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    Dominos in Yakima on Mead Avenue doesnt alllow guns OC or not

    i was in dominos pizza the other day ordering pizza when manager told me to put my gun in my car and not to oc in his store.i instead canceled my ordered and walked out of the store. this is the dominos on mead in yakima by 3rd ave. im asking everyone to boycott this unamerican unconstitutional company. i say we start a list called unamerican companies and lets put the dominos on mead ave. on that list. i would love to know what you think on that.

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    Pizza Hut's better

    Is that company or manager decision to disallow OC?

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    unconstitutional company.
    Sorry. I must correct you. The 2A does't apply on private property. The 2A only restricts the conduct of government.

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    I've been boycotting Domino's for years. The box tastes better. They are fighting for their life now with their current ad campaign. Pretty much everyone agreed their pizza was crap. Remember, this is the Company that brought America the "kamikazee delivery drivers". The drivers killed how many people? At least their pizza only caused heartburn.

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    on that note, both me and Paddy have been in the Dominos in Tillicum (not the best of neighborhoods at 11pm BOTH OC and not even really got a strange look....

    Walked in together OC only two in the area (I am sure it probably looked like a bunch of crazy armed guys planning a strong armed robbery or somethign like that...)
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    Quote Originally Posted by rob535861 View Post
    unamerican unconstitutional company.
    Private property, no where in the Constitution does it say they have to allow firearms in their store. The 2nd Amend really only applies to the government.

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    anyhow, i do feel these business even private are unamerican liberal loving companies that just see it as a way to take a right of yours away. and yes i believe owning a gun is a right not some stupid liberal saying of its a privilege. so yes i feel companies that freak out on ocers or anyone who owns a gun is nothing but un american company that should be boycotted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vandal View Post
    Private property, no where in the Constitution does it say they have to allow firearms in their store. The 2nd Amend really only applies to the government.
    maybe we need to add that to the constituion.

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    Fairly certain I've OC'ed into the dominos here in Vancouver that's on Mill Plain and by the old airport; no one said anything.

    Also OC'ed into Papa Murphy's on Mill Plain and Andresen on several occasions; no one, including the employees, manager, and the parents with 3 kids, so much as smiled and nodded at me.

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    I've OC'd to Dominoes in Spokane on more than one occasion. Sounds like the managers personal preference to me.

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    I've been boycotting Domino's for years. The box tastes better. They are fighting for their life now with their current ad campaign.
    I may be in the minority here, but I think their pizza has actually improved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vandal View Post
    Private property, no where in the Constitution does it say they have to allow firearms in their store. The 2nd Amend really only applies to the government.
    Quote Originally Posted by rob535861 View Post
    maybe we need to add that to the constituion.
    Absolutely NOT! Do you want the government to say what you must allow on YOUR private property?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnarlyWino View Post
    I've OC'd to Dominoes in Spokane on more than one occasion. Sounds like the managers personal preference to me.

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    I've been boycotting Domino's for years. The box tastes better. They are fighting for their life now with their current ad campaign.
    I may be in the minority here, but I think their pizza has actually improved.
    Either that or their pizza has killed your taste buds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vandal View Post
    Private property, no where in the Constitution does it say they have to allow firearms in their store. The 2nd Amend really only applies to the government.
    Quote Originally Posted by rob535861 View Post
    maybe we need to add that to the constituion.
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    Absolutely NOT! Do you want the government to say what you must allow on YOUR private property?
    Often times we do not distinguish between 'YOUR private property', such as your home and adjoining land that is only used as your abode and private property which is purchased and owned to accommodate the public. The later includes a business and has the specific and overt purpose of opening to the public for commerce purposes. There is significant differences in these two types of private property. To ignore said differences is a disservice to America and the culture in which we live.

    When you open a business there are certain things that you as that property owner agree to with the public, local government and in some cases the federal government. One of the things is that you comply with is the notion of 'public accommodation'. Most frequently we associate this with non discrimination of those that are disabled. Another measure of public accommodation is that it is illegal to discriminate based on race, sex, etc in the course of your business. While possessing a firearm is not (yet) a protected class, I would like to extend my opinion that it will be treated as such in the future as part of the Bill of Rights.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NavyLT View Post
    Do you have citation to support that?!?
    Wasn't it their pizza that was used in all those antacid commercials?


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    Quote Originally Posted by amlevin View Post
    Either that or their pizza has killed your taste buds.
    That is possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gogodawgs View Post
    Often times we do not distinguish between 'YOUR private property', such as your home and adjoining land that is only used as your abode and private property which is purchased and owned to accommodate the public. The later includes a business and has the specific and overt purpose of opening to the public for commerce purposes. There is significant differences in these two types of private property. To ignore said differences is a disservice to America and the culture in which we live.

