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2014-05-05 07:03:51 PM  

Bit'O'Gristle: JuggleGeek: Bit'O'Gristle: /Ya, that doesn't work so well. It has been tried. You can't tell someone they are trespassing, when its a public access building like a fast food joint. There have been may court cases.

It's not trespassing when they walk in - but once you tell them to leave, if they refuse, it's trespassing.

Vagrants walk into restaurants and start asking people for money.  The restaurants tell them to GTFO.  If they don't leave, the cops will arrest them.  This is the same thing - someone is told "You aren't welcome here", and if they won't leave, the cops will deal with it.

To me, a rifle in your hand is very, very different that a pistol in your holster.  the only reason you have that gun in your hand is to be a threat.  I'm not going to treat you like a customer while you threaten me.

/i hear what you are saying, but the vagrants were breaking the law by panhadeling ...which is a crime. Walking into a public place "access" with a legal weapon is not agasint the law, and they are bound by law to serve them.  The myth of "i dont have to serve you" has been taken to court many times. If they would have thrown them out, they would have opened themselves to litigation.


What if their very presence is causing a scene? They walk in, a couple of senior ladies start screeching and waving their arms around, so management asks them to leave. These guys definitely caused a scene, considering the damn employees panicked and ran for the hills. Employees are a lot easier to settle down than little old ladies though.
 
2014-05-05 07:04:11 PM  
I'm not a gun guy (not opposed to guns, either), but I gotta think that if you're a open-carry kinda fella, 'cause, you know, you're just not safe out there, why wouldn't you make the concealed carry leap? Sure you can walk around with your long gun, but is that really the best tool for the job? Your handgun, discreetly hidden on your person is probably the better option.

These guys are the weenuses, not the employees (as some other poster suggested.) If I'm in charge and these guys roll up, hell yeah I'm getting my employees out of harms way. That's just common sense (which open carry seems to be contrary to.)
 
2014-05-05 07:05:05 PM  

JuggleGeek: The next day, the guy leaves for work, gets pulled over.  Cop tells him "Looked like you were weaving, we're going to need to test you for alcohol.  We're going downtown".  If the guy passes the breathalyzer, let him go.  By then, of course, he's late for work - but that's his problem, and the cop, much like the asshole carrying the gun, did nothing illegal.

The next day, pull him over again.

And if he's set on continuing to be an asshole carrying a gun, he can get harassed every damn day.


Yeah, that'd be illegal.
 
2014-05-05 07:07:15 PM  

The Flexecutioner: these pro guns guys wanted everyone to know that all it will take is a few TERRIBLE misunderstandings to cause public panic. luckily this one didnt turn sour. when the cops came everything was good, they were legal, and that particular store manager mightve learned some kind of lesson on how not to overreact. either way, it was a good illustration of how a law might not have totally been thought threw.


How did the manager overreact?  Calling the cops when people start waving guns around is overreacting?
 
2014-05-05 07:09:20 PM  

Theaetetus: Callous: AspectRatio: Dear Adolescent Gun-Humpers,

You sure seem fearful. If you don't carry your guns around, are you are constantly on the verge of shiatting your pants?

Sincerely,
The Grown-Ups

Dear Bigot,

Please learn a little about what your talking about rather then going off half-cocked based only on your ignorant assumptions.

Sincerely,
The rest of us

Dear Callous,

Please learn what the term "bigot" means before you start using it as a synonym for "anyone who says something I don't like."

Sincerely,
Everyone else


If you don't see the bigotry in his statement I can't help you.
 
2014-05-05 07:09:34 PM  

Theaetetus: Yeah, that'd be illegal.


It's illegal for the cops to give someone a breath test?

It's illegal for them to give a guy a ticket if he speeds?

I don't think so.
 
2014-05-05 07:11:15 PM  

pedrop357: I wonder if people in Israel lose their mind when they see people walking around everywhere with M16s


What could that possibly have to do with anything?
 
2014-05-05 07:11:53 PM  

Callous: Isitoveryet: wow, those patriots are moar patriotic than any of you could ever fake being.

they are moar patriotic than Uncle Sam snorting coke off a hookers ass through a rolled up Constitution in church while segregating teh population into income groups.

/do all Americans suffer from an inferiority complex?

