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(Some Valentine)   Despite having a court order against her, man interrupts domestic battery case against his girlfriend to ask her to marry him. Judge allows it. She says yes. Call me a romantic, but I think these two crazy kids are going to make it   (crimejusticeandamerica.com) divider line 74
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2012-02-14 12:53:49 PM
True story, bro:

I was in a grocery store parking lot when I witnessed a man beating his wife/gf with a belt. She was screaming in what sounded like terror. When I confronted them the girl protested that he had simply had a bad day and that everything would blow over.

I called the cops anyway, while being as menacing toward the guy as I could without actually throwing a punch. I was in full motorcycle gear (helmet, armored winter leathers, the whole bit) so I was sorta hoping he would be dumb enough to throw down. But I digress.

Cops show up, indifferent. Girl tells cops that he's a "good man" who "doesn't mean it" and that she "set him off." At that moment I understood why cops always have a "meh" look on their faces during domestic calls.

Self-esteem, girls. Even if you're at the end of your rope you're still a valuable human being and deserve to not be whipped in public. I don't care what your story is - you Do. Not. Deserve. That. It's up to you to force your pride even if you're down, and if you can't, there are people available to help you.

Stand tall, ladies.

/and make me a sammich while you're in there
 
2012-02-14 12:58:40 PM
Ugh, I DNRTFA and got the headline mixed up in my hungover mind. So ignore the above post.

/man I really suck at Fark today
 
2012-02-14 01:19:17 PM
Yeah, they'll make it

/to the coroner's inquest or their divorce hearing, whichever comes first
 
2012-02-14 02:18:57 PM
Going to make it back to the main page, that's about it.
 
2012-02-14 03:15:39 PM
Sounds like Whitney and Bobby.
 
2012-02-14 03:17:32 PM
Just hope they don't take anyone down with them.
 
2012-02-14 03:17:56 PM
If I were that judge, I'd make them attend marriage counselling from day 1.
 
2012-02-14 03:18:00 PM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Yeah, they'll make it

/to the coroner's inquest or their divorce hearing, whichever comes first


Damn it beat me to the morgue joke!
 
2012-02-14 03:18:33 PM

dickfreckle: True story, bro:

I was in a grocery store parking lot when I witnessed a man beating his wife/gf with a belt. She was screaming in what sounded like terror. When I confronted them the girl protested that he had simply had a bad day and that everything would blow over.

I called the cops anyway, while being as menacing toward the guy as I could without actually throwing a punch. I was in full motorcycle gear (helmet, armored winter leathers, the whole bit) so I was sorta hoping he would be dumb enough to throw down. But I digress.

Cops show up, indifferent. Girl tells cops that he's a "good man" who "doesn't mean it" and that she "set him off." At that moment I understood why cops always have a "meh" look on their faces during domestic calls.

Self-esteem, girls. Even if you're at the end of your rope you're still a valuable human being and deserve to not be whipped in public. I don't care what your story is - you Do. Not. Deserve. That. It's up to you to force your pride even if you're down, and if you can't, there are people available to help you.

Stand tall, ladies.

/and make me a sammich while you're in there



Are winter leathers really that much warmer then just throwing hoodies / carharts on over regular gear? My main jacket is leather torso and sleeves with a quilted liner. No collar though... i've used scarves with some effectiveness.
 
2012-02-14 03:18:53 PM
yes, but now she can't be compelled to testify against him in any other criminal trials that may or may not be upcoming,
 
2012-02-14 03:19:03 PM
The sanctity of marriage perseveres!
 
2012-02-14 03:19:17 PM
Dear Theodore Murphy,
i41.tinypic.com
Yours Truly,
The Don't-Stick-Your-Dick-In-Crazy Action Group
 
2012-02-14 03:19:23 PM
I can't wait for the follow-up story about the boiled rabbit.
 
2012-02-14 03:20:36 PM

dickfreckle: I called the cops anyway, while being as menacing toward the guy as I could without actually throwing a punch. I was in full motorcycle gear (helmet, armored winter leathers, the whole bit) so I was sorta hoping he would be dumb enough to throw down. But I digress.


