reply to post by topherman420
Your right. I can't handle a monotonous task such as repeating the same trite over and over
again. So I live on disability since, yes i was abandoned by my entire family, and I study
I threw the first punch. He initiated the first battery and assault action. I didn't reach across
his counter. I refused to leave until I could buy my food. He gave the food, then he took it back
after he told me to get out. And then I said that I am entitled to buy his product, and I am
entitled to my receipt. I don't understand what is going on, why isn't someone
saying anything. That sort of thing. Why aren't you helping me mitigate this heated conversation?
I think that's a good question. I would have said "What's the problem?" And then
found an easy solution.
Seems reasonable to me, since neither of us were being reasonable, however I was
in asking for my receipt and my food to purchase. What wasn't reasonable
was him, reaching over the counter, and physically assaulting me
and dragging me out of his store because he didn't feel like giving me a receipt now,
in the future, and he also didn't feel like rationalizing the conversation with me.
It seems to me, as if this man was looking for the fight. Because
how can you accuse an advocate of peace of being the perpetrator? The
seeker of peace is seeking for a solution. Whether or not he is aware
of the solution, is not the case, the case is that all of the regulations
Guarantee herein of