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Old 01-07-2011, 07:20   #31
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Re: decommissioning fees--man vs woman.

My understanding of the divorce thing is the one who files first has the upper hand in the proceedings, when I had enough I just left with what I could get into my truck. He got the house and new truck; luckily we didnít have many bills.
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Old 01-07-2011, 07:56   #32
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I was told when you get divorced you should make a pile of everything you own, divide it in half, give one half to your lawyer and the other to your ex. Certainly matched my experience. OTOH divorce is so expensive because it is worth it.
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Old 01-07-2011, 08:21   #33
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I've sen so many nasty marriages go to court and destroy people that it was never an option for me. Learned from your family and friends! If i ever find a cash cow though, I will be sure to take care of all my ex-girlfriends for being so nice to me.
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Old 01-07-2011, 08:23   #34
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smb--i feel bad for my brother-- first we tried to kill him when i was 4 and he was 6 months , now he has the ex wife from hell-- she is as bad as my 2 ex husbands put together, almost.....

we is me n my 1 yr younger brother, who always did what i sed to do ...LOL>...
Crazy zeezee. makin bruther do things!

thought though you learned the first marriage around! 2 hubbies from hell is TOO MUCH!!!
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Old 01-07-2011, 08:33   #35
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I've been trying to get my wife to divorce me for years but she just keeps me around for some reason known only to her. After 28 yrs you'd think she would have figured out I'm never going to be rich and won't get any better looking. I don't own anything other than my tools, an old pickup truck and a small old sailboat and she makes lots more money than me. Just another of the mysteries of women..........m
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Old 01-07-2011, 08:48   #36
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" When she was good she was very good but when she was was bad she was awful"
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Old 01-07-2011, 08:54   #37
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cantxsailor - its because you have a PSC. NO woman in her right mind would leave a man who has a PSC because there's nothing better out there.
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Old 01-07-2011, 09:00   #38
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We have a saying-local girls are good housekeepers,after divorce they all kept the house.
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I've allways found women a little like hurricanes.... wet and windy when the come and when they eventualy leave they take your house your car your boat etc etc.............................
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Old 01-07-2011, 09:28   #40
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Re: decommissioning fees--man vs woman.

what amazes me is how many divorcees are floating on expensive boats out there. How did they retain the money?
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Unlike hurricanes though, an ex can haunt you for ever.
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Old 01-07-2011, 09:30   #42
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Re: decommissioning fees--man vs woman.

This thread must inevitably lead to another thread about the commissioning costs of men vs women.
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Old 01-07-2011, 09:32   #43
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Unlike hurricanes though, an ex can haunt you for ever.
Don't be so sure of that. I don't think Louisiana will EVER get rid of the Katrina cottages and the folks that just >will not< leave them.

Also, we can't watch the NFL on TV without at least once per Saints game, the announcers mentioning Katrina. Its like they just cannot do it. Same with newscasters that run any story on NOLA.

So you see, it might be possible for a hurricane to haunt you forever.
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each time man has become a pita and dispo'd but not without much horrendous price---like everything i owned. .....


eeeeps----kinda backasswards, isnt it-- i thunk we got over that property bs a bit of time ago.....







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Old 01-07-2011, 11:47   #45
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"Alienation of affection claims evolved from common law, which considered women property of their husbands. The reasoning was if another man was accused of stealing his "property," a husband could sue him for damages, notes Lee Rosen of the Rosen Law Firm of Raleigh, N.C."
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