I always say, lock the doors, I don't feel like getting stabbed and robbed so maybe you could lock the doors, and they ask how often that happens, the stabbing and the robbing, and then I say, why wait till it happens? I'm pretty sure I won't enjoy it so why wait till it happens? Why not prevent it? It's not like you don't read about it in the paper and hear about it on the news. The local paper and news. So, an ounce of prevention is worth a litre of blood and a complete, almost, Sony ES setup from '87. I'd say, and I do say again and again, I say, but to no avail.
Just twist that little thing, and turn that other thing. Done. Do it when you come in. Make it a habit. Don't even think about it, just make it a habit. It's hardly a bother and you won't have to hear my sarcastic comments... about the unlocked doors. —I Like My Blood and I Like My Stuff