George Zimmerman wants his NORMAL life back


Sal
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#1
This guy isn't too bright. karma's a bitch.... sucks to be you George but at least you are still alive and could turn things around if only you would learn from your mistakes....but no, he doesn't get it.




George Zimmerman is not getting used to the rest of his life. In a new Spanish language interview with Univision that will air on Sunday night (external - login to view), Zimmerman details exactly how ****ty his existence currently is, while also wondering why he can't live like the rest of us.
First, the grisly details: Zimmerman is $2.5 million in debt. He claims to have post-traumatic stress disorder. He wears a bulletproof vest and follows "safety plans" while in public. He fears being murdered himself. He does not have a job. He does not have health insurance (no Obamacare, eh?). He says that he is homeless.


These are not problems that a few paintings of AP photos can solve. These are not problems that allowing a washed up rapper to beat his *** can solve. It seems like Zimmerman is beginning to realize these facts.


"Honestly, I [would] love to live a calm life without being in the press. I'd like [to be treated like] any American citizen," Zimmerman says in the interview, according to a translation by the New York Daily News (external - login to view). "Have a ticket or an argument [and] not have everyone aware. But that's my life and I do not understand why that is."
At some point, one assumes, he'll figure it out.
 
petros
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Bummer for George.
 
Colpy
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#3  Top Rated Post
Yeah...it should not cost you 2.5 million dollars to defend yourself.
 
JLM
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There's still one problem with this, I don't think we actually know how guilty he is!
 
DaSleeper
#5
A mind-reader...............
 
SLM
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Step one, stop giving interviews to the press.
 
Blackleaf
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Quote: Originally Posted by SalView Post

This guy isn't too bright. karma's a bitch.... sucks to be you George but at least you are still alive and could turn things around if only you would learn from your mistakes....but no, he doesn't get it.
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What "mistakes" would those be? Do they include defending himself from a violent thug?
 
Sal
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Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

What "mistakes" would those be? Do they include defending himself from a violent thug?

meh I am not going to take your bait, due to your phraseology your meaning and intent are clear.

I will say we all pay for our choices on a daily basis...every choice has a consequence...if one is miserable, it is up to that individual to switch up their life.....he is still breathing, so he is lucky. His wife dumped him so now he is free as a bird from bothersome bitches and hoodlums attacking him. He needs to stop giving interviews as SLM said, get off his azz, and get some help.

That will get him going in the right direction.
 
Blackleaf
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Quote: Originally Posted by SalView Post

meh I am not going to take your bait, due to your phraseology your meaning and intent are clear.

I will say we all pay for our choices on a daily basis...every choice has a consequence...if one is miserable, it is up to that individual to switch up their life.....he is still breathing, so he is lucky. His wife dumped him so now he is free as a bird from bothersome bitches and hoodlums attacking him. He needs to stop giving interviews as SLM said, get off his azz, and get some help.

That will get him going in the right direction.




So no answer as to what those "mistakes" are and whether or not they include defending himself from a violent thug. Interesting. That says it all really.
 
lone wolf
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Now he knows why he should have heeded 911's advice and left the arrest to the cops
 
El Barto
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#11
I am sure his victim would love to have his life back too
 
Sal
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Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

So no answer as to what those "mistakes" are and whether or not they include defending himself from a violent thug. Interesting. That says it all really.

Apparently it says enough for you to conclude in the manner in which you choose to. I have no problem with that.
 
Blackleaf
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Quote: Originally Posted by El BartoView Post

I am sure his victim would love to have his life back too



He shouldn't have been a violent thug, then. He only has himself to blame.

Just quit the cringy liberal victimising of the criminal.

Quote: Originally Posted by SalView Post

Apparently it says enough for you to conclude in the manner in which you choose to. I have no problem with that.


So what are Mr Zimmerman's mistakes? Do they include defending himself from a violent thug?
 
lone wolf
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Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post


So what are Mr Zimmerman's mistakes? Do they include defending himself from a violent thug?

The big one was following Martin after he called 911
 
Blackleaf
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Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolfView Post

Now he knows why he should have heeded 911's advice and left the arrest to the cops



Quote:

The big one was following Martin after he called 911



Again, twisting the facts to suit your Trayvonite agenda.

He was told by a dispatcher (not the police) that "we don't need you to do that" - no instruction to NOT do it, just that "we don't need you to do that." Not legally binding in any way. The dispatcher cannot see the situation that Mr Zimmerman was in.
 
lone wolf
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Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

Again, twisting the facts to suit your Trayvonite agenda.

He was told by a dispatcher (not the police) that "we don't need you to do that" - no instruction to NOT do it, just that "we don't need you to do that." Not legally binding in any way. The dispatcher cannot see the situation that Mr Zimmerman was in.

