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    Just got back from dinner at TGIFriday's.

    Shortly after we were seated, a group of folks, with infant in tow, were seated directly across from us. Given our relative positions, the 'grandmother' of the child was seated facing my strong side across her table. I thought for SURE I was going to hear a 'squawk', but nary a word was said.

    We dined and left without incident.

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    We had dinner at Newport Bay tonight, almost went to TGIF's though. That would have been funny to bump into you there. Anyway, no problems OC'ing at Newport Bay.


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    Went to Applebee's in Everett on Everett Mall Way, about a block and a half from the "cop shop" and OC'd for a good hour there sitting on the end of the table with my strong side on the aisle.

    Nothing said, though someone must have noticed, especially the manager and/or wait staff that kept passing by.
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    Friday, 3 counties in one day.

    Started at Mcdonalds in Marysville (on the Res, which made me a little nervous) then the chevron station.

    Drove to the Wooldridge boat factory, walked all over the place.

    Drove to Marys' pistols in Tacoma, bought a Hi Standard "Victor" and some 7.62x39 for the Yugo. Off to my sisters house and then another gas station. Back to Wooldridge to pick up the boat. Then up to the Underwater sports on 99 to shop there.

    Not a comment all day except my sister mentioned "that's not very well concealed" and she was kidding. I was surprised to hear Dan (or Dave?) at Marys' say "don't tell me you have to have a CPL to carry in your car??"

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