.

Wait. If I'm following, you are dictating to a restaurant what the restaurant policy will be? And that policy is the restaurant does not serve people with guns? To clarify, you enter a restaurant, get seated, notice another group, one of whom has a gun, and you get the manager to remove them and by calling the police?


I wonder what would happen if he happened to have the cops called on another cop?  He doesn't seem to realize that the Cops are more likely to shoot him than the OC'er is.  Heck, he's increasing the odds of violence by having MORE people openly carrying guns come in in an adversarial way.

thorthor: All things being equal, I think id go to the non-gun pizza place. I do think that the revenue will probably increase just from people who want to support their right to concealed carry. I wonder if the food is any good?


You're probably right.  If I was anywhere in the vicinity I'd probably go there.  Gunnies tend to be more concerned about it than non-gunnies.
 
2013-02-16 05:55:54 PM  

MarkEC: The My Little Pony Killer: Slappajo: PapaChester: I have told managers on three separate occasions that my party is leaving unless the party with the gun on their hip is removed from the premises.

On all three occasions the police have had to show up to remind the threats that businesses reserve the right to serve who they please and people equipped with firearms were not welcome.

I love CA. You keep your death dealing device away from my sushi, thank you very much.

/big tipper

So you'd be ok with a restaurant not serving the negroes?

Because choosing to carry a gun everywhere you go is just like being born black.

In most states, a business can have a no-gun policy, but must have it posted on the entrance. If it doesn't, it doesn't have a no-gun policy and can't ask you to leave simply because you have a gun.


"We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone" is a very popular bit of signage in this state. You don't need a reason, either. Don't want to serve someone, just tell them to leave and they must leave.
 
2013-02-16 05:57:40 PM  

MarkEC: The My Little Pony Killer: Slappajo: PapaChester: I have told managers on three separate occasions that my party is leaving unless the party with the gun on their hip is removed from the premises.

On all three occasions the police have had to show up to remind the threats that businesses reserve the right to serve who they please and people equipped with firearms were not welcome.

I love CA. You keep your death dealing device away from my sushi, thank you very much.

/big tipper

So you'd be ok with a restaurant not serving the negroes?

Because choosing to carry a gun everywhere you go is just like being born black.

In most states, a business can have a no-gun policy, but must have it posted on the entrance. If it doesn't, it doesn't have a no-gun policy and can't ask you to leave simply because you have a gun.


There's no requirement that the policy be posted- but posting it might change the rights or responsibility of either the business owner or the gun owner, depending on state. In some states posting it has effectively zero value because someone with a gun must still be asked to leave before they are required to.  In some cases the only difference between posting the policy and not posting the policy is the level of legal punishment the gun owner would be subject to.
 
2013-02-16 05:58:57 PM  

super_grass: PapaChester: I have told managers on three separate occasions that my party is leaving unless the party with the gun on their hip is removed from the premises.

On all three occasions the police have had to show up to remind the threats that businesses reserve the right to serve who they please and people equipped with firearms were not welcome.

I love CA. You keep your death dealing device away from my sushi, thank you very much.

/big tipper

This.  fark gun owners.

I make sure to casually key a few trucks and SUBs with NRA or GOP bumper stickers whenever I'm at the local mall or movie theater parking lot.


A hope someday you're casually caught doing that and casually get the shiat beaten out of you.
 
2013-02-16 06:01:38 PM  

Real Women Drink Akvavit: MarkEC: The My Little Pony Killer: Slappajo: PapaChester: I have told managers on three separate occasions that my party is leaving unless the party with the gun on their hip is removed from the premises.

On all three occasions the police have had to show up to remind the threats that businesses reserve the right to serve who they please and people equipped with firearms were not welcome.

I love CA. You keep your death dealing device away from my sushi, thank you very much.

/big tipper

So you'd be ok with a restaurant not serving the negroes?

Because choosing to carry a gun everywhere you go is just like being born black.

