Meaning that you absolutely could have avoided it or ended if at a safer point than what eventually happened. (This thread http://www.glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1432646 reminded me of my situation.) When I was 17 (27 now) I was leaving a local mall and a guy came up to me with a sob story about not being able to get home. He was heading in the same direction as me, and I wanted to feel like a good guy, so I agreed to give him a ride. I got about 2/3 the way where he was going and he asked me to pull into a quik-e-mart. He ran in for a minute or two and returned with a brillo pad and a pen. I thought it was very strange, but didn't kick him out of the truck like I should have. We went a block or so and he grabbed my cell phone out of the cup holder and thanked me for letting him make a call. I didn't want to let him but he already had the phone. I figured I'd let him finish up, drop him off, and be on my way. Next thing I know this guy breaks out the brillo pad, the pen, some aluminum foil and a rock, and starts smoking crack right in my truck. Obviously as a 17 year old white boy with a 30 year old urban individual smoking crack in my truck with my phone, I am very scared. I pulled over immediately and told him that was as far as I could take him. He proceeded to tell me plethora of unfavorable things about myself. I ended up losing the cell phone (he refused to return it) and nothing else. I consider myself incredibly lucky that it only cost me a phone. That experience has left me with an extreme distrust of any urban individual. I cannot be the only one to have been naive enough to make such a mistake. Anybody else willing to share?