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    going to be detained. It's procedure, while the details are straightened out and statements are taken. They teach that in most conceal to carry classes.

    The person that attempted to come into my house, we didn't shoot them, they never got the back door open. But I didn't sleep at night for about 8 months.

    Getting back to normal with or without the guns when you have an actual burglary, or an attempted one is unrealistic.

    As a child, while we were gone over a weekend someone poisoned all 3 of our dogs, and broke in and stole everything of value in our home. I guess given their cruelty to our animals, it was a good thing we weren't home.

    The criminals are someone's baby that's true. But my children are my babies. My husband is the love of my life. And I am someone's daughter, and someone's mother and someone's beloved wife as well.

    And I don't break into people's houses, I don't carjack, I don't stalk or rape people. I don't beat people up or mug them.

    I practice benevolence and kindness whenever humanely possible, but please do not break into my home, especially when we are there.

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