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    Starting a new life is harder than I thought

    I'm not a "hipster doofus" computer guy, so I don't know what exactly you and this site are expecting of me.
    Where is this "intros" place, or is this code for a place I have to go to introduce myself.
    I'm a simple guy who likes to garden/landscape, draw, paint watercolors, hike, camp, take my dog on long walks alone, away from the madness; especially screaming children.

    I was caregiving for my best friend 24/7 for the last 10 months till his death this past May; had been caring for him for a total of 4 years. I had to stop working away from home because I'd come home and he'd be laying on the floor banged-up and bleeding. He was a knock-down, drag-out drunk, for the most part--really sad. His father made it worse by giving him a whole lot of money to make investments: stocks, calls/puts,dividends, PEP, etc., so Ken (my best friend) spent his hours getting drunk and yelling at judge Judy, the news, and other irritating shows. His dad pretty much helped him commit, slow, agonizing suicide. The last 10 months were horrific--not something I'm ready to talk about, because it is so graphic.

    His sister was supposed to be POA (power of attorney) but she did little to nothing. She and her bitch daughter were more interested in shopping, traveling, and slurping-up Starf*cks coffee, while her beta-cuck, fat, diabetic drunk husband sat at home, staring at the boob-tube, and rooted for his favorite sports team--I really dislike those two sh*ts, and the husband is just, well, a p-whipped, fat slop.

    My best friend put his house in trust to me, so this month I should get the title and be out of here (San Jose, CA) by the end of the year. This whole area makes me nausiated every time I have to go out: get gas, grocery shop, walk my dog, etc.; the people around here are such a-holes. I'm originally from New Hampshire. But, since my mother decided she'd rather do drugs and sleep-around, my dad divorced her and moved us kids out to CA back in 1975. I miss NH, and liked the fact it was rural but close enough to Boston if I wanted action--sinful action, that is.

    I'll be moviing to a rural town in AZ for the 2019 year, and thankfully, will only pay a small CA state tax bill.
    I just have to make sure I get rid of my CA bank account, register my truck in AZ, THIS year. Un-register from my church (don't have a clue what to do there), and make sure I own or have proof of residency in AZ before next year rolls around.
    The CA Franchise Tax board will have their tenticals out searching me out claiming I still live in CA; they do it to "refugees" all the time.
    Sometimes they'll wait 3-4 years, then spring a 10-15k tax bill, along with a threatening letter. Some people are not prepared and pay the extortion money--CALIFORNIA SUUUUUUCKS!

    I hope I'll be happy in AZ. It's got all the outdoor activities I've been missing, and rural enough so as to not be bothered by crowds of a-holes. I also hope this short introductiontells you a little aboutme and that zI amfar from a troll.

    Talk to you all later, I've got church soon.

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    Starting a new life is harder than I thought

    Living here in California for the past 25 years on and off has been anything but pleasant. My current stint has been a 4 year one. My best friend Ken had a wicked alcohol problem, along with a major stroke he acquired back before I knew him, while attended college in Wisconsin. He asked me to move into his home and take care of things he couldn't. He had subsequent strokes after the first one in the '90's, so he was getting in worse shape. So I got a job in San Jose, and took care of his needs as well: cooking, cleaning, shopping, etc.. One good thing about the arrangement was that it was room & board,and if anyone knows a little about Silicon Valley, that's a major deal. He died in May of this year, leaving me his home--another big deal! He also left me--that I didn't know about--a nice size bank account to hold me over till I can sell this hyper-inflated, 1410 sqft., 1968 tracked, Silicon Valley home. He also left me his Roth-IRA. I feel blessed, but his father and sister don't like the idea of him leaving me so much. Oh F*cking Well. They would have buried him in some nursing home years ago and forgot about the poor guy--he was a handful, and often acted like a four(4)-year-old, especially the last year of his life.

