Dave and Busters, an American-style entertainment and restaurant chain with several locations in the United States, opened its doors yesterday after closing them in December due to a norovirus outbreak. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 48 people reported becoming ill after they ate at or visited one of the facilities in six states during October and November last year. The outbreaks left 19 people hospitalized, including one child under age 13; nobody died as a result of their illness.
The dangers of 3D guns
3D guns aren’t a new idea—they’ve been around for years, used by people with more technical know-how than money. But now that blueprints are available online, it’s become easier than ever to create one. And most experts agree: 3D guns can be quite dangerous. While they don’t have serial numbers or require background checks, their weapons can still fire real bullets at real speeds; in some cases, they may even be able to pierce bulletproof vests depending on what materials were used to make them.
The dangers of a public shooting
When an incident like what happened in Virginia Beach happens, it’s important for business owners to think about how to protect themselves. Public venues are at a high risk of violence; without proper precautions, their liability can skyrocket. If you operate a business that draws large crowds, there are some steps you can take to improve your security measures—and chances of survival should tragedy strike. First off, update your safety plan regularly. Think about where weapons could be hidden (the bathroom? The parking lot?) and train employees on how to deal with an active shooter situation. After all, when something does happen, seconds count: Over 90% of gun deaths occur within three minutes of a shooting onset. Second: Get insurance specifically targeted toward public venues.
3D Guns are still not accessible enough
For one, technology simply isn’t advanced enough yet to make 3D printed guns particularly reliable. There have been a few cases where 3D printed guns fire, but it doesn’t happen very often. Even with these limitations, however, an argument can be made that manufacturing these weapons is still unsafe for society. Criminals are more likely to use them than law-abiding citizens because there aren’t as many legal barriers in place for criminals.
How safe is dave and busters?
Dave & Buster’s is a popular entertainment spot that includes restaurants, bars, arcades, bowling alleys, billiards halls, mini-golf courses, etc. It’s an exciting concept for those looking to have fun with friends or family members in one location. But how safe is Dave & Buster’s? Are there some safety precautions to be aware of? What should you do if someone gets injured while playing at Dave & Buster’s? Here are some suggestions
Are you more likely to get shot at home or at dave and busters?
No matter what you think about guns, there’s no question that kids and safety go hand in hand. Yet, here we are again: another tragic shooting at a school. I have no desire to dive into a debate over gun control or share my opinions on whether guns should be regulated more strictly. There are people on both sides of that argument who believe they know what’s best, but we can all agree that there is an appropriate way to store a firearm in your home. It seems as though America is being torn apart by news stories surrounding accidents involving firearms; it’s time for us to look at how we can prevent tragedies like these from happening again.
The danger of guns in America.
Dave & Buster’s, America’s destination for arcade games, food, and entertainment, is reopening its Gurnee location today at 5pm. The restaurant had to be shut down last month after police found a loaded firearm at a diner’s table. This prompted officials to examine security practices to make sure something like that never happens again. Those procedures are put into place immediately with new rules: Customers can bring their own guns as long as they aren’t concealed weapons or loaded. However, every person entering will go through a metal detector before being granted entry into Dave & Buster’s facilities.