Update

by W.F. Price on December 5, 2013

Hi folks, I’ve been forced to take something of an extended delay past the holiday due to circumstance. Unfortunately, problems from divorce do not just go away after it’s over, and mine have once again caught up to me. In short, I’m in trouble with DCS (child support), and this time it’s pretty serious. This is because I was unemployed and had my income imputed on divorce (this means that they force you to pay at a previous income whether you have it or not), which led to accumulation of arrears. If you haven’t read it before, here’s the background on the situation. I was working it down for a couple years, but things have dried up lately, and I have to deal with it immediately if I want to see my kids for the holidays and stay out of the King County hotel.

Hopefully, I can come up with enough to do that and will be back to focusing on writing again soon. All in all, it’s just another day in the life of millions of non-custodial fathers, so it isn’t the end of the world. But it still sucks.

Hope you all enjoyed Thanksgiving!

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Norm December 5, 2013 at 01:25

Your X live in B.C. What business is it of the DCS to get involved in this when your X is in a foreign country. I heard from more than a few US citizens that many people who work for the DCS are into kids. This is what I heard and does not reflect your opinions. If the DCS however wants to discuss this with me, go for it. We will discuss this on my turf, ie bear country. :)

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geographybeefinalisthimself December 5, 2013 at 02:16

Take all the time in the world that you need to take, Bill.

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W.F. Price December 5, 2013 at 02:58

@Norm

She could live in Afghanistan for all they care. Or on Mars. It’s a Washington state order and they will enforce it unless I move to another state or country, in which case the new state or country will enforce it, unless it’s a country that hasn’t signed onto reciprocal enforcement, such as Cambodia or Central African Republic. It’s better for me to keep the order in WA, because BC is significantly worse than Washington about enforcing fathers’ rights, and other states enforce CS regardless. Also, I live a lot closer to the courthouse than she does, so there’s a sort of disincentive for her to litigate there.

Honestly, things aren’t so bad with me and my ex these days. I don’t really mind helping out with the kids, but that isn’t always possible. Of course, she doesn’t care about the last part (I don’t know if I’ve ever met an ex-wife who does), so DCS just goes along with its blunt force methods and the court makes modifications complicated and inconvenient so as to guarantee lawyers their cut.

Part of this problem regards the recent changes to DSHS and its current “link” to DCS, which is Obamacare’s fault. Basically, I got locked out of the online payment system because of new software.

Aharon December 5, 2013 at 03:12

Bill,

A Happy Thanksgiving to you and everyone else too. Sorry to learn about the difficulties you are experiencing. Take all the time you need to get through it. The modern day Gutenberg Printing Press (the web) isn’t going away. To re-invent a biblical passage, I have faith that the Truth which the common divorced dad with kids can publish and spread on the web is slowly setting men Free.

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Pugs Fugly December 5, 2013 at 03:21

And yet….my ex-wife hasn’t paid a dime in over a year, I’m talking 11K in arrears, and the state does nothing.

They talk a great deal; the people I have to deal with have explained that revoking her license or issuing a warrant for her arrest are only considered as a “last resort” but they won’t explain or even hint when we’ll finally get to that point.

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Poiuyt December 5, 2013 at 03:46

1.
Until authorities in collusion with divorcées seize dependent children from the housing and the care of their fathers, weren’t the said children not already being adequately supported ? Children always were and always are supported by their fathers until the relationship is maliciously dissolved or impacted by those whom would profit from its destruction.

2.
Taxing a divorcing mans subsequent income or wealth after an ex-wifes departure with or without children is a plunderous fraud. In principle it gives women pretending at independence, continuing but one way access to the resources and time of men they’ve already denounced as unsuitable. We don’t force prostitutes to continue servicing clients, merely for having been employed once or twice before in the past. If she is to be free from him going forward, he must also become free from her aswell.

3.
Void and vacuous mantras of child’s best interests, only serves as semantic-camouflage and euphemistic-cover to disguise the real commodification of children by State and by mother. Are these entities not just seeking rents and remuneration for services which ex-husbands and isolated-fathers don’t want but are forced to pay for ?

4.
Why must society as a whole be forced to pay the State and contracting staff workers fees, wages and single mother subsidies for perverse new family structures that are harmful to children, fathers and civil society as a whole? It is already clear that bastardy is not only inordinately expensive but also highly injurious to the child and to society.

