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BIGJosh
02-09-2009, 12:07 AM
My ex GF broke up w/me some 5+ yrs ago, then, moved back to the city we met in, a few months later, moves to TX, and within a yr, is married to a guy, and has a kid.

My questions to you are this:

Do you think this is a rebound marriage(as I doubt that only knowing someone for such a short time, especially after getting out of a LTR), and she was trying to rush to find someone else?

She used to tell me all the time how she loved me and wanted to spend the rest of her life w/me. Sure we had problems like every other relationship did, but why so fast on the rebound? Why tell me that stuff, and then do something like this? is she psycho?

Do you think this will last(it's been 4 years that she's been married & now has a kid by him)? Also, she is a manic depressive and will go off @ the slightest of things.

I dont wish any ill will on her, but I was wondering if any of you girls think it will last? or, do you think she'll self destruct? Also, w most "first marriages ending in divorce" @ an alarming rate, do you see this marriage working? They say the average 1st marriage lasts about 6-10 years, before one or both are unhappy. She was unhappy @ times and would cry for no reason @ all, and she's very emotional.


So, what do you all think?

Kylea2
02-09-2009, 12:30 AM
This really has nothing to do with dance or strip clubs, so I'm not sure why you are posting it here unless she was a dancer?

Anyhow, if she's been with him for four years the chances are that she's over you. You lost your golden opportunity. Try to be happy that she found someone and just pray that he's good to her.

IF If if - they happen to divorce, you better be by her right away and telling her you were sorry for not doing everything in your power to keep her the first time - and propose. Really the kicker is that women simply get tired of waiting around for guys to "be ready". If sounds like she knew what she wanted and that was marriage, which you apparently hadn't offered her yet.

Personally, I would guess that she won't be getting divorced any time soon if she married him that fast.

BIGJosh
02-09-2009, 03:21 AM
Oh yeah, forgot to mention she was a stripper.

Kylea2
02-09-2009, 03:37 AM
Chances are she won't be back for you... or at least not on her own. I hate to say it, but one of the good things about dancers is that they tend to think better of themselves and usually "upgrade". Even if she divorces him, she'll probably have another guy that is better lined up that is even better.

Basically don't count on anything, because you shouldn't set yourself up for disappointment. About the most you could do is maintain some sort of friendship with her so that IF she ever divorces him, you might stand a chance with her again.

missmays1983
02-09-2009, 01:55 PM
My ex GF broke up w/me some 5+ yrs ago, then, moved back to the city we met in, a few months later, moves to TX, and within a yr, is married to a guy, and has a kid.

My questions to you are this:

Do you think this is a rebound marriage(as I doubt that only knowing someone for such a short time, especially after getting out of a LTR), and she was trying to rush to find someone else?

She used to tell me all the time how she loved me and wanted to spend the rest of her life w/me. Sure we had problems like every other relationship did, but why so fast on the rebound? Why tell me that stuff, and then do something like this? is she psycho?

Do you think this will last(it's been 4 years that she's been married & now has a kid by him)? Also, she is a manic depressive and will go off @ the slightest of things.

I dont wish any ill will on her, but I was wondering if any of you girls think it will last? or, do you think she'll self destruct? Also, w most "first marriages ending in divorce" @ an alarming rate, do you see this marriage working? They say the average 1st marriage lasts about 6-10 years, before one or both are unhappy. She was unhappy @ times and would cry for no reason @ all, and she's very emotional.


So, what do you all think?


In my opinion...none of the above sentences in bold have anything to do with anything...at least not in the way you seem to think that they do....just because she is manic depressive does not mean her marriage is going to fail. Just because she said certain things to you and then a year after you two break up and she moves on does not mean that she didnt mean those things that she told you, and it definitely does not mean she is psycho...come on now.

sounds like for whatever reason things between you two went south and she moved on in which ever way was best for her, and you in turn have not moved on...why? why are you so concerned with whether or not she is in a stable marriage and whether or not it will last? is she the 'one that got away'? did she tell you why she was breaking up with you?

