Alright folks, let’s talk about alarms. I have tried to understand the best way to protect the property. I have seen many people give most of their security to companies. Their instincts are correct, they want to protect their property with an alarm. But, in my opinion, paying a company to keep an eye on you shouldn’t even be an option. I mean think about it. Having so many false alarms that the police question the validity of an emergency call. What if you could set it up so that while you’re away, your system would tell you instead of the company? You can make a decision about the validity of the alarm immediately. You might even get in touch with your friendly neighbor armed with a taser or a stun gun.
Granted, there’s no foolproof way to keep the bad guys out. Just diligent use of alarms and locks. You can discourage and fire them. For example, what if the bad guy broke down the front door but the door had a door stop alarm behind it? He would stop the bad guy and alert you. Unlike magnetic type alarms where an alarm sounds and the door is open.
What if you are out and about in the public arena? Wouldn’t a personal alarm help keep you safe? I think if you had the ability to draw attention to yourself. When the public is busy minding their own business. It could make the difference between being a victim and coming out victorious. Most of us have lived safely in this beautiful country. We take our security for granted. I think that in the near future no one will feel safe again.
We are losing our freedom to the new socialist party in the white house. Also, with radical Muslims doing everything they can to kill us. I think security is getting to the side of the road. Just look at southern Arizona, where people are being kidnapped at a staggering rate. Second only to our third world neighbor. Yet almost everyone in our infamous government thinks cheap labor is more important than our security.
Which reminds me, don’t let anyone tell you that illegals are doing jobs Americans wouldn’t. Something tells me that the 640,000 people who lost their jobs last month would do the job. Perhaps the nearly 4 million people who lost their jobs in November 2008 would. Either way you want to look at it, we all have our own personal safety to think about. Alarms are just one way we can make a difference in our lives that could protect much more than just property.