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Old 08-10-2013, 07:29 PM   #21
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A friend has found them at a range he frequents over in Tulsa but so far I have been unable to find any around here.
You seem to have a computer. Business card stock is easily found at any office supply or Walmart. You have patterns.

Where is the problem?
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It's Mid-Continent. I can pay them on the internet also but they are literally right around the corner from the power company so it's just easier to pay at the office. It would still chap my hide to give money to them on-line knowing their policy anyway. Besides going in their store gives me the opportunity to express my dis-satisfaction with their stupidity.

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Old 08-11-2013, 01:35 AM   #23
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Not here in Michigan. Any sign the store/home owner posts is considered legal. The Verizon employee was likely adhering to the Company line. Worked 36 years for ATT. No firearms was in the Code of Conduct. Getting caught with one in the building was grounds for dismissal. Verizon might have a similar edict.
It has to be obvious, and it would only be trespassing. Some states have some serious consequences for ignoring legal signs. MI has no sign requirements.

What sign?

But, I try to never do business with a company that will not respect my 2nd amendment rights.
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I nominate that to be the official no gun sign.
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I nominate that to be the official no gun sign.
Agreed. And since I have Verizon for my cell, and my contract is up I think it's time I changed carriers. Anyone else feel like making that statement and telling them why? Even the ultra liberal Starbucks is a gun-friendly business.
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Those signs dont hold the weight of the law in Ky, I ignore them. Concealed means concealed.

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Sounds like a time to switch service, and let verizon know why you left them???

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I've never seen a sign like that at a sprint store.

Verizon nickel and dimes you to death and is apparently anti-gun and AT&T is a big union company. I'm happy with Sprint

[Ponders calling about getting bill reduced for recommendation]

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If your carry is concealed STFU & do your business---
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