They had dated briefly, then broken up. He came over to talk. To try to get her back, maybe. They were in an upstairs bedroom, talking. Then arguing. Things got heated enough that the girl’s 12-year-old brother went outside and across the street to their neighbor’s house to seek help. The neighbor, Ernie, and his two sons went across the street to try to defuse the situation. They went upstairs and tried to get the guy to leave.
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So, instead, here’s some quick-hitters about my trip:Picture this: You’re on an interstate, there are six lanes in each direction and all 12 of those lanes are completely jam-packed all day, every day. We’d load a location into the GPS — 3 miles away — and we’d arrive 30 minutes later. We spent hours in the car across the five days and we didn’t even use a half tank of gas in our SUV.
Or, "I live in a middle-class suburb and commute 25 miles to a rural area for work and there are no trains and buses and driving sucks and I'd rather be sleeping or eating or goofing off on my phone." https://t.co/xIStWp5UOi
@elijahandrews20@HeidiAskren Because it precludes interaction with an entire gender on a paranoid assumption that maybe one of them would someday fabricate some kind of sexual abuse story?
Essentially, women are so dangerous/untrustworthy/deceitful that they should be avoided.
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