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Old January 1, 2013, 10:55 PM   #54
Rainbow Demon
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Join Date: September 27, 2012
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As for the police mistaking me for the bad guy, I'd be no deader with a cop's bullet in me than I would be with the bad guy's bullet in my back. I'd see it as an acceptable risk.
I've been badly injured and come very close to losing my life while at work and while enjoying the outdoors, theres some level of risk in just about anything you do.
A Tombstone that said "killed while stopping a mass murder's shooting spree" (maybe with a tasteful bias relief of the fallen Leonidas carved on my foot stone) sounds a lot better than "run over by a speed boat while trying out a sail board", or "camp stove blew up" and the incident caught on video to be shown endlessly on youtube.
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