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Female Student Arrested at UNC Chapel Hill for Allegedly Punching Pro-Life Advocate

Female Student Arrested at UNC Chapel Hill for Allegedly Punching Pro-Life Advocate

“This is triggering. You’re not an innocent human being. You’re a terrible person.”

At a pro-life group’s exhibit on UNC Chapel Hill’s campus in April, a female student approached and allegedly physically assaulted one of the representatives.

Jeffrey Cimmino reported at the Washington Free Beacon:

Liberal Student Arrested After Allegedly Punching Pro-Life Advocate at UNC

A liberal college student was arrested after allegedly punching a pro-life advocate at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill last month.

Jillian Ward, 19, a pro-choice feminist, assaulted Austin Beigel, who works for the pro-life group Created Equal, after approaching the group’s display on April 2, Fox News reports. Ward claimed to be triggered by photographs depicting aborted children put up by the group.

Ward asked the group if they put up the photos, and then ran towards Beigel after he confirmed they did. Beigel was reportedly punched in the face and also received a blow to the stomach.

“F***ing terrible person,” Ward yelled. “You’re a terrible person. You — this is not okay. This is not okay. This is not okay. Shut the f**k up right now. This is wrong. This is triggering. You’re not an innocent human being. You’re a terrible person.”

Caleb Parke of FOX News has more:

UNC campus police arrested Ward and she is expected to make a court appearance in June.

Mark Harrington, president of Created Equal, told Fox News this is part of a bigger trend on college campuses.

“Students being groomed on college campuses to be leaders, writers, and thinkers of the Left are increasing in censorship and violence against those with whom they disagree,” Harrington said.

Watch the video below. Strong language warning:

Just a few months ago, someone punched a conservative student on the campus of UC Berkeley.

Where do you think these students get the idea that it’s OK to walk up to someone and punch them in the face? How long before someone punches back? It’s just a matter of time.

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Awesome. Absolutely zero self awareness. She can punch a stranger while crying “You’re a terrible person”. IF she could be calm and rational long enough, would be interesting to get her to explain.

    Albigensian in reply to orlop. | May 10, 2019 at 9:41 am

    Explanation: “Your speech is violence, therefore my violence is justified as self-defense.”

    Probability that she’s aware she’s behaving like a Brownshirt? Zero.

    Observer in reply to orlop. | May 10, 2019 at 9:43 am

    Interesting that what she was “triggered” by was a photo of the thing she supports.

    If abortion is so wonderful and good, then how could looking at its result be “triggering”?

      MarkS in reply to Observer. | May 10, 2019 at 9:57 am

      Applying logic to liberals is an exercise in futility

        alaskabob in reply to MarkS. | May 10, 2019 at 11:15 am

        Truly toxic femininity. Progressivism soaked in estrogen. Any time of the year can see snowflake storms.

        Valerie in reply to MarkS. | May 10, 2019 at 1:38 pm

        A real, or classical, Liberal would have walked up and asked a bunch of questions, to find out where the common ground lies. Liberals will do this because they known that this is a great, big country where reasonable minds might differ, particularly as they may each be motivated by different, legitimate concerns that should be balanced.

        This loose cannon is a useful idiot, likely of the fascist variety.

        I feel rumbling annoyance toward people who profess to be so exclusively on the side of the angels that all who differ with them must be terrible people. Those are the people who will take shortcuts in investigations and legislation that will predictably result in revolting developments.

        The truth is, abortion is the killing of something that would otherwise become a healthy baby. Pictures of it are upsetting because the pictures make it absolutely plain that the thing that’s being killed is a baby. Pictures of a tonsillectomy just do not carry the same freight.

        Another truth is, the more power we give to the State to intervene in the abortion decision, the closer we come to giving the State the power to coerce abortions. Overturn Roe v. Wade in the interests of allowing the State to prohibit abortion, and one fine day in the not-too-distant future, we will see coerced abortions on a wholesale scale. This problem is real. We saw it play out in China.

        There is a queasy middle ground between those two truths, without a comfortable spot anywhere on the spectrum.

      legacyrepublican in reply to Observer. | May 10, 2019 at 10:03 am

      Good point.

      I think the punch in her face that she deserved would be to ask her, “How can a photo of a lump of cells trigger you unless you know in your heart she is a person, a human being, a baby that was destroyed because you are a terrible person who thinks it is a right to kill the unborn?”

      Morning Sunshine in reply to Observer. | May 10, 2019 at 10:27 am

      I was asking myself the same question. The truth hurts.

