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We told the manager that we wished to receive a full refund and we would not be returning to the theater in the future. We ended up going to a shopping mall that has a theater inside and we were able to see our movie without being asked to leave . However I don’t see that happening anytime soon because most people are too lazy to take a stand.He said nothing, and we were given our refunds with no further problems . I sent an e-mail to Cinemark Corporate to inquire as to their policy on firearms.She states that to a large extent the deceased had supported her financially.He gave her R5000 per month in order to cover household necessities and would deposit money into her account whenever she needed it.He also provided her with petrol money from the law firm’s account and paid for her car maintenance.
Manager: Okay come with me We followed the manager up to the ticket counter and he showed us this small cardboard sign that said “NO FIREARMS ALLOWED” at the very bottom. This is indeed the slight inconvenience we put up with, but I really feel if enough people got behind this “no guns = no money” that businesses would change their policies real quick.
The ban hadn’t escape the attention of some of Cinemark’s law-abiding, gun-toting customers—even before last night’s homicidal frenzy. A friend and I decided to go see Law Abiding Citizen [in Anchorage Alaska] after attending a local 2nd Amendment organization Banquet.
Make the jump for the story of a Cinemark patron ejected from the cinema for Open Carrying [via defensivecarry.com] . We were already open carrying from the Banquet so we didn’t bother putting on our jackets.
She also worked on a voluntary basis at Fine Music Radio as a newsreader, programme compiler and presenter.
Once a year, the deceased would travel to the United States to visit his three major children and grandchildren and on one occasion she accompanied him.
The first respondent (Mrs Robinson) contends that the survivor of a stable permanent relationship between two persons of the opposite sex who had not been married to each other during their lifetime, but nevertheless lived a life akin to that of husband and wife, should be afforded the same protection that is afforded to the survivor of a marriage under the provisions of section 2(1) of the Act.