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Irvine Real Estate / Re: Thank God We have a guard gate!
« Last post by zubs on Today at 12:32:03 PM »
Did Paris get a red ball?  Tom Cruise about to bust down her door.....




I got no PS skills or I'd stick her name on the ball.
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Irvine Real Estate / University HS Football Field?
« Last post by Legit949 on Today at 12:28:57 PM »
Which high schools play their games at this awesome new football field? Drove by the other day and was very impressed!
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Irvine Real Estate / Re: Thank God We have a guard gate!
« Last post by Irvinecommuter on Today at 12:23:04 PM »
I can only focus on her attitude based what she said about herself, since we don't know the facts.

But based on what she said:
1. She cut some one off (true because she admitted it)
2. The guy followed her, got off his car and screamed at her and her children (probably true)
3. She wants to shoot the guy if she had a gun (true because she admitted it)
4. She threatens the guy with more gun violence on a public forum (true because she admitted it) 

She instigated the entire thing and followed up with the threat of gun violence. This is way bigger than allegedly being followed home.


I would disagree you there.  Actions are a lot more damning than words or thoughts.  Him following her home was the worse act in the whole sequence.  Her words and thoughts after the facts goes to other things (like her mentality). 

Thankfully, it never escalated beyond what actually happened.
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I can only focus on her attitude based what she said about herself, since we don't know the facts.

But based on what she said:
1. She cut some one off (true because she admitted it)
2. The guy followed her, got off his car and screamed at her and her children (probably true)
3. She wants to shoot the guy if she had a gun (true because she admitted it)
4. She threatens the guy with more gun violence on a public forum (true because she admitted it) 

She instigated the entire thing and followed up with the threat of gun violence. This is way bigger than allegedly being followed home.


Wow, you're even more confused than I thought. I've acknowledged numerous times that we OBVIOUS ONLY KNOW ONE SIDE OF THE STORY, and that we are BASING THIS DISCUSSION ON THIS SIDE OF THE STORY.

your earlier post states:

"I applaud the guy for teaching a bad female driver a lesson. driving a van with two little kids does not mean you own the road and every one has to yield to you."

then you went on to talk a probable hit and run.

Basically, you have your mind made up about Paris as a horrible driver and you are siding with the other driver no matter what, even thought you don't even know his side of the story.

Heck, if you want to go that route, we don't even know if this whole shenanigan even happened.

But you did make your own inferences so let's look at what we have before coming to a conclusion: What we have is that something happened on the road, this guy followed her home, then got kicked out by the security guards. Which, by the way he left the property, we can reasonably deduce that there was no accident and it was pure road rage. What we don't know is what Paris did to cause the road rage, but most importantly, and the point I've been trying so hard to make, is that no matter how much a person pisses you off on the road, DON'T FOLLOW HER HOME.

You would appreciate if others don't follow you home, so why would you support people that do so?




you are the one who is confused. we only get to hear one side of the story so whatever she claims about the other guy you have to take a grain of salt.

Just look at her comments about herself:
"And asshole if you're reading this right now my United States marine husband is on the lookout for your old ass with his gun"
"I was just changing lanes fast to get to my turn"
"I wish I had our gun in the car, I would not have hesitated in shooting at him"

We are looking at a maniac female driver that is a danger on the road; not only she cuts people off, but she will also shoot you if you react back.

You did not answer my question so I take it as you don't have an answer.

That is because there is no excuse for following someone home just for being cut off. And if there were a hit and run he would have told the security that he is merely trying to exchange information and would have called the cops himself to report the accident!

Facts based on Paris' side of the story:

Paris potentially being a bad driver - reprehensible

Guy following someone home - inexcusable

Don't get it confused.


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Irvine Real Estate / Re: Thank God We have a guard gate!
« Last post by Irvinecommuter on Today at 12:20:12 PM »
Is Paris's first name Sarah?

Just freakin' relax people.
Do you think she really would have blown the guy's brains out or maybe she was being a little hyperbolic?

I will tell you this.  We all make driving mistakes.
Following someone home is a threatening and deliberate act.
If you threaten someone near their home and get blasted, you got what you deserved.

Again...that's not how it works.  You don't get to shoot people because they threatened  you near your house.  In fact, you don't get to walk back into your house to get a gun to shoot someone who is threatening you.  Unless there is a klan meeting in front of your house and a burning cross on your lawn, you call the police. 

It's not the Wild Wild West (or Florida).

Oh, but it is exactly how it works.
If you persist in threatening someone after they have retreated, they are justified in using force.

They retreat + you follow = you get blasted. 

In reality, if you back someone into a corner, you're getting hit.
If you chase someone to their home, you're getting blasted.
End of story.

No...that's not how it works.  The law calls for the use of force as a last resort.  If you have a way out, you take it.  The law does state that you do not need to retreat when you are in your house but the use of force is only justified if someone enters your house.
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How do we go about getting the OH Groves in the IUSD? Any chance with the new high school re-alignment?
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Irvine Real Estate / Re: Thank God We have a guard gate!
« Last post by JustSayin on Today at 12:12:21 PM »
Is Paris's first name Sarah?

Just freakin' relax people.
Do you think she really would have blown the guy's brains out or maybe she was being a little hyperbolic?

I will tell you this.  We all make driving mistakes.
Following someone home is a threatening and deliberate act.
If you threaten someone near their home and get blasted, you got what you deserved.

Again...that's not how it works.  You don't get to shoot people because they threatened  you near your house.  In fact, you don't get to walk back into your house to get a gun to shoot someone who is threatening you.  Unless there is a klan meeting in front of your house and a burning cross on your lawn, you call the police. 

It's not the Wild Wild West (or Florida).

Oh, but it is exactly how it works.
If you persist in threatening someone after they have retreated, they are justified in using force.

They retreat + you follow = you get blasted. 

In reality, if you back someone into a corner, you're getting hit.
If you chase someone to their home, you're getting blasted.
End of story.
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Irvine Real Estate / Re: Thank God We have a guard gate!
« Last post by SoCal on Today at 12:12:07 PM »
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Irvine Real Estate / Re: Thank God We have a guard gate!
« Last post by Irvinecommuter on Today at 12:07:18 PM »
Irvineguy - to be fair, he didn't follow her home. He was just following her. She led him home.

Sorry, but that's is totally lame.
You're saying he was led, but didnt follow? 
That no makey sense.

This whole thing is lame. He was wrong to follow her. But some people are making this out to be "oh my god, he's crossing the line because he followed her HOME!!!"

Somebody got the point, finally.

Pretty sure most people got the point..but it somehow became a debate about whether it was okay for people to be shot for road rage. 
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Irvine Real Estate / Re: Thank God We have a guard gate!
« Last post by irvineguy on Today at 12:05:22 PM »
Irvineguy - to be fair, he didn't follow her home. He was just following her. She led him home.

Sorry, but that's is totally lame.
You're saying he was led, but didnt follow? 
That no makey sense.

This whole thing is lame. He was wrong to follow her. But some people are making this out to be "oh my god, he's crossing the line because he followed her HOME!!!"

Somebody got the point, finally.
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