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Old 06-30-2018, 10:25 PM
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Received word early this morning that my ex father in law passed away. Today is a great day. For sure I will confirm at the wake on Monday. However, in the meantime, please join me in celebration.
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Received word early this morning that my ex father in law passed away. Today is a great day. For sure I will confirm at the wake on Monday. However, in the meantime, please join me in celebration.
I like the banter on here, but . . . .

Thats messed up bro.
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I like the banter on here, but . . . .

Thats messed up bro.
needs more details. He might have been a wife beater or rapist.
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Messed up for sure. Saying nothing would be OK.
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2 sides to every story....I'll reserve my comment.

There are several Id like to see or make dead.
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Jerks prolly drunk again. Early morning isn’t kind too that boy.
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I take it you didn't exactly see eye to eye with XFIL.
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Received word early this morning that my ex father in law passed away. Today is a great day. For sure I will confirm at the wake on Monday. However, in the meantime, please join me in celebration.
There has to an entertaining story here. Give us some of the highlights.
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a gal I was dating back in the sixties father died, left behind three daughters in their teens, not one shed a tear. OP may have good reason. There are people among us who should never have been born.
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Old 07-01-2018, 05:57 AM
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Hopefully you have forgiven him all his wrongs. Unforgiveness is like drinking poison and hoping someone else gets sick.
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Old 07-01-2018, 06:19 AM
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Very disturbing opinion. I'll pray for you, and for you to mature a tad on that commnt.

No matter what he did, celebrating a person' death is never the right thing to DO!

Go ahead and shoot the messenger of fact now!
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Every once in a while we really get to see who we are rubbing elbows with here on a daily basis .
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Plenty of people here celebrate when someone they don't know is executed or shot dead by a cop or a "good guy with a gun'. Judge not lest ye also be judged, or so the Good Lord said...

I take it the OP doesn't like his wife, either, as she is the FIL's fault to begin with?
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Originally Posted by spraynet 1 View Post
Very disturbing opinion. I'll pray for you, and for you to mature a tad on that commnt.

No matter what he did, celebrating a person' death is never the right thing to DO!

Go ahead and shoot the messenger of fact now!
I sure smiled when I heard Bin Laden was dead, I guess I'm a horrible person too.
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Originally Posted by Jersus View Post
Received word early this morning that my ex father in law passed away. Today is a great day. For sure I will confirm at the wake on Monday. However, in the meantime, please join me in celebration.
Why are you attending the wake? You've certainly expressed your lack of respect for the man. Opportunity to gloat or make an even bigger jack ass out of yourself?
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Without knowing the deceased, why do some of y'all believe he deserves any respect? I can think of quite a few people who's death would improve society. Murderers, rapists, pedophiles, terrorists to name a few. Heck, the THT consensus on how to treat a thief is a public hanging.
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^ yep
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My FIL was a pretty bitter miserable person.

I wasn't happy about it when he died. Certainly didn't celebrate it.

No matter how people are, there are people who still love them.

I helped spread his ashes a year after his death when his family was ready. In the creek, on their land like he wanted.

My ex was a royal ***** who made my life miserable for over a decade. If I'm alive when she passes I still wouldn't celebrate it.
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Originally Posted by Tireless View Post
Without knowing the deceased, why do some of y'all believe he deserves any respect? I can think of quite a few people who's death would improve society. Murderers, rapists, pedophiles, terrorists to name a few. Heck, the THT consensus on how to treat a thief is a public hanging.
Reveling in someones death really is only a reflection on the reveler .
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Reveling in someones death really is only a reflection on the reveler .
I read that same thing in a fortune cookie.
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