Just walk into the bank with a handgun and yell "put all your money in
this big, dark bag that I can't see what you're putting into the bag,
and I'll turn and look the other way now, tell me when it's done".
They will give you one for free.
Christopher A. Young
You can\'t shout down a troll.
If you want to be evil, hide a bunch of keys in lots of obvious and
non-obvious places.. Only you know which key actually works in your
locks.. The rest are similar (same brand, same keyway), and fit into,
but will not operate the locks. If you have had your locks rekeyed, use
the old keys, or ask your local locksmith for some mis-cut keys..
-- Welcome My Son, Welcome To The Machine --
Bob Vaughan | techie @ tantivy.net |
On Sun, 26 Nov 2006 23:54:12 +0000 (UTC), email@example.com
(Bob Vaughan) wrote:
How about labeling the key you use with a nonexistent address in
One thing I heard a few years ago was to put a note on your door. One
that appears to be written to a family member warning of the poisonous
south American snakes loose inside (the real family members know you
don't have any snakes).
such venomous snakes generally require permits to keep,standards for their
housing and care,they have the potential for escape and harming others.
They also will not discriminate between a burglar and you,your family,or
someone's curious kid.
Nor will any real thieves pay attention to your little "note".
have a friend who got locked out once, he cemented a stub of
galavanized pipe into a wall under his porch, hid the key inide the
pipe and screwed on a cap. i seriously doubt anyone would think of
When I lived alone I had a spare key taped to the wiring just inside my
pole light. screwdriver outside, loosened one screw, removed top got
key used that once, neighbor walked up and noted so thats where you
hide your key:(
I have taped spare car key to wiring harness under car. inconveient but
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