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W.F. Price December 5, 2013 at 03:55

And yet….my ex-wife hasn’t paid a dime in over a year, I’m talking 11K in arrears, and the state does nothing.

They talk a great deal; the people I have to deal with have explained that revoking her license or issuing a warrant for her arrest are only considered as a “last resort” but they won’t explain or even hint when we’ll finally get to that point.

-Pugs Fugly

That’s typical according to attorneys I’ve spoken with. 20k in arrears, refuses to pay a dime, and not even a judge will do a thing about it. Took me only two months before the threats started rolling in, and that was at the very beginning!

Well, 11 more years of this to go…

geographybeefinalisthimself December 5, 2013 at 05:32

Wait for that faggot Manboobz to stumble upon this update and kick Price while Price is down on his blog. All I want for Christmas is for Manboobz to wind up on the wrong side of feminism, solely to see how he would react to it and to see if he thinks maybe our “misogyny” has had complete legitimacy all along.

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AR2 December 5, 2013 at 05:49

Time for all oppressed fathers to Go Galt all at once. Bring the fucker down, gents. It’s the only way to see liberty in your lifetime. Divest yourself of as many worldly possessions as possible and get ready to jump ship. Don’t let them keep you tied up while the ship sinks. They tug at your heartstrings so that they can access your wallet. If you want your children to live in liberty, we must topple the leviathan. Our forebears fought for a free land. Our fathers let it fall away. It’s time to take it back!

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Towgunner December 5, 2013 at 06:24

Hey Bill:

Sorry to hear about all that. F em! But serious, hang in there and get through this tough period. We’re behind you.

All the best,

TG

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JFinn December 5, 2013 at 07:13

Never, ever, ever, ever marry or co-habitate. Especially if you’re not a high earner. If you’re pressured to live with a woman or bear her children(for instance, if she proves she doesn’t love you by issuing an ultimatum,) understand that she WILL eventually force you two to live in two separate households with you shouldering the majority of the costs for a long time. And if you do decide to marry your future ex-wife, when you bow to her, say “will you marry and divorce me?”

Also, if you love a certain type of food and eat it 3 times a day, you’ll end up hating it. If you love a certain song and listen to it every day, your ears will commit Harakiri. If you love a woman and want that love to rapidly ebb, move in with her.

I just came across a women’s porn site (ie celebrity/gossip site) and the top comment on a Beyonce/Jay Z article was: “Women are supposed to be with a man who loves them much more than they love him.” 112 upvotes, 0 downvotes, not a single one of its replies indicate that it was taken in jest(in context, it’s clear it wasn’t meant in jest.)

By all means, enjoy dating women, falling in love with women, and dumping women as an answer to the question “where is this relationship going?” Substitute your perpetually butthurt live-in asexual dominatrix(gf) with your best bud(pre-marriage/post-divorce), a doctor to ACTUALLY take care of you, extra friends to ACTUALLY be there for you, a Great Dane, a Capuchin monkey to keep your Dane company, dates or call girls same diff, sportsBeerVideogamesPorn, and timely silence. The people who desperately sell this lifestyle as a lonely experience want you to be with a 30 year-old then 40 year-old then 50 year-old then 60 year-old then 70 year-old then 80 year-old who will constantly pretend you’re keeping her down so that she can ‘overcome’ you and make you ‘hear her roar.’

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Mickey T December 5, 2013 at 07:31

I believe imputing income whether or not you have it any longer is a provision of VAWA. They do expect payment and will hold you to it. You are right, it could be serious.
I’ll do my best for you this season.

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Mickey T December 5, 2013 at 07:35

BTW, I read that about VAWA a several years ago.

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Carlos December 5, 2013 at 11:27

Just get out of the country and move elsewhere. There are plenty of societies that don’t enforce feminist privilege against men. If your kids have even have a brain and compassion, they will forgive you for not being a part of life. Taking a stand against feminist barbarism towards men is more important than being a slave to the system for the “sake of your children”

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Carlos December 5, 2013 at 11:31

Maybe I’m just a proud sociopath, but I would disown my family and children in a heart beat if they showed no compassion or understanding for me and my situation. I guess most men just don’t have the guts and balls to cut off all ties, even if they’ve been severely wronged and screwed over by the family court system.

