"It depends on the state laws. Up here in Oregon private businesses are allowed to put those signs up and if you should disobey them and get caught you could be arrested and brought up on "criminal trespassing…"
"When you die you are no longer subject to the physical dimension of time. That is a principal that many have a very difficult time grasping. As a disembodied spirit/soul you are no longer governed by the physics of time.
God is not simply a being…"
"My understanding is that a business may choose not to allow firearms on the premises and the sign can essentially be anything that posts the notice that firearms are not allowed, and that they can have the local law enforcement officials…"
"I have a question as to what is the "official" no firearms on premises looks like. I have heard that not all the signs posted up are "valid." For example a bank in my city just has a circular cutout of a revolver, over a…"
My view from this private island I am working at this week.Beautiful place, very primitive. electric only from a generator. No TV, radio etc. We do have satellite internet access though, amazingly enough!
"The deputy is abslutely correct. I've not encountered a locking glove box in a new car for quite a while, and well, most motor vehicles are just a bit more secure than a tuna can (A relative's older Toyota was burglarized by someone…"
"I have been told that in Texas your vehicle is an extension of your home so you can keep a gun in your car no matter where you are. Even if you are on a school campus where guns are prohibited you can keep a gun in your car.
A friend of mine is a…"
I read this article and it made me stop and think for a moment about this and perhaps some other government offices where it might apply to me.I usually carry unless I am in a state that doesn't recognize my CCW permit. I rarely go into a post office, but other offices are occasionally visited.The article: http://www.usacarry.com/carrying-concealed-post-office/Thoughts?See More
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Atlas Shrugged - Ayn Rand
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows
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“Already long ago, from when we sold our vote to no man, the People have abdicated our duties; for the People who once upon a time handed out military command, high civil office, legions — everything, now restrains itself and anxiously hopes for just two things: bread and circuses” - Juvenal – 100 A.D.
"Mainly comes when there is a change towards mainstream for the fandom. D&D took off hugely in the last 3 years thanks to Game of Thrones, Critical Role, and other shows that have vastly increased the number of people getting into the hobby. Same…"
"Understandably? Why understandably? I can think of plenty of sub-cultures in similar situations that nonetheless welcome noobies so long as the latter demonstrate a certain respect in regards to the sub-culture itself."
"I have always been on the skinny side. I just end up with an extra layer on. It may just be a simple fact that you need a few extra layers.
As to friends drifting away. I hit that when my son was born. All my friends did not…"
There is also, understandably, a culture of exclusion in most fandom-type groups, against great numbers of incoming "fans." Nobody wants their hobby invaded by poseurs and wannabes. This is exacerbated when those wannabes not only think…"
"I admit I don't know anything about that. But the movie, on its own, was simply terrible. Not terrible because it was cramming feminism down anyone's throat, though, because IMO that never happened at any point in the movie. It was just…"
"With GB, the politics was in the choice of director and the casting, and in the extra-curricular statements and press. Not in the script. Mostly. It certainly wasn't an "assumption", though. It was said outright.