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The Will to Kill: A Study in the Mindset of Violence

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    They lucked out this time.
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    My wife would have no problem beating the smack out of someone,i'm sure.She is the process of getting her permit to carry.When there was an escaped prisoner in our area,she had the shotgun near her at all times while working from home.I'm proud of her.
    Some people are victims,some are not...
    funny story,one time I saw my aunt in the mall and she didn't see me.So I thought it would be funny to go up and snatch her purse...when I did she swung anound and threw a right hook at me!Luckily I'm fast for a fat guy and dodged the punch.Good to know she won't give in w/out a fight.
    Never give up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pgrass101 View Post
    This is something that I keep having to convince my wife of, she is afraid of hurting someone or something.
    Certainly not a problem with my wife, as characterized by her reference to Robert DeNiro in the movie "The Untouchables!"

    My only problem would be that she makes damn sure she hits the correct head if I'm in a struggle up close and personal with an intruder!
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    The couple was able to take away the intruder's gun and baseball bat.

    "Hit him! Hit him! Hit him!" Roger Angevine yelled to his wife.

    Again and again, Donna Angevine swung the bat at the man's head. She pleaded with him to stop fighting, but he continued.

    "Please stop fighting," she said. "I don't want to hurt you anymore."
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    Hit him?!?? Shoot the MF'er and keep shooting until he stops

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    Quote Originally Posted by pgrass101 View Post
    Since shooting it in our house was not an option, I told here to hit it in the head with a hammer as hard as she could. She was afraid to hit it hard because she didn't want to hurt it, while trying to kill it.
    very simple... all she'd had to do was to administer a lethal injection. If she'd thought that would've be too cruel, suggest an alcohol swab beforehand.

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    im pretty sure if i had managed to get the BGs gun away from him, i would have shot many times would depend on him..

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    Great read, and a good study in human nature.
    John Steinbeck: Don't pick a fight with an old man. If he's too old to fight, he'll just kill you.

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    Good read...great advice...but it is AMAZING how the adrenaline flow changes and muscle memory changes things also...
    Proverbs 27:12 says: “The prudent see danger and take refuge, but the simple keep going and suffer for it.”

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