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Fight over a parking space

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Lot’s of stupidity and proleness here.

Two women steal the fat guy’s parking spot.

Fat guy gets out of his car to let them know he’s pissed that his spot was stolen. Women ignore him. (He probably should have let bygones be bygones and just went in search of another spot.)

Fat guy, pissed off, fake-kicks at someone else’s car. (Looking at the video, I don’t think he actually made contact with the car.)

The shorter of the two women then runs up to the fat guy and punches him in the face. At this point in the confrontation, the fat guy was walking away. Physically attacking someone who is walking away is a legally unjustified escalation.

He goes a little overboard in defending himself.

But then short woman gets back up and attacks him again while he is trying to walk back to his car.

Fat guy pushes here away again and defuses the situation by getting into his car and driving away.

No one is blameless here, but I think the women, especially the short woman who punched him, have more blame than the fat guy.

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

October 28, 2018 at 7:47 PM

Posted in Proles

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  1. I think this little American experiment of ours is going to turn out just fine

    Joe

    October 28, 2018 at 7:52 PM

  2. It appears he “mule kicked” the two women’s car. I think he did connect because the short woman is pointing to where he kicked the car later in the video.

    It is probably all of the butt kicking babes on TV and the movies that make a lot of women think that the can win a fist fight with a man. There is a hilarious video on Youtube where three Swedish police women are trying to arrest a cultural enricher and he isn’t having any of it. He ends up getting free and walking away with them in “pursuit” from a safe distance of maybe 50 feet away.

    Clay

    October 28, 2018 at 8:09 PM

    • It would be difficult and very expensive to prove to insurance or in court that he actually damaged the car.

      My 2c

      October 28, 2018 at 8:22 PM

      • At the end she is also kicking his car as he drives off.

        My 2c

        October 28, 2018 at 8:25 PM

    • “It appears he “mule kicked” the two women’s car.”

      You’re right. I thought he kicked forward, He actually kicked backwards. Regardless, damage to property NEVER justifies physical assault. They attacked him. And while he probably did more than was necessary to the woman who punched him, I don’t think he went so far as to say it was excessive. Because I’m willing to give the person who was attacked a little extra leeway.

      destructure

      October 28, 2018 at 8:28 PM

  3. Grainy video, but I believe he does a back-stomp into the women’s car. The motion to the neighboring vehicle was the wind-up.

    anon

    October 28, 2018 at 8:14 PM

  4. The Seinfeld episode where they argued over a parking space was probably my favourite.

    S.J., Esquire

    October 28, 2018 at 8:30 PM

  5. She may have said something provocative to him when he confronted her about stealing the space. I saw an article about this where she was quoted as saying (to the reporter) “I’m already parked. I’m heading inside…” What does that mean? “Too late, I already blatantly stole your spot?”

    I think the guy was mostly in the right. Going around him into the spot was despicable, and then she was dismissive at best when he complained about it. I think that’s provocative enough for him him to kick the car. Then the other woman punched him in the face. He was justified in beating her up. I think he hit her a couple times too many, because the risk of killing her at that point was rising.

    Perturabo

    October 28, 2018 at 9:12 PM

  6. I have a lot of experience with this situation. You’ll notice there was a big age difference between the man and the girl who punched him. This falls into the category where youth now feels, “how dare you speak to me? (Or to anyone connected with me)? They learn this from blacks. I’ve actually tried to raise the subject of anenerging social norm with police officers, but fiund only one, a small asian cop, who’s been willing to take it seriously. Anyway, out there on the street, beware of even gently upbraiding anyone under 50. There’s a new paradigm.