    Paul In Sweden in reply to orlop. | May 10, 2019 at 7:31 pm

    No, issuing her a citation is not the same thing as arresting her, handcuffing her, booking her, taking her mug shot and fingerprinting her. Of course if she were a he and attacked a Pro-Abortion activist he would be arrested, handcuffed, taken down town, booked, fingerprinted and had his mug shot taken.

    Leftists are not inconvenienced with violations of the law as the rest of us.

    When will there be one law for all?

      While most states, in the US, allow for the issuance of a notice to appear, on scene, in lieu of physical arrest, transport, booking and posting of a bond, in cases of arrestable misdemeanor crimes, almost all require that a person charged with a violent misdemeanor be physically booked and required to post a bond or appear before a magistrate before release. Detention, for the purposes of issuing a notice to appear, constitutes an arrest, even if the person is not formally booked.

      I do not believe that misdemeanor battery is a crime for which a LEO can make an arrest without witnessing the commission of the crime, in NC, unless it involves a domestic dispute or child abuse. So, if a notice to appear was issued, it would have to be issued for something other than misdemeanor battery, in order for it to be legal.

TrickyRicky | May 10, 2019 at 9:12 am

“How long before someone punches back? It’s just a matter of time.”

My parents taught me it was never OK to punch a female, among other traditional mores. That being said, the answer to your question, in my case, would be about a nanosecond.

    iconotastic in reply to TrickyRicky. | May 10, 2019 at 11:03 am

    I was taught slightly differently. “Never hit a lady”. Fortunately, this shrew is no lady.

    However, given the bias displayed by many LE organizations as well as the willingness of leftists to lie to LE regarding who was the aggressor, a video probably makes the most sense now.

      Edward in reply to iconotastic. | May 11, 2019 at 9:22 am

      That woman (she’s definitely no lady) should count her lucky stars that we on this side are reluctant to clock her as she so richly deserved. She should have been put on her butt with a hard right and then the campus PD called.

      Obviously any sort of situation where it is even remotely possible that a Socialist-Democrat will “object” needs to have video instantly available if not constantly operating.


    My parents taught me it was never OK to punch a female

    But in todays world that “female” may actually be a “male” who identifies as a woman.
    So I say….punch away ! (just in case)

Because our Constitution was designed for a moral people,* by whom John Adams meant a people informed by the Christian faith, a faith which encourages individuals to be self-governors, it is unsurprising to see the Constitution and its system of laws unraveling as Christianity is pushed to the margins.

“Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”

    johnny dollar in reply to fscarn. | May 10, 2019 at 9:38 am

    The prescience of these words of Adams becomes increasingly clear to me as the years go by.
    Our status as a “moral and religious people” is rapidly diminishing, and the consequences will be catastrophic for the future of this country.
    Good post, fscarn.

    Milhouse in reply to fscarn. | May 10, 2019 at 10:18 am

    Because our Constitution was designed for a moral people,* by whom John Adams meant a people informed by the Christian faith,

    He certainly did not. He himself was not a Christian by the usual definition, since he did not believe Jesus was God or that the Bible is God’s words.

      alaskabob in reply to Milhouse. | May 10, 2019 at 11:11 am

      So….do laws make people good? Or do already good people follow just laws?

      So what does a good person do in the face of unjust laws?

        Valerie in reply to alaskabob. | May 10, 2019 at 1:45 pm

        Y’all might get a kick out of The_Donald over at Reddit. There are a number of atheists who have been persuaded to make common cause with Judeo-Christians because they appreciate the value system, even if they don’t believe in the Old Man in the Sky.

      Tiki in reply to Milhouse. | May 10, 2019 at 2:28 pm

      It takes a very special sort of person to rip a bible from the hands of others whom they deem insufficiently Christian.

      And by ‘special’ I mean pedantic boor.

      Brave Sir Robbin in reply to Milhouse. | May 10, 2019 at 8:44 pm

      I believe you are confusing John Adams with Thomas Jefferson. John Adams was known as a devout Christian.

        Milhouse in reply to Brave Sir Robbin. | May 13, 2019 at 12:43 am

        No, he was not. In fact, while his religious views were pretty much identical with those of Jefferson, Franklin, and Washington, he was the only one of that group who openly proclaimed those views, and worshiped at a church that openly denied Jesus’s divinity and the Bible’s divine authorship.

        The only orthodox Christian in that group was Patrick Henry.

      txvet2 in reply to Milhouse. | May 10, 2019 at 9:46 pm

      His problem was with the trapping of religion, e.g. the Catholic Church, not the basic tenets.

