Typo, or just me?

Discussion in 'Places Off-Limits' started by jccls, Feb 14, 2007.

  1. jccls

    jccls New Member

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    Is it just me, or does the following quote from this page contain a typo? I put the word that is confusing me ("not") in red:

    It sounds like it does apply to anyone conducting business while in the zone, or visiting someone who resides in the zone. Am I wrong? (That wouldn't surprise me, BTW.)

    Thank you!

    JS
     
  2. Gunstar1

    Gunstar1 Administrator

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    Not at typo...

    The 1000 ft zone around the school property basically does not exist if you are passing by a school on your way somewhere else, it does not exist if you are visiting the gas station across the street, or if visiting a friend that lives next door. If you are doing one of those things you can ignore the 1000ft rule, however you cannot ignore the actual property.

    So if you are visiting your friend next door to a school and want to walk to the gas station, and the quickest route is through school land, you must go the long way around the property.
     

  3. jccls

    jccls New Member

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    Oh, okay! I get it, now. Thanks for the explanation; I'm a bit slow sometimes.