Greatness lies not in being strong, but in the right use of strength - Henry Ward Beecher
Baby sister, I was born game and I intend to go out that way - Rooster Cogburn
Car drivers who take their cars into public buildings to kill people are very much seen negatively.
It's all part of the "Me! Me! Me!" generation who presume that their rights trump everyone else's. My car! My gun! My phone! I want them I'll have them where ever I go!
Phones as well as guns have no place in such a venue. Why do you need to check email in an entertainment room? Why is it even turned on? You and the hundreds of others have paid to be there to see the show. All of it. The woman was right to complain and should have called a manager to tase you out of the building until you attained a level of social awareness such that you were tolerable in the company of humans.
I love the smell of face-palm in the morning!
"You ain't no Muslim bruv!"
And there are just as many rules for 'using' a gun safely in public as there are for traffic safety. At least comparable. So attempting to create some distinction here is more foolish, IMO.
All that matters is public safety, right? Isnt that the issue with guns, concealed carry? It's hypocritical in the face of the deaths and injury every single day by vehicle.
Again...what's your point? I am more in danger EVERY single day from a teen with a cell phone than a person with a gun.