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An animal nut

Sarah writes:
My friend and I were going down the stairs to get on the Green Line, when a woman barked at us "animal rights!" Being a vegetarian and having two cats myself, I am always looking for another way to help animals and decided to ask more about it. the woman told me not to ask anythink about it, just give her $5 and put my name on the paper. I told her I wasn't just going to give her my money without knowing what it was for and she just snarled at. I finally got it out of her that it was for birth control to strays and I asked another question. I don't know if this whole thing was rude or not, but I didn't think that asking a few questions about an organization I might give my hard earned money for is wrong. Anyways, so as the woman took out another smoke, so yelled "I don't have any god-damn time to play twenty questions with some stupid brat!" I didn't know what to do, so I just ran down the stairs.

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I had the same experience! That woman is soo mean...if she would just talk a little she might get a few bucks, fraud or not.

January 6, 2003 05:46 PM

That psycho woman is everywhere!!! I've seen her in Back Bay, the Financial District, Coolidge Corner, etc... At least we know that she doesn't use the money to buy clothes, as she is always wearing the exact same outfit!!!

January 16, 2003 12:28 PM

Lol! Guys, this lady isn't an animal activist, she's just a nut whose particular psychosis happens to cause her to act like one. She's all over the city, I saw her in Downtown Crossing just two weeks ago. Better to just avoid her, she's gotten violent with people in the past. She especially doesn't like girls and can bust out with some pretty obscene insults at the drop of a hate.

August 18, 2003 05:06 PM

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