Take a short test, and rate your risk of serious assault

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    Your total is -46.

    (Negative score) A minus score indicates that the criminal would be in danger FROM YOU. The greater the negative score...the greater the danger.
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    -13...still a colored belt, so no bonus points there yet. :)
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    Explain me this: Why does sometimes a wearing a rain coat over a sport coat change my score?
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    Well got a +16

    (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.

    Being 60 and having difficulty walking does increase my chances of being a target but if a BG thinks I am easy he will be in for a rude shock.
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    Yes, I agree. Some of the questions were strange and needed tweaking ... yes I walk my dog but she is 10 pounds tops ... not a Rottie but she is very alert and has teeth and barks. Anyway ... -9 for me.

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    i got a -14, i was pretty pleased with that!

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    I got a -34
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    weird test. -7for me. but, the test is to assess risk of being assaulted. Then the score says nothing about the risk that an assault will be attempted or not, only that there is a good chance of beating up the assaulter. hmm.

    So, i would think walking with a child would be a liability, but walking with my trained GSD would be an asset.

    Likewise, I go camping- as in, backpacking, armed, accompanied by the aforementioned GSD, quiet, off a trail not a campground. How is this the same risk category as a drunken boat-party?

    I don't get the raincoat question either.

    I know it is just for fun. I just raised my eyebrows at a few things :)

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    -8 So I'm still the dumb choice when the BG is seeking a target, according to some stranger somewhere.

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    13. Mostly from my profession I am guessing, as I deliver pizza.
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    Got a 36. Methinks yon test is seriously flawed. I don't engage in any high risk behavior.

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    I had a 7. I am unable to run. I walk a Basset Hound. But since I don't walk unarmed...I don't worry. I walk her during the day...when the Amish are going by in their buggys. I really don't think this test is THAT accurate.
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    Your total is -7.

    (Negative score) A minus score indicates that the criminal would be in danger FROM YOU. The greater the negative score...the greater the danger.
    That's a score I can live with. Just don't tell my wife about my girlfriend.

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