So for some reason my school put out a survey to some randomly selected students. The vast majority were on risk taking behavior and opinions on them, do you drink smoke week, PCP, GHB, Cocaine and the like, how risky is each, how much do you do them, what do you friends think of these things, what do you think of unprotected sex. As well as the basics do you live off campus, what year are you, what is your GPA, ect. Then out of now where how often do you carry a weapon (i.e. knife or gun) 1-3, 4-6, 7-9, 10+. Judging from the rest of the survey the you know they are targeting what they believe are "negative" activities of course they don't give an only where legal block. So of course in the survey and the results of its students that my college will no doubt get my results say I carry a weapon more than 10 times, only because there was no everyday or only when legal option and I am sure that they will assume that is a highly risky undesirable action. Although I did get a chuckle out of a researching looking at the results, no binge drinking, no drugs way too god damn straight laced and then carry a weapon all the damn time, I'm sure they're kind WTF mate. [/rant] Cliffs: School survey (http://www.siuc.edu/~coreinst/) administered for FSU, portrays carrying a weapon in the same list as Cocaine, LSD, binge drinking and unprotected sex.