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Pinkerton would be proud!

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    Pinkerton would be proud!

    A local news report on a growing trend in our area.
    Houston neighborhood turns to private security firm for protection | khou.com Houston
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    More security is cool, but there's still a problem.

    "When a young mother in the neighborhood was recently stabbed multiple times in front of her children, a Seal security officer was the first to arrive on scene."

    Nothing beats 'being personally armed'. Yes, more security is useful, but in this case, they were just in time to make the report instead of putting the dirtbag into the coroner's van.

    Had the young mother been armed, she could have perforated the assailant right on the spot.
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    Look for more of this as government can no longer afford to provide services at the same level that it previously did.

    Expect more potholes and longer disruptions in services after a disaster.

    Of course no one in political office will admit that the coffers contain nothing but promises and unicorn dust.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    More security is cool, but there's still a problem.

    "When a young mother in the neighborhood was recently stabbed multiple times in front of her children, a Seal security officer was the first to arrive on scene."

    Nothing beats 'being personally armed'. Yes, more security is useful, but in this case, they were just in time to make the report instead of putting the dirtbag into the coroner's van.

    Had the young mother been armed, she could have perforated the assailant right on the spot.
    I think you meant "perforated the assailant. But as you chose to use the word "perorated," her
    peroration might have been, "stop or I'll shoot, bang!" That would have been an appropriate
    grandiloquent finale to her oration on the matter.
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    Contracted police force..Interesting....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopyard View Post
    I think you meant "perforated the assailant. But as you chose to use the word "perorated," her
    peroration might have been, "stop or I'll shoot, bang!" That would have been an appropriate
    grandiloquent finale to her oration on the matter.
    Yep, 'perforated'...old eyes...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopyard View Post
    grandiloquent???
    AHA!! A new word for us to pontificate on. Just wish I knew what 'grandiloquent meant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NONAME762 View Post
    AHA!! A new word for us to pontificate on. Just wish I knew what 'grandiloquent meant.
    No worries. It is just a rather silly word, the use of which rarely adds clarity to a statement and implies that the user probably spends too much time alone in dark closets. Sorry for the run-on sentence Hopy.
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    Company police or police is good but a security guard is only a paid set of eyes to call 911. If a security guard does anything more then he or she is stepping out of the bounds of their job description.
    The police are not there to protect you from crime, they are there to arrest the guy after the crime has been committed, assuming they find him. It is your responsibility to protect yourself and your family.

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    A neighborhood that can afford hired security is too rich for my blood. I am my own armed security team.
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    Quote Originally Posted by commonground View Post
    So what's wrong with spending time alone in a dark closet?
    Depends on what you are doing in there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopyard View Post
    I think you meant "perforated the assailant. But as you chose to use the word "perorated," her
    peroration might have been, "stop or I'll shoot, bang!" That would have been an appropriate
    grandiloquent finale to her oration on the matter.
    Nicely done Sir. Yet I fear your bombast has derailed this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard58 View Post
    Company police or police is good but a security guard is only a paid set of eyes to call 911. If a security guard does anything more then he or she is stepping out of the bounds of their job description.
    That all depends on the job they were hired for. A lot of people are learning that private contractors are a better option for them than LEOs. Not being the government the Constitution does not prohibit us from doing things that the police can't do. We can enforce your policies. If the cops do it it is called official oppression.
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    Sharpstown in Houston , rough neighborhood. My wife used to work in a gated office complex there. At night i would pick her up... Even the Hookers looked tough.

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