Close call with the cops this week
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July 12th, 2012 02:40 PM
Having a motion sensor light and not having it turned on is like carrying some .45 cartridges around with you but no gun to fire them with. Both useless. If need be, replace the sensor lights with some newer ones which have the ability to not turn on for small animals. Or just do like we do and leave our porch light on all night. It is darkness which the criminal feeds on (most of the time) so the more light, the less likely your house will be chosen. If you don't leave any lights on, it garners them a place to not be seen while trying to break in, steal outside stuff, etc.
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July 12th, 2012 05:02 PM
when is it not appropriate? not kidding
the fact is if its after a certain time.. by my standards.... i always am armed but not openly.. my bathrobes have deep pockets for a reason or my doggies are drooling by my side waiting to aggressively lick and snuggle any BG into submission..
(not meant to sound smart ass as i value some of your input. And i do know sometimes there are some smart ass posts and ******* matches..LOL)
Originally Posted by barstoolguru
July 12th, 2012 05:06 PM
+1 Well said
Originally Posted by accessbob
I have a motion sensor light in front, love it. We spend thousands on guns and ammo here, but for a $50-100 you can get a light that will prevent more crime than all those guns will. OP just needs to turn it on :)
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July 13th, 2012 02:32 AM
Hey Jerry - How do you know when there's a drummer at your door?
The knocking gets louder and he doesn't know when to come in.
What do you do if there is a bass player at your door?
Pay for the pizza. Eventually they get the point and leave.
It's kind of like how some people have a sudden and insatiable desire to talk about vampires after the Twilight series became popular, except zombies are much less gay and more likely to exist one day
July 13th, 2012 04:02 AM
Very good response, and a great idea as well.
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July 15th, 2012 03:46 PM
Originally Posted by l1a1
I play the drums & the bass guitar! I am the guy who keeps the rest of the pack in tempo. I also pack a Ruger LCP .380 when I am at my gigs. Since you just cannot trust anyone out there these days, especially the garage apartment across the alley from my garage that is notorious for housing drug dealers and I have to look at the place coming and going.
I think the OP did fine, it could have been much worse.
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July 16th, 2012 12:58 PM
I like my security screen. Can't see in, and I can aim dead at your skull without you knowing.
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