Would this make the news if the aggressor was the victim.

Posted by  $  Dobrien 3 months, 3 weeks ago to News
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We need to share the news and nature of these attacks. Listen to the aggressor calls his victim something. Any guesses?
We need to become the new media. Citizen journalists sharing news.
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  • Posted by  $  Solver 3 months, 3 weeks ago
    Hate and intolerance.
    There is a progressing amount of it going around.
    But the colors are all wrong, so it won’t make the Main Stream neo-Postmodern News Media.
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    • Posted by  $  3 months, 3 weeks ago
      The Brainstream media is not the news it is a propaganda machine. Sprinkling in some current events. Even those stories are twisted. Ex. Remember Mrs Trump going to Puerto Rico in her high heels. We are under attack for believing in Our country. #MAGA
      Really.
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  • Posted by wmiranda 3 months, 2 weeks ago
    I need to get one of those red hats with white letters in front that say "Relax Idiots. It's just a red hat". But I suppose I'll have to be carrying when I wear the hat, just in case I get attacked anyway.
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  • Posted by  $  Stormi 3 months, 2 weeks ago
    When our daughter was in 7th grade, she had a broken toe, and crutches. One little thug threatened to knock her down the steps. The school was on lock down, that week because of a couple missing students who had made a bomb threat. A day later, crutches left home, teachers huddled behind classroom doors while students changed calss, thug appeared and was going to shove her down the septs. having a brown belt in Tae Kwon Do, she flipped him, sending him sliding down the hall. Now, if the teachers had seen, she would have been punished. However, several cops were on site until the bomb issue was resolved, and one came around the corner just in time to see what happened. he looked down at the boy, and said, "You piked the wrong girl this time." Self defense is always the first line of defense, or as my Psy. prof. once told us, fight, as the other option is someone might kill you.
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  • Posted by bbramant 3 months, 2 weeks ago
    These instances are better for freedom than they seem. They serve to alienate the average, more or less, free speech supporting populous. They point out blatant media bias. While sheep may not recognize it, the "Atlases" of the world are forced to recognize what's going on.
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  • Posted by  $  allosaur 3 months, 2 weeks ago
    It has long occurred to me that Fake News is salivating for any, any, any news about anyone wearing a MAGA hat starting any trouble.
    That's why they are so keen about blaming anyone wearing a MAGA hat without checking out the facts whenever there is confrontation so far always started by the other party.
    Motive? It's all about making Trump look bad. Oh, how badly libtards wanna to do that 24/7!
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  • Posted by Abaco 3 months, 2 weeks ago
    Clearly bullying. I was in a couple similar situations when I was a kid. But, I could fist fight like nobody's business. The bully would find himself on his back without warning, eyes bulging in desperation, unable to get me off of him. It was nice. The message was sent clearly that bullying doesn't pay off. My dad still talks of one of those instances decades later...I think he's actually proud about it.
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    • Posted by  $  3 months, 2 weeks ago
      Successful self defense is a beautiful thing.
      You may have seen this but the replay is fun.
      https://youtu.be/vhavpBocyow
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      • Posted by Abaco 3 months, 2 weeks ago
        Yeah, that's a nice vintage video.

