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2012-02-15 08:53:45 PM

gonzojohn: Not cool.

The Nature Boy would never do this.

WOOOOOOOH!


With all the debt Flair is in, he's probably pissed he didn't think of it himself.
 
2012-02-15 08:53:56 PM

Bathia_Mapes:

If the cards were taken out in her name before she turned 18, she's not legally obligated to pay for any charges. A minor can't legally enter into a contract. Not only that, but what her POS father did was identity theft. I don't generally advocate suing people right and left, but in this case it's likely the only way she can get her credit restored.


My guess is that all those nice clothes, shoes and the skis and the family summer trips to Hawaii and such she was raised on were paid for with her own credit. Her pop ran some insurance agency or something. This was back in the 70's, she turned 18 in 1983. I only know about this because her boyfriend in high school was one of the hairy maniacs I hung out with and they were always a steady couple. The family was pretty well off- nice big house on a couple acres in the south Bay Area. Swimming pool, three car garage etc.

She was a pretty smart person, so I'm sure it got straightened out somehow. But her dad must have been one sleazy scumbag.
 
2012-02-15 08:58:01 PM
Ah, the figure $4000 leglock
 
2012-02-15 09:01:08 PM
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2012-02-15 09:01:43 PM

incendi: Happens a lot, unfortunately. Usually doesn't get reported because, well, what kind of dick rats out his own mother?



Yup. My step-mother has stolen from all of her biological and step-children (i.e., me and my sister). Not an ounce of remorse. Quite the contrary; she thinks her children owe her for bringing them into the world and supporting them until they were 14 or 15 years old and she finally kicks them out of the house. Of her six children/step-children, only one of them/us lived with her until we graduated high school.

She's also a self-proclaimed evangelical Christian.

\Dad's got lousy choice in women, apparently
\\They eventually divorced when I was a sophomore in college
 
2012-02-15 09:04:16 PM
By the way Subby, it's spelled RIC

First an Iron Sheik Thread, now an FWC baiting thread, WHAR SANTINO THREAD WHAR??
 
2012-02-15 09:04:22 PM

Bathia_Mapes: If the cards were taken out in her name before she turned 18, she's not legally obligated to pay for any charges. A minor can't legally enter into a contract.


Right. But her name and her name alone is attached to it. She'd have to fight to 'prove' she isn't responsible. How many 18 year olds have a lawyer on retainer, or know a non-scumbag one to go to?
 
2012-02-15 09:07:22 PM

Deathfrogg: But her dad must have been one sleazy scumbag.


But her dad was must have beenone sleazy scumbag.

FTFY
 
2012-02-15 09:08:51 PM

ironhead: She looks more like Greg The Hammer Valentine.

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RICKY MORTON
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2012-02-15 09:11:30 PM
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See's what you did there, subby
 
2012-02-15 09:12:11 PM

P-Money All $tar: By the way Subby, it's spelled RIC

First an Iron Sheik Thread, now an FWC baiting thread, WHAR SANTINO THREAD WHAR??


FWCbaiting? Isn't that was JfSP does when he sees Cena on Raw?
 
2012-02-15 09:12:18 PM

CZMisfitsFan: I was thinking more Greg "The Hammer" Valentine
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Armbar
 
2012-02-15 09:12:33 PM
I say "Playboy" Buddy Rose
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2012-02-15 09:20:02 PM

heavymetal: I say "Playboy" Buddy Rose
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That man actually has a GUNT!
 
2012-02-15 09:21:41 PM
Stories like these make me realize how awesome my parents are. Knowing them, they'd probably throw an extra thousand in there so I could live more comfortably when I got home. I guess I take for granted that not everyone is so blessed.
 
2012-02-15 09:24:52 PM
years ago visiting in-laws in MS my BIL was playing tour guide as we drove along.
he pointed out homes where wrestlers grew up or bought for Mom after they hit money, or they're living there now.
i have trouble in my mind understanding how laid-back calm people
have the lightning like reaction time to be pro athletes and race car drivers,
but there is a crapload of them in the southern states.

/ go pro wrestlers!
 
