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ShadowEagle

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#28 - Funny thing is, after the slap he is no longer the agrressor. …  [+] (5 replies) 04/30/2016 on Free advice +3
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#45 - geofalke (04/30/2016) [-]
body language, yo. he assumed an aggressive stance and was proceeding to move on her again.

I say the kick was warranted.
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#46 - grumpygrandpa (04/30/2016) [-]
He literally just stood up.
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#47 - geofalke (04/30/2016) [-]
sure, you can argue that he's simply trying to stand back up, but the wide stance, him beginning to lean towards the woman, and bringing closed fists towards his center points towards him regaining his balance and preparing to lunge at her again.

by standing back up he's indicating with body language that he's not done with her. if he didn't want to get hit again he would have stayed down. if he had stayed down and she kicked him, then that would have been uncalled for, but he didn't. he got back up and got his shit kicked in, literally.
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#44 - mrhazzy (04/30/2016) [-]
I can see that being overruled, If you're stuck in a confined space with an aggressor, any person in that position would want to make sure that fucker stopped moving, and we have no way of knowing if he was going to retaliate after recovering from the slap.
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#37 - runapuff (04/30/2016) [-]
I don't know, if you're still stuck in an elevator with them and they're able to move around.... I wouldn't blame a person for taking a few extra steps to make sure they're safe.