Vezmar’s conduct – the threats of legal action, the stalking and increasingly over the top rantings on the topic – provide credence to the idea that it wasn’t his criticizing her admittedly rude and inconsiderate behavior that led to her fleeing a bad date. Taking the time – and not insignificant cost – to use the legal system as a means of seeking revenge against a bad date would seem to be a strong indicator that she had reason to trust her instincts and bail.
But the absurdity of Vezmar’s actions are actually Yes, the guy who sued his date and did multiple media interviews on the topic and continues to rant about it on Twitter is indeed the correct person to declare who is and isn’t a self-centered, bizarro-land nutjob.“Here’s what I think: I think the implicit contracts in dating need to stop, because I think that men are being exploited by people like the defendant,” Vezmar explained.
Even agreeing with a man when they compliment her is enough to send some men into a tailspin.
By not letting them be the arbiter of what is appropriate, she has violated the “rules” and must be punished.
Many of us have found ourselves pondering how to escape a bad date.
Incensed, Vezmar insisted that either she stop or leave the theater. His date, for her part, insists in a statement to the Statesman that “I had my phone low and I wasn’t bothering anybody.
That was an assumption she made, because she believes that those are the rules of the game. She’s taken advantage of someone else’s courtesy and generosity.” her to acknowledge him, respond to him and allow him to dictate the terms under which she’s allowed to behave.
Even when Tim League offered to comp him the price of a ticket, Vezmar didn’t accept.
I feel sorry that I hurt his feelings badly enough that he felt he needed to commit so much time and effort into seeking revenge.
I hope one day he can move past this and find peace in his life. pic.twitter.com/uf NR4GFfuf — Brandon Vezmar (@Brandon Vezmar) May 17, 2017“I think that this was probably a really great date for her. She seemed to be having a great time up until the point when I asked her to stop texting.