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Sadness, and a reminder for vigilance

The news lately has been a constant stream of deadly shootings—Oakland, Binghamton, Pittsburgh, and God knows where next—and our brothers and sisters are facing suspects filled with a terrible intent, often to kill as many police officers as possible.

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Self talk and your survival

While pop psychologists, pundits, and fools will talk about gun control, better screening for psychological misfits, and other issues they hope to maneuver into the public eye for power or profit, you will still be taking calls. Calls that will have the same ambiguity they always have, with deadly routine like a co-conspirator whispering in your ear, “You’ve done this before, don’t worry...”

The whisper: “We know this address, this car looks safe, this alarm is always false, this building is always empty...don’t worry!”

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