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Oregon ‘I’m sorry. I’ll leave:’ Oregon robber surrenders hatchet to clerk with gun, video shows

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And then the clerk got fired for breaking the corporate policy of “no weapons”.... :rolleyes:
Is that confirmed? Or suspected?

I wouldn't put it by the pansies at corp to fire a guy for protecting his own life. Hell, if I worked in a job like that I would definitely be carrying - corp. policy be damned. Can always get another, better, job, somewhere else.
 
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That is maybe two miles up the street from me, I stop there every once in a while. I’ll have to high five the guy next time Im in there.
I also live only about 2 miles from there. I stop there almost every Sunday on my way home from Church. My kids call it "Sunday Plaid Pantry".
Maybe those of us that live close should all go down there for a meetup, by a bag of chips and congratulate the clerk.
 

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