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Carlos December 5, 2013 at 11:34

A man’s biggest mistake is defining his self worth and value on his ability to serve his family. That’s what society wants men to be: a slave to their atrocious bitch wife with the kids being used as emotional blackmail chain saw on his heart

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GS Jockey December 5, 2013 at 12:22

@ Carlos: “Maybe I’m just a proud sociopath, but I would disown my family and children in a heart beat if they showed no compassion or understanding for me and my situation.”

Yeah! Wait…what? Why do you advocate Bill disown his family? His family and his small children didn’t take him to court–his ex-wife and her family did. And to meet your definition of manhood, now Bill is supposed to cut off all ties with his 7-year child? What are you even talking about?

GS Jockey

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Carlos December 5, 2013 at 14:42

Like I stated once before, GS Jokey:

If you’re a non-sociopath and your non-adherence to principled stance against self-imposed slavery at the hands of a cunt system you had no hand in creating, you will not understand. Only an admitted sociopath like me can take such drastic principled actions without blinking an eye or looking behind me at the carnage created by the system’s draconian enforcement.

Also, I am not advising Bill to do anything you suggested, he is a grown man and he makes his own decisions.

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keyster December 5, 2013 at 14:55

Cambodia sounds interesting.
The problem is they hold your kids hostage until you pay, or they’ll grown – and then you miss them. She moved out of the country, why can’t you? Who has the best interests of the non-custodial father, his state of well-being? Certianly not the DCS. They just want the cha-ching. And all this because she was bored? Needed a change? Forget how the kids feel about the upheaval and chaos perpetrated on their lives. It’s just not right, the whole thing stinks. Personally I would not be strong enough to deal with it. Something would give. And yes, I have anger issues.

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bruno December 5, 2013 at 15:19

Meanwhile, I read here in the local (online) newspaper two articles:

1. A man, father of 3 children, sits already 15 years in prison, on charges that he made a pornographic movie, with 3 Nigerian women, a horse and a dog.
The women say that he forced them to make the movie.
He’s fighting these charges already 15 years, from inside prison.
The readers’ comments in the newspaper are: the monster, the animal, he deserves to hang,…. etc…

2. A woman murdered her 4 months old child by drowning in a well.
The court set her free, in awaiting for the investigation, they call it an “act of despair”.
The comments are: what a tragedy, that poor family, it must be postpartum depression, nobody can understand that if you have not gone through it,…

These two articles, next to each other, but it doesn’t ring a bell, nobody sees the absurdity of it.

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Tin Man December 5, 2013 at 16:02

The shit never stops does it….I actually go off pretty easy with mine, shared custody (although is the custodial) and only child support they drop off in two year increments starting next summer – so only about 4.5 years left. She’s already got the next “provider” set up to provide her with all she needs – getting her cash and prizes along the way. Hope he enjoys his trip to bankruptcy court in a few years – I know I did.

I just wish that she’d let the kids come live with me – as in not mentally torture them by actually doing it – I believe they’ll stay with her just because it’ll be less stress and strain on them, not necessarily because they want to go live with some dude because she wants to do it.

Keep your chin up – its all a process.

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Duke December 5, 2013 at 16:40

I’m so glad I never had children.I hope everything works out for you.

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Aharon December 5, 2013 at 16:41

Can I post a a few lines from a new’s report relating to a false rape allegation that concludes with a funny quote about being satisfied?

“Jameis Winston, the sensational quarterback of the top-ranked Florida State University football team and the leading candidate to win the Heisman Trophy, was cleared Thursday in a sexual assault investigation.”
“This was a consensual act. We believed it then. We believe it now,” he said. “Jameis is satisfied.”
http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/12/05/21772747-star-quarterback-for-top-ranked-florida-state-cleared-in-sex-assault-probe?lite

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DW3 December 5, 2013 at 18:29

God Bless you and hang in there Bill. You do a lot of good with this site, even if you never posted again it’s an amazing resource.

I’m more familiar with the various extortion methods that MEP uses (here in Alberta it’s the Maintenance Enforcement Program). I spent over 18 months with no driver’s license, and a for few months before that I was driving while I hadn’t been properly informed of the suspension. License renewals in Alberta for MEP suspensions require an $80 road test like a teenager learning to drive, DUI suspensions just walk in and get their license back. I’ve had numerous reports made to the credit bureaus. Passport revoked.

