I'm not a native English speaker, and I don't understand the meaning of the phrase "in your general direction."
I have found its use in the line from Monty Python and the Holy Grail:
I fart in your general direction.
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I am guessing it is the 'general' causing problems?
It just means that the fart is not aimed precisely at the victim, like a gunshot, but more or less in his direction in more of an "over there somewhere" sort of way.