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Criminal Invades Bathroom. Homeowner fights back.

 
 
oralloy
 
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Thu 12 Jul, 2012 01:47 am
@contrex,
contrex wrote:
oralloy wrote:
I'm very sorry to hear that. The lack of freedom outside the US is appalling.


******* dick. One overwhelming advantage of living outside the US is that there aren't any Oralloys.


Sure there are. There may not be any freedom outside the US, but there are plenty of people like me, with the morals to condemn you atrocity-supporting monsters, in any country.
OmSigDAVID
 
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Thu 12 Jul, 2012 02:02 am
@oralloy,

contrex wrote:
oralloy wrote:
I'm very sorry to hear that. The lack of freedom outside the US is appalling.


******* dick. One overwhelming advantage of living outside the US is that there aren't any Oralloys.
oralloy wrote:
Sure there are. There may not be any freedom outside the US, but there are plenty of people like me, with the morals to condemn you atrocity-supporting monsters, in any country.
There are; that 's a fact.





David
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FOUND SOUL
 
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Thu 12 Jul, 2012 02:13 am
@roger,
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Just an opinion you understand, but I suspect most crooks tend to be optimists. That is, they don't intentionally seek out armed opposition
.

Understand Smile Excepting, gun laws are "ok" over in America so wouldn't most Criminals, 'wonder' as to whether the owner had one?

IDK.. respectfully, just asking.
OmSigDAVID
 
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Thu 12 Jul, 2012 02:17 am
@FOUND SOUL,
Quote:
Just an opinion you understand, but I suspect most crooks tend to be optimists.
That is, they don't intentionally seek out armed opposition
.
FOUND SOUL wrote:
Understand Smile Excepting, gun laws are "ok" over in America so wouldn't most Criminals,
'wonder' as to whether the owner had one?

IDK.. respectfully, just asking.
When thay have been interviewed in prison,
thay have admitted that thay care a lot about that; on-the-job safety.

Thay know that thay r a lot more likely to get killed by armed victims
who r mad at them, than by the less impassioned police.





David
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FOUND SOUL
 
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Thu 12 Jul, 2012 02:20 am
@OmSigDAVID,
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In your mind, he was bad,
to shoot holes in the criminal ?
Heard of that saying? Good cop, bad cop? I have a wicked imagination, when I hear/read something I will read into it at times.. Seeing her doing the good thing, phone the police and him doing the bad thing, pointing a gun.. It does make sense.

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U know, Found Soul, that from the time of the beginning of our species,
we have lived in a predatory environment, subject to the depredations of Man and beast; just the shape of the world.
I believe that the vast majority of other forms of life (if not ALL of them)
also live their lives in predatory environments.
Agreed, do what ever for survival..

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i wish I coud think of some good advice for u.
Just be guided by these considerations of self defense when u vote for politicians.
Even self defense here gets so much scrutiny, to ensure that it really was self defense. Knives seems to be the favourite. I wouldn't carry or have one with me, I'm not that stupid, in fear one could freeze, the other, take your life.

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It is the RESPONSIBILITY of the defending gunner (homeowner) to prevent that from happening
by disabling the violent criminal with gunfire.
Let the criminal be smart AFTER he has been disabled by gunfire.


What if he missed his legs and got his middle leg Shocked

It's a huge responsibility to put on a man who is not in the Police Force.

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Thank u. I remain uncertain on 1 point:
what was your reasoning as to the bow, as distinct from the gun ?
In other words, as u see it, HOW 'd a defending homeowner
be better off if he chose one instead of the other ?


There was none really, I just hate the thought of "people" being able to use guns that are just "people" to protect their property... Buy more locks for doors, good fire screens for windows which knives can't get through, make the Government give a consession so that everyone can afford them.

There a better solution.
OmSigDAVID
 
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Thu 12 Jul, 2012 02:34 am
@FOUND SOUL,
FOUND SOUL wrote:
What if he missed his legs and got his middle leg Shocked
I recommend aiming for the pelvic girdle.
Criminals don 't like it when u shoot them there. It slows them down.
Thay think it brings bad luck to get shot in the pelvic girdle (septic shock).



Quote:
Thank u. I remain uncertain on 1 point:
what was your reasoning as to the bow, as distinct from the gun ?
In other words, as u see it, HOW 'd a defending homeowner
be better off if he chose one instead of the other ?
FOUND SOUL wrote:
There was none really, I just hate the thought of "people" being able to use guns that are just "people" to protect their property... Buy more locks for doors, good fire screens for windows which knives can't get through, make the Government give a consession so that everyone can afford them.

There a better solution.
Will that solution protect their property when the victim is walking in the street ?
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