either way it's been five years and you should really move on...if you had something to say to her, you should have done it a looooooong time ago...sitting around thinking about her and her marriage is not going to get you anywhere, regardless of whether or not her marriage turns out to be a success. and if her marriage doesnt last....so what? but it seems to me you are hoping or looking for hope that it may fail, and that's not cool, even if it is because you want her back (not saying that you do, but come on, you know it sounds that way by your post.)...

let it go. you are wasting time and energy...

just my opinion. no offense intended...but ive been on both sides of a situation like this before...

good luck

CKXXX
02-09-2009, 03:07 PM
The question is..why are you obsessing over it? Its been FIVE years. Let it go...shes with someone else,they have a kid. She isnt yours anymore and hasnt been in a very long time. Move on.

charlie61
02-09-2009, 03:23 PM
Do you think this is a rebound marriage(as I doubt that only knowing someone for such a short time, especially after getting out of a LTR), and she was trying to rush to find someone else?


So, what do you all think?

Sometimes "rebounds" actually provide a kind of clarity that you can only possess after getting out of another relationship. It's usually at this point where you're like "I know exactly what I DON'T want, and I'm going to find something that I DO want."

For me, these are the times when I'm not putting up with anyone's bullshit, so I can find someone who is actually a better choice for myself.

My current relationship started as a rebound, but it's the longest relationship I've ever been in.

And I'd agree with whoever said that you should get over it. Don't waste your time, don't waste her time. You're becoming that guy who can't get over the relationship from five years ago, ya know?

Lucifer911
02-10-2009, 04:31 AM
My ex GF broke up w/me some 5+ yrs ago, then, moved back to the city we met in, a few months later, moves to TX, and within a yr, is married to a guy, and has a kid.

My questions to you are this:

Do you think this is a rebound marriage(as I doubt that only knowing someone for such a short time, especially after getting out of a LTR), and she was trying to rush to find someone else?

She used to tell me all the time how she loved me and wanted to spend the rest of her life w/me. Sure we had problems like every other relationship did, but why so fast on the rebound? Why tell me that stuff, and then do something like this? is she psycho?

Do you think this will last(it's been 4 years that she's been married & now has a kid by him)? Also, she is a manic depressive and will go off @ the slightest of things.

I dont wish any ill will on her, but I was wondering if any of you girls think it will last? or, do you think she'll self destruct? Also, w most "first marriages ending in divorce" @ an alarming rate, do you see this marriage working? They say the average 1st marriage lasts about 6-10 years, before one or both are unhappy. She was unhappy @ times and would cry for no reason @ all, and she's very emotional.


So, what do you all think?

I'm not a woman but I do have a theory.. incase you are wanting to get back with her. One of the advantages you have over her current husband is you were with her first and have been with her longer (so far) Sometimes old flames always burn...

I guess having a kid gives you slightly less odds of you 2 ending up together but it can still be done. She broke up with you for a reason... there was something about you which wasn't fulfilling her needs. I don't believe that saying 'its not you - its a me problem'. That is just a nice way of her not hurting your feelings.

Like that Kylea girl said... strippers upgrade... well the good news is you can upgrade too and use self improvement to maximise your desirable qualities I love it when hearing stories about a woman who breaks up with a guy because he is going nowhere or is a loser. Few years later he is a millionaire while her circumstances are exactly the same or worse }:D

The question to you is do you really want her back? you should watch Oceans 11 which contained a good storyline involving this exact scenario.
You don't have to rob a casino though to win her back lol.. you just need to show her how much you changed.

oh.. there are techniques to sabotage her current marriage too... but if the marriage is well and good your chances become slimmer.

'Impossible is just a state of mind'....

missmays1983
02-10-2009, 01:33 PM
^no no no no no nononononononononononononoooooooooo!

noelle
02-10-2009, 08:41 PM
Wow, great post Lucifer911. You are true to your name!

Sabotage her marriage? What the fuck? She has a CHILD with this man and has been with him for four years.

BigJosh, your energy spent wondering whether or not your ex's new relationship will work could be better spent moving on with your life, improving yourself, and meeting someone new.