2012-02-15 09:28:14 PM
My mother did similar when I was in boot camp. I was stupid enough to put her on my account so she could use a little money on bills if needed. I got out and the account was empty. After that, I was still stupid about it so I took her off and instead set up an automatic deduction from my paycheck for a few hundred a month to be sent to my grandmother so that she could pay my mom's bills if needed, and whatever was left over could be deposited into a savings account. Figured if I didn't touch it then I couldn't spend it. Assuming she helped my mother out maybe one in a great while, I should still have a decent amount after a few years. Come to find out later that my grandmother had blown all that money on bullshiat and didn't pay for any of my mom's bills. By that time I had finally realized what kind of person my mother was so I didn't care so much that she didn't get any of my money, but I was kinda pissed that my grandmother blew it all. Especially seeing as at that time she was rather well off. Oh well, lesson learned.

Good on this dude for actually reporting his mom to the authorities.
 
2012-02-15 09:37:37 PM
CSB:

I remember taking calls for a credit union that handles lots of military accounts.

From what I gather, it is not uncommon for military personnel to get married young, and what I discovered was that lots of young housewives were spending their husbands' paychecks and maxing out the credit cards at the mall while he was deployed.

I wish it was in my jurisdiction to cancel all of the credit cards and send an urgent message to the soldier. It was heartbreaking.
 
2012-02-15 09:46:54 PM

YouPeopleAreCrazy: Bathia_Mapes: If the cards were taken out in her name before she turned 18, she's not legally obligated to pay for any charges. A minor can't legally enter into a contract.

Right. But her name and her name alone is attached to it. She'd have to fight to 'prove' she isn't responsible. How many 18 year olds have a lawyer on retainer, or know a non-scumbag one to go to?


I'm trying to think how hard would it be for any lawyer to prove she's not liable for any of those bills since she was a minor and can't enter into a contract. Really, unless there's some law I haven't heard of, those companies would be farked if they thought they could collect from a minor. I don't know if Columbia House and their 15 albums for 1 penny is still around, but if you were a kid and ordered albums from them but never paid, Columbia House was SOL.


I'b bet that it would be so easy for the companies lawyers to just go after the girl's father. It has to be obvious to them that they cannot go after the girl.

 
2012-02-15 09:53:57 PM
I knew a guy who had in excess of $20,000 wiped out from his mother. Pretty much everything he managed to save from deployment, and his mom wiped it out to pay bills about a month before his return.
 
2012-02-15 09:58:26 PM

P-Money All $tar: ironhead: She looks more like Greg The Hammer Valentine.

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RICKY MORTON
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I got Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson's autographs at The Bunkhouse Stampede during the NWA days.

/also Ric, and Ivan and Nikita Koloff.
//friends dad was Jim Cornet's lawyer
 
2012-02-15 10:02:24 PM

redly1: I want to buy the subby a beer. That made me smile


i will buy second round.

/Good one smitty.
 
2012-02-15 10:04:26 PM

ironhead: heavymetal: I say "Playboy" Buddy Rose
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That man actually has a GUNT!


On a man it's called a FUPA (fatty uper pubic area)


I know when I was fresh out of highschool and enlisted my mom had access to my bank account too... I was lucky though as the only time she touched the account was to transfer money into it for my birthday.
 
2012-02-15 10:07:31 PM
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Adrian Adonis is still alive?
 
2012-02-15 10:21:18 PM
It's real to me, dammit!

/Fark needs to up the damn gif limit
 
2012-02-15 10:23:33 PM
I don't know what the agreement the Marine had made with his mother to allow her access to his account while his was deployed. There's ways he could have paid his bills without her having access to it. Too bad it happened. I seen done many times while I was in the Navy. Spouse will leave clean out the account and leave. BF/GF/Spouse/Parents doesn't manage money well and spends it all. Most military I knew would have their overseas pay and bonus pay put in a separate account in case something like this happened they would have some money.

I read stories where parents or some else steals their children's social security numbers to get credit and defaults. Later when kid goes to get a loan, usually for college, they are denied because of the parent or other person screwing their credit up.
 
2012-02-15 10:31:13 PM
You know, I read earlier that WWE Studios is doing another Marine movie.

I think we've just found the plot for it.
 
2012-02-15 10:37:05 PM

skinink: YouPeopleAreCrazy: Bathia_Mapes: If the cards were taken out in her name before she turned 18, she's not legally obligated to pay for any charges. A minor can't legally enter into a contract.

