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Far too many variables in your scenario to answer. Do they need help? Do they need to use the phone? What do they want? Are they carrying guns?
So I guess it would depend on what they wanted.
Yes,you are so right.I am speaking of in need of a hand out.
I thought you were referring to Lot. I try to help people when I can, but seeing as I have a family it would take a lot to allow people in my house.
In my old neighborhood there were people who would send a girl up to the door to ask to use the phone, usually saying that her car had broken down. If you let her in suddenly her "boyfriend" would appear and they would try to rob you. I have a friend who was walked in on by a bum determined to make himself a sandwich. This in spite of the gun my friend put in his face. Some people are crazy. For me the answer is likely, and sadly, no.
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