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PixieWings
PixieWings

I just got off the phone with my daddy and my baby brother is at his place...he got parole and did not bother to tell me anything, just called dad when they let him out to come pick him up. Dad asked if he could stay with me for a little while until everything can be sorted out, cause my sister is kind of a drama queen and it's better if baby boy does not have to deal with her...so Sunday he is moving in with what things he does have, my dad is taking him shopping to get clothes and stuff today. I want to drive out to my dad's and pick him up, but daddy said no he wants this time with his son, no girls allowed but it will not be long til i gets my baby brother...i'm really happy and kind of worried at the same time...cause i was not ready for this one thought i had about 8 years to figure out where he was going to go...but oh well My brother is HOME :word::kilt::scared0016::pillowfight:


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februarymoon
februarymoon

So who did his parole packet? Was your dad not informed that he was parolling to his home? What if your dad had been in the hospital or on vacation? Surely the address needs to be verified?

I don't know what state this is and I only have experience with parole in Nebraska but it sounds very far-fetched to me.

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So who did his parole packet? Was your dad not informed that he was parolling to his home? What if your dad had been in the hospital or on vacation? Surely the address needs to be verified?

I don't know what state this is and I only have experience with parole in Nebraska but it sounds very far-fetched to me.

 
februarymoon
februarymoon

Sorry, didn't even read al, of your post. Does his parole officer even know that he is just being moved to another address? I find this very hard to believe. And I'll bet I'm not the only one.

 
PixieWings
PixieWings

My father did his parole packet but did not tell me anything about it, i filled out some paper a few months back for my dad...so he is listed to parole to my home so at the moment he is not where he should be because my dad picked him up, he meets with his parole officer on Monday to get all of his rules and i should have a copy at that time as well. I just sign the papers my dad says to sign because he has always handled all the prison stuff and family papers, i don't think anything of it nor do i read it, i just sign where my dad says to sign because i know my dad would never do anything to hurt me...i should have said that to start with but i'm just so on cloud 9 baby boy is home that i forgot. I owe him a pillow slap for his being stupid and getting locked up.

My dad knew he was paroleing but it was not set for 2 months from yesterday, so it was a supirse when the let him go early. Dad just did not tell me about any of it until today when he called.

 
Anonymous
Anonymous

It's crazy that you can have 8 years left and they can just let you out with little to no warning.
The US prison system is extremely confusing it would seem!

 
PixieWings
PixieWings

It's crazy that you can have 8 years left and they can just let you out with little to no warning.
The US prison system is extremely confusing it would seem!

yes they don't do things always by the way the say..but i'm happy he is home. I guess my dad has known for some time just no one bothered to tell me..i'm not surprised it's really an awesome new year present...just hope he can stay out because i don't know what his rules are as of yet, and i just want to keep him with us, because he has been gone way way to long.

 
DanPal
DanPal

yes they don't do things always by the way the say..but i'm happy he is home. I guess my dad has known for some time just no one bothered to tell me..i'm not surprised it's really an awesome new year present...just hope he can stay out because i don't know what his rules are as of yet, and i just want to keep him with us, because he has been gone way way to long.

I'm happy for you and your family, Pixie.
That IS a great New Year's gift :)

 
sunray's wench
sunray's wench

I'm surprised that no one from the parole office wanted to drop by and inspect your home, make sure you had no firearms etc in the house.

 
NorthernLight
NorthernLight

Sorry, didn't even read al, of your post. Does his parole officer even know that he is just being moved to another address? I find this very hard to believe. And I'll bet I'm not the only one.

I agree with FM. This story is unbelievable. Your Dad knew that your Brother was getting out on parole AND he put your address down as the address he is paroling to and no one bothered to tell you? No one came out to do a home visit? You said your Dad asked you if he could stay with you for awhile but it was your address he was paroling to. You just sign papers and don't question them or read them? I don't know of any state that just lets someone walk out of prison and not have to jump through many hoops just to get released. His parole was set for two months from now but no one bothered to tell you? Not only that but they just decided to let him out early with no notice to anyone? He didn't bother giving his Dad a heads up that he was being released early? He's not starting out very well if he was to parole to your house and just ignored that. I call BS on this whole story.

