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Posted by Annoyed Liberall
16 Jan 2014, 9:59 am

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So this third world retard actually thinks you were serious when you said that? Maybe in Retardistan or where ever he comes from people really do hang on crosses.
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16 Jan 2014, 4:13 pm

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TotallyRad » 16 Jan 2014 3:11 pm wrote:
Annoyed Liberall » 16 Jan 2014 2:39 pm wrote:
I just found out my ex husband got divorced again. For the same reasons we got divorced.
I am happy because through our whole marriage he tried to convince me I was the problem.

Well, he has been married less than 2 years and it's over. I have been married to my 2nd husband for 12 years and we are going strong.

So, I guess it wasn't me after all. I feel vindicated.

But, I am wondering if it's bad that it makes me happy to see him miserable? I mean he deserves it and all, but I shouldn't be happy about others' misfortune, right?


It's almost impossible to not to take failed relationships personally. From what I know of you, I'm sure he did his best to make you miserable. I knew a woman that had a shitstain for a husband. He cheated on her constantly, and covered it up by accusing her of doing the same thing. So while she was busy trying to be a good wife, he was being a bastard. Divorce was the smart choice for her.


Yeah, he did the same thing.

Some people are just miserable bastards.
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16 Jan 2014, 3:39 pm

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I just found out my ex husband got divorced again. For the same reasons we got divorced.
I am happy because through our whole marriage he tried to convince me I was the problem.

Well, he has been married less than 2 years and it's over. I have been married to my 2nd husband for 12 years and we are going strong.

So, I guess it wasn't me after all. I feel vindicated.

But, I am wondering if it's bad that it makes me happy to see him miserable? I mean he deserves it and all, but I shouldn't be happy about others' misfortune, right?
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21 Jan 2014, 10:37 am

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How about breathylizers before they enter the floor? What about smoking cigarettes?

You guys really want to go down that road? I don't. I like freedom.
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28 Jan 2014, 9:42 am

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The company requires this equipment, therefore they should allow a certain amount of time and the beginning and end of every shift for 'donning and doffing'. We have a huge US Steel plant here and my company has a contract with them. My guys are required to wear the same PPE as USX employees and they are paid for 'donning and doffing'.
It only makes sense.
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28 Jan 2014, 3:18 pm

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We all regret Benghazi. Unfortunately it's for different reasons. The left regrets the loss of lives, the right regrets that it didn't destroy the left.
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28 Jan 2014, 9:43 am

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29 Jan 2014, 4:08 pm

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The best VD I ever had was in 2000. That's the day my divorce was final.
I spread my VD cheer all over town!
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