Kylea2
02-10-2009, 08:51 PM
Like that Kylea girl said

Thanks hun... I'm going to remember that and start refering to you as that "Lucifer boy". LOL }:D


Wow, great post Lucifer911. You are true to your name!

Yes, apparently he is trying to live up to it!

MarvelGirl
02-11-2009, 12:30 PM
I married my husband after knowing him for 6 months, we'll have been married for 9 years in June. Still happy.

I was dating a guy who I had broken up with a week before meeting my husband. I had never thought of my marriage as a "rebound marriage" but I bet that's the way my ex boyfriend saw it. Can't really say that I care though, as I haven't thought of him until I read your post.

You bring up her mental issues, but you need to look into your own problems. She's happily married and has a child and you're pining away for her and trying to come up with reasons as to why her marriage is doomed 5 years later?

Maybe if you stop giving off the creepy stalker vibes, you'll be able to hold onto the next one.

Lucifer911
02-11-2009, 11:24 PM
Thanks hun... I'm going to remember that and start refering to you as that "Lucifer boy". LOL }:D

you do that sweetie :)

Kylea2
02-11-2009, 11:38 PM
you do that sweetie :)

I will! I'm just concerned that you might like it too much. :P

redhothoney
02-11-2009, 11:51 PM
This is becoming a battle, I think most of us would agree you should move on. I mean she obviously, decided to have a kid and get married with this guy for a reason. Whether she is manic depressive or not, she must have loved him to marry him. With as much as this is bothering you, maybe you should just ask if she would like to go to dinner, and discuss things and make it non-threatening more at a casual dining place, not somewhere romantic. I hope that you resolve your problem soon, because your young & wasting your time worrying about something that has a slim chance of happening. I think ruining a marriage will only come back on you, karma will fuck you up when you'd never expect it. If she would leave her husband of four years, and man she has a child with, that easy what do you think she'd do to you? She didn't marry you, or have a kid with you that makes their bond stronger. You don't want that to happen to you! You just want answers to your questions. Get the answers and move on! Come on, she's not the only fish in the sea.

Lucifer911
02-12-2009, 01:58 AM
This is becoming a battle, I think most of us would agree you should move on. I mean she obviously, decided to have a kid and get married with this guy for a reason. Whether she is manic depressive or not, she must have loved him to marry him. With as much as this is bothering you, maybe you should just ask if she would like to go to dinner, and discuss things and make it non-threatening more at a casual dining place, not somewhere romantic. I hope that you resolve your problem soon, because your young & wasting your time worrying about something that has a slim chance of happening. I think ruining a marriage will only come back on you, karma will fuck you up when you'd never expect it. If she would leave her husband of four years, and man she has a child with, that easy what do you think she'd do to you? She didn't marry you, or have a kid with you that makes their bond stronger. You don't want that to happen to you! You just want answers to your questions. Get the answers and move on! Come on, she's not the only fish in the sea.

back up there Missy

Since when is there bad karma being committed when a guy (in this case ex) pursues his old partner? I don't like the saying there are plenty of fish in the sea. Its nonsense because not every girl can generate those special feelings in a guy.. and how often does a guy come across these types of women? please note being beautiful isn't the only prerequisite here because if it was I'd be falling in love every saturday night.

A great man once told me... if I want a Mars Bar then I'll HAVE A MARS BAR and not settle for a damn snickers bar. The fact is he was with her first in a longterm relationship too.

Ok you mention the child? what happens if the husband happens to be a deadbeat while Josh is a successful man and better provider?

At the end of the day it is her choice to reconsider him if he wants her back. Bad karma is nonsense... so many guys do bad things yet can score beautiful women and live a great lifestyle.

I think the belief in karma is for people who are afraid of their own shadow. What you believe and think about inside your head will come true. Like if you constantly think paranoid thoughts something will get you in some form or another. I am not advocating doing bad things but sometimes you just need to run through walls to get what you want }:D

If you think about a special woman for a period of time.. somehow.. someway you will run into her again somwhere... this has happened to me twice this year so far infact.

