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I don’t have any money, would you like some tea instead?

Posted by Rob on Thursday, 10 July, 2008

The actual news headline was “Woman overpowers thief with tea and sympathy”.

A 30-year-old Tokyo woman and her 6 month old baby was confronted by a knife wielding stranger in the hallway of her apartment building the other day. The man brandished a knife and demanded that she give him her money.

The mother told the creep that she didn’t have any money on her and he proceeded to barge into her apartment. Luckily this story has an unusual (happy?) ending and neither the housewife or child were injured in this attack.

Apparently, the woman calmed the man down by making him some tea and providing a compassionate ear. When offered the tea, the man accepted, I suppose as any honorable Japanese man would. The man then put the knife away and began a 20 minute monologue describing his less than fulfilling life story.

Probably quite sick of hearing the sob story, the woman ended up handing over almost $100 and ran out of the apartment. The man quietly left the scene as the woman called the police from a pay phone outside.

The police rushed to the apartment but the thief was long gone.

I can’t say that offering tea would have been my first choice line of defense, but I suppose if granted that opportunity and had a pot ready, I would have capitalized by making the tea as blazing, boiling hot as humanly possible and “accidentally” spilling the extra large cup in the thief’s lap.

Or if you don’t feel like wasting perfectly good tea, plan ahead and stop the situation before being bored to tears by some whining thief and tool yourself up with some pepper spray, stun gun or a taser.

https://worthprotectionsecurity.com/weapons.htm

Not all knife-wielding criminals will be so easily distracted by good hospitality. This Japanese woman was quite lucky to escape this situation unscathed. Wrong place at the wrong time victimization can range from simple theft to severe beatings, rape or worse. You never know what is on the mind of an assaliant.

Also remember, this mother had a 6-month-old baby in tow.

It would be nice to believe that nothing will happen to you, but the reality of it is that an ounce of protection could be worth more than a pound of cure. What is Worth Protection to you? Your belongings? Your family? Your personal well-being?

Yours in safety,
Rob

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Stun Master 775,000 volt Stun Gun

Posted by Rob on Thursday, 5 June, 2008

Melanie loved her job. She just hated her neighborhood.

Managing one of the trendiest rockin’ nightclubs in town, she got to spend her evenings rubbing elbows with rock stars, actors, and many of the city’s elite. Her boss converted an old warehouse by the docks into a fantasy world for their guests. It kept costs down, but it also made for a pretty treacherous walk down to the parking lot at 4am.

Since she kept the place running so smoothly, Melanie’s boss really cared about her. She refused to let him pay for a car service so he gave her a Stun Master 775,000 volt Stun Gun. She remembered how he asked her to hold it by the wrist strap when walking down the block, “just in case.”

One Friday night, Melanie couldn’t wait to get home. It felt like she spent the whole night breaking up arguments and kicking drunken guys out of the club. As she marched up the block to her car, two of those guys dropped out of the shadows.

“Hey, you!” called the tall one. Melanie knew from her years of experience not to bother responding.

“You think you’re too good to serve us? You think you’re too good to talk to us?” shouted his companion.

The tall one slid right in front of Melanie, blocking her path. She clutched her car’s key fob in one hand while she dug her other hand into her satchel and wrapped it around the strap of her Stun Master Stun Gun.

“Where do you think you’re going?” asked the tall one, while the other man just snickered. He lunged for Melanie’s left hand, and she pressed the panic button on her car remote. Wailing horns pierced the silence of the back alley.

As her attacker gripped her left arm, she lunged at him with the Stun Master Stungun. Even though he held on to Melanie, she couldn’t feel any of the 775,000 volts flowing into his body. As he fell, his other hand knocked the Stun Master away from Melanie. It snapped free of the wrist strap and landed on top of him as he curled up on the ground.

The smaller attacker leaped at his buddy and grabbed the Stun Gun.

“I’ll show you!” he cried, as he pounced on Melanie. He dug the Stun Master into her abdomen and tried to activate it, not realizing that the wrist strap also serves as a disable pin – once the Stun Master left Melanie’s hands, it was useless.

