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Am weary of going on this journey alone. I again submit, that if this turns out to be be a BITR, that the courts will be back-logged for the next ten years.The spouses who did not support their counter spouses concern, should be toast, according to Paul. Can only guess, there will be a "back wash" of this all. We have come face to face. with those around us, who have no instict for for commom sense. Gonna boot his weasely butt back to his job, his golf. This Gal is going to be leading the stampeed, to the Divorce Court. Call Me Thunder Thighs
-- Head of Stampede (Thunder Thighs@realtime.com), November 18, 1999
Jeeeeeeessuuus Christmas! If you have thunder thighs he should never have married you, or should have divorced you a loooooong time ago. I pity da fool!
-- David Hasslehoff (email@example.com), November 19, 1999.
ROTFLMAO! So to speak.
-- Bringing up the Rear (Lard Butt@realtime.com), November 19, 1999.
It looks like Friday at the forum already ........
-- SH (Squirrl@Huntr.com), November 19, 1999.
buffalo butts around the outside, round the outside, round the outside... swing your partner, round the outside, round the outside...
-- Bertha (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 19, 1999.
Judge not lest ye be judged.
-- TyphonBlue (email@example.com), November 19, 1999.
Dang! Where's the King of Spain when you need him?!!!
-- Jay Urban (Jayho99@aol.com), November 19, 1999.
HEY!!!! THUNDER THIGHS CAN BE A GOOD THING. that used to be my CB handle when I was a cheerleader. So, Head of Stampede -- were you a cheerleader or ice skater?
-- tt (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 19, 1999.
Some guys like big girls. I am 6-3 275 and I enjoy an armful of exciting woman.
-- Vlad (Strelok60@yahoo.com), November 19, 1999.
Don't divorce him over this. It's part of the human condition. Doug Carmichael expressed it best in my view a few weeks ago as follows:
"The risk for a corporate or government leader being wrong about y2k is much higher if they push y2k and it turns out to be just a bump, than if they neglect y2k and it turns out to be very significant and full of difficult consequences. In the first case they will be hanging and twisting in the wind, while in the second just have lots of company in shared misery."
So those of us who are preparing are accepting the risk of ridicule for safety of insurance. Those who are not are betting on the comfort of the herd. Your husband is acting like the vast majority.
-- ng (email@example.com), November 19, 1999.
Head of Stampede (Thunder Thighs@realtime.com),
When we turn into Post-Toasties, you will be viewed as the paragon of pulchritude in your Rubenesque form.
Is anyone else feeling a twinge of Cellulite Envy?
Or is it just a touch of that Pre Millenial Syndrome?
-- flora (***@__._), November 19, 1999.
Relax. By the time the cooling-off period elapses (60 days after you first file for divorce) it will all be clear to him.
Whether it's a BITR or catastrophe, he'll come around to what you were trying to insure yourself and family against in about 50 days.
-- lisa (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 19, 1999.
"Dang! Where's the King of Spain when you need him?!!!"
I doubt that even the King would want to touch this one with a ten foot pole. She'd get him in a scissors grip and it'd be all over!
-- Hawk (email@example.com), November 19, 1999.
I'm amazed you regulars didn't recognize this one as a troll.
-- preparing (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 19, 1999.
Why label me "troll"? Jusy trying to interject some humor, while one labors with those around me who are DITH's or DGIT's?
-- Head of Stampede (Thunder Thighs @realtime.com), November 20, 1999.