April 28, 2008
Misogyeny? Who? Me?
Origianlly published August 22, 2003
I can't help it. This story reminds me of my bloodless cunt ex-wife. Wimmen do things like this. Regularly.
Kenneth Parker says he and his wife, Connie, always dreamed of winning the lottery — but when the couple finally hit a $25 million jackpot, the 77-year-old Long Island man found out his wife's dreams didn't include him.
Hell, the guy is fortunate. His wife didn't move an unemployed, dope-smoking lover into his house after she kicked him out. Mine did. AFTER she took control of all the money without letting me know, of course.
"I feel betrayed," he said yesterday. "I couldn't believe she was doing this to me. I'm still bitter. I loved her."
"Betrayed... I couldn't believe... still bitter"...yeah, been there, done that. It hurts like hell, doesn't it? I'll never fully recover from the way my ex-wife treated me. Some scars never heal.
Connie Parker's lawyer later released a statement that called the husband's allegations a "mischaracterization" of the facts and said that her client was "anguished" by his allegations. But the lawyer would not address any specific claims.
"ANGUISHED?" Bloodless cunts have no feelings. I know that fact from first-hand experience. That's a goddam lawyer talking for a guilty client.
Soon, the neighbor — who didn't want his name in the newspaper — saw a woman moving alone into the home, leading him to wonder if Ken had died.
Yeah, that's right. And the more bloodless they are the stronger hand they have.
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