Crime in the DR

Sailor51

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I loaded the end of a small umbrella, it doesn't open anymore but would be quite a deterrent without being as menacing as a walking stick.
Well okay to that. But ... I've seen several "religious" movies and they all had walking sticks.
Coolest one? 'Circle of Iron' with David Carridean.
 
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Caonabo

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I have been retired in the DR since 2003. I have all the time in the world not having to report to anyone since then.

I see that you don't understand what a logical fallacy is. A logical fallacy has nothing to to with the law, but instead is an improper thought process leading to erroneous conclusions. There is always time to learn something new, like how to think without using logical fallacy as a basis for conclusions as you do.

I fully understand what a logical fallacy is, and it's reference or definition plays no part within this thread line regarding "Crime in the DR", nor my prior assertion towards you regarding a court of law. The court of law reference was inserted due to the fact that most of your retaliatory postings resemble arguments that would be entered into the record by junior associates of DLA Piper and Clifford Chance, and my reluctance to participate within such contests of absolute boredom.
But yet, once again, you miss the point of an assertion because you can only see the world through your :cool:, which of course is your prerogative. As a person who has been sitting around for 18 years with not much to do, watching the sun rise and sun set every day could become stale after a while. This is understood, and is why I choose to keep myself busy. Thank goodness for Al Gore's internet.
I would love to continue, but time for me to catch a bird.
Enjoy your day, as you so see fit.
 
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CristoRey

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I would love to continue, but time for me to catch a bird...
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Caonabo

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Actually, I will be putting to use some home defense weaponry systems that several DR1 members have recommended to me.
I heartfully thank them (they know who they are), and the next couple of weeks will be adventurous to say the least.
 

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I am reminded of a fellow who bought a house on the internet.

He decided to sell a few years later only to discover his title was bogus.

It get better

Getting ready to move
He called the movers..... they came and gave him an estimate - $10,000US
packed and shipped to the US

See you at 7am tomorrow morning
Owner went to the bank and the $$$

The owner went out for dinner and came home to find he had been robbed
$10K + passports.....
No travel for him & his wife

Sad story but true.....

I doubt that's the 1st time the $10k trick has worked for that mover
 

USA DOC

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I am reminded of a fellow who bought a house on the internet.

He decided to sell a few years later only to discover his title was bogus.

It get better

Getting ready to move
He called the movers..... they came and gave him an estimate - $10,000US
packed and shipped to the US

See you at 7am tomorrow morning
Owner went to the bank and the $$$

The owner went out for dinner and came home to find he had been robbed
$10K + passports.....
No travel for him & his wife

Sad story but true.....

I doubt that's the 1st time the $10k trick has worked for that mover
I have heard of stories just like that before...If people know you have that kind of cash in your house.....
 

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No shortage of women like this down here.
those mouth breathing scoundrels are not very smart. In a town where you can pay someone to get some revenge for cheap the victim has probably seen them before and knows where to find them