No, but it appears many have an irrational fear of weapons.


Yes is the correct answer.

---

Also, some day someone is going to shoot one of those assholes.
 
2014-05-05 07:12:09 PM  

JuggleGeek: Bit'O'Gristle: /they HAVE to respond. Every time. No, a "man with a gun" doesn't actually mean a law has been broken, but the police are obligated to check it out.  So yes, they waste their time and taxpayer money, giving these people the attention they want, on your buck.

And what happens is there were, oh, say a couple of thousand people doing it every day?  The article says "Dallas/Ft Worth", which doesn't do a lot to narrow it down, but in that area, there are millions of people.  A couple of thousand people is a tiny fraction, but it's enough that the cops couldn't get much else done.

I like their "We can do anything we want since it isn't illegal" plan.  Lets see how we can turn that around.

I think the cops should say "Yep, it's legal for you to do that, but you're being a jerk, and you're going to get treated like a jerk".

The next day, the guy leaves for work, gets pulled over.  Cop tells him "Looked like you were weaving, we're going to need to test you for alcohol.  We're going downtown".  If the guy passes the breathalyzer, let him go.  By then, of course, he's late for work - but that's his problem, and the cop, much like the asshole carrying the gun, did nothing illegal.

The next day, pull him over again.

And if he's set on continuing to be an asshole carrying a gun, he can get harassed every damn day.

Not to mention that if the guy drives a few miles an hour over the limit, ticket.  Rolls through a stop sign?  Ticket.  Accelerates just a little too fast?  Ticket.


So you want the police to harass people for doing totally legal things that you don't like?
 
2014-05-05 07:12:52 PM  

skinink: I want to see some minority gun owners walk down the streets in the towns where these guys live. See what the response is then.


Is that Mos Def?
 
2014-05-05 07:12:57 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: I want to see your gun about as much as I want to see your penis.  As in not at all.  So put that shiat away.


Their guns are their penises.
 
2014-05-05 07:12:59 PM  

pedrop357: I wonder if people in Israel lose their mind when they see people walking around everywhere with M16s


No, because the people walking around with M16s in Israel are trained uniformed military officers in a country whose citizens are under actual threat by actual enemies who actually want to kill them.

These open-carry buttholes? Not trained military, not uniformed, not under threat, and not protecting anyone from anything except the childish fantasy that exists in their cretinous imaginations.
 
2014-05-05 07:13:19 PM  

Enemabag Jones: I see 'no guns' in businesses all the time. How is this any different then 'no shoes, no shirt, no dice'?


He's going to keep lying about how he can carry his dick gun with him and nobody can say anything.

Wiki has a "Gun Laws In Texas" page.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gun_laws_in_Texas#30.06_signage

TPC section 30.06 covers "Trespass by a person licensed to carry a concealed handgun". It allows a residential or commercial landowner to post signage that preemptively bars licensed persons from entering the premises while carrying concealed. It is a Class A misdemeanor to fail to heed compliant signage.
 
2014-05-05 07:13:34 PM  

JuggleGeek: The Flexecutioner: these pro guns guys wanted everyone to know that all it will take is a few TERRIBLE misunderstandings to cause public panic. luckily this one didnt turn sour. when the cops came everything was good, they were legal, and that particular store manager mightve learned some kind of lesson on how not to overreact. either way, it was a good illustration of how a law might not have totally been thought threw.

How did the manager overreact?  Calling the cops when people start waving guns around is overreacting?


oh, they were waving them around?  gotcha, Capt Hyperbole.  and no, the manager didnt overreact but he still learned how he couldve had the circumstances been different.
 
2014-05-05 07:13:59 PM  

spawn73: Callous: Isitoveryet: wow, those patriots are moar patriotic than any of you could ever fake being.

they are moar patriotic than Uncle Sam snorting coke off a hookers ass through a rolled up Constitution in church while segregating teh population into income groups.

/do all Americans suffer from an inferiority complex?

No, but it appears many have an irrational fear of weapons.

Yes is the correct answer.

---

Also, some day someone is going to shoot one of those assholes.



And that person will likely go to prison.
 
2014-05-05 07:14:01 PM  

This text is now purple: skinink: I want to see some minority gun owners walk down the streets in the towns where these guys live. See what the response is then.

