Chipotle: Don’t Bring Guns Into Our Restaurants

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Chipotle: Don’t Bring Guns Into Our Restaurants

In response to an incident in which gun rights advocates brought military-style assault rifles into a restaurant, fast food chain Chipotle has announced that it will require customers to check guns at the door before entering stores. What do you think?

  • “I wish Chipotle would just tell me which weapons we can bring.”

    Martin Tyler
  • “I’m sure gun rights advocates will yield to this reasonable request with their usual civility.”

    Yvette Johnson
    Fabric Dyer
  • “But what if you’re just there to use the bathroom?”

    Allen Scinelli
    Orchestra Conductor