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[#] Thu Dec 26 2013 00:06:32 EST from ax25 @ Uncensored

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[#] Thu Dec 26 2013 09:56:10 EST from Ladyhawke @ Uncensored

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"Hello, Dave"



[#] Wed Jan 01 2014 10:52:18 EST from Shazam @ Uncensored

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A few days ago my parents invited me to a movie. (My dad and his wife, for those who might remember my mom)
They made it clear it would make them SO happy to have me along. I was immediately overcome with guilt.
I can't leave the house. Like, ever. Unless it's to do grocery shopping or car pool. But I can't disappoint my dad either.
I explained thw whole dillemma to Adina (13) and she agreed to babysit Yaakov and said I should go.
To understand, I do not go out to movies. The cost and the horrible waste of time make the idea of going out to movies repugnant. But my dad wanted me to go out, and I went out with him and Rina.

The time in the quiet dark theater lent itself to thinking things through a little and I realized that every time one of my friends tries to hang out with me, I blow them off. Every time. I don't have time to hang out, to go hiking, to go to classes or book club or anything. I can't. I have to be home, the home and the kids need me. Going out to the movies a few hours with my parents had me wracked with guilt the entire time I was out over having abandoned the family. Staying home, I would have been wracked with guilt for disappointing my father. It's like having friends is a no-win situation, but I KNOW that's not right.

Oh yeah, I also leave the house for parent-teacher meetings

[#] Sat Jan 04 2014 20:08:29 EST from the_mgt @ Uncensored

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So, was the movie any good?

What about leaving the kids with their grand parents while going out? I have no love for babysitters, but if the grandparents take care of our son, we do like to go on a christmas shopping spree, to a nice dinner or we visit a (movie) theatre. The kid does enjoy the time with grandpa, too.

But I rarely find the time to meet with friends, too. It is getting better now that our son grows up a little.



[#] Mon Jan 06 2014 12:29:59 EST from Shazam @ Uncensored

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Yes! Actually, Yaakov asks for my father (Saba) to babysit him. When he talks to Saba on the phone I hear him say "Please babysit me".
Yeah. My dad is often tired and/or busy but occasionally I get him to babysit. I should ask him to babysit for things other than dentist appointments or parent-teacher nights. I should ask him if he minds babysitting just so I can go hiking. He would probably be delighted.

[#] Mon Jan 06 2014 19:21:30 EST from the_mgt @ Uncensored

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Do so! Babysitting grandpas are a win-win-win-win situation....



[#] Tue Jan 07 2014 08:38:42 EST from LoanShark @ Uncensored

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See, somehow this has to work better. Those Other People seem to balance kids with physical activity... they can't just all be super(wo)?men

[#] Wed Jan 08 2014 10:58:10 EST from Shazam @ Uncensored

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Actually, I'm fairly certain they are. I strive to be too.

[#] Wed Jan 08 2014 11:28:15 EST from LoanShark @ Uncensored

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how old is your youngest now? one of these days they gots to come hiking WITH you.

[#] Wed Jan 08 2014 12:33:03 EST from Ladyhawke @ Uncensored

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Suspect part of the reason for the hiking is so that they are NOT with her...  :-)



[#] Wed Jan 08 2014 15:30:24 EST from LoanShark @ Uncensored

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lulz...

[#] Thu Jan 09 2014 11:31:29 EST from Shazam @ Uncensored

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Yeah, he's 3 now. Too heavy to carry and too young to hike. Last time I tried it we were to a park on Rt 202 which also has a dog run, and so they have lots of dogs there. There's also a lake. As soon as I entered the park with Yaakov, he ran to the lake to see the doggies. And we stayed there for the entire hour and half, with him tossing pebbles in the water and squealing with happiness at all the dogs. He had fun and was adorable. But I can't take him hiking yet.

Ladyhawke, you are so right. I try to wake up about 5am to exercise. I didn't realize I was doing it in order to have time away from the kids till my oldest, Shlomo, started waking up with me at 5 and I found myself seriously resenting his presence and incessant chatter during what had been "my" time. But really, he's right. He literally never has time to spend with me or talk to me otherwise.


[#] Thu Jan 09 2014 13:50:57 EST from the_mgt @ Uncensored

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But seriously, you should take time for yourself. Have the dad watch after the kids and go on s shopping spree, hiking or simply sitting in a park staring at ducks. Dads can be assholes about that, since we enjoy staring at TVs our self very much... 



[#] Thu Jan 09 2014 14:06:59 EST from Shazam @ Uncensored

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The idea is so tantalizing. It's on my mind, I'll probably work it out soon.

[#] Fri Jan 29 2016 02:33:43 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

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well, I guess this case is something for the tinfoil hatters:

http://thejusticegap.com/2016/01/12400/

undercover officers starting relationships with their work subjects to better monitor them. So sick.



[#] Fri Jan 29 2016 09:43:16 EST from zooer @ Uncensored

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I don't think this is anything new, it is a typical undercover sting operation.  

People not being dishonest in a relationship isn't new either.



[#] Thu Feb 04 2016 10:11:37 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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The article says they are "social and environmental campaigners" so I'm going to automatically side with the police. In fact, they claim to have been "abused" which is patently ridiculous. If they are SJW's then they really do need to be beaten.

[#] Fri Feb 05 2016 08:34:02 EST from zooer @ Uncensored

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The officer should get hazard pay for having sex with one of those people.



[#] Mon Feb 08 2016 15:30:27 EST from anonymous @ Uncensored

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And if you are looking for some juicy stuff...

MARCO RUBIO....
Arrested at age 18 having been caught in a 'known gay cruising area' in a Miami park...

[#] Mon Feb 08 2016 15:53:30 EST from zooer @ Uncensored

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You need details, references and sources for that, the most important thing is what was he arrested for.  Arrested at 18 for a misdemeanor might be not that big of a deal.  Not only is "a known gay area in Miami" broad accusation, it is meaningless.  South Beach can be considered a "gay area" but it has great restaurants, entertainment and the beach, it is visited by heterosexuals and many tourists.  

Come back with details and facts and leave out the demographics.   Thanks

 



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