Discussion in 'On Topic' started by TATEROTE, Sep 30, 2009.
Jesus fuck. Thats scary shit.
I'm in no way advocating drinking and guns or drinking and driving, but how is it that someone can legally operate a 4000lb vehicle after a few drinks but cannot defend themselves with a firearm?
"Bad things happen in bars and restaurants," Nelson said. "People want to carry a gun and if the facility owner doesn't have a problem with it, there shouldn't be a problem. If a person starts drinking and gets in a shootout and kills someone, of course they're subject to criminal prosecution."
That is BS. I'm sitting in my Crim Law class right now and we just discussed a Proximate Causation and there is no way a bartender would be a proximate cause of a death.
yeah there a ton of bar shootings in pa and va, both states I know allow guns in bars. I hate people
I don't know how much of this is trolling, but most of the quotes are from idiots that are ignoring the fact that the laws in question were enacted so people could carry into places like chili's, and other restaurants that serve alcohol.
I kind of like Texas' way of dealing with it. The licensing already makes a distinction between places that serve some alcohol and places that serve mostly alcohol, and they have to conspicuously post signs that meet state requirements. EG "This place gets more than 51% of its income from selling booze. Stay the fuck out if you have a gun."
shouldn't you be worried about how to carry your glock and leave the important decisions to people who can think.
I carry a bryco M48, thank you.
I interpreted this statement as the person who does the shooting is liable for criminal prosecution.
Anyway, IMHO, a private business owner should be able to decide for himself whether or not he wants to allow firearms on his premise. If people are un-comfortable around firearms, then they can choose to go to a business that has decided to not allow them. I feel the same way about all the stupid government enforced smoking bans for privately owned bars/restaurants.
Yeah read that wrong. I saw the excerpt and read it as an anti-argument.
Bartender Randy Shields was serving British brews and Arizona ambers as usual at Shady's bar in east Phoenix when he saw a customer walk in with a hunting knife strapped to his hip.
A disturbing image flashed through his mind — "that knife sliding between my ribs."
This is the dumbest thing I heard in a long time. The bartender has a vivid imagination.
that cracked me up
in many states if a drunk gets into a car accident the victims can sue not only the driver also but the bar and bartender for damages.
Being a bartender at applebees is rough man
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What kind of asstastic buttpipe of a bartender imagines that? If I was still tarbending, I probably would have whipped out my Dalton and had a show and tell.