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My Survival Story. The Case For Armed Citizens.

 
tiger1

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My Survival Story. The Case For Armed Citizens.
46 years ago when I was 13, my friend C. and I were attacked just outside the south entrance of our high school. An older male student tried to rape my friend C. It was lightly raining off and on that day, and I had a plaid umbrella with a plastic elephant handle, that I was carrying. At 13, I was not old enough to carry a gun. All I had was that umbrella. I fought the attacker off, who was armed with a switchblade. He left my friend C. alone, and went after me. I fought him off with the umbrella. I smacked him with it until he had let go of C., and then used it as a shield, when he slashed at me. I was screaming and yelling the whole time, and NO ONE helped us. The bell finally rang for us to go back into the school after lunch, and the attacker ran into the school. My umbrella was slashed to ribbons, my friend C. was a basket case, and the attacker had cut me on my right wrist, at the base of my thumb. I was so pumped up with adreniline during the attack, I had not realized that he had got me through the umbrella I was using to block his knife, until I saw the blood on my arm.
Long story short, because of the ongoing race riots at my school, the police chief and the school administrator made the attacker leave town to quell the situation. He went to Kansas City, and died there about 9 years ago. C. and I were told not to talk about this attack. Our parents were also told not to talk about the attack.
I wear the scar on my wrist as a badge of courage, and a reminder that the world is not a safe place to live in.
IF this attack had happened when I was an adult, there is no doubt in my mind, that I would have used my gun in self defense. I would not have hesitated to protect myself, and my friend C.
For you anti-self defense liberals out there, if you choose not to carry a gun for self protection, that is your choice. I choose to defend my life, my families lives, and the lives of my friends, when neccessary, by any means neccessary.
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46 years ago when I was 13, my friend C. and I were attacked just outside the south entrance of our high school. An older male student tried to rape my friend C. It was lightly raining off and on that day, and I had a plaid umbrella with a plastic elephant handle, that I was carrying. At 13, I was not old enough to carry a gun. All I had was that umbrella. I fought the attacker off, who was armed with a switchblade. He left my friend C. alone, and went after me. I fought him off with the umbrella. I smacked him with it until he had let go of C., and then used it as a shield, when he slashed at me. I was screaming and yelling the whole time, and NO ONE helped us. The bell finally rang for us to go back into the school after lunch, and the attacker ran into the school. My umbrella was slashed to ribbons, my friend C. was a basket case, and the attacker had cut me on my right wrist, at the base of my thumb. I was so pumped up with adreniline during the attack, I had not realized that he had got me through the umbrella I was using to block his knife, until I saw the blood on my arm.
Long story short, because of the ongoing race riots at my school, the police chief and the school administrator made the attacker leave town to quell the situation. He went to Kansas City, and died there about 9 years ago. C. and I were told not to talk about this attack. Our parents were also told not to talk about the attack.
I wear the scar on my wrist as a badge of courage, and a reminder that the world is not a safe place to live in.
IF this attack had happened when I was an adult, there is no doubt in my mind, that I would have used my gun in self defense. I would not have hesitated to protect myself, and my friend C.
For you anti-self defense liberals out there, if you choose not to carry a gun for self protection, that is your choice. I choose to defend my life, my families lives, and the lives of my friends, when neccessary, by any means neccessary.
 Quoting: tiger1


Exactly
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Where is the response from the liberals?
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I wouldn't be here today if my husband had not been armed. We were in a crowded minimart/gas station when 3 men tried to kidnap me. We had noticed them when we drove up - dressed in expensive suits driving a convertible BMW - very out of place in this little town. But a major highway goes through the town. My husband was standing in line to get some lottery tickets and I was looking at the goodies in the pastry case. Two of the men came in & positioned themselves at the beverage cases at 2 back walls. Later, my husband told me that he knew something was about to go down when the two had positioned themselves in the store but thought it would be an armed robbery or some kind of hit. So he was on alert. The third man came through the door last, walked up to me and asked me if I wanted to go to Reno with him & then to L.V. and told me he'd show me a good time. I said no & turned away.

