Gut Rumbles

February 18, 2006

it's hilarious!

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This one sure made ME laugh!

It's funny how that check goes out every month and I seldom know where my son is. You can laugh yourself into tears if you think about it.


Femerika. What a country?!

Posted by: anonymous on February 18, 2006 03:35 PM

Ya, I can relate...

At least ex-wifey and I are on speaking terms so I can call any time they're home.

Just makes you wonder who has the B&W's that caused them to write such draconian laws.

Especially that bastard ex-Sen. Bill Bradley (D-NJ).

Posted by: Gmac on February 18, 2006 04:24 PM

Let me tell you, guys get screwed over in this country where divorce is concerned. I've seen it happen over and over again. And I'm female!! (What's the singular of "wimmin", is it "wimin"?)

I feel for the fact that you can't see your son, Rob. But he will know you were there whenever you could be and when he is old enough, HE will find YOU, no matter what he has been told by momma because a boy will want to know his father and Quinton will know you care.

Posted by: A Different Kim on February 18, 2006 04:55 PM

It's true for the most part - I can't imagine living like that... My boys are split equally between my ex and I - he lives right up the street...they go to his house when it's my week if they feel like seeing him and vice-versa... We have lived separately but have still brought the boys up together. I find it all so sad when people keep kids from the other parent...I don't know what it proves, it just hurts the kids. You see it all the time, though, unfortunately. Hopefully when Quinton gets older, he'll know and come around more when mommy isn't calling the shots anymore.

Posted by: Lisa on February 18, 2006 06:00 PM

When one goes into divorce court with two balls he automatically has two strikes against him.

Posted by: Roger .45 on February 19, 2006 07:26 PM

Have faith in the long view, hombre. In five or ten years, your kid will start to take a hard look at the difference between his mother and father (if he hasn't already started). I think he's gonna turn out just fine.

Posted by: disconnect on February 20, 2006 11:29 AM
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