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  #1067909 17-Jun-2014 21:20
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Squire298:
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KiwiNZ: The behaviour is child like, ignore him completely. Don't talk to him, don't look at him, don't acknowledge him. If he doesn't get any reaction he will lose what he wants and stop.


Sometimes impossible in small towns. Because the small minded piles of crap that dwell on this childish behaviour get kicks out of it and get everyone else on board with it. I would love to just get fluro orange aerosol spray paint and explode a few next to his house walls and view the art it leaves behind.


We cant go shopping in the supermarket as his wife works in the bakery and when they see us they all warn each other and just stand there looking, there has been moments where the bakery staff have come out just to follow at distance, just to see what we are up to.


Leave that place then...



Thats what he wants us to do. but hes that nasty mouth wise hes already got 3 other people to move towns. when we stand up to him he has a great hate for this.

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  #1067910 17-Jun-2014 21:21
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Reacting to his behaviour is fuelling it.




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  #1067918 17-Jun-2014 21:30
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Squire298: 
we have tried that, then he starts a new trend like flashing 30 million candle power torches into ones eyes when driving, as hes goes out purposely working at night to do this.


Get a dash cam, get a recording of him doing this, then get him arrested.



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  #1067920 17-Jun-2014 21:31
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KiwiNZ: Reacting to his behaviour is fuelling it.


perhaps but coming up 3 years of this nonsense?

Is this guy mentally unwell?

Bipolar? 



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  #1067921 17-Jun-2014 21:32
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Squire298: 
we have tried that, then he starts a new trend like flashing 30 million candle power torches into ones eyes when driving, as hes goes out purposely working at night to do this.


Get a dash cam, get a recording of him doing this, then get him arrested.


Been there he just gets warnings and a don't do it again, then he finds something else to do

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  #1067922 17-Jun-2014 21:34
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Squire298:
KiwiNZ: Reacting to his behaviour is fuelling it.


perhaps but coming up 3 years of this nonsense?

Is this guy mentally unwell?

Bipolar? 


That is something that cannot be diagnosed here.




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  #1067924 17-Jun-2014 21:39
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KiwiNZ:
Squire298:
KiwiNZ: Reacting to his behaviour is fuelling it.


perhaps but coming up 3 years of this nonsense?

Is this guy mentally unwell?

Bipolar? 


That is something that cannot be diagnosed here.


No it cant. I think our input has been given and the reality is this dude needs help.
Contact police etc if needed really.

 
 
 
 


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  #1067927 17-Jun-2014 21:42
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Been there he just gets warnings and a don't do it again, then he finds something else to do


I'm sorry, but, unless I'm misreading things here, large segments of your local population including the supermarket staff, police, etc, are 'siding' with this guy. Something doesn't add up to me, sorry. As above, I'm not sure we can add much more...



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  #1067929 17-Jun-2014 21:46
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Inphinity:
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Been there he just gets warnings and a don't do it again, then he finds something else to do


I'm sorry, but, unless I'm misreading things here, large segments of your local population including the supermarket staff, police, etc, are 'siding' with this guy. Something doesn't add up to me, sorry. As above, I'm not sure we can add much more...


Its abit like the boy that cried wolf really. the school ground bully that stands back only to have everyone do his dirty work.

 

 

 

thats why he tells only what he wants people to know, he certainly has the knack to put people against others. 

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  #1067932 17-Jun-2014 21:49
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I hope this does not read as being rude but, what ages are involved here?




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  #1067934 17-Jun-2014 21:50
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KiwiNZ: I hope this does not read as being rude but, what ages are involved here?


41 and up to 62

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  #1067937 17-Jun-2014 21:56
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KiwiNZ: I hope this does not read as being rude but, what ages are involved here?


41 and up to 62


Good grief, all concerned are old enough to know better. I'm sorry but I have nothing more.




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  #1067940 17-Jun-2014 21:58
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Inphinity: I'm sorry, but, unless I'm misreading things here, large segments of your local population including the supermarket staff, police, etc, are 'siding' with this guy. Something doesn't add up to me, sorry.

Or me. We're only hearing one perspective.

Squire298: the police came around to tell us that we have no credibility. 

What lies behind this?

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  #1067949 17-Jun-2014 22:17
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Give these guys a call, have seen their work in the past.  They fix these things very effectively!

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  #1067951 17-Jun-2014 22:19
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Inphinity:
Squire298: 

Been there he just gets warnings and a don't do it again, then he finds something else to do


I'm sorry, but, unless I'm misreading things here, large segments of your local population including the supermarket staff, police, etc, are 'siding' with this guy. Something doesn't add up to me, sorry. As above, I'm not sure we can add much more...


I'd suggest there is considerably more to this story, two sides etc, something doesn't seem right from both sides for sure. 



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