heavy_hitter, on 17 May 2018 - 03:42 PM, said:
DrCRHop, on 17 May 2018 - 01:01 PM, said:
heavy_hitter, on 15 May 2018 - 08:36 AM, said:
LOL.... great. Matter of opinion. If you want to run your mouth (speaking of the guy on the course, not you) you need to have the ability to back it up. I was not in the wrong and would do it again. People aren't going to F bomb around my kids. You may allow it, but I will not and am not scared to speak up.
Interesting, now if someone uses the F bomb, you're not scared to speak up? But, that's not what your story stated. You didn't speak up, you physically choked someone. Quite different response.
This has made me more curious now. Where is the line to "speak up" (as it's now called)? Is it just the F bomb? What about DB? What would you consider to be the offending "trigger" word? What if someone gets mad because they got a look around their kids? Would that warrant a "speaking up"? Is that justified? I mean, one man's F bomb is another man's look?
It's truly unfortunate how immature our country has become where it's acceptable to choke someone over a word. An eye-for-an-eye indeed.
It is actually unfortunate that you are afraid to show chivalrous behavior to woman and children. Yes, you do or say the wrong things around my kids and wife and I will challenge you verbally or physically. Because men don't stand up for moral behavior and what they believe is truly what is wrong with this country.
There is NOTHING chivalrous or courageous in the behavior you exhibited here, nothing and that you think it is "moral behavior" additionally beggars belief:
I had a threesome once that wouldn't allow my daughter to play through at a private club
. I was driving and she was playing. There was no one in front of them. As we drove by I smiled and waved. One of the guys threw an F bomb as well as other obscenities at us as we drove by. I calmly turned my cart around and drove back to confront them. No one was going to use that language in front of my daughter. I grabbed the driver out of his hand with my left hand while grabbing his throat with my right hand and pushed him up against his cart. Told him if he ever talked that way around my daughter again I would beat his $%^$
"Excuse me guys, we're going to skip ahead a hole here, hopefully you don't mind, but it's just my daughter playing. We won't hold you up. Thanks"
And off you go to the next hole. If he still drops the profanity, by all means stern words are in order...
But instead you don't say a word, which leads to you being part of a double-act of showing your daughter some awful and disrespectful human behavior and committing assault on top of it.
I truly hope she and her mother are not inured to such spectacles from you.
Edited by duffer987, 17 May 2018 - 04:04 PM.
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