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1 year ago

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A few months ago future FIL was his usual self and majorly pissed off his oldest son. Not my drama to share, but OBIL has him in a TO. OBIL is about 40. The TO is, in my opinion, well justified. FFIL is an ass, all three of Cheap Jordan Shoes his sons will admit it and none of the women in the family can stand him. We put up with him because the guys want him around for some ungodly reason.

I am being induced tomorrow with our first baby, a boy. My parents (who are normal, nonboundary stomping) and FMIL (also normal, divorced for 30 years from FFIL) will be waiting room warriors and are welcome. FFIL will not be waiting because, frankly, he doesn't care. The baby's aunts and uncles (my brother, SO's brother's, everyone's wives) will be visiting the next day, and I assume that's when FFIL will show up at the hospital. SO knows that his parents/family will not be visiting us at home until I am ready to see them, but that my own parents may come sooner. Lemon Clot Air Jordans For Sale essay and all that.

I genuinely like OBIL and his wife, but my SO is presently a little hurt that OBIL can't "be the bigger person" and "get over it." We talked about it today (didn't argue) but in the context of a different event. I asked why SO felt that it was OBIL's responsibility to be the bigger person, and he said that "well Dad's always been like this." AFAIK FFIL does not know he's in a TO but they have very clearly dropped the rope with him.

So here's where I need advice/opinions. Should I insist that we deliberately schedule FFIL and OBIL's visits at different times? Talk to OBIL? Talk to OBIL's wife (who I am a little more comfortable with)? If FFIL does not come to the hospital and decides he wants to visit before I am ready for visitors, http://www.airjordanhot.com/index.php there are going to be some serious firework between SO I over it.

A few months ago future FIL was his usual self and majorly pissed off his oldest son. Not my drama to share, but OBIL has him in a TO. OBIL is about 40. The TO is, in my opinion, well justified. FFIL is an ass, all three of his sons will admit it and none of the women in the family can stand him. We put up with him because the guys want him around for some ungodly reason.

I am being induced tomorrow with our first baby, a boy. My parents (who are normal, nonboundary stomping) and FMIL (also normal, divorced for 30 years from FFIL) will be waiting room warriors and are welcome. FFIL will not be waiting because, frankly, he doesn't care. The baby's aunts and uncles (my brother, SO's brother's, everyone's wives) will be visiting the next day, and I assume that's when FFIL will show up at the hospital. SO knows that his parents/family will not be visiting us at home until I am ready to see them, but that my own parents may come sooner. Lemon Clot essay and all that.

I genuinely like OBIL and his wife, but my SO is presently a little hurt that OBIL can't "be the bigger person" and "get over it." We talked about it today (didn't argue) but in the context of a different event. I asked why SO felt that it was OBIL's responsibility to be the bigger person, and he said that "well Dad's always been like this." AFAIK FFIL does not know he's in a TO but they have very clearly dropped the rope with him.

So here's where I need advice/opinions. Should I insist that we deliberately schedule FFIL and OBIL's visits at different times? Talk to OBIL? Talk to OBIL's wife (who I am a little more comfortable with)? Air Jordan If FFIL does not come to the hospital and decides he wants to visit before I am ready for visitors, there are going to be some serious firework between SO I over it.

1 year ago

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"I just saw LeBron," Gilbert said during a news conference Wednesday, addressing the media for the first time since February. "He looked at me and said, 'Looks like you grew an inch.' I said I could use it."

He admitted he could have used Air Jordan some self censorship in July 2010 when he composed a scathing essay ripping James after he chose to leave Cleveland for the Miami Heat when he became a free agent for the first time in his career.

After once proclaiming that the Cavs would win a championship before James ever lifted up the Larry O'Brien Trophy, Gilbert was cautious about Cleveland's chances this season.

"Well, I learned my lessons on guarantees and predictions and stuff, so I don't do much of that anymore these days," Gilbert said. "I do believe we put together a team and a coaching staff and a front office that's worked very hard certainly to put us in a position to compete at a high level. That's why you play the games."

As much of an awkward arrangement as it seems, the two swear they are back in each other's good graces.

Gilbert was asked if he "deserved" to have James back on his team after the way he reacted to James leaving in the first place.

"I don't know if 'deserve' is a word that I sort of look at in this context," Gilbert said. "No, unless you're really doing some significant harm to another human being, I don't think the bridge is ever burned. We had a night there where emotions were flying high on all sides.

"Except for the fact that it's in the media . things like that happen a lot in business where people have phone calls and heated exchanges, and people are writing each other emails and letters, and then the next day they're eating lunch and doing business. It's not Air Jordan Shoes For Sale a beall or endall type of thing.

"Except when you're in the sports world, something like that is blown up and the whole world knows it. The learning from that is you have to understand that and watch the kinds of things that you do because it can be blown completely out of context and out of proportion. Plus it's just not a smart thing to do in general. I think the franchise deserves what it http://www.airjordanhot.com/index.php has here, and I think LeBron deserves the city of Cleveland and the franchise, and all the perks that are around him. We can't wait to get started tomorrow night."

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1 year ago

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Cavaliers suspend Andrew Bynum

"It's a terrible situation internally with our team," AllStar guard Kyrie Irving said before the Cavs faced the Celtics. "It's something we have to get over."

It is unclear what led to Bynum's suspension. Cavs coach Mike Brown did not disclose any details regarding the suspension but expressed concern for his players.

"I'm worried about the guys in the locker room," Brown said prior to Saturday afternoon's game. "It's simple as that. In our business, there are a lot of ups and a lot of downs throughout the season.

"So what you do as a head coach is keep moving forward. Any time you look back on anything or dwell on anything, is wasted energy from the guys in the locker room, which is obviously very important."

http://www.airjordanmvp.com/ After missing all of last season with knee injuries, Bynum has returned to play in 24 games (19 starts) this season, averaging 8.6 points and 5.3 rebounds while shooting just 42 percent from the floor. But Brown believes that the 26yearold Bynum, a former AllStar, still can be a highimpact player.

"Yeah, he's a good player," Brown said. "I think everybody saw glimpses of it."

Bynum has admitted on several occasions that he's struggled mentally with learning to play with less mobility and in pain with his knees. Brown also refuted the notion that the 7foot Bynum doesn't like basketball.

"I've never heard that before," Brown said. "That's something that you'd have to catch up with him and ask."

Because of his flexible contract and that he's proven he can play again, Bynum could have some suitors in the trade market. Brown would not respond when asked if Bynum had played his last game with Cleveland.

There were times this season Bynum showed flashes of being a dominant post player again. But recently he has lacked energy or enthusiasm, and on Monday he missed all 11 fieldgoal attempts and didn't score in 22 minutes against Detroit. On Thursday night, Bynum struggled to guard Atlanta's Al Horford and was taken out in the third quarter. Bynum didn't return despite Horford suffering a torn chest muscle in the Hawks' doubleovertime win.

Cavs guard Jarrett Jack said Bynum wasn't disruptive and that his quietness may have been misinterpreted.

"That's just kind of how people are sometimes," Jack said. "People like to march to the beat of their own drum. That's not saying you're a bad guy, that's just how you are. I thought we actually had a good relationship with him. He wasn't somebody that was reluctant to speak to people. I thought we had a decent bit of camaraderie and hopefully this will pass and be over and we'll be back at full strength soon."