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    It will never work in your state. Gov Moonbeam saw to that.
    Of course, your government is so top heavy, that only crooks and politicians can have concealed permits!
    I need to correct my previous statement. They are one and the same!
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    Don't forget the buckets of rocks, golf balls, and gun-free signs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CG11 View Post
    Don't forget the buckets of rocks, golf balls, and gun-free signs.
    Or canned vegetables.
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    The only common sense gun legislation was written about 229 years ago.

    I carry always not because I go places trouble is likely, but because trouble has a habit of not staying in its assigned zone.

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    I wish I could have carried as a teacher, 19 years of being disarmed at work after I had been a cop.
    Anyway, the main "weapon" needed on a regular basis isn't a gun:

    Who wants take on that much risk , in a public school, even if they had the option.
    In one district as assistant principal I could have used corporal punishment, still legal if parent signed form, I adamantly declined.
    No way. I'd have to have written immunity from any & all criminal and civil actions, which wasn't gonna happen.
    I was like nope, nope, nope; I wasn't hired back at end of year, non-tenured contract not renewed. Oh well.
    I'm not inclined to disarm for a concert, game, (entertainment) and I ain't going on a plane or cruise.
    "Wouldn't want to or Nobody volunteer to" get shot by _____ is not indicative of quickly incapacitating.

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    In all seriousness the town that protested the most against the new state police firearms training range has now decided to arm their school guards. Griswold in eastern CT has shone that common sense does still exist in some places.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redmc View Post
    In all seriousness the town that protested the most against the new state police firearms training range has now decided to arm their school guards. Griswold in eastern CT has shone that common sense does still exist in some places.
    Brilliant. Because an unarmed guard is not a guard. He's just a security monitor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CDW4ME View Post
    I wish I could have carried as a teacher, 19 years of being disarmed at work after I had been a cop.
    Anyway, the main "weapon" needed on a regular basis isn't a gun:

    Who wants take on that much risk , in a public school, even if they had the option.
    In one district as assistant principal I could have used corporal punishment, still legal if parent signed form, I adamantly declined.
    No way. I'd have to have written immunity from any & all criminal and civil actions, which wasn't gonna happen.
    I was like nope, nope, nope; I wasn't hired back at end of year, non-tenured contract not renewed. Oh well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CDW4ME View Post
    I wish I could have carried as a teacher, 19 years of being disarmed at work after I had been a cop.
    Anyway, the main "weapon" needed on a regular basis isn't a gun:

    Who wants take on that much risk , in a public school, even if they had the option.
    In one district as assistant principal I could have used corporal punishment, still legal if parent signed form, I adamantly declined.
    No way. I'd have to have written immunity from any & all criminal and civil actions, which wasn't gonna happen.
    I was like nope, nope, nope; I wasn't hired back at end of year, non-tenured contract not renewed. Oh well.
    I have seen one of those before. Or rather, my ass has seen one of those before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cal44 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by HotBrass45 View Post
    I have seen one of those before. Or rather, my ass has seen one of those before.
    I was paddled once in my entire k-12 "sentence".
    I was new to the school, 4th grade; some other boys encouraged me to call the gym teacher by his first name, said the teacher would think it was funny. I naively believed them and the result was being sent to the principal for disrespect. The paddle at school did not concern me near as much as wondering whether he had called my parents, I was very worried about the possibility that my parents were told I had been disrespectful to a teacher. Apparently that call wasn't made and I was disinclined to volunteer any unrequested negative information.
    I'm not inclined to disarm for a concert, game, (entertainment) and I ain't going on a plane or cruise.
    "Wouldn't want to or Nobody volunteer to" get shot by _____ is not indicative of quickly incapacitating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CDW4ME View Post
    I wish I could have carried as a teacher, 19 years of being disarmed at work after I had been a cop.
    Anyway, the main "weapon" needed on a regular basis isn't a gun:

    Who wants take on that much risk , in a public school, even if they had the option.
    In one district as assistant principal I could have used corporal punishment, still legal if parent signed form, I adamantly declined.
    No way. I'd have to have written immunity from any & all criminal and civil actions, which wasn't gonna happen.
    I was like nope, nope, nope; I wasn't hired back at end of year, non-tenured contract not renewed. Oh well.
    So many adults admonish corporal punishment. It harms the child's psyche and doesn't teach the desired behavior. But there were no school shootings either, so...
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    Quote Originally Posted by CDW4ME View Post
    I wish I could have carried as a teacher, 19 years of being disarmed at work after I had been a cop.
    Anyway, the main "weapon" needed on a regular basis isn't a gun:

    Who wants take on that much risk , in a public school, even if they had the option.
    In one district as assistant principal I could have used corporal punishment, still legal if parent signed form, I adamantly declined.
    No way. I'd have to have written immunity from any & all criminal and civil actions, which wasn't gonna happen.
    I was like nope, nope, nope; I wasn't hired back at end of year, non-tenured contract not renewed. Oh well.
    Saw a lot of these "back in the day" ...mid to late 60s,luckily not up close and personal.My lady science teacher in 6th grade could have made the Yankees back then with her home run swing.

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