    The reason I mention this is because this has become a life altering endevour. I had no clue a half decade ago I'd be retiring or able to retire at 54. And I hadn't a clue that I'd be moving to Arizona--alone, no ball'n chain.
    I had a girl friend through all this. She was a church person, so I assumed--wrongly--that she'd be a great person to rely on, to comfort me when times were challenging with Ken, and boost my energy. What I got instead was a self-absorbed freak-of-nature. She used to pull all kinds of guilt-trip-sh*t on me, and even accused me of sleeping with my best friend a few times--sick bitch. I had to cool it with her last year; July 2017 I called Ken's mom and decided to set up an appointment with Ken's doctor. The news was less than good. And come to find out, he was lying to me about his periodic labs. He had Liver failure, and the doctor told us to expect only 1-3 years life expectancy. With a liver transplant his odds were better, but he was a knock-down, drag-out, alcoholic, and would have none of that liver transplant business. Thusly, he died 10mos. later.

    I made a stupid error by contacting my ex-gf for some company since the house was empty and I, all of a sudden, had too much time on my hands. Things were ok the first 2 visits but the 3rd was bad, the fourth and final one was a doozy!
    She fell apart all of a sudden the 4th time. I had caught her in a couple of lies. She tried the, "I'll just live in my car" trap--didn't fall or it. She then said she hated herself, and stormed off. Phew, I thought she was gone, but nope, she came back an hour later; that was after I had tried to get rid of any evidence she was there. I was starting to get paranoid that she might make up a story to try and get me in trouble. Fortunately, she came back, "just wanting to talk."

    I came right out with it. I told her she was a f*cking mess, that she needed to move her sh*t she had in storage for 20 freak'n years, and move her ass to Mt. Shasta. She had planned on moving there before she found out she might have a sucker-in-the-making. I also told her that she was selfish, coniving, and that I just lost a best friend, have no family in the vicinity, and would NOT take any of her garbage for a minute longer. I told her to call her brother to arrange a time so he can get family and friends to unload her sh*t she'd be moving up there. I told her to also call her "sister" (church folk) to help her with any further details. I finally told her I was through, empty, and would have NOTHING to contribute and would not have anything going forward. She hasn't contacted me in 3mos. but if I know her like I think I do, when she burns her bridge with her brother up there in Shasta, she'll be trying to contact me. She'll have a hard time though: cell phone, blocked, email, blocked. And I'll be long gone by 2019 to Arizona, hiking some trails with my dog, not giving two-sh*ts about whatever became of that lying bitch.

    I had a 4 year relationship with a girl I like to call, Patty-Puddles because a simple peck on the cheek would cause her to burst down below like a dam. Unfortunately, she couldn't resist banging any guy--possible girl for all I know--within a 100 mi. radius. She even slept with one of my supposed friends.

    I've never married. My brother did, and ended up dead at 49 from alcoholism thanks to: a wife, 6 kids, and a mother-in-law from hell. My dad was married, but divorced my mother back in 1974 because she perfered drugs and women over her husband and 3 kids. The poor guy was so turned-off by women he never married again, and barely dated more than twice that I know of. Needless to say, I dodged a bullet. Seeing what women did to my immediate family was enough for me to not even think twice about marrying. Especially with that last whacked-out chick I managed to dump on her brother's doorstep.

    That's all for now. I hope this helps the "powers that be" know that I'm not trolling this site for kicks.

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    Re: Catalog of Anti-Male Shaming Tactics

    Quote Originally Posted by StevenRichards View Post
    I'm not a "hipster doofus" computer guy, so I don't know what exactly you and this site are expecting of me. Where is this "intros" place, or is this code for a place I have to go to introduce myself.
    Well, its outlined in the sticky post "How to intro", but what you have here seems fine to me. Welcome to the forum.

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    Glad to see you made it Steven. Welcome.
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    Re: Starting a new life is harder than I thought

    Quote Originally Posted by StevenRichards View Post
    That's all for now. I hope this helps the "powers that be" know that I'm not trolling this site for kicks.
    Yeah, I'd sure say you're not. That is quite the Intro. Your 6th and last post was August 6 but I stumbled upon your Intro only today after clicking from another thread where a Moderator wrote that he transferred you to this New Members forum. It's now 4 months later so you may not see my post for awhile?

    Please accept my belated condolences at the loss of your best friend. Care-giving for 4 years, wow. I respect you much for that.

