A foot soldier sent me this video of some roaming gun rights dude (who first calls it Sioux Falls, Minnesota) and reveals some interesting rules about carrying weapons in public buildings in South Dakota. As far as I know, he was correct in his assessment, you can’t legally carry into courthouses, schools or the capital building, but all other public buildings are free game. I have often told the city council that Carnegie Hall is a dangerous place because they don’t limit firearms, and as we saw in this video just filmed a few weeks ago, apparently you can bring them into public health facilities.

Oh, and Mr. Filling In security guard . . . WOW!

6 Thoughts on “‘I’m just filling in.’ (H/T JR)

  1. "Very Stable Genius" on December 29, 2020 at 9:27 pm said:

    He’s dressed like Floyd R Turbo from the old Johnny Carson skits:


  2. anonymous on December 30, 2020 at 1:13 pm said:

    I just gave up 17:47 minutes of my life that I can never get back watching this.

    Enlighten me: What was this guy’s point?!

    He revealed his IQ when he thought he was in Sioux Falls, MINNESOTA.

  3. "Very Stable Genius" on December 30, 2020 at 2:39 pm said:

    I’ve heard of Sioux Falls, Iowa, but not Minnesota. That’s a new one. Most likely an outer stater trying to cause trouble. And his cousin probably runs the local Proud Boys chapter over there in Luverne, South Dakota, too.

    But ponder on this one for a moment, when Minnesota first petitioned to become a state and failed in their efforts, the western boundary for Minnesota was supposed to be the Sioux River. The Empire Mall would have never happened then, because the Western Mall would have been tax free. #WhatIf

    ( and Woodstock adds: “Wow!”…. “If the Sioux River had been the boundary, then South Dakota wouldn’t have had to have waited 160 years to just be an other ‘Red Wyoming'”…. #SDw/oMinnehaha #Yikes! )

  4. "Very Stable Genius" on December 30, 2020 at 2:48 pm said:

    Oh, and they plowed my avenue today. Thanks! But what happened to the snow gates? #PreHuetherStandards

  5. You can carry in government building unless it is posted on the premise that you cannot, so local governments can decide. Federal buildings no. Public universities yes, but youth schools no. State capitol yes but with 1 week notice and approval.

  6. Fear & Loathing in Sioux Falls on January 2, 2021 at 1:30 pm said:

    The guy who is always reading the ethics book, or one who knows where to carry. Two problem signs.

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