Movie theater that serves beer

Discussion in 'Places Off-Limits' started by gsusnake, Apr 27, 2007.

  1. gsusnake

    gsusnake Token Liberal Hippie

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    The Carmike 12 in Statesboro has a single auditorium on one end of the building called "Mugs and Movies" that offers full-service dining, including (cheap) beer, all while you watch a movie.

    I know it's illegal to carry while inside that auditorium, but what about the other 11?
     
  2. ptsmith24

    ptsmith24 New Member

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    I could see how that's considered part of the same building of a business that serves alcohol. You could always call the Sheriff or Probate Court. They've been helpful to me thus far. I haven't called asking about specific laws, but I had a great experience obtaining my GFL.

     

  3. gsusnake

    gsusnake Token Liberal Hippie

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    But you can't leave Mugs with a drink.

    Trust me, I've tried... the time my ex dragged me to the theater to see some God-awful movie that I wanted to be WASTED before I sat through...
     
  4. ptsmith24

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    I'd call the Sheriff or Probate like I said. If you do, let us know what they say. I was looking for a Case Law, but I couldn't find anything about what you're talking about...
     
  5. gsusnake

    gsusnake Token Liberal Hippie

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    Better yet, next time I see Dr. Deloach (tonight at work, probly) I'll ask him to ask the probate judge for me.

    They're all freakin' related... I think the probate judge is his brother...
     
  6. ptsmith24

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    Yea, it's Statesboro, I believe it.
     
  7. gsusnake

    gsusnake Token Liberal Hippie

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    Everybody here is named Deloach, Mikell, or Nesmith.

    Half the Deloachs are successful (Deloach's Music, Dr. Deloach, Snooky's, the probate judge, the superior court judge) and the other half are trailer park trash.[/url]
     
  8. Bulldawg182

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    While I don't profess to know the correct answer, it would seem logical that this is no different than carrying in a mall which certain probate judges have decided do NOT constitute a public gathering. Yet, show me one mall which doesn't contain a restaurant that serves beer?
     
  9. Malum Prohibitum

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    I wouldn't.
     
  10. Mastino177

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    Deep concealment and/or really small rig. 642 or P3AT, etc.

    Smart Carry.
     
  11. ptsmith24

    ptsmith24 New Member

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    Why not?
     
  12. Malum Prohibitum

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    Because they are unlikely to have studied the issue, but don't seem to care much about giving you a completely uninformed opinion anyway.
     
  13. ptsmith24

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    True.

    Haven't movie theaters generally been considered public gatherings? Is that the general consensus?
     
  14. Rammstein

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    Yeah. They are likely to tell you anything with more than two people is a public gathering.
     
  15. GeorgiaGlocker

    GeorgiaGlocker Romans 1:16

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    I don't think movie theaters are public gatherings since you have to pay a fee to enter the movie theater. Am I wrong?
     
  16. Rammstein

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    I am gonna say that whole theater is a PG.
     
  17. Malum Prohibitum

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    http://www.georgiapacking.org/caselaw/statevburns.htm

     
  18. ptsmith24

    ptsmith24 New Member

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    so... just go at noon when no one is there?
     
  19. jgullock

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