Devastating. It’s a busy sidewalk that most locals have walked. I worked there for 4 years and my mother-in-law is nearby so we often go there for dinner and shopping. It’s so easy to picture people walking along, enjoying one of the first sunny spring days.
I don’t know if you’ve heard but the most popular theory at the moment is that his motives were misogynistic. Ugh.
Yes, I did. So much work to do.
I had no idea such a radical group existed. Crazy.
A woman on Twitter asked other women what they do when they're involuntarily celibate - #FemaleIncels. Sample answer: "Same things I do when I'm not - but with hairier legs." Not a single woman said she'd kill someone. I just don't get how it comes to that - or what we as a society can do about people who are that warped.
Not surprising since women don't grow up watching movies and tv shows where all they have to do to "win" a man is to hound him incessantly for a few weeks until he finally gives in.
True. I know Lukas' Moms will be sure to point that out to him when he sees it in movies and on TV. But it's such a "normal" theme in stories that most parents won't even think to mention it.
The Internet is great for finding people who had the same weird ankle injury and fixed it with a treatment that might work for you too. Too bad it also helps crazy people find one other and justify/reinforce/magnify their insane persecution complexes.