I suppose I should have expected the severe road stalking I experienced today, no doubt as a reaction to my post of last night, since the organized stalking that's directed against my children and me is so pervasive in this area in general and law enforcement at all levels does so little (i.e., nothing) to help us. I always hope for the best in people, even as I continue to be an innocent victim of the worst in people.
So, out of the many people who actively participated in the organized stalking of me today, who do you think wins the prize for being the worst? Was it the man on the bicycle with a helmet on his head and a large backpack on his back who looked a great deal like my ex-husband and was waiting across the highway from my house to dart out in front of me as I left for work? Maybe it was the guy in the large red pickup bearing Texas plate AF9-2007, who very aggressively tailgated me with his headlights on and ignored numerous opportunities to go around me before eventually speeding off down the freeway (switching his lights off as he passed me) this morning.
Perhaps today's worst stalkers were some of the many other drivers who kept their lights on while driving behind me as I came home from work that also switched their lights off as soon as they moved in front of me. There were certainly a lot of these!, like persons in the white hatchback with Texas plate 4BJCH, the white car with Texas plate 311-RKW (which also tailgated me aggressively), the tan car with Texas plate 319-LYS, the white car with Texas plate BL3-Z512, the blue hatchback with Texas plate BV4-K475, the black SUV with Texas plate CKJ-250, the white car with Texas plate KSC-752, or the van with Texas handicapped plate 8CWFC.
Maybe today's worst stalkers were among the many drivers instead coming toward me with their lights on who immediately switched their lights off as they passed me on the other side of the highway--there were a lot of these as well! (And no, I'm not talking about all the drivers with their lights on during the daytime, only the ones who switched them on or off relative to their position with my vehicle.)
Or maybe today's worst stalker was the driver of the large truck with "Stevens Transport" printed on the side that drove so slowly and without lights while I was behind it but quickly switched its headlights on as I passed it and then sped away at the next exit.
But no; the award for the very worst organized stalkers of today goes to [drumroll, please!]: the people in the dark gray car bearing Texas plate 227-PVS that repeatedly drove up behind me with their headlights on, turned them off as they passed me and left them off while they were in front of me, slowed down in order to force me to pass them and switched their lights back on again as I did so, dropped back for awhile, and then repeated the process. The fact that these people (and there were a number of them in the car) could not seem to stop doing this over and over again is a classic example of psychopathic behavior, and possibly also an example of group evil as defined by author M. Scott Peck.