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To: bamahead

They do have the imperative to enter when something really amiss but, just walking in because the door is unlocked?

Mistakes are bound to happen and bad things too.

What if I’m on the toilet and can’t get to the door, which you discovered unlocked?

I frequently walk out of the house leaving it unlocked and this was ever so try when I lived in Oklahoma.

Not a good policy to enter a home because you feel you can, as a so called friend.

No, this is just you getting your jollies by violating a boundary of another person.

Kinduh like alcoholics but with a gun, badge and shielded by the government.


17 posted on 06/10/2013 10:25:11 PM PDT by Vendome (Don't take life so seriously, you won't live through it anyway)
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To: Vendome

One MORE reason our door is ALWAYS locked. And of course it has, for a long time, if someone is in distress they can enter a house - breaking down the door if need be, without a warrant.

But mail piled up? How about the grass a bit too long? The flower pots a little too dry?


21 posted on 06/10/2013 11:00:45 PM PDT by 21twelve ("We've got the guns, and we got the numbers" adapted and revised from Jim M.)
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