I eventually declared bankruptcy, but I don’t think I’m going to get a discharge, so I’ll be in a state of limbo, perhaps for the rest of my life.

I am also 100% responsible for the costs of traveling over 200 miles (330 km) to exercise access with my son. My other son, I haven’t seen in almost 5 years, but there sure isn’t any Visitation Enforcement Program to make my ex-wife follow our divorce order.

More than anything, it’s the arbitrary way that my income was imputed that chafes most. I have to pay my baby-mama according to the CS guidelines, and I have to pay my ex-wife according to what my income was imputed to. My baby-mama gets less than half what my ex-wife does, and my ex-wife got a house and liquidated my business too.

I’ve owed over $5,000 in arrears since I made a deal with MEP and got my license back, and am paying it off a few bucks a month, so even MEP realizes there’s no margin in squeezing me for it.

It makes me wonder why there isn’t more lashing out by those who have been harmed for cash. All I can do is go to events locally and spout my views, write a few letters to the editor, and keep running my support group.

I wish I could offer something more constructive.

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gender foreigner December 5, 2013 at 18:31

Yup, that’s women’s government rule: Women’s rights; Men’s Responsibilities–Women’s No Responsibilities and No Men’s rights.

Isaiah chapter 3 talked about the low state of the people of Israel. It was ruled by women and children…

Men must rule: women must obey men. Adam was made first and he was not deceived.

I’m with you, Bill. The trouble is I can do little to help you but I do stand for patriarchy against the criminality of matriarchy….and I get vocal about it, even to my detriment.

Fathers should rule. Mothers should obey their moral, intellectual, economic, technological and corporally and socially brave superiors, the men.

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W.F. Price December 5, 2013 at 19:24

@DW3

You and I are in pretty much the same boat. These frustrations are why I started this site, and why I’ll keep it going somehow or another. I don’t think the local stuff is good enough — we need to get the word out on a much bigger scale.

3DShooter December 5, 2013 at 20:02

@ Welmer

My thoughts are with you.

When I lost my job of 23 years in 22010 I went through this battle myself. Insurance and C$ was 250% of my cash inflow which continued for months and $6K in predator (attorney) fees. After modification insurance and C$ was 110% of my cash inflow. Fortunately, I had prepared for such circumstances, but lived out of savings until I found a place to land (at a significantly lower salary).

Imputing income is an un-Constitutional farce (as are the kangaroo family kourts). It is a facade that enables states to get on the fed Title-IVD dole. It is so blatant that for the life of me I can’t imagine that so few people call for ABOLISHMENT of the kangaroo family kourts.

We need to abolish the kangaroo family kourts – they cannot be reformed and the need to be eliminated.

Best Interests of the Child(ren) my ass . . .

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TFH December 5, 2013 at 21:00

geobeefinalist,

Wait for that faggot Manboobz to stumble upon this update and kick Price while Price is down on his blog. All I want for Christmas is for Manboobz to wind up on the wrong side of feminism,

He is already on the wrong side of feminism. He just doesn’t know it. That is the very definition of being a mangina – the person who loses the most in the current misandric order, yet works to sustain the very order that ranks him at the bottom.

I am not exaggerating when I say that Manboobz Futrelle might very well be the ‘Least Interesting Man in the World’.

WF Price’s life, even after all this, is way better than Manboobz’s ever was. For one thing, he has enough game to be able to marry again, despite the new wife knowing that he already has kids, and is going to be poor for a long time. Manboobz envies this.

AR2,

Time for all oppressed fathers to Go Galt all at once. Bring the fucker down, gents.

If men were this organized, things would have not gotten even 1% of this far. Men could get all misandric laws repealed in a day if they joined up and went on strike while also blocking all the roads.

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TFH December 5, 2013 at 21:03

One thing that is highly illogical is that if a man falls behind in childimony, they make it HARDER for him to work :

i) If in prison, how will he earn?
ii) If his drivers license is taken, how will he earn?
iii) If his passport is taken, he is excluded from jobs that require international travel.

This shows that the law was created by women, who have this strange idea that men just produce money as easily as they grow hair…..

