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  1. [–]Gorski_CarCSM9->∞[M] [score hidden] 30 minutes ago* stickied comment
  2. This thread has derailed and personal info and shit shouldn't be posted and I am back home from work. Deleted
  3. And remember gofundmes and other fund raisers are banned on r/eve no exceptions (maybe)
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  5. [–]mcchaversonMr Hyde CSM 11 108 points 12 hours ago*
  6. This is exactly why you get a good lawyer when dealing with divorce, child support, or anything really. It may seem expensive at the time, but getting caught in a bad divorce/separation agreement will bleed you dry for many times more than the legal fees you would have paid at the start.
  7. Reading through his summary post on this saga, it's pretty easy to see that he entered into a really terrible divorce agreement from the start. Even with a very basic understanding of family law I can tell you there are several red flags that should have never been agreed to; interest on a ED of a defunct business (the asset is dead and bankrupt, what is there to distribute)? no child support to him (except for a few months) for the 5 years his son lived with him? Monthy ED payments on top of alimony that exceed many times over his actual income (inability to pay is a huge material consideration for revising the payments downward)? Paying her legal fees (lmao, hell fucking no)? Not proactively moving to have the payment schedule revised when his job circumstances changed? Having the interest and fines thrown out (at this point it seems that those alone exceed 50% of the original sum)? Alimony and some payments like this ED that are incident to divorce are IRC 215 federal tax deductions - was he taking advantage of this?
  8. I feel really bad for him and I hope his attorney can get things straightened out. Yes the system can be really fucked up, but you have to avail yourself of the available legal remedies and fight for yourself - otherwise you'll just have your money and freedom taken from you.
  9. Edit: Regardless of how people feel about how he got in this mess, I think we can all still wish him well as a fellow EVE nerd. However, I do want to caution people against getting too caught up in trying to help financially. The EVE community is extremely generous, as seen by the community fundraiser to help the late BC's wife & kids after he passed - but unless you know him personally, and want to help him with a full understanding of the situation, don't blindly dole out your hard-earned $ because of this story. We've seen too many people abuse the EVE community's sympathy and generosity, and although i'm not at all saying that's what's happening here, its best we keep out wallets out of a man's divorce troubles.
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  11. [–]FtWorthHornFeign Disorder 21 points 7 hours ago
  12. The whole thing reads so strangely that I don't think we have the full story. Based on past communications from him, I think the likely situation is that Rixx took some chances to maximize the portion of his business that he was able to retain in the divorce.
  13. Seems likely that the business hit peak valuation around the time of the divorce, which sucks, but I would venture a guess that Rixx got additional upside in the business based on the agreed-upon split in the divorce (he keeps equity in the business, agrees to make a set of payments over time to ex-wife out of the cashflow of the business). That's a gamble that the business is going to be worth more than the payments you give up, and it seems like Rixx lost. The ex-wife should be upset that she didn't get paid; sounds like she gave up the equity upside for the certainty of cash but ultimately got neither. I'm guessing that paying her legal fees relates not to the initial divorce but to subsequent proceedings to collect. Who knows, though, Rixx has consistently failed to provide a clear picture of the original agreement.
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  15. [–]DarkstrykeMordus Angels 12 points 6 hours ago
  16. A strong 'the world is out to get me' vibe from this ordeal.
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  18. [–]blueicebelt 13 points 5 hours ago
  19. Do you think someone would make up lies or stretch the truth to gain sympathy/monetary support? You people make me sick.
  20. -Olivia
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  22. [–]16BitGenocidePandemic Legion 11 points 4 hours ago*
  23. A good lawyer can't magic away 15 years of alimony and child support; or 2 years of tax evasion.
  24. He fucked himself.
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  27. [–]RixxJavix 1 point 3 hours ago
  28. No bad guessing. Most of it is wrong, but as far as guessing goes it isn't bad. I can't share the details of a legal contract on the Internet, sorry. My lawyer says no.
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  30. [–]GunnarWardCircle-Of-Two 3 points an hour ago
  31. But he's cool with you posting the blogs?
  32. I don't get it - why hasn't he had you pull them down already?
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  36. [–]VladVladVladykinsWAFFLES. 20 points 10 hours ago*
  37. I'M CONTACTING MY TEXAS LAWYER RIGHT NOW TEXAS LAW SAYS THIS IS EEEEEEELEGAL
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  39. [–]mcchaversonMr Hyde CSM 11 6 points 5 hours ago
  40. You just violated Tegsus law by posting in all caps. I'm telling the Judge!
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  42. [–]jeffraiderSniggerdly 35 points 12 hours ago
  43. are you any good with bird law
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  45. [–]mcchaversonMr Hyde CSM 11 67 points 12 hours ago
  46. I prefer prosecuting frigates for their crimes
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  48. [–]that_one_wormholerSite scanner 2 points 6 hours ago
  49. But Rhiload said they're fun to fly!
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  51. [–]mcchaversonMr Hyde CSM 11 15 points 5 hours ago
  52. Can you trust someone who can't even make their own bed?
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  54. [–]that_one_wormholerSite scanner 1 point 4 hours ago
  55. Looks back at their unmade bed Actually, yes.
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  57. [–]tcwillis79 1 point 5 hours ago
  58. In Texas? By the Law???
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  60. [–]nmgoh2Guristas Pirates 1 point 4 hours ago
  61. Like Condors, Ravens, and Kestrels?
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  63. [–]mcchaversonMr Hyde CSM 11 1 point an hour ago
  64. Ravens are aight
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  66. [–]GERMAQHeretic Army 1 point 2 hours ago
  67. bird law
  68. Frigates
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  70. [–]backtotheprimitiveTest Alliance Please Ignore 12 points 11 hours ago
  71. BIRD UP
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  73. [–]Ohh_YeahAdversity. 3 points 6 hours ago
  74. damnit jeff
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  76. [–]00000000011Birdsquad 1 point 6 hours ago
  77. Yo wassup my man. I am an expert in bird law what can I do for you?
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  79. [–]pesoaekQuantum Singularities [score hidden] 29 minutes ago
  80. let's say you and I go toe-to-toe on bird law and see who comes out the victor?
