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Thread: Marathon in St. Clairsville

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    Just a quick report of "nothing happening" (I love that paradoxical phrase) at a Marathon gas station in St. Clairsville.

    Stopped in on the way back home from a family get-together. I'm 99% sure the cashier noticed,but didn't mind at all. Rather, she seemed more relaxed by it, as she bemoaned the repeated hang-ups she was getting at the store... saying she knew who it was.

    I've found it interesting, in my own experience, often it seems as though OC'ing causes people to relax more than normal. Become more friendly. I don't know if it's my imagination or maybe just my sparkling personality in general.

    But here's another good report, at least!

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    I have never had a problem carrying anywhere in belmont county or monroe ... most of the ppl down there are hunters or have grown up with someone with a gun. When i wa sin school we used to get a day off for deer season.

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    JSK333 wrote:
    Just a quick report of "nothing happening" (I love that paradoxical phrase) at a Marathon gas station in St. Clairsville.

    Stopped in on the way back home from a family get-together. I'm 99% sure the cashier noticed,but didn't mind at all. Rather, she seemed more relaxed by it, as she bemoaned the repeated hang-ups she was getting at the store... saying she knew who it was.

    I've found it interesting, in my own experience, often it seems as though OC'ing causes people to relax more than normal. Become more friendly. I don't know if it's my imagination or maybe just my sparkling personality in general.

    But here's another good report, at least!
    StC ismy old stomping grounds. I used to work at the Belmont County 911 Center so I know most of the local cops. The State Troopers are about the only ones that might take offense to OC. I was back there last week for the first time in 4 years and only had the opportunity to OC once. Since Georgia doesn't have reciprocity, I had to keep my pistol in the trunk for most of the visit.



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