So Glad My Kid No Longer Delivers Pizzas: St. Louis MO SD shooting.

This is a discussion on So Glad My Kid No Longer Delivers Pizzas: St. Louis MO SD shooting. within the In the News: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Originally Posted by P95Carry Anyone with a legal and valid CCW should be able to carry doing that type of job - heck - might ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by P95Carry View Post
    Anyone with a legal and valid CCW should be able to carry doing that type of job - heck - might as well be working for Brinks the way BG's might look at finding an easy score.

    It might be one thing for Dominoes to not allow carry ''in house'' - but the poor guys out on the road - that is one very different set of risks.
    It's kinda funny the way you put the comparison of Domino's to Brink's. I am leaving Domino's after almost 8 years with one Franchisee to go to work for Brink's in two weeks. The job with Brink's has always interested me, but the main reason I made the decision is exactly because of what I know will happen to the driver in this story. He's already fired, whether or not the paperwork has been completed, or whether or not he knows it yet. Corporate will never allow a complete disregard for the no-weapons, no-way, no-how policy. In other words, Domino's (and Papa John's and Pizza Hut and all the rest) don't mind making a target of their employees and denying them the ability to defend themselves, period. I have really enjoyed being a driver, but I finally decided that if I was going to have a target on my back, it was going to be with a company who recognized, acknowledged and supported my need (and right) to defend myself with the same amount of force that I would be likely to face when things go south.

    I totally understand and give kudos to the guy in this story for having the smarts and the guts to flip the bird to Domino's policy every day that he strapped on his weapon before going to work. Crappy jobs are always easy to find. A second chance at staying alive is not such a sure thing. And just in case the guy does read here, Bro, you're not alone. There's lots of us out here who refuse to die for a friggin' pizza company without making it a fair fight!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CT-Mike View Post
    Now hopefully Domino's won't fire the driver for violating a no weapons policy.
    I'll take being alive and fired from Dominos over employed by Dominos and dead any day.
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    Wow, the link posted above is much better than the link I read:
    http://www.myfoxstl.com/myfox/pages/...tentId=5341524

    Tell me if that doesn't get you a little worked up.

    I had some words to say to that reporter, and the station as a whole.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackBear View Post
    Wow, the link posted above is much better than the link I read:
    http://www.myfoxstl.com/myfox/pages/...tentId=5341524

    Tell me if that doesn't get you a little worked up.

    I had some words to say to that reporter, and the station as a whole.
    This article looks like it was written by a third grader. The short choppy sentences are not professional at all. Not only that but calling the BG a victim instead of a perpetrator??? Is this supposed to be a FOX news station?

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    I now. It was apparently an "update" article. The impression I got was he was on his way home and just whipped something together in a text message. Utterly ridiculous.
    I would love to change the world, but they won't give me the source code

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