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"Not venomous at all. I'm trying to point out to you that William K. Kirk, attorney at law, is selling you a pig in a poke.
Everything he said is true, but he chose to not address the statute itself."
The title of the video is: "Can I Carry a Firearm on a College Campus in Washington State?"
Color: I have to admit that I am very surprised by the venom that is coming across in your posts.
I have never had a problem with you in the past.
Maybe your point of view is different than mine because you did not watch the entire 11 minutes?
And, perhaps, we wanted different information from...
Amateurish? Naw... its just that while I am on campus, I represent the company I am working for.
And I do not want to be a 'test case' while in that role.
I am surprised to learn, in your ad hominem attack, that I "have not learned anything" in the last nine years.
If that is true, then I must...
I propose a test.
U of W does not allow firearms at all.
Next time I have to visit the University of Washington, I will invite you to go along with me during my activities on campus.
You will be welcome to open carry, in defiance of the WAC, and you will be free to explain to any enforcement...
The video accomplishes its intended purpose.
I find myself, in various capacities, on most of the campuses in the course of a year.
It is convenient to have all of the relevant codes in place for a cursory review.
I found it a valuable overview.
This approximately 11 minute youtube video is a very good, concise review of the topic by William Kirk with washingtongunlaw.com.
The video explains who can and cannot carry on the various campuses.
Despite the numerous grammar, spelling and logic errors in your post;
Your post, a fine example of the "Ad Hominem" fallacy, proves my point.
CJ4wd: Race and Jonny are fine, as is Bandit; all wish you well. :)
I have heard that some churches operate a Day Care / Child Care Center during the week.
I do not know of any personally.
This new addition appears to apply only to "licensed" Child Care Centers:
(1) It is unlawful for a person to carry onto, or to possess on, licensed child care center...
Prohibition of carry of firearms extended to Day Care Centers.
Includes BB guns, tasers and "other dangerous weapons".
There are some exceptions:
There was a time, a few years ago, that this website seemed to be overrun with malcontents and trolls.
I backed away for a while.
Even though I have not been posting here,
I have been working in the background on several cases in the Pacific Northwest.
I have attended City Council...
The Judge ruled that the plaintiff did not have standing because he did not actually purchase a ticket and was not actually refused entry at the time the doors were open for entry.
As you may recall, the plaintiff merely arrived early to check to see if the venue would let him in with his...
We lost this round:
"the plaintiff's motion for Declaratory Judgment and Injunctive Relief is DENIED"
The plaintiff is considering whether to appeal.
Broadcast during the 6pm new hour.
Citations are provided in the article.
Below is a list of the Public Facilities Districts in Washington state:
Asotin County Public Facilities District
Benton County Public Facilities District
Clark County Public Facilities District
Cowlitz Public Facilities District
Edmonds Public Facilities District
Everett Public Facilities...
I need a quick list of the places, in Washington state, that used to forbid carry, but due to our efforts, now allow carry.
Arenas, stadiums and convention centers is most helpful, but parks, etc. will work too.
Can the reader help?
In earlier posts, I explained my understanding of the purpose of the 2nd Amendment.
(Please forgive my English; it is mediocre at best, and only one of six languages that I have known and / or studied.)
My current understanding is that, basically, the second amendment provides a legal means to...
In an earlier post, here, I alluded to the Magna Carta as being in the minds of our founding fathers when they wrote the 2nd Amendment.
That begs the question: "What is the Magna Carta?"
Enormous parts of the below are copied either in whole, or in part, or are paraphrases of, or inspired by...