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(NJ.com)   Gordon from Sesame Street learns new word: Brrr - oke. Broke   (nj.com) divider line 70
    More: Sad, Sesame Street, Brrr, Superior Court Judge Ned Rosenberg, Montclair, Rosenberg  
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2013-09-24 04:17:26 PM
Brr-oke would be a routine from The Electric Company. Just ask Easy Reader.
 
2013-09-24 05:58:53 PM
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
 
2013-09-24 05:59:35 PM
Looking at the state of his kids...they might need the money more than he does...

www.themarysue.com
 
2013-09-24 06:00:06 PM
Our show today is brought to you by the letter "B" and the number "0".
 
2013-09-24 06:02:12 PM
An odd addition to the cast if you ask me
 
2013-09-24 06:04:09 PM
Divorce will do that to a person.

I'll never understand chicks who cohabitate, pop out loinfruit, never get married, and then act all surprised they have to sue for support.  But then again, I'l never understand dudes who just up and dump their families for a fresher piece of ass.  Is it really worth all the lost cash?  Just book a trip to Vegas and head over to Bunny Ranch once in a while.
 
2013-09-24 06:06:38 PM
I don't think he should have to pay permanently. Maybe enough for vocational training, but it is silly he has to provide for her forever. I mean, she raised the kids, but when the kids left the house she had every right to pursue a career. She didn't, but how is that his fault?
 
2013-09-24 06:10:26 PM

hailin: I don't think he should have to pay permanently. Maybe enough for vocational training, but it is silly he has to provide for her forever. I mean, she raised the kids, but when the kids left the house she had every right to pursue a career. She didn't, but how is that his fault?


If it was the agreement between the two that she not work and he was okay with it / allowed it to continue then it is very much his fault.
 
2013-09-24 06:11:44 PM
Rosenberg said Orman must continue paying palimony even though the unmarried couple had never agreed to anything in writing.

Yet another example of the courts screwing over the guy when it comes to divorce.

This is bullshiat.
 
2013-09-24 06:12:50 PM
Today's word on the street is "grease".  He gonna "grease" that biatch.
 
2013-09-24 06:16:29 PM
A pox on both of them.
Together for 40 years, but never married.
She changed her name to hyphenate with his.

Dumbasses all around.
 
2013-09-24 06:16:37 PM
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Common-law marriages, how do they work?
 
2013-09-24 06:16:41 PM

silverjets: Rosenberg said Orman must continue paying palimony even though the unmarried couple had never agreed to anything in writing.

Yet another example of the courts screwing over the guy when it comes to divorce.

This is bullshiat.


I agreed until I got to this part...

"Orman dedicated his memoir "Sesame Street Dad: Evolution of an Actor," to Joiner-Orman. "To my wife, Sharon Joiner-Orman, thanks for providing this story and my life with true meaning," the ackowledgement reads."
 
2013-09-24 06:17:58 PM
He needs to find a better way to manage his stress.
 
2013-09-24 06:19:00 PM
FTA: "[the] defendant came to believe that his obligation to support plaintiff was a moral one, not a legal one"

So one lesson learned from this case is: never willingly give your ex one red cent after the breakup as it could be used to set a precedence regarding palimony.

Nice to see that no good deed goes unpunished.
 
2013-09-24 06:22:25 PM

gadian: hailin: I don't think he should have to pay permanently. Maybe enough for vocational training, but it is silly he has to provide for her forever. I mean, she raised the kids, but when the kids left the house she had every right to pursue a career. She didn't, but how is that his fault?

If it was the agreement between the two that she not work and he was okay with it / allowed it to continue then it is very much his fault.


It was a verbal agreement, not a written one. She could be lying for all we know. I'm sure everyone married at some point says "I'll take care of you forever." Courts usually don't find that a binding agreement in divorce cases.
 
2013-09-24 06:23:09 PM
Where's this defense of marriage outrage?
 
2013-09-24 06:23:57 PM
Well, he was living on the street when we met him.
Camping on stoops,   talking to critters in garbage cans,
 
2013-09-24 06:25:07 PM
Not coming from the 70-somethings in Congress dumping their old ladies.

