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(NYPost)   Married NYPD officer, caught with his pants down, says he was just car shopping late at night when a woman's estranged husband barged into her bedroom and shot him with his own service revolver   (nypost.com) divider line 49
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2012-08-13 01:23:24 PM
Sounds like she was looking for a Probe.
 
2012-08-13 01:23:28 PM
t2.gstatic.com
 
2012-08-13 01:25:47 PM
No winners here.
 
2012-08-13 01:25:50 PM
...or a Mazda LaPunta
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2012-08-13 01:25:53 PM
FTA: "First his pants were off - and now they're on fire." Heh.
 
Skr
2012-08-13 01:26:15 PM
Hah posed as his own Official Rep. That is pretty hilarious and probably additional hot water he will have to wade through.
 
2012-08-13 01:27:08 PM
LaPuta*

/fark me its monday.
 
2012-08-13 01:27:37 PM
FTFA: "Dunbar and his wife separated in January, a friend said. She had changed the locks on their home and gotten a restraining order against him, the pal added. "He still came around. He would drive around this block all the time. It would be all hours of the day and night," she said."

- woman and man are separated, not divorced
- man is jealous of woman
- woman is screwing different dudes in their marital bed
- married cop thinks he's found unencumbered no strings attached pussy in need of a white knight

My questions:
- who paid for the house?
- why were they getting divorced?
- was the restraining order a 'real' one or a scheming female one?
- was the husband upset because his wife is dating other dudes, or because she's screwing other dudes in the home he paid for, in the bed he paid for?

The cop still could have come out sorta clean if he'd pulled the romance card and the white knight card. He'd be a dumbass, but he'd look like a dumbass following his heart as well as his dick, instead of a dumbass following just his dick. Slight difference.

That female is not worth all this drama: not for the cop, and not for the dude she's married to. She's going to come out of this scot free, though, even though she's the one starting the drama.
 
2012-08-13 01:30:15 PM
Well, they all sound like wonderful people, don't they...
 
2012-08-13 01:32:00 PM
Not sure who to root for...

Cop was plowing someone who wasn't his wife, but the suspect was stalking his [suspect's] estranged wife.

I will root for the cop. Stalking an ex is not cool.
 
2012-08-13 01:34:08 PM
I missed the part where the article actually said the cop was married. Citation needed.
 
2012-08-13 01:35:42 PM
FTA: "He's a great guy. I've known him for a long time," said the cop - sporting a small bruise under his right eye - outside the Staten Island home he shares with his wife. "The family has a lot going on..."
 
2012-08-13 01:39:04 PM

ExperianScaresCthulhu: FTFA: "Dunbar and his wife separated in January, a friend said. She had changed the locks on their home and gotten a restraining order against him, the pal added. "He still came around. He would drive around this block all the time. It would be all hours of the day and night," she said."

- woman and man are separated, not divorced
- man is jealous of woman
- woman is screwing different dudes in their marital bed
- married cop thinks he's found unencumbered no strings attached pussy in need of a white knight

My questions:
- who paid for the house?
- why were they getting divorced?
- was the restraining order a 'real' one or a scheming female one?
- was the husband upset because his wife is dating other dudes, or because she's screwing other dudes in the home he paid for, in the bed he paid for?

The cop still could have come out sorta clean if he'd pulled the romance card and the white knight card. He'd be a dumbass, but he'd look like a dumbass following his heart as well as his dick, instead of a dumbass following just his dick. Slight difference.

That female is not worth all this drama: not for the cop, and not for the dude she's married to. She's going to come out of this scot free, though, even though she's the one starting the drama
.


That's a lot of projecting there son.

Was the restraining order a "real one"? wtf??

Once a lady is no longer with you ...its time to let go of the whole, "but i own the bed" thing. Its not really the bed your obsessing about, but more the vagina in the bed, and it really is hers to give out as she pleases. Think about this way. Suppose you buy a new bed and you sell the old one on Kajiji ...do you ever think of the bed ever again...worry that some dude is ejaculating where you used to sleep? My guess is you do not. Its probably more healthy to think of an ex the same way.

