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Old 02-25-2011, 02:24 AM   #21
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Just thinking of the first post about my beliefs.
I live on a series of rules esp. when meeting new people or entering unknown buildings
1.) keep my back to the wall
2.) keep near a quick exit and make a plan to get out quick
3.) plan to take out everyone in the room
(99.9% if the time it may not be necessery but the .1% I don't plan will be the time)

I know it sounds a little drastic but I'm still alive. The beliefe that has become my motto for my life is trust no one any is capible of hurting me. I will survive even if that means I do it by myself.

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The right thing to do is the ONLY thing to do, legal ramifications be damned. A quick glance will show you what commie state I live in, so being armed is not in the equation for me. But if I see someone who needs help, I help, PERIOD. I try to live my life being a man who makes his father proud to say, "That's MY son"!

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one thing I do not like is when someone takes advantage or bothers with a person who is less than them. I have always stood up for them people.

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therewolf, did you have a bad experience with a cop? You act like they are out there to condemn citizens looking out for eachother. Most would pat you on the back in the situations described on this forum.
Where I come from, the police ARE a bad experience. They're not interested in

assistance, intervention, pre-emptive action, or "honorable private citizens

who are just trying to do the right thing" . They will rudely sweep you, and

tell you to butt out.

And all Joe Taxpayer is to them is a fresh can of money. Laws are their can-

opener. Kindly allow me to apologize that that's simply the way it is.
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I just noticed you were in Florida and remember having a very bad experience with a cop down there. We have one or two stiff-dick cops up here in the Heartland, but not very many. I'd still rather take my lumps from the cops than live with a guilty conscience.

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I have interveined between a "man" who was abusing a woman, be it verbally or phyiscally, often to my being beaten down, but with no regrets. I have no hesitation "getting involved" in an apparent violent situation for the benefit of the weak. Decades ago, while camping in a state park and late at night, a woman began screeming. I got up, dressed, and armed myself while my wife yelled at me not to go; to stay in our tent; to ignore her screams. I couldn't. By the time I ran down the trail, it was over with other men having interceded. There was no peace in my home for days.

I guess this is a morality question. If you carry a firearm for defense, are you willing to use it in defense of others, of complete strangers, or only yourself?

I have in the past without a firearm, I certainly would with one.
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