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  82. [–]cibalexlulu 13 points 12 hours ago
  83. I learn IRL that hiring cheap lawyer is potentially the most expensive hire in the end..
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  85. [–]irrelevant_queryThe Imperial Fedaykin 7 points 10 hours ago
  86. Like many things in life you get what you pay for.
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  88. [–]svenviko 1 point 3 hours ago
  89. Will you go steady with me? I solo in battleships and think you're wicked smaht
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  92. [–]GoldfishTXBlades of Grass 19 points 6 hours ago
  93. Going to jail for not paying a debt is a very extreme measure, which means we're missing a HUGE amount of the story here. None of us are really in the position to know the whole truth, but based on the information that is shared here, this sounds like a hole of his own doing. 15 years is a long time to go without at least making small token payments, and not paying your taxes on top of this basically shows he/they don't make sound choices in general. I don't wish jail on anyone, but he probably isn't there because the system is unjust and gave him zero chances to not go to jail. Millions of people exist in this country unemployed and underemployed without having any legal trouble at all.
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  95. [–]CJW1980 1 point 6 hours ago
  96. Maybe I'm missing something here, but where does 15 years come from, or comments about taxes? In the Evoganda post, I'm reading that this debt relates to an ED bill handed down by her lawyer in January 2012, after the business went bankrupt, which should have caused anything tied to 'future earnings' to become zero.
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  98. [–]GoldfishTXBlades of Grass 1 point 6 hours ago
  99. He's pretty open with things apparently, so there is a lot of stuff in previous posts, and referenced in this thread you can dig through. Whether any of it is true or not, who knows. The only thing that's clear is that there is more to the story than this particular post indicates. The last part still stands, even if the other stuff is BS. People don't get sent to jail for what's listed in this post alone.
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  101. [–]noirpiedBroski North 1 point 2 hours ago
  102. He's in contempt of court
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  104. [–]TravisUchonelaPandemic Legion 17 points 6 hours ago
  105. Not to sound insensitive, but I had some debt issues after college. They weren't anything like this, but I certainly found myself in a hole. I got a job at two miserable fast food restaurants and worked non stop until it was paid and I could start law school. So I feel for the dude not being able to make a living the way he wants, but the man had the option to (a) sit around and make nothing because he couldn't have his dream job or (b) go to McDonalds and get this shit paid off.
  106. Alimony sucks but these courts hate throwing people in jail over that shit. Get a job and make an effort and this won't happen. Also in before gofundme.
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  108. [–]geggletoCloaked [score hidden] 43 minutes ago
  109. I am 100% on-board with you on this one. I fell into a bad spot post university, only way out is to man the fuck up and pay it off.
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  112. [–]smarnca 77 points 11 hours ago
  113. Rixx once blogged about me and about a dishonorable 1v1 which I never agreed to. He even proceded to fix the chat logs about it. It was at the same time me and my mates discovered that he lies about a lot of different things in his blog and in-game.
  114. It's possible he was doing the same thing IRL and that's why his wife left him and got him in to big troubles.
  115. Sorry mate I give absolutely no fucks if you're in jail.
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  117. [–]W0wbagger-Shadow Cartel 30 points 9 hours ago
  118. yeah i remember this, awful that someone is in jail especially over Christmas, but Rixx has admitted himself to regularly altering the truth on his blog when it suits his narrative and it's why we cut contact with him
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  121. [–]N0TaquaGallente Federation 25 points 8 hours ago
  122. yup all this sounds like a load of horse shit and a stealth "look for our upcoming GoFundMe" scam.
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  124. [–]16BitGenocidePandemic Legion 13 points 4 hours ago
  125. He's already had 2 successful GoFundMe's- one to buy him a 5k graphics studio setup, and another to help him move or some other b.s.
  126. This guy is tugging at heart strings because he made a conscious decision to not pay child support or alimony (even touting off about working freelance so they couldn't garnish his wages) and has bragged about not paying taxes for the past 2-3 years.
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  128. [–]stevedaltonbestElitistOps 5 points 3 hours ago
  129. I mean, all his ex-wife (and any potential employer, actually) needs to do is Google him and all that shit is right there in the blog.
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  131. [–]MaldrantusMercenary Coalition 4 points 3 hours ago
  132. And people were upset at CCP for not hiring him.
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  134. [–]geggletoCloaked [score hidden] 44 minutes ago
  135. cant say I would want to hire a sociopath
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  137. [–]noirpiedBroski North 3 points 2 hours ago
  138. one to buy him a 5k graphics studio setup,
  139. You'd think he'd be better
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  141. [–]largegreeklettersDrunkendis Order 7 points 6 hours ago
  142. Yeah, I rarely have sympathy for dudes bitching about divorces for just this reason.
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  144. [–]SidJag 4 points 3 hours ago
  145. I mean, ya, Rixx is known to be a bit of a drama-lama ingame, and regularly tends to attracts/stirs shit on his blog, but without knowing him or his situation in real life - thats a really harsh comment bro.
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  148. [–]Dee_JiensaiPandemic Horde 13 points 9 hours ago
  149. "My oldest son can't stay with me while Rixx is gone because he poses a threat to me."
  150. What? How?
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  152. [–]PlanetaryGenocideDixon Cox Butte Preservation Society 9 points 7 hours ago
  153. Threat of poverty, probably
  154. Well, even more poverty than they apparently already are in
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  156. [–]Rob_KaichinTest Alliance Please Ignore 2 points an hour ago
  157. He's autistic.
  158. IIRC.
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  160. [–]Definitely_WorkingGoonSwarm 1 point 5 hours ago
  161. i havent seen it myself but other people have referenced the fact that he mentioned having a mentally disabled kid.