I am a divorced male too ...its hard for me to understand the whole "worth shooting someone and going to jail over a slutty ex" thing. They aren't even worth the penicillin it takes to cure the VD, why they hell would anybody obsess, carry on, worry about or attack about an ex. There are 3.5 billion other vaginas....(obviously I don't think of all 3.5 billion females as "vaginas", I'm just using that phrase to communicate with the bed obsessed)
 
2012-08-13 01:40:40 PM

ExperianScaresCthulhu: FTFA: "Dunbar and his wife separated in January, a friend said. She had changed the locks on their home and gotten a restraining order against him, the pal added. "He still came around. He would drive around this block all the time. It would be all hours of the day and night," she said."

- woman and man are separated, not divorced
- man is jealous of woman
- woman is screwing different dudes in their marital bed
- married cop thinks he's found unencumbered no strings attached pussy in need of a white knight

My questions:
- who paid for the house?
- why were they getting divorced?
- was the restraining order a 'real' one or a scheming female one?
- was the husband upset because his wife is dating other dudes, or because she's screwing other dudes in the home he paid for, in the bed he paid for?

The cop still could have come out sorta clean if he'd pulled the romance card and the white knight card. He'd be a dumbass, but he'd look like a dumbass following his heart as well as his dick, instead of a dumbass following just his dick. Slight difference.

That female is not worth all this drama: not for the cop, and not for the dude she's married to. She's going to come out of this scot free, though, even though she's the one starting the drama.


Okay, we get it Experian - you really hate your ex-wife.
 
2012-08-13 01:43:18 PM
Cops still use revolvers?
 
2012-08-13 01:44:12 PM

ExperianScaresCthulhu: - woman and man are separated, not divorced
- man is jealous of woman
- woman is screwing different dudes in their marital bed
- married cop thinks he's found unencumbered no strings attached pussy in need of a white knight

My questions:
- who paid for the house?
- why were they getting divorced?
- was the restraining order a 'real' one or a scheming female one?
- was the husband upset because his wife is dating other dudes, or because she's screwing other dudes in the home he paid for, in the bed he paid for?


In many states once a couple separates, all bets are off. The husband and wife can have sex with whomever they like and it is no longer considered adultery. When I divorced some years back, my lawyer told me that under no circumstance was I to leave my home. Once a man leave his home, he gives up all right to it and anything in it until the court rules. He cannot demand that his wife not entertain men in his home. He may still own it, but he isn't a resident of it and has nothing to say about what happens there.

My soon-to-be ex and her boyfriend were looking for a house to buy and that was going to take a few months. She suggested that maybe it would be better for me to move into an apartment until she moved into her new home. I told her not on her life. I'd rent her a place and she could leave, but I would not be leaving my home. Until she was gone, her boyfriend could not come to my home. If he showed up there, I'd have him arrested for trespassing. Had I taken her up on her suggestion, I could not have stopped him.
 
2012-08-13 01:44:21 PM

PlusCestLaMeme: I missed the part where the article actually said the cop was married. Citation needed.


"Lou has a flawless record. He's a great guy. I've known him for a long time," said the cop - sporting a small bruise under his right eye - outside the Staten Island home he shares with his wife.

You're welcome. Next time RTFA.
 
2012-08-13 01:45:47 PM
NYPD cops don't carry revolvers, subby.

/Unless it was his sock gun.
 
2012-08-13 01:53:53 PM

ExperianScaresCthulhu: FTFA: "Dunbar and his wife separated in January, a friend said. She had changed the locks on their home and gotten a restraining order against him, the pal added. "He still came around. He would drive around this block all the time. It would be all hours of the day and night," she said."

- woman and man are separated, not divorced
- man is jealous of woman
- woman is screwing different dudes in their marital bed
- married cop thinks he's found unencumbered no strings attached pussy in need of a white knight

My questions:
- who paid for the house?
- why were they getting divorced?
- was the restraining order a 'real' one or a scheming female one?
- was the husband upset because his wife is dating other dudes, or because she's screwing other dudes in the home he paid for, in the bed he paid for?

The cop still could have come out sorta clean if he'd pulled the romance card and the white knight card. He'd be a dumbass, but he'd look like a dumbass following his heart as well as his dick, instead of a dumbass following just his dick. Slight difference.

That female is not worth all this drama: not for the cop, and not for the dude she's married to. She's going to come out of this scot free, though, even though she's the one starting the drama.


