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Old 09-20-2009, 10:26 PM   #11
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My wife is Sicilian. You tell her she needs to lose weight Samples.

Good point. I would punch Aaron in the face and tell him he needs plastic surgery


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See! I tol' ya'.



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Motion lights are a good idea, even more practice with the wife. Show her what she should do if bad happens at your home. You don't want her talking in your ear or making noise but she doesn't know until you explain it to her and practice it. Might seem stupid or funny but understand the goal (keep you and yours safe). Do wait for bad to happen prepare for it. You don't have to turn your home into a bunker to be safe, just have a plan that everyone undrstands and practices.

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Yup, good points. I'm prepared and ready, but my wife really isn't. She's comfortable and accurate with her model 60, but that's about all. I'll have to work on it with her.

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Glad nobody got hurt! Maybe a car alarm could be helpful; though, they can be annoying if you don't respond promptly to an alert. I will also say that i have come VERY near to soiling myself when a car surprised me with a blast of sirens, even though i had no bad intent. If you were to hit the panic button while somebody was crouched near your vehicle, they would probably not be to hard to ID by the pant stains/stench and deafness: patrolling officer "You lost sir? You seem to have something on your pants there, WHEW! Let me see some ID sir. Sir? SIR?" Croucher "Huh? What? Eh?"

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I say this in jest. But maybe to teach her the value of silence, the next time (real or practice) you send her down to the driveway and you take up a covering position from the window.

I'm glad everything turned out OK.

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Geez Troy, that's cold blooded.



I like it.

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