I don't open carry because I don't feel like drawing unnecessary attention to myself. Even though open carry is perfectly legal if you have a permit to carry, there have been plenty of cases of someone freaking out and calling 911 because "OMG there's a guy with a gun", prompting a large police response and sending places into lockdown. All this because they can't understand that someone walking around with a gun in a holster and minding their own business is not someone who you need to be worried about.
Then you have the places that put up "We ban guns on these premises" signs. If I'm carrying concealed I can simply ignore their stupid sign.
So you insist others follow rules, even if they don't agree with them. But for you, it's different?
I didn't see a problem with his post? Of course most folks want a civilized, law abiding society. But as you know, that's a fairy-tale impossibility. Most people know that there are good people in society, as well as the criminal element.
And of course, if I see a "no guns" sign on a building, I ignore it and walk right in with my gun. Why? Because its legal to do so in Florida where I live. You see, public buildings are just that, public. Where the public can congregate. And as such, the public is made up of good and bad characters. So any request by the building owner to not carry guns, is simply considered by me and others to be a juvenile, irresponsible request, with no fact or reason behind it. Ignore it I will. And the anti folks will not know that there a guy next to them carrying a concealed firearm, UNLESS a serious emergency transpires. In which case, they would probably be glad that I ignored the sign and was there.
"No guns" signs are put up by people that lack any sort of critical thinking skills. Assuming the sign doesn't carry the weight of law in your state, I would advise most folks to ignore such signs.