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Body language and cowardly BG.

This is a discussion on Body language and cowardly BG. within the In the News: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Originally Posted by raevan The right sound loud enough does wonders. Hope you feel better. I know that if I feel like I'm abought to ...

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    Same Feelings Here...

    Quote Originally Posted by raevan View Post
    The right sound loud enough does wonders. Hope you feel better.
    I know that if I feel like I'm abought to die and someone attacks me I intend to make them feel just as bad as I do.

    As I get older and it is harder to move fast I become much more aware of who and what is around me.
    I want to harm no one...but I WILL respond...without mercy!


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    I never even thought about calling the cops. I guess I was too preoccupied with how I was feeling that I didn't care. The clinic was closed and that made me even madder about the whole thing.
    I did go somewhere else, got evaluated and came home with bunch a prescription for antibiotics and percocet. Feeling a lot better now.

    Betty has a point. I am the kind of guy that when sick has a low tolerance for BS (unless wifey is around and then I become a big baby ) and being like that makes one more dangerous. Cornered animal type of behavior.
    But I am going to have to talk to the PD anyways. I'll give them a description of the subject and ask if they can BOLO around the area.
    You have to make the shot when fire is smoking, people are screaming, dogs are barking, kids are crying and sirens are coming.
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    I have experienced similar situations in the past, but that is most likely due to the fact that on occasion I find it necessary to walk with a cane. As it was due to an old injury, some days I don’t need my cane, other days I can’t go without. The difference in the way I’m treated when I have it with me is rather astonishing.
    I would rather not go into details on incidents, but I would say it’s good advice to never underestimate the usefulness of a sturdy cane.

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