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Old 03-31-2017, 12:36 PM
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keep looking forward not backward, I just dumped a very hot 30 year old (sorry no pics). I don't need the BS that comes along with the Pu$$y, it's just not worth it. Get another boat once the dust settles and try not to focus on all the $ you are getting screwed out of. It will take some time!!!
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Old 03-31-2017, 12:44 PM
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My brother is going thru it right now. Wife moved out back in October. Now they are getting down to all the financial crap. She wants appraisals the house, some other stuff and his TOOLS. My brother has a very nice wood shop the size of a three car garage. Its going to interesting when the value of the tools comes back a whole lot more than what he told her he spent
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Originally Posted by FASTFJR View Post
My brother is going thru it right now. Wife moved out back in October. Now they are getting down to all the financial crap. She wants appraisals the house, some other stuff and his TOOLS. My brother has a very nice wood shop the size of a three car garage. Its going to interesting when the value of the tools comes back a whole lot more than what he told her he spent
Aren't some of those tools yours?
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Old 03-31-2017, 12:51 PM
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Aren't some of those tools yours?
That was a thought, but she has photos of a lot of stuff. And to tell you the truth. I helped him get some of the stuff in, I'm never going to help him take it out. He has some very oversized industrial stuff that is hundreds of pounds. Almost crushing my foot once was enough
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if not his then they are mine.. I paid cash and got them off of the internet so sorry, I don't have a receipt.
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Old 03-31-2017, 12:54 PM
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if not his then they are mine.. I paid cash and got them off of the internet so sorry, I don't have a receipt.
Doesn't matter, she wants everything appraised so she can get the most out of it. He must have 20K just in slabs.....that will disappear to friends for a while
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Old 03-31-2017, 01:20 PM
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Originally Posted by FASTFJR View Post
My brother is going thru it right now. Wife moved out back in October. Now they are getting down to all the financial crap. She wants appraisals the house, some other stuff and his TOOLS. My brother has a very nice wood shop the size of a three car garage. Its going to interesting when the value of the tools comes back a whole lot more than what he told her he spent

Chiiiit! I would have her crap appraised, clothes, shoes, pocket books etc. A couple of "Louie's" and the value will rocket. Start threatening with "half of that". She needs half of his tools like he needs half of her shoe collection.

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Old 03-31-2017, 02:07 PM
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Hang in there. It gets a lot better.

In a few years he will find this out unless he lets the wrong head do the thinking for him
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Old 03-31-2017, 02:17 PM
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Originally Posted by SeaMonkey1 View Post
keep looking forward not backward, I just dumped a very hot 30 year old (sorry no pics). I don't need the BS that comes along with the Pu$$y, it's just not worth it. Get another boat once the dust settles and try not to focus on all the $ you are getting screwed out of. It will take some time!!!
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Old 03-31-2017, 04:10 PM
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Well THT members, had to sell my 2006 Proline Super Sport today. Frikin wife was the person who convinced me we need a bigger boat than a flats boat. Bought it for her in 2014. While in marriage counseling we used it a handful of times from 2014 to 2016. Took her flats fishing mostly, the bigger boat was for the beach.

I guess she got tired of it, as well as tired living in our waterfront home. She says I want to move to Pine Island, and will not stay in this house. I said do what you need to do. So at 62 years old she and her atty kicked me out of the house and is divorcing me.

I thought having boats was expensive. WOMEN ARE MORE SO...
I got divorced and moved to Pine Island last year.

Adopted a 8 year old Golden retriever rescue pup last week.

I fish when I want, sleep in when I want, and do what I want everyday.

Pup is a chick magnet............if I want one.

Life is simple & good here !

I'm looking for a flats boat & a fishing companion (besides my dog ) if you get settled in here.

I thought it was expensive while the divorce was ongoing............turns out it was worth every penny !

Fish on !