He grabbed me by the arm and started pulling me to the door just as my husband stepped out of line. My husband yelled at him & the man went for his gun inside his suit. My husband was quicker on the draw and got his gun out first and the man ran out the door. The other two followed & they drove away. A clerk had called the cops apparently & one of the two that were positioned on the back walls had yelled to the man who had grabbed me, "They called the cops!"

The police did not catch them but told my husband that the men were probably drug mafia that the police had been aware of making stops in our little town on their way to Reno. They told him that if the men had been successful that I would have been found in a ditch somewhere at the end of the week-end!

You just never know when it can happen to you.
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I wouldn't be here today if my husband had not been armed. We were in a crowded minimart/gas station when 3 men tried to kidnap me. We had noticed them when we drove up - dressed in expensive suits driving a convertible BMW - very out of place in this little town. But a major highway goes through the town. My husband was standing in line to get some lottery tickets and I was looking at the goodies in the pastry case. Two of the men came in & positioned themselves at the beverage cases at 2 back walls. Later, my husband told me that he knew something was about to go down when the two had positioned themselves in the store but thought it would be an armed robbery or some kind of hit. So he was on alert. The third man came through the door last, walked up to me and asked me if I wanted to go to Reno with him & then to L.V. and told me he'd show me a good time. I said no & turned away.

He grabbed me by the arm and started pulling me to the door just as my husband stepped out of line. My husband yelled at him & the man went for his gun inside his suit. My husband was quicker on the draw and got his gun out first and the man ran out the door. The other two followed & they drove away. A clerk had called the cops apparently & one of the two that were positioned on the back walls had yelled to the man who had grabbed me, "They called the cops!"

The police did not catch them but told my husband that the men were probably drug mafia that the police had been aware of making stops in our little town on their way to Reno. They told him that if the men had been successful that I would have been found in a ditch somewhere at the end of the week-end!

You just never know when it can happen to you.
 Quoting: January Wolves


Thank you for posting your story. When the good people get their guns taken away, only 2 groups of criminals will have them, the street thugs and the politicians.
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I wouldn't be here today if my husband had not been armed. We were in a crowded minimart/gas station when 3 men tried to kidnap me. We had noticed them when we drove up - dressed in expensive suits driving a convertible BMW - very out of place in this little town. But a major highway goes through the town. My husband was standing in line to get some lottery tickets and I was looking at the goodies in the pastry case. Two of the men came in & positioned themselves at the beverage cases at 2 back walls. Later, my husband told me that he knew something was about to go down when the two had positioned themselves in the store but thought it would be an armed robbery or some kind of hit. So he was on alert. The third man came through the door last, walked up to me and asked me if I wanted to go to Reno with him & then to L.V. and told me he'd show me a good time. I said no & turned away.

He grabbed me by the arm and started pulling me to the door just as my husband stepped out of line. My husband yelled at him & the man went for his gun inside his suit. My husband was quicker on the draw and got his gun out first and the man ran out the door. The other two followed & they drove away. A clerk had called the cops apparently & one of the two that were positioned on the back walls had yelled to the man who had grabbed me, "They called the cops!"

The police did not catch them but told my husband that the men were probably drug mafia that the police had been aware of making stops in our little town on their way to Reno. They told him that if the men had been successful that I would have been found in a ditch somewhere at the end of the week-end!

You just never know when it can happen to you.
 Quoting: January Wolves


Thank you for posting your story. When the good people get their guns taken away, only 2 groups of criminals will have them, the street thugs and the politicians.
 Quoting: tiger1


didn't you mean the criminals and the government? But I repeat myself.
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Thanks for posting Tiger1 and January Wolves. We live in a scary world.
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That's awful! I'm so sorry you had to go through that. This is a perfect example of why we need to be armed. Otherwise, the only people who would have guns would be criminals.