JayATee
02-12-2009, 02:17 AM
back up there Missy

Since when is there bad karma being committed when a guy (in this case ex) pursues his old partner? I don't like the saying there are plenty of fish in the sea. Its nonsense because not every girl can generate those special feelings in a guy.. and how often does a guy come across these types of women? please note being beautiful isn't the only prerequisite here because if it was I'd be falling in love every saturday night.

A great man once told me... if I want a Mars Bar then I'll HAVE A MARS BAR and not settle for a damn snickers bar. The fact is he was with her first in a longterm relationship too.

Ok you mention the child? what happens if the husband happens to be a deadbeat while Josh is a successful man and better provider?

At the end of the day it is her choice to reconsider him if he wants her back. Bad karma is nonsense... so many guys do bad things yet can score beautiful women and live a great lifestyle.

I think the belief in karma is for people who are afraid of their own shadow. What you believe and think about inside your head will come true. Like if you constantly think paranoid thoughts something will get you in some form or another. I am not advocating doing bad things but sometimes you just need to run through walls to get what you want }:D

If you think about a special woman for a period of time.. somehow.. someway you will run into her again somwhere... this has happened to me twice this year so far infact.

Yes you can still want your ex up to a point. This doesn't mean that years later you should be stuck in the same place pining for her when she's obviously moved on. There's nothing to say that the man she married is a bad provider for her and her child. All this sounds like at this point is a guy who can't seem to get past a relationship that's long been over. It's got nothing to do with whether or not he was with her first because she is with her husband now. If there were problems in the marriage, if they were seperated or anything to indicate he might have a chance at getting back with her I might agree with you but there isn't enough info in the OP for me to see that as a possibility. And in terms of there only being one woman out there for a guy because she's the only one who "lights you up a certain way" I gotta say that I couldn't disagree more. There are too many people in the world to think that way. Relationships begin and end. People grow and change. The person you want to be with now isn't necessarily the same person you want or need 10 yrs from now. It's why some people never settle down and it's why other people find love again in their 2nd, 3rd and even 4th marriages. Just because you love someone at this moment doesn't mean they're the only one for you.

saphire123456
02-12-2009, 09:17 AM
Yes you can still want your ex up to a point. This doesn't mean that years later you should be stuck in the same place pining for her when she's obviously moved on. There's nothing to say that the man she married is a bad provider for her and her child. All this sounds like at this point is a guy who can't seem to get past a relationship that's long been over. It's got nothing to do with whether or not he was with her first because she is with her husband now. If there were problems in the marriage, if they were seperated or anything to indicate he might have a chance at getting back with her I might agree with you but there isn't enough info in the OP for me to see that as a possibility. And in terms of there only being one woman out there for a guy because she's the only one who "lights you up a certain way" I gotta say that I couldn't disagree more. There are too many people in the world to think that way. Relationships begin and end. People grow and change. The person you want to be with now isn't necessarily the same person you want or need 10 yrs from now. It's why some people never settle down and it's why other people find love again in their 2nd, 3rd and even 4th marriages. Just because you love someone at this moment doesn't mean they're the only one for you.

word.

Elvia
02-12-2009, 01:10 PM
back up there Missy

The fact is he was with her first in a longterm relationship too.



So? So what? What are we,in middle school? "I saw her first!" Ridiculous.

Kylea makes a good point. It looks like she was interested in getting married. It sounds like the OP was happy just dating for 5 years. she found a man who could give her what she wanted. Why should she leave that?

missmays1983
02-12-2009, 01:19 PM
oh.. There are techniques to sabotage her current marriage too... But if the marriage is well and good your chances become slimmer.



what goes around comes around! just remember that.

let the woman be...you realize that when you say "sabotage her current marriage", that you are talking about interferring or possibly destroying the relationship between two people that have a commitment, two people that took vows and now have a child together and are as far as any of us know, are perfectly happy...do you realize you have suggested to the OP to interfere in a father and sons relationship? they do not deserve that, and the OP could really cause a whole heap of heartache by trying to "sabotage" his ex's marriage...

go ahead and see how quick you can split up the marriage and give their kid a broken home. can ya do it by next X-mas?