    Marty

    October 28, 2018 at 9:17 PM

  7. There’s a complete double standard on violence. This is a famous indian game show video from 5 years ago. Woman viciously insults a couple of men. One of them basically says, “back at ya”. She slaps the hell out of him and he slaps her back. Then a dozen of the staff mob him and attack him. My man Mowgli is absolutely the victim. I’m all for fair. And I’m all for treating a woman like a lady provided she acts like a lady. But a lot of women have a sense of entitlement. And they get by with it because white knights pander to them.

    destructure

    October 28, 2018 at 9:21 PM

  8. She’s been in a few fights before. She wasn’t awkward at all throwing that first punch. And you have to hand it to her, she got pummelled a couple times but kept getting back up looking for more. The Joe Frasier of the parking lots.

    trey

    October 28, 2018 at 9:24 PM

  9. Street justice!

    Blue Tribe Dissident

    October 28, 2018 at 9:39 PM

  10. There’s something I didn’t notice on my first viewings that’s going to land Fatty in deep doo-doo. At about the 45-second mark the middle-aged woman in the blue shirt who had been driving the car comes in from the left, presumably to assist the younger punch-thrower, and Fatty throws her to the ground. While her car blocks the view of her except for her feet, she stays down for the remainder of the video and some passerby are standing around her at the end. It looks to me like she sustained some injury, and unlike the younger woman she didn’t start anything so Fatty can’t claim he was provoked or defending himself. Bad news for him.

    I have no idea what relevance this is, but the younger, punch-throwing woman was riding in the rear of the car even though there didn’t seem to be anyone else inside. Also, though maybe I’m thinking of this mainly because it’s San Antonio, but the younger woman seems Mexican while the middle-aged driver is definitely white. One more thing, the younger woman seems unconcerned about the condition of the driver. I really wonder what the relationship between the two of them is.

    Peter

    ironrailsironweights

    October 28, 2018 at 10:07 PM

    • “and unlike the younger woman she didn’t start anything so Fatty can’t claim he was provoked or defending himself.”

      Fatty and the younger woman were between two cars. The older woman was already on the side closest to her. If she had wanted to help she could have done it from the same side. But she circled around the cars to approach him from behind. So she actually went out of her way to block his means of egress. Since her passenger had already attacked him it could be argued that she was already part of it. And pushing her out of the way to leave was reasonable.

      While this may be questionable, benefit of the doubt goes to the defendant.

      destructure

      October 28, 2018 at 11:03 PM

    • The other woman was running into him with raised hands, so he protected himself by deflecting her. Was any of them arrested later?

      My 2c

      October 28, 2018 at 11:12 PM

  11. Proles gonna prole.

    Oswald Spengler

    October 28, 2018 at 10:27 PM

  12. Ot/
    Here’s a quote from the filmmaker of Holy Hell a 2016 movie now on Netflix about the Buddhafields cult and their gay dippy leader Andreas:

    “Phillipe Coquet: Some people have such a need to take other people’s energy that when it comes to them, it feeds them. It’s like a vampiric thing. And there are many people that we’ve seen, like Donald Trump for instance, who does this really well.”
    https://www.esquire.com/entertainment/interviews/a45261/holy-hell-buddhafield-documentary-will-allen-interview/

    The cult leader and Trump share NO discernible character traits yet here they are making the comparison. This is one of the oddest aspects of the whole Trump phenomenon, the habit of haters to associate him with anything negative no matter how far the stretch; in this case a gay ballet dancing low rent Buddha quoting spiritualist.

    Curle

    October 28, 2018 at 10:45 PM

  13. What I’ve learned from years of competitive parking in NYC is that when you find a spot but you will have to maneuver into it and there are other cars around, you first block the spot in to prevent other drivers from stealing your spot. Then you wait 30 seconds or so until nobody else is in a position to steal your spot; only then do you maneuver into the spot.

    As far as male/female violence goes, what I learned in my youth was that men should never hit women AND women should never hit men. An older lady who was a teacher in my junior high school explained to the girls that men are far stronger than women and if you strike a man you are risking retaliation which will result in severe injury.

