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Postby Masato » Sat Oct 21, 2017 5:51 pm

How do you judge this one? lol

Dude was being super obnoxious and annoying and offensive, but says he's a lawyer, and from that perspective he did nothing wrong, while the good folks who stood up to him broke all kinds of assault and theft laws

Not sure who is right here, maybe nobody

(also testing how to post tweets)

https://twitter.com/balleralert/status/ ... 5459949568

guy was pretty punk I'll give him that. Old man kicking him while he was down was pretty badass too lol

NY subway got characterz :D

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Postby Edge Guerrero » Sat Oct 21, 2017 8:06 pm

Masato wrote:How do you judge this one? lol

Dude was being super obnoxious and annoying and offensive, but says he's a lawyer, and from that perspective he did nothing wrong, while the good folks who stood up to him broke all kinds of assault and theft laws

Not sure who is right here, maybe nobody

- Theres law and theres gentleman etiquette, respect people space and peace!My theory is that dude acted annoying with the intent of bothering people and sue them! People do that to bouncers, secutirty personel too!

(also testing how to post tweets)

https://twitter.com/balleralert/status/ ... 5459949568

guy was pretty punk I'll give him that. Old man kicking him while he was down was pretty badass too lol

NY subway got characterz :D
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