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    Re: Guns Legal Now In Texas' Work Place Parking Lots

    Quote Originally Posted by winston53660 View Post
    So you can smell it big whoop. There are perfumes I cannot stand. I don't think they should be banned.
    Taking food serve as an example business, neither cigarette smoke nor perfume are desired smells and both are typically prohibited.

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    Re: Guns Legal Now In Texas' Work Place Parking Lots

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    Taking food serve as an example business, neither cigarette smoke nor perfume are desired smells and both are typically prohibited.
    At the restaurant I used to work at it was mandatory to smell good at all times, and we ran like crazy for the entire shift, you don't keep a nice smell without deodorant and good cologne.
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    Re: Guns Legal Now In Texas' Work Place Parking Lots

    My state actually just beat Texas out on this one, under La. law a vehicle is an extention of the home, so we passed a law clarifying that the extension is granted on work premises as well, of course, the gun has to stay in the vehicle, so it was just more of a clarification as to how the initial law applies of domicile extension.
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    Re: Guns Legal Now In Texas' Work Place Parking Lots

    Quote Originally Posted by LaMidRighter View Post
    At the restaurant I used to work at it was mandatory to smell good at all times, and we ran like crazy for the entire shift, you don't keep a nice smell without deodorant and good cologne.
    We're not talking about casual smells, though, so please stay on topic.

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    A little gun oil on the hands doesn’t smell anywhere near as bad as a work uniform saturated with cigarette smoke…and yes, we can smell it.
    ..therefore we are talking about very strong smells, including overpowering perfume.

    My comment stems from another poster bringing up smoking in a car, so are you saying that you put on deodorant by discharging the entire can while sitting in your closed-up car?

    If not, you are off topic.

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    Re: Guns Legal Now In Texas' Work Place Parking Lots

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    We're not talking about casual smells, though, so please stay on topic.

    I said:


    ..therefore we are talking about very strong smells, including overpowering perfume.

    My comment stems from another poster bringing up smoking in a car, so are you saying that you put on deodorant by discharging the entire can while sitting in your closed-up car?

    If not, you are off topic.
    Smoking is a habit, pure and simple, I would rather smell an over saturated smokers clothes than some of the perfumes/colognes of choice, but I wouldn't ban either as I see it to be ridiculous.
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    Re: Guns Legal Now In Texas' Work Place Parking Lots

    As former SC Senator Fritz Hollings might have said, "They's a whole lotta thread-drift goin' on heah."

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    Re: Guns Legal Now In Texas' Work Place Parking Lots

    Quote Originally Posted by Goshin View Post
    As former SC Senator Fritz Hollings might have said, "They's a whole lotta thread-drift goin' on heah."
    Yeah, you're right, just wanted to clarify my position on the original tangent. I am glad to see state's stepping up to clarify where people's property rights stand, now if we can only get more common sense as far as property and other natural rights are concerned we might get this United States back on track after all.
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    Re: Guns Legal Now In Texas' Work Place Parking Lots

    Quote Originally Posted by LaMidRighter View Post
    Smoking is a habit, pure and simple, I would rather smell an over saturated smokers clothes than some of the perfumes/colognes of choice, but I wouldn't ban either as I see it to be ridiculous.
    You have every right to ban or not ban such things as you see fit. Surly you would respect the rights of other business owners to choose otherwise.

    (man pro-choice logic is addictive)

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    Re: Guns Legal Now In Texas' Work Place Parking Lots

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    You have every right to ban or not ban such things as you see fit. Surly you would respect the rights of other business owners to choose otherwise.

    (man pro-choice logic is addictive)
    I do, but not as a condition of working there or regulating legal behaviors on personal property, such as a car.
    Neither side in an argument can find the truth when both make an absolute claim on it.

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    Re: Guns Legal Now In Texas' Work Place Parking Lots

    Quote Originally Posted by LaMidRighter View Post
    I do, but not as a condition of working there or regulating legal behaviors on personal property, such as a car.
    Then I don't see where we disagree.

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