[Sorry for all of these new threads. I just want to share with everyone! I would tell my friends, but I work with most of them.... and my other best friend just doesn't care. ] Ok so let me explain where I work at and then my problem: I work at a local upscale restaurant/oyster bar/grill/dancehall. Every weekend [Friday and Saturday, and had a band yesterday too since it's New Year's weekend] we have a band that plays on the stage while people sit and enjoy the music, and there's a space for people to dance. Anywho... I'm standing there minding my own business watching the band when all of a sudden I see one of my co-workers, Megan, with another girl approaching my manager, Matt, and tell him something. So Matt follows Megan to the dance floor where this guy is yelling obscenities and about to start a fight. So Matt goes behind him and pulls him back and the guy tries to push him away. So Matt puts his arm around the guy's neck [is that the headlock position?] and the guy tries to let go, so Matt throws him to the ground. Everyone crowds around and Matt has him pinned to the ground until the police get there. After the police arrest the guy, the girl from the beginning of the story tells us what happened to her. Supposedly, her boyfriend [the guy that was trying to start the fight] was with this girl who was also there. So his ex and three of her friends went to jump her in the bathroom, thus why Megan ran to get Matt. The guy who tried to start the fight I guess heard what happened, and went up to his ex's boyfriend and was going to fight him... Anywho... I was just in the back behind the manager's station watching the whole thing. TO MAKE A LONG STORY SHORT: Is it normal for my heart to beat at 1,000 miles per minute and for my stomach to get uneasy when witnessing a fight? and does being around greasy foods cause you to break out? I'm breaking out and that's the only thing I can think of!!! Also: This drunk lady was in the grill area and threw up on the ground. I was coming back from putting up silverware when I STEP IN THE VOMIT AND ALMOST FELL because I didn't see it. Argh.