Posted September 19, 2018 6:00 pm by Comments

By Tom Knighton

For most people, guns aren’t part of the job. Sure, they are for the police and those who sell them or repair them, but for most folks? Guns aren’t part of their day-to-day work. They may carry a firearm at work, but that’s for personal protection, not due to job requirements.

However, some jobs supposedly control things tightly. Some would say as tightly as anti-gunners would like to control guns.

Earlier, a friend of mine, who wishes to remain anonymous, recounted a tale of one job’s response to constraints not unlike a gun control activist’s most fervent dreams.

So we are a department that only does stocking, order picking, packing, and shipping. I’m on the packing line.

A few weeks ago our supervisor, a married lesbian [Yes, it matters. Bear with me], henceforth known as Supervisor, decided we, as a line, possessed too few utility knives and tried to order some.

This resulted in her boss handing her a box of “safety” box cutters to officially hand out, and a box of actual utility knives that “don’t exist, and if I see them outside of that room, I’ll have to take them away.”

Yes, Ma’am.

We’ve been oh so very good about doing so.

Every single member of …Read the Rest

Source:: Bearing Arms

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