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    -16, I know I have some bad habits and I thought they'd get me a worse score. I guess that's not too bad.
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    i got a 0

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    -6.

    There are a couple of the risk factors I do, now and then. But, I tend to hold my cards close to my chest, randomize, and be circumspect. Always have. I hope I always will.

    That's a nice list, to start. The factors are also phrased in such a way that it's clear (even to those who don't think that way) which is considered the properly reduced-risk alternative.
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    -2 for me :)
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    +10 for me. Probably because of travel and no controlled access at work. They didn't ask me if I packed at work now did they?
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    -29. I work from home and I can run for miles. I always have a gun near me, unless I'm out and about in a blue state.

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    -36, 2nd degree black belt, always carry, never use ATM's period as I take care of all my banking during the day.

    Questions are interesting but not something to go by. I will say any further/deeper questions may not have been answered.
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    I actually thought a lot of the questions were quite relevant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bark'n View Post
    I got a -34
    Beat me
    Your total is -21.

    (Negative score) A minus score indicates that the criminal would be in danger FROM YOU. The greater the negative score...the greater the danger. 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.
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    so I got a +10, I can live with that due to the generality of the questions.
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    I got a +40. I travel a lot, have to wear an ID badge at work (though my "office" certainly has access control), and (obviously) travel worldwide. Plus I, you know, live.
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    -35,...... watch out BG's !!!!!

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