Bill would allow guns in bars

There are 133 comments on the Alamogordo Daily News story from Feb 11, 2010, titled Bill would allow guns in bars. In it, Alamogordo Daily News reports that:

People with licenses to carry concealed guns could take their firearms into restaurants that serve beer and wine under a bill that zipped through a Senate committee Wednesday.

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Since: May 08

Alamogordo, NM

#131 Mar 2, 2010
IT IS NOT ALLOWING GUNS IN BARS. The article was poorly titled. It is allowing those who have a concealed carry permit to carry in a restaurant that services alcohol. Like Applebee’s, Garduno’s, or Olive Garden. This does not give you the right to take a gun to the Palm Side. If you are carrying a weapon you are prohibited from consuming alcohol.

Since: Apr 09

Albuquerque, NM

#132 Mar 9, 2010
Gee I guess I will have to go live in Washington DC or somewhere that is so safe. Somewhere that has strict gun laws. I am sure they are working so well. How is that "hopie changie" thing going anyway?(Palinism)
Wolverine

Cumberland, MD

#133 Mar 10, 2010
oteroman wrote:
Gee I guess I will have to go live in Washington DC or somewhere that is so safe. Somewhere that has strict gun laws. I am sure they are working so well. How is that "hopie changie" thing going anyway?(Palinism)
LOL. Not too good, but I warned my liberal union brothers not to vote for Obozo.
right

Albuquerque, NM

#135 Mar 10, 2010
Baruch wrote:
. If you are carrying a weapon you are prohibited from consuming alcohol.
but the gun is concealed.
Dan

Roseville, CA

#136 Mar 10, 2010
right wrote:
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but the gun is concealed.
Concealed? Does that mean it isn't there??

Suffice it to say concealed weapons are still present weapons and having them in bars is retarded at best.
phineas

Laurel, MD

#137 Mar 10, 2010
Actually wrote:
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you would be amazed at how dumb texans are and how much they buy into the Wild West myth. You go to downtown Houston and every third person is wearing a cowboy hat.
Agreed - A law like this could only pass in a state as stupid as Texas. Just wait till establishment owners see what their insurance company does to their insurance rate the first some doofus with a CCW tries to be a hero and a ricochet hits another patron.

Insurance companies might go ahead an raise the insurance on bars in TX preemptively just because of the new law.

Even in the old west, you checked your gun at the door.

Since: May 08

Alamogordo, NM

#138 Mar 10, 2010
right wrote:
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but the gun is concealed.
Duh!

Since: May 08

Alamogordo, NM

#139 Mar 10, 2010
right wrote:
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but the gun is concealed.
Duh! Sorry first Duh to wrong post. Makes Duh go to me. lol

Since: May 08

Alamogordo, NM

#140 Mar 10, 2010
Dan wrote:
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Concealed? Does that mean it isn't there??
Suffice it to say concealed weapons are still present weapons and having them in bars is retarded at best.
I can't seem to get this repy right. Yes if the gun is concealed, then the gun is still there. Just like your head is up your butt, however, your head is still present. GUNS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED IN WHAT WE CLASSICALLY TERM BARS. Example Palm Side is a bar, a nasty bar, but a bar. Jerry's is a bar, not a five star establishment, Buck's Buckaroo was a bar, until Billy French eventually became the last owner (tried not to use the name Shooter's lol). And a plug for my Uncle Buck Walker. No Guns in any of these type of places. So stop saying guns in bars. That is not what it is about.

You will be allowed, if you have a concealed carry permit to have your gun on you during dinner at: Casa de Suenos, Applebee's, places that derive the majority of their income from food sales. If a sports bar opens up and sells buffulo wing you can't take a gun in there. It is a bar. It derives the majority of its income from alcohol sales.

I knew a man that had no concealed carry permit, he carried his handgun everywhere he went. I also, had the privledge of seeing his psych profile. Scary.

If he is still around and you are at dinner in the same building as him, he has at least two handguns on him. When the shooting starts go ahead dial 911. Knowing that the 15 minute response time if everyone is at the other end of the county is pretty darn fast. Then another 20 minutes establishing a perimitter, making sure all resources are in place and that EMS and AMR are on Standby in their staging, is really fast. You try and do that in lest time.

