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Monday, July 16, 2012


      So which one will get picked off, the baby  rhino with it's mother next to it with a bad attitude, or the young zebra wandering alone, separated from the herd?  Stupid question, right?  In the past few days, across the country, there have been children missing, their bikes found on the trail, two adult women missing, a 6 year old girl missing from her bed, with tragic results.    Were all or some of these preventable?  I don't know.  Maybe, maybe not.  I do know that the predators that stalk among us look for opportunities and weaknesses in their prey.  They are preying on segments of society.  Make no mistake about it.  Predators understand one thing..............consequences.

      The lioness on the hunt won't tackle a full grown elephant because she knows the outcome.  The predators in our society are only different in one respect.  They are so twisted that they prey upon their own species.  They do look for weakness, though.  Children aren't attacked in plain view of other people.  These creeps hide, manipulate, sneak, and take any advantage.  If we are vigilant, though, we can AT LEAST make their work much harder.  Harden your target.  Make that extra round checking all the windows and doors before you go to bed.  Don't go out alone on desolate trails to run or bike.  These guys, (and they are guys) will be there.  Chelsea King was attacked on such a trail while on a run in San Diego County.  He was there.......waiting.

      We talk of all sorts of primitive, primal, basic things here.  Nothing is more basic than your survival.  Treat this world like the jungle that it is.

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