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Sure for her own sake. But shes the one who tried to walk away and he followed her ***. I'm curious how you feel about the trayvon martin situation. Considering he did the same thing as this female and not a single NTer besides the few corny ones defended Zimmerman



I'm not certain it's an apt comparison.


Molitor went into the establishment, visibly upset, and Mixon followed. It almost seemed like Mixon simply walked in to talk but as soon as she saw him she turned into the aggressor.


Let's not conflate the two incidents here. The overwhelming consensus, and justifiably so, is that Zimmerman was looking for someone to victimize.


I don't think that was Mixon's intent judging by his initial approach. It wasn't until he pushed her that his demeanor changed.


Then again the video is silent, he looked calm but perhaps he came in antagonizing her and her friend. IDK, they both have their accounts and frankly the truth is probably somewhere in the middle.

I agree and disagree. We don't know what was said but we do know they have a confrontation outside. She left and went in the establishment. He followed. I doubt he was going in to be nice about it considering he didn't even try to push her away or anything. He just went full Roy Jones junior and walked out as calmly as he walked in
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post #92 of 101
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I agree and disagree. We don't know what was said but we do know they have a confrontation outside. She left and went in the establishment. He followed. I doubt he was going in to be nice about it considering he didn't even try to push her away or anything. He just went full Roy Jones junior and walked out as calmly as he walked in


Right, but my point is that neither party properly assessed the situation.


IDK what the disagreement here is.
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If we are at the mercy of our neurochemistry then what? Do we turn the other cheek when cops use excessive force in tense, rapidly building situations?


There has to be a buffer there, a conscientious effort to restrain yourself.


I have one, I need one. I have an anger issue. Sometimes I need to catch myself, usually it's just me thinking to myself that I need to take a step back and reassess the situation.
I don't think it's about turning the other cheek but in the understanding that sometimes people are not always thinking clearly. Unfortunately when good people aren't around to channel some situations somewhere less destructive then you'll see the animal in people. Sometimes it just is what it is. This situation happens multiple times a day everyday but our society has this infatuation with watching successful or on their way to be successful people crash and burn. It validates their own life and gives them some kind of moral high ground to throw pebbles. At the end of the day I watched two people make very serious mistakes and it just is what it is. No harm no foul
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I agree and disagree. We don't know what was said but we do know they have a confrontation outside. She left and went in the establishment. He followed. I doubt he was going in to be nice about it considering he didn't even try to push her away or anything. He just went full Roy Jones junior and walked out as calmly as he walked in


Right, but my point is that neither party properly assessed the situation.


IDK what the disagreement here is.

She walked away
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post #95 of 101
And as far as police shooting people it's the same ****. Some things are completely egregious and should be stood up to and others it just is what it is.
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She walked away


Right, but that wasn't enough. She should've walked away again, and again, and again until he got the message that she didn't want to speak to him.


She certainly should not have touched him.
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The jakes only get complete nonsense tho. Black shirt certainly isn't pointing at him saying ****** to the other black dude and chances are he didn't say ******. The legal system disgusts me because once it reaches this point all truth is lost in hopes of leverage somewhere.
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Wow.
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I would've slapped her... idc. Only person I'm "walking away" from is a child. Women, men, old people, animals all will get fire slapped out of them doing that to me.
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She walked away


Right, but that wasn't enough. She should've walked away again, and again, and again until he got the message that she didn't want to speak to him.


She certainly should not have touched him.

I mean I guess so. I don't know how to respond because it should never come to that in the first place
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The jakes only get complete nonsense tho. Black shirt certainly isn't pointing at him saying ****** to the other black dude and chances are he didn't say ******. The legal system disgusts me because once it reaches this point all truth is lost in hopes of leverage somewhere.

Agreed
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