    You made a comment about proof of AZ residency. When I transferred with my job to Phoenix in 1982, I heard that AZ law considered people as a full time AZ resident by the fact of having a job there, which I did have, and that the police would camp out by the side of the road during morning rush hour to see which cars were going to work with license plates from other states so they could be ticketed for that, or for not having an AZ drivers license, can't remember exactly which one or both. So, I went and got AZ plates and drivers license asap. Because I had not lived in AZ the full calendar year of 1982, for my 1983 State Income Tax filing I was classified a part-time resident. Soon, when I registered for night classes at the community college, because I had not yet lived there a full year I was classified a non-resident and had to pay out-of-state tuition. So, I was a resident, part-time resident, and non-resident, all at the same time, depending on who I was paying money to, so they could capitalize on me. I thought that was outrageous and wrong! What a rude awakening for this young guy from Small Town, Wyoming to the ways of the world.

    Anyway, if you are reading this, welcome!
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    Hi, welcome to the forum. I hope you enjoy your stay here. See you around.
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    Re: Starting a new life is harder than I thought

    Quote Originally Posted by StevenRichards View Post
    I'm not a "hipster doofus" computer guy, so I don't know what exactly you and this site are expecting of me.
    Where is this "intros" place, or is this code for a place I have to go to introduce myself.
    I'm a simple guy who likes to garden/landscape, draw, paint watercolors, hike, camp, take my dog on long walks alone, away from the madness; especially screaming children.

    I was caregiving for my best friend 24/7 for the last 10 months till his death this past May; had been caring for him for a total of 4 years. I had to stop working away from home because I'd come home and he'd be laying on the floor banged-up and bleeding. He was a knock-down, drag-out drunk, for the most part--really sad. His father made it worse by giving him a whole lot of money to make investments: stocks, calls/puts,dividends, PEP, etc., so Ken (my best friend) spent his hours getting drunk and yelling at judge Judy, the news, and other irritating shows. His dad pretty much helped him commit, slow, agonizing suicide. The last 10 months were horrific--not something I'm ready to talk about, because it is so graphic.

    His sister was supposed to be POA (power of attorney) but she did little to nothing. She and her bitch daughter were more interested in shopping, traveling, and slurping-up Starf*cks coffee, while her beta-cuck, fat, diabetic drunk husband sat at home, staring at the boob-tube, and rooted for his favorite sports team--I really dislike those two sh*ts, and the husband is just, well, a p-whipped, fat slop.

    My best friend put his house in trust to me, so this month I should get the title and be out of here (San Jose, CA) by the end of the year. This whole area makes me nausiated every time I have to go out: get gas, grocery shop, walk my dog, etc.; the people around here are such a-holes. I'm originally from New Hampshire. But, since my mother decided she'd rather do drugs and sleep-around, my dad divorced her and moved us kids out to CA back in 1975. I miss NH, and liked the fact it was rural but close enough to Boston if I wanted action--sinful action, that is.

    I'll be moviing to a rural town in AZ for the 2019 year, and thankfully, will only pay a small CA state tax bill.
    I just have to make sure I get rid of my CA bank account, register my truck in AZ, THIS year. Un-register from my church (don't have a clue what to do there), and make sure I own or have proof of residency in AZ before next year rolls around.
    The CA Franchise Tax board will have their tenticals out searching me out claiming I still live in CA; they do it to "refugees" all the time.
    Sometimes they'll wait 3-4 years, then spring a 10-15k tax bill, along with a threatening letter. Some people are not prepared and pay the extortion money--CALIFORNIA SUUUUUUCKS!

    I hope I'll be happy in AZ. It's got all the outdoor activities I've been missing, and rural enough so as to not be bothered by crowds of a-holes. I also hope this short introductiontells you a little aboutme and that zI amfar from a troll.

    Talk to you all later, I've got church soon.
    And there it is. Taking care of a friend, for 4 years no less, while certainly admirable is indeed highly unusual behaviour. So I was wondering whether you were a Christian and woops there it is right at the end of the intro part 1. Now I feel like Sherlock for my impeccable deduction skillz. Lulz

    Good for you that you figured out that the churche's gynocentric message, especially in regard to kids and marriage is utter garbage. You don't need none of that shit, and you certainly need none of that shit to be a "good Christian". I'm certain God won't care if you've spread your seed and scored some roastie or not.
    Welcome to the board.

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