Maxwell wrote:Doesn't Six Flags fall under the Amusement Park provision/ban? And yes I know that only applies to us law abiding citizens.
(i) Subsections (b)(4), (b)(5), (b)(6), and (c) do not apply if the actor was not given effective notice under Section 30.06.
1s1k52 wrote:Whats my point to all this? both times I could have gotten a firearm in. Either in my coat they didn't even bother to search or in a shoulder holster hidden in my sweatshirt that was under my coat. Needless to say I didn't try and we all had fun both days and are safe. However, between feeling like someone could have slipped through and not seeing ANY armed personnel inside I was pretty much dissatisfied with their idea of a "safe" environment. I understand I am the idiot that chose to visit their establishment but seems to me if they are going to have security checks that are lame and pointless at least let LEGAL people carry their guns in!
DLBConductor wrote:The placebo effect doesn't work very well. The restaurant parking lot in Waco (TX), where I was almost carjacked on December 11, had signs, "This parking lot is under video surveillance." When I asked the manager for copies of the video, she said, "Oh, we don't actually have any cameras, the signs are just to frighten the BGs away." YEAH! RIGHT! THE TWO BGs WERE REAL FRIGHTENED AS THEY TRIED TO GRAB ME AND TAKE MY CAR.
I came within 2 seconds of having to decide whether or not to fire my XD9sc. Fortunately, I escaped in my car without harm and without having to fire my weapon. I told the manager that I thought posting the signs was being very dishonest with their customers.
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