I'd be very interested in knowing Paris' stand on all of this. It's her family's business, after all. I think the more we know what Paris would do in these situations and others like it, the better off this country would be.
I try to follow Paris (and Nicky's) careers and philosophies as closely as I can.
Those girls are true Americans. God bless 'em!
Oh, yeah. I forgot...April Fool's!:danceban::spankme::wave::tongue:
Got to love FL, signs dont mean squat.
I sure would like to read Hilton's reply to that letter! But I can guess what it will be.
GREAT Letter! :yup:
OK, this might be slightly off topic, but reading this article got me to wondering...
In the shall-issue states, on average, what percentage of the local economy's "buying power" is in the hands of CHL holders? Any guesses?
In other words, if you were able to talk 100% of permit holders into boycotting certain companies or businesses, could you make enough of a dent in their profits to make them reconsider their policies?
Luckily, I notice very few "posted" signs in my area (suburbs of Seattle, WA). I would probably avoid a business that was "posted" if possible.
Its funny, here in South Dakota the first place the state says that you cant carry a firearm is a liquor establishment, then comes courthouses and schools! (priorities ya know). Other than those afforementioned places I pay no attention to "signs" (maybe I should for boycott purposes).
In Feb I had an issue with the Hilton Garden Inn chain regarding firearms in their hotel. End result was positive and confirmation that Hilton supports firearms in their hotels per the laws of the state. I was CC'ing at that hotel yesterday and today.
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