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Once again, Lori was soliciting people to help her because she wanted me to get mad at Jeffrey Katzenberg and Alice Mendenhall. Not going to happen. These parents rank among the top people that Lori has indirectly and directly harassed for years and years. My mother and father are the same as these parents too. I support all of the families of the hundreds of victims that Lori and her brother Brian hurt. So while she screamed at me to blame Jeffrey, she tried to sweet talk him into complaining about me. It isn't that way. I'm a person, but I'm a smarter person than that. Lori LaFond is the problem, not me.
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Monday, April 17, 2017

A Reasonable Response: Does Anything These Parents Have Done Or Failed To Do Seem Reasonable?


There are two types of responses in this world, reasonable and unreasonable.  In any given situation you respond one way or the other.   Justifying your response is what courts do all the time and juries decide if there is doubt or reasonable doubt.  Does taking out a pistol and shooting a spider seem like a reasonable way to dispose of the spider?  Of course it isn't.  The damage caused by firing a gun indoors could have tremendous ramifications.  The ricochet bullet could kill someone.  There could be someone on the other side of the wall.   You could actually get rid of the spider with much less collateral damage to the building and danger to other people's lives.  Certainly shooting the spider with a bullet is not the most reasonable way of getting rid of it.  The cost far outweighs the benefit.   This is the world of Jeffrey Katzenberg where the cost doesn't matter as long as he gets what he wants.  He can afford the collateral damage, but he just has to get his way.  This is how he is.  This is how he acts.  He'd shoot a spider off a wall and spend thousands of dollars to repair the wall...because he can.  Is that reasonable?

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