How to Survive a Terror Attack
Run, Hide, and Call, the current British advice, is dangerous. I discovered, from growing up in a rather gritty city, and from being trained by the U.S. government's best killers [USMC drill instructors tend to have active egos about that particular ability of theirs], that fighting quickly and suddenly can disrupt your attacker's rhythm enough to give you an advantage. You might get hurt or killed by fighting back, but you're much more likely to be rendered mortal when curled up in a ball on the floor. The former gives you a chance.