This is my new favorite place in town. The papaya thai salad special was the best thing I can remember having in a long time!
Jshicke, when did I say I hate guns? I hate people who leave guns where toddlers can get them. I hate people who buy guns for their felon relatives. And people who would shoot a kid in a movie theater over text messaging. I definitely don't hate guns, and I am a gun owner. I'm not, however, planning on selling any of my guns to a stranger in a parking lot, legal or not. It may be legal, but that doesn't make it a good idea. BTW, selling guns to a complete stranger isn't exactly taking precautions against criminal access. If I wanted to sell a gun I'd probably start by having a conversation with the knowledgeable folks at a reputable gun range/retailer. I expect they would have some good advice.
Thanks for your assumptions.
Jshicke, these zones aren't about operating sting operations. They're about creating safe areas for legitimate transactions. I'm sure you don't understand that, since your comment is arguably the dumbest posted so far on the CP site in 2016.
BTW, aren't you responsible gun owners supposed to manage your own private transactions instead of asking for big government to do it for you? The hypocrisy in your argument is astounding.
Apparently "Able" and Al don't know much about how Jeff Allen spends his time, but they sure are happy to make ignorant attacks on him based upon their (factually incorrect) assumptions. No guys, bless your hearts. And do some research before you lob insults.
I think packing heat AND being sober in Wet Willie's at 1AM would be a really bad combination. I mean, there is no more appropriate place in Charleston to ban guns. What sober person wouldn't be driven mad in any place that specializes in grain alcohol frozen drinks?
Nofaith, the marketplace in this area did not "figure out" that the overwhelming majority of places would be fine and even preferable with a smoking ban until long after the City of Charleston introduced legislation. They then realized the sky didn't fall, the entire industry didn't implode, and it was a far better experience for the vast majority of their patrons. Prior to the smoking ban, the marketplace considered the very concept to be just another job-killing government overreach.
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