        I even decided to train with a pro boxing trainer in his gym all through my 40s. Now, I just kind of look like a thick middle-aged schlub. But, I developed real punching power. I routinely broke heavy bag hardware - even knocked a guy down with a jab sparring once. I caught him thinking flat-footed but didn't have the heart to hit him square with a right. He was a good fighter, though, and I had the marks on my face to show it for a few days... You learn a lot about yourself when you box, not all of it pleasant... I'm going to teach both of my kids how to deliver a blow. It's a lost art...
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        • Posted by  $  3 months, 2 weeks ago
          My Grandpa lived next to the Gibbons Brothers on the east side of St Paul. He due To proximity athleticism and size became their sparring partner.
          Tommy Gibbons Fought Jack Dempsey in a famous bout I think in Montana. https://youtu.be/XdCcMZZoVMY
          Grampa Dewey taught my two uncles how to box but not my dad , he was the youngest known as Little Joe. Dad had a temper I think that is why.
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          • Posted by  $  allosaur 3 months, 2 weeks ago
            My most interesting encounter with a bully was when me dino was in 8th grade (or a year off front or back). Playing touch football during PE, a bully tried to kick me in the butt for the grievous sin of me dino fumbling a pass.
            I caught the kick coming rearwards from my left side in the corner of my eye. Out of sheer instinct, I managed to snatch the heel of his incoming foot and jerk it hard upwards.
            The bully flew off his only standing foot. He slammed down hard on hard southeast Alabama clay ground good for growing peanuts. Pebbles were spread upon this reddish-brown surface.. It had to hurt.
            When the bully got up, I was surprised he did not attack me with so many fellow students staring at him.. He did not even say a word and pretended like nothing had happened.
            It occurred to me later that the bully must have thought I knew karate or judo.
            This was years before I heard of kung fu and similar martial art forms.
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            • Posted by Exitstageright 3 months, 2 weeks ago
              When I was a young lad desperate to find work to put myself through college, I found a part time job at a meat plant loading trucks off a conveyor belt with 50 - 70 lb boxes of meat 6 days a week 7PM to 11PM. And I was taking on a full load of college classes. Maybe all this made me a tad surly.
              There was a huge bully, scary looking, everyone whispered his name as "the Breed". 6'4" or so, probably 210 lbs, scarred and all muscle. He took a dislike to my 6'1" skinny 155 lb frame and found great joy in throwing meat boxes into my back blindsided.
              I had finally, after a few weeks trying to reason with him, begging him not to do that, had had enuff. Right after he slammed another box into me, the break buzzer went off. We all went outside into the chill nite air to take a smoke break or just get out of the stinking packing plant environment. There was a 6' 2 x 4 that propped the door open so that we would not lock ourselves out. I made it out before the "Breed". I probably forgot to tell you folks that I also played baseball in college. One batter up across Breed's face was all it took. As they hauled him off in an ambulance, the plant foreman took me aside and told me it might be best if I found another job in case the Breed recovered and came back looking for me. I took that advice. But the lesson I learned was that confronted with non negotiable unrelenting superior force, survive by whatever means necessary to live another day.
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              • Posted by  $  allosaur 3 months, 2 weeks ago
                Me dino can relate to the pent-up rage you must have felt, though I've never had so extreme a provocation. I've had other episodes where I had time to build up resentment; but as for that attempted kick I wrote about above, it came out of nowhere and I just reacted out of pure defensive instinct.
                You're lucky you were not charged with assault and battery. Me dino knowing bullies in my past, that oafish lout wanted to take care of you personally. You made the right decision by getting out of Dodge. At least you left with the satisfaction of getting payback.
                And who knows? Maybe that bully learned a lesson and quit picking on people smaller than him.
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                • Posted by Exitstageright 3 months, 2 weeks ago
                  Always wanting to give folks the benefit of the doubt, I really wish the guy was capable of learning a lesson. But I found out later he was too far gone. They extradited him back to Arkansas after his recovery. Turns out the guy was a wanted felon on the lamb and had several indictments of assault and battery, robbery, rape, sexual assault of children, both male and female, and attempted murder. If I had managed to put a tad more 'english' on that 2 x 4 I may have saved taxpayer money. And there was a not a witness one out there that nite that would not have testified that they saw 'absolutely nothing"...
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                  • Posted by  $  allosaur 3 months, 2 weeks ago
                    He sexually assaulted children?
                    And you smashed him in the face?
                    Congratulations!
                    Know you knew nothing of that and was just looking out for yourself, but I hope clobbering him is what actually led to his extradition.
                    That would have given this evildoer less time to harm other people.
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  • Posted by  $  Thoritsu 3 months, 2 weeks ago
    Very entertaining. I assume the issue is another term and there might be a real dent in the aggressor's handouts?

    I would love one of these snowflake ass hats to start this with me.
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  • Posted by evlwhtguy 3 months, 2 weeks ago
    "Jones has not been formally charged"....why the hell not! Oh......maybe I know. We do have a multi-tier justice system here in the USA.Some people are not held to the same standards as others. I hesitate to suggest why.....because discourse is subject to the same differential standard based on who you are.
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  • Posted by DrZarkov99 3 months, 2 weeks ago
    On a related note, the UC Berkeley PD has identified the student who sucker punched a MAGA hat wearer, and are seeking a felony arrest warrant. Once enough of these clowns start to receive consequences for their actions, it should serve to put a damper on progressive violence.

    Bullies, in general, are cowards, and once singled out for retribution, stop bullying. When I was in high school (farther back than I care to remember) I was an undersized nerd, and a target of certain bullies. I shrugged off their efforts, trying to make the point it didn't affect me, but one guy didn't get the message. One day, as I was leaving a class, he leaned out of an overhead bathroom window and spit on me. My tolerance had reached its limit, and within 30 seconds, the bully found himself suspended out the same window, with only my grip on his throat between him and the concrete below. Needless to say there were profuse apologies, and the bullying stopped.
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    • Posted by  $  3 months, 2 weeks ago
      Swift justice served. I would hazard a guess that the dangling bully thought twice about his actions.
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      • Posted by DrZarkov99 3 months, 2 weeks ago
        I think it was as much the idea that the "victim" he targeted was about three inches shorter and thirty pounds less weight than him that caused the most embarrassment. Given that although only 5'6" and 141 pounds at the time, I was also a defensive tackle on the football team (had to beat guys who outweighed me by 100 pounds each week to stay on the field) should have given him a clue I probably wasn't a good target.
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        • Posted by  $  3 months, 2 weeks ago
          My ex-brother in law who was all state tightend in college. He thought he was pretty tough and one night at a bar in Winona ....
          Lou thought he would pick on a skinny guy sitting at the bar. The guy asked if he wanted to do something about it. He went to get in the guys face and the guy stood up and smashed his face knocking him out and as he was going down the guy hit him three more times. Turned out he was a lightweight golden gloves champ. Only one guy can claim he is the baddest ( as if that’s a value)
          Safe to say with 7 billion folks out there ,it ain’t me.
          Peace.
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