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The Big 3-0-0, Top 10 Blog Posts to Date

Posted by Rob on Sunday, 21 February, 2010

I just looked at my published blog entry total, and this is the 300th blog post on Pepper Spray, Stun Guns and Tasers… Oh My!

I figure this is a good time to go back through the archives and possibly refresh some of the older posts and highlight what I would consider the Top 10 Blog Posts to Date.

10. Child Guard Remote Monitoring from April 26, 2007

This was the first blog post here. I started my business on November 2006. About 6 months later I decided to go the blog route. You gotta start somewhere…

9. Vanessa Hudgens, TASER self-defense advocate? from April 10, 2009

According to my Popularity Counter plugin, this post is the all-time most viewed blog post here, with a hit count of over 33K. Gotta love the celebrity name dropping effect, and I didn’t even have to put “Vanessa Hudgens Naked” in the post tags…

8. TASER Inventor Dies at 88 from Feb 16, 2009

This is also one of the more popularly viewed blog posts. When Jack Cover, the inventor of the TASER Device died, it was quite the news story and many people surfed in to read the scoop, earning a respectable 8K worth of hits.

7. Man Steals Burglars’ Getaway Van from Feb 15, 2009

This home burglary story was just funny. A guy was at home when a set of burglars broke into his house. He snuck out the back door, and when he crept to the front, he noticed the getaway vehicle was running. So he hopped in and took off with the police on his cell phone… Classic stuff.

6. Don’t Tase the Emu, Bro! from Aug 21, 2008

This blog post was rather short, but the picture it painted was pretty funny. You kinda have to check it out to see for yourself. The emu was not permanently injured…

5. Whack-a-Mom at Chuck E. Cheese from March 4, 2008

I am pretty obsessive of checking stats and seeing what keywords get hits to which posts. This post was kinda funny about 2 soccer moms starting a fight at a pizza joint, but when “whack your mom” came up in the search phrases I was slightly troubled. People actually search for things like that…

4. Failed Ninja Robbery Attempt from April 28, 2009

Ninja stories make good blog posts, especially when the ninja is lame.

3. Do You or Someone You Know Suffer From SDDS? from June 6, 2007

This was the post when I made up Self Defense Deficiency Syndrome (SDDS) to lightheartedly illustrate the point that some people are just afraid or unable to defend themselves when a situation requiring action to be taken. I don’t know, I thought it was funny

2. Stand Back! He’s Got a Spork! from Feb 28, 2008

Sometimes the stories you read in the news are funnier than anything you could make up. Could have been called “When Sporks Attack!”

1. 300 Reasons to Learn to Defend Yourself from Aug 27, 2007
and Conscience and Consequences of Self-Defense from Oct 15, 2008

These are two of my favorite blog posts. As I was going through posts, I just found way too many posts I liked. I am going to have to do up some categorized Top 10 lists, such as Top 10 Stupid Criminals in the News or Top 10 Why Defend Yourself blog posts.

I guess narrowing down 300 posts to 10 was harder than I though, especially since I wrote them all, and must like them all at least a little bit. Did I happen to miss your past favorite? I know there has to be some long time readers here that might remember a good older post. Let me know your thoughts.

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Vanessa Hudgens, TASER self-defense advocate?

Posted by Rob on Friday, 10 April, 2009

A while back I was hoping I could get a celebrity product endorsement. At the time, Paris Hilton was in the news and I thought If I could get her to buy a Pink TASER C2 and tell all her socialite friends she bought it from, I could drum up some big business.

No such luck.

But now, 20-year-old actress Vanessa Hudgens of ‘High School Musical’ fame has reportedly purchased a TASER Device. Not from me:( .

Vanessa Hudgens

Apparently, the star is feeling vulnerable and intends to protect her newly purchased mansion with the self-defense weapon. Burglars beware.

Hudgens told Us Weekly, “I keep a TASER in my purse for self-defense. I’m moving into a house by myself and it’s scary.” You go, Girl!

“There was a guy who was walking down a street in London and I think he was a little drunk. He was blocking the door so my bodyguard had to push him aside. I got hit in the face. I looked in the mirror and got a huge scratch and I was bleeding.” added Hudgens.

The TASER C2 has a 15-foot range, and the lithium power magazine, providing up to 50 jolts. An integrated LED light is included to help you see into the shadows before firing, and a trigger safety cover is provided to help prevent any accidental activation. The personal TASER C2 will transmit 50,000 volts of electrical pulses along the wires and into the attacker’s body, affecting the sensory and motor functions of their peripheral nervous system. This energy can penetrate up to two cumulative inches of clothing.

The TASER C2 comes in eight attractive and stylish colors: black pearl, titanium silver, metallic pink, electric blue, red hot, forest camouflage, desert camouflage and leopard print.

Who needs a TASER C2?

- Any women who values her personal security and has a desire for a simple solution to the possibility of crime in their lives.

- Any man who need to provide effective protection for their family.

- Parents of college co-eds who want to extend protection to their daughters while away at college.

- The plain truth is that anyone has a legitimate need for state of the art personal protection, male, female, adult, or elderly could benefit by carrying a TASER C2.

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