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and in an effort to placate her, put up little resistance. This resulted in the loss of the home he had built for his family nicknamed "The Italian Villa", the bulk of his assets, and contact with his children. Natalie changed their last names from Keaton to Talmadge, and they were disallowed from speaking about their father or seeing him.


According to Keaton in his autobiography, Natalie turned him out of their bedroom and sent detectives to follow him to see who he was dating behind her back. She also spent enormous sums of money. During the early 1920s, as per his autobiography, he dated actress Kathleen Key, and upon ending the affair, Key flew into a rage, tearing up his dressing room. Not until 1932, did Natalie bitterly divorce Keaton, at which time the court awarded her custody of both sons and substantial financial support. She refused to allow any contact between Keaton and his sons, whose last name she had changed to Talmadge. Keaton was reunited with them about eight years later when the older son turned 18. The failure of his marriage, along with the loss of his independence as a filmmaker, led Keaton into a period of serious alcoholism.





In the earliest days on stage, they traveled with a medicine show that included family friend, illusionist Harry Houdini. Keaton himself verified the origin of his nickname "Buster", given to him by Houdini, when at the age of three, fell down a flight of stairs and was picked up and dusted off by Houdini, who said to Keaton's father Joe, also nearby, that the fall was 'a buster'. Savvy showman Joe Keaton liked the nickname, which has stuck for more than 100 years.




Norma would marry three times (and have an open affair while still married to Schenck) and Constance married four times (men were always falling in love with her). Neither had children, but they happily doted on their two young nephews. After her divorce from Buster Natalie would not remarry, but she did have boyfriends over the years. Rather infamously, she had her sons’ last name legally changed to Talmadge when they were teens

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Superior Court Judge Joseph Sproul gave the mother full custody and hefty settlement because she climed he was "impossible"

Depressed, penniless, and out of control, he was fired by MGM by 1933, and became a full-fledged alcoholic.

... and nothing has changed in family courts for more than a 100 yrs
 
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One of my ex-girlfriends is an attorney. She told me of a local divorce case where a newlywed couple learned she was pregnant shortly after their honeymoon. Their excitement doubled when they found out she was carrying twins!

The excitement dissipated substantially upon her giving birth to two black babies. Hubby left her (they were both white). Apparently the bachelorette party with a black male stripper had gotten a little out of control. 🤷‍♂️
 
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The excitement dissipated substantially upon her giving birth to two black babies. Hubby left her (they were both white). Apparently the bachelorette party with a black male stripper had gotten a little out of control. 🤷‍♂️
in my friends case he was gone for 3 fucking days when his bride banged an older married dude. Who already had 3 kids...lol
Then he ended up.spending new C8 money to fight for custody and support...lol
I admire his conviction... the focus not so much. Not the kids fault and hey he gets to be laden with debt to attend a useless college.
 

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I made friends with a guy from the middle east when he attended the same college where I was studying. He married a girl from my hometown. They were having trouble getting pregnant and were consulting with a fertility specialist. They eventually decided it was not to be. Some time later she became pregnant and they were ecstatic. The baby was born and had what appeared to be the olive skin complexion of his father. It did not take long before the baby began to take on the features of his biological father........broad nose and nappy hair. The whore mother eventually confessed under pressure and he divorced her.

I learned the story from his mother but never revealed to him that I knew. Did not seem necessary to me to say anything about it as I felt really bad for him.
 
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aint no stopping a woman when her biological alarm has gone off...

but what about asians, are they as nasty in divorce (asking for Gobrian) joking...

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Some of them are quite sad... suicide notes.. a father has lost custody of his son and he committed suicide

Ive never seen such an increase.. suicide is now the biggest killer of MEN under 30 !

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One of my ex-girlfriends is an attorney. She told me of a local divorce case where a newlywed couple learned she was pregnant shortly after their honeymoon. Their excitement doubled when they found out she was carrying twins!

