One of the very first things I was taught about owning firearms, was the need to be subtle…
Ron Collins
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I worked with a woman who was, by your definition, very insecure and talked about the guns she and her husband owned and fired on what seemed to be a fairly regular basis.

Having served in the military, I learned a bit about respect for a weapon.

As I listened to this woman, the stories and false bravado, I became concerned about the safety of not only the staff, but the patients, as well.

My concern was put to rest on the day she was escorted from the operating room, never to be seen again.