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Thread: Baby brother is home on parole

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    Quote Originally Posted by PixieWings View Post
    Dad asked if he could stay with me for a little while until everything can be sorted out,
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    My baby brother is actually going to be living with me, he was just spending a little time with dad.
    You may want to review what you wrote before. A good story has consistency.

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    My curiosity question would be "if you don't think he will stay out long because he never does, and you are ok with him staying at your house, which law are you comfortable with him breaking at your house?" But it's not my business and if I was you, I wouldn't answer it on a forum.

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    Parole is a privilege, not a right. If a judge has sentenced him to x number of years, then they can make him do that many in prison. So it is a huge deal and a big privilege to be paroled and not something that prisoners who are being considered for parole would keep quiet about, especially with the person they may be living with/temporarily staying with, depending on which post you read. I'm not surprised he ended up going back if he is living with people who are so blasé about it.

    Your brother did the home visit? And didn't even tell you? Sure. Whatever.

    And how come your dad does all the legal stuff, as you put it, if he doesn't even speak English? After all, you claim to have not spoken English until you were 22 or 20, depending on which post you read, so that would imply that you were raised by non-English speaking parents.

    You just sign any papers given to you? I hope for your kids' sake that their abusive father doesn't send papers asking you to sign full custody over to him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by februarymoon View Post
    Parole is a privilege, not a right. If a judge has sentenced him to x number of years, then they can make him do that many in prison. So it is a huge deal and a big privilege to be paroled and not something that prisoners who are being considered for parole would keep quiet about, especially with the person they may be living with/temporarily staying with, depending on which post you read. I'm not surprised he ended up going back if he is living with people who are so blasé about it.

    Your brother did the home visit? And didn't even tell you? Sure. Whatever.

    And how come your dad does all the legal stuff, as you put it, if he doesn't even speak English? After all, you claim to have not spoken English until you were 22 or 20, depending on which post you read, so that would imply that you were raised by non-English speaking parents.

    You just sign any papers given to you? I hope for your kids' sake that their abusive father doesn't send papers asking you to sign full custody over to him.
    So I guess her dad's military service was for a different country? I'm so confused and I Assume the Marine brother DID learn English younger? But they didn't teach you? What's your native language?
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    Well according to her bio her father was in the US military. I would have thought it would be a requirement when joining the military that you speak the language. Kind of helps when commands are given.

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    hold up how do you put in gifs...
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    That gif would have been a lot funnier if I hadn't have tripped all over myself to get there. This message board is so old school it makes me feel computer illiterate haha!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marianela View Post
    So I guess her dad's military service was for a different country? I'm so confused and I Assume the Marine brother DID learn English younger? But they didn't teach you? What's your native language?
    over the course of 10 years that i can remember, my dad was in the army 30 years, but i was only part of that lifestyle for 10, we lived in England, Germany, Japan, Korea, Russia. I don't have a native language for say because very where we moved i had to learn the language of where we where, my first language was German if you want to call that my native language.
    My older brother the Marine always spoke english, he did not of his time in the Marines in the USA, was stationed in Japan for i think 6 months but for the most part he was in the USA. Oh they have been teaching me english on and off for maybe 15 years now, i speak it well and can write it, but at times i get confused to what the meaning of slang terms are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HunnyBee View Post
    That gif would have been a lot funnier if I hadn't have tripped all over myself to get there. This message board is so old school it makes me feel computer illiterate haha!!!
    It's actually cute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by februarymoon View Post
    Well according to her bio her father was in the US military. I would have thought it would be a requirement when joining the military that you speak the language. Kind of helps when commands are given.
    My father speaks perfect english, and German, Russian, Korean, Japanese. I'm the one that sucks at english at times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by februarymoon View Post
    And how come your dad does all the legal stuff, as you put it, if he doesn't even speak English? After all, you claim to have not spoken English until you were 22 or 20, depending on which post you read, so that would imply that you were raised by non-English speaking parents.

    You just sign any papers given to you? I hope for your kids' sake that their abusive father doesn't send papers asking you to sign full custody over to him.
    It may imply that my father is non english speaking, but that is not the case. We always spoke the language of whatever country we were staying in at the time.
    I sign paper MY FATHER gives me. I'M NOT STUPID ENOUGH TO SIGN PAPERS THAT MY DAD HAS NOT ALREADY READ OVER. got to love the cheap shot

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