I Support The 2nd Amendment But I Gotta Draw The Line At Rocket Launcher

I'm not a right wing radical by any stretch of the imagination but I do support the 2nd Amendment. You see I come from northern Wisconsin and there are people in those areas who depend on hunting and fishing to eat. If they don't bag a deer during deer hunting season the kids go hungry. That being said, I do think there is a place we can find compromise and I think it's somewhere between a 12 Gauge shotgun and a f***ing ROCKET LAUNCHER! But that's just me. Apparently rocket launchers are cool with Subway as long as you follow social distancing guidelines as demonstrated in this video of North Carolina protestors trying to fill up on $5 footlongs.

I love how the Subway guy didn't even bat an eye when the dude walked in with a f***ing ROCKET LAUNCHER! WTF? I'm not gonna lie, I'd be freaking out. My conversation wouldn't be nearly as calm. In fact, it would probably go something like this.

Rocket Launcher Guy: "Are you guys cool with us being in here?"

Me: "No. I'm not cool with it because you're carrying a f***ing rocket launcher. If my manager walked in right now I'd be in deep sh*t"

Rocket Launcher Guy: "We don't want to make look like we're threatening or intimidating or anything."

Me: "I get that. But then why are you carrying a f***ing rocket launcher?"

Rocket Launcher Guy: "I ain't hungry but I appreciate you being open"

Me: "If you're not hungry then why did you walk in here with a f***ing rocket launcher?"

Like I said, I'm all for Constitutional rights, but now Subway has to put a "Rocket Launcher Free Zone" sign on their front door which is craziness.

But, look on the bright side. At least the Rocket Launcher Guy tipped Subway guy a hundred bucks.

PHOTO: Travis Long

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