Old 01-15-19, 01:37 PM
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Originally Posted by shoota View Post
Am I the only one that remembers when knocking on a door was a normal thing to do? What happened?
Yeah, I'm with you! I'll answer a knock on the door, and I knock on people's doors? Why do we have to assume that people are threats first until otherwise proven?

In fact, at our rural home, people don't even knock, they just walk in. That took some getting used to, but it seems to be the local culture. That is, with people who know us. Strangers don't do that.
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