PUBLIX sell kitchen knife, now it's a weapon

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osprey21
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Post by osprey21 »

Obviously a Bernie supporter.
I am not frozen by political correctness. Beware.

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SteyrAUG
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Post by SteyrAUG »

Chigger wrote:
Wed Feb 19, 2020 11:45 am
Its against the law to sell or give a knife in Florida to anyone under 18 unless it is a common pocket knife without express permission from a present parent or guardian.

When you sell retail items your responsible for educating your employees as to the law. The publix employee broke the law(dumb law or not).
I imagine Publix is now educating its employees or pulling knives from the store, depending on how profitable their sales are on knives.
Hard to reconcile the above with the fact that when I was in junior high I was buying WWII vintage long guns at gun shows without a parent.

This really is another "hot coffee" moment that is gonna change a lot of things and there will be no changing back.

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