Pretty much. From the cop's perspective, she was fair game. TFA openers made it seem like she was having an affair, not separated...and only until you read down do you discover that they couple had separated, wife sought restraining orders, and hubby was stalking her. Cop probably had no idea...like you said, no strings pussy.
 
2012-08-13 01:57:33 PM

JackieRabbit: ExperianScaresCthulhu: - woman and man are separated, not divorced
- man is jealous of woman
- woman is screwing different dudes in their marital bed
- married cop thinks he's found unencumbered no strings attached pussy in need of a white knight

My questions:
- who paid for the house?
- why were they getting divorced?
- was the restraining order a 'real' one or a scheming female one?
- was the husband upset because his wife is dating other dudes, or because she's screwing other dudes in the home he paid for, in the bed he paid for?

In many states once a couple separates, all bets are off. The husband and wife can have sex with whomever they like and it is no longer considered adultery. When I divorced some years back, my lawyer told me that under no circumstance was I to leave my home. Once a man leave his home, he gives up all right to it and anything in it until the court rules. He cannot demand that his wife not entertain men in his home. He may still own it, but he isn't a resident of it and has nothing to say about what happens there.

My soon-to-be ex and her boyfriend were looking for a house to buy and that was going to take a few months. She suggested that maybe it would be better for me to move into an apartment until she moved into her new home. I told her not on her life. I'd rent her a place and she could leave, but I would not be leaving my home. Until she was gone, her boyfriend could not come to my home. If he showed up there, I'd have him arrested for trespassing. Had I taken her up on her suggestion, I could not have stopped him.


Seems like you have a good head on your shoulders.

Not to pour salt into a wound, but it sounds like she found herself a real charmer. He can't even provide a roof over his or his ladies head.
 
2012-08-13 01:59:43 PM

Nina Haagen Dazs: Cops still use revolvers?


Well this is NYC, so they have to use something on unarmed suspects.
 
2012-08-13 02:02:11 PM

easypray:
Was the restraining order a "real one"? wtf??


Yes, was the restraining order a real one. biatches lie. biatches lie during a marriage. biatches lie during separation. biatches lie to get what they want in a divorce. Yes, there are times when restraining orders are real, and woman really is in danger........ but there are times when a restraining order (like a domestic dispute call) is false, and just a means of a woman controlling a man, mocking a man, making a man pay. I have full sympathy for women who need real restraining orders. I have zero sympathy for females who play the 'what's yours is mine and what's mine is mine' game in a marriage and in a divorce.

Once a lady is no longer with you ...its time to let go of the whole, "but i own the bed" thing.

Once a woman decides it's over, she needs to get the fk out. Females do not need to play the 'poor widdle me with no place to go' game, and males need to stop thinking part of their manhood is defined by 'i'll be a man and let her stay in the house while I rent an apartment *and* pay the mortgage on the house she's not going to let me inside of.'

It's total bullshiat, man. Again, if she paid for that house, and it's in her name, and she paid for that bed -- and no, spreading one's legs does not equal payment -- then that's different. But if she effectively kicked dude out of his own home, and then rubbed his face in it by having different dudes fk her in the bed he paid for, in the house he may still be paying off.......... what he did isn't really acceptable, but I understand the husband.

She was intentionally being disrespectful to her husband, by fking those dudes in that bed. Understand women, dude. 'What's yours is mine, what's mine is mine.'

Its not really the bed your obsessing about, but more the vagina in the bed, and it really is hers to give out as she pleases.

She needs to give it out someplace else, not in the bed that her husband paid for, in the house he's paying for still. There's symbolism in all this.

Think about this way. Suppose you buy a new bed and you sell the old one on Kajiji ...do you ever think of the bed ever again...worry that some dude is ejaculating where you used to sleep? My guess is you do not. Its probably more healthy to think of an ex the same way.

She's a cheap biatch who depends upon men to pay for everything, and what she earns for herself is hers alone, but what her husband or lovers earn she considers also her property. If she was a woman of real means, she wouldn't fk in that house, and if she was really afraid of the husband she was separated from, she would not fk in that bed.

She would go out to a hotel or elsewhere to get fked. It would be the safest way to stay away from scary exhusband, as well as separating herself spiritually from the wedding bed. But she ain't doing that. Is she also fking her married lover in the bed he shares with his wife?

