I know many of you don't like me because of some of my responses to your responses, but I'll be civil here. I am working on another angle of my story and it involves a high school football player. This football player, Jimmy, draws the ire of players from rival schools. Jimmy plays on a team called Punahou. The rival players belong to Iolani. The reason these Iolani players hate Jimmy is because Iolani courted him but claims that they don't court aspiring football players like Jimmy. Yet, Jimmy says to them that he's willing to expose this "secret" and becomes a major threat to Iolani. Furthermore, Jimmy insults the female students at Iolani and calls them ugly. He also gets under their skin when he shows to them that he's got a high opinion and sense entitlement of himself. This sense of entitlement annoys the Iolani kids (their names are Reid, Kevin, Matt, Blake, Mark, Reece, and others that I'm planning to include). When they learn that Jimmy is in a relationship as a freshman (many of his detractors are freshmen, sophomores, and juniors at Iolani), they become incensed and believe that a guy they deem ugly like Jimmy shouldn't attract girls. They ruin his relationship, anger him, and also stalk his sister. This sparks a war between Jimmy and his friends and his Iolani detractors. Any time Jimmy would play basketball or football, he'd encounter boos from Iolani spectators present. The Iolani enemies will also use facebook and other boards (like this one but a sports board) to humiliate and belittle Jimmy. They ruin another relationship of his and mock him when he injures himself. It is obvious that the Iolani kids are obsessing over Jimmy's personal life and obsessing over ruining his. The point of the story is the danger of obsessing over the personal lives of others. But would kids from a rival school hate somebody as much as the Iolani kids hate Jimmy? Note that other hobbies and traits of these Iolani kids is messing with other people's lives, going after girls from other schools, and flirting with girls while IN relationships (just to justify their huge ego). Because of their association with Iolani, their sense of entitlement makes Jimmy's look mild. They engage in stalking activities and whenever they successfully hide their deeds, feel the need to continue because they believe nobody can stop them or keep them from stalking. Another point of the story is the consequence of having a high opinion of oneself, a lesson Jimmy learns but his detractors don't. Share your thoughts here.