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by Abraham
Thu Sep 15, 2016 8:21 am
Forum: Never Again!!
Topic: Close call almost had to draw
Replies: 63
Views: 6212

Re: Close call almost had to draw

"Quit being so judgemental."

Ah, one of the left's favorite, haughty bromides.

They demand no one take them to task when they involve themselves in all sorts of despicable behavior with:

"Quit being so judgemental."

Being judgemental is an everyday requirement for those of us who take a stand in life. Morality, honesty, good character all require good judgement, but the mantra of "Quit being so judgemental" necessarily requires one to be wishy-washy about everything.

On another note: Yes, the OP requested opinions regarding his encounter and subsequent behavior. He didn't say, please don't judge me.
by Abraham
Thu Sep 15, 2016 7:06 am
Forum: Never Again!!
Topic: Close call almost had to draw
Replies: 63
Views: 6212

Re: Close call almost had to draw

My opinion: One doesn't need to have the last word when carrying. If you need to defend yourself, do so without escalating the situation by using insulting/threatening words as seen below:

You said: "I look him straight in the eye and tell him he can [Abbreviated profanity deleted. Don't do it again.]

The above utterance is insulting and completely unnecessary and which could easily create escalation.

He pauses a few seconds considering his options and as he starts to lean to grab something from under the seat, I say "You won't get the chance to sit up straight"

The second sentence sounds like a western movie/braggadocio type threat. Probably pleasing to the ego, but makes you the aggressor.

Keeping insults and threats to yourself is the wisest choice of action. Such behavior won't get in the way of defending yourself.

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