By fking lovers in her marriage bed, there are one of two things going through her head: a) she's taunting her soon to be exhusband, or b) she doesn't really consider her exhusband to be a threat, in spite of getting a restraining order on him.

She is not doing what she can in order to protect herself from a 'scary' individual. Therefore, that's why I'm asking whether the restraining order is a real one or a 'fake' one intended to give her a better bargaining position to get what she wants during the divorce.

I am a divorced male too ...its hard for me to understand the whole "worth shooting someone and going to jail over a slut ...
I don't understand it, either. Nobody is worth that. I'd still love to hear why they're separating, though.
 
2012-08-13 02:03:02 PM

Skr: Hah posed as his own Official Rep. That is pretty hilarious and probably additional hot water he will have to wade through.


Not in NYC. He will be back on the streets tasing people in 6 months.
 
2012-08-13 02:06:19 PM

EdNortonsTwin:

Okay, we get it Experian - you really hate your ex-wife.


Biatches ain't shiat. That's life. Some women have to deal with the aftermath, and bite their tongues when they see what's going on because no one is going to side with a man. That's life, too.
 
2012-08-13 02:07:02 PM

ExperianScaresCthulhu: Once a woman decides it's over, she needs to get the fk out. Females do not need to play the 'poor widdle me with no place to go' game, and males need to stop thinking part of their manhood is defined by 'i'll be a man and let her stay in the house while I rent an apartment *and* pay the mortgage on the house she's not going to let me inside of.'


So very much THIS!

That gentlemanly act often ends up as an adverse possession issue in the divorce.

As someone who lost a house I paid for to a 'poor widdle me' estranged spouse, I am not getting a kick out of these replies.
 
2012-08-13 02:07:19 PM
Scorned husbando should have just banged a prostitute on the front lawn while the soon-to-be-ex-wife was home.

Or three of them. At once.
 
2012-08-13 02:10:04 PM
Everything is fine, Louis is a great guy, wait for all the facts

www.welovetheiraqiinformationminister.com
 
2012-08-13 02:11:17 PM
WhyKnot~

Killer observations. And humbly admire your manners in passing the salt so sweetly.
 
2012-08-13 02:11:53 PM

ExperianScaresCthulhu: EdNortonsTwin:

Okay, we get it Experian - you really hate your ex-wife.

Biatches ain't shiat. That's life. Some women have to deal with the aftermath, and bite their tongues when they see what's going on because no one is going to side with a man. That's life, too.


May as well have shot his ex rather than the adulterer, hmm?
 
2012-08-13 02:11:58 PM

JackieRabbit: ExperianScaresCthulhu: - woman and man are separated, not divorced
- man is jealous of woman
- woman is screwing different dudes in their marital bed
- married cop thinks he's found unencumbered no strings attached pussy in need of a white knight

My questions:
- who paid for the house?
- why were they getting divorced?
- was the restraining order a 'real' one or a scheming female one?
- was the husband upset because his wife is dating other dudes, or because she's screwing other dudes in the home he paid for, in the bed he paid for?

In many states once a couple separates, all bets are off. The husband and wife can have sex with whomever they like and it is no longer considered adultery. When I divorced some years back, my lawyer told me that under no circumstance was I to leave my home. Once a man leave his home, he gives up all right to it and anything in it until the court rules. He cannot demand that his wife not entertain men in his home. He may still own it, but he isn't a resident of it and has nothing to say about what happens there.

My soon-to-be ex and her boyfriend were looking for a house to buy and that was going to take a few months. She suggested that maybe it would be better for me to move into an apartment until she moved into her new home. I told her not on her life. I'd rent her a place and she could leave, but I would not be leaving my home. Until she was gone, her boyfriend could not come to my home. If he showed up there, I'd have him arrested for trespassing. Had I taken her up on her suggestion, I could not have stopped him.


That's totally wrong, and that needs to change. If he's paying for it, he needs to be able to retain control over it. It's not right to make a man pay for some other dude to cuckold him while his wife devises ways to turn the screws tighter on him.

It'd be nice if there were a cultural provision where if two people have their name on a property, both parties get to decide who will and will not be at that property during a separation. You pay for it, you control it. If a female wants to entertain a dude, she needs to do it outside of that home she's only paying half on.. or nothing at all on.

Same would go for dudes. Don't entertain females inside the home during a separation. Do it outside of the home.
 
