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Thursday, March 31, 2016

Not many stores, businesses, or restaurants is this area of Northern Illinois are hanging the NO GUNS ALLOWED signs and my wallet certainly shows my appreciation.


I decided that some quality jewelry would be appropriate for my lovely wife's birthday, so I decided to shop a local high-end big-name stand-alone store.  My concern was that I was armed and I remember the store as (at least on occasion in past years) having armed security; I assumed that they would have a NO GUNS ALLOWED sign by the entrance.  I hate the idea of leaving my gun in the car, so I decided to shop elsewhere if I saw a NO GUNS ALLOWED sign posted.  I drove by the entrance and saw no such sign.  I then parked and walked to the entrance and again could find no sign.  Once inside, there were no signs posted so I happily gave the store my business.

I am not going to name the business because I do not want to make it a target for the anti-gun zealots, but I want to say THANK YOU to them and all other businesses that decided not to hang those worthless signs.


4 comments:

Lisa Lane said...

Well done! On several counts.

James Zachary said...

Thanks Lisa!

Wilson said...

Very good, did you tell them that while you were there?

Glen M said...

I kept my nose clean ..got safety training At my expense ..got fingerprinted checked out by FBI STATE & LOCAL POLICE..PAID FOR LISENCE IE PERMIT..JUMPED THROUGH EVERY HOOP..THEY ASKED ME TO...JUST YO EXCERCISE MY 2ND AMENDMENT RIGHTS...NOW BEING TOLD I CAN'T CARRY HERE..CANT CARRY THERE..CERTAIN STORES..MALLS RESTAURANTS..MOVIES..FOREST..PARKS....I DONT CONDONE BREAKING THE LAW..BUT constitution states I have the right to be secure in my home & ON MY PERSON AGAINST ANY & All unwarranted search or seizure ..SO WHATS CONCEALED ON ME OUT OF SIGHT IS NO ONES BUSINESS..PERIOD...I WILL CARRY MY POCKET ROCKET.380 EVERYWHERE..as I have the right to defend myself ..not only on a business &,but heading out to my vehicle ..