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Old 05-01-2013, 7:17 PM
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Ladies, I come to thee for enlightenment on a subject of interest to many men who own and shoot.

Last month I picked up a new toy. As I was fondling it during the customary Federal 4473 check, a gentleman at the counter was observing my new purchase. He looked at my new handgun as if it were the keys to a new Bentley; a mixture of sadness and jealousy clouded his eyes as his lady friend snapped with the precision of a Marine Drill Sergeant "Don't even THINK ABOUT it".

The comments force took me aback. I felt even guiltier then usual, as I now had to consider this poor man's suffering on top of the mental acknowledgement that even though I would leave the store 10 minutes later with my purchase, Californians are still waiting for guns they bought last week.

The last woman I dated who tried to limit my gun purchases I jettisoned not long after her comments. I'm of the mind that I wouldn't have any standing or motivation to decree to any woman that she's limited to one pair of shoes per month ,so why do women feel the need to block or obstruct their men's purchase of firearms?
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Actually I get the same response from my husband. A lot. He is the smart one budgetwise. It's not a gender question.

I also read posts about men lying to their women about buying firearms and the prices/money involved. I'm a woman who has to sigh and say "Just admit the price; they find out anyway."
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Being a woman, I can't answer that either. If you wanted to buy a gun a month it would be fine with me, finances allowing, as long as I could buy one too!
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Because they have the puki. If you don't obey, you won't be able to get at it for a long time! At least until you do something monumental for them.




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Actually I get the same response from my husband. A lot. He is the smart one budgetwise. It's not a gender question.

I also read posts about men lying to their women about buying firearms and the prices/money involved. I'm a woman who has to sigh and say "Just admit the price; they find out anyway."
THIS!^^^^^ It is not just a woman thing. Then again, I was also the person who bought more motorcycles in 5yrs of riding than my husband had in 25yrs of riding. LOL What can I say, when a short woman finds a sportbike short enough to tiptoe/flat-foot then it MUST be bought!
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I have a long and unpopular answer for this, but I'll just shorten it to say that I've met many a selfish, bossy, hypocritical American woman in my 3 decades. She can treat him with no respect but he better never treat her that way - you know the scenario....
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I think it's a question of "the pact"

I know that I can do whatever I want, she'll always be patient with me. But because I know that and I know she'll always be patient then I try harder to be considerate and thoughtful of her. She does the same thing. So we both end up being extra thoughtful and extra patient because we know that we don't have to be.

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I know that I'm going to get yelled at no matter what I do so I'm going to do what I want. She knows that I'm going to do whatever I want regardless of her feelings on the subject so she's going to yell at me because I'm not being thoughtful of her. So we both end up yelling at each other and doing whatever the hell we want because we know that "nothing we do will avoid it."
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My money, your money, our money.
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If you're dating a someone, woman or man (not married, not living in) she/he has no say in how you spend your money.

If you're living in or married, and pooling income and expenses, your SO has a say in how the joint money gets spent. Everyone should have an allowance monthly for personal items like clothes, shoes, guns, ammo etc. If you're using your allowance to save up for a new gun, the SO ought to be silent.

If you can't make the rent, no one should be buying goodies.

This is not about women, particularly. I've had a husband and misc SO's who had something to say about how money was spent. If they're working and contributing, they have some rights here.

But, in one famous incident, the handsome hubby desperately needed a pool table, I don't play pool. He got it but was off the air about shoes, etc for about 18 months....
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men do it, women do it. its one of those equal opportunity things, Silver.

and BonnieB pretty much sums it up for me re how household/couple finances can and should work.
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Why do Women Do That? Because they can!!!
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Old 05-02-2013, 1:07 PM
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The way to change her tune is REALLLLLL easy!

Start gawking at other women......
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I had an EX who tried to do me the same way. I was paying ALL the bills, and he had the nerve to try telling me not to buy a purse and some jewelry one day. I just told him I didn't want to hear it, and bought 2 purses!
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Lone Wolfe is my other hero(ine). Yayy.

