"A Jacksonville woman waiting in a Compass Bank drive-through to drop off a money bag found herself ambushed, robbed and shot at in broad daylight." http://jacksonville.com/news/metro/...ing_robbery_in_jacksonville_bank_drive_throug I think about this scenario constantly when I'm out and about. I find myself wondering "what would I do if (fill in the blank) happened right now?" "How would I react?" Not that everyone should be walking around in condition RED every minute of every day, but I think just the simple act of asking yourself obvious questions and forcing your brain to work through the various possibilities could potentially be the difference in surviving a situation like the one above, or ending up a casualty. When I lived in Phoenix, AZ several years ago, there was an incident on the news one day about a shooting much like this one at a Wendy's drive-thru. The victim was an engineer just grabbing a burger on his lunch break, when he was approached and shot dead while sitting in his car waiting for his order. That has always stuck with me for whatever reason, and I try to remind myself of the fact that things like this happen all the time indiscriminately.