Melanie didn’t get her job on looks alone, she also had some self defense training. She kicked her attacker in the shin and clocked him on the jaw as a pair of police officers raced to the scene of the struggle. She made a mental note to thank her boss for the gift – and to ask for a raise.

Protect yourself from attackers at close range with the same powerful Stun Master 775 that Melanie used. For more information go to worthprotectionsecurity.com/stunmaster775.htm

It would be nice to believe that nothing will happen to you, but the reality of it is that an ounce of protection could be worth more than a pound of cure. What is Worth Protection to you? Your belongings? Your family? Your personal well-being?

Yours in safety,

Rob

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Whatever Time The Light Goes On Is Okay

Posted by Rob on Thursday, 29 May, 2008

Over the past couple years a good number of people, mostly women have taken issue with my business, which is selling personal protection products. I have never once advocated starting a fight, or using any products to go after anyone in an offensive way. I have always talked about using the products defensively for self-defense purposes only.

Nevertheless, many women have attacked me for being a purveyor of violence, and a thug.

It stings, but it doesn’t hurt. For the most part, they don’t have any idea of what they are talking about. They have bought into the “Give Peace a Chance” hokem that has been around for all the years I have been standing upright. It will go on after I take my leave too.

It’s a powerful theory, just like Marxism, and it is easy to believe, even though any sane person can see the obvious flaws in the fabric. But I have hope that the landscape may be changing, and there are signs that it is.

Years ago men bought 95% of all the products sold in this industry. Today it is about 60/40, and more and more women are buying every day. I would venture to say that if things continue at the same pace, by this time next year the buying ratio will be 50/50.

That’s an amazing statistical change in a relatively short period of time.

Many of the emails and letters from women today are very apologetic.

Here’s what I say to that:

Don’t apologize… Evangelize! Don’t write me to say that you’re sorry you didn’t get the message earlier… tell a friend, family member, or business associate how to get themselves tooled up. Pass on the https://WorthProtectionSecurity.com website to them.

The learning curve is different for everyone. It doesn’t matter what you did before, or how you felt before. When you hit paydirt, enter the zone, or have an epiphany, what matters is what you do then.

We will never stop all the crime or violence. That isn’t possible. Nobody can do that job. But we can save tens of thousands of people from being victimized, and the numbers bear that out in a big way.

Tell a friend. You don’t have to be a big mouth, or browbeat anyone. Just tell your story. It will get the job done. You won’t necessarily know when or where, but that doesn’t matter.

That’s just the way it works.

Please feel free to forward a link of this blog post to anyone you think might benefit from hearing this message. They will thank you for it… eventually.

If you’re prepared, you’ll never be surprised.

It would be nice to believe that nothing will happen to you, but the reality of it is that an ounce of protection could be worth more than a pound of cure. What is Worth Protection to you? Your belongings? Your family? Your personal well-being?

Yours in safety,

Rob

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Important Child Safety Points to Consider

Posted by Rob on Wednesday, 28 May, 2008

Ensuring the safety of your child is one of the
most difficult but important aspects of parenting.
It would be nice if we could train and arm our
children with some pepper spray or a stun gun
and feel safe sending them out into the world,
but we all know that is not the case.

Children are inherently trusting or easily convinced
that something would be okay, even if at first it
appears not. The old “man in a van with candy”
scenario isn’t too far of a stretch.

What are the most important things parents
should tell children about safety?

1. Always check first with a parent, guardian, or
trusted adult before going anywhere, accepting
anything, or getting into a car with anyone.

2. Do not go out alone. Always take a friend with
when going places or playing outside.

3. Say no if someone tries to touch you, or treats
you in a way that makes you feel scared,
uncomfortable, or confused. Get out of the situation
as quickly as possible.

4. Tell a parent, guardian, or trusted adult if you
feel scared, uncomfortable, or confused.

5. There will always be someone to help you, and
you have the right to be safe.

What should a parent know when talking to a
child about safety?

1. Don’t forget your older children. Children aged
11 to 17 are equally at risk to victimization. At the
same time you are giving your older children more
freedom, make sure they understand important
safety rules as well, online as well as offline in the
real world.

