Thanks, most of it blew over Central Kentucky. We got quite a bit of thunder and lightning but little to no rain out of it. The eastern counties got hit hard. A friend of mine sent me photos of his house underwater.Indeedy!
I made sure to see if you were posting after the flooding... good to know you're ok.
I live in the North GA mountains, very close to NC and SC. The accent in the video is normal around here. It's especially thick in the mountains and lessens the further down the mountain you get.He's from SC, just moved to Kentucky recently. When I first heatd him I thought it was a fake accent.
Yeah that was the part that freaked me out , thinking about opening a B&M myself , Kentucky is out , if that’s how it be there …Interesting points he makes about a B&M needing personal information. Schwab's and Straus only know me by name and still do business with me.
True I run B&M skateshop and haven’t had any problems just have my EIN # and make sure to pay my Taxes , when I talked to my distributors about starting an online thing , they were like don’t do it , too much red tape , but I can’t imagine the hell dealing with the ATF , we‘ll see I guessThe story doesn't quite add up. The sort of info he's claiming to be obligated to supply is for an online business, not a brick and mortar. Of all of the B&M's with whom I've been a walk-in customer over the years, probably a couple of dozen in California alone, exactly NONE of them has requested that information.
Online stores are a different matter, and states are requesting that information to make sure that taxes are paid on online sales.