Despite the fact that the May incident was big news, De Marcus did not take well to Furillo mentioning it in his column.
Monday was the first time Cousins saw the writer since the column was published, and he did not mince words.
I lifted my wrist, the bandage just dangling from the area now, not covering or protecting a thing. I never realized how intimidating he was when he wanted to be.” ― Cambria Hebert, “To seek the praise of men as our motivation is to abandon truly great things, for more often than not truly great things elicit the ire of men far more than they garner their praises.” ― Craig D.
I just had to go.” Stalking is a form of invasion of space that can be likened to one country invading another.
Sally said, “every time I prepared a portion of the garden to grow vegetables, Dylan would take over that patch, planting what he wanted.
Towards the end of the piece, Furillo mentions an incident at a Tampa nightclub in May with Cousins and his brother Jaleel, a college basketball star, that ended with Jaleel being Tazed and arrested as the elder brother escaped.
The incident received press coverage at the time, including on TMZ and plenty of other places.
Cousins stormed over to Furillo and got right in his face.
"You're gonna have some real fucking issues," Cousins said. You don't know my fucking brother." After being pulled away by Garrett Temple and waved off by a team spokesman, Cousins called the writer a "fucking coward" and then unleashed one more volley.Furillo wrote a column published earlier in the month that discussed a lawsuit aimed at Cousins and his teammate Matt Barnes.The suit accuses the players of choking a woman and punching her boyfriend.The fact that men cannot look down upon women who are taller than them is the very reason that many men find tall women so intimidating.” ― Miya Yamanouchi, “Tell me what happened.” “He was here,” I said, hoarse. “Obviously, I avoided the shelf.” “Did you get a look at his face? I was going to reassure him that I was okay, but the police rushed inside, followed closely behind by a medic with a first aid kit. I felt Holt’s stare and I glanced up, giving him a fake smile. In addition to being strong and stupid, we were also thought of as dangerous.“He lit the can on fire and took the extinguisher nearby. “She needs medical attention,” Holt barked, authority ringing through his tone. I’ll be fine.” That seemed to calm him a little, and he got to work. He rolled his eyes and turned back to one of the officers. It might have been an old story to Patrick and the others, but I got a kick out of being mistaken as volatile.It is important for the victim of symbolic aggression to trust their gut instinct about what they view the tactics to mean, and to do whatever it takes to keep themselves, and their children if they have any, safe.