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Monday, April 30, 2018

VALARIE

Question Of The Week 04-30-18

Without using the real name, 
who is the most evil person you ever met and what made them evil?

20 comments:

  1. Valarie was my co-worker and I trusted her because she was a fellow female. Big mistake. While earning my trust she was using everything against me to compete for a promotion. She won and then I learned all the conniving truths of what she had done. It is always sad to learn that other women are our own worst enemies.

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  2. Without using the real name? Okay...well...she was my boss for a couple of years and she was evil..the kind of woman who needs to have someone to intimidate and humiliate....she picked on me...wrong choice.

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  3. Wow, I can't think of anyone right now. I will sit on this and if I can come up with someone, I'll be back.

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  4. I won’t use a name. He sexually assulted a minor, a foreign exchange student living in his home. He got caught and managed to keep adjuouning the court case until she went back to Japan.

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  5. I have been lucky. I have met (and endured) some truly unpleasant people but don't think I have come across evil. Bullies in plenty though. And some liars and cheats.

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  6. Well, I think that being my immediate boss must bring out the worst in people because it is a pretty close three-way race and they were all supervisors at one job or another.

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  7. Evil is a difficult word to define which I tend to only use about serial killers, but now in the cold light of day as much as I hate saying it, I think my mother has done some very evil things.

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  8. Okay I think the devil is the most evil thing on earth - yes I think he is living on the earth - real - and takes all sorts of faces that we all have run into!

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  9. Without hesitation...my stepfather...he was a woman-beater and a paedophile. Fortunately, the police ran him out of town, telling him never to return, back around 1951.

    He died in 1960 when I was aged 16 years...I laughed when I heard the news...and give no apology for doing so.

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  11. A fascinating question, worthy of much thought. As you can see, I had one failure already. One person who I've never actually met puts all others in the shade. I'll just leave it at that.

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  12. Marcy. I just wrote out the whole sordid story of this ex-friend and erased it. :) I'll tell you about it on the phone sometime.

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  13. Evil? I don't know anyone evil. I know a few not so nice people.

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  14. Gosh... I don't know anyone that evil either. Thank goodness!

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  15. Evil is a harsh word. I've met some nasty, mean-spirited people over the years, but fortunately no evil ones yet.

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  16. I can think of so many work people, some who went thru my coat pockets n back pack daily to take my bus money, n one ruined pictures I had of my kids n grandkids!

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  17. I won't use her given name, just call her mother.

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  18. Hope you're doing ok at spring catch-up!

    I now have an evil woman living downstairs plotting how to wreck my only free week 'til after summer! I have to share a frig with her, n she keeps opening my food , which then I won't eat. Just can't get away from all the people stress! Hope to post on blogger later tonight.

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  19. I've been very lucky in that regard. No one truly evil.

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  20. I think I've been lucky too.

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