- May 15, 2011
- Reaction score
- North Central Connecticut
We are stuck with these stupid laws. We may not like then, we may not generally agree with them, but, we are stuck with then. Might as well turn them around and use them to our own advantage.Personally, I wouldn’t invoke the “red flag” crap, because in my opinion, that’s a democrat move. He could also turn it around and make something up to use it on the OP. In my opinion, that’s a bad precedent to set.
"Turnabout is fair play," someone once said.
True. But, in this case, the neighbor has shown himself to be hostile and aggressive, aggressive in a situation and set of circumstances that could have gone sideways quickly.sometimes just a simple knock on the door can solve matters
There is no telling how he may react if the o.p. crosses onto his property and knocks on his door.
He (the neighbor) could (should?) have started out that way. He could have come by later to see the o.p. in a friendly manner. Instead he chose to approach aggressively in a situation where both parties were armed. I know people who would have applied the 3 S rule right then and there. (Not saying they are right) If one is to try to have a reasonable friendly conversation with this person at this point, it needs to be facilitated by a game warden or state cop.