Sir, if you have ever been to Wal-Mart, you would know why it is necessary to bring a gun in. If you do not own one, go straight to the back and buy one. It's for your own protection.
@Sr5turbo, with some off the things seen in Wal-Mart, a flame thrower is more appropriate. It doubles as a sterilization measure
@a shiny haunter, fun fact you can buy flame throwers from Lowe's and Home Depot. They seek them as "weed burners" however the thing is huge and you hook a 20lb propane tank to it.
@Sr5turbo, I agree with this statement. In the words of Marie Antoinette: "LET THEM EAT GUNS!"
@Sr5turbo, I don't know about you, but I bring one to go whaling.
@Aaron Leibowitz, yes, i have purchased them before. Very usefull. They help with blacktop repair as well.
@Sr5turbo, I was on a business trip to Houston a while back and was staying at a Hilton. Wanted to confirm check-in time, so go to the app, select the hotel and look up 'hotel policies'. First thing on the list was basically:
Really, don't bring guns in to our hotel.
Don't carry one in a holster. Don't put one in your luggage. And sure as sh1t don't walk in with one over your shoulder.
Seriously NO F**KING GUNS"
I wonder how that goes down in Texas.
@Nellybert , I see that as advertising that I am not carrying. But I respect their right to not have my business. Four season don't give a fvck. I would like to ad I have never checked their policy.
@Sr5turbo, It's the first time I'd been to Texas, so I have no idea how common it is for businesses to choose a 'no guns' policy - it was a business trip, so excluding the taxi from the airport, I spent the entire damned time in the hotel or the office (which was literally the building next door). I guess that a majority of their guests are business travellers (it wasn't in a touristy part of town, ya know) who either aren't likely to be carrying, or flew in from abroad so couldn't be carrying and feel safer in a gun-feee environment. I'm not saying that a gun-free environment is safer or more dangerous, or giving an opinion on gun control, just that if (like me) you come from a country with stricter gun laws and/or fewer people routinely carrying, it can be reassuring to know that the drunk guy 2 stools down at the hotel bar probably isn't armed. Again, I'm just talking perception rather than reality - I have no idea what the statistics on that topic are.
@Nellybert , yeah, def weird that in Texas a no guns thing. Very anti-cleiche. But you hit the nail on the head. Its gun control/gun safety. In most states you can't get a concelied carry permit if you have a dui. Also, the penalities can be much more severe if you are drunk and have your gun. I guess the idea is that you are suppose to act more responcebily. But there are idiots out there. All over the globe I'm sure.
@Sr5turbo, True, there are idiots everywhere - and violent idiots will always find a way to be violent.
@Sr5turbo, WHAAAAAAATTTT??? You can buy GUNS. in a SUPERMARKET??? WHY
I think liquid in a bag makes less sense honestly.
@A Math Dealer, I imagine it's a bjtch to pour from a bag
@A Math Dealer, no no no, wait... He's got a point.
@AnonymousCrab, actually, we have pitchers made for bags of milk, and its super easy to pour from a bag.
@A Math Dealer, maybe it's different for people burdenedwithagloriousassbutt
@AnonymousCrab, little pour spout. Like the boxed wine has. Makes complete sense. Keep the air out, fresher longer. Takes less room. I wish we would adopt this practice here.
@A Math Dealer, alright here's the way I look at it, 1 gallon jug is the same price as a bag of milk which comes with three individual bags. So with that let's say you have a kid, he takes out the milk pours him self a glass forgets it's out, or you super high or drunk and leave it out. Now it's spoiled. With the gallon it's like shjt it's wasted gotta throw it out and get another jug. But with bags your like dam the failed abortion did it again but it's cool I got 2 more bags. Also on a more lazier positive my office is on the third floor and the kitchen is on the bottom floor. I know I'm not going to drink a whole jug before it goes bad and I don't want to go down stairs to get a glass of milk also I don't want to hog the milk up stairs. But guess what I buy one bag it comes in three 2 for the kitchen 1 for my lazy a55 in my office. Just a thought.
@ nigmin, OK but that still doesn't explain why the bag is better. What you're saying is that smaller quantities sold together would be better.
Have you been to Walmart?!
@SurgeonSean, Yeah there's all these crazy people with guns, really throws me off.
Some Walmarts sell guns and bullets so it's not that crazy
I bet their bread comes in a jug, too...
@EatMyAss, biscuit dough comes in a tube so why not?
My elementary school used to serve us milk in bags....
@julian0027, mine too, apparently it's pretty rare in the states though
Northern Iowa in really small towns they have bagged milk, my grandparents have it
Wait is there really milk in bags?
This was an argument a Canadian had with himself. He suffers from schizophrenia.
How do you store bagged milk?
If you are American, and had milk from a dispenser machine... guess what... it's also in a bag!
Bags of milk = Fun Bags
I do... i bring my gun on me into walmart. Because in 1776, fvck you MERICA
It's always weird to me when all the posters' names begin with the same letter.
Is milk in your amendments?? But seriously it just doesn't seem efficient. And it's easier to recycle paper cartons.
Coming from British Columbia and now living in Ottawa, yeah it's weird, they bag milk here, and yet charge the same price as cartans!!