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  • What Not To Say To A Police Officer

    What Not To Say To A Police Officer

    • I can’t reach my license unless you hold my beer.
    • Sorry, Officer, I didn’t realize my radar detector wasn’t plugged in.
    • Aren’t you the guy from the Village People?
    • Hey, you must’ve been doin’ about 125 mph to keep up with me. Good job!
    • Are You Andy or Barney?
    • I thought you had to be in relatively good physical condition to be a police officer.
    • You’re not gonna check the trunk, are you?
    • I pay your salary!
    • Gee, Officer! That’s terrific. The last officer only gave me a warning, too!
    • Do you know why you pulled me over? Okay, just so one of us does.
    • I was trying to keep up with traffic. Yes, I know there are no other cars around. That’s how far ahead of me they are.
    • When the Officer says “Gee Son….Your eyes look red, have you been drinking?” You probably shouldn’t respond with,” Gee Officer your eyes look glazed, have you been eating doughnuts?”

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  • Mace Pepper Baton

    The following is a story how the Mace Pepper Baton was used.

    Christy waited tables at a hip little bistro a few blocks from her apartment.  Though she loved her neighborhood, she always prepared for the unexpected. One night, one of the diners got a little out of hand. She could put up with rude customers, and she could even tolerate patrons who had a little too much to drink. She and her boss agreed that anyone who tried to lay hands on her or on any of the wait staff would end up enjoying the rest of their meal "to go." So her boss ejected a customer who looked like a rumpled college professor after he tried to pinch Christy's bottom. The guy created a huge stink, but the customers applauded when he fell down the steps and landed on the sidewalk with a thud. Later that night, after Christy banked out and counted her tip money, she headed back down the street to her place. She thought she heard footsteps behind her, but saw nobody when she swung around. Another block away from the restaurant, she thought she heard a trash can rattle. Still, she couldn't see anyone in the shadows. Only a few steps away from her building's front door, Christy heard someone sneeze. She whipped around to see the drunken customer from earlier that night. He lunged at her, shouting, "I'll show you!" Instead of bolting for the door - she wouldn't have made it in time, anyway - she pulled out her keys. Instead of a usual keychain, Christy carries a Mace Pepper Baton. It's small enough to fit in a purse, and durable enough to inflict pain on an attacker. As the drunken patron grabbed for her hair, Christy ducked down and slammed the Pepper Baton across his kneecap. Wincing in pain, he buckled over and made another swipe at her. She retaliated by holding onto the baton and swinging her keys against his face. Stumbling, the attacker made one last grab. Christy pointed the baton at him, unleashing its secret weapon - a blast of debilitating pepper spray. Christy's attacker crouched on the sidewalk while she dialed 9-1-1 on her cell phone. "Next time," Christy said, "stick to what's on the menu."

    Yours in safety,


    Newsletter P.S.  The Mace Pepper Baton comes in a variety of colors to match your mood or your style. Choose your own today at http://www.tntpersonalsecurity.com/mace-pepper-baton.html

  • TASER® C2 Gold Kit

    Pepper Spray can be a good means of self-defense. It can be used a good deterrent and can possibly disable an attacker temporarily if administered properly. Is this good enough? Scenario - You're in a parking garage late and night. You get startled as someone comes around the corner and is walking your direction. You walk to the other side of the garage and notice you are being followed. He keeps... coming closer and closer, inside that range of comfort, 15 feet. What do you do? Pepper spray can only help you if you let the person come closer. But what if there is a cross-wind? What if the person closes their eyes when you are about to spray them? A TASER C2 ECD gives you 30 seconds of incapacitation power from a distance of up to 15 feet. This means you can protect yourself from a distance AND have time to get away. http://ow.ly/8DrjSSee More


    The TASER C2 can stop a threat up to 15 feet away (4.5 meters), allowing you a safe distance to protect yourself and your family from an attacker.
  • Pool Safety Alarm

    The following is a story how the Pool Safety Alarm was used.