2012-08-13 02:14:07 PM

ExperianScaresCthulhu: bunch of words


While I don't totally disagree with your assessment (and I have a buddy who just got royally screwed in his recently finalized divorce), the law is tilted in favor of the woman. If the dude moved out as part of the separation, he has no legal right to the home (and if you count in the restraining order, was violating the law just by being there). Point is you do NOT move out of the house until you have an attorney secure your legal rights to the property (part of what screwed my buddy over, he moved out and then filed...she filed immediately after he moved out and beat him to the punch....he should have filed while living in the house THEN moved out).

We don't know their marital history...we do know from TFA that he was quasi-stalking her and the jealous type. So while you can say blah blah, respect; blah blah; marital bed; blah blah; she's a whore....it really doesn't matter from a legal perspective. He had no legal right to be there and he certainly had no right to shoot the guy banging his wife. It wasn't like he lived there and he hasn't lived there in 7 months.
 
2012-08-13 02:18:58 PM

ExperianScaresCthulhu: FTFA: "Dunbar and his wife separated in January, a friend said. She had changed the locks on their home and gotten a restraining order against him, the pal added. "He still came around. He would drive around this block all the time. It would be all hours of the day and night," she said."

- woman and man are separated, not divorced
- man is jealous of woman
- woman is screwing different dudes in their marital bed
- married cop thinks he's found unencumbered no strings attached pussy in need of a white knight

My questions:
- who paid for the house?
- why were they getting divorced?
- was the restraining order a 'real' one or a scheming female one?
- was the husband upset because his wife is dating other dudes, or because she's screwing other dudes in the home he paid for, in the bed he paid for?

The cop still could have come out sorta clean if he'd pulled the romance card and the white knight card. He'd be a dumbass, but he'd look like a dumbass following his heart as well as his dick, instead of a dumbass following just his dick. Slight difference.

That female is not worth all this drama: not for the cop, and not for the dude she's married to. She's going to come out of this scot free, though, even though she's the one starting the drama.


yes yes let the hate make you stronger.
 
2012-08-13 02:21:27 PM

WhyKnot: JackieRabbit: ExperianScaresCthulhu: - woman and man are separated, not divorced
- man is jealous of woman
- woman is screwing different dudes in their marital bed
- married cop thinks he's found unencumbered no strings attached pussy in need of a white knight

My questions:
- who paid for the house?
- why were they getting divorced?
- was the restraining order a 'real' one or a scheming female one?
- was the husband upset because his wife is dating other dudes, or because she's screwing other dudes in the home he paid for, in the bed he paid for?

In many states once a couple separates, all bets are off. The husband and wife can have sex with whomever they like and it is no longer considered adultery. When I divorced some years back, my lawyer told me that under no circumstance was I to leave my home. Once a man leave his home, he gives up all right to it and anything in it until the court rules. He cannot demand that his wife not entertain men in his home. He may still own it, but he isn't a resident of it and has nothing to say about what happens there.

My soon-to-be ex and her boyfriend were looking for a house to buy and that was going to take a few months. She suggested that maybe it would be better for me to move into an apartment until she moved into her new home. I told her not on her life. I'd rent her a place and she could leave, but I would not be leaving my home. Until she was gone, her boyfriend could not come to my home. If he showed up there, I'd have him arrested for trespassing. Had I taken her up on her suggestion, I could not have stopped him.

Seems like you have a good head on your shoulders.

Not to pour salt into a wound, but it sounds like she found herself a real charmer. He can't even provide a roof over his or his ladies head.


He's a gigolo. Money he's not using to spend on that mortgage and those utilities is money he can use to buy Dumb Ass biatch presents, trinkets, vacations, assorted doodads -- or more likely, drugs, alcohol, whatever. "Hey, baby, here's a fur coat." "Oh baby, you really love me, not like that mean old ex-husband who's been paying the mortgage and keeping the lights on."

If he's a good gigolo, he won't have a job, but he'll be really popular in her new (or old) circle of friends, and he'll have the charisma to have other people -- especially women -- give him shiat, while telling her she's his number one.
 
