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Old 07-09-2014, 04:19 PM
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As of 8 July 2014 I am a free man, Iím unattached, Iím noncommitted and Iím unavailable.
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for being unavailable you still seem to have internet connection? is the phone shut off, Cell Phone?

Are you looking for a roommate or two? I know of some dudes in a big purple bus heading East looking for a place...
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It was an insane period of my life - Don't think Havi will make that trip
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I'm sorry it didn't work out ,divorce is always painful but sometimes for the best. I hope you got the new garage. Heck, now you can store parts in your living room if you have a mind to.LOL
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I'm sorry it didn't work out ,divorce is always painful but sometimes for the best. I hope you got the new garage. Heck, now you can store parts in your living room if you have a mind to.LOL
It wasn't painful - She didn't ask for a thing - I kept the house, garage, dog - Everything
I already have car/truck parts in the living room, under the kitchen table, in the computer room and up until 2 weeks ago in the bedroom
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And don't forget the kitchenaid parts washer! I'm thinking Gojo waterless hand cleaner in the regular soap dispenser and a couple tablespoons of Gunk for those sparkling clean pistons. And hubcaps
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well at least yers got over in a flash dick ..... mine took 7 years before a judge forced her to sign the papers .
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Welcome to the club! It was hard for me at the beginning, got up to a Dear John letter one Sun AM after 26 years of putting her on a pedestal. But I now know it was the best for me. I wish mine was as thoughtful as yours, she ran up >120K in CC charges, cleaned me out and still got 1/2 of what was left, including the dog!
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....still got 1/2 of what was left, including the dog!
I take it you got the rear half???
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Congrats, sometimes it is best to get out of a bad situation. I have 43 years in and it gets tougher everyday, but I think I'll stick around to see how it comes out.
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