Is that Mos Def?


He must have trouble getting gigs.
 
2014-05-05 07:14:21 PM  

Callous: So you want the police to harass people for doing totally legal things that you don't like?


And you want the police to be stuck spending all their time responding to assholes who get off on carrying rifles around to scare people.
 
2014-05-05 07:14:48 PM  
So their point is, "because we can"? 

Yeah, you can... and I can think you're second rate douchebags for doing it.
 
2014-05-05 07:15:16 PM  

spawn73: Callous: Isitoveryet: wow, those patriots are moar patriotic than any of you could ever fake being.

they are moar patriotic than Uncle Sam snorting coke off a hookers ass through a rolled up Constitution in church while segregating teh population into income groups.

/do all Americans suffer from an inferiority complex?

No, but it appears many have an irrational fear of weapons.

Yes is the correct answer.

---

Also, some day someone is going to shoot one of those assholes.


Which is exactly why places like Jack in The Crack are gonna post signs saying that they have a no weapons policy. A CC guy freaks, shoots a OC guy to death.... Yeah, that shiate isn't good for business (irrespective of which Carry guy was wrong or right.)
 
2014-05-05 07:15:45 PM  

The Flexecutioner: oh, they were waving them around?


They were doing their damn best to make sure everyone knew they had guns.

This isn't the same as someone carrying in a holster.
 
2014-05-05 07:16:29 PM  

Bit'O'Gristle: JuggleGeek: Callous: Luckily the cops don't get to make up the laws as they go along. And the free exercise of rights is not about need.

So how do you think this should be handled.  When the cops get a phone call about a bunch of armed assholes carrying rifles into a restaurant, should the cops just say "Hey, that's legal, we'll ignore it"?  Or should the cops respond - thus using up some of their time and keeping them from other duties?

/they HAVE to respond. Every time. No, a "man with a gun" doesn't actually mean a law has been broken, but the police are obligated to check it out.  So yes, they waste their time and taxpayer money, giving these people the attention they want, on your buck.


The police are under no legal obligation to respond to anything.
 
2014-05-05 07:16:58 PM  

JuggleGeek: Theaetetus: Yeah, that'd be illegal.

It's illegal for the cops to give someone a breath test?

It's illegal for them to give a guy a ticket if he speeds?

I don't think so.


Is it illegal for cops to stop someone without reasonable suspicion? Is it illegal for cops to engage in a pattern of harassment and falsification of reports?
Oh, yeah, it is.

Seriously, do you think judges are retarded?
 
2014-05-05 07:16:58 PM  

Bit'O'Gristle: 100 Watt Walrus: Bit'O'Gristle: And note to the employees? Armed robbers generally dont walk into a store with slung rifles, in a large group, and just stand there waiting to order. Criminals tend to HIDE their weapons, and pull them out suddenly. You being startled is understandable, but hiding in the back when it was obvious they were just wanting to order was a bit pussy.

I'm glad we have an eye witness here to tell us what really happened. I'm glad you can tell us first-hand that a bunch of guys with high-powered weapons walking into your place of business is nothing to be alarmed about, and that it's far better to assume no ill intent from burly assholes with the capacity to kill with with a twitch of their finger.

/yes, because every robbery i've seen has been by geeky white dudes walking in casually with slung firearms. Thats just what happens.


1) I'm sure you understand that your experience with robbery and firearms is not the common experience among the general population. Guns make a lot of people nervous. In the absence of a real threat, the presence of a gun can seem like a potential threat to an unarmed person. It's not unreasonable to want to get the hell away from strangers carrying major firepower into an enclosed space.

2) You have a very strange definition of "geeky."
 
2014-05-05 07:17:07 PM  

Theaetetus: JuggleGeek: The employee should have taken a pen and paper and written a note saying "We reserve the right not to serve assholes with weapons".

Or just said "GTFO, or you're trespassing." You don't need to have a specially written policy to refuse service to people carrying weapons.


farking NRA would be on them if they had done that.

They got the morons out of there, burgers in hand, live to do business with normal people another day.
 
2014-05-05 07:18:45 PM  

anuran: I wonder what would happen if a bunch of Black guys or people dressed in traditional Saudi clothes walked in to a fast food place with AKs.
I kinda doubt the police or they typical open carry twatpimple would say "They were just exercising their rights."


