“and its funny how when you go eat with cops, soldiers or other like-minded people they all want to sit in the same place.”
Some stuff you might like to read on how to minimize your risks..
Most of this I already knew, and I practice a significant part of it every day whenever I leave the house. .
You can’t be in condition red all of the time, but you can pay attention and plan for such things, which will give you a better chance than most folks.
Read, learn, and think.
One of the things you will determine when you dine in public with those types of folks is who you can trust to watch your back – and who will trust YOU to watch theirs. Not a bad place to be…………..
LOL, yeah it is ALWAYS a fight to see who gets to sit watching the door… We've even moved the table so at least two folks had eyes on the door. 🙂
When we met in Indy, I noticed that we all moved to the chairs facing the door….You, me, Tam, Don, etc.
And that was likely the safest room in the city that day…..