Update on the story last night about Captain Dick Whistler, who asks strange women to hang out with him and then demeans them when they say no – he’s been doing this from at least back to 2011. Another woman came forward with this:
This is psychotic and dangerous behavior over a prolonged period of time. Normal people don’t do this. He feels entitled to women and clearly does not take no for an answer. This woman didn’t ask him to contact her. She told him she was not interested an had a boyfriend. He started off with the usual passive aggressive bullshit, accusing him of ignoring her, as if she’s obligated to engage him in conversation. Then he messages her every day for a period of time in December before picking up where he started again in June. He obviously has a rolodex of women he just goes through and does this with. And he’s been doing it for at least a decade.
Not to go all feminist here, but this is the shit men will never have to deal with. We get this all the time. I’ve never had anyone as aggressive as this, but the fact of the matter is that there are no shortage of men like this. They do what they do because women are too afraid to call them out on it. Well guess what? Because of my relative anonymity I have the privilege of being predators like this on blast, and I’m not afraid.
Hey shitstain – come on the Live show tonight. I’m sure Uncle Turtleboy would let you share your side of the story. I see you’ve put your Facebook page on private. What’s the matter? Don’t like it when strangers bother you? Yea, kind of sucks right? Message TBNews on Facebook and we can have you on and give you a chance to explain yourself.
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