      “We Recognize No Sovereign but God, and no King but Jesus!”
      John Adams.

      “I have examined all religions, and the result is that the Bible is the best book in the world.”
      John Adams

      “The Declaration of Independence laid the cornerstone of human government upon the first precepts of Christianity.”
      John Adams

      “The general principles on which the fathers achieved independence were the general principles of Christianity. I will avow that I then believed, and now believe, that those general principles of Christianity are as eternal and immutable as the existence and attributes of God.”
      John Adams

      “The general principles on which the fathers achieved independence were the general principles of Christianity.”
      John Adams

      “Without religion this world would be something not fit to be mentioned in polite company, I mean Hell.”
      John Adams

      “Conclude not from all this that I have renounced the Christian religion. . . . Far from it. I see in every page something to recommend Christianity in its purity, and something to discredit its corruptions. . . . The ten commandments and the sermon on the mount contain my religion.”
      John Adams


        Milhouse in reply to txvet2. | May 13, 2019 at 12:44 am

        His problem was with the trapping of religion, e.g. the Catholic Church, not the basic tenets.

        That is not true. He was officially and openly a unitarian. Which is what the rest of Washington’s group, except for Patrick Henry, were secretly.

The irony of those that demand safe spaces from words and views, then engage in unsafe actions to others.

Evolution of human life, derivative yet distinct, from conception. A colorful clump of cells resembling a “Person” in the first trimester, and a coherent nervous system from the same time. A Constitution that proscribes summary judgments and cruel and unusual punishment. Selective-child for causes other than self-defense is a violation of civil and human rights. Recycled-child for medical progress has a similarly dark legacy. Pro-Choice is two choices too late. Here’s to men and women reaching adulthood, reconciliation, and unPlanned children (i.e. Posterity).

JackinSilverSpring | May 10, 2019 at 10:53 am

A proto-fascist. Hitler would have been proud.

“Where do you think these students get the idea that it’s OK to walk up to someone and punch them in the face? How long before someone punches back? It’s just a matter of time.”

Well, the “punch back” happened at Charlottesville. And, the people who did the punching back have been almost universally blamed for the situation which occurred. The initial marchers did not precipitate the violence. They were engaged in a more or less peaceful demonstration, which had been cleared with local authorities according to the law. The “counter demonstrators” gathered illegally and attacked the initial demonstrators. Yet, according to common lore, the “evil” white supremacists were the aggressors.

What will happen, if a pro-lifer supporter defends himself against attack, is the same thing that happens over and over, n this country, historical fact will be rewritten to make him the aggressor and the attacker simply a poor innocent lamb who was defending him, or her, self.

    Barry in reply to Mac45. | May 10, 2019 at 11:12 am

    As I said in my comment, being made before screen refresh and seeing your comment, video is required.

    Any conservative, really anyone that is not a damn prog nut, needs to have camera’s recording the entire event time.

      alaskabob in reply to Barry. | May 10, 2019 at 11:21 am

      But I gather there was video taping by officials at Charlottesville. That it hasn’t seen they light of day would suggest it would kill the Left’t narrative. The legal protesters were funneled out of the legal area into the path of antifa from reports.

        Mac45 in reply to alaskabob. | May 10, 2019 at 3:51 pm

        Yes, video of the initial clashes in Charlottesville exist. The news media showed some of them initially. And, they also showed an anti-protestor using an aerosol can, containing a flammable substance, and cigarette lighter as a flamethrower. But, all of that video rapidly disappeared, including from such news outlets as Fox. Why? Because white supremacists are not sympathetic figures and the media could not be seen as supporting them, even if they and ordinary people protesting the needless removal of a statue were the victims of violent attack.

        It has become routine for the media to ignore the violent behavior of left wing kooks. Portland is likely to be a flashpoint, as the city refuses to make any attempt to control the violent radical loons there.

    Milhouse in reply to Mac45. | May 13, 2019 at 1:05 am

    Not the marchers. One of the big lies the left has been perpetrating about Charlottesville is to conflate the Friday night march with the Saturday rally, and with the car-ramming that took place later on Saturday. These were three separate incidents.

    The people who marched on Friday night are utterly evil. There is not a good word to be said for them, and I’ve never heard of anyone saying a good word for them. Trump did not call any of them good people, because they’re not.

    The Saturday event was not a march but a stationary rally, and as Trump correctly pointed out there were some fine people attending along with the nazis, just as there were some fine people among the counter-demonstrators along with the Black Bloc thugs.

