The other Disney security thread prompted me to post something that I heard just a few days ago, when I was at Epcot. I was hanging out at the back entrance, waiting to meet family walking from our room at the Beach Club, and making small talk with the security guys there. I asked one how his day was going, and he replied, "oh, it's been a day of bozos" or something to that effect. He proceded to tell me that he had a guy come to his entrance and ask where he could check his gun. Before I could ask what he thought was wrong with that, he then said they had a guy at the main entrance caught trying to sneak a gun in at the bag check. When he was told he couldn't bring it into the park, he went into full 2A a-hole activist mode (my words, not his), trying to get in anyway and saying that it was his Constitutional right. Well, the sheriff's department is always right there, and they hauled the guy to their cell they have at the entrance and locked him up for trespassing because he wouldn't leave when asked. Apparently, it was quite a scene at a very busy time where a lot of people became quite concerned that a MWAG was agitated and arguing with security and LEOs. Who knows if it will end up on Youtube. Now, I think that guy might have influenced the guards perception of the guy simply asking to check his gun at the entrance, but it was interesting to me to see that apparently this isn't something they deal with frequently. I honestly would've thought that both situations would be at least common enough not to be mentionable when asked "how was your day."