Yes, and the Madea 6ft back or 6ft under shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this wrong target he picked on was me. About a year and a half ago, my car broke down and I had no choice but to take the bus. I hated it and prayed I would soon save up enough money to get my car fixed. There is a bus stop in front of the hospital where I work, and I had to sprint out there to catch the bus on time every night. I would wait on the curb so I could look down the street and see if the bus was coming. When I saw how a car jump the curb a few yards away and run up on the sidewalk, I started standing on the sidewalk closer to the bench where it was safer. Another employee of the hospital would ride his bike on the sidewalk behind me and scream at me to get out of his way as he rode past. The first time it happened, I nearly jumped out of my skin. WTF?! I looked at his back as he pedaled away and then looked at where I was standing. There wasn’t a damn thing wrong with where I was! I wasn’t blocking a designated bike path, I was on a walkway assigned to pedestrians. I blew it off and put it out of my mind. The next night, it happened again. This time, I couldn’t hear what he said because I was wearing my earphones. I discovered that listening to music on my phone through earphones was a wonderful deterrent for unwanted conversation from drunks, and I used mine often with religious zeal. The harassment at the bus stop continued to happen night after night. I tried changing my position, but it didn’t help. One night, when the bus had pulled up and opened its doors, he deliberately rode very slowly in front of me, blocking my way, so that I couldn’t board the bus before the doors closed. I shouted to the driver to wait, but he left and the guy on the bike took off down the street. I had to wait another forty minutes for the next bus home, and I still had to get up early for work the next day. I was really pissed, but determined to do something about it. The hateful little bast–d had made it personal, and the reason no longer mattered. The next day at work, I discussed the problem with a friend of mine, and thought over a few suggestions we had tossed back and forth.
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Funny story. I was fourteen or fifteen at the Madea 6ft back or 6ft under shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this time, maybe a bit younger. Part of my education involved wandering over to the shop after school and playing “gopher” and clean up guy for the techs. So I cleaned shop equipment and generally tidied up the place. I was wiping down one of the air hoses and hanging it back up on its spot on the wall. Its normal for techs to leave these things out.A new technician, who had not been using the hose, really jumped on me and began telling me that under no circumstance was I to touch his stuff. I understand that concept but this hose is part of the shop, has been there forever, and is identical to all the other hoses in the shop. It was clearly shop equipment. The guy was REALLY aggressive considering he was roughly twice my size, older, and seemed to be intent on making sure I knew my place.The head tech let it go for a few moments before he said something to him about laying off and he laid into him. Finally the head tech, who really wasn’t going to bother with it, put his head back under the vehicle he was working on and told me something very clearly “go get your dad.” I know the other tech heard it and it was the head techs way of “flipping him the bird” because the mood changed pretty rapidly.The rule at the shop was to work within the “chain of command” Jumping it to run to my dad, the sole owner of the company, was considered poor form and something I was clearly instructed not to do. In this case though with the head tech telling me this I walked straight up, past the service manager, and to dad’s desk. To make it clear my father was never a hands off owner and has always worked 60+ hours a week. I learned from him to never ask anyone to do something you were unwilling to do and he could do anything in that shop.I’m not sure exactly what happened, I was rather shaken by the aggressiveness, and was sent home for the day. I know I was young because one of the other guys was instructed to give me a ride home. The tech was pretty subdued after that and ended up only working there a few weeks before finding other employment which was for the better – he was obviously not a good fit.