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  163. [–]LordshazbotGoonswarm Federation 29 points 6 hours ago
  164. I'm sorry but I can't garner any sympathy for this man anymore. If you can afford to take your wife and yourself to Fanfest yet fail to pay court ordered payments and then blame the "system", I got nothing for you friend. I'm sure there will be some more people paying into a new gofundme or patron, thus enabling him to continue this cycle of dependence and poor financial choices.
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  166. [–]Ket_Malice 4 points an hour ago
  167. Yeah dude it all stinks of poor financial choices. I am so sick and tired of working my ass off, doing what I am supposed to do, and when bad things happen I have to blame myself. Why do all these other people get to be lazy, have plenty of time for video games, make bad financial decisions and it's always someone else's fault? It makes 0 sense.
  168. It's not his ex-wife, it's not the American legal system, everyone has control of their own lives whether people like it or not.
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  170. [–]RixxJavix -2 points 3 hours ago
  171. No there are no other gofundmes, and saying it over and over again doesn't make it so. And FYI the sale of posters at Fanfest paid for our trip by the way, I've said this a million times.
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  173. [–]seany1212 11 points 3 hours ago
  174. Aren't you in jail?
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  176. [–]BangSlutUpholders 4 points 2 hours ago
  177. You can smuggle smart phones into jail in your ass no problem.
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  179. [–]RixxJavix 0 points an hour ago
  180. Got out today as has been said
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  182. [–]Azami_NevinyrallSisters of EVE 4 points 2 hours ago
  183. There probably won't be because of the negative response of your current situation. I'm more then willing to bet that there would've been one if the response was more neutral...
  184. ...even if your poster sales paid for the trip, if your that much in debt, a better investment would've been on your debts and not luxuries!
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  187. [–]DrunkenSpudSalt miner 7 points 2 hours ago
  188. And FYI the sale of posters at Fanfest paid for our trip by the way
  189. Should of went towards your debt.
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  192. [–]AeloniusWormholer 3 points an hour ago
  193. Your problems are your own fault, stop projecting your own failure to properly hire a divorce lawyer and using the community with sappy shit. We are not a cash cow to milk, so stop trying with this pitiful self-inflicted BS.
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  196. [–]turdasConfederation of xXPIZZAXx 60 points 8 hours ago
  197. Hahaha what the actual fuck oh man it's like pottery
  198. Pants on head retarded divorce debt
  199. "No one wants to hire me because of my bankruptcy"
  200. Only real business venture failed because his best friend died of terminal cancer
  201. Convenient, nice and round sum of ONLY $20k is his get out of jail free card after confirmed by a new non-corrupt judge
  202. "Trouble is, I don't have 20k"
  203. Oh btw my kids are literally retarded
  204. "I remain a productive professional engaged in a life-long career that is being hampered by circumstances beyond his control" nice Freudian slip there with the change in grammatical person Mrs. Rixx
  205. "Hey Eve Online this is Rixx's wife, Rixx is in jail and I really need $1500 up front, btw my son is a threat to me"
  206. "Hey this is the wife again I managed to get the $1500 but it's not over yet...!"
  207. "To the haters, I feel sorry for you and your simple neckbearded minds."
  208. Stay tuned for a 100% honest legit no scam GoFundMe where they ask ONLY what they need and ONLY for the most real of real needs. And some of you fucking idiots will actually pay them.
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  210. [–]BarlkGoose Liver 12 points 7 hours ago
  211. Well, I mean, this is Eve
  212. To anyone thinking of donating to the inevitable gofundme, let me know if you want your isk tripled.
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  214. [–]what_the_eve 6 points 5 hours ago
  215. the greatest con artists are the ones who delude themselves
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  217. [–]DerSpini 3 points 6 hours ago
  218. I get a certain "Jita irl" vibe as well, but tbh I'd wait for more details before making any harsh judgement.
  219. Or even a donation.
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  221. [–]JayneFCSMX 3 points 4 hours ago
  222. pottery...?
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  224. [–]Silent_As_The_Grave_Pandemic Horde 1 point 2 hours ago
  225. Has me confused as well.
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  227. [–]zensinsRvB - BLUE Republic 2 points 2 hours ago
  228. tbh pottery is pretty cringe
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  232. [–]turdasConfederation of xXPIZZAXx 3 points 4 hours ago
  233. Even if he is in jail there's no guarantee that the story they're telling is the actual reason for him being in jail.
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  237. [–]turdasConfederation of xXPIZZAXx 2 points 4 hours ago
  238. What I'm saying is that it's entirely possible that he's actually deep in debt and being arrested because of that, but their story as to why he's deep in debt might not be true.
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  240. [–]DrunkenSpudSalt miner 1 point 3 hours ago
  241. Sounds like a scam you'd see in jita.
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  244. [–]MalthurasTest Alliance Please Ignore 73 points 15 hours ago
  245. Moral of the story?
  246. Don't get married.
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  248. [–]Eclectic_Epileptic 47 points 12 hours ago
  249. If you want to die rich, abide by The 3 F's. If it Flies, Floats or Fucks, rent it, don't buy it.
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  251. [–]Lord_BlazePandemic Legion 96 points 13 hours ago
  252. Actually the real moral of the story is don't go 15 years without paying a cent you owe your ex-wife then act surprised there are consequences. Also pay your taxes.
  253. Seriously, you can't just stick your fingers in your ears and go lalala I'm not in debt. That's not how the world works.
