Are you a *******?Taipan » 04 May 2021, 8:01 am » wrote: ↑
Under 5yrs. is gold-digging.
27yrs. is a lifetime commitment.
How many sailors have been forced to pay alimony and ch./support for 3-4 kids
and that totals about 66% of the sailor's take-home pay ?
I propose "irreconcilable differences" and a 50-50 split. Then each go their own
separate way & and leave the other party alone. No fuss--No muss.
DennisTheMenace » 04 May 2021, 7:56 am » wrote: ↑
At the end of day...she worked that ******. And the brain couldn't figure out he was being worked by a ******.
Many great men have succumbed to the smell of fresh fish. He's not the first one.
The scent of fresh fish clouds one's judgement many times.
Sadly, he's the latest guy that is paying BIG TIME for fresh fish.
The good Libertarian seeks goodness and fairness for all.
I have a gigolo friend.. goes from woman to woman for a place to live. Likes em fat. He fixes up their houses... and then they kick him out.. and he moves on.
my instincts see 4 holes to your 6 degrees of separation narrative where top down and bottom up play leaders, left and right followers to work against each other cradle to grave. Gyroscopic effect to balancing between two vertical points centering all 6 categories playing think outside the cubed results squared off against one another constantly. seeking central authority to all sides captured between spontaneously alive while simultaneously adapting to their ancestral point of displacement now.Taipan » 04 May 2021, 8:17 am » wrote: ↑
We seek the........ 'win-win' deal.
If I am lawyer for the Arapaho Nation, then I must fight for goodness & fairness for that Tribe.
Now, if the opposition lawyers are fair-minded Christians, then we can work something out.....
that is good for both sides. Amicably.
omh » 04 May 2021, 10:19 am » wrote: ↑
Denial serve deniers taking advantage of those not within group mentalities to conform by any side or all sides converge against the honest sole defending their time not the conquered space developing after psychological warfare won again.
Ridicule is something I faced 24/7 my entire time converting from a fertilized cell to eventually decomposed corpse. My time is mine and I have shared it socially within the framework of societal evolution and now societal evolution is devaluing my time served.
Who gives a ****? I hope she gets it ALL and billy has to get a tin bill and peck **** with the chickens...DennisTheMenace » 04 May 2021, 6:35 am » wrote: ↑
She's probably the first piece of *** he ever had. She's been working it for 30 years. She had no bearing on Microsoft's success...it was well established before they got married.
In any event...Bill will pay for it dearly. I wonder how "good that thang was"?
You shoulda got that prenup Bill.
Bill Burr says it best.
Microsoft (MSFT) co-founder Bill Gates and his wife, Melinda, will separate after 27 years together, the billionaire announced on Monday, ending a marriage that launched an influential globe-spanning philanthropic and humanitarian empire.
Via Twitter, Gates — one of the world's wealthiest men — said that he and his wife remain committed to their "mission" as philanthropists, but "we no longer believe we can grow together as a couple in this next phase of our lives."
The philanthropic organization that bears both their names has an endowment of nearly $50 billion, and in 2019 doled out around $6 billion to various causes, according to its most recent annual report. Since its inception, the foundation has paid out almost $55 billion in grants.
The tech titan, who emerged as a leading voice in the fight against COVID-19 and frequently weighs in on matters impacting the environment and public health, currently sits at number four on Forbes' list of the wealthiest people, with an estimated net worth of over $130 billion as of Monday.
Melinda Gates, a graduate of Duke University, worked as a general manager at Microsoft — having been recruited just after the company went public.The couple jointly chairs one of the world's largest philanthropies, and both are signatories of Warren Buffett's Giving Pledge, a commitment of the world's wealthiest people to donate the majority of their wealth to philanthropic endeavors.
Buffett and Gates have been close friends for nearly 30 years, with the latter crediting the former for having taught him important lessons on life and investing.According to multiple sources, Gates foundation staff was alerted ahead of time before the couple broke the news on social media — with one staffer describing the internal mood as one of "total shock.
"The Gates' divorce raises questions about how one of the world's largest fortunes will be divided, but Amazon (AMZN) founder Jeff Bezos provides a useful test case of how the fruits of the Gates' union will be divided.Bezos' split from ex-wife Mackenzie Scott resulted in the latter instantly becoming the one of the wealthiest women in the world. Since then, Amazon's surging stock has landed Bezos right back on top the billionaire's league tables.
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