I was having dinner with my parents and my dad and I get into a conversation. (He's doesn't know I have a permit to carry) He's telling me about how he had to go to a "company policy meeting" regarding firearms, because a woman at work was having domestic problems with her husband and was fearful for her safety. So she had a shotgun in the car, well someone saw it in the car in the parking garage and got all about it. So the whole staff had these meetings where they were told that the company did not like weapons of any kind even by those who hold a concealed weapons permit, even if I don't agree they are entitled to their opinion. However they brought in a "paid professional" to discuss "safety" or some such thing. This professional tells them that there are 500,000 concealed weapons permits in northwest florida alone, when the state's website says there are 627,189 total in the state, only 478,293 being civilian CWP (the rest are judges, officers, security guards, recovery agents, private investigators ect) So after being told they could not have weapons and being told that there were more permit holders in the area than there actually were, here is where I lose them completely, apparently to defend yourself every time you walk to your car, you should not have mace, a gun, a knife or a taser, but every time you walk to your car you should put your keys your hand and make a fist with the keys protruding from between your fingers. Cliffs: Company says you cannot have weapons, but to defend yourself you should always use your keys to make ghetto spiked knuckles when walking to your car. Logic has failed.