Time to Hate Women for a minute?

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BudwickBozette
Time to Hate Women for a minute?

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It's a good thing I do not judge ALL women by the actions of some Women, for if I did, that would make me an 1st rate ****

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Boy, this is a tough one. I see both sides. If I was disabled at an early age, would I want someone to give up their life to be my full time caregiver? Some people can, and some people can't. I think I'd rather have the person leave me and move on (if it got to that point) than grow to hate and resent me down the road.

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JustJimColo JustJimColo

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In response to “what a fukin ****...

Wow! The C word.

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SynysterGates SynysterGates

In response to “Wow! The C word.

Absolutely, I always choose my words carefully before I speak them but this time I'm saying it as I see it... I am passionate about what I do for a living, and that man protected his woman and that saved her from any harm being done, if it wasn't for her husband protecting her she would be where he is at or even worse dead...the words for better or for worse, sickness and in health come to mind.. I see her as failing her husband by walking out on him. We don't get to choose how our lives will be but when you pick someone to be with them stick by their side through thick or thin. I've seen and have heard about to many selfish people and it makes me sick....This hits a bit to close to home for me, I know of both sides to a situation such as this....Guess that makes me different on how I see things

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symplycurious symplycurious

In response to “Absolutely, I always choose my words...

I agree, tragedy can hit anyone, anytime. Giving up on someone isn't an option.

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SynysterGates SynysterGates

In response to “I agree, tragedy can hit anyone, anytime...

It's something that would never cross my mind,

I don't use that word very often...only when needed and this time it was needed...

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symplycurious symplycurious

In response to “It's something that would never cross my...

That's okay, there are times when that word is appropriate.

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SynysterGates SynysterGates

In response to “That's okay, there are times when that word...

I betcha I could use it a few more times on here in reference (hehe)

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symplycurious symplycurious

In response to “I betcha I could use it a few more times on...

Oh no question about that ... I will agree with the chosen ones. (hehe)

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SynysterGates SynysterGates

In response to “Oh no question about that ... I will agree...

doesn't take a rocket scientist (hehe)

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symplycurious symplycurious

In response to “doesn't take a rocket scientist (hehe)

Nope, just a regular everyday ****. (hehe)

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SynysterGates SynysterGates

In response to “Nope, just a regular everyday ****. (hehe)

there's an **** in every bunch (hehe)

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symplycurious symplycurious

In response to “there's an **** in every bunch (hehe)

yeah but it takes some skill to be #1 (maniac)

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SynysterGates SynysterGates

In response to “what a fukin ****...

Low Life

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hootowl hootowl

In response to “Low Life

I hope that's not in reference to me

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symplycurious symplycurious

In response to “I hope that's not in reference to me

Yes,it was.You said,those words.

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hootowl hootowl

In response to “Yes,it was.You said,those words.

fuk off you fukin fuk...and I'm sure you wont like these words either...

C....Can't
U....Understand
N....Normal
T....Thinking

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symplycurious symplycurious

In response to “fuk off you fukin fuk...and I'm sure you wont...

You are no lady.I guess you think it's cute.

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hootowl hootowl

In response to “You are no lady.I guess you think it's cute.

there isn't anything you can say that's going to hurt my feelings that I haven't heard before...take your butt hurt somewhere else...not my problem that you didn't like my opinion....one should never assume you know what that does..

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symplycurious symplycurious

In response to “there isn't anything you can say that's going...

I don't care about your opinion.
It's your filthy mouth.

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hootowl hootowl

In response to “I don't care about your opinion. It's your...

I don't care what you say to me and if you don't like it then perhaps you shouldn't read what I put and comment on it...I change for no one, and if I really fukin piss u off you can just block me and if u don't it's not my fukin problem now is it...

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symplycurious symplycurious

time to fix such stinking thinking



looks to me like more then one person called in

my troubles don't seem so heavy now

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Neanderthal_Momdoer Neanderthal_Momdoer OP

That hits a bit too close to home for me to comment to her statement. To yours, CF...hate her enough for me, too, please.

