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Old December 14, 2008, 12:25 PM   #104
Chuck24
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Join Date: December 14, 2008
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I can't see why anyone would question Sparks' actions here. If you pay attention in the real world then you KNOW when someone is up to no good. He listened to his gut. He made the decision to stop the encounter while he could still control it. "IF" he had thought that the guy really needed something and allowed him to approach and was wrong, then he would no longer be in total control and his decisions would have more permanent and lasting consequences. Anyone who is met with a defensive position and really needs help would immediately begin pleading his case and trying to put the person he was asking at ease. I walked into a robbery when I was young and only after the fact did I recognize what my gut was screaming out to me. This a textbook success story in how to do it!
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