Comments: My Biggest Fan?

I pray the Lord will keep you and your family safe, as you traverse the road you are on -- in many ways.

Posted by Trudy at May 23, 2011 11:01 AM

i hope you are packing...and if anything goes down, don't hesitate.

Posted by redc1c4 at May 23, 2011 12:10 PM

I have criticized your work on the Scott case, but I hope this turns out OK for you.

I hope your state allows concealed carry.

Posted by Federale at May 23, 2011 01:28 PM

This certainly qualifies as one of those "suspicious" things that our government wants to hear about. I would have phoned the local constabulary and let them run a pick (assuming you live in one of the many places in the USA that has an abundance of police).

Documenting this kind of thing will help at your trial if push comes to shove comes to shooting.

Posted by Professor Hale at May 23, 2011 02:02 PM

Doesn't surprise me a bit. I've been reading your blog for years, and having read many comments by left-wing psychopaths, this behavior sounds consistant.

My favorite part was how "serenely calm" you were. I've found my calmness level isn't proportonate to danger, but to cognitave dissonance.

Keep a calm yellow alert, CY. :)

Posted by brando at May 24, 2011 10:25 AM

What's troubling is your 'amateur' insight. If correct, it could be far more serious than you suspect, Bob! The fact it was a work day also bothers me, as your amateur has too much time on his/her hands (nothing to lose) OR wants to know when you're not home (even worse).

Amateurs are totally unpredictable, hence, you (somebody) need to confront him (on your terms-not his) if seen again and let them you'll never be a victim. Allowing it to continue without opposition will only reinforce his confidence.

Don't mean to scare or BS you, but I've seen this before and it didn't turn out well.

Don't let this 'Travis Bickle' moment slide, brother!

Posted by Buck Turgidson at May 24, 2011 02:34 PM

And I think there is a way

Posted by tiffany at May 27, 2011 02:02 AM