So I had an issue a short time ago that got briefly physical.
Somebody who thought face to face encounters were somehow on par with internet chats.
I mentioned I was an unashamed iCarly fan and that when Jennette Mccurdy came to San Francisco I had planned to sneak away and see her at the Stoneridge Mall. And that I didn't make it because I was sitting with my gravely ill mother who passed away that Saterday.
And this individual said I was a "*bleeping* pedo".
I literally asked him to say that to my face, and not from the other side of the room and he did!
Stood there three feet from me and repeated himself a second time, like he was talking to a picture or a tv set.
I hit him in his left eye with a perfect right cross. Knocked him flat on his back and swolled it shut.
Some people feel I'm the bad guy because I hit him first. (Well, it was a two hit fight. I hit him and he hit the ground.) And that there is some sort of anger management issue. I counter with I wasn't angry in the emotional sense and that I deliberately and calculatedly hit him in his eye. And I'll do it again, not a problem.
Is this bad?
As an aside...
When my youngest was still going to acting school she read for the role of Sam Puckett and got a second call back. The third call back would have been down in Los Angeles and we then realized we had no people or means down there we sort of backed off on it.
Nowadays Boo composes and has written a musical, including the songs and score. She's trying to find a producer and she gets her feelings hurt when they do the no show routine on her at restaurant meetings.