If I don't recognize who's outside the door, and Odysseus isn't in the room, I don't open the door. And I do get my hand on my gun.
My rule is that anyone who shows up at my doorstep here is either up to no good, or they got lost in the woods. I'm very careful.I wonder why, if the guy had a security camera on his front porch, he opened the door at all. Maybe he had no monitor inside the house, but that seems unlikely.Those four morlochs would have had to get through the dogs to get to the porch up here.
If the white guy had been killed, it would be low key, But if the black were taken out front page breaking news.
Yeah. After all, they were only there to ask directions, the guns were just for their personal protection since it was a bad, all white neighborhood.
I only go to the door with a gun and well, I live in a very safe neighborhood in a small quiet town. No way I would open the door for strangers at night. In this guys situation (camera and heavy duty screen type door) I do not get his actions. First why did he open the door at all. Second, why wasn't the heavy screen door locked? I lived in a place where we had one of those and loved it. You would need a pry bar or a hooligan tool to rip that thing open.This makes me want to start answering the door wearing body armor carrying a long gun.
The guy in the house was not using his head. Maybe he had a panic attack or something of that nature. I sure as hell wouldn't open the door with somebody trying to break in. I guess he was just stupid.
Hey Harry,(captaincrunch)I had a good laugh at the bozo's trying to break in. You would think with video camera's everywhere, all the bozo's would have their faces covered.and I agree, I would never open the door. Just call the cops and take the safety off the rifle.
This crew was not very impressive. Too bad the guy in the house didn't have a frag handy.
Harry,Not the brightest crew are they!!
No, not a very impressive performance. Good thing they didn't get inside the house though.