When I was a teacher, I layered the security for my classroom and my students. First, I installed a Nightlock on my door.

I have Level IV body armor that I kept in my classroom. It had a blowout kit, 4 TQ’s, a huge label on it that said “PARAMEDIC” and a sewn on badge with my blood type. The file cabinet between the door and the blind corner where I planned to shelter my students in the event of a shooter had been modified by me. It has a 1/4″ aluminum plate lining the inside of the sides of the cabinet. With us behind the cabinet, the bullet would have to go through the cabinet, through the first plate, through whatever was in the cabinet, then through the second plate, and the backside of the cabinet.

Dude, use your head.

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Michael · June 30, 2023 at 6:05 am

You cannot reason people out of positions they didn’t reason themselves into. Johnathan Swift

Chat said something interesting:

That’s an interesting quote. It means that if someone didn’t use logic to form their opinion or belief, then it’s unlikely that they will be convinced by logical arguments. Is there anything else I can help you with?

It seems odd that we the people keep trying to use logic when the other side is using Doublethink, social justice politics and emotional arguments.

so·cial jus·tice
[social justice]
justice in terms of the distribution of wealth, opportunities, and privileges within a society:
“individuality gives way to the struggle for social justice”

And we WONDER why our rational logic doesn’t work?

The Marxist Hime Mind HATES individuality. Marxists LOVE Lawfare as to let others do the dirty work of sending 3200 feet per second persuasions.

    Noway2 · June 30, 2023 at 8:25 am

    It seems odd to me that we even acknowledge morons like that guy and the rest of the marxists instead of telling them to sit down and shut up voluntarily or we will gladly make them do so. This idea that we need to give them equal cause or even a say in how things are run is ridiculous.

      Rick · July 1, 2023 at 4:14 pm

      Would the Fire Marshal allow locking a classroom door from the inside? Even at our church, we were disallowed to impede the free travel of a door. We were also disallowed to block a door open. Go figure.

        Divemedic · July 2, 2023 at 7:36 am

        There is an exception to the life safety code for exigent circumstances, where a fire exit can be temporarily blocked for life safety purposes. A mass shooter would certainly fit that category.

Sardaukar · June 30, 2023 at 12:12 pm

Let me be clear, a lock on a school door is no match for a democrat. We must ban all pedophiles.😁

Larry · June 30, 2023 at 12:26 pm

Thank you for educating me again. Didn’t know these devices existed. Had seen the cheapie stuff @ box stores but not beefie ones like these.

Seems like I learn something new from you every time so maybe I should have a standing ‘Thank you’ in case I forget to say it. 🙂

West Zimbabwe · June 30, 2023 at 9:11 pm

Our HS had fire place and chimney in some rooms for the hiding place just in case.
The first period history teacher would sneak a smoke in there.
It is now an elementary school after the Fundamental Transformation migration with a Taj Mahal HS for the poor downtrodden oppressed replacements. (s/)
Some people were armed with brass knuckles and more but we kept quiet about it in HS.
Only simps and gimps expect the state to be there when it all turns into West South Africa.

BobF · July 1, 2023 at 5:09 am

In a similar vein, my takeaway from the First Sergeants’ Academy: Don’t waste your time trying to reason with a drunk. The drunk has little capability of using or communicating with reason.

Han Shot First, He Was No Fool · July 1, 2023 at 5:55 pm

We bought something called a Cinch Lock that could be moved between rooms.

It was supposedly designed by a high school athletics coach who needed something to secure outward-opening doors, including the double door types for gyms.

It’s a larger than door width square bar that has an attached door handle immobiliser you tighten into place with a few turns of a big plastic-wrapped nut, so it’s a little slower to put into effect.

Since this tended to wiggle around a little, we stuck 3M grippy pads on all of the lock bar’s surfaces that made contact with the door, especially the ones that went around the door handle.

This also worked great on a patio door that opened outward.

Now there are a bunch of these on the market, but a few years ago, that’s what we could find.

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