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"Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the LORD your God goes with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you." - Matthew 22: 37-39

"What good will it be for a man if he gains the whole world, yet forfeits his soul? Or what can a man give in exchange for his soul?" - Galatians 5: 22-23
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46 years ago when I was 13, my friend C. and I were attacked just outside the south entrance of our high school. An older male student tried to rape my friend C. It was lightly raining off and on that day, and I had a plaid umbrella with a plastic elephant handle, that I was carrying. At 13, I was not old enough to carry a gun. All I had was that umbrella. I fought the attacker off, who was armed with a switchblade. He left my friend C. alone, and went after me. I fought him off with the umbrella. I smacked him with it until he had let go of C., and then used it as a shield, when he slashed at me. I was screaming and yelling the whole time, and NO ONE helped us. The bell finally rang for us to go back into the school after lunch, and the attacker ran into the school. My umbrella was slashed to ribbons, my friend C. was a basket case, and the attacker had cut me on my right wrist, at the base of my thumb. I was so pumped up with adreniline during the attack, I had not realized that he had got me through the umbrella I was using to block his knife, until I saw the blood on my arm.
Long story short, because of the ongoing race riots at my school, the police chief and the school administrator made the attacker leave town to quell the situation. He went to Kansas City, and died there about 9 years ago. C. and I were told not to talk about this attack. Our parents were also told not to talk about the attack.
I wear the scar on my wrist as a badge of courage, and a reminder that the world is not a safe place to live in.
IF this attack had happened when I was an adult, there is no doubt in my mind, that I would have used my gun in self defense. I would not have hesitated to protect myself, and my friend C.
For you anti-self defense liberals out there, if you choose not to carry a gun for self protection, that is your choice. I choose to defend my life, my families lives, and the lives of my friends, when neccessary, by any means neccessary.
 Quoting: tiger1


Fortunately, you could tell this story. There are two potential violators of man's rights: the criminals and the government. Smiley
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That's awful! I'm so sorry you had to go through that. This is a perfect example of why we need to be armed. Otherwise, the only people who would have guns would be criminals.
 Quoting: Dease


We have much to fear from a government who thinks nothing of illegally and secretly arming Mexico's drug cartels, but tells the honest citizens they have no right to arms to defend themselves.
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46 years ago when I was 13, my friend C. and I were attacked just outside the south entrance of our high school. An older male student tried to rape my friend C. It was lightly raining off and on that day, and I had a plaid umbrella with a plastic elephant handle, that I was carrying. At 13, I was not old enough to carry a gun. All I had was that umbrella. I fought the attacker off, who was armed with a switchblade. He left my friend C. alone, and went after me. I fought him off with the umbrella. I smacked him with it until he had let go of C., and then used it as a shield, when he slashed at me. I was screaming and yelling the whole time, and NO ONE helped us. The bell finally rang for us to go back into the school after lunch, and the attacker ran into the school. My umbrella was slashed to ribbons, my friend C. was a basket case, and the attacker had cut me on my right wrist, at the base of my thumb. I was so pumped up with adreniline during the attack, I had not realized that he had got me through the umbrella I was using to block his knife, until I saw the blood on my arm.
Long story short, because of the ongoing race riots at my school, the police chief and the school administrator made the attacker leave town to quell the situation. He went to Kansas City, and died there about 9 years ago. C. and I were told not to talk about this attack. Our parents were also told not to talk about the attack.
I wear the scar on my wrist as a badge of courage, and a reminder that the world is not a safe place to live in.
IF this attack had happened when I was an adult, there is no doubt in my mind, that I would have used my gun in self defense. I would not have hesitated to protect myself, and my friend C.
For you anti-self defense liberals out there, if you choose not to carry a gun for self protection, that is your choice. I choose to defend my life, my families lives, and the lives of my friends, when neccessary, by any means neccessary.
 Quoting: tiger1


Fortunately, you could tell this story. There are two potential violators of man's rights: the criminals and the government. Smiley
 Quoting: smilesun


If I didn't have the umbrella, I might not be here talking to you all today.
The 2 threats to freedom and safety are the criminals and the government.
Anyone who would give up freedom for security will have neither.
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They want us disarmed so they can impose whatever they will with impunity. You are accosted again. They want to pull your teeth.
Worry is a misuse of the imagination.
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I am really glad you are okay, this story is really upsetting :(
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Silly OP, didn't the school teach you that you were supposed to curl up into a ball when attacked?

