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1.) Hunter - 05/23/2014
[B][SIZE=3]Robbers ignore ‘No Weapons’ sign at N.C. restaurant, assault employees at gunpoint[/SIZE][/B]


Police in North Carolina are looking for robbers who ignored a “No Weapons” sign at an eatery and brought firearms to their crime.

Employees of The Pit in Durham were assaulted at gunpoint at the gun-free zone, a local ABC affiliate reported May 19.
2.) Swamp Fox - 05/23/2014
[I]"Reader F Paul Valone wrote in the ABC News 11 comments section: “The Pit BBQ was robbed at gunpoint? Wait, that’s not possible; The Pitt posted signs prohibiting guns. We all know that armed criminals will avoid places that prohibit guns, right? Since most will miss the irony, the Pitt BBQ’s other location in Raleigh was where national gun control advocates Gabby Giffords and Mark Kelly held their meeting to have a “dialogue with gun owners”… to which no gun owners were invited.”[/I]

3.) Deerminator - 05/23/2014
4.) Jon - 05/23/2014
What percent of the population of NC can actually read though? Did anyone take that into consideration?
5.) DParker - 05/23/2014
[QUOTE=Jon;20152]What percent of the population of NC can actually read though? Did anyone take that into consideration?[/QUOTE]

Oh, snap! That's gonna' leave a mark. :lol:
6.) Deerminator - 05/23/2014
it's a valid point
7.) Swamp Fox - 05/23/2014

I know the Pit but haven't been to the one in Durham. They're getting quite a ribbing--so to speak-- around here. Some of the comments on line, especially on restaurant review sites, are pretty damn funny.

This reminds me I should have gone up there last night. Not to eat: the food's variable, over-priced and much of it is yuppified, along with the crowd--but to catch a mini-concert by a band I semi-follow. They were in the same general neighborhood, but I didn't feel like making the drive.

The Pit locations do a great business, but they're over-hyped. Maybe this will take them down a notch.

No hope of removing the signs, though. Just ain't gonna happen. NC anti-gunners are some of the most stubborn of the species. A toxic blend of transplant stupidity and home-grown liberalism.