Our pal Elliot Fineman of the Campaign to Stop Gun Violence had something to say about what to do if you’re in a restaurant when someone arrives openly carrying a firearm. “My proposal is as follows: we should all leave,” Elliot opined on Facebook. “Immediately. Leave the food on the table in the restaurant. Leave the groceries in the cart, in the aisle. Stop talking or engaging in the exchange. Just leave, unceremoniously, and fast. But here is the key part: don’t pay. Stopping to pay in the presence of a person with a gun means risking your and your loved ones’ lives; money shouldn’t trump this. It doesn’t matter if you ate the meal. It doesn’t matter if you’ve just received food from the deli counter that can’t be resold. It doesn’t matter if you just got a haircut. Leave. If the business loses money, so be it. They can make the activists pay.” His followers had other ideas . . .