You know who you are. You work with my housemate. You make snide remarks to and about housemate during work, particularly during staff meetings. Housemate has complained about these things. Oh well.
Then, you had to push the envelope in a big way. The other day, you didn't appear to notice that I was also there in the public venue when housemate went to say "hello" to you. You have accused housemate of "stalking" you because we happened to be leaving the public venue at the same time that you were leaving. Actually, we didn't even see you leaving. What is your problem?
All three of us hang out in certain places where the coffee pot is integral to the setting. I have brain damage. I am not brain dead. I am aware of your discomfort with atheism. I am not comfortable with your "new age" outlook. So what? This should not be a big fat hairy deal. Neither of us have ever attacked your person because of what you believe. Neither of us have ever called you names. We are adults. The places where we hang out are not schoolyards populated by bullies. We disagree with some things that you say. You disagree with some things we say. A disagreement should not be perceived as a threat, period.
Your latest public complaint that my housemate was "stalking" you was both spectacular and puzzling. Calling someone a troll or a big fat meanie fecal-encrusted head or disagreeable is quite different from claiming that someone was "stalking" you. I know this particular claim of your is false because I was there. I don't care for this latest drama. If you really believe that housemate stalked you because we allegedly left at around the same time that you did, I invite you to register a formal complaint with the police. Go right ahead.
Quite frankly, the second that my housemate reports any repercussions from your maniacal twisting of an ordinary event, I will be contacting our attorney. Meanwhile, just stay away from both of us. You mess with my housemate, you mess with me.
sapphoq itching for a coffee