- Feb 23, 2014
- GA; (CT escapee)
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To be fair, they claim these are for weather emergencies such as tornadoes. They also claimed the maps can be found posted all over the plant, but I just took a walk around and couldn't find one located anywhere near my desk. I should brush up so I know where not to go.Wow - a blueprint for a disgruntled (ex-?)employee.
FFFFUUUUUUUU((((((((((&&&&&&&&&&&&.But no "gun free zone" sign? oh man, you're ****ed.
Do you pick the fatties or the bony ones for a shield? Always wondered about penetration depth versus hard cover with human shields.More people are killed by hammers than guns. Assuming you carry a hammer, you're already covered.
My work has a "no weapons" policy, which AFAIK is as open-ended as it sounds. I have no need to carry though because we have chain-link fences, turnstiles, unarmed security and a solid shelter-in-place plan complete with posted maps showing where to congregate. Fortunately there are many people to choose from when selecting human shields.
One of those types is harder to come by than the other. It is New England after all.Do you pick the fatties or the bony ones for a shield? Always wondered about penetration depth versus hard cover with human shields.
Wow no kidding. fish in a barrel. What do these alleged posters say?Wow - a blueprint for a disgruntled (ex-?)employee.
Won't matter, they'd still fire you. Just an HR policy and they can shit can you for whatever they want sans discriminatory factors. But, like we all say, concealed means concealed.My work policy book says "no illegal weapons."
I will not mention to them how this is actually good, and allows one to carry, if properly licensed (though I keep it unknown when and if I do).
when you're a carpenter half the things in your tool belt are weapons.
I just did the same thing a few weeks ago. Wasnt even thinking when I left the house with my 45c and when I had to get fitted went uh oh! Used the changing room and handed the misses(who is honestly afraid of guns) my jacket and the gun.. the look on her face was priceless.The other day I had to go get fitted for a tux and the guy asked me to take off my sweater so he could measure. So I told him that I needed to use his changing booth for a second. I handed it to my wife. Didn't want SWAT showing up at the mall. Would have loved to see the look on his face if I raised my shirt and exposed my gun.
Say no more...Newly hired administrator in a public school setting. No no there. Received my official target decal to attach to my back daily. No SRO at the admin building either. Officially one of the fish in the proverbial barrel. However, concealed does mean concealed