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04-07-2009, 03:22 AM
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So my wife and I had an interesting marriage. I am from NYC and she's from Vancouver. Not difficult math to see where this would create hockey problems. Anyways ... I have missed only around a dozen televised NYR games since the 70s, so regardless of where she's from I am watching the games. Every single NY game I've watched over the last 7 years, she complains, tells me I'm too loud and, long story short, she generally leaves the living room pissed off at me. And God forbid I try to watch the 94 Finals while my wife is anywhere in the continental US.

To avoid making this already long post any more boring, we got separated recently and she came to the house to get some of her stuff. When I got home from work, she ****ing cut my 94 Cup t-shirt in half and tore up my Rangers pajamas. So ... I am ****ING PISSED!
ouch...what year did you guys get married? are you just separated for now or divorced?

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So my wife and I had an interesting marriage. I am from NYC and she's from Vancouver. Not difficult math to see where this would create hockey problems. Anyways ... I have missed only around a dozen televised NYR games since the 70s, so regardless of where she's from I am watching the games. Every single NY game I've watched over the last 7 years, she complains, tells me I'm too loud and, long story short, she generally leaves the living room pissed off at me. And God forbid I try to watch the 94 Finals while my wife is anywhere in the continental US.

To avoid making this already long post any more boring, we got separated recently and she came to the house to get some of her stuff. When I got home from work, she ****ing cut my 94 Cup t-shirt in half and tore up my Rangers pajamas. So ... I am ****ING PISSED!

Not sure what to say dude considering their is nothing i can do to make this feel any better for ya... Maybe find a way to get back at her and treat yourself to some nice hockey memorabilia... On her

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Get an autograph signed picture of trevor linden and rip it up infront of her...of course it would probably take more money to actually get the autograph than its value but......

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Call the police and at least have your complaint documented, even if you can't prove/press charges over the fact that she tore up your shirt. It will come in handy if she ever does something crazier and you need to prove that she has a history of acting a fool.

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I hate to say it--but at the end of the day it's just stuff she destroyed and it's best to just let it go--or maybe as just something to use to make her feel guilty later. I'm sure she'll have something of the same for you anyway.

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ouch man. ouch.

Well no matter if she destroyed the shirt or not - you still have the memories of 94 and the Rangers win have a 94 championship banner hanging forever.

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Good revenge tactic.

1- Go buy 3-5 cheap Nuck jersey's and get the same amount of broom sticks.

2- Wait till late at nite.

3- Stick the jersey's on the broom sticks and then the sticks in the lawn.

4- Set said jersey's on fire (plz make sure there are no tree's or bushes or people around to get cought on fire.)

5- Drive away very fast

Enjoy

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Ahhh, to be in love......

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The best revenge is to do nothing.

There will be nothing more maddening to her than being unable to get a reaction out of you.

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The best revenge is to do nothing.

There will be nothing more maddening to her than being unable to get a reaction out of you.
As a divorcee, I couldnt agree more.

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The best revenge is to do nothing.

There will be nothing more maddening to her than being unable to get a reaction out of you.
It may be the best, but its not a lot of fun.

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You know what you have to do.

Trevor Linden jersey + dog crap = revenge

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I think I read something about Mike Danton comming out of jail. He have some connections you could us!


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Keep the threats of violence to a minimum, even in jest.

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How about a continuous looping digital picture frame of Richter stuffing Bure on the penalty shot? Right over her head in the bedroom.

And a looping soundbyte of sam saying "THE WAITING IS OVER"

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