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  255. [–]Eclectic_Epileptic 25 points 13 hours ago
  256. This. And technically, you can dodge debt if you are committed enough.
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  258. [–]16BitGenocidePandemic Legion 1 point 4 hours ago
  259. You just can't get a job with tax and child support riders.
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  262. [–]SquizzzKillboard Admin 5 points 8 hours ago
  263. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HuGIgf-ICHM
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  265. [–]LLCoolKryz 14 points 12 hours ago
  266. I have no idea who the guy really is, but good lord to go that long without paying his debts or the government had to have taken some doing. The IRS comes after people for less.
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  268. [–]Lord_BlazePandemic Legion 11 points 12 hours ago
  269. Apparently the tax evasion was only the last two years (according to his social media posts), but yeah 15 years and not paying debts is crazy.
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  271. [–]compmaster88 3 points 6 hours ago
  272. Makes sense then why he would agree to such terrible divorce terms. I agree to ridiculous stuff all the time when I have no intention of following through. "Sure I'll watch Jersey Shore buddy. Hell, I'll even watch desperate housewives when I get some time, promise"
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  274. [–]JustanothershitpostrJustanothergoodpostr. Jk, he's even worse than absolutis 1 point 2 hours ago
  275. Leave Jersey Shore alone, it's clearly one of the humanitys highs in the early 21st century.
  276. A real classic
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  279. [–]madflava13Wormholer 5 points 10 hours ago
  280. I'd also think actively blogging about your failure to pay those debts doesn't help - evidence for the other side, much?
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  282. [–]16BitGenocidePandemic Legion 1 point 4 hours ago
  283. Is he representing himself?
  284. What lawyer would NOT tell him to stop posting this shit on the internet.
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  286. [–]PlanetaryGenocideDixon Cox Butte Preservation Society 2 points 4 hours ago
  287. Probably the same shitty one that handled his divorce
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  289. [–]RixxJavix 2 points 3 hours ago
  290. No the shitty one that handled the divorce is now partners with the exes lawyer. True story.
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  292. [–]MaximumAbsorbencyDixon Cox Butte Preservation Society 4 points an hour ago
  293. I'm not a lawyer, and I'm not your lawyer, but you should probably stop talking about this on the internet.
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  295. [–]dantheman_wootGallente Federation 4 points 10 hours ago
  296. No fuck alimony.
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  298. [–]Lord_BlazePandemic Legion 5 points 9 hours ago
  299. That's a pretty broad statement to make without knowing why he was forced to pay alimony, don't you think?
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  301. [–]dantheman_wootGallente Federation 12 points 9 hours ago
  302. Not really, alimony is a pretty dated concept.
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  305. [–]N0TaquaGallente Federation 4 points 9 hours ago*
  306. Not really if you just fundamentally disagree with the concept of alimony at all. I'm not educated enough on the subject to say I definitely think it's BS, but from what I do know, it sounds like BS. I haven't heard an argument that convinces me anyone should pay money to their ex after their marriage ends (Edit: just for having been married and now not, any other business deals or actual debts owed are a different story)
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  308. [–]Lord_BlazePandemic Legion 18 points 8 hours ago
  309. In this case, from what I've heard (I have not personally verified this part of the story) he and his ex-wife co-owned a company before they divorced, and as part of the divorce offered to buy out her half. He then proceeded to run the company into the ground and refused to pay out because now the company was worth nothing. He then tried to get this debt discharged in bankruptcy so a judge converted it to alimony which is not dischargeable, so he couldn't just run his ex-wife's company into the ground and get off with it.
  310. Does that sound like a reasonable argument for why he should be forced to pay his ex-wife money?
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  312. [–]pornbookmarksformeTest Alliance Please Ignore 6 points 8 hours ago
  313. Part of the issue is folks believe that the word Alimony means paying your partner part of your salary so they can maintain the lifestyle they have become accustomed to. The reality of it is Alimony is just a word that covers provisions of a divorce.
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  315. [–]N0TaquaGallente Federation 2 points 2 hours ago
  316. hmm didn't know that.
  317. paying your partner part of your salary so they can maintain the lifestyle they have become accustomed to.
  318. that is indeed how it was always explained to me, and that's the type of alimony I think is BS.
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  322. [–]BrusananGeneral Tso's Alliance 2 points 7 hours ago
  323. Except we do know.
  324. http://eveoganda.blogspot.com/2016/10/60-days-to-jail.html
  325. The courts are absolutely rigged against men. If the genders were swapped she wouldn't be paying him shit right now.
  326. It's a case of a spiteful ex using a broken justice system as a weapon for revenge.
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  328. [–]Lord_BlazePandemic Legion 8 points 6 hours ago*
  329. Sounds like he got a default judgement against him because he ignored a summons, which happens all the time. Dunno why you think gender matters.
  330. edit: it's also amazing that only reading one side of the story you can tell he fucked up badly. Usually people present themselves in the best light, but shit, he even admits to tax evasion. What a fuckup.
  331. double edit: he didn't even get a default judgement, he just decided that part of the contract "didn't count" jfc.
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  334. [–]Amadmet 3 points 11 hours ago
  335. lalala there is no PL LALALA...
  336. :(
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  338. [–]xrensaGoonswarm Federation 1 point 3 hours ago
  339. I. Declare. BANKRUPTCYYYYYYYYYY!!!!
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  342. [–]Azami_NevinyrallSisters of EVE 18 points 12 hours ago
  343. Moral of the Story?
  344. Get a job and pay your bills, don't sit on your ass and start kickstarters whenever you want something...
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  346. [–]AntariooPandemic Legion 18 points 14 hours ago*
  347. i disagree
  348. moral of the story: get a divorce lawyer and if you do get one that isn't terrible at his job.
  349. If and when there is ever a fundme for this thing it has to be to pay for a lawyer to fix this.
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  351. [–]Gustace 13 points 13 hours ago
  352. or, even cheaper, don't get married in US
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  355. [–]stevedaltonbestElitistOps 23 points 12 hours ago
  356. He's had a couple of fundme's already. It was evidently felt that paying this growing debt off wasn't a priority compared to buying new graphical hardware.
