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    Quote Originally Posted by echo_5 View Post
    +1. I can't carry at work either. So I don't ;)
    i love your signature. i have 4 daughters from 6 to 19. your, my fram of mind. my boss lets me carry and i got him and his wife to get their ccw's. i would hate to think of changing jobs.:D
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    That does suck but, we're in FL so your legally protected I guess. We're also in a right to work state and there's not much you can do to get your paycheck back if you can't pay a lawyer.

    I'd hire you if I could use the help and I encourage my employees to carry and they all do. Well, both of us do. ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by stumpjumper101 View Post
    there are a lot of us in that same boat. the fire dept which i work for has a policy of no firearms allowed in the building by employees or volunteers. not really a city policy but just a departmental policy brought up after one of the many gun totin volunteers was showin off his new toy and shot a hole in the floor. They are not so stringent as they will terminate anyone but leave that option open in case someone makes a threat. the one good thing about it is they recognize our personal vehicles as our mobile realestate and anything contained within off limits to their scrutiny.
    it's a shame that one guy has to be so excited to show off his stuff that he becomes irresponsable and shoots a hole in the floor and screws it up for everyone else... that kind of stuff just pisses me off.
    You can have my freedom as soon as I'm done with it!!!

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    to that restriction on employers. I would like to look at it.

    Been searching and can only find that KY has a law that does what you want it to.
    Reality, DEAL with IT!

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    So basically, your "employer" now has it in writting that they will be RESPONSIBLE for your safety
    Last edited by DrLewall; 02-21-2008 at 07:27 AM.
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  7. #16
    I work at a hospital. It is a "no carry" zone. That is not going to stop me. Sure I MAY be safe on the inside, but what about when I'm walking through the parking lot before sunrise in the am and after the sun sets in the pm (12 hr shifts)?? My "weapon" will be loaded and in my holster until I get inside. Then I'll unload, put it in my purse and lock it in my locker. I would rather get caught with my firearm and get fired than be mugged, raped, or shot. And THAT is my $0.02.:D
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    Well, I went in and talked to the head of development and QA today. All I said was "I guess no more lunch time range visits!" He looked kinda puzzled so I asked him if he had looked over the new companies hand book yet. After pointing out the weapons section to him he laughed alittle saying "We still going to the range for lunch tomorrow?"

    Like most of you said.... I'll just leave it at home ;) ;) :D

  9. #18
    You can try to really keep it concealed -- or change jobs or not carry. The truth is they can have a policy like that and can easily enforce it. Florida is an employment at will state. They can terminate you for any reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Memphis View Post
    That does suck but, we're in FL so your legally protected I guess. We're also in a right to work state and there's not much you can do to get your paycheck back if you can't pay a lawyer.

    I'd hire you if I could use the help and I encourage my employees to carry and they all do. Well, both of us do. ;)
    Thanks for offer Memphis!

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    Sure thing man. I'll let you know when I'm hiring and I have a shoot straight less than 5 minutes from the shop. ;^)
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