Fred Krampits wrote:
> However, I do have Armed Security Guards at the front gate, who know who
> the car belongs to, ready to shoot anyone that trys to steal it.
I work in probably the nicest professional area in Sacramento, by the
American River, not downtown. The lot is full of expensive cars, driven by
mostly professionals. We have a "security guard" that patrols in a white Ford
Bronco (add your own social comment).
That being said, I have an alarm, a club, the tonneau is fully zipped, and
the car is parked just outside my office window in view about 20 feet away.
There is a Korean expression that fits - "U bi Mu hwan", which roughly
translated, means "To be prepared is to not be afraid". I used to be a lot less
cynical before I went to law school and spent 3 years reading case histories...
1 stolen Midget radio, and that's it.