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Thread: Not quite a Unicorn but close

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    So I stopped off at burger-master for dinner tonight. As usual all the employees are very friendly not even giving my gun a second glance. After finishing my dinner I was cleaning my tray into the garbage can and another customer was standing nearby with his friend.

    Customer: So, I see you are exercising your right to open carry.

    Me: Yep

    Customer:Section 24 of the Washington state constitution.

    Me: You got it.

    Customer: Good for you.

    I was a little shocked, don't often run into someone who is openly supportive and it certainly made my evening. Still haven't run into any unicorns but this was pretty close.



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    I sometimes call almost-unicorns "Sasquatches", since they are "almost real"

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    Which Burgermaster was that?
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    Everett, just off evergreen way.

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    Ahhhh forgot where you live. Thanks. I am in N. Seattle and there is one about a mile from my house. Thought it might be that one.
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    We could call it an "honorary" unicorn sighting. Sort of like people get honorary doctorates from universities; they don't do the work, but they still get the title... This guy was definitely more educated on the subject than most people, and even though he wasn't open carrying, we could still call it a unicorn.

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    The fact that he knew the Section of the WA Constitution I think makes him a unicorn by itself. I mean, not even all OC'ers know that the RKBA is Section 24.
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