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People who say "won't you watch where you're going" in anger when you accidentally bump into them before you have a chance to say "excuse me" are people who go through life looking for trouble.
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porternc
Feb 27, 2012
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cj8306
Feb 29, 2012
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maybe they all get bullyed

 
Stuart Porter
Apr 04, 2012
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shows a lack of self control, if you have a bad day and have to be around other people you should have an awareness of them because no matter who you are one day you may bump into someone who is having a worse day?

 
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vitalani
Feb 27, 2012
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Or maybe they have just had a bad day? you don't know, and you can't make a mass generalization like that....

 
joryrferrell3
Feb 28, 2012
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Once again I had to create a new account. Check my Myspace for the update.

Anyways, what about the situations where it's not really accidental? What if a person has others constantly harassing them? They would have a harder time distinguishing between an actual accident and a "Accident".
So I agree with vitalani.

 


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