    Fred and Marcy couldn't wait for their new swimming pool, to be completed. Summer was just around the corner and they already had barbeque and pool party planned.  The two watch anxiously everyday as the pool builders came and went through their yard constructing their new family toy. After a few weeks they were ready to fill the pool and finish the landscaping around the yard. Continue reading

  • Being Knowledgeable

    Free Supreme Article Directory | Being Knowledgeable Can Preserve Your Own Life From A Damaging Situation

    Being Knowledgeable Can Preserve Your Own Life From A Damaging Situation

    By: Mikal A Tailer

    Ignorance of the law is in no way an excuse. Just before you acquire any kind of self-defense pepper sprays, check out the pepper spray laws by state initially. You might be residing in a region where some restrictions are enforced.

    From the material to the shops in which you may purchase your pepper spray, it is best to be in the know. Or else, you may be purchasing an item that you can't use inside your own location or for your own defense. Continue reading

  • Have you ever wondered what is in Pepper Spray and Mace®?

    Have you ever wondered what is in Pepper Spray and Mace®?  Here are some short FAQ’s regarding the Brand Mace®

    What is Mace®?

    Mace is the highly recognized brand name of pepper sprays manufactured by Mace Personal Defense, Inc. A wholly-owned subsidiary of Mace Security International, Inc. In addition to defense sprays Mace is known for manufacturing and marketing high quality security products including home and business surveillance and security.

    What are the effects of pepper sprays? Continue reading


    Here is a brief overview of the MACE® brand pepper spray.

    Pepper Spray is a careful blend of oleoresin capsicum (OC Pepper) in a non-flammable vehicle. Some formulations may contain tear gas and/or an invisible UV dye. Mace brand pepper sprays are formulated to be an effective, less-than-lethal means of self defense.  Mace Personal Defense, Inc. manufactures several formulas—such as traditional tear gas sprays, blended sprays and OC pepper sprays—in a variety of models and spray patterns. Considering the effects and benefits of each will help you decide which is right for you. Continue reading

  • Secure Dog -- Man's Best Friend

    The following is a story how the Secure Dog was used.

    Jake felt more than sad when Marshall passed away. He felt worried. Marshall was Jake's loyal German Shepherd. For twelve years, he guarded Jake's sporting goods store from would-be thieves and neighborhood troublemakers. Even as the neighborhood got a little worse, Marshall kept the peace.

    Jake's store was the only one on the block without any graffiti.  Nobody, it seemed, wanted a run in with a big, angry guard dog.  Few people knew that Marshall was really a sweetheart, lavishing Jake with kisses every time he'd open the store in the morning.  Jake's daughter, Melissa, kept the store's books, and paid a visit to her father every Thursday. She knew the old man couldn't afford to install a state of the art security system. But she also knew that he was a little too fragile to try and train another big dog. Continue reading

  • Flower Pot Safe

    Mike, I have found that it's often the obvious that is overlooked.  Mike snickered. Sometimes his sister, Beth, had the craziest ideas. Mike was at Beth's home helping her to put her affairs back into order after her husband's death.  Today, he was photographing her valuables for insurance purposes.  Beth had taken out a new policy and she wanted to keep her own records.  After Mike was finished with the pictures and preparing to head home, Beth asked him to wait -- she had two more items to photograph.  She then pulled her wedding and engagement ring from inside the flower pot that held her Easter Lilies -- the same pot that held Poinsettias last December. Mike was humored and asked  her about her choice of hiding places. Continue reading

  • The Power of Panda

    The Power of Panda!  The following is a story how the Child Guard was used.

    "I cannot believe you are going to put that THING on our child."  Amy leered at Craig.  He responded sheepishly, "but you know how Ryan likes to take
    off, honey. This bungee leash is the only way we'll be sure he  doesn't get away from us!"  "We're going to a kiddie park," barked Amy, "not the Westminster
    Kennel Club!" Continue reading

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