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Old 09-23-2014, 02:44 PM
 
Location: Tennessee
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I have known (notice...past tense) people like this. Sounds like he might be interested in you if he was all obsessed where your ex is. He will emotionally bleed you dry if you do not protect yourself. This is going to just go on and on if you will listen to him.
He was looking for his ex, not mine. She wouldn't respond to him on Facebook and has ignored calls for the past month. He asked me to tell her to call him if I heard from her. She's on my Facebook too, but we don't talk regularly.
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Old 09-23-2014, 02:52 PM
 
Location: Tennessee
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It seems your friend has bigger problems so it might be useful to encourage him to talk to a professional. I'm glad you texted him back as you might just be a real life line to him. Help him to get to a better place and disconnect if you must, as being a doormat isn't good for you, but true character is to offer a helping hand.

What would you want him to do if the situation were reversed? Often when you reach out to others, it enriches them and you!
He's had issues for years. Back in 2006-2007, he thought the administration of UT-Knoxville were some part of New World Order/Alex Jones style conspiracy in getting him banned from the college, and that his name was ruined anywhere in the state.

He was in some questionable dealings at a fraternity that probably did it. No legal charges ever came of it, but he stayed away. The dean of the college this went down in died a year or so ago and that's how he got in.
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Old 09-23-2014, 04:48 PM
 
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He was in some questionable dealings at a fraternity that probably did it. No legal charges ever came of it, but he stayed away. The dean of the college this went down in died a year or so ago and that's how he got in.
Did what ?? he got in where because someone died ????
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