Toys R Us CPZ Robbed over and over

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Toys R Us CPZ Robbed over and over

Post by OhioLoaded » Tue Jan 03, 2012 7:23 pm

The reason I do not shop at Toys R Us...they are CPZ and their anti-gun signs do not work. Here are just a few and a search of "Toys R Us robbery" will yield many more.

Just a couple weeks ago a Cincy store was robbed...
http://www.kypost.com/dpp/news/tri-stat ... 4400698891

18 mos ago in Chattanooga...
http://www.clevelandbanner.com/view/ful ... I-75-crash

Of course we can understand this happening in Kalifornia...
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/san-gab ... AJGHP2V6B6

Their own employees rob at gunpoint their own Toys R Us in 2005...again Kali...
http://articles.sfgate.com/2005-05-19/b ... re-vallejo

In 1993 in Texas...
http://www.chron.com/CDA/archives/archi ... spree.html

In Baltimore in Nov 2010...
http://www.wbaltv.com/r/25933006/detail.html

And on and on and on... WHEN will the anti-gun left realize that their no-gun signs do not work? Maybe the signs are not BIG enough. Maybe we need to tax ammo 20% for more public announcement commercials. I better not give them any ideas.

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Re: Toys R Us CPZ Robbed over and over

Post by techguy85 » Wed Jan 04, 2012 12:54 pm

They will only realize it when they are victimised at gunpoint, and they don't have a firearm with which to protect themselves or their loved ones. :(

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Re: Toys R Us CPZ Robbed over and over

Post by OhioLoaded » Wed Jan 04, 2012 8:23 pm

@techguy85 EXACTLY RIGHT...It's always sad that they will not be prepared in a proactive manner, but rather be reactive. And then just blame the system or lack of gun control. They are absolutely not smart enough to realize that criminals DO NOT abide by any laws, rules, or goofy signs on entryway doors. There could be a complete ban on guns and criminals would still get them. There is a complete ban on cocaine/crack...criminals still get it. They will never learn.

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Re: Toys R Us CPZ Robbed over and over

Post by NRAInstructor » Wed Jan 04, 2012 8:59 pm

techguy85 wrote:They will only realize it when they are victimised at gunpoint, and they don't have a firearm with which to protect themselves or their loved ones. :(
Getting victimized at gunpoint makes them want stricter gun laws.
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Re: Toys R Us CPZ Robbed over and over

Post by techguy85 » Wed Jan 04, 2012 9:45 pm

NRAInstructor wrote:[]
Getting victimized at gunpoint makes them want stricter gun laws.
I've never really understood that particular instinct. Has anyone ever heard of a criminal failing to get their hands on a firearm with which to victimise people? Even in places where it is almost impossible for a citizen to own a firearm, the bad guys seem to have no trouble or hesitation...
What is gun crime like in Chicago where noone can legally concealed carry?

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Re: Toys R Us CPZ Robbed over and over

Post by NMorgan » Thu Jan 05, 2012 5:52 pm

techguy85 wrote:
NRAInstructor wrote:[]
Getting victimized at gunpoint makes them want stricter gun laws.
I've never really understood that particular instinct. Has anyone ever heard of a criminal failing to get their hands on a firearm with which to victimise people? Even in places where it is almost impossible for a citizen to own a firearm, the bad guys seem to have no trouble or hesitation...
What is gun crime like in Chicago where noone can legally concealed carry?
I was just talking VIA the web to a friend in the UK was going on about how many Robberys and Murders by gun that happend on New Years eve in a country that doesnt allow guns. ( Well I should not say totally doesnt allow guns, you can get a permit to have long guns and such but no Pistolas. )
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Re: Toys R Us CPZ Robbed over and over

Post by techguy85 » Fri Jan 06, 2012 9:34 am

But a business has no liability for allowing CCW under Ohio law. Unless they act neglegently. The full responsibility lands squarely on the licensee and the dirt bag robbing the place at gunpoint. So I still don't understant it...

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