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 Post subject: Re: Owen's open carry log
PostPosted: Wed Aug 03, 2016 1:34 pm 
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Saturday we brought the family van in for recalls to Newark Toyota World service with no issues.

Then stopped by Matt Slap for some crush washers. Not sure how my Sig went with the new Subaru "love" campaign posters but not a peep was heard. :troll:

Yesterday took my boys to the park. A few teens came by later and I overheard them playing the "Is that a S&W? A glock?" game among themselves while on the swings but I didn't say anything. I was too busy busting out of "jail" so my son could recapture me. He likes playing police. 8-)

None of my neighbors or the local kids minded my Sig as far as I could tell. I think the fact that I actually play with my kids at the park puts them at ease. Just doing my part to normalize OC. :D

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 Post subject: Re: Owen's open carry log
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Had lunch with my Daughter in Wilmington (a few months ago :oops:) and the restaraunt there had no problem with me carrying. I forget the name but it was Tex Mex kindo of stuff.

Open carried around the neighbor hood while walking my kids around for halloween. One kid asked if I was a cop so I said no but no other interactions.

I bough a new Subaru. The salesman recognized the holsters on the dash and just helped me move them. I OC at Matt Slap all the time and no one says anything.

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Took my kids out shopping in Newark for D&D supplies. The fellows at 'The Days of Knights' didn't seem to have any issues with my Sig. Cool place with way too much stuff for me to spend money on. Geek heaven? :lol:

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Owen wrote:
Took my kids out shopping in Newark for D&D supplies. The fellows at 'The Days of Knights' didn't seem to have any issues with my Sig. Cool place with way too much stuff for me to spend money on. Geek heaven? :lol:


Love that store. You're not alone.. there's a ton of stuff I'd love to buy as well. We used to play D&D back in my day too. Still have my dice floating around somewhere. Dunno if you've ever seen it but Mazes & Monsters (Tom Hanks 80's) is a pretty cool rendition based off of D&D. Haven't seen it since I was a kid though. Hell's Labryrinth is pretty cool too. Not the best cinematics but not any worse than a Scyfy network original. :lol:

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Kuntryboy816 wrote:
Love that store. You're not alone.. there's a ton of stuff I'd love to buy as well. We used to play D&D back in my day too. Still have my dice floating around somewhere. Dunno if you've ever seen it but Mazes & Monsters (Tom Hanks 80's) is a pretty cool rendition based off of D&D. Haven't seen it since I was a kid though. Hell's Labryrinth is pretty cool too. Not the best cinematics but not any worse than a Scyfy network original. :lol:


I re-started playing D&D with some friends a few years back. I even have my daughter playing with us now. :)

I remember that Tom Hanks movie. I didn't like the end. That movie pushed my HS to cancel the D&D club we had created. :(

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Owen wrote:
I re-started playing D&D with some friends a few years back. I even have my daughter playing with us now. :)

I remember that Tom Hanks movie. I didn't like the end. That movie pushed my HS to cancel the D&D club we had created. :(


Didn't they make him crazy or something at the end. I remember it being sad...

That sux! I know my parents were always like, "Just remember it's a game and not real life. If you start getting carried away, you'll stop playing." We hadn't yet heard of all of the controversy and rumors about it but apparently my parents had. To us it was just a fun game to play with friends. What was even better was we used to play at summer camp @ the YWCA. They bused us down to Lums Pond during the day and we'd chill in the edge of the woods playing D&D. Fun times for sure! I remember that I had a couple of those graph paper notebooks that I'd draw layouts for different quests. Ah, the good 'ol days! 8-)

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And in D&D all the characters open carried! :troll:

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I've OC'd in DoK's before. Never an issue. [emoji847]


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