2012-08-13 02:31:37 PM

que.guero: ExperianScaresCthulhu: Once a woman decides it's over, she needs to get the fk out. Females do not need to play the 'poor widdle me with no place to go' game, and males need to stop thinking part of their manhood is defined by 'i'll be a man and let her stay in the house while I rent an apartment *and* pay the mortgage on the house she's not going to let me inside of.'

So very much THIS!

That gentlemanly act often ends up as an adverse possession issue in the divorce.

As someone who lost a house I paid for to a 'poor widdle me' estranged spouse, I am not getting a kick out of these replies.


The court is going to see you walking away from something as not needing or wanting it anymore. A lawyer would tell you that, and probably did tell your ex. Sorry you had to learn the hard way, but making rash choices - even just trusting someone you're breaking up with - is usually a very bad idea, and you'd think it would be common sense if lies and manipulation are why you're divorcing in the first place.
 
2012-08-13 02:33:24 PM

DeathCipris: FTA: "He's a great guy. I've known him for a long time," said the cop - sporting a small bruise under his right eye - outside the Staten Island home he shares with his wife. "The family has a lot going on..."


Ahahaha, he sounds like he moved in on his friend's lady as soon as he was out of the house. Might not be best friend, but that's just icing on top of the douchebag cake.
 
2012-08-13 02:33:38 PM
The ex husband will be charged with breaking and entering, assault on an officer, stalking and violating a restraining order. The cop will be in trouble with his own wife and the 'victim' will have her ex put away so she can continue her life.
Tada!
 
2012-08-13 02:41:19 PM

foxyshadis: DeathCipris: FTA: "He's a great guy. I've known him for a long time," said the cop - sporting a small bruise under his right eye - outside the Staten Island home he shares with his wife. "The family has a lot going on..."

Ahahaha, he sounds like he moved in on his friend's lady as soon as he was out of the house. Might not be best friend, but that's just icing on top of the douchebag cake.


It is Staten Island, after all.
The Douchebag Home World.
Or is that Assachusettes?
I get confused....
 
2012-08-13 02:43:14 PM

foxyshadis: The court is going to see you walking away from something as not needing or wanting it anymore. A lawyer would tell you that, and probably did tell your ex. Sorry you had to learn the hard way, but making rash choices - even just trusting someone you're breaking up with - is usually a very bad idea, and you'd think it would be common sense if lies and manipulation are why you're divorcing in the first place.


This. I told my buddy to play hardball. Long story short. They're both alcoholics. My buddy is approaching his 5th year of sobriety and his wife is still drinking. They have a 11 year-old son. He has had a number of drunk-driving arrests prior to finding sobriety. He could have had her busted for drunk driving, child abuse (she locked their son in his bedroom all day because she was hungover...the kid escaped out the window and pounded on the front door), or any number of alcohol-related offenses BEFORE he moved out and filed. When they were married they made about the same amount of money (she's a hair stylist, he's a mechanic), but she claimed only $19k on her taxes (since a lot of her pay was tips). He has to pay $1300 a month in child support AND alimony. That's about HALF his take-home pay a month. So while he's living in a tiny 1 bedroom apartment, she's in the house living large.

Moral of the story: Play hardball, because she will.
 
2012-08-13 02:51:46 PM

PlusCestLaMeme: I missed the part where the article actually said the cop was married. Citation needed.


It was in the Daily News. What is this area coming too when the Post is classier than the News?

JackieRabbit: In many states once a couple separates, all bets are off. The husband and wife can have sex with whomever they like and it is no longer considered adultery.


In NJ you can now file for just irreconcilable differences -- no blame, no proof of adultery needed.

Once a man leave his home, he gives up all right to it and anything in it until the court rules.

My wife and I were friends with a couple in that situation. They broke up just as the housing market started crashing. Neither would leave the house. Amazingly it did not turn into a War of the Roses type of thing (helped it was a McMansion with a lot of space). By time they finally sold the house, they were both engaged to other people.

This happened in my development. Kind of wild seeing all the K-9 units and TV news vans around the neighborhood Saturday morning (slept through the chopter). There was still someone from the media parked out in front of that house this morning.

/look what happens when NYC follows people down to NJ
 
2012-08-13 03:02:33 PM
here's a tip for the newly separated. You're vurnerable, which makes you an easy target, low hanging fruit. Don't stick you pecker in anything until you are satisfied you will be forever alone, and have bankrolled enough that you can rent to own your dates.
 