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  359. [–]Azami_NevinyrallSisters of EVE 16 points 11 hours ago
  360. Why should someone else pay a bill for someone who refuses to deal with it himself?
  361. He's a fucking adult, lawyer or not. This is his own fault brought on by his own actions.
  362. A "Fundme" is inevitable, whoever donates to it is a fucking moron.
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  364. [–]Tarkis12Veto Corp 1 point 4 hours ago
  365. That and if a court orders you to do something, you should do what the court says or be ready to face the consequences of failing to do so.
  366. Family court isn't set up to favor women its setup to favor those who can afford good representation. A good lawyer isn't cheap but worth the money. My fiance got fucked over I'm her divorce despite her ex being at fault for the cause he could afford a good lawyer and she couldn't.
  367. This is also why we're having a lawyer draw up a prenuptial we both agree too just in case. Remember kids just cause you're madly in love now doesn't mean something won't happen ten years from now. Be prepared.
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  369. [–]noirpiedBroski North 1 point 2 hours ago
  370. This is also why we're having a lawyer draw up a prenuptial we both agree too just in case
  371. I thought New York had set precedent in making prenups worthless.
  372. Like I'm pretty sure judges can, and will, toss them out
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  374. [–]zetadelta333Northern Coalition. 13 points 12 hours ago
  375. If you are stupid and get married get a airtight prenup or dont do it. The amount of fucking shit women can do to ruin your life and your bank account after a marriage ends is fucking stupid.
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  377. [–]Eclectic_Epileptic 6 points 12 hours ago
  378. Marrying is basically betting some chick half your net worth that you will love her forever.
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  381. [–]X_DBURN EDEN 3 points 4 hours ago
  382. I'm gay married to a boy named Eve and we're very happy together.
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  384. [–]MajorCmdrSerpentis 2 points 9 hours ago
  385. be gay
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  387. [–]GrouchyOldGamerBat Country 28 points 13 hours ago*
  388. The silver-lining is that the quality of prison tattoos has just sky rocketed.
  389. Seriously, I wish them all the best.
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  391. [–]sweetsthehookerMonkeys with Guns. 49 points 15 hours ago
  392. concorded
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  395. [–]redditsucksfatdick52 8 points 4 hours ago
  396. "I don't support my ex-wife or my kids, but please support me" continues.
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  398. [–]somethingtcGoonswarm Federation 15 points 12 hours ago
  399. I get my EVE "celebrities" mixed up sometimes, is this the guy whose businesses kept going bankrupt but had 300k worth of EVE merchandise?
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  401. [–]avreeHoover Inc. 8 points 6 hours ago
  402. I don't know much about the guy, but he's not a very talented graphic designer.
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  405. [–]Stevie_GonzalezShadow Cartel 24 points 12 hours ago
  406. I didn't read the post but is this all another ploy at a free computer off gullible nerds?
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  408. [–]N0TaquaGallente Federation 11 points 8 hours ago
  409. yea this time a $50k setup with liquid cooled triple 1080 SLI and quadruple projectors in a new home-theater addition to their house.
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  411. [–]m_sibeliusBrave Collective 8 points 8 hours ago
  412. Don't forget the fish tank.
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  414. [–]PlanetaryGenocideDixon Cox Butte Preservation Society 5 points 7 hours ago
  415. Probably
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  417. [–]Jones_BonesMinmatar Republic 10 points 6 hours ago
  418. Getting in on the ground floor before you fucking rubes start sending him IRL isk because he's a fucking idiot and can't manage his life.
  419. Care4Rixx
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  421. [–]iDrinkYourFarts 3 points 2 hours ago
  422. What does this personal info have to do with EVE Online? Why is this even on here? Kind of surprised this hasn't been deleted, to be honest.
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  425. [–]bosonnnBlack Legion. 8 points 11 hours ago
  426. Move out of your shitty state where they lock you up for nonpayment of debt. In most states, if you are not making more then x times ur child support amount, and can't pay child support, they will not put you in jail.
  427. Also go to your counties legal aid center. Step up your research game. You are getting fucked here because your lawyer was or is utterly trash.
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  429. [–]noirpiedBroski North 1 point 2 hours ago
  430. He's in jail because it looks like he's in contempt of court
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  432. [–]MaximumAbsorbencyDixon Cox Butte Preservation Society 1 point an hour ago
  433. suh dude how you doin bud miss u
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  435. [–]MrNomadWormholer 17 points 14 hours ago
  436. Maybe he should've spent more time sorting out his alimony etc. payments, and less on EVE pictures.
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  439. [–]Lugia3210-( ◕‿◕)╯╲__✿✿✿✿ Don't mind me, just mowing my flowers 3 points 3 hours ago
  440. Known narrative changer knowingly doesn't pay child support or pay taxes...
  441. No thanks.
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  443. [–]RixxJavix -1 points an hour ago
  444. Actually my son lived with me and I didn't get any child support, get your facts straight
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  446. [–]Lugia3210-( ◕‿◕)╯╲__✿✿✿✿ Don't mind me, just mowing my flowers [score hidden] an hour ago
  447. Prove it. Take a poop in front of us.
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  449. [–]TaraReadPandemic Legion 2 points an hour ago*
  450. This reeks of bullshit. Sorry dude as someone who went through a divorce, had my ex take all my shit when I was out of town visiting family because my grandfather died of altzimers and had to take a loan out of my 401k to pay for the attorney I have zero sympathy for you dude. I divorced my ex because they were fat, lazy, an alcoholic loser who sat around and fucked off while I got my shit together and got sick of it. They used every single excuse in the book not to be responsible and even ended up stealing my fucking identity.
