IMO, it absolutely does. The point is NOT to 'punish' places that choose to post signs (the 'No Guns No Money' cards are for that...), but to provide reliable information to the public so they can plan their day and make informed choices about where they want to spend their time and money with a reasonable degree of accurate, complete information. I, for one, want to see every single publicly accessible prohibited place listed - irrespective of the reason they are prohibited places. To use any other metric for publication will be problematic. I agree. I want to know where I can and can't go. This may seen far-fetched but is actually becoming a reality. Google already knows where I work, live and workout and is telling me how long its going to take to get from one place to another. It reads my calendar and tells me how long its going to take to get to my appointments. Now for the hypothetical but possible reality. Lets say McDonald's is gun free and Wendy's is a prohibitionist. Since my phone knows I'm at drive-thru at McDonald's, the Posted! app should "buzz me" and ask how much I'm spending and send an email to Wendy's corporate and local store, (and other comparable prohibitionist businesses), notifying them that their policies cost them money. There is no attitude, insults, or inflated egos- just hard cold cash baby!!