Last week was a bugger! Nothing like seasonal allergies turn into an infection and then feel like the flu to hold you down. Thanks to those of you who checked on me.
I see that while I was gone the discussion over property rights continued. Randy, I don't think we will convince each other. My point is that if you allow my vehicle on your business property, you must allow what is in the car as well (assuming it is a legal product). I don't think you can, or should be allowed to pick and choose as to what you allow in the car. If you want to disallow certain things that might be in the car, then I believe you must disallow the entire car. My vehicle is a little cocoon of "my property" that I control. Allow all of it or none of it. I agree that a business owner has the right to not allow my vehicle on his property, as long as he treats everyone else with a car the same. But if he gives up his superior right and allows me to park on his property, he also gives up his right to control what is in my car. If he doesn't want to give that up, he should not allow my car at all.
In other news;
I'm in the market for a shotgun for my middle son. He's 13, and needs one of his own. He's been using various ones that we borrowed; everything from a Spanish side by side, to Remington 870's and 1100's. I'm weighing options such as new versus used, 12 versus 20 gauge, pump versus auto, and of course various brands. Throw in a lot of combination's of the formers and you can see it's a lot to consider. I value opinions and thoughts of the readers so tell me what you think.