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Unbelievable....Sad. Let's take our gun to a birthday party. Let's fight in front of our kids.
I can just imagine this idiot getting ready for his Chuck E. Cheese event:
"Let's see....gun... check...air horn... check...nunchuks...check... bottle of Jack Daniels...check ... eight-ball of Bolivian marching powder... check... ball-peen hammer... check... switchblade... check... OK kids, we're eall set! Oh, Jimmy? Did you remember to pack a couple of shivs like I told you? Things can get pretty crazy in the playland - you gotta be ready to shank any little fuckers who want to start some shit, little man."
I was at Chuck E. Cheese on Airport around 6PM on Saturday evening picking up my son from a birthday party. It's no surprise to see this story a day later as the place was packed beyond capacity when I was there Sat. There were lots of people hanging out in the parking lot. They were standing near cars and on bikes and were under no adult supervision. As I walked to my car with my young children the people hanging out were shouting obsenities at us. Sad to say the restaurant definitely could use armed security.
Not suprised. I won't allow my family near one.
I've been to that Chuck E. Cheese for kids birthday parties. It's been at least 7-8 years, though. We usually have parties at the kid's house now.
A friend and I both mentioned that we do not like Chuck E. Cheese, but we both remember Farrell's Ice Cream at Franklin Park with a lot of fondness.
Ive been to a Chuck E Cheese one time - the noise was horrendous. In an industrial situation OSHA would definately demand ear protection.
My question is, how much more noise would an air horn be? I mean, it'd be like being in a shop with an air compressor running and then someone fires up a vaccum cleaner...
Or...you could just take the kids bowling:
That place is a breeding ground for bacteria. All those kids dripping snot all over the balls and rides, etc. That place must be funded by drug companies. Go there, get sick, buy a bunch of medicine.
found this on Drudge - once again Toledo goes national for crime.
i avoid and will not let my children attend places "with a low IQ". i don't care what my kids friends are doing - i don't want my kids exposed to trash and thugs.
how much more noise would an air horn be?
It depends. Most are not air horns, but are actually powered by freon. The most common use is in boating, where the portable air horn is used on a sailboat as a substitute for the horn on a powerboat. The sound will carry for miles across the water.
Setting off an air horn inside a Chuckie Cheese would likely startle the occupants into complete silence while the fillings in their teeth settle down. The thing is so loud that ear drums might be broken from the noise if the horn is pointed at someone.
Personally, I don't much blame Javon Jude for pistol whipping Ricky Luster. Jude's only mistake was not getting away soon enough.
I was in a "Chuckiecheeze" once-years ago. That place is an abomination, in every sense of the word. What was truly amazing to me was the amount of idiots who took their children there. There were more "adults" there than children. I would think someone, either patron OR worker would have sued their asses out of business by now, but probably most potential jurors go there, too.
When I was a child, these places were cool. Granted, that was back in the 1980s. It is depressing to see how far they have fallen.
Did you ever go there? I made the mistake of going with my brother, whos' son had a birthday party there. It was one of the most miserable times out I ever had!
Guns, airhorns, and pizza go together like peas and carrots.
You might like this, it seems very appropriate.