    And yes, the Black Bloc started the violence, but the nazis were eager to continue it. They didn’t just defend themselves, they attacked peaceful members of the other side, some of the fine people Trump referred to. And of course one of them later murdered one of those fine people.

The importance of video – without it that piece of shit would probably go scot free.

DouglasJBender | May 10, 2019 at 11:54 am


Bucky Barkingham | May 10, 2019 at 12:17 pm

My impression is that the campus cops were reluctant to arrest the perp. Notice how they did not want to embarrass her by putting her in cuffs and “dragging her off” as the cop said. Question: If one of the pro-life people disrupted a pro-choice event on campus, without physical assault, would the campus cops give them the same consideration?

“This is wrong. This is triggering. You’re not an innocent human being.” ….. said the child in the womb as her spinal cord was severed & she was cut into pieces…

Looks like there should be a mandatory mental health eval.

Agree, mandatory Mental and a requirement to watch 1 hour of 3d ultrasounds + one hour community services at Catholic Charities and a public video apology and a fine.

I was the president of Cornell’s pro-life group for 3 years (1986-89). Interactions with pro-choice (or “abortion rights advocates”) were generally cordial. Yeah we got middle fingers, sometimes people asked if they could take a stack of our fliers (perhaps to throw them away), but no shouting, disruptions, or violence. Pro-choicers sometimes came to an event, spoke their peace, that was fine. We appreciated it.

That started to change in 1989. A new radical campus organization started protesting and disrupting our events, not too bad, they’d go away after a few minutes. What was worse was they pretended to be pro-life, carrying signs that were ridiculous (things no pro-lifer would say), replacing our fliers with their parody/mock fliers. There is a picture in the yearbook of “Cornell Coalition for Life” marchers that was not us at all, it was them.

About a year later the situation escalated. (Some) abortion rights advocates started “no platforming” pro-life speakers. Signs, shouting, surrounding the speaker, shutting down the event. It was pretty bad. A couple people were charged with misdemeanors, not found guilty. To this day I’m not sure what changed around 1989-90. I have to give them grudging credit, intimidation can be effective. Who enjoys conflict?

Cognitive dissonance. The lies this woman has been told vs. the truth she sees with her eyes. Sadly, this is the human condition. May God have mercy on us all.

“Where do you think these students get the idea that it’s OK to walk up to someone and punch them in the face?”

Kaiser’s Maxim: The Left will always, eventually, resort to violence, threats of violence, or glorification of violence to advance its agenda. Always.

Good self control that they didn’t fight back … OTOH she deserves to get decked …

My sense is this woman went through a clinic herself. Told that it’s her right, and it is the right thing to do. Told it is a beautiful empowering experience. Then the cognitive dissonance of the reality of what she did to an unborn. I kinda feel sorry for her.

Unknown3rdParty | May 10, 2019 at 10:37 pm

This is not unexpected. Still, I wouldn’t have let her simply punch me; always be prepared. Defending one’s self is still acceptable, even if it only means dodging and fending off punches … besides, it strengthens their resolve to be more violent. One punch won’t get her much: simple assault. However, a person trying to rain a hail of punches on somebody shows much more intent until it becomes intent to do bodily harm.

I finally watched the video and I must say, the young man who was getting his ass kicked was soooooo polite…..
“Pardon me, ma’am…..please don’t punch me in the face…I just got my braces off…” (Damn !)

And this obsession with recording the altercation is driving me crazy !!
PUT DOWN THE PHONE… It’s hard to defend yourself while holding a phone…!!
Does anyone notice that the people doing the assaulting never seem to be holding a phone ????
You meet aggression with aggression, otherwise you get punked…

Last summer I was on vacation and stopped in to see a friend.
She told me that she and some other ladies had been spending their days standing across the street from a PP, holding signs and praying for the unborn…
A guy had been showing up to harass them…ripping up their signs, cursing at them, shoved a couple of the women. One day, one the ladies brought her son to “record” the harassment. He ended up with a broken phone and a torn shirt…
The cops did….nothing…

I offered to tag along and try to “dissuade” this guy from bothering my friend…But I said, “Put the phones away, no recording.” We drove to the PP, the ladies took their usual post, I stood back… Eventually, a tall 20 something guy appeared… He pushed his way into the group…snatched the sign out of one woman’s hand, got in my friends face, cursed her…so close he was spitting on her. He didn’t even notice I was there… I grabbed him by his hipster ponytail, spun him around and smashed his face into the wall behind me. (where the head goes, the body follows) The guy got up holding his head and limped away.