    Unfortunately, the runaway feminism and gynocentrism in our society has obscured the second half of the equation. From watching television and movies, you would think that men are only a bit stronger than women and women can easily make up that difference with a little training. When you watch actual (not fake) videos, it can be pretty shocking just how easy it is for a man to destroy a woman in a street fight. Typically one punch, a throwdown, and it’s all over in under 2 seconds.

    fortaleza84

    October 28, 2018 at 11:29 PM

  14. The video should be titled “Women fight fat guy”, just goes to show our gynocentric culture.

    JW

    October 29, 2018 at 12:04 AM

  15. This is funny as hell. Its also why I hate parking lots. Parking/leaving a space is difficult enough for some, so much so, I never have the patience to wait and just park further away if I can. But the old bag blatantly took the guy’s spot. I don’t blame him for being angry, he shouldn’t have gotten out of his car and confronted her though, not that I don’t agree with him, but he’s exposing himself for criminal charges if it makes him look like the aggressor. Luckily for Prince Charming while he did mule-kick the car the little squat turd came at him, multiple times (hilarious), and got thrown around like a rag doll. Also the old bag looked to me like she was going after him in an aggressive manner so his actions were defensible. Or at least that’s what I think could be claimed in court. My favorite part is the little squat turd going out of frame behind a vehicle and being thrown/knocked back into view. It was like something out of a movie…

    Lazy Hero

    October 29, 2018 at 12:51 AM

  16. By the way, parking spot disputes are good example of the principle that revenge is best served cold.

    It’s better to let it go, of course. But if you must retaliate against a parking spot thief, just come back later and let the air out of their tires.

    fortaleza84

    October 29, 2018 at 1:14 AM

  17. Juan DeShawn Arafat, MSNBC commentator

    October 29, 2018 at 1:40 AM

  18. Way back when, a friend of mine was in a parking garage, waiting for a space to be vacated. Just as the driver was about to leave the space, a car full of teeny-bopper girls swooped in around him and stole the spot. He sat there fuming, as they exited the car, laughing So, he went looking for another spot, but made a mental note of where their car was, and the fact that the driver’s side door window had been left open a crack.

    As he was leaving the mall, he stopped by a McDonalds to order a large chocolate shake. Passing the girls’ car, he tossed the shake in at the driver’s window. That seemed about right to me.

    ice hole

    October 29, 2018 at 3:39 AM

  19. I always tell my kids to save their tears for something that matters. These people should save their aggression for something that matters! I don’t see how anyone can have sympathy for either party. They are both disgusting.

    If we can’t be bothered to walk 50 extra steps to a shop door then we may as well sign the country over now. I ALWAYS park on the outskirts of lots exactly to avoid any kind of dispute. If you are somewhere where parking is very difficult then take public transportation or pay for a garage.

    toomanymice

    October 29, 2018 at 9:09 AM

    • I park on the outskirts of the lot for a similar reason. If I get into a dispute, I have the option of leaving on foot without anyone being able to write down, or photograph my plate numbers. I have first hand experience with scenarios where parking location saved or cost people a lot of hassle, including a ride in the back of a police car.

      MoreSigmasThanYou

      October 29, 2018 at 1:07 PM

  20. “Layla ran out of the subway car and ran towards the exit. After she was out on the street again, she slowed down, and reflected on what had just happened. What started out as fear turned into a sort of exhilaration. She was strong, and she could kick ass! Those two guys got what they deserved. She dished out some street justice that obviously the New York City criminal justice system had failed at. Maybe now, they learned their lesson and won’t go around sexually assaulting girls who are just trying to take the subway home.”

    The girl in the yellow top, Anjelica Lozano, probably had just finished reading Lion’s new novel.
    She likely thought she could be just like ‘Layla’, Lion’s super powerful grrrl vampire.

    Certainly ‘Hunger Games’/’Wonder Woman’/’Atomic Blonde’ type books and movies sell well, but
    I’ve often thought these grrrl-power books and movies encourage highly unrealistic expectations in impressionable, numbskull gyno-Americans and were a good way to get young girls seriously injured, or killed.

    The Daily Mail has a nice photo of this special [guidettte?] snowflake with two black eyes:

    And mom is a piece of work herself:
    ‘I just blew him off I’m parked I’m going in,’ she told Fox San Antonio. ‘I’m parked, go find another parking. There’s other parking slots in the parking lot.’