/answered my own

//thank you very little
 
2013-09-24 06:26:39 PM
Sounds like he got a liberal taste of justice.Enjoy your redistribution of wealth ....
 
2013-09-24 06:27:28 PM
Divorcing your wife in her/your 60s?

That strange better be worth it, because you're losing all your stuff.
 
2013-09-24 06:29:16 PM
Poor Gordon, he put his days of being a "fancy pimp" behind him but it looks like "Willie Dynamite" is going back to his spot as the Mack daddy of Sesame Street.

/Prairie Dawn is  MY Hoe, so you best pay the lady 'fore I cut yo' jive ass Bert!
 
2013-09-24 06:29:24 PM

hailin: It was a verbal agreement, not a written one. She could be lying for all we know. I'm sure everyone married at some point says "I'll take care of you forever." Courts usually don't find that a binding agreement in divorce cases.


He could be lying as well.  Since it was never in writing and he never indicated that he would stop support if they separated in writing, the court rules to continue support rather than stop it just to be cautious.
 
2013-09-24 06:30:57 PM

Steve Zodiac: Brr-oke would be a routine from The Electric Company. Just ask Easy Reader.


This.  Subby fails.  Fff...   ails....  Fails.

To think, he wasted 40 years on that biatch when he could have been banging Maria.

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(Happy Grover!)
 
2013-09-24 06:31:19 PM
She's gonna be rich with all that big money from public television.
 
2013-09-24 06:32:56 PM

hailin: gadian: hailin: I don't think he should have to pay permanently. Maybe enough for vocational training, but it is silly he has to provide for her forever. I mean, she raised the kids, but when the kids left the house she had every right to pursue a career. She didn't, but how is that his fault?

If it was the agreement between the two that she not work and he was okay with it / allowed it to continue then it is very much his fault.

It was a verbal agreement, not a written one. She could be lying for all we know. I'm sure everyone married at some point says "I'll take care of you forever." Courts usually don't find that a binding agreement in divorce cases.


That's because divorce cases have specific mechanisms in place for spousal support, so implied contracts aren't part of it.  Cohabitation and palimony cases are more of a contractual matter, so in a "marriage-like" relationship (there are actual requirements in order to qualify, courts really need a more official-sounding term than "marriage-like") an implied agreement can be highly relevant in the absence of an express contract.
 
2013-09-24 06:36:05 PM
fair enough; she should continue to clean his house, cook and shop for him.
 
2013-09-24 06:37:16 PM
There is a reason why you get married this is the big one.
 
2013-09-24 06:39:30 PM

fickenchucker: Divorce will do that to a person.

I'll never understand chicks who cohabitate, pop out loinfruit, never get married, and then act all surprised they have to sue for support.  But then again, I'l never understand dudes who just up and dump their families for a fresher piece of ass.  Is it really worth all the lost cash?  Just book a trip to Vegas and head over to Bunny Ranch once in a while.


Next week on 3-2-1 Contact! "Put a ring on it"
 
2013-09-24 06:39:53 PM
Time for the Fark MRA brigade to educate us on how ALL WOMEN ARE WHORES.
 
2013-09-24 06:41:55 PM
And that's why Elmo's big idea for today is: Common Law Marriage!
 
2013-09-24 06:42:04 PM

hailin: I don't think he should have to pay permanently. Maybe enough for vocational training, but it is silly he has to provide for her forever. I mean, she raised the kids, but when the kids left the house she had every right to pursue a career. She didn't, but how is that his fault?


I'm sure many businesses would be thrilled to hire a woman in her 60s who hasn't worked in 40 years and has recently completed vocational training. That will be in no way a waste of time and money for everyone involved.

She probably didn't work enough to be eligible for full social security either, and NJ doesn't actually recognize common law marriage so she's SOL when it comes to that source of income.
 
2013-09-24 06:42:38 PM

super_grass: Time for the Fark MRA brigade to educate us on how ALL WOMEN ARE WHORES.


