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Goon Acres / Re: redditors.txt
« Last post by kornbeef on Today at 06:01:12 PM »
unban keep it real swole cru
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Goon Acres / Re: redditors.txt
« Last post by Bitter Weirdo on Today at 06:00:05 PM »
You know who else did nothing wrong?


THAT'S RIGHT

Not linking to Swole Cru's user info :lolno:
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Goon Acres / Re: redditors.txt
« Last post by kornbeef on Today at 05:59:12 PM »
You know who else did nothing wrong?


THAT'S RIGHT
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Goon Acres / Re: redditors.txt
« Last post by a torrent of piss on Today at 05:54:54 PM »
Hey since all of you are experts on dead people's money I have a question.

What do you do when you have a relative who decides to break into the home of a distant relative with terminal illness, overturn the whole house looking for the will, find the strong box, bring the strong box back home, break the strongbox, find out that they're not listed in the will after breaking into the strong box, and then they call the attorney of the terminally ill person to try and get their name into the will?
Did they seriously call the testator's attorney to try and have themselves written into the will? :psyduck:

File a police report if you haven't already. If this happened within the last 180 days, see if your state has an elder abuse restraining order to file against them. Ask the attorney if they feel they can testify that the jerk admitted to having physical control over and requested to be written into the will.

Either get physical possession of the will or, if the testator still has capacity, execute a new one.

Edit: I mean, I'm presuming you are not the burglar here.

Geez no, the guy was always scummy, but we all had no idea that he would sink this low and commit a crime like this by trying to steal an inheritance, especially since he runs his own business and really isn't in financial dire straights.


It caused half the family to immediately re-write their own wills to keep him out of it in any form and under no circumstances will he ever get anything.

But he's trying to justify that he did nothing wrong.
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Goon Acres / Re: redditors.txt
« Last post by Whig Historian on Today at 05:46:51 PM »
Hey since all of you are experts on dead people's money I have a question.

What do you do when you have a relative who decides to break into the home of a distant relative with terminal illness, overturn the whole house looking for the will, find the strong box, bring the strong box back home, break the strongbox, find out that they're not listed in the will after breaking into the strong box, and then they call the attorney of the terminally ill person to try and get their name into the will?
Did they seriously call the testator's attorney to try and have themselves written into the will? :psyduck:

File a police report if you haven't already. If this happened within the last 180 days, see if your state has an elder abuse restraining order to file against them. Ask the attorney if they feel they can testify that the jerk admitted to having physical control over and requested to be written into the will.

Either get physical possession of the will or, if the testator still has capacity, execute a new one.

Edit: I mean, I'm presuming you are not the burglar here.
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Goon Acres / Re: redditors.txt
« Last post by a torrent of piss on Today at 05:36:27 PM »
Hey since all of you are experts on dead people's money I have a question.

What do you do when you have a relative who decides to break into the home of a distant relative with terminal illness, overturn the whole house looking for the will, find the strong box, bring the strong box back home, break the strongbox, find out that they're not listed in the will after breaking into the strong box, and then they call the attorney of the terminally ill person to try and get their name into the will?
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Goon Acres / Re: The Feminism Thread
« Last post by White Rapper on Today at 02:48:02 PM »
I remember reading that...why did OKC scrub the data? It was interesting.
And LOL at that 80/20 rule. HAHAHAHA bitch, if you're above size 8, you're going to have a hard time looking down on anyone as below average.

They did an analytics about Match.com and came to the conclusion that women will never answer you. They were then oddly enough bought out 2 weeks later and the article was memory holed.
IME women on Match will delete messages without reading them or looking at your profile.

Because they think they are better than you.
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Goon Acres / Re: redditors.txt
« Last post by Yankees are Scum on Today at 02:28:03 PM »
Seriously, people really should have wills, PoAs, and advance directives way more often than they actually do, and trying to deal with things after death or incapacity has already happened can be a nightmare.

Yes! Even if you're a broke bastard/bitch you can still do a lot of that for free. There are organizations that will help you do it.
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Barks Ulla:

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‘We chose not to arrest anyone on the spot, but have identified them.’

You know, for once I agree with the decision to not arrest them on the spot. They should have been shot on the spot.

The police told them rascals the next time they'll do something wicked like this, they WILL have a conversation about it.
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Goon Acres / Re: redditors.txt
« Last post by Whig Historian on Today at 02:02:01 PM »
You really should have a DNR if to live to old. Like really really.

In that case there is only 2 outcomes.
1. Your death is foreseen due to illness or complications and you can have a gathering with your friends and family are your wonderful home. Given the comforts of the environment many are likely to attend.
2. You die. If there is time a few of your closest friends and family can stop by but that would be mostly for their sake.

All that drawn out hospital drama surrounded by family while you fight to the bitter end is just another product being sold to you.

Get someone you trust,trust that they will do what you want to be done, to be your power of attorney,make sure they know your specific desires if you were to get terminally ill and have a living will.
*rubs shekel-stained hands in anticipation*

Seriously, people really should have wills, PoAs, and advance directives way more often than they actually do, and trying to deal with things after death or incapacity has already happened can be a nightmare.
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