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Old 06-20-2011, 05:07 PM   #21
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Picture of Hustler's 3 year old birthday party

27th, actually. lol
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Old 06-20-2011, 06:13 PM   #22
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what year camero?
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Option 3. Take camaro and haul ***.
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Well then, in light of this:
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I don't necessarily belive my father is in the right here...I would not be surprised if this were a scheme or something on his end and the ring is in a lock-box somewhere.
this seems like the only thing to do:
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Then do NOT **** with that. If you feel that way do not get involved AT ALL. Let your father resolve this issue.
especially if there's no love lost between you and him.
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Old 06-20-2011, 08:25 PM   #25
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When my mother told me, at 27-years of age, that this man is not my father...well, I've never felt so good.
So if he isn't your real dad, and from what I've read between the lines he isn't the greatest guy, why get involved?
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Option 3. Take camaro and haul ***.
+1. How bout some details on the camaro? Worth keeping?
Get title, keep car forever, get custom license plate reading 'KARMA'. Win.
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Bearnie Maddolf gave away a lot of assests to his family...
But he also had a **** load of lawyers to defend him and create reasonable doubt n' such.
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Old 06-20-2011, 09:01 PM   #26
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So if he isn't your real dad, and from what I've read between the lines he isn't the greatest guy, why get involved?
I don't really want to get into this, but let's just say I thought he was my Dad for 27-years, he was a **** when I was growing up, I don't really **** with it but all those feelings of "my dad is a waste of life" are admonished from my psyche.
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+1. How bout some details on the camaro? Worth keeping?
'69 RSSS, 705 big block, 3-stage squeeze, Wolf fuel injection, lenco 5-speed, Strange mid section, MW rear end, it runs 9's.
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But he also had a **** load of lawyers to defend him and create reasonable doubt n' such.
I don't **** with the law.
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If there is no proof that your mother's husband was given the ring with expectation that it would be given back (a service receipt / etc.) then there is no case. Judge Judy would fry that bitch for even claiming that.

Take ownership of the Camaro, consider it partial amends for the way he treated you when you were growing up, sell it to someone for a huge sum of cash, then claim that the sale was made with both parties "in good faith", deny knowledge of ever hearing about a ring/lawsuit, and WIN.

A sale made "in-good-faith" is irreversible by law. - Besides, your 'dad' gave you the car so you could sell it so you could afford the screened in patio that you've always wanted to build.
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Take maro
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One thing really puzzles me, is your "father" a jeweller or goldsmith???
If not, why the **** did the neighbour give him the ring ????????????????

From what I hear about insurance claims, when a 9ct lightweight wedding band goes missing, it's clearly in the eyes of the owners a 22ct heavyweight band with lots of diamonds set into it.

Stinks of a con, take the car and burn rubber
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