The strange thing about "offensive".....it's only offensive to people if they choose to be offended by it.According to The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition:
I'd say he's deliberately provocativeAccording to The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition:
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.