 
PixieWings
PixieWings

I'm surprised that no one from the parole office wanted to drop by and inspect your home, make sure you had no firearms etc in the house.

I'm bearly home 5 hours a day with working 2 jobs, my dad has keys to my place and stops by often when the kids are away at school, so all the home checks could have been done at this time.
yes i just sign paper, because my dad has always handle all the legal papers for our family i don't think anything of it, never have thought anything of it, he says sign and i sign. i only found out about his parole address being mine after talking to my dad again, and the reason for that is my dad's home is full of guns, he is ex army and still has a thing for rifles and handguns.
think whatever you like, i'm just happy my baby brother is home.

 
NorthernLight
NorthernLight

I'm bearly home 5 hours a day with working 2 jobs, my dad has keys to my place and stops by often when the kids are away at school, so all the home checks could have been done at this time.
yes i just sign paper, because my dad has always handle all the legal papers for our family i don't think anything of it, never have thought anything of it, he says sign and i sign. i only found out about his parole address being mine after talking to my dad again, and the reason for that is my dad's home is full of guns, he is ex army and still has a thing for rifles and handguns.
think whatever you like, i'm just happy my baby brother is home.

So you don't even know if they did a home visit? Your Dad never said "Oh, BTW Pixie the Parole office came out to your house today and did an inspection". That never ONCE came up in conversation? Not only did your Brother not parole to the address he said he was paroling to, he went straight to a house that is "full of guns" after being out for less than a day? Is your Brother that stupid that he would jeopardize his parole that way? If he continues making these decisions he won't be out for long. For someone that has so many people in their life locked up I have a hard time believing that you are this ignorant of how things work.

 
PixieWings
PixieWings

I'm not ignorant about how things work, when it comes to our family legal matter my father has always taken care of everything, it's never something i've needed to question him on. Never give it much thought it's always been that way my whole life. I handle the family final plans and he handles all legal matters. And yes my brother is that stupid...if he was not stupid to start with he would not have ended up in lock up. I don't think he will be out for long, he was not the last time he got parole was out 3 months, and because he does not like to follow rules he went back. He is a problem child always has, and hate to say always will be, but i always enjoy the time where he is free.

 
NorthernLight
NorthernLight

Perhaps if you and your family helped him to follow the rules he might be more successful in staying out of prison. Did I read that you have children? Are you not worried about your children being around someone that can't follow the rules?

Also I don't know of any parole office approving a home without meeting the occupants of the house beforehand.

 
PixieWings
PixieWings

Perhaps if you and your family helped him to follow the rules he might be more successful in staying out of prison. Did I read that you have children? Are you not worried about your children being around someone that can't follow the rules?

Also I don't know of any parole office approving a home without meeting the occupants of the house beforehand.

My baby brother is 6'8" as a family we can tell him would we would like to see happen, but it's his choice what he does. Yes i have children, i have 3 ages 18,16,12 they have been around convicts their whole lives, and know what happens if you don't follow the rules, i've never had any problems with my children. Just because they have been raised around family that are problem children does not mean anything...they learn by what i show them, what i teach them. What i show them is if you want something in life you have to work for it, nothing easy is worth it and something worth it will not be easy. And if you want to be stupid and break the laws you will be like Baby Boy (we don't use real names here or so it's my understanding).
My older brother also lives with me, and when he gets home for work if i'm still home, i will have to talk to him about if he met with a parole officer about baby boy coming him to live when he got out. It was my father's ideal for my older brother to be my roommate after what happen to me in 2008, and i actually don't mind having him around, he is a retired Marine, who better to be home with my kids even tho they are old enough not to need a sitter, than a Marine.

 
PixieWings
PixieWings

I'm actually called Pixie in real life by my family because i'm short compared to everyone else.

 
sunray's wench
sunray's wench

I'm bearly home 5 hours a day with working 2 jobs, my dad has keys to my place and stops by often when the kids are away at school, so all the home checks could have been done at this time.
yes i just sign paper, because my dad has always handle all the legal papers for our family i don't think anything of it, never have thought anything of it, he says sign and i sign. i only found out about his parole address being mine after talking to my dad again, and the reason for that is my dad's home is full of guns, he is ex army and still has a thing for rifles and handguns.
think whatever you like, i'm just happy my baby brother is home.

