Rate Your Risk of Assault

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    Well, what with AnimalKracker's 28 I'm stating to feel better about my 17. Too bad I can't run. You can time my runs with a calender....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheldon J
    -43 but they did not ask about my tatical training!!!
    SJ do you carry a RPG or maybe a maw 2 ?

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    Must be doing something right.
    note to self ,stop going to same gas station.
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    -4 for me
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    mine:

    Your total is -14

    I think the travel part hurt me----

    my wife scored.......................

    Your total is -27.

    I can't believe she beat me...........
    Last edited by goawayfarm; August 8th, 2006 at 08:18 PM.
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    -21 here...of all the martial arts, I believe that I have found "GunFu" to be the most effective...

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    +1 here, apparently I carry too much cash at times.. It comes from one day I found myself in a gun shop where a guy was trying to trade in a really nice Kimber 1911.. The shop guy offers in the $300 range, and I didn't have enough to make a better offer to the trader.. I swore I would not be in that situation again...

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    +6.

    I personaly claim greevence with one question...
    I wear an ID badge at work, its hard to read print.
    I also spotted several other wording of questions, and coverage bias.

    But hey,
    Its an opinion pole, I dont expect it to be scientific.:shuging shoulders:

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    My score:
    Your total is -15.

    (Negative score) A minus score indicates that the criminal would be in danger FROM YOU. The greater the negative score...the greater the danger.

    Wife's score:
    Your total is 9.

    (0 to 50) This score shows a low risk of assault. You are either highly cautious or a poor target. You should not be foolishly overconfident however. Keep up the precautions and take the test again next month and don't fudge on your points.
    Last edited by tanksoldier; August 8th, 2006 at 08:57 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LTPhoon
    Well, what with AnimalKracker's 28 I'm stating to feel better about my 17. Too bad I can't run. You can time my runs with a calender....
    Well what if I said I carried two 1911's?

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    Interesting... having a locking mailbox makes your score worse.

    Maybe because you'll be focused on that instead of what's around you?
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    -2, Criminal is in Danger of Me.

    I guess because I have used a Drive up ATM at night before that makes my score higher. However, I don't make a habit of it, I'm armed and aware.
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    Better than I expected....guess I'm cautious... Score = <3>

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