I thought I was pretty clear in my previous email. You have a proven
history of acting in bad faith and betraying people's trust. I even
provided a specific example of a recent time you did so in a situation
very similar to the one currently before us.
My reluctance to inform you in advance, of the items I have gotten
G***** for his birthday is based on your recent, past behavior of using
that information to get him those things before the other party is able
to physically give them to him - thereby, diminishing the elation he
experiences upon receiving the item from the other party. I would like
to be able to share in that brief moment of happiness he may encounter
in what has become his overall dreary and miserable life.
On 09/07/2014 10:12 AM, Desiree Capuano wrote:
> What is the point of requesting a blanket acceptance if you are
> unwilling to disclose the information ahead of time? This seems to be
> a pointless waste of time for everyone involved. Permission will be
> given on a case by case basis.
> On Saturday, September 6, 2014, Patrick > wrote:
> But you have a history of intefering with other people's gifts to
> G***** when they tell you what they intend to get him (e.g. when
> Liz told you her parents were getting him Gears of War for his
> birthday, you went it got it for him and gave it to him before the
> one from Liz's parents arrived).
> Why would it matter what I'd be getting him? What is the criteria
> you will use to decide whether he can bring them home? Will it be
> based on the cost and/or value? Whether or not Sage is capable of
> getting similar things as well?
> On 09/06/2014 08:45 PM, Desiree Capuano wrote:
>> You will need to specify, in writing, the exact gift(s) you plan
>> on getting for G***** before I will specify whether it not I
>> will allow them.
>> On Friday, September 5, 2014, Patrick
>> > <_e>> wrote:
>> May you please confirm, in writing, whether you will permit
>> G***** to have, at your home, the birthday presents I will
>> get him?
>> If I do not receive a response on this matter I will assume
>> you will permit him such.