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September 01, 2020

@Bulqueenie @Anorton Good morning Yoko. Nephew coming up Friday. I go to a local track to workout everyday. They have a sign posted to let people know what direction to walk or run in. It prevents any collisions. Yesterday a woman, probably my age, was purposely walking counter to everyone in my lane. When I pointed this out to her she went ballistic. Aggressively in my face. Taking full advantage of the fact she is a woman and I’m a man, who is not going to get physical. Threatening to call the police, etc. Even something as innocuous as working out...I just don’t understand people, why do you want to make things worse? Shouldn’t we be a little more open and compassionate? As I was leaving she approached my car, I was going to say it was just a bad day and let’s forget it. But no she continued to claim I threatened her and she was going to call the police. I am disgusted with what is happening. Maybe she was under a lot of stress. I’ve been there and I never took it out on ...

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