Zero Fox Given: Spent 2 hours at a non-political group function that was crashed by drunken Trump supporters. After about 40 minutes of being harassed by someone that by the end of the evening was screaming at me, threw a broken bottle at my face, he was finally removed by the police.
Yes. I'm English.
Yes. I'm American.
Yes. I was born in the United States.
Yes. I'm legal.
No. I will not be deported.
No. Calling Homeland Security will not have me "evicted from the country".
No. I don't get welfare for being a refugee (I don't even really understand this one).
No. You will not be "punching" me in my "stupid pussy"
No. Sexual assaults will not be legal just because Trump is the president-elect. (Because fuck logic)
Wishing rape on someone makes you an absolute cunt.
Threatening to cut someone's eyes out with a broken bottle doesn't make you manly.
Telling someone that you're going to punch them in their pussy doesn't make you an alpha male.
Telling that same person moments later that you're going to used their "pussy and shithole" to "throw" them "like a bowling ball into the Atlantic ocean" so they can go "suck the dicks of Syrian refugees" doesn't make non-Trump supports want to hear what you have to say.
Shouting "Death to the nasty woman! You'll be dead before the cops get here!" doesn't make you a badass.
Good job at living up to the stereotype of a typical Trump supporter.
If any of you think this kind of behaviour is okay for anyone, please delete and block me. Do it now. Just go away and never speak to me again. I never want to deal with someone that thinks that sort of behaviour is acceptable to display to another human being.
Zero Fox Given: Conspiracy Theory Man at work is convinced that my migraines are linked with volcanic activity. I'm unsure of where there was an active volcano in London when I lived there, and so far I've not found one in Virginia. He also mentioned something about Pompeii and Saint Helens (but mostly Pompeii as Saint Helens was only mentioned once and I got a total history lesson on Pompeii) and my close proximity to them. You know, on the east coast of the United States I'm only minutes from either of them.
So let's recap:
I live near Pompeii.