After the incident in the story, she talked about how much the gunshot wound messed her up. She can't use a computer, for example, and I'm pretty sure she can't drive. All of this because she loved the wrong person and "crowded" him one night as they argued in his apartment. He was probably on something like whiskey and cocaine, but don't quote me on that. She said she had an attraction to scary, dangerous men due to her relationship with her father. She's someone who would never hurt a fly.
No matter what kind of spin anyone out there puts on my behavior in the past, I've never physically hurt any of these women I go on about. I may have done things like write a previous story about the antagonists of the later issue that features my above mentioned friend that depicts them in less-than-okay ways, but I don't know that a roadmap exists as to how to expresses anger towards people that doesn't do them harm but gets the point across, so one often finds oneself left to one's own devices. Some of the things I've done in my past may have crossed a line, or maybe the way they spin things makes things seem much worse than they were, but they still can't go back into the past and change things around to where I physically hit them or verbally threatened them or did anything else like that.
As of this writing, I still have the privilege of patronizing any business at any time of day I choose, no matter who may work there at any particular time. I don't plan on doing anything that would jeopardize that privilege. I have no desire whatsoever to jeopardize my privileges of that nature. I just wonder how much longer people can spin things to make me look really bad, if such a thing ever went on in the first place.