Right. But her name and her name alone is attached to it. She'd have to fight to 'prove' she isn't responsible. How many 18 year olds have a lawyer on retainer, or know a non-scumbag one to go to?

I'm trying to think how hard would it be for any lawyer to prove she's not liable for any of those bills since she was a minor and can't enter into a contract. Really, unless there's some law I haven't heard of, those companies would be farked if they thought they could collect from a minor. I don't know if Columbia House and their 15 albums for 1 penny is still around, but if you were a kid and ordered albums from them but never paid, Columbia House was SOL.
I'b bet that it would be so easy for the companies lawyers to just go after the girl's father. It has to be obvious to them that they cannot go after the girl.


See Springfield v. Santos L. Halper
 
2012-02-15 10:39:52 PM
"Wildfire" Tommy Rich has sunk to a new low. -_-
 
2012-02-15 10:40:05 PM
Why isn't this in the Entertainment tab?

/because fark me, that's why
 
2012-02-15 10:42:41 PM
I came here to laugh at the rick flair reference.

hahajalolol
 
2012-02-15 10:55:23 PM

AnyName: Sorry, but the correct answer was Dusty Rhodes

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This. She looks much more like Dusty than Slick Ric (and there's no farking K there, Subtard)
 
2012-02-15 11:07:56 PM

AnyName: Sorry, but the correct answer was Dusty Rhodes


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Don't make a $5000 mistake!
 
2012-02-15 11:16:16 PM

EyeballKid: Also, "Nick VinZant?" When did local journalists start using their rock band names?


Nick VinZant was one of the Fabulous Freebirds, right?

In any case, stealing from your kid is wrong, and "Wildfire" Tommy Rich should be ashamed.
 
2012-02-15 11:17:43 PM
Oh, someone already said Tommy Rich.

In that case, "Playboy" Buddy Rose.
 
2012-02-15 11:20:07 PM
Er, Greg Valentine.

Goddamn there were a lot of puffy peroxided dudes back in that era.
 
2012-02-15 11:24:32 PM
If you want me to wear 37 pieces of flair then just make the minimum 37 pieces of flair!

/stomps, runs out like a woman
 
2012-02-15 11:27:39 PM

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2012-02-15 11:29:35 PM

sonorangal: I don't know what the agreement the Marine had made with his mother to allow her access to his account while his was deployed. There's ways he could have paid his bills without her having access to it. Too bad it happened. I seen done many times while I was in the Navy. Spouse will leave clean out the account and leave. BF/GF/Spouse/Parents doesn't manage money well and spends it all. Most military I knew would have their overseas pay and bonus pay put in a separate account in case something like this happened they would have some money.

I read stories where parents or some else steals their children's social security numbers to get credit and defaults. Later when kid goes to get a loan, usually for college, they are denied because of the parent or other person screwing their credit up.


Yes, this definitely has happened. Unfortunately, some of these cases of parents ruining their minor childrens credit occurred before there were identity theft laws in place, so there was little legal recourse when the children turned adult and tried to get a student loan or a credit card.
 
2012-02-15 11:37:09 PM
Sadly, a variation of this has happened to people I know: useless deadbeat mother can't pay bills, so she gets electric, gas, and cable service in the kid's name. And the kid doesn't find out he owes the electric company thousands of dollars until he's like 19 and trying to get the lights turned on in his first apartment. There needs to be a special place in hell for "parents" like this.
 
2012-02-16 12:00:29 AM

Lucky LaRue: My friend sent his pay home while he was stationed in Germany, and his parents spent every bit of it. When he got home, they let him stay with them, but charged him rent.


Holy carp! That would be a murder-suicide situation if my parents did that to me.

/without the suicide part.
 
2012-02-16 12:11:21 AM

skinink: YouPeopleAreCrazy: Bathia_Mapes: If the cards were taken out in her name before she turned 18, she's not legally obligated to pay for any charges. A minor can't legally enter into a contract.

Right. But her name and her name alone is attached to it. She'd have to fight to 'prove' she isn't responsible. How many 18 year olds have a lawyer on retainer, or know a non-scumbag one to go to?