2. Speak to your children in manner that is calm
and non-threatening. Children do not need to be
frightened to get the point across. In fact, fear can
thwart the safety message, because fear can be
paralyzing to a child.

3. Speak openly. Children will be less likely to
come to you about issues enshrouded in secrecy.
If they feel that you are comfortable discussing the
subject at hand, they may be more forthcoming.

4. Do not teach “stranger danger.” Children do not
have the same understanding of “strangers” as
adults; the concept is difficult for them to grasp.
Based on what we know about those who harm
children, people known to children and/or their
families actually present greater danger to children
than do “strangers.” It is much more beneficial to
children to help them build the confidence and
self-esteem they need to stay as safe as possible
in any potentially dangerous situation they encounter
rather than teaching them to be “on the look out”
for a particular type of person.

5. Practice what you preach. You may think your
children understand your message, but until they
can incorporate it into their daily lives, it may not
be clearly understood. Find opportunities to practice
“what if” scenarios. If an incident occurs in your
community and your child asks you about it, speak
frankly but with reassurance. Explain to your children
that you want to discuss the safety rules with them,
so that they will know what to do if they are ever
confronted with a difficult situation.

6. Teach your children that safety is more
important than manners. In other words, it is more
important for children to get themselves out of a
threatening situation than it is to be polite. They also
need to know that it is okay to tell you what happened,
and they won’t be tattletales.

7. Make sure your child knows how to dial 911 and
ask for help. This is a skill that can be taught at a
relative early age. Make sure they know how, when
and why this is necessary.

One self defense product on the market that may actually
have some merit as a viable tool for a child would be a
personal alarm. As long as the child is mature enough to
realize that it is not a toy to be sounded for fun, personal
alarms
are electronic devices that emit an extremely loud
siren-like sound.

The loud sound may draw much needed attention to the
situation and increases the risk of getting caught to the
assailant. The assailant would not like drawing attention
to himself and may flee the immediate area. Nothing is
foolproof, but every little bit helps. Hopefully your child
is armed with enough knowledge and tools to prevent
or escape any unfortunate situation that arises.

As your child grows up and goes away to college, you
may wish to consider some more functional and
powerful self defense options.

It would be nice to believe that nothing will happen to
you, but the reality of it is that an ounce of protection
could be worth more than a pound of cure. What is Worth
Protection to you? Your belongings? Your family? Your
personal well-being?

Yours in safety,

Rob

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Stunning Additions to our Stun Gun Line

Posted by Rob on Monday, 26 May, 2008

We just got a couple unique new stun guns added to our
line up. You really need to click on the links to see the
pictures and get the full visual. Both of these new stun
guns would be the perfect addition to the arsenal of
any jogger or other self defense conscience individual.

The DOUBLE TROUBLE stun gun is like having two stun guns
in one. It has TWICE the contact – totaling 1.2 Million Volts,
TWICE the stopping power!

The Double Trouble stun gun is more effective than most
stun guns because of the space between the contacts.
The greater the space, the greater the effect. Most stun
guns only have about 1.5 inches. The Double Trouble has
5 inches between its dual 600,000 volt contacts. It is one
of the strongest stun guns available at a whopping
1,200,000 volts!

https://worthprotectionsecurity.com/doubletroublestungun.htm

The KNUCKLE BLASTER is a 950,000 volt stun gun is designed
to give you a punch with POWer. It kinda resembles a cross
between brass knuckles and a stun gun. BAM!

Just touch your attacker to instantly repel them and give
you time to get away. Longer contact will cause further
disorientation and after some seconds may drop them to
their knees. Or worse.

This patented device has a soft rubber skin and is sized to
accommodate all hand sizes.

A safety switch is built in and accessible to your thumb.
Once you grab the Knuckle Blaster stun gun you can flip
off the safety and fire with the same hand. No need to
use two hands.

https://worthprotectionsecurity.com/knuckleblasterstungun.htm

It would be nice to believe that nothing will happen to you,
but the reality of it is that an ounce of protection could
be worth more than a pound of cure. What is Worth
Protection to you? Your belongings? Your family? Your
personal well-being?

Yours in safety,

Rob

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Ah, Mr. Taser… Your reputation precedes you…

Posted by Rob on Friday, 9 May, 2008

Taser. Just speak its name and the threat of its
jolt can stop a man in his tracks.

