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doconix said:
Because I often give coworkers rides to lunch or whatever. There is a chance they might see it at some point and cause trouble. It's just not worth the risks IMO.
You are, of course, the one that has to make that call.

I look at it the same way I look at carrying concealed into Trolley Square or other posted areas. As long as you keep it concealed and nobody knows, there won't be any problem.

It would be nice if Utah passes a law similar to Florida's though.
 

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PW said:
Not the same. Trolley Square and other posted areas, you simply get kicked out of the area / store.
Violate a company policy and you may lose your job.
Obviously there's more to lose by violating your employer's policy than there is by violating a mall's policy - but my point was that as long as nobody knows there shouldn't be an issue.

Again, it's ultimately his decision, but I would just do it quietly.
 

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Thomas said:
I made the decision that I can replace my job but not my life or the life of a coworker. I carry in a way that nobody knows and therefor it has never been an issue and I don't expect there will be.
I think that's great logic, Thomas. If you ever have to use it and save lives, they can decide later if they really want to enforce the policy. In the meantime, there's no reason for anyone to ever know.

I actually think it's quite noble to carry as you do. It's one thing to be a uniformed "protector" who gets recognition and the occasional thanks. It's quite another to be quietly prepared, aware, observant, and willing to protect others' lives if necessary with no recognition whatsoever by people whose lives are significantly safer at work on a daily basis, and go home every day oblivious to that fact.
 
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