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This post makes you sound like a MGTOW.
Sounded reasonable to me .  It's pretty clear  that the system is unfair to men. 
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The man was obviously desperate. He probably lost his job, and couldn't find work. This impending court date charging him with "contempt" for failing to pay child support certainly had something to do with this man's horrible choice.
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The system is rigged against men. What happens if a guy can't find work? How is he supposed to pay child support?

He was probably scared he was going to lose his kids, have them turned against him by his ex-wife, etc.  This kind of thinking motivates a lot of murders.
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Note that he was divorced. This is not normal or natural. Marriages need to be a lot more permanent than they are today. Divorce is way too easy. Men and women divorce their spouse just because they're bored, want to give up when the slightest difficulties emerge, and/or move on to the next new, exciting thing (person).
This post makes you sound like a MGTOW.
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The man was obviously desperate. He probably lost his job, and couldn't find work. This impending court date charging him with "contempt" for failing to pay child support certainly had something to do with this man's horrible choice.

The system is rigged against men. What happens if a guy can't find work? How is he supposed to pay child support?

He was probably scared he was going to lose his kids, have them turned against him by his ex-wife, etc.  This kind of thinking motivates a lot of murders. "If I can't have him/her/them then no one will." with a bit of "I'll kill ____ before ___ can be corrupted" thrown in. Such motivation is not morally legitimate, but it is very human thinking which reappears all the time in various crime stories.

Note that he was divorced. This is not normal or natural. Marriages need to be a lot more permanent than they are today. Divorce is way too easy. Men and women divorce their spouse just because they're bored, want to give up when the slightest difficulties emerge, and/or move on to the next new, exciting thing (person).
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Two sleeping Indiana teens shot dead by father who kills himself

Yearbook photos of (l.) Shelby Hunn, 13, and her 15-year-old brother Harrision Hunn.  (Fox 59 Indianapolis )
An Indiana teen and his 13-year-old sister were sleeping when they were shot dead by their father who then killed himself.
Deputies found the bodies Friday morning in rural home in Boone County, Fox 59 Indianapolis reported.
“I spoke to the family and spoke to the mother who is devastated obviously, but she did not see this happening at all,” Boone County Mike Nielson said, according to the station.
Harrison Hunn, 15, and Shelby Hunn, 13, were found in their bedrooms, the station reported.
Michael Hunn, 50, shared custody of the two children with his ex-wife Stephanie Reece, according to the station.
School officials called Reece Friday to ask why Harrison and Shelby weren't in school, the sheriff said.
She called deputies after she went to the house and no one answered the door.
Court records show there was a petition filed for contempt last month and a court date was scheduled for next week, the station reported.
The petition accused Hunn of failing to pay child support, the Indianapolis Star reported.

Reece was the girls' tennis coach at her son’s high school, the paper reported.
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SSPX Resistance News / Re: By their Fruits You Shall Know Them
« Last post by Last Tradhican on Today at 09:03:32 AM »
I've never seen any SSPX parishioner dressed this way.
I am talking about outside of mass attendance , the way they dress during the rest of the week outside of the 2 hours at mass on Sundays. I am talking about young people under 40.
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Crisis in the Church / Re: John XXIII a True Pope?
« Last post by Ladislaus on Today at 07:50:16 AM »
That is pure speculation and gossip.

Nonsense.  There's credible circumstantial evidence.  No smoking gun, but much more than mere speculation and gossip.
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SSPX Resistance News / Re: Knock Pilgrimage 2018
« Last post by forlorn on Today at 06:24:47 AM »
Why does everyone take the La Salette apparition as confirmed when all the predictions of its witnesses turned out to be false? They even gave specific dates for when their prophecies would happen, and they never came. 
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I entered the Kaunas diocesan seminary still during the times of Khrushchev, in 1955. Probably, I was lucky since no one tried to recruit me to be a spy, no one threatened me with anything for which I could have been expelled from the seminary if I did not do. In the third year of my studies, I was called to serve in the army and upon returning encountered a different situation: both the administration of the seminary itself and its spirit had changed. The former rector of the seminary Kazimieras Žitkus (Vincas Stonis) was replaced by Rev. Alfonsas Lapė. I was unpleasantly surprised by some seminarians who agitated for eliminating prayer. When in the summer of 1961 I was called to the Lazdijai district passport division, from which I was delivered to the KGB department where the officer Jonas insistently urged me to "be a friend," I understood who had mixed up the seminary's spirit. Although the bloody period of Stalin was fading, ever denser clouds were gathering over the Homeland and the Church. The 'always correct and never misleading' communist party was planning 'a bright future' for us, which nationalism and religion could hinder. The Council for Religious Affairs diligently implemented the party's program - to destroy religious belief. Not only were the activities of the seminary restricted, but attempts were made to isolate the priests in their parish houses behind a barbed wire of laws and instructions. Punishments ranging from a ban to carry out the duties of a priest to imprisonment threatened those who did not obey them. There was a lack of necessary articles for believers: catechisms, prayer books, and even rosary beads. Under such circumstances one had to decide whom to obey: God or a man? The first opposition steps that led to the origin of the Kronika were made at this time.
Like-minded priests from time to time met to discuss current events and questions concerning priest affairs. The vague future was one of the greatest problems: scores of priests passed away every year, while the seminary admitted only five students each year, leaving other candidates behind the seminary's gates. The plan of the Soviet authorities was clear: to reduce the number of priests to a minimum as quickly as possible, to lock up those working in their parish houses, and make some of the priests their agents. In this way, the Church will be fatally injured - after losing its pastors, it will lie still in agony.

http://www.lkbkronika.lt/index.php/en/3-the-chronicle-of-the-catholic-church-in-lithuania.html
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The Sacred: Catholic Liturgy, Chant, Prayers / Re: Eucharistic Miracle
« Last post by poche on Today at 04:25:16 AM »
After visiting the Cathedral of Orvieto, many pilgrims and tourists journey to St. Christina's Church in Bolsena to see for themselves the place where the miracle occurred. From the north aisle of the church one can enter the Chapel of the Miracle, where the stains on the paved floor are said to have been made by the blood from the miraculous Host. The altar of the miracle, which is surmounted by a 9th- century canopy, is now situated in the grotto of St. Christina. A reclining statue of the saint is nearby.
In August of 1964, on the 700th anniversary of the institution of the feast of Corpus Christi, Pope Paul VI celebrated Holy Mass at the altar where the holy corporal is kept in its golden shrine in the Cathedral of Orvieto. (His Holiness had journeyed to Orvieto by helicopter; he was the first pope in history to use such a means of transportation).
Twelve years later, the same pontiff visited Bolsena and spoke from there via television to the 41st International Eucharistic Congress, then concluding its activities in Philadelphia. During his address Pope Paul Vl spoke of the Eucharist as being ". . . a mystery great and inexhaustible."


http://www.therealpresence.org/eucharst/mir/bolsena.html
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