[Noisebridge-discuss] My drunken rampage
robertayoungchu at gmail.com
Wed Mar 7 14:20:50 UTC 2012
Thank you Gavin for your response and I am in complete agreeance.
In the past I have been very verbally aggressive and those situations have
taught me to not be at all. In this situation, when I was spat on, I didn't
react. Not because I had a video camera and was recording the whole thing,
but because I felt that reacting violently or negatively would have not
been the right thing to do.
I felt the same way during the meeting as I did when Justin decided spit
on me. I was really upset; yet I was able to have a level of restraint to
work through it and work it out. Even though I was assaulted twice (by
law-would twice be battery "California Penal Code 242 PC
http://www.shouselaw.com/battery.html "); I am upset by his actions and
don't feel comfortable around him at all.
A battery is a serious offense is not good for as little as a background
check during the application process for a job. I don't want to take Justin
to court at all for this two crystal clear incidents; I am more then
content with not being his friend and or associating with him at all. I
didn't feel comfortable at all while we were in the space; which is why I
came only right when the meeting started.
Since my actions in the past are what gave me the ability to control
myself, I hope that the actions of Justin's gave him the experience to be a
more respectful and thoughtful individual.
I like to think that I have done things correctly by not responding in a
negative way to this whole ordeal. I also even surprised to find myself
communicating with everybody in the meeting, by letting them know that I
really needed a five minute break.
On Wed, Mar 7, 2012 at 3:42 AM, gnnr <gnnrok at gmail.com> wrote:
> We should not have anyone at the space who has caused physical harm to a
> Words, drama, drunkeness well it's up for debate, but if you put your
> hands on someone,
> spit on someone or cause significant damage to items in the space it's
> I can not tolerate violence in a space I wish to inhabit. I'm tired of
> dealing with this senseless
> drama, but when it escalates to violence it must be removed entirely from
> the space.
> I will note that Rayc may have been overly aggressive verbally but he
> didn't put his hands on
> anyone, or spit on anyone. I would ask people in general, that if someone
> is drunk or out of
> hand not to provoke them, and force a violent confrontation.
> and please let's not get police involved…
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