Re: Damme! Damme! ... OUCH!

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Posted by Clabert on March 16, 2000 at 13:24:43:

In Reply to: Re: Damme! Damme! ... OUCH! posted by NightSky on March 16, 2000 at 11:36:45:

: : : Well, on our FIRST trip to the Gathering way back when; driving around Asheville, we found a post office that actually had a huge sign posted on the front door of the place: a universal "NO" (circle with the red slash) and behind it was the outline of a gun....now I tell you; how often does one need to be reminded NOT to bring a gun into a post office?????
: : : (But if the "other guys" sneak them in (ha, ha!) Maybe that is why this decal....talk about postal....)

: : : They do things differently in North Carolina...

: : : Jo

: : Hi Jo:

: : They do things differently in Georgia too!

: : Years ago my company did a study for a city transit system in Georgia. One of the study’s recommendations was that the bus drivers leave their guns at home rather than bring them along while driving their buses. The study also recommended that the bus drivers be sober while on the job.

: : O'Goody McSandy

: Ladies, ladies! Here in the South, we even have those signs on the doors to the elementary schools. I thought everyone had to be reminded on occassion.

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This is all true down here in Texas also. Soon after the "Right to Carry" was passed, these signs started popping up everywhere. So how can people like me protect them, if they won`t let me carry my firearm inside with me? You know how them there postal workers can get. I put a sign up in my yard with a big red circle/slash around a mail carrier. There! That`ll fix`um.

Clabert


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