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I'm pretty sure this has been covered in various places around the board but can I get a quick-n-dirty guide from the coordinator regarding:

mode of dress
to carry or to not carry
etc.

Thanks,
 

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AeroShooter said:
I'm pretty sure this has been covered in various places around the board but can I get a quick-n-dirty guide from the coordinator regarding:

mode of dress
to carry or to not carry
etc.

Thanks,
Business casual, unless you're wearing a GCO t-shirt.
It is up to you to decide whether or not you will carry.
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AeroShooter said:
mode of dress
to carry or to not carry
Dress business casual unless you will be wearing a GCO t-shirt

As to carry...

Malum Prohibitum said:
Dan4010 said:
What is the ruling on wearing weapons????
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GCO believes that citizens of Georgia and the United States have the right to own and carry the firearm of their choice for any reason other than to commit a crime.
With that having been said, GCO neither encourages nor discourages anybody from carrying a firearm at any particular time or location, and GCO has no lawyer who has been paid to provide a legal opinion on any technicality of the law relating to this lunch. GCO assumes you are an adult that is responsible for your own conduct.
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I do not really want to be in the position of telling adults how to dress. Just bear in mind that we are meeting to hear a General Assemblyman and that press may be present. Exercise your own judgment on what sort of first impression you wish to make.

I will see you all there! :D
 

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Malum Prohibitum said:
I do not really want to be in the position of telling adults how to dress.
I WILL!!

Come on guys. It's the state rep & likely the press. Do we want to present GCO as a bunch of wankers wearing shorts & a t-shirt (even if it is a cool "membership" type t-shirt) ??

Hmmmm. NO! We want to look like respectable voters.
Wear a pair of slacks, tuck the t-shirt in, and a pair of loafers. Remember to smile, be friendly, raise your hand to ask a question (and wait to be called on!) and don't let your gun sneak out of your holster and shoot anyone. Grab an orange button while you are at it. Oh, and wear clean underwear too.

Any other questions?

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Shave, bathe, and take off your baseball cap (I post this just in case Michael Moore attends, not for you guys, whom I just assume will do all of the preceding)
 

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Sharky said:
geez this is becoming quite an issue. Slacks, no slacks, t shirts, no t shirts, Change of clothes, no change of clothes.

Whats a guy to do!

LOL (just messing around as usual)
Well, if that is you in the avatar, just ride the Harley right into the room dressed just like that!
 

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Malum Prohibitum said:
Sharky said:
geez this is becoming quite an issue. Slacks, no slacks, t shirts, no t shirts, Change of clothes, no change of clothes.

Whats a guy to do!

LOL (just messing around as usual)
Well, if that is you in the avatar, just ride the Harley right into the room dressed just like that!
:rotfl:

Yeah now that would be pretty interesting to see!!!
 

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I don't want to offend anyone but, I think someone wearing slacks and a T-shirt would look at bit... What's the best way to say this..... Dorky! T-shirts and slacks go together about as well as socks and sandals. I certainly don't want rep Bearden to get the impression that we are a bunch of goobers either. I think a GCO T-shirt (tucked in of course) and a nicely ironed pair of khaki shorts or a pair of nice jeans (not all faded out and full of holes) would present a good image as well. After all, we are all normal folks as is he and I'm sure he wouldn't look down on someone for dressing comfortably while still being presentable. I find it hard to believe that someone supportive of our cause would be that shallow.
 

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Malum Prohibitum said:
I wear khakies and T-shirts all the time. Are you trying to say I am a dork?
If the sandals and socks fit.... :exactly:

We don't need to bring the whole T.I.E. thing up again do we?
 

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Malum Prohibitum said:
I do not really want to be in the position of telling adults how to dress. Just bear in mind that we are meeting to hear a General Assemblyman and that press may be present. Exercise your own judgment on what sort of first impression you wish to make.

I will see you all there! :D
So the operative idea is to focus on projecting professional presence. Got it. (in one, I might add)
 

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Malum Prohibitum said:
I do not really want to be in the position of telling adults how to dress. Just bear in mind that we are meeting to hear a General Assemblyman and that press may be present. Exercise your own judgment on what sort of first impression you wish to make.

I will see you all there! :D
So the operative idea is to focus on projecting professional presence. Got it. (in one, I might add)
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Malum Prohibitum said:
I do not really want to be in the position of telling adults how to dress. Just bear in mind that we are meeting to hear a General Assemblyman and that press may be present. Exercise your own judgment on what sort of first impression you wish to make.

I will see you all there! :D
Understood.
 

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Malum Prohibitum said:
I wear khakies and T-shirts all the time. Are you trying to say I am a dork?
Only if you also wear white socks with your Birkenstocks.....

Or a 'message" tee shirt sorta like this one:

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