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6279435/Petite-woman-throws-punch-big-guy-gets-beaten-ground-parking-space-dispute.html

    Oh well, live and learn.
    “Experience is a hard teacher – You take the test first and get the lesson afterward.”
    “Life is hard – It’s even harder if you’re stupid.” …Geo. V. Higgins

    Nedd Ludd

    October 29, 2018 at 9:50 AM

    • “The girl in the yellow top, Anjelica Lozano, probably had just finished reading Lion’s new novel.”

      Unlikely because it hadn’t been written yet.

      “She likely thought she could be just like ‘Layla’, Lion’s super powerful grrrl vampire.”

      To be fair to the short woman, she was tough. She got up after the fat guy knocked her down and attacked him again. But he was a lot bigger than her.

      “Certainly ‘Hunger Games’/’Wonder Woman’/’Atomic Blonde’ type books and movies sell well,”

      I think that it’s guys who like watching movies with a hot looking woman who kicks ass, not necessarily the girls.

      I was entertaining myself with that passage.

      Lion of the Blogosphere

      October 29, 2018 at 10:03 AM

      • If you google her name she’s an instructor at Lozano martial arts studio. Looks like the same person at least.

        Juan DeShawn Arafat, MSNBC commentator

        October 29, 2018 at 6:37 PM

    • That’s silly. No way is there a rash of women electing physical violence courtesy of hollywood glamour. There’s a sharp dividing line between women who will fight physically and women who will not. Even your most hardcore SJW feminist is probably never going to throw a punch in her lifetime.

      And will you guys please stop making fun of Layla? She’s a vampire so your gripes about gynocentrism don’t apply to her.

      toomanymice

      October 29, 2018 at 2:00 PM

  21. Looks like she tries to get into the fat dude’s car as he’s driving off. Totally nuts.

    raoulduke2767

    October 29, 2018 at 10:55 AM

  22. For what it’s worth, I started carrying a small can of pepper spray. Beats breaking your hands on someone’s face.

    raoulduke2767

    October 29, 2018 at 11:03 AM

  23. I have a problem with the premise that the parking space was stolen. The parking space belongs to the store or other entity that paid for land the space is located on. It is not the legal property of any one customer or citizen.

    While parking in a space that someone else was waiting to park in is certainly rude behavior and should not be encouraged. It is not stealing. Calling this act stealing encourages escalation of disputes over parking spaces.

    If someone actually steels your property, you may call the police to remedy the problem. In some circumstances you may be justified in seeking a remedy before calling the police. For example, numerous jewelry store clerks have performed citizens arrests on would be thieves, and then called the police after the robber was subdued. There are also examples of jewelry store clerks shooting people who came into their stores to steal jewelry.

    Of course if someone parks in a publicly available parking space that you wanted to park in, the police will not provide you a remedy, because no crime has been committed. Anything you do that would not be legal to do to a complete stranger walking down the street, is also not legal to do to someone who you (wrongly) believe to have stolen your parking space.

    MoreSigmasThanYou

    October 29, 2018 at 12:51 PM

    • It’s a figure of speech that everyone else understood.

      Lion of the Blogosphere

      October 29, 2018 at 12:59 PM

      • It’s a dangerous figure of speech, and one which has real world consequences. History is replete with examples of hyperbolic rhetoric preceding violence. And it’s not like I’m just imagining that there might be violence over parking spaces. People die in disputes that start over parking spaces.

        Many years ago a co-worker of mine mentioned that she had been “Jewed” I had no trouble understanding that she was using a figure of speech that meant “cheated”. I still tried to argue her out of using this figure of speech.

        It’s not that I don’t understand what is meant by words. No. I understand what all the meanings. I understand the wider consequences how the language we use influences the way we think, as well as the actions which that influence eventually leads to.

        MoreSigmasThanYou

        October 29, 2018 at 1:31 PM

    • I do not think anyone in the video was asking police to provide a remedy.

      My 2¢

      October 29, 2018 at 4:47 PM


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