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A woman scorned

I am not going to name names, but this is a true story and happened very recently. The couple in question have been married for close to 20 Yrs. and have been together since childhood.

The man in the relationship decides that he has had enough of family life and the wife and decides to tell her to pretty much fuck off and die, along with the kids who are around 18.

Now here comes the problem. After knowing someone that long and then screwing them over, should you really use their tablet to log into your email?

Short answer no, especially if your email is full of men seeking men ads and videos of you jacking off while fantasizing out loud about giving messy bl@w jobs.

Seriously, this is from friends of friends this past weekend. She found out that he was having men come over while she was at her high dollar job and doing the nasty. After she hacked his email she changed the password and locked him out so he can’t delete anything

Now the soon to be ex wife has these videos and is showing them to anyone who will watch. Anyone who won’t watch she will let them listen to the audio because the person n question has a very distinct voice and southern drawl.

And it gets worse (Or better depending on who you are)

She is going around to the local bars and randomly showing the vids and his picture to patrons and bartenders

And yes he has now threatened to kill her, but she is packing heat and about as ready for a confrontation as a women can be

Yep, a woman scorned

Don’t ever let her get into your email if you do stuff like that.

Kentucky clerk refusing to issue gay marriage licenses

“The clerk of Casey County, Kentucky is refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses despite the order of Democrat Gov. Steve Beshear.

During a private meeting, Beshear told county clerk Casey Davis Thursday that he should issue same-sex marriage licenses or resign, reports Kentucky.com. Davis said he is refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay couples because same-sex marriage is against his religious beliefs, and he is also refusing to resign his post.

Prior to meeting with Beshear, Davis said he was willing to go to jail for his religious beliefs.

“If that’s what it takes to express freedom of religion, I’m willing to do this,” the clerk said.

Beshear later said that while he respects Davis’ personal beliefs, the clerk took an oath to uphold the U.S. Constitution which, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled at the end of June, now recognizes same-sex marriages nationwide. The governor said that county attorney Thomas Weddle Jr. advised Davis that the oath of office he took requires him to issue same-sex marriage licenses, and added that the courts and the voters will “deal appropriately” with clerks who do not obey the law”


The rubber is going to hit the road on this issue

You can’t take thousands of years of religious belief and tradition and flush it with one ruling by black robed unelected men

Across the country people are going to be making a stand for for religious freedom

Find someone to stand with

Unless you believe that the SCOTUS should be trusted as the moral compass for the nation


I wield my words viciously

Like a knife

I slash at her

As I rape her

Hold her down and penetrate her

Blood showers from my blade

As I overwhelm her

But slowly my ravishes

Thrust after thrust

Turn into love

And I wonder

What have I done?

A little explanation on this one.  It was written about a year and a half ago after a particularly vicious fight with my my wife. As most married people know, it is easier sometimes to hurt the one you love the most and know the best.

You know how it is; you know all of their triggers and weak spots. I am not normally a cruel person nor is my wife ,but in this instance, I started throwing low blows while we were going at it. Immediately , I regretted it because I could see that I had deeply hurt her and she is the last person that I want to do that to.

So, there it is. Yeah, I was really an asshole that night.