Forgive me, but I'm finding this a little hard to follow.

If I understand this correctly, your father has lied to the authorities and by signing the papers you are also complicit in lying to the authorities about exactly where your brother will be living while on parole. Do you not understand that you could face legal action because of that? What happens if the parole officer turns up tomorrow morning at 6am to do a drug test on your brother?

I hope you don't have an aggressive police department where you live.

 
gooddog
gooddog

Lord knows they certainly can be (aggressive police dept.) I cannot believe how often I see the unmarked car parked in front of my neighbor's house who is home on house arrest. They're there all the time!!!! Taking it seriously.

 
natalieandjames
natalieandjames

I guess other states have different rules than Texas when it comes to Parole.

 
februarymoon
februarymoon

Nebraska (where my man did make parole) was a whole lot different too.

 
PixieWings
PixieWings

Forgive me, but I'm finding this a little hard to follow.

If I understand this correctly, your father has lied to the authorities and by signing the papers you are also complicit in lying to the authorities about exactly where your brother will be living while on parole. Do you not understand that you could face legal action because of that? What happens if the parole officer turns up tomorrow morning at 6am to do a drug test on your brother?

I hope you don't have an aggressive police department where you live.

My baby brother is actually going to be living with me, he was just spending a little time with dad. Dad left me voice mail since i was at work that they would be by today with all his stuff, we meet with his parole officer monday morning. I did find out, my older brother handled the home visit while i was at work. I live in a little college town, so the police are not really aggressive unless you are about campus or the bars. I know most of the police here due to one of my jobs is at a local gas station so i deal with them a lot. My baby brother is going to have a lot of babysitters..and i want him to stay out, but i know him. BTW i'm in Ohio things are different here when you don't live in the larger cities.

 
NorthernLight
NorthernLight

Dad asked if he could stay with me for a little while until everything can be sorted out,

My baby brother is actually going to be living with me, he was just spending a little time with dad.

You may want to review what you wrote before. A good story has consistency.

 
Marianela
Marianela

My curiosity question would be "if you don't think he will stay out long because he never does, and you are ok with him staying at your house, which law are you comfortable with him breaking at your house?" But it's not my business and if I was you, I wouldn't answer it on a forum.

 
februarymoon
februarymoon

Parole is a privilege, not a right. If a judge has sentenced him to x number of years, then they can make him do that many in prison. So it is a huge deal and a big privilege to be paroled and not something that prisoners who are being considered for parole would keep quiet about, especially with the person they may be living with/temporarily staying with, depending on which post you read. I'm not surprised he ended up going back if he is living with people who are so blasé about it.

Your brother did the home visit? And didn't even tell you? Sure. Whatever.

And how come your dad does all the legal stuff, as you put it, if he doesn't even speak English? After all, you claim to have not spoken English until you were 22 or 20, depending on which post you read, so that would imply that you were raised by non-English speaking parents.

You just sign any papers given to you? I hope for your kids' sake that their abusive father doesn't send papers asking you to sign full custody over to him.

 
Marianela
Marianela

Parole is a privilege, not a right. If a judge has sentenced him to x number of years, then they can make him do that many in prison. So it is a huge deal and a big privilege to be paroled and not something that prisoners who are being considered for parole would keep quiet about, especially with the person they may be living with/temporarily staying with, depending on which post you read. I'm not surprised he ended up going back if he is living with people who are so blasé about it.

Your brother did the home visit? And didn't even tell you? Sure. Whatever.

And how come your dad does all the legal stuff, as you put it, if he doesn't even speak English? After all, you claim to have not spoken English until you were 22 or 20, depending on which post you read, so that would imply that you were raised by non-English speaking parents.

You just sign any papers given to you? I hope for your kids' sake that their abusive father doesn't send papers asking you to sign full custody over to him.

