Lessons from the Duel at the Dumpster (Part II)

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dumpster fire

There even more lessons we can take away from the Duel at the Dumpster, which we probably could also call the Dumbster Fire. Perhaps the most important lesson of them all relates to the human dynamics of confrontations.

You’re always on video

We have to assume we’re always going to be on video. This is especially true when there are other parties nearby, whether they’re Seconds or just bystanders.

Here is a reasonably good transcript of the first minute of the confrontation.

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2 thoughts on “Lessons from the Duel at the Dumpster (Part II)

    • Perhaps. But I think it’s also more fuel for pro-gun folks about the importance of NOT BEING FUCKING STUPID!

      Claude’s analysis is correct.

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