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Keep your powder (and pants) dry

Chris Wage:

Iím sorry, but Iím not seeing the case for pants-wetting panic.


Iím not a ďgun nutĒ. Iím not a Republican. Iím not a conservative. Iíve never owned a gun. I donít own a gun now, and I have no particular interest in owning a gun. I also agree that guns and alcohol donít mix. None of these positions is required to believe that private citizens are capable of making decisions on their own, or to see that this legislation will have very little real impact

Also, he notes an interesting bit about who can really know whether you can carry your weapon inside many places and asserts that the restaurant owners could do that. Yes, they could. But, then, when an establishment determines that it is a place off limits to handgun carry permit holders by law, that establishment may also be admitting that it’s not in compliance with liquor laws.

BTW, I thought Chris stopped blogging. Glad to see I was wrong.

4 Responses to “Keep your powder (and pants) dry”

  1. Les Jones Says:

    See, Chris, this sort of open-minded rejection of hysterical nannystatism is why you’re not welcome on

  2. SayUncle Says:

    is he banned there too?

  3. Les Jones Says:

    Nah, they just got a whiff of him and accused him of being a Republican. Chris Wage. A Republican.

  4. Chris Wage Says:

    The rumors of my blogging cessation and republicanism are both greatly exaggerated.. ūüôā

    I didn’t stop blogging, I just had a few years of distraction by women and, uhm, twitter?

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