Does anyone think that it’s wrong to “Take him for everything he has” during a divorce?

Question by Sweetpea has two boys: Does anyone think that it’s wrong to “Take him for everything he has” during a divorce?
I’ve noticed a lot of people in divorces, women especially, just rape their husbands with alimony, child support, everything they can get, leaving the man with just a cardboard box of torn photographs and 2,000 buck a month to hand over to woman who doesn’t love him anymore. Does anyone else think this is wrong? I mean, yeah, he needs to help with the kids, but, geez, the divorcee has to live to!
Also, I’m not the one getting divorced. My father in law is. and she’s trying to screw him/.

Best answer:

Answer by LeeH
Yes I agree.
Except when the torn photographs that he’s left holding are pornographic shots of all the other women he was screwing during the marriage. He should have thought about that when he was taking those..

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I think its smart for women and men (especially wealthy) to not let there lover be a SAHM’s? here’s why…?

Question by G Walk: I think its smart for women and men (especially wealthy) to not let there lover be a SAHM’s? here’s why…?
Both parents get equal time with the kids. It’ll give relief and support money wise and raise baby wise. Women get to keep there career they fought hard for. Men work less so he can see/hang with family more. Both income of the parent can easily get babysitter (when they want to go on a date)and or daycare for the baby. The kid will develop friends and social skills quicker. When in school the kid can go to after school daycare and or tutoring after school. Retirement will come quicker and there will be more money. Less pressure for mom to be Mrs. Clean raise baby and Cook it up lady,because men should equally help since they both had a long day at WORK. Men only pay child support in divorce. Women still has a career after divorce. More vacations. More support less reliability. Parents take turns after work to take child to after activities. Married Women and Men get to have more time to chill with buddies. men dont feel a little left out in raising their kid . What do you think ?
Just make sure your kid goes to a good school and daycare . The kid will be fine. Just raise them with good values
If one spouses is a low earn should both be working? Why is SAHM even the conversation. If yall both make good money than you can afford daycare for 2 yrs or whatever until they can go to school.

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Answer by Tracey
That’s all very fine if both partners are professionals and high-earners.

I pay $ 15,000 per year in daycare for one child. For two children, it would probably be in excess of $ 25,000 to $ 30,000. If one of the parents is a low earner (no college education, for example), it doesn’t make any sense to pay out this kind of money for child care when he or she could be staying home with the child.

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What do single women (never married & divorced) think of dating divorced men?

Question by Help Me: What do single women (never married & divorced) think of dating divorced men?
Probably depends on circumstance. Mine is that the wife cheated. When she lost her job, she got lured into the social world of online video games, chatting, texting and webcamming (not G rated btw) and turned into a real thing.

I’m newly divorced. I’m taking a positive side of things of the relationship. There were both bad and good from it – I learned and I’m going to do it better next time around. I haven’t started dating, but I personally don’t mind dating an unmarried or divorce woman. I’m not sure about getting into a relationship with a “ready-made” family, but I have yet to date someone with children. I’m open to it though. I’m also fairly young at 31 and have no children, so I don’t have too many strikes against me. It’s just terrifying going back being single after being in a committed relationship for 6+ years. Also considering all my friends are married and are having there first child already or on the way. So I’m pretty much out there alone.

Just getting a some opinions. Maybe it’ll help me cope a bit and move on. I’m trying to go out every weekend so I don’t turn into a depressed “recluse.” Yeah, it sucks. Its hard trying to get life back on track after a divorce.

Best answer:

Answer by Cyndi M
I KNOW I WOULDNT

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What race you think has more beautiful women and men?

Question by EstEfani D: What race you think has more beautiful women and men?
Me I think
Middle Eastern/india
Hispanics/latinos
greek
Polynesian
italian/european
white
iranian/other near
black/African
puerto ricans
Japanese
mexican
native american
German
Irish
Filipinos
Russian
Korean

Me I live in united states my mother is from el salvador. I know I didn’t put every single one. lol

Best answer:

Answer by Joe
Hispanic/Latinos and Italians

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Do you think that people who date online are losers?

Question by The rush is worth the price: Do you think that people who date online are losers?
My family and friends frown upon it and it makes it embarrassing for me…I hate doing it in secret because this brings more shame to doing it. once I got into a huge fight with a friend and she said something like ‘at least i don’t have to go online looking for love’…I think she said it more harshly but I can’t quite remember the exact words.

I really don’t have other ways to meet people… not really!

Best answer:

Answer by BIKER DUDE
I see nothing wrong with it. I have met and dated a few people that I have met online. I think it is way better than hanging around a bar or club trying to hook up with people that sleep around all the time. At least with the online stuff you can have a general idea of what type of person that your going out with in advance.

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What do you think of my online dating profile ads?

Question by Hammy The great: What do you think of my online dating profile ads?
Critic? Be honest please,
What is lacking/ what should I add more?
Thank you
Absolutely 10pts
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Hey I’m 25 yo gay man and right now I’m a post graduate from Technical College working as a freelance graphic designer artist.
I’m looking for independent relationship with a guy who understand his personal boundary and my personal boundary, who respect each other privacy and territory and willing to merge our world by consideration and mutual understanding, not a rule.
relationship is not about excessive sex. I have high sex drive, lets pour it out in our honeymoon period, I can be the raunchiest, sweetest yet safest guy you ever known, who knows your turn on and I will taking care of your territory carefully. When the honeymoon period is over, we are back to reality or our mundane business and I hope you don’t have problem in that transition.
You love me like I love you and we are together.. bond in trust. We connect telepathically and I trust you not to do any harm based on my instinct. I don’t have to do silly investigation job like a loony. I will talk to you directly when I feel something wrong. There is no secret swept under the rug.

