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May 30, 2005

a piss-fight

My daughter has a piss-fight going on her blog. Well... that damn sure ain't the first one of THOSE I ever saw.

My daughter's sexual orientation is HER business now, not mine. She's 22 years old and she's been on her own for a while. She's doing okay (even if she DOES bitch a lot about money--- but who WASN'T broke at the age of 22?), and I think Stacey is a wonderful person. I've got no problem whatsoever with the life my daughter has chosen.

I'll tell you one of the main reasons why, too. To get married in the state of Georgia, you have to get a license to do it, and then you take a solemn VOW to make everything legal. It's a big legal deal. Hell--- I couldn't get a got-dam VASCETOMY without having MY WIFE sign a permission slip giving HER okay.

It seems now that I had no claim on her pussy, but she had the rights to my seed. "Splain THAT one to me, Lucy.

Of course, the bloodlesscunt woman can chose to break that vow anytime the urge blows her dress up, and the man pays the consequences. I always thought it odd that in divorce court I was supposed to swear an oath to tell the truth before I took the stand in front the judge when the only reason we were there to begin with was the fact that my ex-wife violated her VOW of marriage. But if I lie to the judge, I'm in "contempt of court."

There ought to be charge called "contempt of marriage" that applies to people such as my ex-wife. The only person who wiped her ass on marriage vows and slipped off to throw her pussy at another man was HER. But that fact means nothing in divorce court.

I suppose that oaths and vows are different things in the eyes of the law. If that's true, then the law is a cross-eyed idiot.

That shit doesn't make sense to me. Either you give you word and stand by it, or you don't. You're either a liar, or you're not. Seems pretty simple to me. But that's not how it works in a courtroom.

I want a grandchild some day. I hope Samantha gives me one. I don't care how she does it, because I'm not a big believer in "conventional" rules. Those rules are for tight-assed cowards who are afraid to defy tight-assed society. I am not, and I don't believe that my daughter is, either.

The same tight-assed morons I'm speaking of here set up Georgia divorce law. Don't even TRY to tell me that they have a lick of sense or ANY "moral" high ground to stand on. They don't. They are pucker-butted fucktards.

I'm on my daughter's side on this one. She ain't ready to have a child yet, but when she is, I'll do everything I can to help her.

Comments

You're kidding right? About the wife having to sign the papers for a vasectomy? Holy Shit!
That is fucked up!

Posted by: Maeve on May 30, 2005 11:08 PM

Not kidding. That's the truth.

Posted by: Acidman on May 30, 2005 11:22 PM

Just give her this piece of advice: DON'T GET MARRIED. It's already failing for us straights, and we have NO idea how it's gonna turn out for the Gays concerning divorce rates until it's had a few years to be tried out.

I think we ought to outlaw ALL forms of marriage; that way, the Christians wouldn't need to bitch about Gays desecrating what's left of the institution, and Gays wouldn't need to bitch about equal rights that they seemed perfectly content not to have until two or three years ago.

Posted by: JG22 on May 30, 2005 11:25 PM

Well, didn't you lie when you divorced your first wife..or doesn't that count?

Are the marriage vows only sacred when you get dumped? You are such a hypocrite.......

Posted by: kiera on May 31, 2005 12:02 AM

You're either a liar, or you're not.

None of the women I've ever dated have understood this. Not a single one. They all lied -- to them it was little stuff, or no big deal. They lied to avoid a fight when they did something wrong (sorry, you fuck up, you take the shit for it), they lied to get out of any circumstances they found themselves in. Maybe men are just as bad (wouldn't know, don't date 'em), but none of my guy friends are as dishonest as the twats I've dated.

But hey. I'm just bitter and hold a grudge about being cheated on by the two girls most important to me out of the lot of them. Why? Because they took me for granted. (They cheat, it's the man's fault. The man cheats, it's the man's fault.)

Posted by: Adam Lawson on May 31, 2005 06:53 AM

Kiera, do you have some kind of personal reason to stick up for Sam's mom that Sam herself doesn't appear to have?

Posted by: McGehee on May 31, 2005 09:01 AM

Your daughter did not choose her life style. She was born with it. No one has ever had a choice in their sexuality. It's there at birth for all of us. I know you could never decide to become gay no more than I could. You're a wonderful Dad to love and support her. Some parents of gay children can never do that. I've read her blog, she's a smart young lady. You don't have to worry about her or the direction of her life.

Posted by: McDonough Judy on May 31, 2005 09:15 AM

There is no obstacle to Sam marrying whoever she wants, as long as she is not seeking a government imprimateur.

The arguments about civil recognition of gay marriage is in no way a discussion of rights: it is a brawl about extending the priviliges accorded heterosexual marriages.

If the argument is about fairness, that could be achieved by rescinding those marriages, as much as by extending them to gay couples or marriages involving multiple spouses.

But in the end, it is not a dispute about our rights, which are limited to life, liberty, and property.

Posted by: Brett on May 31, 2005 01:08 PM

Apologies, rescinding those privileges...

Posted by: Brett on May 31, 2005 01:10 PM

Kiera... how did I "lie" to my first ex-wife? If you're going to call me a hypocrite, I wish you'd be specific instead if getting the vapors.

You have no clue what you're talking about, but that never shut up a woman in her life.


Posted by: Acidman on May 31, 2005 01:55 PM

I know very little about private adoption, but foster to adopt parents are in high demand. Everywhere. Married, single, gay, straight, if you have no criminal background, an honest income, and no drug habit, you're needed.

In fact, the bottom line, given the attention-seeking nature of these kids, is that two parents are better than one, regardless of sex.

(Yes, I HAVE begun recruiting in an effort to temper my guilt over my retirement...!)

Posted by: Key on May 31, 2005 06:17 PM

If your ex-wife would have had her tubes tied while you were married she would have had to have your written permission. Its so that the spouse can't sue if they don't like it that the other was sterilized. And doctors have been sued for that.

Posted by: Susan on May 31, 2005 08:05 PM

Anyone remember Jimmy Durante? One of his outstanding quotes was "Why can't everybody just leave everybody else the hell alone?" Why, indeed?

Posted by: Indigo on May 31, 2005 08:28 PM

Yup, Sam started a "good ol' fire-up" at her place. (Kind of reminds me of someone...)
I think your daughter came out alright. And your support of her is simply outstanding.
Like you, my money is on her side. I think she'll come out ahead.

Posted by: Wichi Dude on May 31, 2005 09:40 PM

My seed-producing mechanisms are long gone. Prostate cancer does that to you.

Posted by: Acidman on June 1, 2005 10:36 AM
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