Reddit_in_her_voice t1_j9ag62y wrote

Just stay out of brush, look at your trouser legs every few minutes when you're in the woods, and spend a minute checking yourself in the bathroom when you shower after the trip.

I have kids and go out innawoods and I only ever found one tick on me after the fact (still crawling around), and my son once had one in his skin after a camping trip.

It's not a big deal.


Reddit_in_her_voice t1_j8mqgt3 wrote

The police didn't do their job to make it impossible for the guy to buy a gun so that's the gun shop's fault?

The lawyer for the cops is arguing that is the gun shop's job to investigate potential crimes.

>Morrissette said that red flags were there, and they should have thoughtfully been checked out before MacPherson was sold a firearm.

If only we had some kind of public entity designated as the official crime investigation body!