Now 35 minutes later the dispatcher will make the call to see if there is anyone left to rescue or if we need to contact H.A.F.B. for additional Bodybags. Now granted this is a worst case scenerio. But with this one individual I knew. Contact for more bags would be the answer.
Dan

Roseville, CA

#141 Mar 10, 2010
Baruch wrote:
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I can't seem to get this repy right. Yes if the gun is concealed, then the gun is still there. Just like your head is up your butt, however, your head is still present. GUNS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED IN WHAT WE CLASSICALLY TERM BARS. Example Palm Side is a bar, a nasty bar, but a bar. Jerry's is a bar, not a five star establishment, Buck's Buckaroo was a bar, until Billy French eventually became the last owner (tried not to use the name Shooter's lol). And a plug for my Uncle Buck Walker. No Guns in any of these type of places. So stop saying guns in bars. That is not what it is about.
You will be allowed, if you have a concealed carry permit to have your gun on you during dinner at: Casa de Suenos, Applebee's, places that derive the majority of their income from food sales. If a sports bar opens up and sells buffulo wing you can't take a gun in there. It is a bar. It derives the majority of its income from alcohol sales.
I knew a man that had no concealed carry permit, he carried his handgun everywhere he went. I also, had the privledge of seeing his psych profile. Scary.
If he is still around and you are at dinner in the same building as him, he has at least two handguns on him. When the shooting starts go ahead dial 911. Knowing that the 15 minute response time if everyone is at the other end of the county is pretty darn fast. Then another 20 minutes establishing a perimitter, making sure all resources are in place and that EMS and AMR are on Standby in their staging, is really fast. You try and do that in lest time.
Now 35 minutes later the dispatcher will make the call to see if there is anyone left to rescue or if we need to contact H.A.F.B. for additional Bodybags. Now granted this is a worst case scenerio. But with this one individual I knew. Contact for more bags would be the answer.
Hey MORON...

Did you bother to read the header 'Bill would allow guns in bars'???

My head is up my ass???? You're claiming that's not what this thread is about Einstein - I'd suggest you swing by Costco tonight and but a 4 foot shoehorn along with the biggest jar of Vaseline they have onl;y to go home and work on pulling your own head out because it's wedged DEEP into your posterior.

LOL!!!!!

Since: May 08

Alamogordo, NM

#142 Mar 10, 2010
Dan wrote:
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Hey MORON...
Did you bother to read the header 'Bill would allow guns in bars'???
My head is up my ****???? You're claiming that's not what this thread is about Einstein - I'd suggest you swing by Costco tonight and but a 4 foot shoehorn along with the biggest jar of Vaseline they have onl;y to go home and work on pulling your own head out because it's wedged DEEP into your posterior.
LOL!!!!!
Oh Anal Envy! I refer you to post 121. The ADN article is poorly titled. I have explained this several times. The establishment must recieve not less than 60% of its' income from food sales. End of story. It is the ADN. You don't trully expect an accurate story do you? Sorry about the head up the butt comment, that was needless.
Sadly, can't find the shoehorns. Could be the impaired vision. lol
You know

Albuquerque, NM

#143 Mar 11, 2010
Baruch wrote:
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I can't seem to get this repy right. Yes if the gun is concealed, then the gun is still there. Just like your head is up your butt, however, your head is still present. GUNS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED IN WHAT WE CLASSICALLY TERM BARS. Example Palm Side is a bar, a nasty bar, but a bar. Jerry's is a bar, not a five star establishment, Buck's Buckaroo was a bar, until Billy French eventually became the last owner (tried not to use the name Shooter's lol). And a plug for my Uncle Buck Walker. No Guns in any of these type of places. So stop saying guns in bars. That is not what it is about.
You will be allowed, if you have a concealed carry permit to have your gun on you during dinner at: Casa de Suenos, Applebee's, places that derive the majority of their income from food sales. If a sports bar opens up and sells buffulo wing you can't take a gun in there. It is a bar. It derives the majority of its income from alcohol sales.
I knew a man that had no concealed carry permit, he carried his handgun everywhere he went. I also, had the privledge of seeing his psych profile. Scary.
If he is still around and you are at dinner in the same building as him, he has at least two handguns on him. When the shooting starts go ahead dial 911. Knowing that the 15 minute response time if everyone is at the other end of the county is pretty darn fast. Then another 20 minutes establishing a perimitter, making sure all resources are in place and that EMS and AMR are on Standby in their staging, is really fast. You try and do that in lest time.
Now 35 minutes later the dispatcher will make the call to see if there is anyone left to rescue or if we need to contact H.A.F.B. for additional Bodybags. Now granted this is a worst case scenerio. But with this one individual I knew. Contact for more bags would be the answer.
guns will be allowed in non-bars like the applebees and the blue corn cafe where this ruiz character and his friends got so toasted they killed those girls with their truck. Luckily he wasn't packing when the blue corn manager tried to cut them off from another round.

Since: May 08

Alamogordo, NM

#144 Mar 11, 2010
There are evil people and they do evil things. I am not arguing that. It turns the innocent ones lives into tragic lives. These guys you mention for what ever reason were killers that night even though they didn't use a gun. If I had been there it would not have been the girls that went to the morgue that night. There have been many document cases of people being rescued from attack because of someone else had concealed carry. There was a case in an Albuquerque Walmart several years ago now.

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