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July 27, 2004

No Murder Pact

Living in California (and listening to talk radio like the old person I apparently am), I hear WAY more about the Scott Peterson trial than is probably healthy. My heart breaks for Laci’s family.

And now there’s this Mark Hacking character who bought a mattress before he bothered to call in his wife’s missing person report. Oh, and he completely lied about graduating from college and being accepted to med school.

Can childish men please stop killing their pregnant wives?

When does one come to the decision that killing your wife is a better option then, say, divorce? I understand that divorce can be extremely painful and destructive to all sorts of personal relationships. However, murder and a death sentence can disrupt your life just as well if not better.

Frinklin and I actually had a brief discussion before I agreed to marry him. A “no murder pact,” if you will. We vowed that no matter how terrible our relationship could be in the future or how ugly a custody battle might be over our future unborn children—we wouldn’t kill each other. While we did it in jest (yes, I’m aware I have a dark and possibly evil sense of humor), it’s starting to drive me crazy just how often people see murder as the best way to end their marriage.

Posted by Ensie at July 27, 2004 06:56 PM


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