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Harman 1 month ago
#2 Fighting mental illness... There. Fixed it

#3 Don't use a bat for self protection, especially if there is a chance someone might grab it from you. Further, unless you've got a big house, there'll be no room to swing.
       
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Midge 1 month ago
Harman,
in most states you don't have the right to attack your attacker. you must find a way to retreat if it's available or the criminal could sue you.
       
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Margo 1 month ago
Midge, you are wrong. I don't know where you went to law school but you should ask for a refund.
       
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Cally 1 month ago
Margo,

Not sure about the US and different state laws but in The Netherlands there is no stand your ground rule. Even if the burgler is treating you and you hurt him in defence while you had a way to flee you could get sued. It makes absolutely no sense. One of the exceptions where US law is better :p.
       
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Obed 1 month ago
Midge,
I guess Midge never heard of stand your ground or the castle doctrine. Good thing people don't come here for legal advice.
       
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Carmellia 1 month ago
Harman,

This method works only one's hit
       
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Sis 1 month ago
#1 Yes, because it's owner will be incapacitated and it would be a cinch to take their wallet/purse. Just a handy tip...
       
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Shaina 1 month ago
If you find yourself in a situation where you absolutely have to fight, hit first. Of course, you'll likely be found at fault, but at least you might not get your @$$ kicked.
       
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Reynold 1 month ago
#18 who turns their wheels to the left while waiting to make a left turn? Seriously. They don't teach because no one actually does this...
       
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Laurie 1 month ago
Reynold,
People who pull out into the intersection while waiting for a gap in oncoming traffic. Their eagerness to take advantage of that has them turning their wheels in anticipation.
Seriously. See it all the time. Because they no longer teach it.
       
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Cyrus 1 month ago
Reynold,

Who is this "they"? Nearly everyone I know has got their driver license by having a parent or sibling teach them techniques and laws from a small booklet. There is no "teach" unless they are forced to by a court (for bad driving) or to to get a CDL (Although classes are not required either just another booklet, and practice before driving test). Solo who is "they"?
       
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Bridget 1 month ago
Cyrus, there was a time when Driver's Education was an elective course in public high schools in major cities. There are private driving schools, also. There's your "they".
       
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Jos 1 month ago
#1,#11,#16 are great tips, but save someone else’s life.
       
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