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Old July 14, 2013, 11:13 AM   #91
Brian Pfleuger
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Location: Western Colorado, finally.
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You might wash your car armed but you weren't planning to wash your car, at that moment. You're doing it, at that moment, specifically because there's a car parked outside. Same action, different reason. The point is intimidation, not a clean car.

Also, when did this car become "suspicious"? It started out "strange", which is to say "unknown".

What do I do when an "unknown" car stops in front of my house? Nothing.

Absent some exigent circumstance, why should I do anything?

I now live in a small village (a few hundred people), I used to live in a larger village (couple thousand), before that, in the country with a few neighbors, before that, in a city of about 15,000. In all cases, an "unknown" car stopping elicits no response from me whatsoever.
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