So I guess her dad's military service was for a different country? I'm so confused and I Assume the Marine brother DID learn English younger? But they didn't teach you? What's your native language?

 
februarymoon
februarymoon

Well according to her bio her father was in the US military. I would have thought it would be a requirement when joining the military that you speak the language. Kind of helps when commands are given.

 
Anonymous
Anonymous

hold up how do you put in gifs...

 
Anonymous
Anonymous

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Anonymous
Anonymous

That gif would have been a lot funnier if I hadn't have tripped all over myself to get there. This message board is so old school it makes me feel computer illiterate haha!!!

 
PixieWings
PixieWings

So I guess her dad's military service was for a different country? I'm so confused and I Assume the Marine brother DID learn English younger? But they didn't teach you? What's your native language?

over the course of 10 years that i can remember, my dad was in the army 30 years, but i was only part of that lifestyle for 10, we lived in England, Germany, Japan, Korea, Russia. I don't have a native language for say because very where we moved i had to learn the language of where we where, my first language was German if you want to call that my native language.
My older brother the Marine always spoke english, he did not of his time in the Marines in the USA, was stationed in Japan for i think 6 months but for the most part he was in the USA. Oh they have been teaching me english on and off for maybe 15 years now, i speak it well and can write it, but at times i get confused to what the meaning of slang terms are.

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That gif would have been a lot funnier if I hadn't have tripped all over myself to get there. This message board is so old school it makes me feel computer illiterate haha!!!

It's actually cute.

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Well according to her bio her father was in the US military. I would have thought it would be a requirement when joining the military that you speak the language. Kind of helps when commands are given.

My father speaks perfect english, and German, Russian, Korean, Japanese. I'm the one that sucks at english at times.

 
PixieWings
PixieWings

And how come your dad does all the legal stuff, as you put it, if he doesn't even speak English? After all, you claim to have not spoken English until you were 22 or 20, depending on which post you read, so that would imply that you were raised by non-English speaking parents.

You just sign any papers given to you? I hope for your kids' sake that their abusive father doesn't send papers asking you to sign full custody over to him.

It may imply that my father is non english speaking, but that is not the case. We always spoke the language of whatever country we were staying in at the time.
I sign paper MY FATHER gives me. I'M NOT STUPID ENOUGH TO SIGN PAPERS THAT MY DAD HAS NOT ALREADY READ OVER. got to love the cheap shot :gagme:

 
PixieWings
PixieWings

You may want to review what you wrote before. A good story has consistency.

i know what i wrote, and if we have learned nothing it's that i don't always state myself very clean when i'm typing fast due to lack of time. I have time at the moment because i'm home sick from work, so i can lay in bed and die or i can look around on the computer..computer won.

 
februarymoon
februarymoon

Children speak the language of their parents - fact! I also grew up in a non-English speaking country but spoke German and English because that's what my parents speak. Children don't learn the language that other people in the country speak because they don't trust other people. They only mimic their parents or caregivers.
Also you would have had little contact with the "locals" when living on a base. My man's brother was on a base in Germany and I worked on contract as a localisation specialist with the base. I met my man when he was visiting his brother. The US military personnel in Germany didn't even know how to buy a stamp in German. They don't need to. They have their own schools, doctors, churches, shops, and so on.

An MA in philology tells me that there are some untruths here. In two years you became fluent in a whole language? Why the heck are you working 20 hours a day doing two jobs when you could be earning big bucks translating or interpreting? I used to make $250 an hour simultaneous interpreting at Ford board meetings. I used to work 3 days a week in Germany as a translator.

I was tempted to post in German just to see how much better you are at it than English but that's unfair on others who don't speak German.

I'm joining NL in calling BS on your whole fairy tale. Your pp's might be impressed by your exotic claims. I'm not.