Twisting? Means the same thing, Britiot
 
Blackleaf
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Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolfView Post

Twisting? Means the same thing, Britiot



It would be nice if you and your fellow Trayvonites would get their facts right once in a while.

The best I've seen so far was that Trayvonite who told me that Mr Zimmerman assaulted a cop.
 
Sal
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Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

Again, twisting the facts to suit your Trayvonite agenda.

He was told by a dispatcher (not the police) that "we don't need you to do that" - no instruction to NOT do it, just that "we don't need you to do that." Not legally binding in any way. The dispatcher cannot see the situation that Mr Zimmerman was in.

Just more proof that the guy is challenged on many levels. He does not have good decision making skills. If he did, he would not be in the current mess he is saying he is.
 
Blackleaf
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Quote: Originally Posted by SalView Post

Just more proof that the guy is challenged on many levels. He does not have good decision making skills. If he did, he would not be in the current mess he is saying he is.



Who are you to say he has "poor decision making skills"? He broke no laws.
 
lone wolf
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Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

It would be nice if you and your fellow Trayvonites would get their facts right once in a while.

The best I've seen so far was that Trayvonite who told me that Mr Zimmerman assaulted a cop.

I bet you see lots of things you want to see. Pity facts aren't among them
 
Blackleaf
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Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolfView Post

I bet you see lots of things you want to see. Pity facts aren't among them



I've seen all the "facts" peddled by the Trayvonites. They are usually disproved rather quickly though by those who have studied the ins and outs of the case properly.
 
lone wolf
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You see "facts" that one of "those people" were killed in an altercation with one of "you" and that's all that matters.
 
Sal
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Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

Who are you to say he has "poor decision making skills"? He broke no laws.

Who am I....*falls on the floor laughing*

I am the one saying he doesn't have good decision making skills which is evidenced by where his choices have led him. (In his own words) You apparently think he is okey dokey in that department. HE on the other hand is living the result of his decisions and even he is beginning to understand it isn't working so well for him. In fact he appears to be moving incrementally, albeit very slowly, forward.

Here's another angle for you since you are one on the board here who likes to divide people into left and right, which in your book essentially means wrong and right.... you seems to be backing victimization here.... is that correct? Poor old George is a victim of a left winged society... poor weak, hard done by George...is that how you view this guy...as weak and beaten by the left.

If so let me know, it would turn human tragedy into a triumph of sorts...twisted perhaps but whatever.
 
Blackleaf
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Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolfView Post

You see "facts" that one of "those people" were killed in an altercation



Because he was being a violent thug and was smashing Mr Zimmerman's head on the floor. Mr Zimmerman defended himself, as any right-thinking person would.

Quote: Originally Posted by SalView Post

Poor old George is a victim of a left winged society... poor weak, hard done by George...is that how you view this guy...as weak and beaten by the left



Poor old Mr Zimmerman is a victim of PC left wingers who - and we've seen this all before - have a tendency to side with the CRIMINAL rather than the victim. He's a victims of morons who think people have no right to defend themselves from a violent thug.

Thankfully, the laws of the state of Florida disagree with you.

But, don't worry, I'm sure some other little angel will get offed by evil whitey soon enough. Just keep your pitchforks and flaming torches in reserve till then.
 
Sal
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my god maybe that's what happened to him, his head got all smashed up on the floor....yeah that's the problem, floor smashed....brains got pulverized...
 
lone wolf
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Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

Because he was being a violent thug and smashing Mr Zimmerman's head on the floor. Mr Zimmerman defended himself, as any right-thinking person would.

In the end - yes he would have defended himself - if he hadn't been so arrogant as to take the law into his own hands after the police were called.

Karma's a bitch and Zimmerman's paying the piper
 
Blackleaf
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Quote: Originally Posted by SalView Post

my god maybe that's what happened to him, his head got all smashed up on the floor....yeah that's the problem, floor smashed....brains got pulverized...



And having you head smashed against the floor by a thug is a laughing matter, is it?
 
Sal
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Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

And having you head smashed against the floor by a thug is a laughing matter, is it?

well they were outside for one thing, and the other is just a matter of semantics which made it quite funny for me
 
Blackleaf
#29
Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolfView Post

In the end - yes he would have defended himself - if he hadn't been so arrogant as to take the law into his own hands after the police were called





And what laws did Mr Zimmerman break?
 
Blackleaf
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#30
Quote: Originally Posted by SalView Post

well they were outside for one thing


Zimmerman: "That's it Mr Martin. You keep smashing my head on the floor and in all likelihood leave me brain-damaged or dead. I have a gun but I can't use it to defend myself because we're outside, you see. So go head. Smash my head on the floor."
 

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