In most states, a business can have a no-gun policy, but must have it posted on the entrance. If it doesn't, it doesn't have a no-gun policy and can't ask you to leave simply because you have a gun.

"We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone" is a very popular bit of signage in this state. You don't need a reason, either. Don't want to serve someone, just tell them to leave and they must leave.


And they get sued for having a hidden policy once a class action attorney sees enough of a pattern. Like I said, a no-gun policy requires a sign at the entrance. If you had that policy, why wouldn't you post a sign at the door instead of confronting people after they are in your business? That would be just asinine.
 
2013-02-16 06:04:57 PM  

Fubini: MarkEC: The My Little Pony Killer: Slappajo: PapaChester: I have told managers on three separate occasions that my party is leaving unless the party with the gun on their hip is removed from the premises.

On all three occasions the police have had to show up to remind the threats that businesses reserve the right to serve who they please and people equipped with firearms were not welcome.

I love CA. You keep your death dealing device away from my sushi, thank you very much.

/big tipper

So you'd be ok with a restaurant not serving the negroes?

Because choosing to carry a gun everywhere you go is just like being born black.

In most states, a business can have a no-gun policy, but must have it posted on the entrance. If it doesn't, it doesn't have a no-gun policy and can't ask you to leave simply because you have a gun.

There's no requirement that the policy be posted- but posting it might change the rights or responsibility of either the business owner or the gun owner, depending on state. In some states posting it has effectively zero value because someone with a gun must still be asked to leave before they are required to.  In some cases the only difference between posting the policy and not posting the policy is the level of legal punishment the gun owner would be subject to.


If you have the sign, a customer still has a choice of leaving his gun in his car and patronizing your business. If you don't have the sign and ask him to leave, you just lost a customer forever.
 
2013-02-16 06:11:22 PM  

Acharne: PapaChester: ht to serve who they please and people equipped with firearms were not welcome.

Wait. If I'm following, you are dictating to a restaurant what the restaurant policy will be? And that policy is the restaurant does not serve people with guns? To clarify, you enter a restaurant, get seated, notice another group, one of whom has a gun, and you get the manager to remove them and by calling the police?


Oh, stop.  Manager just has to choose between a party of X and lone gunman. It doesn't become policy.

Wonder what happens if the gun-toting party outnumbers the unarmed party of umbrage, though.
 
2013-02-16 06:11:38 PM  

Abox: LordJiro: 7th Son of a 7th Son: Since the owner open carries, one would think if a robber shows up one of them would leave in a body bag, and not the owner.

Unless the guy is quick on the draw, a robber will have the advantage. And the owner open-carrying will make any potential robbers more likely to shoot first.

Why would they rob the one place that they know has a gun-carrying owner when there are plenty of other places to rob.


Because you get a gun out of it?  The guy even shows you where it is - useless, at his hip.

"Hey, give us all your cash and also that gun you are proudly displaying on your person.  Alright, thanks.  We'll probably sell this to someone who might use it to kill somebody."
 
2013-02-16 06:12:07 PM  
super_grass
This. fark gun owners.

I make sure to casually key a few trucks and SUBs with NRA or GOP bumper stickers whenever I'm at the local mall or movie theater parking lot.

A little psychological conditioning goes a long way with these hicks ;)



Ah yes,the oh-so-civil left,destroying private property just because you disagree with the owner. Hope you get your ass beat.
 
2013-02-16 06:12:48 PM  
super_grass:

*snip*

This.  fark gun owners.

I make sure to casually key a few trucks and SUBs with NRA or GOP bumper stickers whenever I'm at the local mall or movie theater parking lot.

A little psychological conditioning goes a long way with these hicks ;)


... I'm not sure if you are being sarcastic, mocking, ficticious in your recount of such interactions, or if you are honestly confessing to defacing the vehicles of complete strangers because you dislike their bumper sticker.

Please clarify, or your lack of decency will cause me to further lose faith in human kind.
 
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