I'd like to respond with "hurting people hurt people" - it's a natural response to lash out against something that hurt you, and even more when you've let it get so close to you. Misery loves company, hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, and so on. If you're going to use the statement of a person hurt by another person, then you have to understand there's going to be bias in that statement.I'm sorry but that isn't really a good argument at all. Look at it like this;
Hurt hearts seek answers. If your friends are right about one thing and you have a great deal of hate, wouldn't it be easy to believe the other things?
Don't hold these statements against Specht just yet. Look at this objectively and you'll understand.
I don't personally know if they're well acquainted. I'm just hesitant to berate what appears to be a hurt ex girlfriend until I have more information.You make some good points. Was she pretty good friends with Monica, or other VAs? Then again, a hurt person may believe someone they are lightly acquainted with if they show sympathy to your situation and offer you a chance for retribution. Add in that the retribution is in the name of justice, and it seems like a good offer, in the short-term tho.
According to The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition:
Its what their boomer minds percieve Nick's internet work as. They're stuck in the 90s with the shock jock Howard Stern era.
A man who normally goes out of his away to avoid using swear words clearly meets the definition of "deliberately offensive."
The strange thing about "offensive".....it's only offensive to people if they choose to be offended by it.
ANd these boneheads are choosing as hard as they can
At least Rekieta is capable of roasting any asshole on sight while having no shits to give. (I'm actually a Rekieta fangirl BTW.)I'd say he's deliberately provocative