Business Amazon exec says it’s time for workers to ‘disagree and commit’ to office return — “I don’t have data to back it up, but I know it’s better.”
I 27F am vehemently childfree, I am sterilized and have no intention of having or caring for any child. I married my husband, 33M, last year and did not know he had any children until 5 days ago. I travel for work, work for myself, and have amazing pay for very few active working hours (I am a honeymoon planner, owning my own business); we have a joint account for bills and our own separate accounts for savings and fun money.
My husband sat me down 5 days ago and told me he hadn't been completely honest with me. And revealed he has 2 children 10M and 7F. He pays regular child support, however, it dips into his fun money and he wants to be able to have fun like I am, so he said he would fight for 50/50 custody.
I was furious he had lied to me and was even more angry when he told me he wanted 50/50. He works 12-16 hour shifts as a nurse and that would mean I would have to take care of the children when I'm not working or are working from home. I told him if he fights for custody, I will leave him. We have a prenup, so a divorce will be rather simple; I get 100% of my business, all of my savings and fun money, and the house, as I inherited it from my grandmother.
He called me an asshole and told me I should step up so that he can have more money in his savings and for fun. And because the kids won't be much hassle due to their ages. So AITA for telling him I will divorce him if he goes through with filing for custody?
Skill / Talent You don't just wake up and play like this. Countless hours of strict discipline of practicing.
🛠️ Union Strong This UAW member has one of the best explanations for why "right to work" is a sham that we've seen.
Pizzagate isn’t real, there were no trafficked children, the “expert” only talked about Pizzagate ONCE, and the pizza place didn’t even have a basement.
TIL during the filming of The Outlaw Josey Wales, Clint Eastwood persuaded the producer to fire the director and Eastwood took over the role. In response, the Directors Guild of America created the Eastwood Rule prohibiting an actor or producer from firing the director and then becoming director.
So many people are doing it and it looks fun, help me practice my drawing please 💕