I came across my second posted building today, besides the PO that is. When I went to pay my cable bill at Time Warner in Erie I noticed they have a new sign declaring their store to be a designated victim zone. For some reason they cite Ohio law on the sign despite the fact his store is located in PA . My guess is that the sign is whatever Ohio designates as the legal means to forbid concealed carry, since TW is based in Ohio. They then go on to state specifically that a license to carry still does not give the carrier permission to bring in a weapon. So, in addition to high prices, a lack of HD programming (I can't even get HD if I pay extra in this city) and crappy customer service they want me to check the Constitution at the door whenever I go to pay my bill?
No, I think not.
I dropped all service but the internet today as I need it for school and to maintain my sanity, but as soon as I can get DSL rigged up here I'm dropping them like a hot potato, and sending corporate headquarters a polite but strongly worded letter explaining precisely why they're losing out on $100 a month from me. Feel free to post if you have Time Warner and are going to dump them because of this, I'll send them a list and a total of the business they'll be losing thanks to this pointless policy.