No concealed weapon sign

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    No concealed weapon sign

    Look at the two links below

    This first one is a place to buy a sign.

    http://www.mysecuritysign.com/MPS/No...FR2zgAodpzXXWg

    The second one is a story about people using them.

    http://media.www.kstatecollegian.com...-2722356.shtml

    Here is my favorite quote from the second one.

    "Sara Van Allen, marketing manager for Manhattan Town Center, said the building is a family environment, and as such, the owners decided to ban concealed weapons in the entire mall.

    "It's for the safety of our shoppers," Van Allen said."

    Then there is this dip _hit

    "Many businesses do not have the signs up, but some said the signs might be a good idea, especially businesses with a high risk of robberies, said Kelly Unekis, clerk at Dara's Fast Lane.

    "It'd probably be a good idea since the law passed," Unekis said"


    What the heck are they smoking????
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    I don't know what they are smoking, but the word DRUGAS does not exist in spanish....OK maybe East LA Spanglish
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    Wow! That's sure to deter the scumbags. They should really feel safe now.
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    As if a criminal who is intent on commiting a Felony is going to be worried about comitting a class b Misdemeaner.

    It definately makes it safer for the thug.

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    "Many businesses do not have the signs up, but some said the signs might be a good idea, especially businesses with a high risk of robberies, said Kelly Unekis, clerk at Dara's Fast Lane."

    So Kelly do you think that the BG wont come in and rob you now that you have a sign?
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    How can we say ''short sighted'' politely but with more meaning?!

    Not here unfortunately but hey - these folks are so myopic, they'd not see an attack coming - and that attack would (yes, as we all know) be from the bad guys.

    What a surprise ... guess they might be in my described category of ''I'd rather die". Doesn't do much to help innocents within their walls tho. Some folks have real wierd perceptions of ''safety".
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    Wouldn't they be better off with a no thugs sign.

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    I don't know whether it is ignorance or stupidity, but this statement does not stand up to the reality test.

    No firearms signs protect the grounds 24/7/365 with a range of heavy-duty security signs ó ideal for a variety of organizational and business environments.
    Sign that "protect" don't exist. You might find one that can provide some concealment. You could possibly find one somewhere that could provide some cover. But you are not going to find one that provides any protection no matter how "heavy-duty" it is.

    Of course one might ask why the "grounds" need protecting in the first place.
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    They all look like 'We don't want your money' signs to me...

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    Chris pretty much sums it up for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by From the URL
    A no weapons sign issues stern visual warnings ...
    Yeah, like, go away or we shall taunt you again.

    What are they thinking. I would say you get more with a stern warning and a gun than you get with a stern warning.

    Freaking ridiculous.

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    Illustrate a serious no-weapons policy on your premises. Donít let the threat of gun incidents or violence overrun the security of your property.

    Yep, that will keep'em out Bwahahaha! I think not!
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    Don't you folks know that signs are the answer to stop crime?One look at a "NO WEAPONS' sign and criminals will run for their lives!
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    I know if I lived in Kansas I'd feel safe with a plastic sign protecting me instead of a gun.

    Is Kansas full of stupid people of what?
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    So the one that says "No Weapons allowed on Premesis" means I can't take my brain inside, guess my cash won't go in either.

    And for the "No Dangerous Weapons," what if Chuck Norris walks in there?

    Anyone that thinks a sign protects them has already left their brain somewhere else.
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