Saturday, July 18, 2009

Surprised? Nope.

This should happen more often, considering the number of employees I've seen over there years carrying knives and guns while working downtown. Retards.


At 7:39 PM, Anonymous Dawg said...

So...somehow carrying a knife or gun for personal protection all the sudden makes someone more likely to commit a crime?

At 9:25 PM, Blogger AthensDoorGuy said...

No. In fact I have a carry permit myself and I fully support someones right to carry.

But carrying in a bar while you're working there and possibly getting into physical altercations with drunk college kids is a bad idea.

Unless you're carrying with a retention holster (and honestly, who really uses those for concealed carry?) the odds of somebody else getting their hands on your pistol while youre tossing some drunk 19 year old for pissing in the trashcan greatly increases.

Bringing a gun into a situation thats saturated with booze, fighting, and bad decisions made by underage kids is a bad idea. Top that off with the number of bar employees working that are under the influence and you have an extremely bad situation.

But thanks for making assumptions, though.


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