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Old 03-31-2017, 06:30 PM
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Sorry to hear about it... but it gets better. There is light at the end of the tunnel and I promise its not "a freight train coming your way."
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Old 03-31-2017, 07:32 PM
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Originally Posted by keywest49 View Post
Well THT members, had to sell my 2006 Proline Super Sport today. Frikin wife was the person who convinced me we need a bigger boat than a flats boat. Bought it for her in 2014. While in marriage counseling we used it a handful of times from 2014 to 2016. Took her flats fishing mostly, the bigger boat was for the beach.

I guess she got tired of it, as well as tired living in our waterfront home. She says I want to move to Pine Island, and will not stay in this house. I said do what you need to do. So at 62 years old she and her atty kicked me out of the house and is divorcing me.

I thought having boats was expensive. WOMEN ARE MORE SO...
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I got divorced and moved to Pine Island last year.

Adopted a 8 year old Golden retriever rescue pup last week.

I fish when I want, sleep in when I want, and do what I want everyday.

Pup is a chick magnet............if I want one.

Life is simple & good here !

I'm looking for a flats boat & a fishing companion (besides my dog ) if you get settled in here.

I thought it was expensive while the divorce was ongoing............turns out it was worth every penny !

Fish on !

Fish

tell us more Sancho!
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Old 03-31-2017, 08:11 PM
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Originally Posted by keywest49 View Post
Well THT members, had to sell my 2006 Proline Super Sport today. Frikin wife was the person who convinced me we need a bigger boat than a flats boat. Bought it for her in 2014. While in marriage counseling we used it a handful of times from 2014 to 2016. Took her flats fishing mostly, the bigger boat was for the beach.

I guess she got tired of it, as well as tired living in our waterfront home. She says I want to move to Pine Island, and will not stay in this house. I said do what you need to do. So at 62 years old she and her atty kicked me out of the house and is divorcing me.

I thought having boats was expensive. WOMEN ARE MORE SO...
Just a tip. Man upstairs put 20 million of those beautiful things on this earth for us to enjoy.

Let those two words I DO translate to I did, in the past tense and learn from your mistakes.

Women have it knocked. They only have to know one word to be the smartest person around...........>LAWYER........

Just don't make the mistake a lot of others do and do it again.
You go back for seconds we really will enjoy your post............

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Old 03-31-2017, 08:53 PM
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Liked my house so much, I bought it twice!
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Old 04-01-2017, 12:30 AM
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Marriage = License to Steal (for women)
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Old 04-01-2017, 05:02 AM
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strange how they always want to change things.
either remodeling or new house, furniture,cars, clothes,etc.
If you do not want to give it to them then they want someone that will.

Yea I do not get the I do not want to live in this house anymore, but kick you out of it?

I could understand you having to sell it to afford to settle, but not kick you out of the house and her keep the house
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Old 04-01-2017, 05:54 AM
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These are the reasons I put everything in my wifes name. House , cars , business ect. Been married 34 years. She ever goes goofy better write a check for half. Has no affect on my credit either.
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Old 04-01-2017, 10:41 AM
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Listen guys, your comments and support is really appreciated. She got me removed from the house by filing a false claim of domestic violence, and I had to agree to give her exclusive use and possession of the house in order for her to drop the injunction. My atty said to agree or face the possibility that the judge would uphold the injunction for a year and I would have to pay her bills and she gets to stay in the house.
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Old 04-01-2017, 10:44 AM
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Originally Posted by Fish_Heads View Post
I got divorced and moved to Pine Island last year.

Adopted a 8 year old Golden retriever rescue pup last week.

I fish when I want, sleep in when I want, and do what I want everyday.

Pup is a chick magnet............if I want one.

Life is simple & good here !

I'm looking for a flats boat & a fishing companion (besides my dog ) if you get settled in here.

I thought it was expensive while the divorce was ongoing............turns out it was worth every penny !

Fish on !

Fish
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Originally Posted by liveaboard74 View Post
Just a tip. Man upstairs put 20 million of those beautiful things on this earth for us to enjoy.

Let those two words I DO translate to I did, in the past tense and learn from your mistakes.

Women have it knocked. They only have to know one word to be the smartest person around...........>LAWYER........

Just don't make the mistake a lot of others do and do it again.
You go back for seconds we really will enjoy your post............
You can fool me once, but not a f@!kg chance again!
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