My father ran a household where the one who earned the money said how it was spent. He got a real shock when I got a part time job at 14, and turned his logic back on him and spent it as I liked. Interestingly enough, my mother got a job pretty quickly after that and bought a Mustang convertible (runs in the family...) with her OWN money. Dad was furious but couldn't do a thing. "Hoist by one's own petard" so to speak.
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Bonnie, your mother had good taste in cars! what year?
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update Hers was a 1968, not 1964. But still a sweet little honey.

Hers was (xxxx) red convertible with a white top, then another, maybe 1983?, same colors. Mine is dark green with a tan top '99 convertible, and I'm gonna drive it til the doors fall off. Gives new meaning to the phrase "my little pony".

There is no substitute for a paid for house and a paid for car...
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Put 10% of your salary into savings every month no matter how broke you are.
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the first year Ford made the mustang it was called/considered a 1964 1//2........and it had no tail lights. the early 1965 [which I once owned] had features under the hood of the 1964 1/2 and no tail lights but later in 1965 the under the hood components were changed and there was now a "true" 1965. 1966 was also a great classic mustang year. I won't go into the details of how I "lost" my 1965 but suffice it to say I drove that car with a lot of love. I was the third owner and I kept her classic. my head still swivels for a classic mustang.
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All Mustangs had tail lights, its a DOT requirement. The differences between the 64.5 and 65 were mostly cosmetic; Different shaped gas caps, honycomb grill instead of horizontal slats, Generator instead of Alternator, alot of differences in the trim pieces, window cranks, etc. I really wish I still had my '66.
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sorry, meant to say back up lights.....

see: http://www.allfordmustangs.com/forum...-mustangs.html

rule went into effect 1965 but not until 1966 did the models have back up lights.
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But we digress....
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Post a question like that in the ladies forum... get flamed
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But we digress....

because we can!
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I think the better question is why do men marry women who do that? I'll bet you dollars to donuts she didn't wake up and decide to be b!tchy one day all of a sudden. Caveat Emptor.
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Ladies, I come to thee for enlightenment on a subject of interest to many men who own and shoot.

Last month I picked up a new toy. As I was fondling it during the customary Federal 4473 check, a gentleman at the counter was observing my new purchase. He looked at my new handgun as if it were the keys to a new Bentley; a mixture of sadness and jealousy clouded his eyes as his lady friend snapped with the precision of a Marine Drill Sergeant "Don't even THINK ABOUT it".

The comments force took me aback. I felt even guiltier then usual, as I now had to consider this poor man's suffering on top of the mental acknowledgement that even though I would leave the store 10 minutes later with my purchase, Californians are still waiting for guns they bought last week.

The last woman I dated who tried to limit my gun purchases I jettisoned not long after her comments. I'm of the mind that I wouldn't have any standing or motivation to decree to any woman that she's limited to one pair of shoes per month ,so why do women feel the need to block or obstruct their men's purchase of firearms?
Sorry, as I am a guy, but I have to pitch in to this:

The guy: Weak, submissive, and he subconsciously sought out a controlling Mommy figure for a spouse, gf, etc.

The woman: Bossy, Type A, and she subconsciously sought out a weak and pliable guy. I know couples like this in my own life.

I definitely do not boss my wife around, but she knows not to do it either. Nobody really wears the pants and everything can be discussed equitably.

What you saw in the gun store was a couple of people who are dysfunctional and acting out their Mommy/Daddy issues with each other.


Ohh, and spare any further talk about holding out or leveraging the female favors as a tool to gain compliance. That might work for a newly dating couple in the courtship phase, but I think most husbands would laugh at that. It is like a new car that starts to lose value as soon as you drive it off the lot.