  451. You sound exactly like my ex. A habitual liar that even poses as your own wife trying to garner money and scam the Eve Community. People who go through real bullshit don't beg for help. A real man pays his debts and works through shit thick and thin. I'd be caught dead before I ask people to pay my shit while I have all my limbs and air in my lungs. Grow the fuck up. This is pathetic.
  452. Do NOT send this man any money. I've been around people like him in my life and they will continue to lie, cheat, steal and fuck anyone over for a nickel if they don't have to earn it themselves. Excuses are like assholes and I'd be lying if I didn't think we see a huge one writing blog posts.
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  454. [–]k749195Pandemic Horde [score hidden] 53 minutes ago
  455. You. I like you. I'm glad we're allies. o7
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  457. [–]RixxJavix [score hidden] an hour ago
  458. My wife posted tweets under my account while I was in jail. She clearly stated that fact.
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  460. [–]TaraReadPandemic Legion [score hidden] an hour ago
  461. Huh. And we have zero evidence of such while you drum up excuses, insult people who question the validity of your piles of bullshit, and continue to lie and play off of a communities good nature trying to cash in for your own failures and downright laziness. You know what that's called? Being a fucking leech. I'm guessing you've lived all your life blaming other people, the government, your wife or your kid or the fucking weather but at the end of the day it is YOU you have to blame! Eventually the excuses will run out. This is frankly shameful for you to ask for money while sneering at people and calling them haters. I wouldnt piss on you if you were on fire.
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  463. [–]RixxJavix [score hidden] 53 minutes ago
  464. Good, I wouldn't want you pissing on me frankly.
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  466. [–]TaraReadPandemic Legion [score hidden] 48 minutes ago
  467. Yeah I'd make you actually have to work for getting pissed on unlike this bullshit charade you keep putting us all through. People like you make me want to vomit. Leeching off the good nature of others. You are living proof of the very definition of the word excuse.
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  469. [–]JibbyJabJabCuratores Veritatis Alliance [score hidden] 45 minutes ago
  470. I just wish he and his family will stop begging the eve community for money. Every time I hear an "Update" to his "story" there is at some point, someone saying "if only we could find under a rock (Sum of Money) and this will be fixed!"
  471. Ill wish him well as an eve player, but just STFU already. Sounds liek an Jita scam to me.
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  473. [–]JaylanestranSansha's Nation 9 points 15 hours ago
  474. Sounds like he should go on Crime and Punishment and see if there are any merc lawyers, since it sounds like they are being taken for a ride.
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  476. [–]usedtoberavenous 7 points 15 hours ago
  477. Maybe he can get some pointers from Sort Dragon
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  479. [–]Eclectic_Epileptic 3 points 11 hours ago
  480. tldr me on Sort Dragon please?
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  482. [–]FartSalamiNaliao Inc. 8 points 9 hours ago
  483. "Hey guys my computer sucks please send me money for new PC or I will have to disband alliance etc etc"
  484. "Ok here is money"
  485. "Thanks, btw going afk to have baby."
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  487. [–]PlanetaryGenocideDixon Cox Butte Preservation Society 6 points 7 hours ago
  488. Except in this case it apparently might be the other way around
  489. "hey guys i'm poor and in debtor's prison halp"
  490. "ok here is money"
  491. "thanks btw building a new PC for "work" lol"
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  493. [–]Azami_NevinyrallSisters of EVE 1 point 2 hours ago
  494. Rixx did that last year...but it was more like:
  495. "Hey guys my computer sucks please send me money for new PC or I can't do more EVE themed artwork to profit off of."
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  497. [–]AeloniusWormholer 7 points 10 hours ago
  498. I am sorry. I really can't see why this entire episode should be relevant to us as EVE players when the person in question is fucked over his own inability to think ahead of time when it mattered.
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  501. [–]Sinn_SageExotic Dancer, Female 6 points 11 hours ago
  502. I don't believe in marriage, I just lease.
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  504. [–]RubberMaid420Solyaris Chtonium 1 point 5 hours ago
  505. "Yeah, I'm always on the lookout for a future ex-Mrs. Malcolm."
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  507. [–]dragonstalkingSniggerdly 13 points 13 hours ago
  508. i dunno which is more stupid the american justice system or this guy for getting stuck in it
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  510. [–]Ew_E50M 9 points 13 hours ago
  511. "america" and "justice" in the same sentence, lmao.
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  513. [–]MrGothmogThe-Culture 4 points 9 hours ago
  514. Well, it does work when you write it as American "justice"
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  516. [–]PlanetaryGenocideDixon Cox Butte Preservation Society 1 point 3 hours ago
  517. E50M is weak
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  519. [–]noirpiedBroski North 2 points 2 hours ago
  520. He basically wrote on the internet that he was ignoring Summons. That's gonna 100% land you in jail
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  522. [–]InsrtChainsstyleProject.Mayhem. 6 points 10 hours ago
  523. "Rixx is a great dude"...... "let me whore Karma by throwing his shit out there".
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  525. [–]MemoryAlpha1Fedo 4 points 6 hours ago
  526. he posts it on twitter and blogs about it all day
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  528. [–]InsrtChainsstyleProject.Mayhem. 5 points 5 hours ago
  529. Well then zero sympathy for the tard and retract my statement.
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  531. [–]VladVladVladykinsWAFFLES. 5 points 10 hours ago
  532. Who?
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  534. [–]usedtoberavenous 2 points 6 hours ago
  535. If this is for child support I'm not really sure why he is playing the victim card.
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  537. [–]Haynekhtnamet 2 points 2 hours ago
  538. It's ridiculous that you can be held in contempt for not making payments. It's no different from being a debtor's prison at that point.
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  540. [–]TrenchTier [score hidden] an hour ago
  541. I am in the US and my ex wife owes me 30k according to our divorce decree. Guess what? I took her to court and the judge pretty much laughed at me and said good luck getting that money dumbass. My fault though, I married the wrong woman and that's the breaks sometimes.
