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You can be both, I do need queen that can fight when I'm not around. :p


You need Ishtar in your life.



Don't need Goddess! Need Human female :p.
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donterase wrote:

get a cat


Not a dog?
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Do you own a gun dahh
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Freddy96NO wrote:

I got lazers all around me!

Also its fun having strangers on visits, now we just have a party!!!

oh well depends on who was braking in and why (personal/stalking other, or stealing etc)

donterase wrote:
dont get a gun if your not willing to kill.
stupid reason.
Sure, if they are so focused on not harming them even if its a gun vs gun (or any other weapon)
also with many its quite the difficult mental state they are put in when they are constantly thinking about the gun they have and might act or shoot at anything suspicious (sometimes quite related to female users that never been in any form of combat that use it as a chance that might get a bit over the top and shoots as with anyone in such state)



I think most people who break into homes aren't willing to kill. Those kinds of hardened criminals are probably targeting stores and not apartments.

but you can always 1. Buy a stun gun. 2. Aim for his extremities! ? Just shoot the leg and it's gg.
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lambofgenesis wrote:
I think most people who break into homes aren't willing to kill.
being willing to or not isn't the question.. as most things can happend.
are not willing to understand what people could find and do.

Posted 4/27/16 , edited 4/28/16
wtf if there coming for my toys there dead meat I don't think twice just due it!
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Bratty1 wrote:
wtf if there coming for my toys there dead meat I don't think twice just due it!
They hit the short end of the stick?
I guess they would fly away!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wF-nHK__9xs

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The only thing worth stealing in this house is toilet paper.
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The only thing worth stealing in this house is toilet paper.
but I tried to steal your heart does that count?

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First off keep your doors and windows locked. I know that sounds obvious, but if it's harder to steal from you than someone else, they might go elsewhere. I lived next door to someone and they got robbed while they were home. Someone was going around trying all the doorknobs, and when they found a place open, they just walked right in. She was asleep on the couch, and they stole her stuff without waking her up, she didn't wake up until she heard the door closing behind them as they were leaving.

2: Get a dog! Not only will that discourage the bad guys, but they can also warn you if the house is on fire, etc. Getting a trained one is expensive, but you can take it to obedience school and have it trained to alert you if anyone comes in the house (or tries to come in the house)

3: Change your locks! Buy the kind that can't be picked. Usually the locks on your place are cheap, and you have no idea how many people have had the key in the past, former tenants, friends etc. Change all the locks, including the ones inside your house/apartment.

4. When you leave the house make sure a tv, or a talk radio station is on, so that it gives the impression someone might be home. A timer light might be a good idea too, especially if your gone for long periods of time.

5: Install motion sensor lights. Another inexpensive item is a two way, four station intercom. They are battery powered and you can mount one speaker near your front door. You don't have to open the door or look through the peephole to see someone there. You can turn up the volume and you can hear close whispering or a conversation on the street.

I got these suggestions from a book called "Secure from Crime, how to be your own bodyguard" Second edition by Craig Huber and Don Paul. There are lots of books out there that will have good ideas. I would recommend you find a book for more ideas.
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good thing my imouto is a cop
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We live in an area that has had several break-ins. Our house has an electronic gate system and motion lights. We also keep the outside lit up to a certain degree at night with solar lights. I make a point of never leaving the home to appear empty or dark and locks are pretty secure, but anything can happen.

I came home when I was younger and managed to surprise someone who had broken into my home. It felt completely violating and terrifying.

I also keep an item at beside in case I ever have an intruder during the night, but we do not keep firearms for personal reasons( I am not against them, but they are not for us). I have a plan in place for the kids as well. This may seem over the top, but I am aware things truly happen after my previous experience, and my better half is a business consultant who travels often so better safe than sorry. I only wish we could have a dog in the home.

But for the most part, living in the city I try to educate my children on safety while not promoting fear.
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Freddy96NO wrote:


FlyinDumpling wrote:
The only thing worth stealing in this house is toilet paper.
but I tried to steal your heart does that count?

sorry i don't have a heart
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