Cute device to fool burglars and snoops into believing someone is home
without using a lot of power and wearing out your TV. ^_^
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In spite of the fact that there's supposedly a gun in about half of all
US homes - which is supposed to act as a deterrent against this sort of
Or is it that the theft of firearms from homes actually *causes* an
increase in home burglary?
A gun will only stop a burglar if the owner is home to use it. Burglars are
cowards that break in when there is nobody home to stop them.
Firearms are just one the the things they can take to sell for quick cash
along with jewelry and electronics. If they just wanted a gun to pull off a
robbery they could more easily get it from one of their criminal friends.
I darn near killed a burglar with my bare hands after I came upon him in
my office/warehouse when he made the mistake of throwing a brick at
my face which I dodged then stomped him until he quit twitching. I
thought the vermin was dead but he came to when I started to drag his
corpse out to my truck to find a distant dumpster to deposit it in. It
shook me up that I almost killed a man by reflex so I bought a big
pepper spray canister and started bathing burglars and trespassers with
it after that. o_O
Be aware that pepper spray (capsicum) is not effective on all
individuals, including those intoxicated with alcohol. Spraying such
individuals will at best serve as a minor distraction, and will at worse
result in your being incapacitated by your own spray.
There is a reason that most in law enforcement have moved on to using
electro-neural disruption technology (Taser) as their primary means of
"less than lethal" force.
If the new model is actually three (3) times brighter it is simply too
bright in my opinion. Ours is set approximately twenty-five (25) feet
from the windows and from the outside it looks exactly like a TeeVee is on.
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