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  •  Not because of your hair or anything about you. (0+ / 0-)

    If someone wants to be a top predator, it is necessary for them to make someone else into prey.  The top predator becomes expert at finding or manufacturing a vulnerability and leveraging it to create prey.  

    Often the predator's real objective is to dominate a little empire of stooges.  The predator exploits their stooges for personal entertainment and profit.  Because the minions won't be deep thinkers, the prey who best serves this objective is one who can be made vulnerable through something simple and visible.

    I suspect your predator tried a number of unsuccessful attacks before your hair turned out to be the one that worked in terms of mobilizing her in-group.  Then she pushed it as far as she could go.

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