About 30 min later two cops show up and ask if we’d seen anyone fighting ? I said, “No, officers, we haven’t seen a thing. They got back in their car and drove off.

The ladies thanked me for getting rid of their harasser but were horrified by my methods…But guess what..?? IT WORKED!

    Mac45 in reply to tgrondo. | May 11, 2019 at 12:32 pm

    Depending upon the circumstances, you could have found yourself in court over your actions. It feels good to slam someone who is harassing another, but it is best to make sure that your actions were clearly justifiable.

    I teach courses in Cane Fu defense to people, with mobility issues who are even older than I am. When you lack mobility you can not run and you certainly can not deliver a spinning back kick. However, with a common walking cane, of suitable durability, all that is required is a fairly firm stance, knowledge of human anatomy, a little training and practice and the determination to defend yourself. And, an elderly, or even older, person, who uses a cane in self defense, is generally forgiven any mildly questionable injury to an attacker. As long as you do not Rodney King your attacker, you usually have no problem using a walking cane in self defense.

    For those who do not have mobility issues, a cane is still very useful. In this case, placing the tip of the cane against the woman’s breastbone, when she attacked, would have kept her from reaching the man and delivering a blow. It is non-deadly force, when the cane is used in that manner. Canes and walking sticks were carried by people for centuries, not because of mobility issues, but as defensive weapons.

      Yeah, I knew I was taking a chance going to PP with my friend. Didn’t intend to get so involved…

      I guess I’m getting annoyed by how much “restraint” we conservatives show while being disrespected… I grew up in a neighborhood where if you didn’t fight back, you were a victim.

“It is a serious thing to live in a society of possible gods and goddesses, to remember that the dullest most uninteresting person you can talk to may one day be a creature which,if you saw it now, you would be strongly tempted to worship, or else a horror and a corruption such as you now meet, if at all, only in a nightmare. All day long we are, in some degree helping each other to one or the other of these destinations. It is in the light of these overwhelming possibilities, it is with the awe and the circumspection proper to them, that we should conduct all of our dealings with one another, all friendships, all loves, all play, all politics. There are no ordinary people. You have never talked to a mere mortal. Nations, cultures, arts, civilizations – these are mortal, and their life is to ours as the life of a gnat. But it is immortals whom we joke with, work with, marry, snub, and exploit – immortal horrors or everlasting splendors. This does not mean that we are to be perpetually solemn: We must play. But our merriment must be of that kind (and it is, in fact, the merriest kind) which exists between people who have, from the outset, taken each other seriously—no flippancy, no superiority, no presumption. And our charity must be a real and costly love, with deep feeling for the sins in spite of which we love the sinner—no mere tolerance, or indulgence which parodies love as flippancy parodies merriment. Next to the Blessed Sacrament itself, your neighbour is the holiest object presented to your senses. If he is your Christian neighbour, he is holy in almost the same way, for in him also Christ vere latitat—the glorifier and the glorified, Glory Himself, is truly hidden.”

C.S. Lewis, The Weight of Glory

Six degrees of MajorWood

undergrad: Oberlin
grad: UNC-Chapel Hill
post-doctoral: Johns Hopkins
current residence: Portland, OR

If I dig deeper, it may have all began at our summer cabin in Maine where I was first exposed to loons. Those that I have encountered since have neither been as bright nor as interesting as the night creatures.

Why are we surprised that an individual who supports murdering unborn children would happily punch someone in the face. The real question is what would she not do?

docduracoat | May 11, 2019 at 11:58 am

Remember that a non deadly force attack can only be met by a non deadly force attack.
You can’t shoot her for punching you.
You can taser or pepper spray her

Antifundamentalist | May 11, 2019 at 10:18 pm

Individuals are responsible for managing their own “triggers” – it isn’t up to the rest of the world to protect them from themselves. We used to know this. We have thousands of combat veterans who manage having their buttons pushed without getting themselves arrested. What is wrong with these college kids?

I am going to catch h2ll for this. I realize it. Let the chips fall where they may. My nearly universal rule is that women are to be treasured. That I would not raise my hand to a woman.

With two exceptions.

One is when you come across a woman who has already been beaten down by every guy she’s ever met and no longer gives a (blank).

I used to work at a grocery store in Oakland. And we’d have women brazenly steal. They would walk into the store with a huge empty canvas bag, fill it up, and walk out.