Wait, you tried to get him to fight you while you were wearing a helmet that you didn't plan on taking off? Is this like college hockey or something?
 
2012-02-14 03:21:00 PM
a marriage made in fark heaven
 
2012-02-14 03:21:49 PM

dickfreckle: I don't care what your story is - you Do. Not. Deserve. That. It's up to you to force your pride even if you're down, and if you can't, there are people available to help you.


QFT
 
2012-02-14 03:22:21 PM

dickfreckle: True story, bro:

I was in a grocery store parking lot when I witnessed a man beating his wife/gf with a belt. She was screaming in what sounded like terror. When I confronted them the girl protested that he had simply had a bad day and that everything would blow over.

I called the cops anyway, while being as menacing toward the guy as I could without actually throwing a punch. I was in full motorcycle gear (helmet, armored winter leathers, the whole bit) so I was sorta hoping he would be dumb enough to throw down. But I digress.

Cops show up, indifferent. Girl tells cops that he's a "good man" who "doesn't mean it" and that she "set him off." At that moment I understood why cops always have a "meh" look on their faces during domestic calls.

Self-esteem, girls. Even if you're at the end of your rope you're still a valuable human being and deserve to not be whipped in public. I don't care what your story is - you Do. Not. Deserve. That. It's up to you to force your pride even if you're down, and if you can't, there are people available to help you.

Stand tall, ladies.

/and make me a sammich while you're in there



Noble. but in my experiences, people just aren't worth the efforts anymore. I'd let him beat her.
 
2012-02-14 03:23:28 PM
I'll bet she's a real goer...
 
2012-02-14 03:23:36 PM
It's such a good thing that the gheys can't get married.
 
2012-02-14 03:23:42 PM
The judge should have ordered them both to be sterilized.
 
2012-02-14 03:23:43 PM

dickfreckle:
Self-esteem, girls. E.......SNIP.....eing and deserve to not be whipped in public. I don't care what your story is - you Do. Not. Deserve. That. It's up to you to force your pride even if you're down, and if you can't, there are people available to help you.


I provide private whippings for those interested.

Climate controlled environment, free water, choice of lube and a ball gag too!
 
2012-02-14 03:24:12 PM

dickfreckle: Self-esteem, girls. Even if you're at the end of your rope you're still a valuable human being and deserve to not be whipped in public. I don't care what your story is - you Do. Not. Deserve. That. It's up to you to force your pride even if you're down, and if you can't, there are people available to help you.


There's a whole grooming and Stockholm thing that goes on in a situation like that. Just advocating self esteem doesn't even scratch the surface of fixing the dynamic.
 
2012-02-14 03:24:26 PM

BeesNuts: Dear Theodore Murphy,
[i41.tinypic.com image 310x205]
Yours Truly,
The Don't-Stick-Your-Dick-In-Crazy Action Group


On the other side of the coin:

The Don't-Let-Crazy-Stick-It's-Dick-In-You Action Group
 
2012-02-14 03:25:02 PM

dickfreckle: True story, bro:

I was in a grocery store parking lot when I witnessed a man beating his wife/gf with a belt. She was screaming in what sounded like terror. When I confronted them the girl protested that he had simply had a bad day and that everything would blow over.

I called the cops anyway, while being as menacing toward the guy as I could without actually throwing a punch. I was in full motorcycle gear (helmet, armored winter leathers, the whole bit) so I was sorta hoping he would be dumb enough to throw down. But I digress.

Cops show up, indifferent. Girl tells cops that he's a "good man" who "doesn't mean it" and that she "set him off." At that moment I understood why cops always have a "meh" look on their faces during domestic calls.

Self-esteem, girls. Even if you're at the end of your rope you're still a valuable human being and deserve to not be whipped in public. I don't care what your story is - you Do. Not. Deserve. That. It's up to you to force your pride even if you're down, and if you can't, there are people available to help you.

Stand tall, ladies.

/and make me a sammich while you're in there


But... maybe he -was- a good man, and didnt mean it. Did yoh think of THAT?
 