When I love you, doesn’t mean I possess you. You are free to enjoying your life to the full extend, you are free to pursue your life path. However, DO NOT INCLUDE me when you have legal problem or law problem. It’s a deal-breaker there. Money can be granted as a gift and generosity, not a full liability.I won’t help you when you go downhill, it’s all by your responsibility. Yet, I will be available for the best emotional support, solution and caring that I can give when you are in the bad situation.

I have my own code of conduct but it doesn’t mean I’m a tight ass but if I can prefer what kind of lifestyle that I want with my guy; I want us to be simple minded,humble, down to earth and sensible. We hardly waste things and we are living under harmonious budget. Of course the opposite of that is to become greedy and excessive, something I always avoid.Oh! And if you are a carpenter, that is a plus. 😉 +++
I’m looking for a long term partner, a guy who love me to the length of time because I know that I can do the same way.
I want to cultivate my quality for the special someone because
2 is better than one. I promise not the leave you away from your side when you frail and old. If you follow through..
Until the end of time.

Best answer:

Answer by rob z
Desperate and a little conceded

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Dating vintage photos at Who Do You Think You Are? Live 2011

Dating vintage photos at Who Do You Think You Are? Live 2011
dating
Image by whatsthatpicture
I teamed up this year with Maureen Taylor, America’s own "Photo Detective", to provide a family photo dating service (Maureen is a knowledgeable costume historian). We also put on a display showing a timeline of photos from the 1850s through to c. 1920 taking selected dated images from our personal collections that we felt best represented fashions and photographic styles.

Photos Through the Ages is something we’re just launching, using Flickr to gather together dated family photographs to act as a definitive reference source. All images are displayed on an interactive timeline over on my What’s that Picture? site.

If you have dated family photos from the past then head on over to the group, join up and add them – www.flickr.com/groups/photos-through-the-ages/

If you want to explore the timeline and watch it evolve, check out www.whatsthatpicture.com/photos-through-the-ages

What do women in the Philippines think about dating an American born Filipino Men?

Question by g-money: What do women in the Philippines think about dating an American born Filipino Men?
What do women in the Philippines think about dating an American born Filipino Men?

I’ve heard that women in the Philippines like American men but what about the ones that are Filipino. I think that they would like us because we are Americanized, but at the same time have the same cultural values. But is it difficult to relate to another Filipino who doesn’t even know how to speak tagalog?

Anyways, what do women in the Philippines think about dating an American born Filipino?

Best answer:

Answer by barrio lass, a beach belle!
I think dating has nothing to do with race.

Half-pinoys or not, you go with someone you like. Not because of their nationality or race but because you like them, you want to know them better and you enjoy being with them.

As for tagalog, one can eventually learn and most Filipinos anyway, knows how to speak English, so, languange is not really a barrier.

good luck!

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Listen, Ari, we’ve been a great comedy team for 32 years. But I think we need to come up with some new jokes that will appeal to this … this Facebook generation, whatever that is.

Listen, Ari, we’ve been a great comedy team for 32 years. But I think we need to come up with some new jokes that will appeal to this … this Facebook generation, whatever that is.
single men in new york
Image by Ed Yourdon
Note: this photo was published in an Jun 6, 2011 issue of Everyblock NYC zipcodes blog titled "10023."

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This is a continuation of Flickr sets that I created in 2010 (shown here), 2009 (shown here), and 2008 (shown here) — which, collectively, illustrate a variety of scenes and people in the small "pocket park" known as Verdi Square, located at 72nd Street and Broadway in New York City’s Upper West Side, right by the 72nd St. IRT subway station.

I typically visit a local gym once or twice a week, and I get there by taking the downtown IRT express from my home (at 96th Street) down to the 72nd Street stop. Whenever possible, I try to schedule an extra 30-60 minutes to sit quietly on one of the park benches, and just watch the flow of people coming in and out of the park — sometimes just passing through, to get from 72nd Street up to 73rd Street, but mostly entering or exiting the subway station.

You see all kinds of people here: students, bums, tourists, office workers, homeless people, retired people, babysitters, children, soldiers, sanitation workers, lovers, friends, dogs, cats, pigeons, and a few things that simply defy description. Sometimes you see the same people over and over again; sometimes they follow a regular pattern at a particular time of the day.

If I focus on the people entering the park at 73rd Street, and walking southwards toward the subway entrance, I typically have five or ten seconds to (a) decide if they’re sufficiently interesting to bother photographing,(b) wait for them to get in a position where I can get a clear shot of them, and (c) focus my camera on them and take several shots, in the hope that at least one or two of them will be well-focused and really interesting.

While you might get the impression that I photograph every single person who moves through this park, it’s actually just the opposite: the vast majority of people that I see here are just not all that interesting. (It’s not that they’re ugly, it’s just that there’s nothing interesting, memorable, or distinctive about them.) Even so, I might well take, say, 200 shots in the space of an hour. But some of them are repetitive or redundant, and others are blurred or out-of-focus, or technically defective in some other way. Of the ones that survive this kind of scrutiny, many turn out to be well-focused, nicely-composed, but … well … just "okay". I’ll keep them on my computer, just in case, but I don’t bother uploading them.

Typically, only about 5-10% of the photos I’ve taken get uploaded to Flickr — e.g., about 10 photos from a one-hour session in which a thousand, or more, people have walked past me. There are some exceptions to this rule of thumb, as was the case with this particular set — but nevertheless, what you’re seeing it is indeed only a tiny, tiny subset of the "real" street scene in New York City. On the other hand, it is reassuring to see that there are at least a few "interesting" people in a city that often has a reputation of being mean, cold, and heartless…v