Maybe they'd even want to sit at the counter, or ride at the front of the bus.
 
2014-05-05 07:19:20 PM  

This text is now purple: Bit'O'Gristle: JuggleGeek: Callous: Luckily the cops don't get to make up the laws as they go along. And the free exercise of rights is not about need.

So how do you think this should be handled.  When the cops get a phone call about a bunch of armed assholes carrying rifles into a restaurant, should the cops just say "Hey, that's legal, we'll ignore it"?  Or should the cops respond - thus using up some of their time and keeping them from other duties?

/they HAVE to respond. Every time. No, a "man with a gun" doesn't actually mean a law has been broken, but the police are obligated to check it out.  So yes, they waste their time and taxpayer money, giving these people the attention they want, on your buck.

The police are under no legal obligation to respond to anything.


911 might disagree with you...
 
2014-05-05 07:19:47 PM  

JuggleGeek: Callous: So you want the police to harass people for doing totally legal things that you don't like?

And you want the police to be stuck spending all their time responding to assholes who get off on carrying rifles around to scare people.


So if racist arseholes kept calling the cops on every black person they saw "because we thought he/she was going to rob the place" you would be okay with the cops harassing black people to keep them away?

Or does this practice only apply to groups of people you don't like?
 
2014-05-05 07:20:23 PM  

spawn73: Theaetetus: JuggleGeek: The employee should have taken a pen and paper and written a note saying "We reserve the right not to serve assholes with weapons".

Or just said "GTFO, or you're trespassing." You don't need to have a specially written policy to refuse service to people carrying weapons.

farking NRA would be on them if they had done that.

They got the morons out of there, burgers in hand, live to do business with normal people another day.


Which is another point... If you scared the employees so much that they locked themselves in the freezer and waited for the cops to come, do you  really want to eat the burger they eventually bring you?
 
2014-05-05 07:20:41 PM  

Enemabag Jones: Bit'O'Gristle
/i hear what you are saying, but the vagrants were breaking the law by panhadeling ...which is a crime. Walking into a public place "access" with a legal weapon is not agasint the law, and they are bound by law to serve them. The myth of "i dont have to serve you" has been taken to court many times. If they would have thrown them out, they would have opened themselves to litigation.

I see 'no guns' in businesses all the time. How is this any different then 'no shoes, no shirt, no dice'?


The latter is health code.

Spitting will get you tossed out, too.
 
2014-05-05 07:21:05 PM  

spawn73: Also, some day someone is going to shoot one of those assholes.


SPOILER ALERT -- the shooter will be someone with a gun.
 
2014-05-05 07:21:57 PM  

Callous: JuggleGeek: Callous: So you want the police to harass people for doing totally legal things that you don't like?

And you want the police to be stuck spending all their time responding to assholes who get off on carrying rifles around to scare people.

So if racist arseholes kept calling the cops on every black person they saw "because we thought he/she was going to rob the place" you would be okay with the cops harassing black people to keep them away?

Or does this practice only apply to groups of people you don't like?


Wait, you mean you have a choice to be black?
 
2014-05-05 07:22:39 PM  

JuggleGeek: The Flexecutioner: oh, they were waving them around?

They were doing their damn best to make sure everyone knew they had guns.

This isn't the same as someone carrying in a holster.


nor is it the same as waving them around, which was stupid hyperbole.
 
2014-05-05 07:22:39 PM  

Callous: So if racist arseholes kept calling the cops on every black person they saw "because we thought he/she was going to rob the place" you would be okay with the cops harassing black people to keep them away?

Or does this practice only apply to groups of people you don't like?


Sorry, you racist asshole, but being the color you are born is not the same as choosing to threaten people with your rifle.
 
2014-05-05 07:23:10 PM  

This text is now purple: Enemabag Jones: Bit'O'Gristle
/i hear what you are saying, but the vagrants were breaking the law by panhadeling ...which is a crime. Walking into a public place "access" with a legal weapon is not agasint the law, and they are bound by law to serve them. The myth of "i dont have to serve you" has been taken to court many times. If they would have thrown them out, they would have opened themselves to litigation.

I see 'no guns' in businesses all the time. How is this any different then 'no shoes, no shirt, no dice'?

