-28, dang it I was hoping for a -50
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-28, dang it I was hoping for a -50
"A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on."
- Sir Winston Churchill
I carry too much crap and I have a fur coat I wear in the winter. I also walk in public with a child under the age of eight... They are out to get me!!!!
Well, I got a 4. I walk in public because I work in a city and have no other options. I don't do it late at night, though. I didn't see any question about carrying a knife. I can't have my gun at work without risk to my job, but I do have a clip on knife.
Owner, Bear River Holsters.
-25 interesting test
"Do not fear those who disagree with you; fear those that do and are too cowardly to admit it" - Napoleon
-23 for me. This test is seriously flawed methinks.
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- 7 here
My property is posted no one drops by, they either phone or honk their horn the dogs make sure of that.
I tried it twice, my real score was 13, then I wanted to see just how high of a score I could get it to give me:
Your total is 271.
(More than 80) It would be a good idea to make out a will. Put your portable valuables in a safe deposit box. Think twice before you go nightclubbing or driving. You are obviously having a fun life but to make it through another year it would be advisable to take up jogging, martial arts, firearms and carry a police officer with you when you go out. Carry some cash (25 to 50 dollars) and fewer credit cards. Don't carry so much cash. It may not seem much to you but people will beat or kill you for a roll of four hundred dollars or more. Don't open your door to strangers. It puts you at risk. You are carrying too many oil credit cards. If you cannot remember the secret code to an ATM card without writing it down then you shouldn't carry it. It has simply gotten too dangerous to use an ATM (automatic teller machine) after dark. Recommend ATM machines to be placed in police substations. You are foolish to use a prostitute. Self abuse is safer in all ways.You go to nightclubs and pick up people?Sixty to eighty per cent of hitchhikers have minor criminal records. Fifteen to twenty percent have felony records. Don't pick 'em up- just drive on past. Never use drugs unless you are willing to go to jail.Don't drink in public. You can't control your actions if you can't control your body Natural fur attracts 'loons' of a different sort. It attracts muggers and animal rights activists and they are equally capable of assaulting you. Fur from endangered species shows a high disregard for the environment and is not a safe way to flaunt wealth.Commuting by bus or train puts you in contact with many car-less criminals. Learn how to change a tire. Tire changing is not rocket science and can get you out of a tight spot.
Quando Omni Flunkus Moratati
retook the test after a few months carrying and based it on the last year of my life, got a -35
"The value you put on the lost will be determined by the sacrifice you are willing to make to seek them until they are found."
Hmm, I scored a -23 so either I have no life at all (more likely), or my long lost brother is Rambo. BTW: I only took the test once with no advance peeking at questions. I feel if do either, then the test is absolutely useless.
“Monsters are real and so are ghosts. They live inside of us, and sometimes they win.”
~ Stephen King
I chalk it up to the fact that I work at a community college. This means I regularly walk in public, I have to wear an ID badge, and there is no controlled access to my workplace. The worst part is that campus is a "gun-free zone." What a load of bunk!
Better to fight for something than live for nothing.
--George S. Patton