2012-02-14 03:26:51 PM
Let's just hope they don't spawn.
 
2012-02-14 03:27:13 PM
Give it 9 months before he beats her up and I have a friend on my piano...
 
2012-02-14 03:29:32 PM

dickfreckle: True story, bro:

I was in a grocery store parking lot when I witnessed a man beating his wife/gf with a belt. She was screaming in what sounded like terror. When I confronted them the girl protested that he had simply had a bad day and that everything would blow over.

I called the cops anyway, while being as menacing toward the guy as I could without actually throwing a punch. I was in full motorcycle gear (helmet, armored winter leathers, the whole bit) so I was sorta hoping he would be dumb enough to throw down. But I digress.

Cops show up, indifferent. Girl tells cops that he's a "good man" who "doesn't mean it" and that she "set him off." At that moment I understood why cops always have a "meh" look on their faces during domestic calls.

Self-esteem, girls. Even if you're at the end of your rope you're still a valuable human being and deserve to not be whipped in public. I don't care what your story is - you Do. Not. Deserve. That. It's up to you to force your pride even if you're down, and if you can't, there are people available to help you.

Stand tall, ladies.

/and make me a sammich while you're in there


There are lots of men who DON'T beat women. She chose one who did. Should have chosen better, biatch. No sympathy.
 
2012-02-14 03:30:50 PM
OMG DON'T BEAT HER! What are you, CRAZY?

She's my biatch to beat, motherfarker!
 
2012-02-14 03:31:12 PM
Sounds like the guy likes his women like he likes his Waffle House hashbrowns.
 
2012-02-14 03:32:02 PM

GeekTheMighty: dickfreckle: True story, bro:

I was in a grocery store parking lot when I witnessed a man beating his wife/gf with a belt. She was screaming in what sounded like terror. When I confronted them the girl protested that he had simply had a bad day and that everything would blow over.

I called the cops anyway, while being as menacing toward the guy as I could without actually throwing a punch. I was in full motorcycle gear (helmet, armored winter leathers, the whole bit) so I was sorta hoping he would be dumb enough to throw down. But I digress.

Cops show up, indifferent. Girl tells cops that he's a "good man" who "doesn't mean it" and that she "set him off." At that moment I understood why cops always have a "meh" look on their faces during domestic calls.

Self-esteem, girls. Even if you're at the end of your rope you're still a valuable human being and deserve to not be whipped in public. I don't care what your story is - you Do. Not. Deserve. That. It's up to you to force your pride even if you're down, and if you can't, there are people available to help you.

Stand tall, ladies.

/and make me a sammich while you're in there


Are winter leathers really that much warmer then just throwing hoodies / carharts on over regular gear? My main jacket is leather torso and sleeves with a quilted liner. No collar though... i've used scarves with some effectiveness.


whyguysdon'twriteadvicecolumns.jpg
 
2012-02-14 03:33:42 PM

dickfreckle: True story, bro:

I was in a grocery store parking lot when I witnessed a man beating his wife/gf with a belt. She was screaming in what sounded like terror. When I confronted them the girl protested that he had simply had a bad day and that everything would blow over.

I called the cops anyway, while being as menacing toward the guy as I could without actually throwing a punch. I was in full motorcycle gear (helmet, armored winter leathers, the whole bit) so I was sorta hoping he would be dumb enough to throw down. But I digress.

Cops show up, indifferent. Girl tells cops that he's a "good man" who "doesn't mean it" and that she "set him off." At that moment I understood why cops always have a "meh" look on their faces during domestic calls.


And this is why, if there's a followup where hilarity ensued with the gun-toting laptop-shooting dad, I will not give a flying fark.
 
2012-02-14 03:34:37 PM

IrateShadow: There's a whole grooming and Stockholm thing that goes on in a situation like that. Just advocating self esteem doesn't even scratch the surface of fixing the dynamic.


