LOL...he also said it's like going into a gas station restroom to eat waffles.Comedian Jim Gaffigan has some stuff about Waffle House. One bit goes something like this: "I've seen a gun 3 times in my life, 2 of those times was in a Waffle House." Obviously he's not a gun guy, but it does say something about Waffle House.
She better have charges filed against herWaffle House employee fired after using gun in self-defense during robbery
Lady is fired after firing gun.... at Waffle House.
I'll be surprise if criminal charges don't happen.
That’s when Burkinshaw-Stanley ran to her car and retrieved a handgun, firing it into the air in self-defense to ward away the robbers.
Honestly I think things like this are part of the reason businesses have employee No Firearm policies. If you're so untrained and irresponsible to actually fire a warning shot INTO THE AIR, you are an unsafe person and should not be operating any firearm under an emergency situation.
If I ran a business that DID allow employees to carry, I'd very likely have let her go for endangering innocent lives in this way. Bullets don't just vanish into Narnia when fired into the air FFS.
It's that and their insurance companies. I know same sameThis is EXACTLY why employers tell employees "NO GUNS." Some idiot does something stupid. Said idiot is not the one who the lawyers come after. Said idiot has nothing to be taken. Business on the other hand has money. Since juries are often made up of MORONS business pays. The moral to the story? Carry anyway. Only use the gun if you have to. If you are alive you can find another job. I have ALWAYS carried at work. Penalty for being caught would be fired at some jobs. Know why I don't get caught? I don't go to work and feel I need to show the damn gun to anyone at work. Also don't go fire into the damn air if some threat is driving away.