“Taser, Taser, Taser!” was all a Salt Lake City
police officer had to shout when he couldn’t catch up
to a fleeing suspect this past Wednesday. Police
said the man suddenly threw himself on the ground
and immediately surrendered.

Tasers use compressed nitrogen to fire two
barbed darts that can immobilize someone with a
50,000-volt shock. That is if the sight or sound of
the Taser does not deter the person first.

The TASER C2 civilian model has a 15-foot range,
and the lithium power magazine, providing up to
50 jolts. An integrated LED light is included to help
users see into the shadows before firing, and a
trigger safety cover is provided to help prevent
accidental activation.

The TASER C2 now comes in nine attractive and
stylish colors: black pearl, titanium silver, metallic
pink, electric blue, fashion pink, red hot, forest
camo, desert camo and leopard print. Get your
hands on one of the latest self defense weapons
or give the perfect gift to one of your loved ones.

Don’t forget to order some extra Air Cartridges for
practice. The 4-pack also includes a practice target.

Criminals don’t play fair. Level the playing field and
be prepared for the worse. Yelling “Taser!” might
work on the not-so-bright, but make sure you have
the real thing to back up your words. Know what to do,
have a plan and don’t be afraid to defend yourself when
necessary.

https://worthprotectionsecurity.com/c2_taser.htm

It would be nice to believe that nothing will happen to
you, but the reality of it is that an ounce of protection
could be worth more than a pound of cure. What is Worth
Protection to you? Your belongings? Your family? Your
personal well-being?

Yours in safety,

Rob

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Machete Becoming Bay State’s Weapon of Choice?

Posted by Rob on Wednesday, 9 April, 2008

The only Friday the 13th on the calendar in 2008 is in June, but already there has been a rash of Jason Voorhees like attacks. And it is only April. So far, this is the reported Machete attacks already occurring this year in the state of Machetusetts, I mean Massachusetts:

Jan. 7: (Roxbury, MA) Two men are arrested after they allegedly chase two people down a street while wielding a machete.

Jan. 18: (Chicopee, MA) A man is struck on his head, face and arm by a machete in the parking lot of Sunco Trading Corp during a robbery.

Feb. 4: (Springfield, MA) A man is slashed in the neck and throat and a woman is hit in the arm and leg with a machete in the parking lot of a Gulf gas station.

March 4: (Lynn, MA) Outside Lynn English High School, a 16-year-old Lynn boy suffers a facial laceration and nearly loses his right thumb from a machete attack.

March 8: (Boston, MA) An East Boston man is found bleeding from both feet from a machete attack in a staircase on Meridian Street.

March 13: (Boston, MA) An East Boston teen, victim of a daytime assault at City Hall Plaza is hacked in the left arm, back and shoulder by a machete.

March 15: (Boston, MA) A Revere man is struck in the mouth and back by a machete in a daytime assault on Dorchester Avenue. A South Boston woman was also hit in the head with the machete as she attempted to intervene.

March 26: (Lynn, MA) A Lynn teen is sliced on his left arm with a machete at a Strawberry Avenue playground while playing soccer with two brothers.

To date, these attacks pale in comparison to the death, destruction and gore of the machete-wielding mass murderer in the movies, but this frequency of machete attacks would even make Jason proud.

The machetes are being described as “inexpensive weapons (that) are too easily obtained”. “It’s obviously a very dangerous implement. It can cause severe damage when wielded against another human being,” says Mass. DA Daniel F. Conley.

For somewhere between $5 and $30 bucks, just about anyone can purchase a machete from online to the local Wal-mart. Typically ranging from 18-24 inches, this steel blade that can “cut, chop, slash, hack, split, scrape, scoop, hammer, crack or smash just about anything you can put in front of it.”

Machete sales are largely unregulated due to the fact it is designed and classified as a basic farming tool, mainly used in third world countries. Just like most of the Asian Martial Arts weapons that were originally peasant farming tools several hundred or thousand years ago, before they became popularized in Karate movies and American dojos.

