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Offline BroadcastHoney

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« Reply #45 on: March 31, 2019, 10:53:51 PM »
Wait... you're saying there was a mugshot? As in an arrest? For domestic violence?

No way. I do not believe you


Yeah...

His wife was restrained... obviously she wanted to kill poofer...

She's South American... they're known for their hot tempers.



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« Reply #46 on: March 31, 2019, 10:56:06 PM »
Sadly, it does come to that on many an occasion. People develop personas which they cannot disassociate from their real self and begin to feel very uncomfortable when that persona begins to look like a fool in their eyes.

Not realizing of course, that most mature people view BOTH combatants in any flame war as foolish. Foolish as it is, there's a certain amount of harmless fun and sometimes a really good jab is thrown here and there. And that's what I'm in this for.

To that end, although I know many guilty of the same. Even in the ranks of our roster, but I will judge persons solely by what they do here without any prejudice for past sins committed on other boards. Even the most prolific PI peddler can enjoy a place in our ranks. As long as his/her PI posting remains off our board.

It's frightening to give those kind of people any trust at all. Just saying.   I don't blame people for having an internet presence.  It's common.

I blame people that ferret it out to harm others.  You have to be a complete sociopath. 
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Re: Friends of FlameTown
« Reply #47 on: March 31, 2019, 10:56:21 PM »
The thing is as sypathizers when we hear of someones death, it hurts, but we can turn it off and go about  our business... but that sort of close deathpain when it hapens to you personally, doesn't turn off for a long, long time. You only really get the meaning of true love when you lose your most precious possessions, your children. There is a moral though and an important one. Do not miss one second of life away from your kids... If they want to play a game, go play it with them... If they want your time at anything (doing anything), drop what you're doing and give it to them. That is the sought of thing that matters most in the end.


true love has nothing to do with romance.


everthing other than true love is vanity...
Trust me Caskur, my sons are 18 and 16 today, and what I would not give to go back to the yesteryears and have the incredible amount of fun we had together.

I truly miss the little them..

Yours is a very sad story. One that I wish I had the power to completely erase. Not only for you, but for anyone who has suffered or is suffering in a similar circumstance.

I'm hopeful that you take some kind of solace believing you will see him again one day.

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Re: Friends of FlameTown
« Reply #48 on: March 31, 2019, 10:58:06 PM »
It's frightening to give those kind of people any trust at all. Just saying. 
Trying to travel what more often than not tends to be a dangerous path does become tedious. No doubt there. But it's difficult to punish someone for a crime they have not committed. Yet.

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« Reply #49 on: March 31, 2019, 11:00:03 PM »
16 and 18 is the perfect time to get involved and their most dangerous years... You have to be their best buddy. You'll navigate that yourself though.







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Re: Friends of FlameTown
« Reply #50 on: March 31, 2019, 11:02:17 PM »
16 and 18 is the perfect time to get involved and their most dangerous years... You have to be their best buddy. You'll navigate that yourself though.
I'm all in involved. Trust.

We just finished watching a movie together earlier and I'm waste deep in all their activities. My older boy is into rapping so I turned one of the rooms in our home into a studio and got him all the equipment and programs he needs to walk that path.

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« Reply #51 on: March 31, 2019, 11:14:32 PM »
I'm all in involved. Trust.

We just finished watching a movie together earlier and I'm waste deep in all their activities. My older boy is into rapping so I turned one of the rooms in our home into a studio and got him all the equipment and programs he needs to walk that path.

That's good. The arts be that music, acting, visual arts is the most satifying life you can lead.

What about your 16 yr old?

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« Reply #52 on: March 31, 2019, 11:26:32 PM »
That's good. The arts be that music, acting, visual arts is the most satifying life you can lead.

What about your 16 yr old?
Football and a wide variety of other sports

He's into lacrosse now and has a girl friend going on 2 years. She's a really good kid. I'm very hopeful for them

This is a picture taken out of the local newpaper featuring his standing on the local football team for our town


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Re: Friends of FlameTown
« Reply #53 on: March 31, 2019, 11:29:45 PM »

Yeah...

His wife was restrained... obviously she wanted to kill poofer...
Oh wait... he was the one who took out the restraining order on her?


Offline BroadcastHoney

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« Reply #54 on: March 31, 2019, 11:43:25 PM »
Oh wait... he was the one who took out the restraining order on her?


Yes.

I bet he was unfaithful to her. That's the usual  way it goes when wives suddenly turn into Mike Tysons.



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« Reply #55 on: March 31, 2019, 11:47:38 PM »
Football and a wide variety of other sports

He's into lacrosse now and has a girl friend going on 2 years. She's a really good kid. I'm very hopeful for them

This is a picture taken out of the local newpaper featuring his standing on the local football team for our town



I used to play women's larcross when I was 14... then one of my eye sockets caught a ball. That was rather interesting.

Your son is a very handsome kid.


Give him something to work for... Tell him you'll be taking him on a New Zealand tour for his 18th birthday.  ...

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Re: Friends of FlameTown
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