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Monday, May 10, 2010


Greetings and Salutations to All my Kith and Kin and All the Ships in Outer Space:

Have any of you all been approached yet by your local volunteer United States Census worker?

According to three (03) news articles posted at the DRUDGE REPORT web site, there have already been some problems, which probably won't affect me, but do cause me to worry about the safety of you and your loved ones.

Since I reside in a guarded federal retirement facility, i.e., the Old Soldiers' Home, I and my comrades are not likely to be in any danger.

However, one family in Texas has already suffered a violent home invasion by a FAKE census worker, resulting in homicide, and a girl in Indiana was beaten and raped by a GENUINE census worker.

Also, even the volunteer census workers are not immune to opportunistic violent criminals, as a volunteer census worker in Connecticut was carjacked and kidnapped.

So, before you allow a United States Census worker into your home, I urge you to take protective measures.

Similarly, our local volunteer census workers now need to be aware that many residents will be extra cautious, maybe even slightly hostile, and based on the above reported incidents, with good reason.

My first recommendation is a cellular telephone AND a twelve gauge pump shotgun loaded with alternating rounds of .00 buckshot and rifled slugs.

Also, I suggest you answer the door with a loaded pistol discreetly held behind your back, or at your side, aimed towards the floor.

But, if you reside in an area where firearms are prohibited, then you can still effectively defend your home by having a can of wasp and hornet spray in your hand, with which, if you are threatened, you can respond by spraying the contents directly into the face and eyes of the attacker, even from across the room.

The immediate effects of the wasp and hornet spray will not only neutralize the threat, but it will force the intruder to seek medical attention at the nearest hospital, where local constabulary can intercept him.

Thank you.
Washington, D.C.  20011-8400

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