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rutee07
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I hate it when I vent to someone about something and I get some woke ass shit advice about how I should "just understand" the people who initiated the bad behavior. Goddamn holy maggots like you are the reason why the world is a fucking shitshow. You're so deep into your martyr image that you disregard the fact that people are abusive and will get away with whatever they can get away with.

If I can get away with murder, how much body count do think that would be? Every dickhole in town will drop dead including me. Well then maybe you should "just understand" me since I'm so sick of the unnecessary hostility of every arrogant developer I work with, every entitled peasant I run into, and every styro-brain hipster avocado-fucker I interact with.

People like this feel more invincible every time they get away with something. Just another incel clit-dick aiming for the moody asshole genius image. Let me whisper gently into your ear, "You're a code monkey and nothing more. If you died today, people will just be annoyed of the backlogs you left behind. No one's even gonna care about your stupid website. You will serve your only purpose, a human fertilizer, and my tomato plants are gonna love you."

"Oh, at least that's all he did." Every fucked up criminal on Earth has a backstory and always, they start with something small. Every stomach-turning crime scene is preceded by a number of people dismissing "small" incidents of abuse.

Fuck you.

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    @M1sf3t You know, if weed was legal here, I'd be smoking that shit every day. Hell, I'd be growing.
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    @M1sf3t If weed becomes legal, you don't need a black market anymore. I'd bet they'll even make organically grown weed. You also don't need to worry about dealers putting lead dust on the weed to increase its weight.
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    @M1sf3t Well yeah, some taxes like on tobacco, but controlled production and supply chains. Seems not too bad. Over here, I did read reports of lead being used, and who knows what else.

    Though it's really easy here to get weed. I know some places where I just have to stand like I got nothing to do, and weed will be offered within some minutes. Though I don't toke anyway, except as pain killer in rare cases of extreme migraine when Ibu won't do.
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    @M1sf3t I always hear about this CBD on podcasts. Never knew what they are exactly until now.
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    I can relate, I was supposed to "just understand" an abusive and choleric boss was "just a human with faults, too".

    Notice how you always have to "understand" the bad behavior, but they never have to "understand" others' wishes for better behavior?

    Fuck that.
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    Spent last month dealing with post office losing my mail.... All my relatives I spoke just said "to understand that it's not intentional".

    Well it damn fuck looks like it... Maybe petty theft but it adds up... And could escalate to identity theft..... One of the packages may have been my new license....
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    Not sure whether this rant is advocating for the broken windows theory or for holding managers and politicians responsible for their bad decisions...
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    @Oktokolo It makes sense. It's ironic how growing up in a criminal neighborhood, hostile behavior for no reason is less common. You act like god, you get beaten. It doesn't matter who you are, there are no questions.

    I live in a more "civilized" city now but of course, it is more "woke" as well. A few days ago, a beggar (young, strong, capable of working) chased me down, blocked me, and put his unmasked face close to mine saying "fuck you, you motherfucker" over and over again. Mind you, I was just walking doing nothing to this leech then I get told to understand the harasser.

    Back in my criminal neighborhood, shit like that is not tolerated. A group of guys wandered into our area, all from a powerful family, decided to play god and throw a stone at my sister-in-law's face. I screamed and all the guys just chased those fuckers down. They beat them so hard, you can smell the blood in the police station where the "police" felt bad for those fucks.
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    @rutee07 This is exactly how middle class kids get beaten up when they party in the "wilder" districts. They're used to be assholes, and the most that may happen is that you're not invited to the next party. In the wild, consequences are much more personal, swift, and drastic.

    Especially when they piss off locals and especially those involved in dubious trades. What middle class kids don't get is that the local would suffer attacks form other locals if he showed weakness to some middle class strangers, so he has to act or is fucked himself.
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    @Fast-Nop I love it when they get a reality check this way. The funny thing is they are often more hostile compared to people from the lower class. Sure, they preach "violence is not the answer" and just yell and taunt people threatening to video tape or sue them if they get hit but they are often the first ones to show disrespect.

    Good luck recovering footage when your camera is smashed against your face and have fun remembering who beat you in the middle of the night.

    My favorite are the ones in the lower class who also act this way as if paying another peasant to beat them shitless isn't a possibility.
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    Telling people that they should "Just understand" awful behaviour is something that stops surprisingly quickly when they become the target of said behaviour. It's also completely unhelpful, to anyone.

    Heck, I'm in the UK and I've witnessed homeless guys here say all sorts of crap under the guise of "hey I'm a homeless drunk, I can do what I want." They seem a bit shocked when I intervene, tell them to leave the girl alone and tell them to piss off.

    Doesn't stop me donating to homeless shelters, and supporting those who actually want to get their lives back on track rather than just being an arse to everyone they meet. I'm all for understanding and helping those in poverty and from crappy situations and upbringings - but that's never an excuse for behaving like a massive dick, and I'll never excuse anyone who does.
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    @rutee07
    Hmm, that sounds like an inverse version of the broken windows theory where visible signs of lesser crime actually reduces the probability of more severe crime happening.
    That could make sense - but would certainly shock some politicians and policy makers if someone could find correlations supporting such a theory...
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    ..I still like my avocados.. :'(
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    @rutee07 aaaaaamen.

    If teleporting would be possible, I'd think I'd have fun teleporting people like that somewhere in the russian tundra.... Or maybe on a nice ice block.

    Just to understand my frustration.
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    @M1sf3t Learning through pain, motivation through shock. Works every single time.
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    @Fast-Nop I guess some people just need to do some _hard_ work.

    *here's a toothbrush, make the floor tile shine or no access to money / food / personal stuff (smartphone and whatever)*
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