Fred Sanford wrote:I'm one of those people that doesn't do too well when someone tries to punk me out, I rise to the bait and usually call them on it. This just an example and and probably an extreme one at that, but backing down is looked upon as a sign of weakness by most of these modern day punks.
the last time that happened some guy decided he didn't like me for absolutely no reason, he started talking ##### to me when I walked up to the bar to purchase a couple of drinks and my response was "hey Tom(one of my friends) watch this, and i preceded to punch the guy 3 or 4 times and turned on my heel and walked out. If I wouldn't have done this I would have been screwed with all night by this a-hole, so you figure it out, I'm not eating crap for anyone, I'd rather go down swinging.
All i can say is that verbal self defense is great, but without being willing and able to commit to more you ain't gonna get but only so far.
Somehow, my "Detect Troll" spell is going off here.
What Fred describes is assault & battery, plain and simple.
And one has to wonder where the bouncers were during all this and why he wasn't detained for punching someone out?
Lee Darrow, C.Ht.