2012-08-13 03:49:23 PM
The only happy ending to this story would involve his shooting both of them dead and then committing suicide.
 
2012-08-13 03:54:03 PM

WhyKnot: JackieRabbit: ExperianScaresCthulhu: - woman and man are separated, not divorced
- man is jealous of woman
- woman is screwing different dudes in their marital bed
- married cop thinks he's found unencumbered no strings attached pussy in need of a white knight

My questions:
- who paid for the house?
- why were they getting divorced?
- was the restraining order a 'real' one or a scheming female one?
- was the husband upset because his wife is dating other dudes, or because she's screwing other dudes in the home he paid for, in the bed he paid for?

In many states once a couple separates, all bets are off. The husband and wife can have sex with whomever they like and it is no longer considered adultery. When I divorced some years back, my lawyer told me that under no circumstance was I to leave my home. Once a man leave his home, he gives up all right to it and anything in it until the court rules. He cannot demand that his wife not entertain men in his home. He may still own it, but he isn't a resident of it and has nothing to say about what happens there.

My soon-to-be ex and her boyfriend were looking for a house to buy and that was going to take a few months. She suggested that maybe it would be better for me to move into an apartment until she moved into her new home. I told her not on her life. I'd rent her a place and she could leave, but I would not be leaving my home. Until she was gone, her boyfriend could not come to my home. If he showed up there, I'd have him arrested for trespassing. Had I taken her up on her suggestion, I could not have stopped him.

Seems like you have a good head on your shoulders.

Not to pour salt into a wound, but it sounds like she found herself a real charmer. He can't even provide a roof over his or his ladies head.


Yeah, he was a real jewel. I got a call from his soon-to-be ex, who told me the reason she was divorcing him was because he had five different women in as many cities (he traveled for business). Someone he worked with (he didn't know I had a friend where he worked) told me that all the women were married and and his MO was to hook up with these married women and as soon as they dumped their husbands, he did the disappearing act. I did attempt to warn my wife off, but, of course, she didn't want to hear any of it. Well, he's long gone now and she's struggling to make the mortgage. It isn't my problem; hasn't been for years. It ceased to be my problem the day she left.
 
2012-08-13 04:05:22 PM

JackieRabbit: WhyKnot: JackieRabbit: ExperianScaresCthulhu: - woman and man are separated, not divorced
- man is jealous of woman
- woman is screwing different dudes in their marital bed
- married cop thinks he's found unencumbered no strings attached pussy in need of a white knight

My questions:
- who paid for the house?
- why were they getting divorced?
- was the restraining order a 'real' one or a scheming female one?
- was the husband upset because his wife is dating other dudes, or because she's screwing other dudes in the home he paid for, in the bed he paid for?

In many states once a couple separates, all bets are off. The husband and wife can have sex with whomever they like and it is no longer considered adultery. When I divorced some years back, my lawyer told me that under no circumstance was I to leave my home. Once a man leave his home, he gives up all right to it and anything in it until the court rules. He cannot demand that his wife not entertain men in his home. He may still own it, but he isn't a resident of it and has nothing to say about what happens there.

My soon-to-be ex and her boyfriend were looking for a house to buy and that was going to take a few months. She suggested that maybe it would be better for me to move into an apartment until she moved into her new home. I told her not on her life. I'd rent her a place and she could leave, but I would not be leaving my home. Until she was gone, her boyfriend could not come to my home. If he showed up there, I'd have him arrested for trespassing. Had I taken her up on her suggestion, I could not have stopped him.

Seems like you have a good head on your shoulders.

Not to pour salt into a wound, but it sounds like she found herself a real charmer. He can't even provide a roof over his or his ladies head.

Yeah, he was a real jewel. I got a call from his soon-to-be ex, who told me the reason she was divorcing him was because he had five different women in as many cities (he traveled for business). Someone he worked with (he didn't know I had a friend where he worked) told me that all the women were married and and his MO was to hook up with these married women and as soon as they dumped their husbands, he did the disappearing act. I did attempt to warn my wife off, but, of course, she didn't want to hear any of it. Well, he's long gone now and she's struggling to make the mortgage. It isn't my problem; hasn't been for years. It ceased to be my problem the day she left.


Yeah, but doesn't it give you some level of satisfaction to know she's suffering for her stupid decisions?
 
