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j_d_mcnugent wrote:i would report them. every once in a while i read about roving packs of middle school kids that terrorize people, occasionally beating someone to death. dont let them get away with it. it will just embolden them to do worse things.
BritSox wrote:Madison wrote:BritSox wrote:Are tasers legal in the US?
Just shoot them and do the world a favor.
If they want to act like little wannabe thugs, treat them like thugs. In fear of your life? Fully legal to shoot them in the face.
Wasn't remotely in fear of my life. It was such a ludicrous situation. I found it funny that they'd dare, initially. It was only when i tried to walk away and they pursued that i got worried. It was only fifty feet from a really busy road. My Dad thinks i should just have smacked the skinny one back, but i didn't think it would do any good escalating it. Called the cops when i got to the nearest shop, and they're coming round later to interview me.
Just felt the need to get it off my chest really.
Madison wrote:Now I know you were only venting and don't think action such as that was necessary. Just giving you (and anyone reading this) another way to look at it. Things like this are common here in the states. The 9 o'clock news last night was nothing but robberies and break-ins for the first 20 minutes last night. A man in Tyler, Texas shot a kid who kicked down his front door in a robbery attempt (I think that was Saturday night). No charges will be filed against the homeowner, because the law allows us to kill attackers if we fear for our lives. If more adults would stop putting up with it, and put an end to it instead, the message would be sent loud and clear to these scumbags. Might not appy in your case, but it could apply to someone else who happens to read this.
acsguitar wrote:I really wanna learn martial arts just so I can learn how to defend myself in this case
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