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- Jan 30 by kloneMeanwhile, another violent shooting spree happened today in Phoenix. At the same exact time Gabby Gifford's husband was testifying to congress.
Yay, guns. Rah.
- Jan 30 by armyicurnEveryone should carry. Open carry would be even better...Just like in the old days.
- Jan 30 by gonementally2dayi would never carry my weapon into where I work, BUT.......if I did home health again...........heck yeah i would carry into work!
- Quote from AggieNurse2BI spend more time at the desk than most nurses, so I'm the first person that gets their face blown off. When I start carrying, if I feel a visitor that's been a horse's butt might come back later armed, I won't be hesitating to go to my car and carry it in. I'll work out the legal issues later. And polish my resume. I can hear it now. "Thanks for saving lives. You know we have to fire you, right?" lolI can only say that if a patient or patient's family member ever has me at gunpoint, I hope like hell one of my co-workers has broken the rules and carried his/her gun to work and that he/she is gutsy enough to pull the trigger.
- Jan 30 by billyboblewisI dont feel the need to carry a weapon. In many occasions you would not have the time to use it. In other cases it may be used against you. Many firearms owners seem to be careless in the handling of their weapons and the fewer around the happier I am.
- Quote from carrielwbYeah, almost as life altering as everyone being killed by a kook that comes in armed, against people with no weapons whatsoever.What if your manger told you to bring in your gun and there was a vac outcome related to someone else getting their hands on it? What if you needed to use it and there was a serious injury/ fatality? What if innocent person was harmed. Potential life altering scenarios for yourself and your employer.
- Quote from armyicurnOur instructor recommended against open carry, as you would be the first target to get rid of if, for example, someone goes into a convenience store with the intention of robbing it.Everyone should carry. Open carry would be even better...Just like in the old days.
- Jan 30 by loriangel14The answer to gun violence is not more guns.
- Jan 30 by woohQuote from loriangel14Well of course it is. We've got Canadians here saying how well more guns are solving the problem. More guns in Georgia than Canada, and Georgia has more gun violence. So obviously more guns is working, or, wait...The answer to gun violence is not more guns.
- Jan 30 by rentalnursewe have a new code at our hosp "silver" for shooter. it paged its duck and cover or barricade. Our rent a cops dont carry and wont intervene in a code green. all we are equipped is CPI non violent intervention training, scary for us nurses. the hosp i switched to is more of a community hosp and no psych unit so not as many crazies coming in.