Good: Too young to have a gun of her own...

Good: Too young to have a gun of her own...

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    Good: Too young to have a gun of her own...

    ...She used a butcher knife to stop a home invasion!

    Story here: http://blogs.houstonpress.com/hairba...bs_invader.php
    Rats!
    It could be worse!
    I suppose


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    That is one tough gal!!

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    Throw on a "Jason" Hockey mask and charge the BG's while holding a Butcher Knife and they will leave plenty of "yellow" DNA behind
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    Too bad the young lady didn't have access to a gun like the 12 YO in Oklahoma. Maybe she could have cleaned up the gene pool a little bit.

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    Bravo Zulu ypung lady!
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    That a girl!!!
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    Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay to go. She was NOT going to be a victim.

    As the old saying goes " look into my eyes if you don't believe me" .... LOL
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    If anyone knows her, please pass on a pat on the back and a "Way to go" from me, please.

    And pass this link to her. Butcher knives are not so good for stabbing:

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    Glad she didn't know she shouldn't use a Butcher knife. Her instincts were right on.

    She didn't answer the door. When he smashed his way into the house, which had to be terrifying, in she didn't hesitate: grabbed the best weapon she had, got between a 26 year old male and her younger siblings, successfully stopped his attack. That was an act of pure selfless courage on her part. I'd bet large she doesn't even think it's unusual, it's how she's wired.

    What ever "it" is, she has 'it'.

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