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Old October 31, 2011, 09:08 PM   #116
briandg
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Your situation is exactly why so many companies have a blanket ban. If you allowed carry, you couldn't allow kooks to carry. If you allowed permit carry, you still run the risk of a kook, and you have problems refusing a kook with a permit. And once a company gives a blanket permit to carry, a kook goes from being a low risk nut who might anger a customer to a genuinely high risk liability that will drive away customers, and possibly destroy the business when the guy makes a bad decision with the company's blessing.
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