But don’t worry. Massachusetts law prevents the sale of self defense weapons to all of its law abiding citizens. No tasers, no stun guns and extremely limited pepper spray approval if you jump through enough hoops and red tape!

We do have a few self defense options left for you Massachusetts, New York or other restricted state residents. Our telescopic steel batons are rather nice. Not too bad of an option. I wouldn’t mind having at least a 26″ inch steel baton to combat some psycho with a 18″ blade. Not necessarily ideal, but you have the reach advantage. And you can practice some moves and train yourself pretty good to defend yourself with the
telescopic steel baton. Most likely the machete is just being flailed around by an inexperienced wielder…

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Speak Softly and Carry a Telescopic Steel Baton

Posted by Rob on Thursday, 20 March, 2008

I really can’t seem to say enough about our telescopic
steel batons
. They are really a great self defense
weapon. When collapsed they range from a mere 6 inches
to about 9 inches long, and when deployed, they extend
to 16, 21 or 26 inch length.

They are extremely portable and easily concealed, as
well as being a very effective and devastating, making
them a widely popular personal protection tool.

Besides being formidable when used, the simple act of
just deploying this baton becomes a deterrent in many
cases. When snapped into action, the steel shafts
sliding into place and its loud and ominous click as it
locks into position can make even a hardened criminal
think twice about continuing their harassing behavior.

It is like the warning before the beat down. Who really
wants to be pummeled with a steel baton? The only give
is the target on impact, the steel baton is less than
forgiving when it meets an opponent’s flesh, bone or
muscle. Whack!

That noise is much like that ominous crackle of
electricity on an armed stun gun ready to be drilled
into the side of an attacker. Bzzzzzt! Few want to
continue to challenge, and those not yet privy to this
warning will soon be taught its association.

Just like Theodore Roosevelt used to say “Speak softly
and carry a big stick.” Or carry a small stick that
turns into a big stick
. “You will go far.”

https://worthprotectionsecurity.com/telescopic.htm

It would be nice to believe that nothing will happen to
you, but the reality of it is that an ounce of protection
could be worth more than a pound of cure. What is Worth
Protection to you? Your belongings? Your family? Your
personal well-being?

Yours in safety,

Rob Cook

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Self Defense, Supermodel Style

Posted by Rob on Friday, 14 March, 2008

As far as I’m concerned every woman in the United States
should ‘at least’ be carrying Lipstick Pepper Spray. Nothing
could be easier to conceal or carry, probably being the
biggest reason other items would be more resistant to be
carried. I guarantee you that if you use it on a creep’s face
he will no longer be the least bit worried about bothering
you.

He’ll be extremely busy trying to keep it together while his
brain tells him his face is on fire. His brain will be busy
sending him other signals as well, such as:

“Your eyes are closing…”

“You are now having serious trouble breathing…”

“The pain is getting worse and worse…”

Most of the time we are sympathetic to pain, and would
feel bad for somebody in this position, especially women.

But not if you know the loser had ugly intentions. And
believe me your body can tell the difference between a
predator and the average goofball. Your body sends
unmistakable signals when a predator appears on the radar
screen. Nice skill to have.

In this situation you go into full blown defense mode as
soon as possible, and remember that you have 20 sprays
in the lipstick container
. The face is always the best
place to hit, but the arms, chest, back, will get a
reaction too.

The reason to hit a creep in the face with the pepper spray
is to affect their sight and breathing. The pepper will close
the eyes, and make the creep tear up in a big way. The
pepper also causes very shallow breathing, where the
creep has to huff and puff to get enough air.

Forget all about sympathy, and vacate the area as fast
as possible. Get as far away as possible, because in 30
minutes the creep is going to be back to normal. He will
be back into predator mode when the pepper wears
off. Hopefully, he may stay away from you, but he will
still be a predator, because these guys just don’t learn.

In addition to being big on protection, and easy to conceal,
Lipstick Pepper Spray is bargain priced. At three cents a
day, you should have one for every woman in the family,
and give them away as presents. Someday someone will
thank you for your decision, I guarantee it.

https://worthprotectionsecurity.com/lipstickpepperspray.htm

If you’re prepared, you’ll never be surprised.