HOW COULD YOU EVEN SUGGEST THAT!

SHAME ON YOU LUCIFER911! and i'm not even joking. you need to take your own advice and BACK YOURSELF UP MISTER SISTER!

BIGJosh
02-13-2009, 03:39 AM
If you think about a special woman for a period of time.. somehow.. someway you will run into her again somwhere... this has happened to me twice this year so far infact.


This ALWAYS seems to happen to me, no matter what. I'd have some girl who broke up with me years earlier, and we wouldn't see each other for so many years, then, when I'd least expect it, I'd "run into" her & she'll like me again.

Thanks for the advice everyone.

Brooke
02-13-2009, 08:00 AM
Five years. She's over it. Your turn.

Seriously, she moved away, got married and had a child. She doesn't even think about you anymore.

exoticxx33
02-13-2009, 08:52 PM
I agree with Brooke, just go on with your life, the more you dwell on the past the harder it will for you to live your life. I wish all the best, good luck;D

Lucifer911
02-14-2009, 05:04 PM
what goes around comes around?

so do you care to explain to me why OJ Simpson got let off the hook after committing murder? I can think of countless of other scenarios.. especially when it comes to guys with money. Sometimes what goes around doesn't come around!!

The OP can do whatever he likes... frankly if I was in his situation and the girl was worth the pursuit and challenge I might go for it. The amount of times women have played with my head (in very inappropriate ways) will justify being a bastard every now and then...

and last msg to the OP

Don't worry about what most people say.. most of them don't even know whats good for them. Just follow what your inner voice is telling you and trust your intuition.


what goes around comes around! just remember that.

go ahead and see how quick you can split up the marriage and give their kid a broken home. can ya do it by next X-mas?

HOW COULD YOU EVEN SUGGEST THAT!

SHAME ON YOU LUCIFER911! and i'm not even joking. you need to take your own advice and BACK YOURSELF UP MISTER SISTER!

Elvia
02-14-2009, 05:11 PM
The amount of times women have played with my head (in very inappropriate ways) will justify being a bastard every now and then...



Uh-oooohhhh.

We got a busted one here, folks. Step away if ya know what's best for ya, ladies.

missmays1983
02-14-2009, 05:25 PM
what goes around comes around?

so do you care to explain to me why OJ Simpson got let off the hook after committing murder? I can think of countless of other scenarios.. especially when it comes to guys with money. Sometimes what goes around doesn't come around!!

The OP can do whatever he likes... frankly if I was in his situation and the girl was worth the pursuit and challenge I might go for it. The amount of times women have played with my head (in very inappropriate ways) will justify being a bastard every now and then...

and last msg to the OP

Don't worry about what most people say.. most of them don't even know whats good for them. Just follow what your inner voice is telling you and trust your intuition.

For the OJ Simpson comment...dude really, that is not a freaking arguement because we are not discussing the legal system in america or celebrity justice and that brings no merit to this discussion...we are talking about karma, the golden rule...we are talking about you boldly and blatantly suggesting to the OP that he "sabatoge" his ex's marriage...so would you like to explain how you would feel if some guy interferred with your relationship??? how can you not see how fucked a statement that was and you just spit it out there like "well duh dude...hello it's called sabatoge...." and just because it "doesn't always come around" doesnt give one a free pass to meddle, start drama, or engage in any other behavior that they would not appreciate having done to themselves....can't you see that? but what the fuck do you care right? you would not have to deal with any of the aftermath that could, wait, WOULD ensue if the OP takes you shitty advice and decides to start drama...not you problem right. just sit back and wait for OP to return to ask more advice...so you can give more BS advice. :O

missmays1983
02-14-2009, 05:29 PM
what goes around comes around! just remember that.

let the woman be...you realize that when you say "sabotage her current marriage", that you are talking about interferring or possibly destroying the relationship between two people that have a commitment, two people that took vows and now have a child together and are as far as any of us know, are perfectly happy...do you realize you have suggested to the OP to interfere in a father and sons relationship? they do not deserve that, and the OP could really cause a whole heap of heartache by trying to "sabotage" his ex's marriage...

go ahead and see how quick you can split up the marriage and give their kid a broken home. can ya do it by next X-mas?
HOW COULD YOU EVEN SUGGEST THAT!

