Scenario #1: You are walking to your car in a parking garage late at night. You notice a man moving along the shadows to your left and another man approaching you from the right. You increase the pace of your walking to try to reach your car before they reach you, but you soon realize there is no way you will make it to your car in time to get in, lock the doors, and drive away. What would you do?
Scenario #2: You are driving your car through an intersection when another car runs a stoplight and crashes into your vehicle, disabling it. The other driver, clearly drunk and now outraged, exits his vehicle and approaches you and your children in a threatening manner. What would you do?
Scenario #3: You and your date are leaving a nice restaurant at night when you are confronted by three men demanding your money or your life. What would you do?
Scenario #4: You are driving home with your wife and daughter on a lightly traveled country road when your car breaks down. Cell phone coverage is spotty at best and you are having a difficult time getting a signal. After 20 minutes, a car drives by, turns around and pulls in behind you. Four males exit the vehicle, approach your car and ask you to roll the window down. You roll the window down just enough to hear what they are saying and they are suggesting you get out of the car and they will help you. What would you do?
Scenario #5: You awake to the sound of breaking glass downstairs. You immediately call 911. While on the phone with the 911 dispatcher you hear your daughter scream. What would you do?
Scenario #6: A major earthquake (or other natural catastrophe) strikes your state creating such a strain on local police, fire and medical services that gangs of hoodlums are free to roam the city looting, raping, and robbing. You have locked yourself in your home. Suddenly, several windows are smashed and your back door is kicked in. What would you do?
EXSOLDIER'S NOTE: I got these from a link on FACEBOOK. I didn't make them up. I solved each one with just about one or two sentences. How about you?