posted on Oct, 26 2007 @ 04:02 PM
Thank you very much, lombozo. I truly can, and do, appreciate your actions. My son (now 15) has Rubenstein Taybi Syndrome and I truly pray that
there are more like you on this Earth. We (you and I) are actually alot alike in that it takes quite a bit to "flip our switch".....and that can be
a very scary thing to live with. My biggest fear is to see someone mistreat my son in any way....I absolutely know the outcome won't be good. I've
done very well keeping my cool, overall. The one time that I "lost it" was in highschool (am now 43). A guy sucker punched my brother (who wore
braces at the time) and actually put a hole in his cheek. I did OK, overall, until the next day at school. We had it out at the end of lunch
(cafeteria empty except for teachers and the principal). End result, scars on my left forearm from blocking chairs that he through at me (he was 6"
taller), all of the teeth on the left side of his face loose, police intervention (principal called them....the dude was going nuts in the principals
office....might have had something to do with me flipping him off every time the principal turned around), and the dude never coming back to school
(moved in with his dad, another school district). As I've gotten older, I realize that things could quickly escalate to the point which I might not
be around to help (especially if my son's involved). I know that I blacked out once the rage hit in high school.....it truly and deeply scares me
what I might do if I saw what you did (and if it involved my boy). I just want to say thanks, actually. Makes me feel great that someone like you
just might have his back down the road.
[edit on 26-10-2007 by TruthIsPower]