Sunday, April 10, 2011

If You Thought Gun Free Was a Bad Idea - Breaking News from Indiana


Sigh. That means updating the Workplace Safety Sign again.

18 comments:

  1. My building hasn't had any pachyderm attacks, either. Raptors, we've got (the feathered kind, though).

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  2. So good. Perhaps there is federal funding available for more signs to protect things that "need" protecting that could replace that sign....

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  3. When ravenous, intelligent, bipedal carnivores are outlawed, only outlaws will have ravenous, intelligent, bipedal carnivores.

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  4. Ha ha, humorous use of the 2nd definition of the word raptor! The first one being bird of prey - hawks, eagles, merlins and such.
    Why do bureaucrats get the mistaken idea to protect something that is perfectly capable of taking care of itself? They are birds and can fly away from danger whenever they want.
    Just watch out for the great blue herons that try building nests by laying wet sticks (conductive material) across more than one high power line. Zap-Sizzle-Poof! Where'd the birdy go? Who turned the lights out on half the city? Guess some places just aren't suitable habitat.

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  5. Redheads... send 'em to school and buy 'em books. What does it get?

    :)

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  6. I thought it said rappers. Now there is some serious gun play involved in that!

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  7. Heh.

    WWV: spumbo. That's disgusting!

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  8. Brigid - you can't be saurus?

    Oh, well . . . it makes an interesting addition to the workplace pleisto-scenery . . .

    :-)

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  9. All the more reason to have a deagle parked under my desk if I have to watch our for fast moving bi-pedal carnivores.
    lol

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  10. Hey, The soup turned out great. I even documented the event, and gave you the credit.
    Thanks again.

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  11. "fast moving bi-pedal carnivores."

    Never ever stand between college students and free food.

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  12. Anna - College students will eat anything :-)

    Jim

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  13. The cool velociraptor sign gave everyone at the salt mine a good laugh today.

    We may hang a copy on the wall and see if anyone notices...

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  14. Heh.

    Great link from Drang, too.

    Hey, how many velociraptors can you get into a VW Beetle?

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  15. Thanks Maam, we now have the "new" raptor poster hanging at work.... cant be too careful ya know.

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