article In February 2001, the then-24-year-old Peter Sagan was visiting his parents in Portland, Oregon.
Sagan had just graduated from Harvard Business School and was living in Los Angeles with his friend and co-founder Peter Peterson.
Peterson, who was also a Harvard graduate, had been a long-time friend of Sagan’s and had come to Oregon for a week to visit his parents.
The trip was supposed to be Peterson’s first as a business partner, but Sagan was reluctant to accept the offer.
The idea was to have Peterson and Sagan go for a drive on his Honda Accord, and Peterson would pay for the gas and insurance.
On the way back to his apartment, Peterson noticed a large dog roaming the neighborhood.
He called Sagan and asked if he could keep the dog.
Peterson promised to keep the animal, but he also promised to give Sagan his name and address if Sagan would return the dog to him.
A month later, Peterson returned the dog, and Sagan immediately got on his best behavior.
Peterson and the rest of the group of friends stayed for a while, and they talked about the dog and Peterson’s new relationship.
At first, Peterson seemed excited about the new relationship and seemed to enjoy his newfound connection to Sagan, but when he saw the dog being abandoned by its owners, Sagan became furious.
He said he was going to call the police on the couple.
“Peterson was trying to pull my leg and tell me he was leaving, and I just yelled at him to stop,” Sagan said.
“I was really angry with him.
I just didn’t think it was right.”
Peterson, still a student, had gotten a job in a financial services company and was spending a lot of time with his new girlfriend, Lauren, who he met at a bar.
He was worried about the future of the relationship, so he called Sagan to tell him that he had to leave.
Peterson’s reaction was the exact opposite of what he had expected.
“The next day, I got a call from Peter,” Sagan recalled.
“He said, ‘Hey, I know you’re having a bad time, and that’s not fair.
If you’re leaving, you need to come with me.'”
Sagan called Peterson back, but Peterson was still upset.
Peterson told Sagan that he was in trouble.
Sagan said he thought Peterson was going crazy.
“Then he said, [Peter] said, Oh, I didn’t mean to say anything.
I don’t want to go through that,” Sagan told BuzzFeed News.
“And I said, That’s not true, Peter.
I want you to come back with me.”
The next day Peterson returned to the apartment and asked Sagan to stay with him for a few days.
The next morning Peterson called Sagan again, but this time Sagan said that Peterson had called to tell his parents he was taking the dog with him, which he hadn’t told them.
Peterson then said that Sagan had left the apartment to go to a friend’s house, and he was scared.
Peterson said that if he had gone to the house with the dog that night, Peterson would have told him the same thing he had told the others.
Peterson called a few friends and told them that he planned to go with Sagan to the friend’s place.
But when Peterson got there, Sagan told him that Peterson was not with him that night.
He also told Peterson that he didn’t want Peterson to be in trouble, and if he wanted to be with Sagan, he would have to get over it.
“So he got upset,” Sagan recounted.
“We didn’t know where to start.
We said we were going to write a letter to the police.”
Peterson responded that he did not want to do that, because he was afraid of Peterson, but the letter would not be sent to police until the next day.
After that, Peterson was angry, he said.
He wanted to leave immediately, but we just couldn’t do that.
So he left, and the next thing I knew, he was gone.
We didn’t do anything.
That was the last I heard of him.
In fact, the police report doesn’t say that he ever returned the car, but if Peterson was afraid, that’s why he didn’ t return it.
The dog, which had been neutered, was given to another family member.
Peterson was never charged with any crime.
But the incident had a lasting effect on Sagan.
“That’s why it was a big deal to get the dog back,” Sagan added.
“There was just no other option.”
A year later, Sagan went to court to fight against Peterson’s right to keep his dog.
Peterson appealed the decision, saying that Sagan violated his right to privacy when he kept the dog in his home.
The case was settled out of court, but in a court ruling published in 2007, a judge found that Peterson violated the