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Old 12-29-2011, 01:34 AM
 
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I read that from fifty to seventy percent of children in this country are born to single parents.
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It's around 40%...although that's bad enough.

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I think about half our marriages end in failure. If some couples want to try something that they think will work for them, they have my good wishes. It is obvious that the traditional situation is not working for most of us.
Yeah, and the "new" situations people are getting themselves and their kids into are even more of a disaster. Even some of the liberal folks are admitting as much:

Forget Juno. Out-of-wedlock births are a national catastrophe. - Slate Magazine


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Old 12-29-2011, 01:55 AM
 
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I just found it odd that was it that he did not make a formal complaint when he was with his wife THATS ALL THE END GOOD BYE

again thank you to the SMART NON BIAS posters for there public and private advise to me.
You can report this behavior to the mods btw...
As a mod on a political forum I know that I get many complaints featuring attacks and so forth...

copy and paste the message as well as the posters users name...On my forum I would disable their account for several days depending on the serverity of the message/post...
As a former wife of cheater and was able to be respectful enough to the mistress of my ex because in fact HE CHEATED on us both? I can see your side and will continue to advocate for those whom in fact did not go in willingly to have an affair with someone but actually trusted them and what they said..
Again I am sorry...
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Old 12-29-2011, 09:09 AM
 
Location: Lower east side of Toronto
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Seduction in bad faith does not pay off.
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Old 12-29-2011, 09:15 AM
 
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Consider yourself somewhat lucky that the wife only filed a complaint. I've read in the newspaper the other day about a 20-year old murder case that has just been resolved. Simple story. Lonely woman sleeps with neighbor's husband, the wife goes bonkers and brutally murders the mistress... It happened in Vancouver, and I'm sure it happens everywhere else.

Lesson: do not sleep with married men, and if you "accidentally" sleep with one because he lied about his marital status, do not contact the wife (or do so anonymously) to protect yourself... You never know, some wives are capable of "A to Z"...
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Old 12-29-2011, 09:15 AM
 
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Posters should be reported because they didn't agree with her or had a different POV in some cases? I think that's a little overboard, especially given the fact all she wanted was for everyone to agree with her. If you look back at some of her responses, all she does is argue, use sarcasm, a lot of CAPS. When someone posts on a controversial topic, they should expect a lot of different POV's in response. If she can't take that on board, why bother posting? Adultery is a topic that will get people riled up in a lot of ways and so she got what she wanted in that regard. Perhaps her new account should be disabled?
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Old 12-29-2011, 09:22 AM
 
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Posters should be reported because they didn't agree with her or had a different POV in some cases? I think that's a little overboard, especially given the fact all she wanted was for everyone to agree with her. If you look back at some of her responses, all she does is argue, use sarcasm, a lot of CAPS. When someone posts on a controversial topic, they should expect a lot of different POV's in response. If she can't take that on board, why bother posting? Adultery is a topic that will get people riled up in a lot of ways and so she got what she wanted in that regard. Perhaps her new account should be disabled?

Yep, apparently we all have to agree with her (or respond with kid gloves for her feelings), and the fact that all she does is respond with CAPS and sarcasm suggests she really doesn't want to hear anything anyway. I would expect this from a 20 year old, not a 45 year old. Oh well. I don't recall calling her names, I was just blunt about what's going on. She asked what we thought was going on. If you don't want to hear what people have to say don't post a question.
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Old 12-29-2011, 09:37 AM
 
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Posters should be reported because they didn't agree with her or had a different POV in some cases? I think that's a little overboard, especially given the fact all she wanted was for everyone to agree with her. If you look back at some of her responses, all she does is argue, use sarcasm, a lot of CAPS. When someone posts on a controversial topic, they should expect a lot of different POV's in response. If she can't take that on board, why bother posting? Adultery is a topic that will get people riled up in a lot of ways and so she got what she wanted in that regard. Perhaps her new account should be disabled?

Yep, apparently we all have to agree with her (or respond with kid gloves for her feelings), and the fact that all she does is respond with CAPS and sarcasm suggests she really doesn't want to hear anything anyway. I would expect this from a 20 year old, not a 45 year old. Oh well. I don't recall calling her names, I was just blunt about what's going on. She asked what we thought was going on. If you don't want to hear what people have to say don't post a question.
^Exactly.
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Old 12-29-2011, 01:31 PM
 
Location: Earth Wanderer, longing for the stars.
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Posters should be reported because they didn't agree with her or had a different POV in some cases? I think that's a little overboard, especially given the fact all she wanted was for everyone to agree with her. If you look back at some of her responses, all she does is argue, use sarcasm, a lot of CAPS. When someone posts on a controversial topic, they should expect a lot of different POV's in response. If she can't take that on board, why bother posting? Adultery is a topic that will get people riled up in a lot of ways and so she got what she wanted in that regard. Perhaps her new account should be disabled?

Yep, apparently we all have to agree with her (or respond with kid gloves for her feelings), and the fact that all she does is respond with CAPS and sarcasm suggests she really doesn't want to hear anything anyway. I would expect this from a 20 year old, not a 45 year old. Oh well. I don't recall calling her names, I was just blunt about what's going on. She asked what we thought was going on. If you don't want to hear what people have to say don't post a question.
What really got me is that she, from her initial post, did not get the support she wanted so she decided to embellish her post with more information, like she has herpes and does not use protection.

What the heck?

Who would believe her after that? The story gets more elaborate and more telling of her mental state as she moves along.
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Old 12-29-2011, 01:45 PM
 
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I just found it odd that was it that he did not make a formal complaint when he was with his wife THATS ALL THE END GOOD BYE

And in response to your original question: He didn't file a complaint because he wants the opportunity to continue banging you, which you're obviously going to give him. That's all. The end. Good bye.
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Old 12-29-2011, 02:11 PM
 
Location: USA
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I recently got involved with a married man who told me that he was legally divorced, only to find out that he was lying and not even seperated. I contacted his wife to let her know about the emails, phone calls, gifts and nude photos he had been sending me...and I called her with out being hostile and rude. Well turns out that she went to the police with him and she filed a report but he did not. The Police called me telling me ONLY she filed the complaint and he was with her but did not file one against me. ......... All I did was tell her what he was doing. I dont understand this. I left him and cut him off. I was not mean to her and I dont understand why is it that she only filed a compliant an he went with her and did not. I dont understand it and the detective that called me said he was also confused and found it odd that he did not file a complaint....

I am hurt that they would file a complaint and I JUST got over him and then this was like a extra smack in the face.

I am wondering maybe he did not want to file a complaint jointly is because he wants to communicate with me. .

Your feed back is appreciated.

Telling his wife about what he did was your way of avenging yourself. Whenever you do vengeance, expect a pay back. It's the way it works.

It was not nice of you to tell his wife. All it accomplished is hurt her feelings.
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