The latter is health code.


Nope, that's a mythSo, currently, we have answers from the health departments (and/or agriculture departments as may apply) of all 50 states dated 2009 or later, and all confirm there are no state health department regulations requiring footwear in any business.

Of course, individual businesses are free to refuse service on those grounds.
 
2014-05-05 07:23:17 PM  

loaba: This text is now purple: Bit'O'Gristle: JuggleGeek: Callous: Luckily the cops don't get to make up the laws as they go along. And the free exercise of rights is not about need.

So how do you think this should be handled.  When the cops get a phone call about a bunch of armed assholes carrying rifles into a restaurant, should the cops just say "Hey, that's legal, we'll ignore it"?  Or should the cops respond - thus using up some of their time and keeping them from other duties?

/they HAVE to respond. Every time. No, a "man with a gun" doesn't actually mean a law has been broken, but the police are obligated to check it out.  So yes, they waste their time and taxpayer money, giving these people the attention they want, on your buck.

The police are under no legal obligation to respond to anything.

911 might disagree with you...


SCOTUS agrees with him.
 
2014-05-05 07:23:23 PM  

Theaetetus: JuggleGeek: Theaetetus: Yeah, that'd be illegal.

It's illegal for the cops to give someone a breath test?

It's illegal for them to give a guy a ticket if he speeds?

I don't think so.

Is it illegal for cops to stop someone without reasonable suspicion? Is it illegal for cops to engage in a pattern of harassment and falsification of reports?
Oh, yeah, it is.

Seriously, do you think judges are retarded?


Yes, but they frown on that sort of thing anyway.
 
2014-05-05 07:25:06 PM  

JuggleGeek: Callous: So if racist arseholes kept calling the cops on every black person they saw "because we thought he/she was going to rob the place" you would be okay with the cops harassing black people to keep them away?

Or does this practice only apply to groups of people you don't like?

Sorry, you racist asshole, but being the color you are born is not the same as choosing to threaten people with your rifle.


these guys weren't choosing to threaten people with their rifles.  stop inaccurately describing the scenario to fit your outrage.
 
2014-05-05 07:25:32 PM  
Theaetetus
The latter is health code.
Spitting will get you tossed out, too.


I rather like that. Walking in without shoes is a healthcode violation. But a handful of men walking in with tacticool ar15's is not.

For fun lets make those guy with AR15's of arab desent and see if that changes anything about what just happened.
 
2014-05-05 07:26:14 PM  

loaba: Callous: JuggleGeek: Callous: So you want the police to harass people for doing totally legal things that you don't like?

And you want the police to be stuck spending all their time responding to assholes who get off on carrying rifles around to scare people.

So if racist arseholes kept calling the cops on every black person they saw "because we thought he/she was going to rob the place" you would be okay with the cops harassing black people to keep them away?

Or does this practice only apply to groups of people you don't like?

Wait, you mean you have a choice to be black?


Please explain how that has anything to do with it.
 
2014-05-05 07:26:49 PM  

Callous: loaba: This text is now purple: Bit'O'Gristle: JuggleGeek: Callous: Luckily the cops don't get to make up the laws as they go along. And the free exercise of rights is not about need.

So how do you think this should be handled.  When the cops get a phone call about a bunch of armed assholes carrying rifles into a restaurant, should the cops just say "Hey, that's legal, we'll ignore it"?  Or should the cops respond - thus using up some of their time and keeping them from other duties?

/they HAVE to respond. Every time. No, a "man with a gun" doesn't actually mean a law has been broken, but the police are obligated to check it out.  So yes, they waste their time and taxpayer money, giving these people the attention they want, on your buck.

The police are under no legal obligation to respond to anything.

911 might disagree with you...

SCOTUS agrees with him.


Well ain't that a biatch
 
2014-05-05 07:27:28 PM  

This text is now purple: The police are under no legal obligation to respond to anything.


They have to respond to every 911 call.
 
2014-05-05 07:28:32 PM  

Enemabag Jones: Bit'O'Gristle
/Ya, that doesn't work so well. It has been tried. You can't tell someone they are trespassing, when its a public access building like a fast food joint. There have been may court cases.

[www.safetysupplywarehouse.com image 394x285]


What do you have against Rugers?   I guess it's ok if I carry my Smith and Wesson.


