Do You Feel Safe On Lonely, Deserted Roads?



adfnio

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That's a bit out of my comfort zone for sure. I refuse to go anywhere where I don't fell safe and secure. You are nuts if you think you are safe. Bad things happen all time, but you increase your chances if you go to places you are unfamiliar with.
 

Volnix

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jhuskey said:
Cell phone towers take up space where a good moonshine still can be producing. Dang waste of space.

"All they could say is he was eaten by a gator " :D

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aE8WFL34rsI
 

Weatherby

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adfnio said:
That's a bit out of my comfort zone for sure. I refuse to go anywhere where I don't fell safe and secure. You are nuts if you think you are safe. Bad things happen all time, but you increase your chances if you go to places you are unfamiliar with.
Are you afraid of the dark, too?

Guns aren't allowed in Australia, so, I would feel perfectly safe there. Nobody has guns. What can happen unlike in the USA where a nutty cyclist might have a handgun like a Sig P938 tucked away.

Since Australian banned guns, accidental fireams deaths are 2-300% higher than before the ban, he assault rate has increased 800% and I forget the rape stats but it is open season on your women.