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    Change in policy - South Hill Mall, Puyallup

    It's about time....

    Weapons are prohibited except as authorized by state and federal law


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    it always gets me how people need to put up signs that say "we do not allow illegal activities!" THose activities are already illegal so banned by default. Do lawyers really try to sue places trying to say they encourage illegal activities for these stupid parts of signs to be needed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Starks View Post
    It's about time....

    Weapons are prohibited except as authorized by state and federal law

    So basically no machine guns and SBR. Status quo remains.

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    It has always been like that. People have OCed in there plenty of times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjohnson44546 View Post
    it always gets me how people need to put up signs that say "we do not allow illegal activities!" THose activities are already illegal so banned by default. Do lawyers really try to sue places trying to say they encourage illegal activities for these stupid parts of signs to be needed?
    LOL So skateboarding and loitering ARE crimes.

    I see many bumperstickers, particularly in suburban areas, "Skateboarding is not a crime," and wonder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seriona View Post
    So basically no machine guns and SBR. Status quo remains.
    Actually SBR's are legal now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by golddigger14s View Post
    Actually SBR's are legal now.
    Yeah, you're right and I knew that, I mean SBS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightmare View Post
    LOL So skateboarding and loitering ARE crimes.

    I see many bumperstickers, particularly in suburban areas, "Skateboarding is not a crime," and wonder.
    nowhere does the sign say that, nor is skateboarding a crime.

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    nor is skateboarding a crime.


    Should be, for anyone over 18. Saw a guy bring his skateboard into the bar once. Dude, grow up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deanf View Post
    Should be, for anyone over 18. Saw a guy bring his skateboard into the bar once. Dude, grow up.[/COLOR]
    I can't tell if this is seriousness or sarcasm, regardless, it makes me laugh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deanf View Post
    Should be, for anyone over 18. Saw a guy bring his skateboard into the bar once. Dude, grow up.[/COLOR]
    Depends on the skateboard. I've seen skateboards before that require a driver's license to operate. For example:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JpAJRafWukQ

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    "Wearing obscene or offensive clothing."

    1. Obscenity is illegal. Period.
    2. What is "offensive" clothing? I find this pretty offensive. But different strokes...
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    That's a new sign but not a new policy. Their old sign said the same thing. I rarely go to the mall but when I do I like south hill because they're the only mall I know of with a gun friendly policy.
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