Alongside Night Clubs and “Hooka Bars”, malls have become a place where violence is the rule rather than the exception. My fear is that the predators start showing up early to pick on the Senior walkers, common in the early hours. Possible easy pickings that they can’t let go by. Hopefully they will still be in bed after a long night of crime.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

9 thoughts on “Malls are just a watering hole where roaming predators go hunting”
  1. I’m sorry, but I haven’t been to the mall in years. There’s nothing there I need or want.

  2. The Big Bright Beautiful Deptford Mall. (I used to live near there.)

    It was a nice concept having many stores together indoors, especially with good food courts. We liked to go by ourselves and with our sons when they were young.

    It’s a shame that a few bad actors have to ruin it, especially in a no-carry state like NJ.

  3. The only big mall around here is dying. The only thing in there I want to go to is the Barnes & Noble. (Last brick and mortar bookstore for quite a ways around. It’s unfortunate that the experience of shopping there is “reliably disappointing”).

    Anyway, searching Google on the name of the mall + shooting, brings up pages of hits.

    IL compliant gunbuster sign on the door (but not on B&N 🙂 ).

  4. I stopped caring about what happens in states run by Democrats. The people there have the government that they have voted for for decades. They must WANT to live like that.
    As for Florida? If that happened to me here, the first couple get a face full of pepper spray. Anyone who still wants some after that gets shot.

    1. I’m shocked that the appearance of a petite female security guard appears to have deescalated that situation! Perhaps she’s was a police officer, but I’m still shocked!

  5. I don’t carry pepper spray. but I do carry either a 45 colt or the 9mm sig sauer. depends on the weather and the level of stupid I might be facing.

    1. Normal stupid P365 Sig. F-ing stupid P94 Ruger. Suicidal stupid long guns. All legal in texas.

  6. I still like malls, but then again, I’m a child of the 80s and 90s when the mall ruled. There are good ones today, but they require good policing and enforcement of rules.

    As for this situation, once the boys went into the women’s bathroom, all bets are off and violence becomes acceptable.

  7. Indoor Malls were invented here in Minnesota with Southdale Mall in Edina MN to deal with the winters and summers both.
    Southdale opened in 1956 and was Beautiful. I do not think it will make the 75th Anniversary mark. The “Anchor” Department stores are all a dying segment. I think Southdale had four; Daytons. Donaldsons, Montgomery Ward (or Sears?) and Penneys. Donaldsons (and Powers) became Carson Pirie Scott, then something else that died. Dayton became Marshall Fields, then that became Macys. Penneys and Wards just died, like Sears and Kmart are now doing slowly.

    The current Southdale “anchor stores are Macy’s, Dave & Buster’s, AMC Theatres, Juut Salon Spa, Hennepin Service Center, and Life Time Athletic” per Wikipedia. One Department store left, Macy’s, and they already closed half the Macys in Minnesota BEFORE COVID.

    Malls? It is hard to relax and shop when you have to keep your head on a swivel.

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