White Van at Drakesboro suspicious
oh boy

Canton, OH

#23 Jan 20, 2013
Blah Blah Blah wrote:
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Are you high? No one said anything about going up 'guns blazing' or shooting ANYTHING.
As far as it being a public street and having every right to be there: I'm assuming you don't know where Drakesboro even is. NO ONE has any business back there if they don't live there, know someone who lives there, or has personal business to attend to there.
Very true!
Blah Blah Blah

Bowling Green, KY

#25 Jan 20, 2013
Les DeHair wrote:
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No dipshit, but you must be. Is this a 'possible' public safety issue? Yes, but the operative word in the phrase is 'possible', shitforbrains. It doesn't have anything to do with your right to bear arms and everything to do with informing the police and letting them do their job. It's your stupid assed ''I hope you're exercising your Second Amendment rights to bear arms' knee jerk reactionary comment to a situation that is completely unknown to you that casts the anti-gun control proponents in such a bad light these days. F ucking Junior Rambo is what you are, Gomer.
CLEARLY you suffer from a case of 'Little Man Syndrome'. I NEVER suggested anyone pull a gun or shoot someone - I simply said that I hope the original poster is able to protect themselves if need be.

Under-educated neanderthal!
Seriously

Canton, OH

#26 Jan 20, 2013
Eerie..... there is a suspicious white van in Louisville and Bardstown attempting to abduct women

http://www.wlky.com/news/local-news/louisvill...

http://www.courier-journal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/...

You should notify the police and media
Blah Blah Blah

Bowling Green, KY

#34 Jan 20, 2013
Les DeHair wrote:
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But you have already convicted in your mind whomever it is that owns the van for whatever they're there for. Like it has already been said in this thread, report it to the authorities and let them look into it. Your 2nd amendment comment in your first post already shows you're ready to 'cowboy up' and be a vigilante.
And my parents WERE special thank you very much. They taught me to get facts on a situation before I get the whole community on 'hair trigger' DefCon 5 alert. You'll get that community neck deep in another Trayvon Martin fiasco. Let the sheriff's or police department do their job.
Again,are you high or drunk because you're making shit up in your head? You've already been called out by someone else for being what you CLEARLY ARE!

Your parents clearly didn't do a very good job in that whole "getting the facts" scheme as you suggested. I never "convivted" the owner of the van nor did I suggest vigilante style justice. Being informed and being cautious are vital in life.

"Amat Victoria Curam" Words to live by.
oh my

United States

#35 Jan 20, 2013
Oh my! Well I came from an area where neighbors took care of one another: strange car on their property & neighbors checked it out absolutely NOTHING WRONG WITH THIS. If it keeps our families loved ones safe then by all means keep it up! And we also protected ourselves with firearms. I've known how to shoot & practiced gun safety since I was 10 and I'm a woman! Guns were only used for hunting or in extreme situations where ur safety was in danger. Out of the 19 yrs living with my parents I heard my dad pull out his gun one time for safety. The others were for hunting. The problem is not the weapons but the means our children today are exposed to them (video games & tv violence!)
Bombardier

Bowling Green, KY

#36 Jan 20, 2013
Les DeHair wrote:
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At least I'm not brainless, feckless(look it up, genius) and lawless like you obviously are.
Nobody advocated taking a gun and playing vigilante. I don't know how you jumped to that conclusion. The poster meant having a gun for protection if this person was casing the neighborhood for possible crime later. Your intellectual poverty is noted.
Call the law dogs

Bowling Green, KY

#38 Jan 20, 2013
hmmm wrote:
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Sounds like someone's feeling a bit inferior & on the defensive.
I'm not the one crying like a bitch because a vehicle is driving down the street.
Call the law dogs

Bowling Green, KY

#39 Jan 20, 2013
Blah Blah Blah wrote:
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As far as it being a public street and having every right to be there: I'm assuming you don't know where Drakesboro even is. NO ONE has any business back there if they don't live there, know someone who lives there, or has personal business to attend to there.
Says who?
Blah Blah Blah

Bowling Green, KY

#40 Jan 21, 2013
Call the law dogs wrote:
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Says who?
Common sense. The rest of us understand your confusion on the subject, seeing as you don't seem to have any.
call the law dogs

United States

#42 Jan 21, 2013
Blah Blah Blah wrote:
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Common sense. The rest of us understand your confusion on the subject, seeing as you don't seem to have any.
I'm not confused. I know perfectly well what a public street is and who may use it, and I will use that particular street as often and as much as I choose and there's not shit you or anyone else can or will do about it.
Blah Blah Blah