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Bozette Bozette

In response to “That hits a bit too close to home for me to...

that burst is over, she old news now

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Neanderthal_Momdoer Neanderthal_Momdoer OP

Sorry, but everyone gets frustrated in a situation like hers, nobody is a saint 24/7.

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dru18 dru18

In response to “Sorry, but everyone gets frustrated in a...

of course they do
that's not the point
let's try this

there was a blind girl who's boyfriend thought of her as God's best work in all world
he asked her to marry him
she touched his face, feeling everything
she responded,, I cannot see you going through life as handsome as my hands tell me you are. No I will not marry you

a few weeks had passed. then she got a phone call from a doctor telling her they found a donor, she will be able to see again. she had the operation, she marveled at looking at everything. She called her boyfriend, so excited she to see him finally
He came in smiling, , bumped into the couch,
she blurted out OMGI cannot marry a blind Man, for he will never see my beauty.
He turned to leave... got to the door then said
take care of your eyes my love
before they were yours
they were mine
he gently closed the door.....

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Neanderthal_Momdoer Neanderthal_Momdoer OP

In response to “Sorry, but everyone gets frustrated in a...

This has nothing to do about being a "Saint"
Sorry doesn't cut it when your selfish

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symplycurious symplycurious

In response to “This has nothing to do about being a...

Sorry, but I agree with Jim, not everyone can deal with such a life changer.

If I truly loved her, and knew she felt that way, I would rather she moved on.

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dru18 dru18

In response to “Sorry, but I agree with Jim, not everyone can...

That's where you and I disagree and that's fine...agree to disagree

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symplycurious symplycurious

In response to “That's where you and I disagree and that's...

Agree, except this isn't an opinion over politics. Neither you or I are in a position to know what others can or can't do.

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dru18 dru18

In response to “Agree, except this isn't an opinion over...

your fine with agreeing but when someone challenges you thats where you want to argue...like I said to you before Your are boring me with trying to argue..yaknow dru you remind me of my ex he liked to argue too..I don't argue with stupid people It's BORING!!

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symplycurious symplycurious

In response to “your fine with agreeing but when someone...

Wrong post, dipstick, so it's really not working too well.

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dru18 dru18

In response to “Sorry, but I agree with Jim, not everyone can...

I think it's just a rant, not a plan.

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xather xather

Boy, this is a tough one. I see both sides. If I was disabled at an early age, would I want someone to give up their life to be my full time caregiver? Some people can, and some people can't. I think I'd rather have the person leave me and move on (if it got to that point) than grow to hate and resent me down the road.

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JustJimColo JustJimColo

In response to “Boy, this is a tough one. I see both sides...

I'm of the same mind in all you've posted.

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PartyOfOne PartyOfOne

In response to “Boy, this is a tough one. I see both sides...

I understand what you and Po1 are saying here, Jim. It's a horrible situation to find oneself in, from either side. Life sometimes is. It's hard too, to judge others - honestly...at any rate - not having walked in their shoes.

But that young man did not have a trial period to see if he could hang with the consequences of his actions. He will live with them for life, with or without her. And no, life wouldn't be good for him if she stayed and came to resent every moment with him and everything she did for him. But he acted out of a love the likes that I think few today understand or ever really feel. And that's sad, to my mind.

There was, is, a reason for those ominous words in the traditional wedding vows. "...for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health...till death do us part..." It is supposed to make one pause before embarking on that journey, because we never know where it will lead...and it is a warning that it may be a difficult journey, there may be hardships ahead...and it asks the questions, "Can you hang? Is this person someone you will struggle with? For? Live for? Die for? Sacrifice for?" Perhaps that is why many forego the traditional vows today.

My shoes are worn and scuffed...and that is JMHO

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Bozette Bozette

In response to “I understand what you and Po1 are saying...

I'm just glad I never had to made that decision like that Boz. I couldn't imagine being around 22 years old and realizing I could never be held by my partner, could never do the outdoors things couples do, never experience intimacy again, never have children, etc etc. We all "hope" we could be that kind of partner but it's like you said, we've never walked in those shoes.

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JustJimColo JustJimColo

In response to “I'm just glad I never had to made that...