I mean, anyone who created such a law shows they have no idea how money is even earned.

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Highwasp December 5, 2013 at 21:56

I have been going through similar $hit since I was 23. I am now 51 and my youngest is 16 going on 23. He’s an authentic young man and it seems I am finally off the hook for support and the role of protector and provider due to my 10 years of ‘single fatherhood’ skills and successes with him… his mom and half dad are ‘cool’ with me.

Now that I am ‘all paid up’ jail is still a constant threat one way or another – but live with it long enough and it loses it’s sting… so what? what can be taken from me now, that which hasn’t already been stolen? -

State sanctioned extortion seems to become an inevitability one way or another and when the primary chains finally fall off – those naturally masculine bonds that keep me bound in my heart and soul for my children – now that those have been used and abused against me for decades – there’s no more impositions that can be imposed that hurt so much as that. It’s a game from here on out and I’m goin’ my own way.

so sue me – welcome the new man Bill. You are one of us.

Good luck to you Bill. I know how you feel… 11 years is a long time -

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shiva1008 December 6, 2013 at 03:20

Mr. Price,

Sorry to hear that this has happened to you. In America we act like nothing bad should ever happen to us, and we are ill-equipped when it does because people don’t acknowledge the existential suffering inherent in human life. I struggle every day, although maybe not on as immediate a level as some others. The essence of masculinity is to persevere through difficulty.

I do think your site has had an effect on the public discourse and I hope you will retain interest and ability to keep it going. Thanks!

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Cultural_Expat December 6, 2013 at 07:21

First Bill, I am so sorry you have to deal with this. Contemporary Western “Civilization” and the legal whores (Politicians, Judges and Attorneys-not such a gender diverse field anymore) driving the profit chariot is corrupt in so many regards and on so many levels. However, its level of animosity towards men and fathers and its concurrent corrupt anti-freedom laws and enforcement that systematically murders, incapacitates, imprisons, demoralizes, and further rapes men of their assets and livelihood certainly is at the top of shit heap called Western “Civilization. That said, I made a small donation to your site this am and I want you to know that if email me or post what jail you will be in I will be certain to help out by wiring some money for you to the commissary.

You’re a good father even though you have no $ for them to plunder.

Good luck Brotha….and Merry Fuckin’ Christmas…eh :>(

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Aurini December 6, 2013 at 10:58

Best of luck, brother; I tweeted about your situation, wish I were in a position to help, maybe others are.

Honestly though, if I were you I’d be tempted to call their bluff. Prison? Bring it. Many fine books have been written in prison.

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gilgamesh December 7, 2013 at 03:44

“One thing that is highly illogical is that if a man falls behind in childimony, they make it HARDER for him to work :

i) If in prison, how will he earn?
ii) If his drivers license is taken, how will he earn?
iii) If his passport is taken, he is excluded from jobs that require international travel.

This shows that the law was created by women, who have this strange idea that men just produce money as easily as they grow hair….”

They want him in prison working for pennies and getting gangraped in the shower. Bill has made his choice, but as far as I’m concerned he is under no moral obligation to allow a woman to profit off his hardship, children or no children. At this point I believe the best solution is to burn everything you can’t carry and skip town BEFORE the CS order is issued. where one would go I’m not sure, are there any industrialized nations that would refuse to cooperate with the american family court system?

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Joeb December 7, 2013 at 08:22

And yet zero assistance for males . I’m still aboard with the make it cost MRM . Its the Only way they will ever see how Barbaric and corrupt the system is .
Since they won’t regress are grievances and attack and censor are spokesmen . I think its time to move to the 2nd amendment .

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Anon December 7, 2013 at 08:50

Had joint custody for 13 years. He moved out of state with the ex and I haven’t had any contact for 3 years. Same thing happened to my brother who lived 10 miles from his ex.

I was talking to my mom about how it’s worse around the holidays. She got very upset missing her grandchildren so much and stated that she wished we never had children.

That’s a womans take on the matter.

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Mickey T December 7, 2013 at 12:25

Logic, my ass! We can save a lot of words on this one.
It’s simply female political power at work. and hitting home.

Sad thing is that it could have been changed and still can.
But nooooooooo .
“There’s not a dimes worth of difference between Republican and Democrat”

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Mickey T December 7, 2013 at 12:33

I’m not saying this wouldn’t be happening to Bill if men understood politics and how women use it to usurp power, bit things could be better for men and children if men manipulated gov’t as women do.

