Tell me about it. I can't count the number of confrontations I had as the town changed. It was on 24/7. I mean it got so bad in my twenties I can't even talk about it. I mean how could a person ever talk about living through a hit on you by sheer intelligence and fearlessness or holding down your neighborhood for example. All I can say is I thank God I survived it, never went farther than my conscience could handle, and most importantly changed into a better person. I have regrets but have learned the value of things many youth don't understand or value. Things like humility, respect, learning how to hold down a job and not take slights too much to heart, the ability to stand alone to accomplish good purpose when everyone and all else has failed me, love, being a giver, etc.. Life is good today and I'm not materially rich by my standards. I think myself a plain person that is rich in that I know great people and a loving God. Peace.