Good Neighborhoods

Dustin offers a personal example of how you can’t depend on living in a “good neighborhood” to mean you’ll be safe from crime.  I also live in a decent neighborhood, but that didn’t stop an armed robber from trying to stick up an old man in the bathroom right down the street from me.  Fortunately, the old man pulled his mohaska, and the guy took off.

2 thoughts on “Good Neighborhoods”

  1. The bad guys are smart enough to know that the best stuff to steal and the best people to rob are in the good neighborhoods. Most good neighborhoods are within a very few miles of the bad neighborhoods.

    Bad guys have cars. If they drive even 10 miles each way to get to the good neighborhood, they’ve got a better commute to their job than I do.

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