Sorry, yes Torres it is. My bad. :s
I got what you said and meant. That it is a character, and yes, I know that it is a character created by the writers and that this a dramedy on TV and not a reality program... And yes that you mean she reacts in a tenacious way because she realizes that she wants Callie back. Got that. What we disagree on is that when you take things too far you are infringing on the space of others. And yes, you try and you try, got that I've done it myself. But it is crossing a boundary to move into her old apartment, as a neighbour to where she is living because she had sub-let her appartment! That is crossing the line. Yet I saw no-one's outcry on this big infraction in the forum. Double standards! Also by the writers because if a guy does this the scene gets a dark tone and the music is ominous... Callie in very clear and precise terms let her know she didn't want her back; and yes she still wasn't over her, but she understood she didn't need Arizona in her life, and Arizona causing this accident proved that it indeed is a fatal attraction...
I also got the fact that she thought it honorable to join the army because they needed medics Teddy left an attending gig at Columbia because of it, that is why I wonder why she herself didn't join? Her brother was off'd in the war, so join! She claimed that his death was due to a shortage of medics, I say that it was due to a surplus of lead being shot at you. [because you are invading another country?]...
In no way I am belittling the storyline. What we do in this forum is to comment on what's happening and theorizing on 'what-if's'. I just dislike this character and I see a double standard because she's a chick. Just see the different reaction that, for instance Stark had to Kepner's rejection. That was an appropriate reaction to the circumstances. Moving in into your ex-girlfriend's sub-letted apartment as a neighbour is offensive, yet you see no ill of it at all. Imagine if a similar sit happens to you in real life... What, do you need to find a rabbit kooking in your spaghetti pan? I'd say that earlier mentioned (infr)actions by Arizona are more than enough proof.
the scene gets a dark tone and the music is ominous??? explain to me when that has EVER happened in Greys?? I understand that you see my point of view, but you are still looking at this too literally, you say that its double standards yet you fail to provide an example of a similar situation in greys with a male instead of a female.
The whole Stark and Kepner situation isnt for you to say knowingly that it "was an appropriate response" because people can react in any way they wish to react, stark wanted something more and kepner didnt but they werent in love (like calzona, hence why she tried harder for callie) and there was no dark and omnious setting either. If Kepner said no and stark kept pursuing it (which he may well still) people wouldnt get all oh he is being a stalker and there is double standards. If you see my point about being a television show, then why on earth are you still taking this to heart??? Its fictional, and in most times over dramatic, its there for viewing, sure we are here to comment on it, but comment on the show dont bring politics and world theories into this(invading a country....) we are here to escape the realities of life by discussing a completely invented situation..... and on that note, I really want to leave it cause I love GA too much to focus on the tiny insignificant aspects that happened ages ago, that have no reflection on greys at the moment.