Re: [93attendees] what currency is widely used in Czech?

Daniel Harkins <> Fri, 10 July 2015 21:32 UTC

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On 7/10/15, 8:40 AM, "93attendees on behalf of Lisa Lorenzin" <<> on behalf of<>> wrote:

I see it a little differently; my hope is that wearing a PacSafe bag and carrying it cross-body in front of me (rather than at my side or back) marks me as someone more aware of the issue - and thus higher potential difficulty for a thief - leading pickpockets to pass me up for someone who looks like an easier mark.  I don't have to outrun the bear...

  There is a wide spectrum of crime between pickpocketing and getting shot.
Wearing a PacSafe bag cross-body in front is a signal that you got something
valuable. You are making yourself look like the tastiest morsel for that bear.

  When walking around foreign cities I follow the old saying, “the nail that sticks
up gets the hammer.” I try my best to look local or at least not so much like
a tourist but even if I do I don’t look like the one to rob— large wallet in pocket,
PacSafe bag cross-body in front of me….

  Be safe,



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On Jul 10, 2015, at 5:03 PM, Derick Winkworth <<> <> > wrote:

Having traveled a bit, and having been robbed before, I'm quite comfortable with the expensive bag with anti-theft features.

So have I, but I think a bag like that marks you as a potential target.

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