SHAME ON YOU LUCIFER911! and i'm not even joking. you need to take your own advice and BACK YOURSELF UP MISTER SISTER!

you are being such an ass that i feel the need to quote myself.

Elvia
02-14-2009, 05:50 PM
^^ Save your breath. I'm starting to think he gets off on being an ass.

hockeybobby
02-14-2009, 07:10 PM
what goes around comes around?

so do you care to explain to me why OJ Simpson got let off the hook after committing murder? I can think of countless of other scenarios.. especially when it comes to guys with money. Sometimes what goes around doesn't come around!!

OJ Simpson is a perfect example of what goes around comes around.

His money got him off the hook the first time. But after he got his money taken away, there was nothing to save him from his stupidity the second time. And he had some serious karma to fend off. Now he's going to the big house for a long time.

http://articles.latimes.com/2008/dec/06/nation/na-oj-sentencing6

http://www.momlogic.com/cdn/images/oj_simpson300.jpg

Lucifer911
02-14-2009, 07:36 PM
For the OJ Simpson comment...dude really, that is not a freaking arguement because we are not discussing the legal system in america or celebrity justice and that brings no merit to this discussion...we are talking about karma, the golden rule...we are talking about you boldly and blatantly suggesting to the OP that he "sabatoge" his ex's marriage...so would you like to explain how you would feel if some guy interferred with your relationship??? how can you not see how fucked a statement that was and you just spit it out there like "well duh dude...hello it's called sabatoge...." and just because it "doesn't always come around" doesnt give one a free pass to meddle, start drama, or engage in any other behavior that they would not appreciate having done to themselves....can't you see that? but what the fuck do you care right? you would not have to deal with any of the aftermath that could, wait, WOULD ensue if the OP takes you shitty advice and decides to start drama...not you problem right. just sit back and wait for OP to return to ask more advice...so you can give more BS advice. :O

so karma only applies to non-celebrities then? I think I made a perfect counter argument to the validity of karma by mentioning OJ. Countless criminals and bad guys live prosperous lifestyles their entire life without repercussions. The fact is death is inevitable to all of us.. even the people who are conscious of doing only *good* karma. So whats the deal with karma then? its not a golden rule or a universal law... its just buddhist philosophy nothing more.

Oh... sorry to go political but did you know Dalai Lama (the messiah of Buddhism) was very close to causing World War 3 with that Tibet propaganda during the olympics? he spends more time bashing China than promoting freedom.. what a great man (insert sarcasm here)

If you are smart enough, deceptive enough.. then what goes around will not go around on you in a negative way. Also... you seem to find the idea of divorce quite disturbing. It is so common in United States I figured you would be used to it by now. Statistically a second marriage lasts longer than the first marriage too.

I will not continue this forum slinging match anymore.. if you want to discuss religious philosophy with me then you can do that via pm or away from the forum.

At the end of the day it is up to the OP to do what he likes.

p.s. nice guys always finish last

missmays1983
02-14-2009, 07:40 PM
pull your head out of your ass.

Elvia
02-14-2009, 07:43 PM
s

I will not continue this forum slinging match anymore.. if you want to discuss religious philosophy with me then you can do that via pm or away from the forum.


Let's not all stampede at once, now!::)

Elvia
02-14-2009, 07:45 PM
I'm getting the feeling Lucifer is just a woman hater who's just all excited over the prospect of encouraging this guy to derail this woman's happy life.

missmays1983
02-14-2009, 07:50 PM
so karma only applies to non-celebrities then? I think I made a perfect counter argument to the validity of karma by mentioning OJ. Countless criminals and bad guys live prosperous lifestyles their entire life without repercussions. The fact is death is inevitable to all of us.. even the people who are conscious of doing only *good* karma. So whats the deal with karma then? its not a golden rule or a universal law... its just buddhist philosophy nothing more.

