TomatoTomahto wrote:I don't know how to factor that into the ROI. Let's say he marries someone above his station. Is that a return?
cheese_breath wrote:Guess I'll follow Woody Allen's lead and take up smoking because it will soon be good for you.
crg11 wrote:etarini wrote:I'm in the Boston area - does anyone have any experience getting Global Entry in Boston?
Boston is always backed up.
Ged wrote:I *really* appreciate the lack of tracking on this site.
Austintatious wrote:You simply won't find a better canned tuna product around, unless there's some erotic foreign brand that I've not stumbled across.
denovo wrote:Calm Man wrote: Good luck to you. To others here at the forum --- Am I being unfair to the husband? What do others think?
As I explained above, I don't think there's a remote chance he's worth anywhere near 7 million.
Valuethinker wrote:In fact someone has written a book 'Jane Austen: Game Theorist' about the intricate interpersonal play of the book.
anonforthis wrote:I’m willing to give up my weekend because we don’t really do anything anyway. My husband works every weekend. My kids will be with me so that’s perfect job.
dansnad wrote:And if her husband dies soon, she will surely remarry and enjoy sharing in her new spouse's income.
Barefootgirl wrote:I'm a vestige of another time - today, after 5 years with my current employer, I am pension eligible.
strafe wrote:I'm really amused at how lengthy this silly thread has gotten. Nothing ignites conversation like gasoline, manners, and a catchy diagram.
Meg77 wrote:If you file taxes jointly you should be able to see how much income your family is earning.
Gill wrote:Everyone seems to be ignoring the OP's acknowledgment that she signed a prenup. All this discussion may be moot if she waived all her rights in his estate.