True, abusers seek out the codependent and then reinforce that dependency firmly over time. Most of my exposure is regarding female victims (my wife worked at a women/children DV shelter) and the general tricks of that trade:
1. Keep them out of work
2. Keep them out of school
3. Keep them pregnant

With women abusing men, it is usually more about controlling his self esteem and harnessing the desire to be a provider for the family against him.

Regardless... by the time they reach "public shaming/beatings" you've often got a complete basket case on the receiving end and it takes a lot of help to extricate them from the abuser.
 
2012-02-14 03:34:44 PM
And they say soap operas are a dying art.
 
2012-02-14 03:34:45 PM
There are people who avoid misery, people who actively seek misery - or so you'd think from watching them...and then there's this schmuck, who stumbled into his latest super-sized helping of misery through sheer blind, clueless, slack-jawed stupidity.

Happy Valentines Day?
 
2012-02-14 03:36:06 PM
Give me a heads up when they fish his ring fingerless body out from under the porch that she's rocking back and forth on while staring into space.
 
2012-02-14 03:36:32 PM

Tat'dGreaser: dickfreckle: I called the cops anyway, while being as menacing toward the guy as I could without actually throwing a punch. I was in full motorcycle gear (helmet, armored winter leathers, the whole bit) so I was sorta hoping he would be dumb enough to throw down. But I digress.

Wait, you tried to get him to fight you while you were wearing a helmet that you didn't plan on taking off? Is this like college hockey or something?


www.carsuk.net

Some say he approves of domestic abuse "because at least it's not a damn import", others say that every time he says "Kung Fu" his mother washes his mouth out with soap. All we truly know is, he's called The Stig.
 
2012-02-14 03:36:35 PM
This article, and all articles on this site, are
© 2012 by Bill Bickel unless otherwise noted.


I love it. This guy is an enormous douchebag. Read an article, paraphrase it, don't give the original source Link and copyright it pretending its yours.

This actually happened on January 31, but I decided to save it for Valentine's Day...

No, dickweed, it happened before that. You just happened to read it on Jan 31st.
 
2012-02-14 03:36:56 PM
I get the strange sensation that we haven't seen the last of these two.
 
2012-02-14 03:37:34 PM
I used to slap around my ex-girlfriend.

She never complained, but moaned and drooled a bit from the ball-gag.
 
2012-02-14 03:37:56 PM

QuinnTheFetus: Give it 9 months before he beats her up and I have a friend on my piano...


He had a court order against her because she was the violent one. There was a domestic battery case against her because she was the violent one. I realize that you probably assume that men are always the violent ones in relationships, but reading comprehension isn't that hard.
 
2012-02-14 03:38:10 PM

udeng01: GeekTheMighty: dickfreckle: True story, bro: [snip]
Are winter leathers really that much warmer then just throwing hoodies / carharts on over regular gear? My main jacket is leather torso and sleeves with a quilted liner. No collar though... i've used scarves with some effectiveness.

whyguysdon'twriteadvicecolumns.jpg


Hey, I was just curious.

/riding in the winter is cold
// like... cold.
/// i've heard heated gear is quite nice but I ride old stuff... ain't putting any more load then I have to on a 35 year old electrical system
 
2012-02-14 03:38:18 PM
Spousal privilege! Yaaaaaaaaay!
 
2012-02-14 03:38:50 PM

Grobbley: QuinnTheFetus: Give it 9 months before he beats her up and I have a friend on my piano...

He had a court order against her because she was the violent one. There was a domestic battery case against her because she was the violent one. I realize that you probably assume that men are always the violent ones in relationships, but reading comprehension isn't that hard.


Give him a break will ya? It's hard to read through the glass pane on his display unit.
 
TWX
2012-02-14 03:39:35 PM

dickfreckle: True story, bro:

I was in a grocery store parking lot when I witnessed a man beating his wife/gf with a belt. She was screaming in what sounded like terror. When I confronted them the girl protested that he had simply had a bad day and that everything would blow over.

I called the cops anyway, while being as menacing toward the guy as I could without actually throwing a punch. I was in full motorcycle gear (helmet, armored winter leathers, the whole bit) so I was sorta hoping he would be dumb enough to throw down. But I digress.

