- Sep 18, 2018
- Western North Carolina
Oh yeah, just a tip. If you want to improve your awareness and ability to perform effective threat assessments, invest a little time in watching the behavior of a cat. Their intelligence is impressive...until it comes to running out in front of a car. But, I attribute that to them facing an unnatural threat they don't understand.
For 59 years of my 70 years here I was a dog man only!
Yep I had no place for cats, damn things never listen 2 U. LOL
With 3 now, Luna_Tic, Shelly & Subbie I have cats.
Shelly & Stubbie are sisters & live outside. I caught Shelly & got her fixed, however Stubbie won't let me near now.
No problem Shelly is the dominate sister & Stubbie quit having Kittens after Shelly got fixed.
Damn did I sway off course, Ok the Luna Tic as I call her lives inside she used to bite now not so much. A calico
Awareness back to center. As I grew up in Foreign countries, the 3rd world ones mostly.
I was aware as a child of being looked at by people. People who were aware of their surroundings & what was going on around them.
Even now if you watch people around you. Americans seem to not want to make eye contact with those around them.
Why? All the white people just look around, oblivious to what's going on. Spanish, Blacks & Orientals seem to have no trouble watching
what is going on around themselves. Why the fear from whites.
I have a thought. What if White people don't know how to watch?
When you want to find a fight just stare at some guy long enough & sooner than later, you will get your fight.
Let you eyes move about never stopping to stare. You will see even the bad asses will not stop & stare at first, unless you do.
I have always looked at everything & everybody, it's so natural just like a Cat ready to jump at any time, & most importantly just where to jump.