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(   43-year old Little League manager shows 17-year-old umpire who's the boss   ( divider line
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2013-05-05 03:19:36 AM  

kudayta: Cloudchaser Sakonige the Red Wolf: "Slapping someone isn't a felony, no matter how emotional you get" "It was a slap, not a punch. This coach is vermin, don't get me wrong, but let's not escalate this"

Slap, punch, what's the difference?  Hitting someone is hitting someone, amount of force used and damage done is irrelevant.  If I slapped someone for no good reason, I'd fully expect to get charged the same as if I hit them with my fist.

Which is why if you're going to hit someone for no good reason, knock them the fark out.

/And don't stop hitting him when he's down.  Make sure at least two people have to drag you off the unconscious body.

OK, I admit I had a poor choice of words.  I now think I should have said that while amount of force used and damage done is relevant, whether the damage was done with an open hand or closed fist shouldn't matter.
2013-05-05 05:04:20 PM  
Vic Morrow understands.
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