The excitement dissipated substantially upon her giving birth to two black babies. Hubby left her (they were both white). Apparently the bachelorette party with a black male stripper had gotten a little out of control. 🤷‍♂️
I wonder if the stripper ever had to pay child support?
 
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If you’ve never read it, the book is one of Dickens’ most damning condemnations of the poverty, crime, and child labor that dominated 19th century Britain.

It was personal for Dickens; as a boy, he was forced to work long hours in a shoe polish factory for pitiful wages after his father had been hauled off to debtors’ prison.


And Oliver Twist was so shocking it began a global conversation about child labor and contributed to the worldwide Children’s Rights Movement.

By the early 20th century, children were starting to be viewed as more than just cheap, easily exploitable workers. Instead, western nations began to prioritize children’s well-being.
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TODAY FATHERS ARE STILL HAULED OFF TO DEBTORS PRISON, AND THE CHILDREN ARE HELD FOR RANSOM BY FAMILY COURTS TO HANG DEBT AROUND ONE PARENTS NECK (accruing 10% compaound interest) SEEKING THUS HOOK THEM UP TO A LIFE LONG PAYMENT SCHEME TO SECURE FEDERAL FUNDING

nothing has changed in 200 yrs
 
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Been divorced 3 times..You really don’t want to be reading that nasty shit..
That is a VERY COMMON sentiment from men that have been through divorce.... bury it, forget it, move on.
THIS IS WHY NOTHING CHANGES!!

Women have a different response to life challenges like this - they band together and fight for change - Feminism

This is why men continue to get slaughtered in Divorce despite the constitution guaranteeing EVERY parents FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT to parent their children.

How many more 100yrs will it take for men to grab the bull by the horns?
 

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Dude a GREAT Piece of imported pussy costs pennies compared to dating, engagement and marriage... but where the big bargain comes is when they leave who cares, you still have all your shit and you can have a younger fresher one any time you want. Why any one would .arry outside of having kids is beyond me.
 
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Fathers Incarcerated for Child Support

Closely related to the act of slavery has been the practice of debt bondage. Beginning in Biblical/Classical times, people who defaulted on their loans could be imprisoned, enslaved, or simply executed. The actual word "Draconian" comes from the Greek lawmaker, "Draco", who in 7th century BCE, codified legislation regarding the enslavement of debtors. The Shylock's right to cut a pound of flesh from Antonio in Shakespeare's "Merchant of Venice," is another ghastly reminder of this antiquated practice.

By the 16th century, defaulters were no longer enslaved or summarily executed, but instead, were led to prison cells by the thousands. In many instances they were charged for food and could only eat what they were capable of begging from pedestrians walking by the windows of the jail. In the beginning of 19th century America, thousands of people, more than half WOMEN, languished in debtors prison-- usually for amounts under ten dollars.

This practice was abolished in the 1830's; we believed in the humanitarian principle that, to give the creditor, in any case whatsoever, power over the debtor's body, was morally distasteful. Yet, however, we have no problem doing this to fathers who are incapable of paying for their children. In many cases, children they did NOT want to have, did not consent to, and cannot afford to provide for.

We live in an age where there is no excuse for a woman to have a child if she is not 100% committed to raising this new life. MANY of the men who've I've seen locked up for child support have been either mentally disabled, without career options, or held hostage to a birth certificate they never signed.

There is never a situation where removing the father element, locking him in prison, and depriving that young life of a paternal figure, is acceptable. It does nothing for the child, nothing for the mother, nothing for the state, and nothing for the situation as a whole.

This practice is nothing less than barbarism and should be spoken against at every available opportunity.

THE ASSERTION THAT:

These folks don't go to jail because they didn't pay a debt. They go to jail because they contemptuously disobeyed a court order to pay child support.

IS A LEGAL FICTION.... equivalent to arguing that a gunshot victim died of rapid lead poisoning not a speeding bullet.
 
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