Cops show up, indifferent. Girl tells cops that he's a "good man" who "doesn't mean it" and that she "set him off." At that moment I understood why cops always have a "meh" look on their faces during domestic calls.

Self-esteem, girls. Even if you're at the end of your rope you're still a valuable human being and deserve to not be whipped in public. I don't care what your story is - you Do. Not. Deserve. That. It's up to you to force your pride even if you're down, and if you can't, there are people available to help you.

Stand tall, ladies.

/and make me a sammich while you're in there


Unfortunately, it's possible that she literally won't be better off without him. If he's financially supporting her and if she has never been able to hold down a job then she's left to do whatever she can in order to have a stable life.

Of course it sounds more like codependency to me...
 
2012-02-14 03:39:37 PM

udeng01: whyguysdon'twriteadvicecolumns.jpg


LOL.

factoryconnection: 1. Keep them out of work
2. Keep them out of school
3. Keep them pregnant


I would add: Keep them from having friends (which keeping them out of school and work will do, too). It's very important to keep them brainwashed and away from friends, because it's your friends who will finally talk some sense into you and get you to leave.
 
2012-02-14 03:39:52 PM
You've just described the beginning of every great success story, subby
i33.photobucket.com
 
2012-02-14 03:40:45 PM
So, is this thread a case of nobody reading the article, or are we just intentionally talking about hypothetical situations?

Also:

snoproblem: There are people who avoid misery, people who actively seek misery - or so you'd think from watching them...and then there's this schmuck, who stumbled into his latest super-sized helping of misery through sheer blind, clueless, slack-jawed stupidity.


"Some men are born mediocre, some men achieve mediocrity, and some men have mediocrity thrust upon them. With Major Major it had been all three. Even among men lacking all distinction he inevitably stood out as a man lacking more distinction than all the rest, and people who met him were always impressed by how unimpressive he was."
 
2012-02-14 03:42:33 PM

dickfreckle: True story, bro:

I was in a grocery store parking lot when I witnessed a man beating his wife/gf with a belt. She was screaming in what sounded like terror. When I confronted them the girl protested that he had simply had a bad day and that everything would blow over.

I called the cops anyway, while being as menacing toward the guy as I could without actually throwing a punch. I was in full motorcycle gear (helmet, armored winter leathers, the whole bit) so I was sorta hoping he would be dumb enough to throw down. But I digress.

Cops show up, indifferent. Girl tells cops that he's a "good man" who "doesn't mean it" and that she "set him off." At that moment I understood why cops always have a "meh" look on their faces during domestic calls.

Self-esteem, girls. Even if you're at the end of your rope you're still a valuable human being and deserve to not be whipped in public. I don't care what your story is - you Do. Not. Deserve. That. It's up to you to force your pride even if you're down, and if you can't, there are people available to help you.

Stand tall, ladies.



Another CSB:

Walking through parking lot, see a guy whaling on a woman, I go over and pull him off and tell him to leave her alone. Woman being beaten cold-clocks me, starts screaming that"This is none of your business!!!" and throwing punches at me. Cops show up, I end up cuffed and questioned then released after they talk to other witnesses.

The moral of the story is, people can go fark themselves.
 
2012-02-14 03:44:41 PM
I called the cops anyway, while being as menacing toward the guy as I could without actually throwing a punch. I was in full motorcycle gear (helmet, armored winter leathers, the whole bit) so I was sorta hoping he would be dumb enough to throw down. But I digress.


You do realize you're just an oafy human in leather, not robocop -- correct? I can't imagine this being a fair fight for you if your opponent is competent.
 
2012-02-14 03:45:54 PM

Fibro: I called the cops anyway, while being as menacing toward the guy as I could without actually throwing a punch. I was in full motorcycle gear (helmet, armored winter leathers, the whole bit) so I was sorta hoping he would be dumb enough to throw down. But I digress.

You do realize you're just an oafy human in leather, not robocop -- correct? I can't imagine this being a fair fight for you if your opponent is competent.


What part of "beating his woman" makes you think he's competent in any way?
 
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