I guess that's my point, Jim...that decision was made for me at the moment I said" yes".

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Bozette Bozette

In response to “Boy, this is a tough one. I see both sides...

Being a Caregiver what I am seeing is this woman is being extremely selfish

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symplycurious symplycurious

In response to “Boy, this is a tough one. I see both sides...

there was an Elder indian on his death bed
he had 2 older children, an he an his wife was blessed with a far younger child, a sickly child
with his wife at his side,he called to his children
3 times he had them promise to watch out for their younger brother, 3 times they promised with their mother as witness.
the Man died happy, knowing his youngest would be taken care of. a few years later, the mother died.
now just the 2oldest children were talking about their promise to their father
the son was restless, he wanted to meet girls in another village, perhaps marry and have his family
the sister begged an begged but the brother packed his thing an left.

for years the girl made sure the youngest was fed goodfood, stay warm in the long winter, taught him things he do with little help. then one day she got angry, real angry
I want to know what the other villages are like, I might even find a husband tomarry. an with that
she began to pile food an blankets where he little brother
was, she told him, you stay here, I'll be back in a few hours
she never returned, she found the village life was the life for her. something happened, she started to feel remorse, she went back to where the young brother was left. He was gone. She spotted her older brother by the river, she ran up to him explaining how bad she felt. He to felt ashamed for going back on their word they gave to their father
they spotted the youngest, they called to him
he only smiled an howled then took off
he was found by wolves, he was raised by the wolves
he was slowely becoming a Wolf

I was told that story as a kid
I was told many stories that have lessons hidden inside

the lesson is selfishness

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Neanderthal_Momdoer Neanderthal_Momdoer OP

Maybe just a vent and not an action.

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xather xather

As bad as a move this is I get her, it's not an easy thing to do and she is getting dragged down just like him, guessing she wants to live and caring for her disabled husband is not letting her do that. It's a dilemma, be a saint but destroy your life or be an **** but get your life back.

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Sunny_the_skeptic Sunny_the_skeptic

In response to “As bad as a move this is I get her, it's not...

God dude!
listen up an pay attention
heyman, this cross I got, it's heavy , it's really heavy
ok then, tell you what
see that door over there go in an pick what ever cross you want.
in he went, sat his cross down
he seen tall crosses , short crosses,fat ones an skinny ones
pretty ones an ugly ones. finally he yells out
God dude! I'll take this one, an off he went

God smiled
for it was the same cross he went inside with

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Neanderthal_Momdoer Neanderthal_Momdoer OP

I don't like this woman.
I don't have respect for this woman.
If she has an ounce of humanity, she will regret her selfish decision and be guilt ridden the rest of her days.

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Budwick Budwick

In response to “I don't like this woman. I don't have respect...

Why should she be guilt ridden for being human?

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dru18 dru18

In response to “Why should she be guilt ridden for being human?

No, for abandoning her husband in HIS time of need.

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Budwick Budwick

In response to “No, for abandoning her husband in HIS time of...

Sorry, but as Jim said above, not everyone is cut out to be a caregiver for the rest of their life.

And if she truly feels that way then it is better for 'both' of them if she moves on.

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dru18 dru18

In response to “Sorry, but as Jim said above, not everyone is...

So, marriage vows aren't so much of a promise or commitment, but more like meaningless stuff people say?

IMO - If you don't mean it - don't say it.

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Budwick Budwick

In response to “So, marriage vows aren't so much of a promise...

Vows are very important, but they don't always translate to real life.

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dru18 dru18

In response to “Vows are very important, but they don't...

I understand. All I'm saying is that if you can't keep a commitment, don't MAKE the commitment.

A 'commitment' you can turn your back on at will is not a commitment at all.

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Budwick Budwick

In response to “I understand. All I'm saying is that if you...

As if anybody can see their life 10-40 years down the road.

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dru18 dru18

In response to “As if anybody can see their life 10-40 years...

Of course no one can do that.

If making and keeping commitments was easy, it wouldn't be considered a virtue.

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Budwick Budwick

In response to “Of course no one can do that. If making and...

Or viewed with such self-righteous indignity.

