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Dear John,

I met a guy through a dating website. We talked online for a few weeks before we ever met in person. Online he was the nicest guy and had such a great sense of humor. We finally met in person this weekend and he was completely different that I expected. Some of his jokes were kinda creepy. Since the date I've been avoiding his messages. He knows where I work, where I live and which gym I go to. I keep having these weird feeling that he's following me. I told my neighbor about him and they're keeping an eye out for anyone. So far there has been nothing, thank goodness. I think I should reply to let him know that we're probably not best suited for one another, or do you think I should just not reply at all? His last message was a few days ago. He seems sad that I have not replied, but I just don't know how to reply or what to say that will not make things worse. Any advice?

Signed – SingleAndScared

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According to court records, as he was getting his hair cut at Great Clips, a North Dakota man warned a stylist that he would kill her if “you don’t make me look beautiful.” Police say that 25-year-old Michael McKenzie appeared to be drunk and had a bottle of Fireball whisky in his back pocket when he showed up at a Bismarck salon. While his hair was being cut, McKenzie allegedly made “inappropriate comments” to stylist Samantha Gunsch, who told cops McKenzie “stated something to the effect of I’m going to kill you if you don’t make me look beautiful.” During a police interview, Gunsch recalled that McKenzie also told her that he was “going to look her up and come to her house if she doesn’t cut his hair right.” McKenzie’s comments, Gunsch said, left her so upset that “her hands were shaking.” A probable cause affidavit notes that Gunsch said she was “in fear for her life due to Michael making these comments to her.” McKenzie was arrested last Thursday and charged with a felony terrorizing count. (

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An Italian cruise ship has been put on lockdown after two passengers contracted the coronavirus after boarding in Hong Kong.(

McDonald’s has scrapped plans to sell five cent Big Macs in Russia over fears of the coronavirus. (

Court documents show that R. Kelly blackmailed his accusers by filming child porn videos that he threatened to reveal if they came forward. (

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An Al Qaeda leader who murdered two Iraqi police officers was arrested in Arizona. (

The United States now has eleven cases of the coronavirus after a California man gave it to his wife following a recent trip to China. (

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