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250 E. Placita Lago Del Mago
Sahuarita, AZ     85629
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Re: G*****'s clothing
From: Desiree Capuano <>
To: Patrick <>
Date: Sun, Jun 28 2015 8:14:50 pm
Oh I fully intend on taking G***** shopping for clothes on your credit
card when he gets back.  Those were bought because he didn't have access to
his credit card or your 100,000 a year.

On Sunday, June 28, 2015, Patrick  wrote:

>  Desiree:
> I don't understand!  You make over $70,000 a year; I make over $100,000 a
> year; G***** has a credit card (which I fund) with a $5,000 limit, with
> which he is permitted to buy his clothing; yet, you refuse to allow him to
> buy decent quality clothing when he is with you.  What is wrong with you?
> Why do you insist on forcing him to dress like a welfare child?  I might be
> able to understand if it was just because you're cheap, but you don't even
> have to pay for his clothes - that's what the credit card is for.  I'm
> paying for them!
> Specifically, I'm referring to those Arizona Jeans you make him wear.  I
> wasn't familiar with the brand, but the quality of them was hideous so I
> researched them.  According to (
> "A favorite of middle schoolers, poor people, and people from small towns
> with no other options (although this is still not an excuse), Arizona Jeans
> Company is basically one step above buying your clothes at KMart."
> So, I checked the JC Penny and the Macy's web sites.  Arizona jeans are
> $30 - $35 at JC Penny; Levi's are $40 - $50, Ralph Lauren are $50 - $60, at
> Macy's.  You're not willing to let your children spend an extra $10 - $20
> to have decent quality clothing and to not have to carry the stigma of
> wearing ghetto clothes?  But it doesn't even cost YOU anything!
> Is it because Sage's father doesn't contribute shit and you don't think
> it's fair to Sage that G***** gets better clothes?  Isn't that unfair to
> G*****, though?  Why should he have to suffer just because Sage's father
> is a yahoo and you made bad life decisions (by having a second child you
> couldn't afford, with a guy that had no prospects and no future)?
> You're a bad, bad parent!
> Cheers,
> Patrick