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1 hour ago, F4UCorsair said:

Lousy shot!!  She's out of danger.

Yeah! That man should never go to a casino, and he managed to miss 2 time. LOL
However I feel happy that she survived, because as you build you have to loose.

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3 hours ago, williamgeorgeallen said:

many guys i know have walked away from almost anything but they are still happy just to have their freedom back.

 

That's ok if your pretty well off,  but if you put everything into that house and lose it all,  plus your (loving? haha) wife,

I don't think many would be too happy about it !!! 

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10 minutes ago, flyingdoc said:

Goldbuggy, I sympathise with what you have written, and have encountered exactly the same situation as you have described - to the letter!

It was not in Thailand, it was in Kent in England !

Best to rent in Thailand. Too many sad stories of Farang's and others being cheated and left with nothing. Keep your money and assets in your home country.

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26 minutes ago, Berkshire said:

 

Hmmm, "many people in the West take the law into their own hands after divorce proceedings...."  I just read an article about a particularly heinous case.  Some guy in the US infected his infant son with HIV-tainted blood....so that he wouldn't have to pay child support.  But the boy overcame it and grew to be a man. 

 

http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-37696071

 

Pretty inspiring...and heartbreaking article.

 

 

Most at people I know in The West that have money and brains

have a pre -nup.....

 

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3 hours ago, kmj said:

Best plan is to not give it up in the first place instead of fking up your own life when it all goes bad because you're the idiot that gave it all away...

 

 

Yup; i've said it before and will say it time and time again......The Golden Rule in Thailand is only spend what you can afford to walk away from !

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5 minutes ago, slippery snake said:

That's ok if your pretty well off,  but if you put everything into that house and lose it all,  plus your (loving? haha) wife,

I don't think many would be too happy about it !!! 

you would be surprised how often it happens in thailand. happens quite a bit back in the west as well. last friend of mine walked away from house and 2 cars to start from zero again but he was just glad it was all over. he has a good attitude. most guys would let ti ruin the rest of their lives. hasnt happened to me yet and i am doing what i can to protect myself. is delaying my move back to nz to get my kids into school.

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15 minutes ago, slippery snake said:

It happens in the west too. I got dumped by my wife after 27 years of marriage,  a week after I just finished 2 years work building a small apartment complex,   then to find she had been screwing up to 5 guys a week for all that time ( probably a lot longer ) while I was working my butt of for a good retirement..  my great retirement lasted one week..   Then lost my big 3 story house ( I also built ) my car,  lifestyle, business and the apartment complex I just finished building... now 12 years later I live here  (thankfully)  but in a small 32 sqm condo. 

Often wonder if I should have shot my wife,  spent 10 years in jail   (when most of that time I did nothing, and was very depressed )

and now would be a very wealthy guy ??????   I won't be marring any poor Thai woman either,  but am talking to a wealthy Chinese one now,,, so maybe ?? 

And your good GF may just be off screwing some other guy when she is out with her "friends"   making a thousand or two on the side. or I should say on her back, ??  It does happen, I have had two different girls come here,  when they tell there boyfriends they going out with a friend for coffee.. 

If she is so bored now and they money you give here is not enough ????     well you never know.. ........ maybe I seen your GF,  hahaha

Haha  last part relates to another story I was reading about the guy wondering if 20K was enough to give his GF every month.. 

I must be getting old ... 

 

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18 minutes ago, slippery snake said:

It happens in the west too. I got dumped by my wife after 27 years of marriage,  a week after I just finished 2 years work building a small apartment complex,   then to find she had been screwing up to 5 guys a week for all that time ( probably a lot longer ) while I was working my butt of for a good retirement..  my great retirement lasted one week..   Then lost my big 3 story house ( I also built ) my car,  lifestyle, business and the apartment complex I just finished building... now 12 years later I live here  (thankfully)  but in a small 32 sqm condo. 

Often wonder if I should have shot my wife,  spent 10 years in jail   (when most of that time I did nothing, and was very depressed )

and now would be a very wealthy guy ??????   I won't be marring any poor Thai woman either,  but am talking to a wealthy Chinese one now,,, so maybe ?? 

And your good GF may just be off screwing some other guy when she is out with her "friends"   making a thousand or two on the side. or I should say on her back, ??  It does happen, I have had two different girls come here,  when they tell there boyfriends they going out with a friend for coffee.. 

If she is so bored now and they money you give here is not enough ????     well you never know.. ........ maybe I seen your GF,  hahaha

 

 

 

 

 Won't say this is total BS...just unbelieveable!

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1 hour ago, Grubster said:

Yes, three times I have walked away leaving most behind. Freedom, Dignity, and Quality of life is the key to happiness, possessions don't really count for that much. That said my pensions were/are untouchable, if those had been given away, I may have snapped. I don't even dislike the women that took from me, couples just grow apart 80% of the time. I feel a bit proud that they have been a bit better off when I leave. All of them have tried to come back but when its over its over.

 

 

A very tolerant and very sensible man.

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11 minutes ago, slippery snake said:

Yeah,, marriage is one big risk these days anywhere in the world,, unless your happy to lose most of whatever you have.... 

i wouldn't know, its never happened to me

 

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In Thailand you will lose all the time, right from day one you start losing. If you don't know that then you are in for trouble.

Didn't your papa said, "if you want milk buy it at 7 eleven why bring the cow home?"

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