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Re: Values
From: Patrick <>
To: Desiree Capuano <>
Date: Mon, May 11 2015 12:07:36 pm
Being born is not an accomplishment.  It's what you do AFTER that point 
that matters.

And if I had not been born then it wouldn't matter because I wouldn't 
have existed.  God, you're a fool.

You never "fought" to keep G***** alive!  There was not "fight"! What 
kept him alive was the very extensive and very expensive medical care - 
which was covered by the medical insurance we had because of the choices 
*I* made.  If it were not for me being a well paid softtware engineer 
then we would not have had that insurance and G***** would not have 
gotten the medical care he did.  So, who *REALLY* contributed more to 
helping G***** get through those first few months, and all the medical 
care that was required in his first 5 years?


On 05/11/2015 11:34 AM, Desiree Capuano wrote:
> you would not have the opportunity to attempt to raise him if he had 
> not been born Richard.  It all begins there.  And I fought to keep him 
> alive...something you did not do.  Something you said you didn't want.
> On Mon, May 11, 2015 at 11:33 AM, Desiree Capuano 
> > wrote:
>     So you are saying that G***** being in this world means nothing?
>     On Mon, May 11, 2015 at 11:32 AM, Patrick
>     > wrote:
>         Desiree:
>         The simple act of reproducing another human being is not, in
>         itself, any contribution to the world or society.  Until
>         you've actually raised that offspring to be a good person and
>         accomplish things then there is no contribution.  If you have
>         create an offspring who spends his life being a burden on
>         society then you have contributed nothing to the world. If you
>         create an offspring who becomes a serial killer you've
>         contributed nothing.
>         Are you really so simple minded?
>         I would say "Bam" back at you but that's a little trite.  And
>         besides, I kinda feel sorry for you at this point.
>         Patrick
>         On 05/11/2015 11:10 AM, Desiree Capuano wrote:
>>         Can you list 1 thing you're done in your life to make the
>>         world a better place?  Either directly or indirectly?  Yep -
>>         I gave birth to your son!!!  Bam!!  That just happened!!
>>         On Mon, May 11, 2015 at 11:08 AM, Desiree Capuano
>>         >         > wrote:
>>             I finished the maple flavored coffee he brought me. You
>>             don't have any 'facts' at all.
>>             On Mon, May 11, 2015 at 11:05 AM, Patrick
>>             >             > wrote:
>>                 Desiree:
>>                 You only prove my point, moreover.  It doesn't matter
>>                 who picked it out.  What matters is that it came from
>>                 G*****.  That is the way a decent, civilized person,
>>                 with morals and values thinks.  A person like you
>>                 would throw the mug out, not me.  It is just as
>>                 significant to me, regardless of who picked it out. 
>>                 Ooh, you're such a bad, bad person.
>>                 Can you list 1 thing you're done in your life to make
>>                 the world a better place?  Either directly or indirectly?
>>                 Patrick
>>                 On 05/11/2015 10:50 AM, Desiree Capuano wrote:
>>>                 HA!  - I picked out your precious coffee mug that
>>>                 you use every day.  Guess it's time to trash it now
>>>                 huh??
>>>                 On Sat, May 9, 2015 at 11:08 AM, Patrick
>>>                 >>                 > wrote:
>>>                     Desiree:
>>>                     I believe this epitomises the difference between
>>>                     you and I:
>>>                     - in December 2013 G***** gave me a coffee mug
>>>                     that he picked up at the airport on the way
>>>                     here. I've since used that mug every day, every
>>>                     single time I have coffee at home, which is at
>>>                     least once a day;
>>>                     - on another trip here he picked up 3 postcards,
>>>                     which I framed and they are hanging on the wall
>>>                     in the living room, right next to my desk;
>>>                     - in January 2013, on his way back to Phoenix,
>>>                     he got you a key chain, which you hung on the
>>>                     key rack, never used, and promptly forgot about;
>>>                     he also got a souvenir  for Sage, which Sage
>>>                     lost within a few weeks.
>>>                     You see? Values.  You just don't have them, so
>>>                     how can you possibly teach them?
>>>                     Perhaps you have a sarcastic response you'd like
>>>                     to share about this as well?
>>>                     Patrick