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dru18 dru18

In response to “Or viewed with such self-righteous indignity.

You're right Dru - I'm a total **** for believing that keeping commitments is a virtuous thing. I should follow the unfaithful crowd and make empty promises. Thanks for showing me the way! I will send you a check for $150 to express my gratitude - I promise!

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Budwick Budwick

In response to “You're right Dru - I'm a total **** for...

No, you're an **** (your words) for being an adult that lectures another adult.

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dru18 dru18

In response to “No, you're an **** (your words) for being an...

Well, you can still count on that check! I mean I've made a commitment! And you know what that means!?
Maybe I will and maybe I won't!

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Budwick Budwick

In response to “I don't like this woman. I don't have respect...

When I was quite ill in the hospital, I didn't think I was coming home. I made a list of ladies I thought would be good for him to marry. I did not want him to sacrifice his days taking care of me. I felt he would resent taking care of me. The last thing any of us wants is to be a burden. Fortunately it never came to that. However I felt better giving him a choice. Not all of are cut out for caring for others. Sometimes it's better if that person leaves.

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BarbOBarr BarbOBarr

In response to “When I was quite ill in the hospital, I...

Well said, Barb.

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dru18 dru18

In response to “When I was quite ill in the hospital, I...

You shared your thoughts and feelings, gave him an escape hatch.

The woman in the story would be your husband in your scenario - where he simply left you. Apples / Oranges.

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Budwick Budwick

In response to “You shared your thoughts and feelings, gave...

It's a tough one. I know I would stick around. I took care of my brother in law when he was in the last stages of cancer. His wife threw him out of the house. I will admit I was extremely angry at her. I grieved for a long time over it. I've not spoken to her since. Some folks just can't cut it. When it comes to my loved ones, I know I will stick it out.

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BarbOBarr BarbOBarr

In response to “It's a tough one. I know I would stick...

I agree it's difficult.
Sometimes life is difficult.
Your brother in law was lucky to have you in his life.

Wait, brother in law? So, it was your sister that left him? Wow, that whole scenario is difficult. You scored major humanity points!

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Budwick Budwick

In response to “I agree it's difficult. Sometimes life is...

No he was my husbands brother. My husbands mother was dying of cancer. I took care of her in our home until she passed. She told me she was worried about her son. At the time we did not know he was ill also. She said she was so afraid for him having no where to go if his wife kicked him out. At the time I chalked it up to her being sick. I told her we would always take him in and never leave him homeless. A month after she passed, he was diagnosed and given a short time to live. My mother in law was right. His wife kicked him out. We took him in and I took a leave of absence to care for him. I really thought if I loved them enough I could keep them with us longer. Sadly that wasn't the case. It took a long time to get over this. Very horrible year for my husband and myself. They passed within two months of one another. I don't know how my mother in law knew he was ill. He didn't even know it.

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BarbOBarr BarbOBarr

In response to “No he was my husbands brother. My husbands...

Between that and your own illness, I think you deserve some smooth sailing for awhile.

For what it's worth, I wish you good luck!

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Budwick Budwick

In response to “Between that and your own illness, I think...

Thank you. Same to you and your family. Life is good now😊

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BarbOBarr BarbOBarr

In response to “You shared your thoughts and feelings, gave...

"The woman in the story would be your husband in your scenario - where he simply left you. Apples / Oranges."???

AND she has told him that is okay, if he so chose to do it.

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dru18 dru18

In response to “"The woman in the story would be your...

Dru - we're comparing her story to the original one posted.

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Budwick Budwick

In response to “Dru - we're comparing her story to the...

No comparison.

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dru18 dru18

I can understand being overwhelmed, but in this case, she owes him her life, and ought a not complain that she has to do things for him that any person would much rather be able to do for themselves.. I commend her for being dedicated for the time she has, but really, if she's really grateful, the sacrifice she feels she is making is far surpassed by the sacrifice of living a full life given by her husband. This is wrong.

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Vrendowl Vrendowl

Bailing because it's become inconvenient and burdensome? Then her heart was never truly in it from the start.

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Sir_Whatz Sir_Whatz

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