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My buddy is a bartender down there and said the same...its fine all day until night. But I'd be impressed if you could get in after 9 on the weekend. Usually has a line around the block.

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Wil-e-coyote always mail ordered from them. I don't know.

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We were just there a few weekends ago. I knew we would be partaking of adult beverages, so I didn't carry, and so I didn't pay a lot of attention to any postings. For some reason I seem to recall a sign at their entrance that said no guns OR KNIVES. I don't recall if the sign was a legal posting or not. We didn't go there at night since I wanted to visit a few other places, but we went there for breakfast the next morning. They definitely did not do a patdown or wanding.

 

Speaking of knives, I always carry a pocket knife. I don't even think about it, it's just natural for me to grab keys, wallet and knife no matter where I am going. That weekend we went to the Titans game, and I brought my knife. We get to the entrance and there is a sign that says no guns or knives. I knew they would probably confiscate it and never return it, so I walked out to the parking lot and found a nice little place to drop it. I figured maybe someone would find it, but it was a goner for sure at the gate. To my wife's amazement, it was still there after the game.

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My first thought after reading the title was, why would they wand people going into a seed and feed store?

 

I haven't seen many seed and feed stores that are open that late and that have bouncers but then again I'm from east tn.

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My first thought after reading the title was, why would they wand people going into a seed and feed store?

I haven't seen many seed and feed stores that are open that late and that have bouncers but then again I'm from east tn.


Same here. Nashville must be getting pretty rough these days...

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My first thought after reading the title was, why would they wand people going into a seed and feed store?

I haven't seen many seed and feed stores that are open that late and that have bouncers but then again I'm from east tn.


Thank you, probably the best laugh of the day!

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My first thought after reading the title was, why would they wand people going into a seed and feed store?

 

I haven't seen many seed and feed stores that are open that late and that have bouncers but then again I'm from east tn.

 

You obviously haven't seen the prices for feed corn lately. With what they're charging, armed guards will soon replace the bouncer. :jester:

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