Why do people do this? When I was a student at Madison, a guy jumped out of the bushes with , well never mind. What is the deal with that? I went after him with my hard bound note holder and he ran like a rabbit. I still do not get this.
posted on 06/19/2002 8:03:40 PM PDT
Why do people do this?
Teletubbies are on summer repeats.
I had a very tough girlfriend many years ago in college. She went to NYC and a man was doing the same thing directly behind her on a crowded subway car. She reached back and said "hello" with her nails! He screamed like a wild animal and ran.
posted on 06/19/2002 8:16:59 PM PDT
I work at a grocery store and a few years ago while sitting outside in front of the store at the covered picnic tables. I loser comes over and sits down at another table sitting at a 90 degree angle from me and let's his thang hang out the side of his jogging shorts while facing three girls ages 12, 12, and 10. I called the police and they arrived just as we were about to start fighting.
Charges were filed but the case never came up, or at least the prosecutor never called me, for what reason I don't know. But I can tell you I've never been so angry at another person before or since. I got a few choice words in and when he decided he was going to get out of his truck to fight me is the exact moment the police showed up.
I only lost my temper when I thought he was going to get away before the police arrived.
All the while he's talking to the police he's acting nice and then when they aren't looking he's giving me a look like a cold blooded killer, then when they would start to look at him again he would revert to "Mr. nice guy, it's all a misunderstanding". The worst part about it was he fit the description of a rapist ten minutes south of here and I couldn't get the dang police in that jurisdiction to call me back after about 5 calls.
Scripture would tell you its possession. Thats the trouble with fantasy and porn....it opens the door for worse.
posted on 06/19/2002 10:03:57 PM PDT
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