Two indentical vehicles parked next to each other I think it is quite safe to
say that any thief with at least half a brain will attempt to steal the one
without the rope tangled about the steering wheel. However if you can't figure
out the difference between the rope and the "club" there is no reason for me to
waste time explaining it to you.
Then what you are saying is that my analogy wasn't so lame... And this
thread never indicated that the club and a rope were identical in any way
except that they would both provide an annoyance to a thief (albeit, one
more than the other).
that said thief
think it is quite safe
attempt to steal the
However if you can't
is no reason for
lame... And this
identical in any way
thief (albeit, one
you should try and understand what is being posted instead
of trying to "guess"
what is being said.
not cause an
to be worthy"
its you thats having trouble understanding.
just because you misunderstand is no call to try and blame
lets just snip the subject and move on to another.
LOL I'm not surprised at all that you managed to totally misunderstand
everything said and arrive at the wrong conclusion once again. I've come to
expect it of you. You do realize that for your original argument to be logical
thieves in general would have to ignore the path of least resistance and all
things being equal attack the hardest target available. That is of course a
rehtorical question since in order to arrive at that conclusion you would have
to be capable of logical thought. :).
This argument plays over and over:
What percentage of thieves are "real"? I.e., skilled technically. If
it is really high, then it is pretty clear that only really good
security methods can possibly deter the theft.
If it is low - then not-too-good security methods will deter a high
percentage of thieves, and so provide some degree of additional
If it is very low - then these same methods provide a fairly good
degree of additional security.
This additional security is only provided as long as nothing
particularly attracts "real thieves". So I wouldn't recommend a Club
for, e.g., a Brinks money delivery armored van.
Is this concept so hard to understand?