Sucking up to the millenials

I’m getting more than a little peeved at these large companies who are, in essence, trying to have it both ways. What really ticks me off is that they’ll probably succeed.

Walgreens is the latest retailer to ask shoppers to leave their guns at home.

“We are joining other retailers in asking our customers to no longer openly carry firearms into our stores other than authorized law enforcement officials” the company posted on its website Thursday.

CVS followed suit. “We join a growing chorus of businesses in requesting that our customers, other than authorized law enforcement personnel, do not bring firearms into our stores” the company tweeted.

OK, request granted. Walgreens, I won’t open carry in your stores, not that I ever did. CVS, I’ll not bring guns into your stores, although I haven’t been in a CVS in a year or more.


Walmart, Kroger, Walgreens, CVS-they don’t give a rat’s posterior about your safety. If they did, there’d be armed security at the doors rather than Grandma asking to see your receipt. What they care about is your money, and being sure they get the millennials to start shopping there now, in an effort to set it as a life-long habit. Therefore, they’re going to allow themselves to be blown along with the political winds.

So I’m going to have to figure out where to move my prescriptions to. We do have 2 or 3 local drug stores, and while their hours are a little less convenient, they aren’t that much less convenient. There is allso PillPack, Amazon’s entry into the market. While Amazon isn’t the most gun-friendly company in the country, I’m less pissed at them right now than I am these hypocritical asses.

At this rate, I’m not going to have anywhere I can shop. But I’m not going to be disarmed because someone values their corporate profits over my safety.

2 thoughts on “Sucking up to the millenials

  1. Gun owners need to make a choice of where they go to shop. Businesses need to open that are obviously Second Amendment friendly. People that work at these virtue signaling in finest fashion businesses need to make hard choices. Everyone may soon have to be making hard choices of where they stand.

  2. I wanna know how Wallyworld not selling ammo makes shootings not happen in their stores. Mass shooters are required to buy and use only Wallyworld-sold ammo? I musta missed the memo.

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