And I would take the bag away from them. The thing is, I would still try to treat them like ladies. They didn’t deserve it. But I would try. Until they would pick me up and slam me against the wall. Then the fight was on.

They didn’t give me a choice.

I felt bad, but the black guys were like, “(Arminius), when they are ugly like that you have to beat them just like you would a man.”

I never lost a fight to a woman but I did end up in the hospital on occasion for tetanus shots when they gnawed on me. The kind of women I’m talking about are biters. Fortunately (or unfortunately depending on your point of view) by the time I tangled with them some guy had already knocked out most of their teeth so I really only got gummed. But better safe than sorry, so make the trip to the hospital.

So that’s my first exception to the rule about never raising my hand to a woman. If she doesn’t give me the chance to treat her like a lady, if she leaves me with no other choice.

The second exception is what for lack of a better term I call the “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” syndrome. This has become more of an issue with me since it has grown accepted that women belong in combat. I will never accept that.

One of the problems this idea lends itself to is that you have some women walking around thinking they belong in combat mostly because they never met a man willing to feed them a fist. For instance, I was briefly enamored of a woman who graduated from Canoe U. (Annapolis). I’m not a ring knocker, dunno, but apparently during their tenure at the academy they have a Marine Corps summer. During her Marine Corps summer she was paired up with some guy in a pugil stick bout who refused to hit her. So she pummeled him. And she was proud of herself.

Did I mention I was only enamored of her briefly? Because she was weirdly proud of the fact that he wouldn’t hit her back so she got an opportunity to beat the holy h2ll out of a man. I kept asking her, “Are you proud of yourself? Because you only got away with it because he wouldn’t hit you back.”

She was proud of herself. Which pretty much killed the romance.

I think I’m doing the country a favor when I come across a woman who thinks she belongs in combat and I, as gently as possible, teach her she doesn’t. Because she either is going to learn if from me or she is going to learn it from some guy who isn’t looking out for her best interests.

So there you go. My two exceptions to the rule that a man doesn’t hit a woman.

1. The rule goes out the window when the woman is a violent criminal.

2. Some women need a practical demonstration that they don’t belong in combat.


    About 5 yrs ago I was a sub-contractor on a hi-tech security install for an inner city Wal-Mart. (hi-def cams, better monitors, new door alarms, ect)

    The Wal-Mart corp rule was employees were not allowed to try and stop shoplifters, so people were coming in and stealing stuff right-n-left !
    The new security system was suppose to help the police identify the thieves.

    This one woman would come in…take something…couple hours later, come back…steal something else… One night she loaded up a shopping cart full of groceries and walked out the front door !

    I think the weirdest thing I saw was a guy run out with a 42″ flat screen TV ???
    (I was taking a hi-def cam out of the box as he ran past me)

    On a different but related note, I saw an amusing video from an IHOP…
    A mrg. asked a table full of women to please keep the noise down. One of the women jumped up and attacked him, another was throwing plates, glasses, silverware at him. The poor guy was backing up and trying to avoid the punches but she got in a few…all of a sudden, he grabs this woman and body slams her…! Then he picks up a chair and POW smashes the woman who was throwing stuff !

    The funniest part of the video was the change in the background voices…while the mrg. was getting his ass kicked you could hear people laughing and shouting “Yeah…Kick his ass!” But when the GUY started kicking ass you heard, “No…No…Stop, Stop It !!”

Now I feel like crap. I haven’t hit a woman in decades. The last time was when I took the stolen groceries away from her and she promised to cut me up. I was like, “Yeah, yeah, not like I haven’t heard if before.”

It’s not as if I took necessities away from her. She was stealing meat, coffee, liquor, stuff with resale value.

The next time I went out into the parking lot to fetch back carts she was waiting for me. She ambushed me, picked me up, and tried to throw me through the store front window. She was surprisingly strong.

As I slam into the window I’m thinking two things. First, Safeway doesn’t pay me enough for the work that I do. Second, I realize that a lot of you won’t respect me after I beat a woman but she declared war on me and the fight is on.

“US ARMY- what is love baby don’t hurt me don’t hurt me no more”

Fortunately, cat 2 when I was forced to demonstrate to Buffy she didn’t belong in combat that just involved some friendly wrestling. No striking. And giggling. Usually lingerie was involved.

I won’t tell you who was wearing it.

I still would not hit her. I would want to. But I wouldn’t do it. Instead I’d call my mom and say, “Hi Mom. Happy Mother’s Day.”

My dog really likes the Butcher’s block bones.

BTW, I did call my mom. Have you?