Sunday, June 1, 2014

Finally Feeling Safe at Home Depot

(North Richland Hills, TX) 
I haven’t been to Home Depot in years.  Why?  Quite frankly, I didn’t feel safe.  So many dangerous tools around, how was I to know if some crazed thug was going to grab a hammer and start bludgeoning me to death?

But all of that changed yesterday.  

Open Carry Rally at Home Depot, North Richland Hills, TX
Open Carry Tarrant County held an event at Home Depot and I was able to finally walk the isles without fear of being accosted by some bad guy with a hammer.  They made me feel safe as I looked for a new gas grill and lawn mower.

Thank you, Home Depot.  

These kind gentlemen even escorted me to the plumbing isle so that I could buy a new toilet auger, since my toilet has been clogged for several months.  Thank you Home Depot Assault Rifle Guys, I can now shit like a normal person.

Helpful, well-armed guys at Home Depot.
As this was only a one-day event and I didn’t know when I would be able to go back to Home Depot safely, I stockpiled as much stuff as I could:  nails, light bulbs, a case of WD-40, several large bags of wood chips and the tree face I always wanted but was too afraid to go out and buy. Thankfully, I was able to get all of my new things safely to my car due to the 150 or so well-armed people protecting me out in the parking lot.

Awesome Americans hanging out in the Home Depot Parking Lot.
Guns are awesome and if more people would carry them openly, perhaps I would be able to leave the sanctity of my backyard survival shelter more often.

Let Home Depot know what you think about this by calling them at 1-800-466-3337
or send them an email.

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