Friend makes Presumptious Statements about things - then waits to see if I refute or confirm them...

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Registered: 01-18-2006
Friend makes Presumptious Statements about things - then waits to see if I refute or confirm them...
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Tue, 11-08-2011 - 11:48am

This is obviously dirty --- it is to get information.

Trying to get away from this person, but prob. gonna run into him on occasion.

WHAT do you call this?

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Registered: 01-18-2006
funny - his mom - so much like him ----- tries to be an armchair lawyer.

They are democrats, eat, breath, sleep, suck it. Their lives are all about Democrats 000 no wonder they are so miserable ALL the time. Anyone who does not believe as they do are absolute about of their minds!!!! --- think it's the other way around now....

They'd make us out of our minds.

The dad of the family (& 1 daughter) are the ONLY normal ones. Feel sorry for the dad in particular -- 70ish & can barely walk. Just PUTS UP WITH IT! ---- wish I could go rescue him. So sweet -but so helpless - house permeated w/idiots!

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Registered: 11-13-2009
Yeah, it must be a democrat thing.

 

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Registered: 04-21-2008

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Registered: 01-18-2006
You misunderstand. Much of what you say here is not accurate.

And, it's a sad, sad world when someone like ME (& you don't know me) is a bad mother.
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Registered: 07-29-2002

I tend to side with notsosureatallanymore.

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Registered: 05-14-1999

I haven't been on ivillage in several days and haven't read any of the other responses, just your post from the 11th.

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Registered: 01-18-2006
IF there is anything else, I WILL call the police. And I will ignore him from now on. Luckily, I virtually never see him anymore. I am around some days during the day and I see no evidence he's sneaking around my house during the day.

I just feel this is a tricky situation. I feel things would've been much more dangerous IF I'd called the police.

I feel he would've THEN, now, or in the future "GET" my child. To tell the truth, my child is the ONLY witness! And I think he'd take it out ON her - now or whenever. To this day, he has no idea the real story: that my child was in here hiding AND it was she who squealed.

I felt it was just toooo dangerous.

Almost wish NOW he WOULD come on my property so I COULD do something.

Whoever here said I could be encouraging him by even attempting to rationalize his words - maybe you're right@
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Registered: 11-13-2009
You should have told his parents when it happened. It doesn't matter that you don't want to hurt their feelings or whatever.

<< I feel he would've THEN, now, or in the future "GET" my child. To tell the truth, my child is the ONLY witness! And I think he'd take it out ON her - now or whenever. To this day, he has no idea the real story: that my child was in here hiding AND it was she who squealed. >>

Way to teach her to hide, and not have anyone stand up for her, nor do the right thing, which would have been calling the cops.

I hope she doesn't grow up to be as afraid as you. Seriously.

Get a backbone


 

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Registered: 06-16-1998

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Can you please explain what you meant by this statement and what it has to do with your neighbor's behavior?

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Registered: 03-16-2004

Hi CFK,