It would be nice to believe that nothing will happen to
you, but the reality of it is that an ounce of protection
could be worth more than a pound of cure. What is Worth
Protection to you? Your belongings? Your family? Your
personal well-being?

Yours in safety,

Rob Cook

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Are You Listening?

Posted by Rob on Tuesday, 11 March, 2008

For quite some time now I have been telling people how
something as simple as carrying a small pepper spray or
stun gun could save their life, prevent a mugging or
similar act of violence. We have many products from
pepper sprays, stun guns, tasers, personal alarms and
pocket knives, all designed to keep you safer than going
at it alone.

I have posted ads, articles, webpages, blog postings,
and used word of mouth…some select few get it. Still,
more often than not, the message falls on deaf ears,
and people who should know better continue with
behaviors that will eventually make them a victim.

I saw this little story the other day from England
and thought I would pass it along.

There’s always someone who thinks good advice doesn’t
apply to him. For example, if a doctor advises not to
go near a flame, as you are going to be covered with
flammable material, most people would take this advice,
and not strike a match until the flammable material
had been removed.

However, Phillip, 60, knew better than his doctor.
Phillip was in the hospital to treat a skin disease,
the treatment consisting of being smeared in a paraffin
based cream. Phillip was warned that the cream would
ignite, so he definitely should not smoke.

But he just couldn’t go without that cigarette.

Smoking was not permitted anywhere in the ward, but he
took this setback in stride, and sneaked out on a fire
escape. Once he was hidden, he lit up… and peace
descended as he got his nicotine fix. Things didn’t
start to go downhill until he finished his cigarette,
when he ground it out with his heel.

The paraffin creme had been absorbed by his clothing.
As his heel touched the butt, fumes from his jammies
ignited. The resulting inferno “cremated” his skin
condition, and left him with 1st degree burns over most
of his body.

He died in intensive care.

Some People Just Don’t Listen.

Personal protection products can save your life.

Are you listening?

It would be nice to believe that nothing will happen to
you, but the reality of it is that an ounce of protection
could be worth more than a pound of cure. What is Worth
Protection to you? Your belongings? Your family? Your
personal well-being?

Yours in safety,

Rob Cook

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Whack-a-Mom at Chuck E. Cheese

Posted by Rob on Tuesday, 4 March, 2008

You don’t often expect to hear about a fight breaking out
at a Chuck E. Cheese restaurant unless you are a plastic
mole getting the snot beat out of you with a foam hammer
in Whack-a-Mole. This time however, it looks like a grownup
Whack-a-Mom game materialized in the Natick, MA pizza
family fun place.

Apparently, the mother of a 9-year-old boy celebrating his
birthday party had a case of arcade rage when another
child was hogging the game her son wanted to play. No,
this wasn’t 2 adolescent girls having a slapping and hair
pulling match in the hallway of a high school. It was two
mothers, a 38 and a 33-year-old, setting a wonderful
example for their own kids, as well as all the other
children present at Chuck E. Cheese.

As ridiculous as this story may seem, it goes to show
that anything can happen at any time, for any reason.
You never know when something as innocent as playing
the same video game too many times may send some
impatient, chemically imbalanced person into a fit of rage
if they have to wait too long.

Both moms have been summoned to court to answer
charges of simple assault and battery. I haven’t heard
the full details, but I hope it turns out to be a case of
self-defense for the one mom who gets off, and at least
a nice fine for the belligerent mom starting the brawl.

As a side note, we just got some of the new colored Taser
C2s in stock – Fashion Pink and Red Hot
. Not that I would
ever condone or suggest carrying a Taser into Chuck E.
Cheese. Perhaps in the parking lot.

https://worthprotectionsecurity.com/c2_taser.htm.htm

It would be nice to believe that nothing will happen to
you, but the reality of it is that an ounce of protection
could be worth more than a pound of cure. What is Worth
Protection to you? Your belongings? Your family? Your
personal well-being?

Yours in safety,

Rob Cook

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Stand Back! He’s Got a Spork!

Posted by Rob on Friday, 29 February, 2008

A man in Anchorage, Alaska has been arrested as a
suspect in an attempted armed robbery. Allegedly, the
suspect tried to grab a man’s watch and the victim
thought the assailant swung a pocketknife at him, which
caught him in the side.