  542. You know what you do go to jail for in the US? Being a dirtbag father and not paying your child support. Hell non payment of child support is a reason he gave for not getting a job.
  543. Nut up you pathetic fool. Pay your debts and get a job like the rest of us.
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  545. [–]NotMrsJavix [score hidden] an hour ago
  546. It's not child support, it's equitable distribution turned to alimony by the court. Alimony support and child support are labeled as a blanket "child support" when it's on your credit report.
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  551. [–]TaraReadPandemic Legion [score hidden] 57 minutes ago
  552. The rabbit hole goes deeper.
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  555. [–]Charles_VaneBlack Legion. 4 points 12 hours ago
  556. And thats how debtors prison still exists in this day in age.
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  558. [–]Sadic_AnarkPhoebe Freeport Republic 3 points 14 hours ago
  559. You guys know that most countries strictly prohibit sending people to jail for having debts, right?
  560. Human rights and all that shit that you probably know nothing about if you live in the U.S.A.
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  562. [–]Lord_BlazePandemic Legion 15 points 13 hours ago
  563. The US does too, but when you've avoided making payments for 15 years and haven't been paying taxes you can be damn sure you're going to jail for something.
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  565. [–]Sadic_AnarkPhoebe Freeport Republic 2 points 11 hours ago
  566. Then it doesn't... no debtor prision, period.
  567. It doesn't matter if it was 5 or 50 years, or if your debt is small or big, you shouldn't go to jail because you don't have money... you are gonna be broke for the rest of your life, but not behind bars.
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  569. [–]Lord_BlazePandemic Legion 13 points 10 hours ago
  570. You can still be jailed for contempt of the court for ignoring a court order to pay debts. You cannot be jailed if you make a good faith effort to pay said debts or are unable to pay.
  571. I dunno maybe there's no distinction overseas, but then why would you ever pay debts. Just take out big loans and never pay them back.
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  574. [–]klyith 5 points 9 hours ago
  575. He's not in jail for debt. He's in jail for contempt of court. If you say "no fuck you" to a judge, whether it's about debt divorce or a parking ticket, they can send you to jail.
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  579. [–]X_DBURN EDEN 2 points 4 hours ago
  580. Sounds like he didn't pay debts for several years. They only send you to jail if they can prove that you intentionally chose to not pay debts (say if you had money to buy expensive luxury stuff and did so instead of trying to pay), ignored court summons to talk about it, and posted on an internet blog how you ignored stuff on purpose but pls buy me a new computer xD.
  581. You have to like... really fuck up to get into this situations.
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  583. [–]Gustace 5 points 13 hours ago
  584. it seems that in the land of the free, they yet have to get a clue about how usefull it is to be free to earn monnies. Or maybe they believe it all comes from the FED up right ?
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  586. [–]Eclectic_Epileptic 3 points 13 hours ago
  587. "Hurr durr human rights Im entitled to make decisions with no consequences"
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  589. [–]Sadic_AnarkPhoebe Freeport Republic 6 points 12 hours ago
  590. You are some really special kind of stupid...
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  592. [–]Amadmet 3 points 11 hours ago
  593. He is why the USA is the way it is.
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  596. [–]candst24th Imperial Crusade 3 points 14 hours ago
  597. more like Rixx Jailx
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  600. [–]Abagah 0 points 12 hours ago
  601. murica.. land of the free.. oh wait...
  602. Though how your legal system can be that backwards to expect someone to be paying $1750 m/o is beyond insane. how much did they think he was earning and what % of his apparent pay did this stack to..
  603. tax avoidance is one thing, but being sent to jail because you can't afford to pay something that should have been made clear is very...
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  605. [–]WarzizouilleCircle-Of-Two 3 points 12 hours ago
  606. That's insane, going to jail for a 40k debt you can't afford to pay, damn you muricans are weird. Dont know the guy but my thoughts to you, spacebro, be stronk
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  608. [–]Go0chDutch East Querious Company 8 points 6 hours ago
  609. That's not how it works. There is without a doubt much more to this pile of shit story.
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  611. [–]ben_nagakiTest Alliance Please Ignore 1 point 3 hours ago
  612. sounds like someone is about to get PERUNGA'd
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  614. [–]CorruptedReddit 1 point 35 minutes ago
  615. can't find anything on Rixx. I've looked https://www.vinelink.com/#/home which brings up nothing. Along with http://inmatelocator.cor.pa.gov/#/ . and Finally I looked https://ujsportal.pacourts.us/Default.aspx and have come up completely empty. He stated Allegheny County Jail . Makes no sense. FC HALP!
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  617. [–]jeffraiderSniggerdly -1 points 14 hours ago
  618. sucks :(
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  620. [–]rwojSanctuary of Shadows 1 point 14 hours ago
  621. If in the next 10-14 days we file for modification, don't pay the $1500 purge Rixx goes to a halfway house. Where he will be on lockdown for the first week then be sent to look for a job. Once he secures employment he must make four consecutive payments towards the debt and he can be released (probably late March). From a halfway house in a different county, with a job in the city, really far away from where we live, way north of the city.
  622. FUCK
  623. halfway houses are hell
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  625. [–]AntariooPandemic Legion 17 points 14 hours ago
  626. ~murica~ lol
  627. you people really need to overhaul your criminal justice system, it's just appalling.
  628. a halfway house for someone that has a home and is welcome there is idiotic, TV always portraits them as this shitty apartment you get assigned to after a long time in jail.
  629. not a forced residency.
