There are always people who are convinced there is a rational, polite, gentle and civilized way to stop a violent sociopath from raping their eyesockets.

We call these sensitive souls “Morons.”

They are the perfect demographic for this idiocy (a top pick among Kickstarter staff!  I always ask the staff of what’s basically an auction site for advice on combat):

via The Sacred Cow Slaughterhouse » Wishful Thinking Knows No Bounds.

Read the article. The device is designed by people who have no idea what happens to the body when a dose of adrenalin is suddenly shot into the bloodstream and fine motor skills go out the window.

It appears to be sold as a stand-alone-solve-everything item which in reality means you friends and cops will know where to find your phone once they track it via GPS and with luck your body will be near-by.

Now, if flash-bang grenades were easily available to the public…. that is an app that would slow down an attacker.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

6 thoughts on “Generation iDiot. Rape? There is an App for that.”
  1. I don’t think it’s a *bad* idea. I suspect most people have easier access to their smartphones than their guns.

    Still in favor of firearms and defense advertising targeted at women.

    1. A noise and a 90 lumens light are not effective during the daytime. Plus the way the controls to activate are set, you won’t be able to operate them under stress. Maybe if it had a pull pin of some sort, but not in that configuration.

      1. Ah, so it’s more like the problem with a faulty security system, where it’s actually worse than having nothing, because it doesn’t do anything, but it makes you think you’re safe, and you’re less cautious as a result.

  2. I get that there are a lot of people that just will never carry a gun, ever, no matter what you tell them. Not to mention that there are many, many places that you can’t carry a gun even if you wanted to.

    That said, when it comes to temporary blindness, 10% OC > 90 lumen strobe.

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