How come people think I'm an idiot for calling cops names and wanting to lower my houses sales price in order to move?
So people have a problem with me now because I want to lower my house's sales price in order to get it sold fast to move out of my city. I hate the cops here because they are corrupted and arrested me for stupid reasons. They shouldn't have arrested me for ding dong ditching as it is a thing that I used to do as a kid. Everyone says I'm immature and says that I don't act my age at all, they say that I don't act like a 29 year old. I have called the cops here names and threatened to kill one viet cop here named hoang. He yelled at me because I called hotlines saying that I am suicidal just to get the suicide hotline people to stay on the phone with me. He almost arrested me once and handcuffed me once and then uncuffed and letted me go. People called me a jerk because I called him a witch and said that I wanted to punch him in the face. I want to lower my house sales price to $130,000 from $240,000. My family complains if we lower it we can't afford a house in houston, atlanta, LA or anywhere. Well I want to get out of here cause I am tired of these cops. Everyone says that I am immature for saying me not moving yet for my arrests. I am just so tired of people. I'm thinking about just getting an apartment in atlanta temporarily so I can avoid the cops. Everyone says that I'll get arrested if I were to try to get an apartment there when I have an court date. Why do people think I'm an idiot for all of this ? Why don't people understand that moving solves my legal problems ?
- Anonymous2 months ago
I'm no fan of the fuzz, but it sounds like you dug your own ditch with them. Ding Dong Ditch is a form of harassment that left your targets with no peace in their own home. They wouldn't have been able to enjoy themselves, relax, or take a nap, because they lived in dread of when you were going to disturb them again. Also, making false calls to the hotlines would tie up the phone and prevent calls from people who had a REAL emergency. In addition, provoking the cops is just asking for trouble. Basically, your actions are thoughtless and irresponsible. So, they come across as immature. In fact, it sounds like the reckless behavior of a young teenage delinquent rather than a grown man of 29. As such, it might be best for you to ask the judge for a legal guardian.
- pmt853Lv 73 months ago
Richard of York was born on 22 September 1411, the son of Richard, Earl of Cambridge (1385–1415), and his wife Anne Mortimer (1388–1411). Both his parents were descended from King Edward III of England (1312–1377): his father was son of Edmund, 1st Duke of York (founder of the House of York), fourth surviving son of Edward III, whereas his mother Anne Mortimer was a great-granddaughter of Lionel, Duke of Clarence, Edward's second son. After the death in 1425 of Anne's childless brother Edmund, Earl of March, this ancestry supplied her son Richard, of the House of York, with a claim to the English throne that was arguably superior to that of the reigning House of Lancaster, descended from John of Gaunt, the third son of Edward III.
Richard had an only sister, Isabel. Richard's mother, Anne Mortimer, died in or shortly after his birth, and his father the Earl of Cambridge was beheaded in 1415 for his part in the Southampton Plot against the Lancastrian King Henry V. Within a few months of his father's death, Richard's childless uncle, Edward, 2nd Duke of York, was slain at the Battle of Agincourt in 1415, and so Richard inherited Edward's title and lands, becoming 3rd Duke of York. The lesser title but greater estates of the Mortimer family, along with their claim to the throne, also descended to him on the death of his maternal uncle Edmund Mortimer, 5th Earl of March, in 1425.
Richard of York already held a strong claim to the English throne, being the heir general of Edward III while also related to the same king in a direct male line of descent. Once he inherited the vast Mortimer estates, he also became the wealthiest and most powerful noble in England, second only to the king himself. An account shows that York's net income from Welsh and marcher lands alone was £3,430 (about £350,000 today) in the year 1443–44.
- nightLv 611 months ago
You will still have to show up for your court dates even if you move. Moving doesn't change any legal issues you have.
- SimplytheFACTSLv 711 months ago
so you claim you hear voices....what are these voices?
your 'friends' telling you you are a criminal with a stupid hobby? that is not schizophrenia, you are really hearing that, your brain is just remembering it....
and again, JUST POST PROOF OF WHAT YOU HAVE ALREADY SAID ON HERE. that won't hurt any case as you will just post a document showing what you already said...
so now you live in augusta?
and I thought the cops name was tim vuong
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- Anonymous11 months ago
You have stated that you have broke the Law. So you are in the wrong; this puts them in the right.
There maybe some police that break laws; but not here from what you type.
Where are you going to more to live? Buy a shed for a house and put a commode and barbecue outside?
- Patrick4024Lv 711 months ago
It seems you got issues. And with your explosive temperament you can expect a lot more trouble with the police, no matter where you live. Counseling or a change in attitude can help you a lot.