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Old 02-05-2015, 06:00 PM   #31
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I think this is the segment I was trying to remember the other day. The one where a couple suspected some guy had done something and basically followed him undaunted into trying to figure out what he was up to. It's like they didn't care that they could have been killed or hurt.
Even as a kid, their actions in that segment bothered me. You had the guy's license plate number and a good description of the vehicle, plus plenty of damn good reason to assume that he had committed some kind of horrible crime (blood splatter on the inside of the door)...why did you go to where he buried the sheet instead of immediately going and calling the cops? Granted, DePue luckily didn't realize they were following him or come across them going after the sheet, but still...it didn't occur to you that a guy willing to kill at least one person probably wouldn't have too difficult a time convincing himself to kill a couple witnesses?

Again, they seriously got lucky in that situation.
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Old 02-05-2015, 10:47 PM   #32
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I think this is the segment I was trying to remember the other day. The one where a couple suspected some guy had done something and basically followed him undaunted into trying to figure out what he was up to. It's like they didn't care that they could have been killed or hurt.
Yes. He had a loaded gun on him the entire time. He easily could have shot the both of them. Their actions may have been brave and with good intentions, but they were also reckless. It's definitely not good to follow their example. Thankfully today we have cell phones so you could just phone in suspicious activity you see.

A few others:
1) Look behind you in the hotel hallway before going into your room. (Victims in the Cedric/Frederick Young case)
2) Don't sit in your car with it unlocked looking at things, even in broad daylight. ("Debbie")
3) If someone runs into your house yelling at you to call the police, make sure to shut and lock the door behind them. (Larry George). To be fair, in this case I believe there was very little time for anyone to do anything before he came storming over after unplugging the phone.
4) If a family member says he's going to go with a stranger somewhere, ask for the person's name and get a good look at them if you watch them depart. (Leonard Dirickson)
5) Don't let your partner return to their violent ex's home alone to retrieve their belongings. (Holly Maddox/Ira Einhorn).
6) If your weirdo hippie friend asks you to help him dispose of a large, bulky trunk allegedly full of "secret, Russian documents" in the wake of their ex's disappearance...consider calling the police. (Ira Einhorn, of course)
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Old 02-05-2015, 11:22 PM   #33
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I find myself being more vigilant. The other day I was driving home from work and there was a couple fighting in the car in front of me. My "UM-ness" told me to memorize their license plate (which happened to be a strange vanity plate) and memorize the make, model, color, and distinguishing marks/decals on the car. Just in case this guy or girl does something not so nice, then I can give a detailed description.

Sometimes I time myself driving to and from work just in case for some bizarre reason I'm ever questioned. So if the detective asks "where were you at 5:17 pm on Thursday the 5th, I can tell them exactly where I was.

Maybe vigilant isn't the correct term, maybe nuts is. hehehe.
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Some of these segments have even made me think of always granting a request to police if they want you to take a polygraph test even if you feel like you have nothing to hide in a case. I always get a feeling they'll taint the results if they want. In case the investigators are lazy or are just trying to find someone to blame to get a case closed.
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If someone offers me a "protein shake" so I can bulk up, I'll pass every time.
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Old 02-06-2015, 01:49 PM   #36
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If someone offers me a "protein shake" so I can bulk up, I'll pass every time.
I avoid the doughnuts and the extra spicy chicken my coworkers bring in....
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I avoid the doughnuts and the extra spicy chicken my coworkers bring in....
Or the offer to grab you a soda at halftime.
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If someone offers me a "protein shake" so I can bulk up, I'll pass every time.
You know that is a wise idea and not just because of the psychopath who could be making it for you. When I first started taking protein regularly i was getting stomach cramps. I thought it was just gas from the protein, but the more I took the more sick I got eventually going to the hospital for a digestive issue. Now the doctor said most likely it wasn't the protein that caused my problem, but he did say that unregulated supplements could have caused it. whey protein was the only supplement that I was taking. So I did some research on whey protein and apparantly most of it is not inspected or regulated by the FDA. I read an article where a celebrity actually had her protein lab tested and they found traces of metal and some type of bacteria from rats. This experience scared the crap out of me.

I cannot be 100% sure what got me sick because I was out of the country and who knows what else may have caused it at that time. but after researching the whey protein contents and lax regulations I only take organic 100% whey protein that is USDA approved.
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Don't go in the back room.
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1. Avoid rest stops that aren't populated, especially at night. (Dwayne McCorkendale, Blind River etc..)

2. Keep your head on a swivel in parking garages (Su Ya Kim, John Grundhoffer)

3. Don't go to an outside ATM at night (Matthew Chase).
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Stop recording when I do stuff to impress that damn Omar.
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How about NOT becoming a pen-pal with a prisoner?
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Don't go in the back room.
If the lights were off(at night) I used to run in the hall way in a dead sprint to get to my room to turn the light on. too much opportunity for paranormal situations in the dark...of corse that was then when life was carefree ... now I keep my doors locked, park in the garage, close my blinds/curtains at night, look around when I get to my car, avoid USA rest stops, don't pick up hitchhikers, I'm sure I missed a few, but you know just the basic adult stuff.
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See if you can figure out which segments I'm referring to.
I've actually visited the locations below in New Mexico, Indiana,
Colorado, Virginia and Pennsylvania (even if I couldn't go inside of
the last one).

-No picking up any hitchhikers after I leave a cafe, especially
en route from Alaska to the lower 48.
-No TV watching while at a 200-year-old tavern in Suburban
Philadelphia.
-No walking of dogs in Morro Bay, CA.
-No mountain climbing when in Silver Plume, CO.
-No looking in the sky when in Wytheville, VA.
-No accepting rides while staggering out of a bar near
Nashville, Indiana.
-No looking for beasts on New Mexico Route 80, especially
near certain mile markers.
-No rides to the airport for any Vermont horse enthusiasts
who only deal in cash.
-No phone calls with anyone called "Dark Dante."
-No sacrificing of snails.
-No using $1,000 bills at a convenience store (will I get change?).
-No drinking of sports drinks that possess a burning taste.
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Well this is what I would do..........

1. If you find a 2,000lbs solid gold Buddha, keep your mouth shut.
2. Situational Awareness (failure of this is literally in every episode).
3. No to hitch hiking
4. If you see a UFO, just keep on walkin'
5. Be more involved in your children's life.
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