Essay On The Disease Of Violence

264 words - 2 pages

The Disease Of Violence The last time I got infected by the disease of violence was about two weeks ago, and I didn't do anything that bad. About two weeks ago I went to the cactus club (local bands and very small mosh pits) to go have a good time, listen to music and mosh. About the second to last band I was moshing and I seen this guy on the other side of the mosh pit so I was planning to hit him. As I ran across the pit to hit the guy some other guy hit me from the side but I kept moving. As soon as I got the other side guy seen me and grabbed my head and flipped...

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