Dude I'm a woman and I think we're whores.
 
2013-09-24 06:45:48 PM

alice_600: Dude I'm a woman and I think we're whores.


Don't tell them that.  The collective orgasm of men rushing to condemn us while seeking to control our sinful, lusty urges will send ripples through the force that will take decades to dissipate.
 
2013-09-24 06:48:11 PM

gadian: alice_600: Dude I'm a woman and I think we're whores.

Don't tell them that.  The collective orgasm of men rushing to condemn us while seeking to control our sinful, lusty urges will send ripples through the force that will take decades to dissipate.


Or until they wipe their browsing history.
 
2013-09-24 06:48:20 PM

focusthis: Where's this defense of marriage outrage?




Let's scrap the whole thing. You can still have your ceremony, though.
 
2013-09-24 06:48:34 PM

alice_600: super_grass: Time for the Fark MRA brigade to educate us on how ALL WOMEN ARE WHORES.

Dude I'm a woman and I think we're whores.


How you doin'?
 
2013-09-24 06:50:43 PM

hailin: I don't think he should have to pay permanently. Maybe enough for vocational training, but it is silly he has to provide for her forever. I mean, she raised the kids, but when the kids left the house she had every right to pursue a career. She didn't, but how is that his fault?


BTW - some quick googling shows that their youngest child graduated from high school in 2012. So they split up while they still had a child in the house.
 
2013-09-24 06:52:16 PM
lots of people seem to think 40 years doesn't mean anything unless you have paperwork done. these people probably view all relationships as business transactions and go on about how "love" doesn't really exist, spouses and kids are just parasites, their new Ayn Rand Real Doll with fire ant vagina, et cetera.
 
2013-09-24 06:59:15 PM

Clock Spider Jerusalem: Ayn Rand Real Doll with fire ant vagina


My Ayn Rand Real Doll has a crazy ant vagina. Just to keep it real.
 
2013-09-24 06:59:45 PM

Danger Avoid Death: alice_600: super_grass: Time for the Fark MRA brigade to educate us on how ALL WOMEN ARE WHORES.

Dude I'm a woman and I think we're whores.

How you doin'?


Well I am single so pretty lonely.
 
2013-09-24 07:00:29 PM

gadian: alice_600: Dude I'm a woman and I think we're whores.

Don't tell them that.  The collective orgasm of men rushing to condemn us while seeking to control our sinful, lusty urges will send ripples through the force that will take decades to dissipate.


Oh go back to tumblr!
 
2013-09-24 07:03:07 PM

alice_600: gadian: alice_600: Dude I'm a woman and I think we're whores.

Don't tell them that.  The collective orgasm of men rushing to condemn us while seeking to control our sinful, lusty urges will send ripples through the force that will take decades to dissipate.

Oh go back to tumblr!


tumblr sounds like a website full of party cups.
 
2013-09-24 07:03:59 PM
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They weren't legally married, had no "contract", and the judge effectively reversed a recently passed law that states any palimony agreements must be in writing...?

I'm not saying Gordon isn't a dick for ditching his partner of 40 years for an upgrade but this seems slightly... RETARDED.
 
2013-09-24 07:08:30 PM

RedHeadLover: Looking at the state of his kids...they might need the money more than he does...

[www.themarysue.com image 580x300]


Pretty sure that's not the same Gordon.
 
2013-09-24 07:10:22 PM
man all those years of Sesame Street and Elmo gets it on with teenage boys and Gordon dumps his wife and Bob killed that guy in a bar in Rochester. where the hell is Prairie Dawn?
 
2013-09-24 07:11:10 PM
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2013-09-24 07:11:49 PM
Plenty of appeal fodder here, until the money for lawyers runs out.
 
2013-09-24 07:12:26 PM
The article says he dedicated his book to her, called her his 'wife' AND says she provided the 'true meaning' in his life.

This guy went out of his way to provide her with all the ammo she needs to get an exemption to that state's palimony law.
 
2013-09-24 07:13:54 PM

Bith Set Me Up: [img.photobucket.com image 717x324]


nice
 
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