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Thursday, November 24, 2011

10 Top Tips to End Burglary

"You can fool too many of the people too much of the time." - James Thurber


10 Top Tips to End Burglary

1. Don't carry around crowbars.

2. When you see a house that has been unoccupied for a long time, leave it alone.

3. Occupy yourself so you won't think of or have time to break into people's houses.

4. If you drive by a house, don't break into it.

5. USE THE BUDDY SYSTEM! If you are not able to stop yourself from breaking into houses, ask a friend to stay with you while you are in public.

6. Buy an alarm! If you are worried you might break into a house you can hand it to the person you are with, so they can call the police.

7. If you see a house with an open door or window, don't rob it.

8. Don't break into people's houses.

9. Do I really need to continue?


Burglary Prevention Tips

"The burglary basics:

Make your home look occupied, and make it difficult to break in.

Lock all outside doors and windows before you leave the house or go to bed. Even if it is for a short time, lock your doors.

Leave lights on when you go out. If you are going to be away for a length of time, connect some lamps to automatic timers to turn them on in the evening and off during the day.

Keep your garage door closed and locked.

Don't allow daily deliveries of mail, newspapers or flyers build up while you are away. Arrange with the Post Office to hold your mail, or arrange for a friend or neighbor to take them regularly.

Arrange for your lawn to be mowed if you are going away for an extended time.

Check your locks on doors and windows and replace them with secure devices as necessary.

Pushbutton locks on doorknobs are easy for burglars to open. Install deadbolt locks on all your outside doors.

Sliding glass doors are vulnerable. Special locks are available for better security.

Other windows may need better locks. Check with a locksmith or hardware store for alternatives."

"10 Top Tips to End Rape"

Responsibility AWAREness

"Approaching American self-defence expert Marc MacYoung (again on Facebook), I held a brief discussion with him...

'[I]t is the opinion of myself and many other personal safety experts that many of these advocacy groups are promoting ideas that guarantee they always have a client base. With the information they give about a woman’s ‘rights’ to behave in dangerous and stupid ways, they are guaranteeing there will be a never-ending supply of rape victims for them to ‘help.’…

[L]ook into the funding that AWARE Singapore is getting and their political/legal lobbying and activities. The big money isn’t in the front lines actually helping women who were raped (Here in the States, most of the front line people are volunteers). The big money is in administration, ‘education’ fees, lobbying, medical and psychological funding'"
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