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Thread: Childhood Should Have Killed Us - OK, Boomer Edition

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duncan Glenday View Post
    No worries - we were young and immortal and we could beat up any bad guys!

    In some ways, I miss the over-confidence of youth
    It's just such a weird concept to me. Plus, just recently I was watching a show about a guy who confessed in a letter to killing eleven girls but since has said the opposite. They were trying to connect him to these crimes and a lot of the girls vanished while hitchhiking and this was the early '70's. So it had to be somewhat known that it was taking a chance.

    Of course most here are guys so it's a bit different in that regard but still, I'm wowed that you would take that risk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheLoony View Post
    It's just such a weird concept to me. Plus, just recently I was watching a show about a guy who confessed in a letter to killing eleven girls but since has said the opposite. They were trying to connect him to these crimes and a lot of the girls vanished while hitchhiking and this was the early '70's. So it had to be somewhat known that it was taking a chance.

    Of course most here are guys so it's a bit different in that regard but still, I'm wowed that you would take that risk.
    There was a Freakonomics episode that discussed this. These days there's a commonly held belief that it's dangerous due to some high profile cases of kidnapping, etc. but apparently, statistically speaking, it isn't as risky as we're led to believe.


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    This is the episode I heard.

    http://freakonomics.com/podcast/wher...radio-podcast/
    Last edited by Plasmatopia; 12-20-2019 at 05:14 PM.
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