Oh... sorry to go political but did you know Dalai Lama (the messiah of Buddhism) was very close to causing World War 3 with that Tibet propaganda during the olympics? he spends more time bashing China than promoting freedom.. what a great man (insert sarcasm here)

If you are smart enough, deceptive enough.. then what goes around will not go around on you in a negative way. Also... you seem to find the idea of divorce quite disturbing. It is so common in United States I figured you would be used to it by now. Statistically a second marriage lasts longer than the first marriage too.

I will not continue this forum slinging match anymore.. if you want to discuss religious philosophy with me then you can do that via pm or away from the forum.

At the end of the day it is up to the OP to do what he likes.

p.s. nice guys always finish last

1) ummm no you did not make a good argument with the OJ comment...didnt you see HockeyBobby's post right above yours?

2) we arent talking about religion or politics, so who gives a fuck about what the Dalai Lama almost did or didnt do...

3) kind sir i am not that firm a believer in marriage, therefore i am not uncomfortable with the issue of divorce...so now you are just making dumb assumptions. i re-iterate...you are an ass and now you have proved it once again.

4) forum slinging? wha? no one is slinging anything, and if you can't handle honest oppinions from strangers then stay off the board...


oh yeah...and nice guys finish. period.

Lucifer911
02-14-2009, 07:50 PM
no karma has caused Osama Bin Laden any grief
no karma has caused the arsonists which caused over 200 human fatalities here in Australia any grief not to mention the death of 1,000,000 native species
the Bali bombers lived 6 years after killing 198 people only to endure a painless death..
Adolf Hitler lived a great lifestyle with all the luxuries a man can wish for yet being responsible for genocide and millions of deaths worldwide
Kim Jong il the leader of North Korea lives a fantastic lifestyle despite oppressing the entire country
Fidel Castro same deal
and many many more

preach karma and Buddhism to me then I'll gracefully dismantle that religion.

You must hate me by now.. in the 17th century Galileo proved the Earth revolves around the Sun which upset the catholic world. Unfortunately he was jailed for rocking the boat despite being right.

missmays1983
02-14-2009, 07:53 PM
^^^we aren't talking religion dear...honestly...we are talking about a principle that transcends religion...

treat others the way you want to be treated.
do unto others as you would have done to you.

these principles work on their own...with or without religion. they may be based on religion, or founding ideals of religion, but can operate effectively without religion.

Elvia
02-14-2009, 08:08 PM
You must hate me by now.. in the 17th century Galileo proved the Earth revolves around the Sun which upset the catholic world. Unfortunately he was jailed for rocking the boat despite being right.



LOL!!!! :rotfl:


So true. you are JUST LIKE GALILEO!!! You poor misunderstood genius.

missmays1983
02-14-2009, 08:22 PM
^teeheehee!

Sirona
02-14-2009, 09:53 PM
no karma has caused Osama Bin Laden any grief
no karma has caused the arsonists which caused over 200 human fatalities here in Australia any grief not to mention the death of 1,000,000 native species
the Bali bombers lived 6 years after killing 198 people only to endure a painless death..
Adolf Hitler lived a great lifestyle with all the luxuries a man can wish for yet being responsible for genocide and millions of deaths worldwide
Kim Jong il the leader of North Korea lives a fantastic lifestyle despite oppressing the entire country
Fidel Castro same deal
and many many more

preach karma and Buddhism to me then I'll gracefully dismantle that religion.

You must hate me by now.. in the 17th century Galileo proved the Earth revolves around the Sun which upset the catholic world. Unfortunately he was jailed for rocking the boat despite being right.

BAHAHAHAHAHAHA .... *sputter* GAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.......

Really dude, you aren't that deep, intelligent or philosophical.
Give it a rest.


To the original poster, why the hell do you care what she's doing or why"?Move on my man.

charlie61
02-15-2009, 12:41 PM
O_O Angry thread.

Try to keep this thread on track, y'all. It has kind of devolved from the original post... But it seems like the OP got some good advice and new perspectives, so let's either clean up the language or let the thread die. Clearly the invectives aren't getting anyone anywhere here.