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Charlie Bronsen December 8, 2013 at 16:18

If Mr. Price did decide to go to another country, he should go to Canada. The climate may be harsher and the custody laws might be worse than in Washington State, but if you do get sent to prison they have some of the nicest prisons this side of Sweden. The chances of going to prison for non-payment of child support are almost impossible. Go there, collect welfare, see his children, have an undocumented “business” on the side which gives proper income and just enjoy life. BTW, go across the border as a visitor. You are allowed something like six months, go and talk to an immigration lawyer and he will tell you the best way to stay in Canada legally.

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Atlanta Man December 8, 2013 at 19:21

I am sorry you have to deal with this bullshit. I hope it ends in your favor, I really enjoy this site. Stay up man.

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TheThinker December 8, 2013 at 20:31

Mickey T got it right.
Men generally complain as if it’s only women that can run to the Big Daddy to make laws favorable to them. Well, men can take a page from the feminists’ playbook as well. We CAN still change the laws, and we should. Almost every interest group has changed the laws to favor them. Blacks, LGBT, Mexicans,

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Jensen December 10, 2013 at 09:35

Gentlemen, I have made a good impact on everyone around me by declaring that I will not attend, gift or congratulate anyone on their wedding, that I advise my son not to ever get married under any circumstances and that if he decides to do any such foolish thing I will not attend.

Who here has the courage like me to boldly say “no thank you” to the wedding invitations of his daughter, sister, cousin, friend? Believe me, it makes quite a statement.

I tell all: “Marriage is the exchange of virginity and lifelong devotion and obedience, backed by customs and laws, for a man’s protection.” To their laughter I calmly state, you don’t have to agree; I don’t have to get married.”

Alternative: I am old fashioned. I expect an enormous dowry and doctor checked virginity. You disagree? Oh well! I will keep my money, time and freedom and peace of mind”

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Mickey T December 11, 2013 at 13:46

Impressive to say the least, Jensen.
You need to post that where more men can see it. Not many here now.

Sad, isn’t it?

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continent December 13, 2013 at 10:34

Picture of 5 star general as a chief ofpolice
http://www.knoxnews.com/news/2013/dec/11/cleveland-tenn-storage-company-denounces-police-ch/

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Darryl X December 27, 2013 at 19:26

W.F. Price – “- we need to get the word out on a much bigger scale.”

My heart goes out to you Price. Sorry for all that you have to go through. It’s been written before but it’s worth writing again – you are not alone.

Regarding the above comment, I would like to remain optimistic about the benefits of broadcasting and educating the public about the plight of fathers and their children at the hands of a brutal feminist regime which acquiesces to manipulation of it by women with the public spectacle of their chronic victimhood. But I am not. Our circumstances will likely get much worse. Think Biblical. NJ just spent millions of dollars to round up a few hundred men for child support arrears with a net return in the low tens of thousands of dollars. Our governments will break the back of our economy acquiescing to the chronic victimhood of women. If they don’t care about that, do you think they’re gonna care about a father’s life or the lives of his children. These people are psychopaths, addicted to power and control.

I’ve been reading the posts on this site for years and have drawn considerable inspiration and hope from them. You’ve really done a magnificent job. A real service to men everywhere when gov’t and women have failed. Keep up the great work. I would comment more often but 2013 seemed to be my year for serious health issues including a cancer diagnosis, ruptured cervical disc and now possibly post-polio syndrome which has really handicapped my ability to use a keyboard. Anyway, your voice is critical to the Men’s Rights Movement. But the obstacles of our personal lives are real and no matter what, we all owe it to ourselves to enjoy our lives to the fullest and not become a further slave to feminism.

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Darryl X December 28, 2013 at 03:18

@ Joeb re December 7, 2013 at 08:22 – Our Second Amendment rights mean nothing unless we exercise them. I agree completely with your position on exercising them. But exercising them will only work if we also repeal the Nineteenth Amendment. Women have always been the most privileged demographic in any country. Where ever and whenever you find women whining about oppression, the men are oppressed much worse and the women are always responsible to some degree (usually a great degree) for their own oppression and the even greater oppression of the men.

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