Tag Archives: crime prevention

Lessons From Martin – Zimmerman Case

I’ve remained relatively quiet on the Zimmerman – Martin case, and that may surprise those who know I am a strong advocate for the 2nd Amendment and refusing to be a victim of crime. When I first heard about this … Continue reading

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Distracted Walking (by cell phone) as Dangerous as Driving!

This morning, there was a segment on NBC’s “Today Show” about violent cell phone robberies.  The crux of the “investigative report” was that cell phone companies refuse to “blacklist” stolen cell phones.  That means that a cell phone that has … Continue reading

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“Conflict” Resolution – What Would You Do?

It happened to me. I was recently reminded of an incident as I read a gun blog about non-violent conflict resolution.  Sounds like a subject contradictory to a gun blog’s focus, doesn’t it?  It’s not. Some 20 years ago, I … Continue reading

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Personal Safety – The Prequel to Armed Self-Defense

A few blog articles back, I introduced the concept of armed self-defense.  And, it may have been premature in this series.  I’d like to take a baby-step back and bridge the gap, or missing link, I may have created between … Continue reading

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Danger in the Dental Office – Part 2

Back in February, I blogged about Danger at the Front Desk.  And, I’m sure that many who read it likely thought, “that could never happen in my office.”  And, I hope it never does happen.  But, the reality is that … Continue reading

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Here: Land of the Free (for now). There (UK): Not so much.

I’m Counting My Blessings! I just read a sad letter to the editor in my recent Guns & Ammo magazine.  It was from a gentleman living in the UK.  It was titled, “Count Your Blessings.” I will borrow most of … Continue reading

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Nothing Good Happens After Midnight

I’m watching the news on TV about an Indiana college student that has gone missing.  A 20 year old woman was last seen walking to her apartment at 4:30 am.  FOUR-THIRTY A.M.!  By herself!  Lauren Spierer was “out with friends” … Continue reading

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Rapture Is Over… Stand By for the Zombie Apocalypse!

Last night at around 6 pm, I experienced “Rapturus Interuptus.”  For a minute, I felt myself levitating, but then realized that it was just Criss Angel playing a joke on me. 😉  So, I guess I’ll have to go to … Continue reading

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The Dental Warrior interviewed by “The Whole Tooth.”

I should title this blog entry, “Don’t Get Interviewed When You Have a Bad Case of Bronchitis!” 🙂 I was interviewed by Hogan Allen and Richard Train for their “The Whole Tooth” radio show on BlogTalkRadio.  Hogan and Richard are … Continue reading

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Save Your Own Life with Situational Awareness

This is my first blog post outside of dental topics and related to your personal security.  It’s another topic I’m passionate about, and this post will be a bit long. In today’s economic environment, crime seems to be on the … Continue reading

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