To: bannie; RobRoy
I think a civil discussion would be possible if we limited participants and tried to keep the rhetoric down.
posted on 01/15/2007 3:35:17 PM PST
Heh, heh. I agree. But it is pretty limited here. That is why it is relatively civil.
posted on 01/15/2007 3:40:33 PM PST
(Islam is a greater threat to the world today than Nazism was in 1938.)
Maybe if the custodial parent kept receipts and showed them to the non-custodial parent.
I'm not being silly here--I mean it.
I don't know about the rest of you; but I've looked back some months and asked myself where in the heck all of the money went--someone else must have spent some of it!
If both parents could look at who contributed what, it might sooth some flaming feelings. Each parent might be more impressed with the contributions of the other.
posted on 01/15/2007 3:41:40 PM PST
I think a civil discussion would be possible if we limited participants and tried to keep the rhetoric down...
I think it's simple. There are bad players of both genders; no reasonable person can deny that.
I think it's irrefutable that the legal system gives women a club to use against their ex-husbands...and society encourages them to use it.
Indirectly, it means there will be more guys with vasectomies, and fewer willing to commit to marriage. No sane man would want any part of that, because the risk is too big...
Of course, then there are people who say he's being irressponsible for not being winning to take the chance. The lesson, I guess, is that you shouldn't pay a lot of attention to ignorant people.
posted on 01/15/2007 4:44:07 PM PST
(Irony is not one of Islam's core competencies (thx Pharmboy))
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