I'm beyond being tired of the crowded jail and we can't catch them arguments. It's bullshit! As a realtor, I work new construction and these sites are continually hit, no matter where they are in our wet region. They hit models for appliances and TV's and homes under construction for the wire. The guy does $8,000 damage to a house, sets construction back a couple of weeks, and gets maybe $20-$25 for the wire. The police come out and there is NO investigation. No print dusting, nada. And if they do get lucky and catch one of the little bastards, the DA won't prosecute--too hard to get a conviction and they are worried about their rate. And the poor guys are soooo busy. And if there is an arrest and if there is a conviction, the courts turn them loose, and they are back prowling that night. Is this what we want or pay for? I just moved out of Parkland for peace of mind--the place is burglary central! Two houses within 200 feet of my house had their front door kicked in the middle of the day and were ransacked. And, again, no investigation or anything. In one, the owner, a nice young lady, did some checking and found out it was a druggie from Graham. She called and he basically admitted the crime and laughed. And the police? They told her it was his word (a druggie with a record) against hers (clean) and the druggie who had given him up to her. So they didn't even talk to him. Contrast that with the radio report yesterday. In some city, people were lined up for the release of the new LeBron James Nike shoe. Yeah, I know and agree--dumbasses! But, some enterprising perp figured here's all these guys with at least $180 each waiting outside a closed store so he went down the line robbing them. One of the shoe lovers had a cc permit and shot the guy--dead. Didn't even get out of line. Bought his shoes and went home. Cops came, cleaned up the mess, and there was no arrest and apparently no hassle. Could be that's where we're headed as a society. Alex, ya need any contributions for ammo?