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    Hey REVMAN: Remember we live in a state that has bigger things to worry about like the Country of Argentina, Steve Spurrier, and Dabo Swinney. Perhaps someday they will "fix" this abortion of the english language and understand, at least as far as I am concerned, one of the most obvious reasons for me, at least, to be CC is after an evening dinner walking to my car at 10PM with my wife after having had, perhaps a glass of wine or maybe a beer with my meal in a 100% restaurant with no bar area or a restaurant with a separate bar area. Just seems there is a distinct difference between downing a few in a bar and having dinner in a fine restaurant. Certainly, in any case, limited drinks that can pass something that is or less than DUI limits is a given, with much more severe penalties associated with CC than DUI. I would consider having a firearm on your person to be a more dangerous in a very direct and overt way than getting behind the wheel of a car.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mic View Post

    One thing I can say they did right in Washington is the wording, state law says "unlawfully to carry in any area off limits to persons under the age of 21", this includes the adult section of restaurants and bars
    Except this wording wouldn't work in Michigan because people under age 21 are allowed in bars until 9PM.
    Interesting too, would the under 21 rule apply to adult movie theaters or book stores?

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