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  1. Amy, I believe so long as you don’t frequent the dating aspects or help wanted, you’ll be fine. Remember, if something sounds too good to be true, it often isn’t. I too frequent Craig’s list for inexpensive things.

    • Ok, I’ll steer clear of those sections, so as to avoid the murderers.

      • I also email people I know when and where I am going to pick up a CL item at a sellers house, or if someone is coming to my house to buy something and what time to call the police if they don’t hear from me again. Sometimes my dog is with me and I feel safer, but when you really think it is just false security. Murderers are everywhere, but it is usually by exes or other known to the victim people. (I watch a lot of the ID channel shows on netflix)

        • Murderers are everywhere!?!? Oh geez….

          • the craigslist killer went to the same school system my son goes to, found that out after I bought my house (I thought he was from a nearby county), while I was in Boston last week I checked the online news briefly and swear there were murders all around there, you have the famous Trevon Martin case on trial now, and he was just walking down the street…if us stroke survivors are walking down the street funny then we are at greater risk too…we can not live in fear, we just have to live and use common sense

            • Oh my, that’s scary!! Yes, we have to be in high alert. I bought a thing of pepper spray. I bought it to take on walks with my dog but the stroke and my disabilities are actually one of the reasons I bought it.

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