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10-13-2005 09:19 PM  13 years agoPost 41
cdrking

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I found what I was looking for in this thread, WINTER TIME entertainment.

Jeff

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10-14-2005 08:18 PM  13 years agoPost 42
Phil_Mart

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The Wife!!

Well I just happened to take her for a drive in the country, and just happened to end up at the local (168 miles) Vario store. Came away with a shinny new Alouette II with the mechs and engine. Didn't cost ME a penny

Philip Martin.

ps.
Payback time starts next week with the decorating

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10-14-2005 08:29 PM  13 years agoPost 43
ket

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overtime is mine
I can spend money as long as bills are paid. goes for wife also. but my overtime money is mine..sometime I have no overtime (rarely) some times I have 20-30 hrs per paycheck.. of course I like my wife of 26yrs so I spend on her also..

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10-14-2005 08:40 PM  13 years agoPost 44
ChrisMoore

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Now first I am single, and dont plan on marriage any time soon (I'm 22) but what I dont understand is how the wife can get upset at the amount of money you spend on the hobby you love, especially if you earned that money. Now mind you, thats after taking care of financial responsiblities, but why should it be up to her how much you spend of your own money? Any woman that demands to have such a control over my finances certainly isnt with me because she loves me, its more of a power struggle. I've had a girl that questioned my spending so much on my hobby, but what business is it of hers. I treat all my women like queens and they get what they deserve, but where should the money be going instead?
For what its worth, I am also 22, but I am married. After dating for 5 years and 11months we have grown a great deal, considering the nearly six years of dating started in high school and lasted several changes and transitions.

I think that you answered your own questions when you mentioned that you're single. Women want respect and when we spend spend spend or call money made at work "ours" it breaks down the connection between the two of you. When you are married, it is not "your own Money" plain and simple. If she went out and spent all of the money between the two of you would you just smile and offer her a chance to do it again whenver she wishes? I bet you are perfectly content being the one who can spend as he pleases. If you do that, then all "your women" are not being treated like queens or getting what "they deserve" (as if one person can actually dictate what another person deserves.


as it has been said before, man up and talk to her about it.


Chris

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10-15-2005 12:21 AM  13 years agoPost 45
KC

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Jeff ya know how I am saving money in this hobby right now.....

think the crash on the left was 74 cents and the other one was a buck 42

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10-15-2005 01:26 AM  13 years agoPost 46
cdrking

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KC

NICE. Yes they are cheaper to fix.

Jeff

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10-15-2005 01:29 AM  13 years agoPost 47
cdrking

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To all the Dr. Phils and their marriage advice, I thank you. I don't know what I would do without this great insight.

17 years and going strong.

Jeff

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10-15-2005 02:58 AM  13 years agoPost 48
Heli Threadz

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Chris,
When money is a key factor in a relationship, its no longer a relationship, its a arrangement. As far as "what they deserve", I meant honesty, a faithful partner, support and love. Anything else is options and thats the way it goes. I've been running my own business as well as attending college full time for a few years now and consider myself very financially stable, and any woman who looks at that first and weighs that heavily in a relationship, isnt worth my time. So I dont see it being such a big deal after you take care of the financial responsibilites.
On a side note, I'm happy you've got such a solid relationship. Most dont come out of high school puppy love with those intact. So for the majority of others we, or atleast I, tend to look at things a little differently.
happy flying everybody!

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