Upon inspection of the wound, instead of a pocketknife
slash, four small scratches were found, consistent with
being administered by what appeared to be a
less-than-lethal plastic spork.

If you are unfamiliar with this fast-food eating
utensil, a spork is one of those hybrid spoon and fork
combos. Restaurants that are too cheap to distribute
both regular plastic spoons and separate regular plastic
forks use these foolish implements. I hate sporks, now
I hate to be worried about being held up by one?

The man was apprehended a few blocks from the scene,
intoxicated, and carrying an actual pocketknife, as well
as a backpack containing a crumpled fast food bag and
a small arsenal of sporks.

It was not clear if the additional sporks were intended
to be used to consume food or commit further criminal
acts, so they were promptly confiscated by authorities.

I am actually at a loss on what to suggest to protect
yourself from being attacked by a drunk man wielding a
spork. Normally I might suggest some pepper spray or a
stun gun, but that seems like overkill.

Perhaps a personal alarm might work. That way you can
draw attention to the situation and more people can be
alerted and share in the laughter at this feeble
attempt to appear intimidating and dangerous.

I can’t even in good conscience recommend one of our
instructional fighting DVDs to combat spork warfare as
any of these masters would probably find it difficult
to keep a straight face if confronted with a spork.
Can you imagine Chris Clugston, Paul Vunak or Bob
Taylor demonstrating the proper technique for properly
disarming a plastic spork??

Ok, all kidding aside, these videos are actually
excellent teaching aids, concentrating on simple and
effective self defense moves that can be easily and
quickly learned. Not everyone has years to devote to a
full blown martial arts training regiment, but anyone
can squeeze in a couple hours a week to watching and
practicing some of these moves.

https://worthprotectionsecurity.com/fightingvideos.htm

You never know when someone may pull a weapon on you.
More often than not the weapon is going to be far
worse than a spork, and the attacker may be after more
than just your watch. Be prepared to defend your life
or the life of a loved one.

It would be nice to believe that nothing will happen
to you, but the reality of it is that an ounce of
protection could be worth more than a pound of cure.
What is Worth Protection to you? Your belongings?
Your family? Your personal well-being?

Yours in safety,

Rob Cook

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Candy Apple Red HOT Cell Phone Stun Gun

Posted by Rob on Friday, 15 February, 2008

Rachel hated the subway. She grew up in a small town in
Washington State, so she enjoyed being outside at every
chance she could get.

As an attorney in the New York City, she often had to get to
work at an hour that most folks were still dreaming in their
beds. So she used the twelve-block walk from her apartment
to her office as a chance to spend some quiet time enjoying
her surroundings.

Still, she often felt a little nervous about walking those streets
alone. So she picked up a brand new 800,000 volt Red Cell
Phone Stun Gun
, the newest cell phone stun gun at
Worth Protection Security.

It looks just like a regular phone, complete with a holster. And
nobody’s going to question a well-dressed businessperson
walking down the street holding a stylish candy apple red cell
phone
.

Rachel’s intuition paid off one Thursday morning, when a junkie
burst out from behind a dumpster and started screaming at her
to hand over her purse. As she put her hands in the air, she
used her thumb to disable the safety lock on the Red Cell
Phone Stun Gun
.

Rachel grabbed her purse with her other hand, tossing it past
the criminal. As he bent over to pick it up, she jabbed the
Red Cell Phone Stun Gun in the small of his back, shooting
800,000 volts of electricity through his body. She never even
had to take it out of its carrying case.

With her attacker curled up on the ground, Rachel pulled out
her real cell phone to call the police. Her colleagues always
wondered why she carried two cell phones. They usually
assumed that a powerful woman needed them both. Rachel
grinned as she realized they didn’t know just how much
power she really wielded.

https://worthprotectionsecurity.com/cell-phone-stun-gun.htm

It would be nice to believe that nothing will happen to
you, but the reality of it is that an ounce of protection
could be worth more than a pound of cure. What is Worth
Protection to you? Your belongings? Your family? Your
personal well-being?

Yours in safety,

Rob Cook

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