My wife and I went to see a movie last night at the local Regal Cinema and got to experience the absolute joke of their new "security policy", which consisted of a "no guns allowed" sticker on the door and teenage girl sitting in the ticket booth asking all the women in the line to open up their purses for inspection. When my wife's turn came, she didn't empty it out, rearrange anything, or even open it wide enough to see into the bottom, and the girl made nothing more than a cursory glance from behind the glass of the booth. All in the name of "keeping patrons safe." My wife politely asked the girl why it was that only the women were being subjected to this search and that men were not being asked to empty their pockets. The girl replied that "any man who brings a purse or bag in will also be asked to open it." OK, so let me get this straight. Regal Cinemas wants us to believe that the way to prevent a psycho from shooting up a theater is to ask the women who are waiting in line to open up their purses for a half-assed "search" by an unarmed teenage girl sitting in a ticket booth. Do they actually think the public is that stupid? And do they actually think the general public will accept the blatant sexism of a search that only women are subjected to? When the "search" was over, my wife and I proceeded to enter the theater...she with 2 bottles of water and some candy hiden in the bottom of her purse and me with a concealed Glock 26 and a spare mag clipped to my belt. Heckuva system ya got there, Regal!