I was driving my bike and Mike Rinder had driven past me and he actually knocked me off my bike. I fell and was on the ground. Any normal human being with any form of care or compassion would feel bad, like “oh I just knocked her off her bike” and offer to help. But not Mike. He just stopped and looked at me with this smirk, smiled and drove off. I thought, how could anyone be so uncaring, with no humanity and no manners. Mike just left me there on the ground with the bike and he just turned and smirked at me and drove off. I remember at the time thinking, “wow, what a despicable human being.”
Mike just left me there on the ground with the bike and he just turned and smirked at me and drove off.
Then about twenty minutes later I bumped into Mike. Again, he didn’t ask me, “Amber, how are you?” Instead, Mike just looked down his nose at me in his condescending arrogant pompous way that Mike Rinder had perfected. There was not a word of concern. He acted like it never happened. To Mike Rinder no one else mattered. No one in the world mattered, other than him.