Or at least that's what they teach now. I personally prefer your method.
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46 years ago when I was 13, my friend C. and I were attacked just outside the south entrance of our high school. An older male student tried to rape my friend C. It was lightly raining off and on that day, and I had a plaid umbrella with a plastic elephant handle, that I was carrying. At 13, I was not old enough to carry a gun. All I had was that umbrella. I fought the attacker off, who was armed with a switchblade. He left my friend C. alone, and went after me. I fought him off with the umbrella. I smacked him with it until he had let go of C., and then used it as a shield, when he slashed at me. I was screaming and yelling the whole time, and NO ONE helped us. The bell finally rang for us to go back into the school after lunch, and the attacker ran into the school. My umbrella was slashed to ribbons, my friend C. was a basket case, and the attacker had cut me on my right wrist, at the base of my thumb. I was so pumped up with adreniline during the attack, I had not realized that he had got me through the umbrella I was using to block his knife, until I saw the blood on my arm.
Long story short, because of the ongoing race riots at my school, the police chief and the school administrator made the attacker leave town to quell the situation. He went to Kansas City, and died there about 9 years ago. C. and I were told not to talk about this attack. Our parents were also told not to talk about the attack.
I wear the scar on my wrist as a badge of courage, and a reminder that the world is not a safe place to live in.
IF this attack had happened when I was an adult, there is no doubt in my mind, that I would have used my gun in self defense. I would not have hesitated to protect myself, and my friend C.
For you anti-self defense liberals out there, if you choose not to carry a gun for self protection, that is your choice. I choose to defend my life, my families lives, and the lives of my friends, when neccessary, by any means neccessary.
 Quoting: tiger1


:way...:

Libtards would prefer everyone becomes victims.
Buncha idiots!
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They want us disarmed so they can impose whatever they will with impunity. You are accosted again. They want to pull your teeth.
 Quoting: Kirk


Repeat 1776.
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I am really glad you are okay, this story is really upsetting :(
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I think the cover-up was the worst part of it, in a way.
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Silly OP, didn't the school teach you that you were supposed to curl up into a ball when attacked?

Or at least that's what they teach now. I personally prefer your method.
 Quoting: samanthasunflower


Self preservation and self reliance, for survival.

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46 years ago when I was 13, my friend C. and I were attacked just outside the south entrance of our high school. An older male student tried to rape my friend C. It was lightly raining off and on that day, and I had a plaid umbrella with a plastic elephant handle, that I was carrying. At 13, I was not old enough to carry a gun. All I had was that umbrella. I fought the attacker off, who was armed with a switchblade. He left my friend C. alone, and went after me. I fought him off with the umbrella. I smacked him with it until he had let go of C., and then used it as a shield, when he slashed at me. I was screaming and yelling the whole time, and NO ONE helped us. The bell finally rang for us to go back into the school after lunch, and the attacker ran into the school. My umbrella was slashed to ribbons, my friend C. was a basket case, and the attacker had cut me on my right wrist, at the base of my thumb. I was so pumped up with adreniline during the attack, I had not realized that he had got me through the umbrella I was using to block his knife, until I saw the blood on my arm.
Long story short, because of the ongoing race riots at my school, the police chief and the school administrator made the attacker leave town to quell the situation. He went to Kansas City, and died there about 9 years ago. C. and I were told not to talk about this attack. Our parents were also told not to talk about the attack.
I wear the scar on my wrist as a badge of courage, and a reminder that the world is not a safe place to live in.
IF this attack had happened when I was an adult, there is no doubt in my mind, that I would have used my gun in self defense. I would not have hesitated to protect myself, and my friend C.
For you anti-self defense liberals out there, if you choose not to carry a gun for self protection, that is your choice. I choose to defend my life, my families lives, and the lives of my friends, when neccessary, by any means neccessary.
 Quoting: tiger1


:way...:

Libtards would prefer everyone becomes victims.
Buncha idiots!
 Quoting: Tanarus


Yet several of the more prominent libs have been caught with guns. The hypocrits do the "do as I say, not what I do".
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