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benEzra Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon May-30-11 02:34 PM
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16. That's the definition of a boycott, isn't it?
Edited on Mon May-30-11 02:35 PM by benEzra
Live and let live, man. Go somewhere else and drink where you feel more welcome.

That's the definition of a boycott, isn't it? Besides, the big 2ndA issue is primarily with restaurants, not so much bars.

FWIW, bars (and restaurants) do have the option of posting no-guns signs, and if they are wanding customers then they darn sure need to post a sign. I'm going to be a lot less peeved by seeing a no-guns sign in a restaurant and having to go somewhere else, than I am if there is no sign but some guy goes TSA on me and my family. That will get you boycotted.
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