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Re: Be careful who you argue with

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showcrop

04-03-2013 18:21:33
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During one of many arguments I got into with my dad he said "well I'll take care of you" and went running back into the house. I knew he was going for his gun so I jumped in the car and took off. I spent the night in jail, but didn't get shot.




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JerryS

04-03-2013 19:33:27
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 Re: Be careful who you argue with in reply to showcrop, 04-03-2013 18:21:33  
Was your dad that hot-headed, or were you just that aggravating?



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showcrop

04-04-2013 05:00:15
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 Re: Be careful who you argue with in reply to JerryS, 04-03-2013 19:33:27  
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He was a very hot headed tortured man. I really felt sorry for him later when I got more perspective on it. I pulled him off my younger sister once when he was slapping her pretty hard, so he came after me. I had him down on the floor in no time because he had no stamina due to many years of smoking. I lived at the High School principal's house for a week after that one LOL.

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G1355

04-03-2013 18:27:39
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 Re: Be careful who you argue with in reply to showcrop, 04-03-2013 18:21:33  
Why did you end up in jail, couldn't see someone's dad getting that mad but maybe. Least you made it alive



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Ken Macfarlane

04-04-2013 05:23:14
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 Re: Be careful who you argue with in reply to G1355, 04-03-2013 18:27:39  
I know of a couple of guys who used to get very physical with their dads due to the dad roughing up mom or sister, often while dad was drinking. Let me tell you if you raise a boy beating on him to teach him right or wrong he will put you in your place as soon as he can.



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Hal/ Eastern WA

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 Re: Be careful who you argue with in reply to Ken Macfarlane, 04-04-2013 05:23:14  
A cousin of mine spent a year in prison for manslaughter. Her goofy mean father was choking her brother and she thought her father was going to kill her teenaged brother. So she got the family .22 and shot her father in the head, which ended their problems with him. My cousin was never in any trouble with the law again and is now about 80 years old.

This all happened before I was born, and I would guess there was more to the story. I think my cousin regretted shooting her father, but I do not think anyone regretted his death. He was a mean, bad man, who did a BUNCH of other bad things I won"t go into here. My aunt later married a real nice guy that treated her and her family super well. Too bad she didn"t make a better choice the first time around.

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04-03-2013 18:28:25
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 Re: Be careful who you argue with in reply to G1355, 04-03-2013 18:27:39  
Might of been confusing above, I meant your own dad, to there kid



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