The Tenth Crusade
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The Tenth Crusade
I think this took place in 2011 or 2010
A pervert come into my yard a year and a half ago, while I was away and tried to get 'fresh' with my Chow-Chow. My dog fought him off and chased him out of the yard. When I came home, I found my Chow on the front porch, and I couldn't understand how she got out, since she has never been able to open the back gate before. Several days later, while mowing, I found a sex toy concealed by the tall grass. That explained to me what happened earlier. I was outraged that a sicko would come into my yard and pull this crap. Three days later, I brought a pistol and a shotgun. If someone tries this again, and I'm home, they will leave a lot more than their 'toys' in my grass!
Oh Steve, that's sickening. Considering how fierce Chows can be that guy must have been nuttier than a squirrel's pantry.
Yes Dymphna, Chows can be very fierce. My only regret is that Chung Powe, my Chow-Chow, didn't bite the queer hard enough to leave a piece of himself behind. Their bite can be as strong as a pit bull. Thankfully, their disposition is a lot nicer. BTW, weirdo's who molest animals run a high risk of becoming child molesters or worst yet, serial killers. So, I hope the creeps mentioned in this post get the max from the judge.
Steve, I applaud your purchases, which are concrete steps to take responsibility for your own protection and the protection of those you love. As we like to say, "When seconds count, the police are only minutes away."That said, be sure to make yourself aware of the self-defense laws in the area where you live. In most of the USA, for example, lethal force can only be used in situations where a "reasonable person" would believe themselves to be an innocent victim (i.e. the attack is unprovoked) in immanent danger of death or serious bodily harm. Or, in defense of an innocent third party under those conditions. YMMV, depending on where you live. Also, in many US States the "castle doctrine" applies, which basically says that if someone breaks into your home while you are there, it is assumed that they intend serious injury or death to you.I'm not a lawyer, but as a firearms safety instructor, I do have some familiarity with these laws.
Steve, positively frightening.St. Albert - excellent advice, which I know Steve knows and follows.
@TTCAmen to that. Since Steve's comments about what he would do if the perp came back are EXACTLY what mine would be, I thought I'd mention a few general constraints. BTW, these constraints are pretty much parallel to those in the Catechism, cf CCC 2263-2265.Just for the information of your readers. I'm sure Steve already is aware of this also.
And I apologize if we've already gone too far down this rabbit hole. Didn't mean to, but I was born a pedant. Have mercy :D
In my neighborhood, a few months back, young mother of two little children was killed....by her own husband. The man wanted his wife out of the way to pursue an affair with his younger mistress. Until the police were able to arrest him, I slept with my Taurus 22 Cal. pistol on my nightstand. I slept a lot easier at nights knowing that pistol was there!
St. Albert, I love what you wrote. In fact, I depend upon readers to fill in my holes and contribute substance to what I and others are saying on this blog. You'd be surprised how many people show up here on a google search of this or that subject matter. Some of them may want substance to understand and others to get a better understanding so they can articulate it to a person being deceived. When people supplement, they are contributing to a purpose and salvation. Do not apologize!Steve, it sounds like time to move.
My neighborhood is basically safe,the attack on my dog, and the murder that took place are exceptions, not every day occurrences. It's the south side of Peoria, Il. that's crime ridden. It's as bad as Chicago's south side. Thankfully, I live very far from that area. Still, it's terrible to pick up your morning paper and read that another murder, usually gang related, has gone down on the south side.
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