posted on May, 16 2009 @ 11:36 PM
99% of the time, nothing is going to come from this. That being said, she is family so I feel the same that you do: You need to protect her.
Beyond that, however, don't go getting violent.
Here's a good story that might help:
Once, a friend of mine was driving in his car on the highway from Taft, CA to Bakersfield, CA. Now if you haven't been there, the road gets
EXTREMELY foggy. We are talking split pea soup thick fog. He was driving home from work one night and all of a sudden saw a red brake light in front
of him. He was already doing 10 mph under the speed limit. He slammed on his brakes and the wheels locked and he skid a little bit but recovered.
Out of the fog came several motorcycles, surrounding his car, KICKING his car as he tried to get his bearings and get underway. Apparently, they were
trying to shut the road down for their own little drag race in the fog (real smart, right?)
Long story short, he called the cops on his cell phone and luckily there was a copy less than 2 minutes away. The cop pulled over few bikers, while
most sped off. WITH THE COP PRESENT, several bikers surrounded my friend's car and beat on his doors and windows, pulling out knives, threatening to
kill him, claiming to have written down his license plate and that they would track him down.
Well they got arrested and nothing ever came from it. There's a huge difference between being an immature little punk who can't control his temper
and doesn't know when to hold his tongue, and a REAL bad guy who is going to 'bust a cap in your butt'
Take it easy, watch out for her, but don't start something when your real goal is to keep her safe.