Bonus: Puppy License 2 / ( 3 )
The thoughts that brought me to this incidents were among other things: Stupid reasons serial killers get caught - like having predictable habits or speeding tickets, missing licence plates... Ah man switching British English and American English around. AE makes more sense for the comic.
The other issue is that there are certain issues my serial killers did not seem to have done: Animal cruelty, arson. When I listen to serial killer stories, i never get the arson. It s just plain destruction, no... personal hurt. After I adopted to kittens I got so squeamish about detailed stories of what some of them did to cats.. these thoughts sometimes randomly pop into my head. I am no animal rights activist, but people who hurt pets... or kids... are true monsters.
Well, after i noticed what a change having cats made (even though i did have a family cat for along time), i thought how much worse would it get to read about atrocities done to kids once i had a kid of my own.
The thought that creeps me out so much is that there is no protection possible. Most of these very rare acts are just so SO random. But i feel exactly the same about hearing about terrible accidents. Just the randomness... the unfairness. My therapist warned me of trying to prevent / prepare for those rare, possible but very unlikely tragedies. I d do nothing else and my thoughts and worries would govern me. So my every day thought when somebody i love leaves the house, tries not to be: I hope you don t die on your way to work / school / the garbage can. Its more... I look forward to be seeing you later. (after you haven t died from a freak accident).