So, I have been reading through here and other places a lot lately, and I have a question to pose to the community here. Two businesses located in GA: 1.) Intel 2.) Carmike Cinema Entering #1 armed, someone tells you that you can not be there armed, and asks you to leave. If you do not, then you will be guilty of criminal tresspass. This is a given, as it is private property. Entering #2 armed, someone tells you that you can not be there armed, and asks you to leave. Well...this is still private property, but this business is open to the general public. If the business opens its doors to the general public, is it not considered a public accommodation? If that is the case, then how is it that they are able to make you shed your rights upon entrance? I'm not saying that I would ever push the issue, or that I would agree with either answer. It is a question based solely on theory. However, the way I understood things to be is that...one doesn't shed constitutionally guaranteed rights when entering an accommodation even if it is on private property. References: http://www.eeoc.gov/facts/adaqa2.html http://www.ada.gov/reg3a.html#Anchor-36104 Edit: Poor example for #2...corrected this.