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Sorry, as I am a guy, but I have to pitch in to this:

The guy: Weak, submissive, and he subconsciously sought out a controlling Mommy figure for a spouse, gf, etc.

The woman: Bossy, Type A, and she subconsciously sought out a weak and pliable guy. I know couples like this in my own life.
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What you saw in the gun store was a couple of people who are dysfunctional and acting out their Mommy/Daddy issues with each other.
This is correct. Spot on really.

Personally I think it's a downfall of couples that pool their money together fully.

I've always had success with this and it's working VERY well in my current long-term relationship:
Each keep a separate account (both checking/savings/whatever).
Have a joint checking account for shared expenses. Each deposit the EXACT same amount each month into the joint account and it's used for all shared expenses including food/rent/utilities/etc. Therefore everything done together is split 50/50.
What each does with their own money is their business.
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I've done the "yours, mine, ours" checkbook method very effectively in the past. The main modification is, if the couple's respective incomes are very different, to make the contribution of each be reasonably proportional to their income.

It got interesting one time when he complained that I charged my gasoline to my gas card and he was expected to contribute. I countered that I bought most of the groceries from my 'allowance'. He countered that he wasn't allowed to buy groceries because all he bought was junk food. Allowed? I ROFL'd and went shopping... Dumbest argument ever!
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Do only safe sex. Never have sex with someone crazier than you are.
Don't marry or move in together before you're both at least 25.
Don't have children until you're married five years or at least age 30.
Put 10% of your salary into savings every month no matter how broke you are.
Don't ever screw around with the IRS.
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I've done the "yours, mine, ours" checkbook method very effectively in the past. The main modification is, if the couple's respective incomes are very different, to make the contribution of each be reasonably proportional to their income.

It got interesting one time when he complained that I charged my gasoline to my gas card and he was expected to contribute. I countered that I bought most of the groceries from my 'allowance'. He countered that he wasn't allowed to buy groceries because all he bought was junk food. Allowed? I ROFL'd and went shopping... Dumbest argument ever!
You are absolutely right, that's a great way to do it if there's a large gap in incomes. I didn't think to mention the proportional contribution.

One thing we don't do is an allowance with the joint account. There really isn't a time that we aren't together when money comes out of it (we grocery shop and commute together since we work at the same location).
Basically we just keep money in the joint account and add to it as it gets low. Been doing it for about a year and a half now (after moving in together) and haven't had a problem yet.
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update Hers was a 1968, not 1964. But still a sweet little honey.

Hers was (xxxx) red convertible with a white top, then another, maybe 1983?, same colors. Mine is dark green with a tan top '99 convertible, and I'm gonna drive it til the doors fall off. Gives new meaning to the phrase "my little pony".

There is no substitute for a paid for house and a paid for car...
Amen to that, it's nice to know my house and car can't be repoed.

Oh, and my Mustang is a dark red '06.
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My first boyfriend had a 64 1/2 Mustang. He cheated on me and I kicked in his windshield. Being in the small(3mi square) town we lived in, nobody cheated on me again... LOL
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My wife says get what ever I want. I think she is using reverse psychology on me but I just bought a mini mill anyways
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I just use reverse phychology...

I tell my GF if she don't like my firearms spending to just simply push in the clutch,

...put her hinnie in reverse,

...and back right out the door she moved in through,

...and there ya go... reverse phychology
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might work with the GF but, ZJ, i'm betting your daughter still isn't buying into the "attitude"!!!!!!
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My first boyfriend had a 64 1/2 Mustang. He cheated on me and I kicked in his windshield. Being in the small(3mi square) town we lived in, nobody cheated on me again... LOL
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might work with the GF but, ZJ, i'm betting your daughter still isn't buying into the "attitude"!!!!!!
OMG... she done fixed my attitude long ago... well, somebody gotta raise me right

Nobody noticed I spelt psychology wronggggg...
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Well, it looks like we need a separate thread in the Women's Forum on why Mustangs are the perfect car....
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