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Paranoid when going out

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    Hi,

    I was just out and I was extremely surprised by how my paranoid my friends were of others.

    We were in a park that was very public and very close to round, around 9:00 and literally every time a group of people that looked the slightest bit menacing went near us everyone just stood up and moved.

    Is this normal? Should people be this paranoid?

    I find it frankly a bit ludicrous.
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    If you move out the way from every vaguely intimidating person that you meet you are going to court trouble cause you look like a victim
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    Why do you keep doing that? Just all talk together and try and sort it out and calm down and try to stop being so anxious when crowds come near.
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    wow

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