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Bryan Bondurant

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Owen, I respect you're opinion and realize that you know the British mood far better than I will, living on the other side of the pond as I do. However, I didn't come up with people not feel safe on the street, this was posted by one of your countrymen on a British web site. It comes down to a matter of preception. In general, I immagine that the UK is a lot safer than the US, but there may be areas where people don't feel as safe as possibly you do where you live. That doesn't necessarily have anything to do with reality, it's how people preceive how safe they are. For example, a lot of people think that our schools it the US are dangerous places do to violence. Actually, children are in more danger from violence in their own homes. Schools are actually one of the safest places that they can be. It's just been a few highly abnormal and widely, and wildly, publicized incidents that have cause this preception.

 

Doug Lester

HELP...I'm a twenty year old trapped in the body of an old man!!!

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