In Utah, a resident (teacher or not) with a permit is limited only by secure areas past metal detectors:
Secure areas of mental facilities
Secure areas of airports
Secure areas of police facilities or courthouses
Places of worship that have notified BCI of their desire to be off limits (only the LDS Church last I knew)
Anywhere else including schools or public transit, open or concealed, carry as you like. Signs carry no weight of law. If a private property owner or their agent asks a carrier to leave and they do not they can be trespassed.
If you go to LDS services and get caught packing, it’s only an infraction. When I used to attend I knew quite a few people who carried all the time.
Also, with state preemption, the little offices or school districts or whomever can’t make their own rules. Only the Legislature can make any rules regarding carry.
 December 7, 2015 at 3:43am
“…no longer speaks for…” implies that he once did.
 August 4, 2015 at 11:09am
That’s horrible. All that poor block of foam wanted to do was help make some fabulous floral arrangements. Now it’s been burned to a crisp for nothing more than the amusement of the masses. #blocklivesmatter
March 28, 2014 at 5:30pm
Too late. I already have an e-liquid called Green Cow that’s caffeinated. Works like a dream. I won’t say where I get it for fear of my post being circular filed, but it’s on-line and from the east coast.
February 19, 2014 at 8:29pm
That’s no antique. It’s a really poorly maintained Hi-point Carbine. They’re ugly as sin, but they do the job.
February 5, 2014 at 6:55pm
Method: Initial sample catch, tag said catch. A while later, catch a lot more, then see how many of the larger catch have tags. Formula is (init. catch X (large catch/number of tags in large catch)) = likely population. So, if the initial catch and tag is 60, and the second large catch is 500 with a tag rate of 25, then you can estimate the population at 1200.
January 3, 2014 at 7:08am
Yeah, but it would’ve been more expensive for the store owner. Assuming it was a .45 with good self-defense rounds, he’d be out $2-3.
January 3, 2014 at 7:05am
I’ve got a t-shirt and a hoodie on right now, and they’re both covering the 1911 on my hip. Why? Because it’s cold in the office and this helps keep my comfy. I guarantee neither the clothing nor the firearm will cause any issues for anyone unless I, the person, do something to make them do so.
December 31, 2013 at 9:40am
Gag…Thanks Term. That’ll teach me to read this stuff while having a snack. Anyone have some brain-o around so I can try to burn that mental image away?
December 31, 2013 at 9:25am
The Higgs Boson is called “The God Particle” because the man whom they quoted in an article related to the postulation of such was so frustrated in his search for it that he called it “The God-Da*ned Particle.” However, censorship prevented such a name or quote from being used, and as such it was truncated to what we now commonly see. I am at the moment far too tired from work to look up the details, but search engines abound so I’m sure you’ll find elucidation if you should choose to seek it. Happy New Year.
December 31, 2013 at 4:18am
Hey, he’s a little more coherent than previously. Maybe the meds just take a bit to build up in his system?
December 31, 2013 at 3:54am
Yeah, but when you can get $1T notes, they obviously have money to spare.
December 31, 2013 at 3:42am
As much as I love the pic, in all seriousness for anyone looking for a weapons lube system, try the stuff from FrogLube. True, I miss the smell of Hoppes No. 9, but the FL stuff is the one and only product I use on my firearms and edged weapons now.