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  631. [–]jeffraiderSniggerdly 2 points 13 hours ago
  632. wat do u mean
  633. you people
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  635. [–]KimpazReikoku 5 points 13 hours ago
  636. He means you burgermunchers and canucks are barbarians!!!
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  638. [–]AntariooPandemic Legion 2 points 13 hours ago
  639. you're canadian jeff, shoo
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  641. [–]MajorNarsilionTest Alliance Please Ignore 1 point 11 hours ago
  642. Eh, to be fair our justice system is not much better here in Canuckistan. Generally if the law decides to bend you over the barrel at least here they offer you a bit of lube.
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  644. [–]MrGothmogThe-Culture 1 point 9 hours ago
  645. Eh, it's not awful - QC just ruled that speed cams actually count as hearsay evidence and are illegitimate for citations. In general though, you just have to be persistent*. Or do what I did and decide a day in court costs more than paying the fine and spending a day in the office.
  646. *Source: friends dad successfully sued the city after a snowplow damaged his lawn.
  647. Disclaimer: this man also returned a used microwave to Costco after something like 5 years, among other achievements. He's the dealmaker Trump wishes he was
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  649. [–]Amadmet 1 point 11 hours ago
  650. He meant to say aboriginals
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  652. [–]rwojSanctuary of Shadows 1 point 12 hours ago
  653. TV always portraits them as this shitty apartment you get assigned to after a long time in jail.
  654. they are far, far, far worse than that.
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  656. [–]Luke-AntraPandemic Horde 1 point 12 hours ago
  657. Can someone explain halfway houses to a european please?
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  659. [–]rwojSanctuary of Shadows 3 points 11 hours ago
  660. post-jail jail, but "nicer".
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  662. [–]ashesofempiresSpectreFleet 2 points 9 hours ago
  663. Take an old, decrepit house or apartment building that's practically condemned, and fill it with people who just got out of prison and have zero job prospects. Never do any maintenance or anything, but do post a parole officer there 24/7 to kick in doors (don't replace the doors) and arrest your tenants for petty bullshit.
  664. It's basically prison without bars, but the moment you come back to the HH smelling of beer or other substances, you get sent back to prison for a parole violation.
  665. They are also notorious for shakedowns and shit, where corrupt cops will steal anything of value that the HH tenants were given or earned and the parolees can't do anything about it.
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  667. [–]Luke-AntraPandemic Horde 2 points 8 hours ago
  668. That sounds fucking awfull...
  669. How is such a place supposed to help ANYONE?
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  671. [–]flamingcanineWhere was the exit again? 3 points 7 hours ago
  672. The idea behind it is sound.
  673. The idea is that people in prison can't get jobs. Some people in prison don't have anywhere to go.
  674. Therefore, the state should provide a place for them to get "their affairs in order."
  675. It's supposed to be a boost on the way out. Unfortunately, most people can't wrap their heads around the idea that criminals are people, and should be helped instead of executed, and you end up with a system that's underfunded and overfilled, and that just invites issues.
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  677. [–]ashesofempiresSpectreFleet 2 points 6 hours ago
  678. It's not, really. Re-integration into society is priority zero for the US Justice system, and there are almost no social programs to help a paroled felon readjust to society.
  679. The halfway house is basically just a place for the parolee to squat until they either break parole and go back to prison, or are allowed to live on their own or with family.
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  681. [–]lunettelulu7 2 points 6 hours ago
  682. It was your tweet that led me here, and I've read the blog posts, and I must admit, I question the choice to share this personal info to the entire hideous, black hearted community that is r/eve. Having said that though I do hope you guys pull through (you will!!!) and just ignore these nasty people who have nothing but Eve in their lives.
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  684. [–]GunnarWardCircle-Of-Two 6 points 4 hours ago
  685. I don't think it's unwarranted for people to be skeptical of the victimization card Rixx and his wife are trying to play. Especially given the self documentation of refusal to pay the judgement and failures to file taxes for 2 years in a row.
  686. Rixx has repeatedly and knowingly failed in his obligations and is now posting "how did it come to this?!?! Woe-is-me!" blogs in order to try to garner sympathy in order to continue the victim fantasy.
  687. I think you've missed the mark in calling the community black hearted as it was largely members of the EVE community who supported Rixx's previous goFundMe campaigns to help him purchase a ridiculous amount of equipment in an effort to help SUPPORT his dreams of gaining employment as a graphic designer.
  688. The same community is now coming back in light of the recent blogs posts and saying "Hey, wtf man... why'd you crowd fund all of this expensive gear and trips to iceland when you should have been paying your debts and taxes".
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  690. [–]RixxJavix 1 point an hour ago
  691. I didn't share this here, someone else did
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  693. [–]LichReaperAdversity. -1 points 12 hours ago
  694. Wtf is America really that degenerate? How can you be proud of a country like THAT
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  696. [–]MustLoveAllCatsMiner 22 points 12 hours ago
  697. Indeed. How can you be proud of a country that allows a man to owe someone money not repay them for 15 years before you finally force them to do something about their debts, when they've even received charitable assistance from others, and further just used this money for their own hobbies?
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  700. [–]InsrtChainsstyleProject.Mayhem. 4 points 7 hours ago
  701. I agree on a lot of this. Going to jail for debt is typically for child support (which is absolutely ridiculous). However in a case like this the courts are clearly fed up with purposeful non compliance. You will not be thrown in jail for simply having debt.... you will be thrown in jail for purposely ignoring it, not addressing it with the court system, and all in all acting like a d bag. I'm not defending the joke of an American legal system just making it clear this is a very special circumstance... which typically means something was done to puss the judge off royally. Something like making zero attempt to respect the courts decision over a 15 year period.
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  703. [–]TravisUchonelaPandemic Legion 3 points 6 hours ago
  704. This is true; believe it or not courts hate putting a guy in jail over non payment of child support. Some view it as debtors prison, most acknowledge there's no way they're going to make any money if they're in jail, etc. But if you thumb your nose at the court and your ex for a decade and a half you're probably going to go inside for a while.
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