The police in my town are completely out of control. I was falsely accused of assaulting a police officer and not only thrown around like a rag doll but also humiliated. They then targeted me because I told them I have PTSD. I was bullied and again humiliated by being arrested at my child’s school. I may not be black, but I do understand the I Survived The Rocket Shirt What’s more,I will buy this feeling of being unsafe around cops. I don’t feel safe in the same town as these cops. I can’t even enjoy my yard or go for a walk. I scurry to my car if I absolutely have to leave the house, usually for appointments. I can’t go outside by myself at all. I wish I could move, but I cannot afford it since I haven’t been able to work because of this, too. These two incidents have changed my life and not for the better.I don’t know if it could be considered an encounter or not, But it certainly was a surprise to my Girlfriend/Fianceé’s father. There company has a yearly week long vacation for all their employees and in 2018, it just happened to coincide with our spring break and they asked if we would house/farm sit for them. All we had to do was basically stay there and go down and feed the horses in the Equestrian center twice a day, according to the charts on their stalls. No big deal, about 3 hours of work total each day. We skipped classes before Spring break to go to Ultra 2018 in Miami and her parents were driving down to Galveston to catch their cruise on Early Monday morning.We enjoyed Miami, Ultra ended Sunday night and Monday, we flew here to spend 6 days watching the house and farm. We got here and the horses had a late morning feeding, which her dad knew would happen because of our flight, and the evening feeding went well. We were on a farm with a gated driveway between 5 and 6 miles long, the nearest neighbor was like 8 miles away and we decided to have a naked challenge, just to see how long we could go without a single stitch of clothing, except boots when we dealt with the horses.
One thing we didn’t know was the I Survived The Rocket Shirt What’s more,I will buy this her dad installed a security camera in the dining room area pointed at the sliding glass doors leading out to the deck and of course, the hot tub we loved spending time in. We made it from Monday evening to Thursday afternoon without a stitch of clothing and we had to dress for a feed delivery. When her parents returned Saturday night, we were at the airport waiting for our flight back to school and met her parents on their return, we had dinner before they head back up this way and we hopped our flight back to school. Sunday afternoon, her mother called us, laughing. She said her father went to skim over the security footage before deleting it and he came to Monday night when we casually walked through the dining room, under the camera, completely nude, on our way to the hot tub. She said he immediately yelled for her and told her she needed to skim over the footage. She said she hadn’t laughed so hard when she saw the reason. We told her he may want to skip all dining room and deck footage until sometime late afternoon on thursday because we didn’t get dressed most of the week, and that he may want to skip the barn footage altogether. Kat will still tease him to this day if she see’s him avert his eyes when we’re in bikinis, comments like “Oh daddy, don’t be embarrassed, you’ve already see us both naked anyway.” Her mom gets a kick out of seeing her husband turn dark red with embarrassment.Note: the time I was charged rent that was changed was not the first time. When I came home for summer my dad’s wife made me pay rent, buy my own food, I also was paying rent at my house in the city I was in uni in to keep my stuff there (which they knew), and I did majority of the house work on my days off (later she said she thought I was the messy one until I moved out and she admitted the house was cleaner when I lived there then it ever had been). She was going to charge me damage deposit because I didnt fold the sheets properly and certain things were not up to her standards.