Imagine you’re a staunch NRA member legally pack’n, in the movie house settling in for a newly released super hero movie, and lo and behold, all of the sudden an armed gunman in full Dawg-theBounty-Hunter gear is up in front of you, what might you do? What might the stranger also pack’n one row over do to you or anyone else when you do what you’ve been jonsing to do since you bought that sweet Glock? This could have gone wrong in a lot of ways. As is, since no one was hurt, do we just call it the worst publicity stunt ever conceived? Or just the worst one this decade?
ABC News Affiliate in JEFFERSON CITY, Mo — Management at the Goodrich Capital 8 Theaters is defending what it calls a publicity stunt at the movie theaters this past weekend.
During the opening weekend of the latest ‘Iron Man’ movie, a man walked into the theater in full tactical gear and carrying a fake gun. Jefferson City police and witnesses, however, are not pleased with the stunt and are questioning the theater’s logic after recent shootings in Aurora, Colo. and Newtown, Conn.
Are people really this morbidly inept? Apparently so. Goddamit, we have almost 8% unemployment, we’re particularly hurting in the jobs that pay a living wage, and these management clowns cooked this up? Red lights and clanging alarms should have flashed in the head of every single person involved over age five. If they’re still employed that should be the second set of alarms going off. Hang out an ad, see a head hunter, in this economy the line of qualified candidates to replace those bozos will stretch around the block.