Since this was in Texas, there are specific requirements for a no-firearms allowed sign,


Section 30.05 of the Texas Penal Code deals with Criminal Trespass. Under the statute, a person commits the offense of trespass if he enters or remains on or in the property of another (including vehicles and buildings) without effective consent and he had "notice" that the entry was forbidden or he received "notice" to depart, but failed to do so.

30.06 modifies. Section 30.06 deals with those special circumstances when a CHL can be charged with trespass. Section 30.06 is titled "Trespass by Holder of License to Carry Concealed Handgun." It addresses some of the unique questions presented by CHLs and the issue of trespass.
 
2014-05-05 07:28:43 PM  

Callous: spawn73: Callous: Isitoveryet: wow, those patriots are moar patriotic than any of you could ever fake being.

they are moar patriotic than Uncle Sam snorting coke off a hookers ass through a rolled up Constitution in church while segregating teh population into income groups.

/do all Americans suffer from an inferiority complex?

No, but it appears many have an irrational fear of weapons.

Yes is the correct answer.

---

Also, some day someone is going to shoot one of those assholes.


And that person will likely go to prison.


It will be an interesting case, thats for sure.

Kinda like how Pistorious is claiming he didn't know who was in his bathroom, so he shot his girlfriend. Because, as gunnuts will agree with me, not knowing who is in your bathroom is reason enough to kill them.


I'm not wishing the death of anyone, just thinking that some day, someone will also have a gun, and shoot them.

And then, what now?
 
2014-05-05 07:29:34 PM  

Callous: loaba: Callous: JuggleGeek: Callous: So you want the police to harass people for doing totally legal things that you don't like?

And you want the police to be stuck spending all their time responding to assholes who get off on carrying rifles around to scare people.

So if racist arseholes kept calling the cops on every black person they saw "because we thought he/she was going to rob the place" you would be okay with the cops harassing black people to keep them away?

Or does this practice only apply to groups of people you don't like?

Wait, you mean you have a choice to be black?

Please explain how that has anything to do with it.


Please explain how a black person walking into a place is the same thing as a group of armed men walking into a place.
 
2014-05-05 07:29:57 PM  
I'm a pro-gun, pro-concealed carry, pro-open carry, prior CCW permit holding combat vet gun nut, and I came here to say these guys are douchers.  Please don't judge the pro-gun movement by the likes of these AW'ing fegits.
 
2014-05-05 07:29:57 PM  
These guys are American heroes. There would be zero mass shootings if 5% of the population was packing heat.
 
2014-05-05 07:30:08 PM  

Mugato: This text is now purple: The police are under no legal obligation to respond to anything.

They have to respond to every 911 call.


No they don't.
 
2014-05-05 07:30:13 PM  

loaba: spawn73: Callous: Isitoveryet: wow, those patriots are moar patriotic than any of you could ever fake being.

they are moar patriotic than Uncle Sam snorting coke off a hookers ass through a rolled up Constitution in church while segregating teh population into income groups.

/do all Americans suffer from an inferiority complex?

No, but it appears many have an irrational fear of weapons.

Yes is the correct answer.

---

Also, some day someone is going to shoot one of those assholes.

Which is exactly why places like Jack in The Crack are gonna post signs saying that they have a no weapons policy. A CC guy freaks, shoots a OC guy to death.... Yeah, that shiate isn't good for business (irrespective of which Carry guy was wrong or right.)


Dude, you just know NRA is going to protest them then. I think, no sign, and just hope the idiots don't come back.
 
2014-05-05 07:31:01 PM  

loaba: Callous: loaba: Callous: JuggleGeek: Callous: So you want the police to harass people for doing totally legal things that you don't like?

And you want the police to be stuck spending all their time responding to assholes who get off on carrying rifles around to scare people.

So if racist arseholes kept calling the cops on every black person they saw "because we thought he/she was going to rob the place" you would be okay with the cops harassing black people to keep them away?

Or does this practice only apply to groups of people you don't like?

Wait, you mean you have a choice to be black?

Please explain how that has anything to do with it.

Please explain how a black person walking into a place is the same thing as a group of armed men walking into a place.


They both have the right to do what they did.
 
2014-05-05 07:31:06 PM  
 
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