Similarly, she has to reject or refuse him – if at all – in a specific way. The premise of the question is absurd, and only the most hopeless Progressive could even conjure it up. He harassed a woman into giving him more attention – on television yet – and tried to dress it up as a quest for great justice The fact of the matter is, Vezmar is another example of someone who’s upset he’s not allowed to dictate a woman’s behavior and will hang the flimsiest of excuses over his desire to punish her.If she is too vehement, then she is overreacting; if she isn’t emphatic deserve it.” The anonymous readers excuse increasingly threatening behavior because we let the delicious narrative of “correcting bad behavior” overwhelm the facts of the situation. Portraying her as the face of one of the sins of modern living is the fig leaf over his desire; it helps ensure that he’ll get the Internet mob to declare him a hero when he’s pissy at being rejected.
But as more information became available – much of it from Vezmar himself – it became clear that his date… As the story went viral, Vezmar created a Twitter account to share his side of the story – including messages between himself and his now ex-date. I think this was a bad experience for me.” This, of course, makes total sense; women are known for fleeing great dates without so much as saying goodbye.
To dispute claims that he harassed his date’s family for the money, he also shared screenshots of his attempts to contact her, apparently contacting anyone with her last name on Facebook before finally using Spokeo to track her down. Just as it makes complete sense for someone to spend hundreds of dollars in order to sue their date for ditching, under the premise that their behavior is, again, in his words, a threat to civilized society.
I feel sorry that I hurt his feelings badly enough that he felt he needed to commit so much time and effort into seeking revenge.
I hope one day he can move past this and find peace in his life. pic.twitter.com/uf NR4GFfuf — Brandon Vezmar (@Brandon Vezmar) May 17, 2017“I think that this was probably a really great date for her. She seemed to be having a great time up until the point when I asked her to stop texting.
“I purchased these movie tickets in advance because the movie was sold out, or selling out, everywhere.
This was one of the last places I could get tickets.
Once again: a fairly typical he-said/she-said regarding the aftermath of a bad date… One could argue as to whether her leaving the theater was justified; ditching one’s date without ready means to get home is shitty behavior. I bought her pizza, drove her car—I thought that this was a fun, nice date.
Claiming to feel unsafe for being told to maybe stop texting seems a bit extreme. I wasn’t actually interested in seeing her again very early on, but she was nice, the conversation was light. I don’t think that this was a bad experience for her.
His behavior made me extremely uncomfortable, and I felt I needed to remove myself from the situation for my own safety.
He has escalated the situation far past what any mentally healthy person would.
It wasn’t like constant texting.” At this point, it’s a fairly typical bad date and bad behavior – the kind that theaters like The Alamo Drafthouse have famously mocked.