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@ChipotleTweets @ChipotleMedia difficult to eat a burrito AND secure your weapon. #BurritosNotBullets pic.twitter.com/eJwpVCRYKG— Lana Koga (@KogaLana) May 19, 2014
@ChipotleTweets @ChipotleMedia difficult to eat a burrito AND secure your weapon. #BurritosNotBullets pic.twitter.com/eJwpVCRYKG
Looks like fun! Nobody running away or locking themselves into freezers. In fact it looks like business as usual. Nothing to see here, move along.
Yeah, sure. Keep whistling in the dark. The restaurant chain responded almost immediately to overtures from sensible people.
Do you think a 20 something bad guy would be quick enough to grab one of those guns before the old man (who is not keeping his eye on the guns) could stop him? Maybe some child could hang over the booth seat (as they are known to do) and do something disastrous before the old guy (not keeping his eyes on the guns) could prevent it.Aren't those guns propped upright liable to fall and go off? You know like the idiot who dropped her gun in the coffee shop and shot another customer in the leg.Gun owners don't treat the care of their weapons serious enough, or we wouldn't have all these incidents with gun injuries, gun deaths, or lost and stolen guns. They can't be trusted with a deadly weapon.
Yes, only gun-rights fanatics could possibly defend such behavior as that.