Bowling Green, KY

#43 Jan 21, 2013
call the law dogs wrote:
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I'm not confused. I know perfectly well what a public street is and who may use it, and I will use that particular street as often and as much as I choose and there's not shit you or anyone else can or will do about it.
BLESS IT! No one said you couldn't, so apparently you ARE in fact confused.
Whatever

Bowling Green, KY

#44 Jan 21, 2013
I live in Hadley and the other day a white utility van stopped at my house to sell some steaks at least that is what he said. I must admit he kind of made me nervous he kept asking if he could come in and discuss with me a price and I kept telling him I wasn't interested that I had just went grocery shopping he wouldn't hardly take no for an answer and kept getting closer to me on my porch. He started getting very rude and confrontational about it. I finally stepped back in my house and shut and locked the door. I could tell he was mad he sat in my driveway for a bit, made me very nervous I must admit. He comes back here he is getting the law called on him.
Blah Blah Blah

Bowling Green, KY

#45 Jan 21, 2013
There's another thread on here about a similar van selling meat around Warren County and watching little kids.

Those people are creepers. Who the hell buys meat out of the back of a van? I see it as an opportunity to keep track of when homeowners are home and when they're away and if they're getting too close to your home, they may be trying to see what valuables you have.

I had 2 men an a "cute" young girl stop at my house last year to offer me a free carpet cleaning as a demonstration of their services. No signage on the van, I didn't actually see any equipment and I realized the girl seemed to be doing most of the talking, flirting, and pushing to come inside my home. I wouldn't let them in.
Jamie

United States

#46 Jan 21, 2013
Anyone trying to sell something is looking to steal or rape, someone pretended to be a firefighter up north last week to get entrance to a home and raped a little boy, stalking laws should be stricter than they are, it took 26 people being murdered in connecticut to beef security up at schools.

The meat van or truck are nothing but trouble, although it seems they are getting more dangerous, I know I will cut there penis off of they ever get out of line with me considering all of them are crackheads. They always stalk the little kids homes too.
DR K

Franklin, KY

#47 Jan 21, 2013
I live out Cemetery rd and have a few neighbors that there houses have been robbed so I am prepared to protect what I have worked for!Im tired of scum just taking what they want and and think that everyones owes them something!
oh boy

Canton, OH

#48 Jan 22, 2013
To the people on here who are on the defensive about the driver of the van, I keep thinking......do you all have children? The only thing that makes sense is that you must not, or you are the type who would be out there "looking for trouble"! No person in their right mind would see anything okay with this situation.
oh boy

Canton, OH

#49 Jan 22, 2013
Whatever wrote:
I live in Hadley and the other day a white utility van stopped at my house to sell some steaks at least that is what he said. I must admit he kind of made me nervous he kept asking if he could come in and discuss with me a price and I kept telling him I wasn't interested that I had just went grocery shopping he wouldn't hardly take no for an answer and kept getting closer to me on my porch. He started getting very rude and confrontational about it. I finally stepped back in my house and shut and locked the door. I could tell he was mad he sat in my driveway for a bit, made me very nervous I must admit. He comes back here he is getting the law called on him.
I really think you should have called the police.
Whatever

Bowling Green, KY

#50 Jan 22, 2013
oh boy wrote:
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I really think you should have called the police.
I am doing one step better, my husband is a big believer of being prepared you know on personal defense, I however didn't pay alot of attention to that before. I now realize there are times my husband isn't at home and I as a woman need to know how to protect our children so I am learning to shoot plus I am getting my concealed carry so I can also be prepared if trouble comes calling when I am away from home. He comes back and tries to force his way into my home he won't be feeling so confrontational next time. I now realize personal defense of our home is just as much my responsibility as my husband's.
Blah Blah Blah

Bowling Green, KY

#51 Jan 22, 2013
Whatever wrote:
<quoted text>I am doing one step better, my husband is a big believer of being prepared you know on personal defense, I however didn't pay alot of attention to that before. I now realize there are times my husband isn't at home and I as a woman need to know how to protect our children so I am learning to shoot plus I am getting my concealed carry so I can also be prepared if trouble comes calling when I am away from home. He comes back and tries to force his way into my home he won't be feeling so confrontational next time. I now realize personal defense of our home is just as much my responsibility as my husband's.
I applaud your efforts, ma'am!
Whatever

Bowling Green, KY

#52 Jan 22, 2013
Blah Blah Blah wrote:
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I applaud your efforts, ma'am!
Thank you it does help your confidence level to try and improve yourself.

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