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Visitation Issues / I must be tired of the BS...
« on: Aug 15, 2004, 04:00:13 PM »
I have to take my 8 year old daughter back to her mother today, less than 2 hours.  I have had her for only 4 weeks.

 Last year I had my daughter for 5 weeks.  I let her go home for a baby shower for her new baby brother then.  I thought that I was giving up a week for my daughter, to let her participate in the baby shower.  I should have had six weeks last year.

This year the mother of my daughter arbitrarily decided 4weeks.  "It's the Guidelines."  I live within the jurisdiction of the cookie cutter court of Yakima County in the femily law state of Washington.  

I feel that everything that i have done and tried are worthless and there is nothing that I can do as a NON-CUSTODIAL parent.

I feel like for the next two weeks that are left of the summer, that I should do something to make up for the lost time.  So it looks like it's time to get my sign made up and start walking the streets.  


I'm so tired of this BS.

The only time this father can get is hard time.


Custody Issues / Alienated
« on: Jul 16, 2008, 07:17:39 PM »
Well, it's been two months since I've seen my daughter.  The last time that I saw her was on my birthday over two months ago.  I am thinking of just giving up on her.  I'll still fight for father's rights, but I think I'm out of luck and soooo tired of trying to be a father.  I'm just a paycheck.

I have gone above and beyond what any other father in my circle would do to stay in their childs' lives.  I got a felony trying to stay in her life.  I ran into a judge's chamber in California and yelled at the judge.  It was because of a moveaway (kidnapping). I thought that it worked out for the best because my daughter and her mother moved back here after I got out of my jail time.  But she only moved back here because she thought that I couldn't leave California.  She even stated that she thought that I couldn't leave California in the court papers here.  The mother has done so much to show that she was trying to alienate me and the courts were mute.  

For the last two years, I have had minimal phone contact (1 phone call) with the mother.  Whenever I call, the mother doesn't answer the phone.  She has my daughter call me back.  I have had to plan all p/ups and drop/offs through my now 12 year old daughter.  But now she, my daughter,  just doesn't want to see me.  It's funny but the words that she used when I spoke with her were words that an adult would use and she caught herself and tried to reword it in her own words.

This is too hard to talk about.  Anyway, here is my question:

What do I do?  File for change of custody or quit?


Custody Issues / Ideas on going to the Media.
« on: Oct 30, 2006, 07:02:28 AM »
Hi Everyone,

I'm going to the press Finally.  Wednesday night is when I go public.  Court is on Thursday. (postponed: I am making sure all facts are in order, don't want a lawsuit.)  I'll hand the court commissioner and opposing counsel the same content that I will have already given to the press.  A little fair warning, ONLY because I feel that they have been victimized by the PBFH as well.  I don't want to piss them off, I am just doing what I have to do.  It's time that I stood up and said Enough.  

I have really good content and valid points and arguments.  I'll have supporting documentation online, covering my case and also gender discrimination in general for the press to review.   I'll have one letter typed up which will be clear and concise.  I don't want to have to try and speak it out in court because they'll just turn me off.  If I hand them a letter, then the court will have to admit that they received the information that I have always tried to present.  

Also, another factor is how do I this so that it doesn't hurt my daughter in any way.  She may see her Dad on tv over this, and I don't know if it will make her feel good or bad.  I'm just worried about how it will affect her.  

I'm definitely doing this.  I'm also Firing my court appointed attorney.  (didn't fire her, she is looking at docs)Someone must have thought that it would be funny to give a father right's activist a timid and inexperienced female attorney.  

I've been on the local news on several occasions already, so I have some practice and experience speaking to the public.

I would just like to get some thoughts on how you would go about making a total a$$ of yourself by spotlighting wrongs in the system.  It will embarass them, and myself.  

Does anyone have any good suggestions or ideas for maximizing my effort?

I am looking for content to support gender discrimination in the court system.  Any good links, content, or other supportive material would be appreciated.

Father's Issues / Slogans needed.
« on: Jun 11, 2008, 09:55:35 PM »
Hello Everyone,

I need some help with slogans.  I am going to be streetwalking with a placard, while I am dressed up as "FatherTime" on "Father's Day".  I have come up with two so far, but I am not sure if they are exactly what I want to say.  
One side.... It's Father Time  
Other side.... Gender Bias in Family Court

I will have a printout of the Parenting Act study by Diane Lye, which stated certain things about the county in which I reside in Washington State.

I have recently been totally alienated from my daughter... no father's day for me.  My brother is in the family court now and they are ignoring the truth.  No father's day for him either, because of the temporary parenting plan.

I live in a state with a female governor, and two female U.S. Senators.  I do want to address the state issue, as well as address the national issue of states allowing gender discrimination, the way I see it... It is no different than racial discrimination.


Father's Issues / Input on ADHD/Bipolar Program on Frontline PBS
« on: Apr 28, 2008, 02:40:21 PM »
I'd like to get some feedback on peoples thoughts on giving these medications to children who are claimed to be ADHD/Bipolar.

My niece is on some very serious meds. I think that she doesn't need them and so does my brother. We think that her mother uses these docs/meds/ss for her own individual reasons. The child is not in school and they are headed to femily law.

I'd like some opinions if you have any...

Thank you,

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Frontline PBS, The Medicated Child.










Father's Issues / Know your enemy
« on: Aug 12, 2007, 01:56:31 PM »
I went to a website that I thought would be good for words of wisdom and daily strength information.  Was I in for a surprise.

You should take a look and try and understand the "DarkSide."

[a href=http://dailystrength.org/component/option,com_joomlaboard/Itemid,53/func,showcat/catid,895" target="_blank]Click Here for Daily Strength[/a]


Father's Issues / PAS is real.
« on: Jul 26, 2007, 06:07:31 PM »
Just another case of it here.


Father's Issues / Buy yours today...
« on: Apr 06, 2007, 05:57:52 PM »
It's too bad I'm across country from this guy.  I'd buy a box of cigars, they'd read "It's a Bribe."  (it's a boy...it's a girl)

 I wish that I could buy one of these.  



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