I work in a small pizzeria in my local neighborhood. Tonight I worked until we closed down for the night, which is around 10 o'clock or whenever we get everything done. Around 9:30 two guys pull in the parking lot, one comes inside and grabs a menu, then returns to his truck to decide what he and his buddy want to eat. They come back in and place their order and as they were talking with me, and later with each other, a big feeling of awkwardness had lodged within my gut. When they had made jokes with me their facial expressions did not match the feeling they were trying to convey and i just had a weird feeling that something wasn't right with this situation. I later asked my boss if he felt the same way and he agreed with me, he too felt odd with what was going on. After making their food we eventually got them out of the door and discussed what had just taken place. We dismissed it thinking they were buzzed from an alchohol high. But I often hear stories of people having an initial gut feeling that something isn't right with some other persons they encounter, and then later that person who was deemed awkward goes off and kills someone or commits a crime. So, what's this have to do with guns? Well i really think that business owners that deal with a lot of people everyday SHOULD BE CARRYING or at least have a firearm for defense somewhere within the compound if something goes haywire and someone say, tries to rob the place. There's a ton of people out there and there is no way i can trust them just from they way they look. I talked to my boss about the idea and he said he has thought about it before, but he doesn't seem to feel that its necessary. Any ways to convince him? Does anyone else have any stories similar to this? Or even stories where someone had to defend themselves in a business situation?