Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Western Pennsylvania
Wow..glad nothing too serious came of that!! I'd have had it mapped before I left the sheriff's office, lol.
While I would love to see what a few people I know do outside of when I see them, and I may love to see their personal time, I couldn't even imagine wasting the time, gas, and taking the risk. I'm not sure how these kinds of people can even afford stalking people! Especially two counties away from their home!
I've never really worried myself when I was walking at night or driving with someone seemingly following me..I usually have two knives on me and some pretty nice fight/defense skills, not to mention a reputation to not be messed with in the surrounding 3 towns. But, I'm probably a higher risk than y'all that do pay attention to it and realize it. Come to think of it, I've had cars follow me up until the turn into my block and I've had people follow me while walking thinking they're sneaky. I never looked at it as a reason for me to be scared though. It's not that I don't pay attention to everything going on around me, it's the fact that everything else going on me is more interesting that a kid (all the times I've been followed) my age following me around. For all I know, my mum probably bribed a kid of a friend to spy on me and report back (which I don't doubt..sadly enough, lol).
But, I really should be a little more..interested/paranoid about it, especially now that it probably isn't just a kid from school.
I hope you never see the a$$ again and you don't have to be paranoid 24/7.
Also..I believe your whole vehicle is an extension of your "home". I know a lot of people view it that way, and as soon as I'm of legal age to carry, there will be one in my car, one in my home, and one on me with a concealed carry permit.
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