    When you open a business there are certain things that you as that property owner agree to with the public, local government and in some cases the federal government. One of the things is that you comply with is the notion of 'public accommodation'. Most frequently we associate this with non discrimination of those that are disabled. Another measure of public accommodation is that it is illegal to discriminate based on race, sex, etc in the course of your business. While possessing a firearm is not (yet) a protected class, I would like to extend my opinion that it will be treated as such in the future as part of the Bill of Rights.
    w0rd. There's a big difference between YOUR own property, Dominoes, and, say, Costco.

    And for the record, I don't think companies prohibiting guns are NECESSARILY being unAmerican or "liberal," I think whatever the personal feelings of the policy-setters, they're either afraid of a lawsuit if someone were hurt, or afraid of scaring away those customers who really don't like guns, who out here are a pretty large percentage. I still call BS on either scenario, I just don't think they're trying to push an agenda. Usually.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gogodawgs View Post
    Often times we do not distinguish between 'YOUR private property', such as your home and adjoining land that is only used as your abode and private property which is purchased and owned to accommodate the public. The later includes a business and has the specific and overt purpose of opening to the public for commerce purposes. There is significant differences in these two types of private property. To ignore said differences is a disservice to America and the culture in which we live.

    When you open a business there are certain things that you as that property owner agree to with the public, local government and in some cases the federal government. One of the things is that you comply with is the notion of 'public accommodation'. Most frequently we associate this with non discrimination of those that are disabled. Another measure of public accommodation is that it is illegal to discriminate based on race, sex, etc in the course of your business. While possessing a firearm is not (yet) a protected class, I would like to extend my opinion that it will be treated as such in the future as part of the Bill of Rights.
    Point taken, the Bill of Rights should extend to all people in areas of public accommodation, but we do need to be careful about how much other intrusion there is by the government on private property.

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    whatever happened to godfathers pizza. I loved thier mexican pizza. I bet the godfather would let you open carry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amzbrady View Post
    whatever happened to godfathers pizza. I loved thier mexican pizza. I bet the godfather would let you open carry.
    Only 5 left in the Puget Sound area. Bellevue area, Bothell, Bremerton, Port Orchard. I agree that their pizza was good.

    For you old-timers, does anyone remember "Pizza Pete's" and "Pizza Haven". If you went to the U-Dub back in the 60's you might. It was pretty much standard "rations" for an all-nighter. That and a "herd of Rainiers".

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    Quote Originally Posted by amlevin View Post
    Only 5 left in the Puget Sound area. Bellevue area, Bothell, Bremerton, Port Orchard. I agree that their pizza was good.

    For you old-timers, does anyone remember "Pizza Pete's" and "Pizza Haven". If you went to the U-Dub back in the 60's you might. It was pretty much standard "rations" for an all-nighter. That and a "herd of Rainiers".
    Ah, yes. The good old days! I was always a Shakey's fan myself.

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    I can almost guarantee you that pretty much any franchisees of the big 3 will be anti-gun if it gets up to them to make a decision. They are ALL about CYA and fully believe the myth that allowing guns would open them to liability.

    (This comes from personal experience and talking to drivers from competing stores).

    On the individual store level, however, I doubt most managers will care; they'll be more interested in making their numbers unless they're extremely hoplophoblic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amzbrady View Post
    whatever happened to godfathers pizza. I loved thier mexican pizza. I bet the godfather would let you open carry.
    Hmmm.... I worked in the Covington store before they closed (not a surprise - there was almost no business; some drivers were only getting around four hours a week). They didn't allow employees to carry (nor do any other large chains), but as bad as business was I don't think they'd have cared too much if customers were packing - as long as they weren't too seedy looking.

    The remaining Godfathers stores in our area are all franchises, but I don't know if they're owned by the same company or different companies. YMMV at those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knight_308 View Post
    Hmmm.... I worked in the Covington store before they closed (not a surprise - there was almost no business; some drivers were only getting around four hours a week). They didn't allow employees to carry (nor do any other large chains), but as bad as business was I don't think they'd have cared too much if customers were packing - as long as they weren't too seedy looking.

    The remaining Godfathers stores in our area are all franchises, but I don't know if they're owned by the same company or different companies. YMMV at those.
    What made Godfather's stand out when they first came to town was their not "skimping" on toppings. You got a real mouthfull when you bit into a piece. As time went on they fell victim to the same practice every business tries in order to make a few more dollars. They cut back. Thier pizza got to the same point as everyone elses.

    I have two "Pizza Joints" fairly close to my house, Papa Murphy's and Garlic Jims. When I have the time I do the "bake it myself" trip with Papa Murphy's. When I want one ready to go and don't care about price it's Garlic Jims. For some reason the Pizza Huts, Domino's, and "Pizza, Pizza, from Little C's, all taste like they came from the same can.

    One thing for sure, someone is bound to "reinvent" Pizza again and then THEY will be the Pizza that everyone wants. At least for 6 months or so.

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    I have a total addiction for All Purpose Pizza. Every week we trek to Seattle for it, and I've been OCing there for two years now. The owner is nice, the pizza is amazing, and overall I just love the place to death (likely my death from all the pizza >.>)
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    The new Domino's is pretty good. I like getting steak and banana peppers.

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