2012-08-13 06:17:26 PM

JesusJuice: JackieRabbit: WhyKnot: JackieRabbit: ExperianScaresCthulhu: - woman and man are separated, not divorced
- man is jealous of woman
- woman is screwing different dudes in their marital bed
- married cop thinks he's found unencumbered no strings attached pussy in need of a white knight

My questions:
- who paid for the house?
- why were they getting divorced?
- was the restraining order a 'real' one or a scheming female one?
- was the husband upset because his wife is dating other dudes, or because she's screwing other dudes in the home he paid for, in the bed he paid for?

In many states once a couple separates, all bets are off. The husband and wife can have sex with whomever they like and it is no longer considered adultery. When I divorced some years back, my lawyer told me that under no circumstance was I to leave my home. Once a man leave his home, he gives up all right to it and anything in it until the court rules. He cannot demand that his wife not entertain men in his home. He may still own it, but he isn't a resident of it and has nothing to say about what happens there.

My soon-to-be ex and her boyfriend were looking for a house to buy and that was going to take a few months. She suggested that maybe it would be better for me to move into an apartment until she moved into her new home. I told her not on her life. I'd rent her a place and she could leave, but I would not be leaving my home. Until she was gone, her boyfriend could not come to my home. If he showed up there, I'd have him arrested for trespassing. Had I taken her up on her suggestion, I could not have stopped him.

Seems like you have a good head on your shoulders.

Not to pour salt into a wound, but it sounds like she found herself a real charmer. He can't even provide a roof over his or his ladies head.

Yeah, he was a real jewel. I got a call from his soon-to-be ex, who told me the reason she was divorcing him was because he had five different women in as many cities (he traveled for business). Someone he worked with (he didn't know I had a friend where he worked) told me that all the women were married and and his MO was to hook up with these married women and as soon as they dumped their husbands, he did the disappearing act. I did attempt to warn my wife off, but, of course, she didn't want to hear any of it. Well, he's long gone now and she's struggling to make the mortgage. It isn't my problem; hasn't been for years. It ceased to be my problem the day she left.

Yeah, but doesn't it give you some level of satisfaction to know she's suffering for her stupid decisions?


My guess is no; although she ripped out his heart, he still cares for her, thus he does not take comfort from her pain.
 
2012-08-13 08:27:42 PM

WhyKnot: Not sure who to root for...

Cop was plowing someone who wasn't his wife, but the suspect was stalking his [suspect's] estranged wife.

I will root for the cop. Stalking an ex is not cool.


i admire your approval of adultery. hopefully you will never be on the receiving end.

this couple is not divorced. stalker husband might still be very much in love with his wife.

i am kind of surprised the husband did not get shot & killed in this scenario. no doubt he's going to be in the clink for these shenanigans. it's sad, this guys life is a mess and he's only 35.
 
2012-08-13 08:55:52 PM
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2012-08-13 08:58:13 PM

KrispyKritter: WhyKnot: Not sure who to root for...

Cop was plowing someone who wasn't his wife, but the suspect was stalking his [suspect's] estranged wife.

I will root for the cop. Stalking an ex is not cool.

i admire your approval of adultery. hopefully you will never be on the receiving end.

this couple is not divorced. stalker husband might still be very much in love with his wife.

i am kind of surprised the husband did not get shot & killed in this scenario. no doubt he's going to be in the clink for these shenanigans. it's sad, this guys life is a mess and he's only 35.


Soooo you pick stalker over adulteror?

The couple is separated, there is a restraining order, and neighbor says 'estranged' husband cruises around all the time.

Who cares if he is still in love with his wife...his 'estranged' wife didn't return the affection and sought legal protection in order to avoid such 'love'.

If I had to pick between the two, I go with adulteror.
 
2012-08-14 05:26:23 AM

KrispyKritter: this couple is not divorced. stalker husband might still be very much in love with his wife.


Yeah, because a guy not wanting to hear the word "no" makes it alright to ignore that "no". Persistence makes it all better and he'll get the girl of his dreams. Never mind that he makes her life hell to get there, but go with that. No means no.
 
2012-08-14 09:24:19 AM
I heard that the soon-to-be-ex-husband just didn't want the boyfriend staying over. Not so much a "never see other people" thing as a "don't start muddying up our kids' lives" thing.
 
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