I'm trying to think how hard would it be for any lawyer to prove she's not liable for any of those bills since she was a minor and can't enter into a contract. Really, unless there's some law I haven't heard of, those companies would be farked if they thought they could collect from a minor. I don't know if Columbia House and their 15 albums for 1 penny is still around, but if you were a kid and ordered albums from them but never paid, Columbia House was SOL.
I'b bet that it would be so easy for the companies lawyers to just go after the girl's father. It has to be obvious to them that they cannot go after the girl.


Most of the time, when parents do that to thier kids, the parents are pants-on-head-retarded, or just clinically insane. You can't sue someone who has no money.

/2 of my friends had this happen to them
//If it was me in thier shoes, I would probably still be in prison
///assuming anyone caught me
 
2012-02-16 01:37:05 AM
Dang. That's a 43 year old that's been used hard, put away wet, left to rust and stuck in the compost heap. If the 40 year old I lost my virginity to when I was a young feller looked like that I'd still be a virgin, if you take my meaning.
 
2012-02-16 02:43:25 AM

Recoil Therapy: [csb alert]
A looong time ago when I was in the National Guard, one of my squad leaders told me that his mother did the same to him while he was in Vietnam. He spent the year sending money orders home to her to be deposited into his bank account (several thousand dollars worth). He had plans on paying off the majority of his house with that money when he got home. He said that he got back, found out that she had deposited the first two money orders & then just cashed the rest & spent it partying.

/family of white trash, he was the only one who managed to escape [/csb alert]


Similar thing happened to my dad when he was in VietNam also... He told me one day that when he'd gotten back, after sending check after check home (and keeping track of the total), he figured his mom had swiped about $7-9k from him.... With no mention of it, or why, of course...

Similar thing happened to me when I went underway for the first time... I had figured that I should have a couple grand in the bank when I got home... Nope... Found out the (now) ex had gotten a boyfriend, let him move in, gotten the "You have an illegal tennant and need to get him out or eviction notice will follow" notice and took it as the eviction notice, dumped and ran... Leaving my checking account empty, of course, after the party times...

I showed up having to clean out the appt, find a storage unit for the stuff I was keeping, and pay 2 months back rent and utilities, plus a few other things... Can you wonder why I also found money for a lawyer? Until the divorce though, thanks to Virginia rules, I effectively had to give her all my pay... I found a way to get my divorce in Arkansas, where we'd gotten married, because we hadn't even lived in Virginia 6 months when this started...

Bitter? Nope, not anymore...
 
2012-02-16 03:43:23 AM
i can't believe you all got it wrong.

that's OBVIOUSLY "Nature Boy" Buddy Landell.

/obscure?
 
2012-02-16 06:29:29 AM

this_is_ace: i can't believe you all got it wrong.

that's OBVIOUSLY "Nature Boy" Buddy Landell.

/obscure?


Not at all. Got his autograph the night he subbed in for Dean Douglas against Ahmed Johnson on PPV.
 
2012-02-16 07:57:06 AM

KellyKellyKelly: Not at all. Got his autograph the night he subbed in for Dean Douglas against Ahmed Johnson on PPV


Ugh! That's not even like bait-and-switch, that's like bait-and-fark-you.
 
2012-02-16 08:32:08 AM
Mom stealing from her son is bad and all, but he gets zero sympathy from me for being a soldier serving overseas. I treat it no differently than if he flipped burgers at McDonalds.
 
2012-02-16 09:01:37 AM

AnyName: Sorry, but the correct answer was Dusty Rhodes

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Ya knows! To abscond with yo' son's money...to steal it, if you wheel. I cannot abide it! I would rather eat collard greens in the gutter with butter than take what is NOT rightfully mines! That is NOT funky like a monkey! Not at all! It is a CRIME, if you wheel!
 
2012-02-16 09:08:31 AM

Quasar: Takes a lot of chops to do that to your own kid.


No, not really. This kind of theft is very common and rarely reported or punished. My own mother took out credit cards in my older sisters name, to the tune of around 10K when my sisters was in college. I have several a couple of friends whose parents stole their student loan money and they had to drop out of college.

I made sure my mother knew in no uncertain terms that if it happened to me I would report it to the police and let the state prosecute her ass for fraud. After that I did not see her for three years, no big loss there.
 
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