 
Taivas
Taivas

[QUOTE=februarymoon;1122451]Children speak the language of their parents - fact! I also grew up in a non-English speaking country but spoke German and English because that's what my parents speak. Children don't learn the language that other people in the country speak because they don't trust other people. They only mimic their parents or caregivers.
Also you would have had little contact with the "locals" when living on a base. My man's brother was on a base in Germany and I worked on contract as a localisation specialist with the base. I met my man when he was visiting his brother. The US military personnel in Germany didn't even know how to buy a stamp in German. They don't need to. They have their own schools, doctors, churches, shops, and so on.

An MA in philology tells me that there are some untruths here. In two years you became fluent in a whole language? Why the heck are you working 20 hours a day doing two jobs when you could be earning big bucks translating or interpreting? I used to make $250 an hour simultaneous interpreting at Ford board meetings. I used to work 3 days a week in Germany as a translator.

[B]I was tempted to post in German [/B]just to see how much better you are at it than English but that's unfair on others who don't speak German.

I'm joining NL in calling BS on your whole fairy tale. Your pp's might be impressed by your exotic claims. I'm not.[/QUOTE]

Please, go ahead. Ich mag die deutschen Sprache :o

 
rainy daze
rainy daze

Please, go ahead. Ich mag die deutschen Sprache :o

That means I love you <3 right? ;)

 
NorthernLight
NorthernLight

Please, go ahead. Ich mag die deutschen Sprache :o

I like the German language too but it was very simple to translate using the internet so.....LOL

Diese Frau ist ein Betrug.

 
BirdyB
BirdyB

I only know a bunch of crude songs and Berlin slang......ha ha ha! My late mother was a star :-D

 
Taivas
Taivas

Berling slang....that must sound even sexier ;)

 
PixieWings
PixieWings

That means I love you <3 right? ;)

It's i like german language. I love you is ich liebe dich

 
PixieWings
PixieWings

I like the German language too but it was very simple to translate using the internet so.....LOL

Diese Frau ist ein Betrug.

think what you like, since you feel i'm a fraud....

 
rainy daze
rainy daze

ich liebe dich

 
PixieWings
PixieWings

ich liebe dich

mich auch. My german is rusty i've not spoken it as a first language since i was maybe 10. My strongest language is Korean, but it's hard to type in proper korean because if others don't have the upload thing on their computer all they see is little boxes. These days i most speak Korean and English, and yes my English sucks.

 
Marianela
Marianela

Ich liebe dich & warum ist dast meer blau?
The first I learned in a YouTube song and the second I learned because I wanted to type a line in German to this German speaking biologist that I wrote an email to gushing my admiration of his work with hai (sharks)
That is my entire knowledge of German

 
NorthernLight
NorthernLight

You may want to review what you wrote before. A good story has consistency.

think what you like, since you feel i'm a fraud....

It's not that hard to figure out. You posted in this thread about your Father asking if your Brother could stay with you and then said that he is actually paroling to your house. It's plain to see you are making up a story. You just don't "forget" details like that. I used to have a boss at work whom I worked with for five years. She was a pathological liar. She would say one thing to me and 2 minutes later say a totally different thing to the receptionist. She was pretty good at keeping the details straight and what she told to each person but over five years she slipped up a lot. Interestedly though, nothing she ever lied about gained her anything. Pathological liars are unable to tell the truth even if there is nothing to gain from it. It's just not this post. You can see it in every post you make. You tell one story and when someone questions it you change your story to explain it. The problem is that the explanation doesn't make sense with the previous information you've given. I am interested as to the "why" though.

 
Henrietta
Henrietta

My daughter loved the first thing I taught her in German, "Du bist ein speilverderber! :)

 
rainy daze
rainy daze

Ich liebe dich & warum ist dast meer blau?
The first I learned in a YouTube song and the second I learned because I wanted to type a line in German to this German speaking biologist that I wrote an email to gushing my admiration of his work with hai (sharks)
That is my entire knowledge of German

I really love this post and you're adorable! I like sharks too, but don't know much about them

 
rainy daze
rainy daze

It's not that hard to figure out. You posted in this thread about your Father asking if your Brother could stay with you and then said that he is actually paroling to your house. It's plain to see you are making up a story. You just don't "forget" details like that. I used to have a boss at work whom I worked with for five years. She was a pathological liar. She would say one thing to me and 2 minutes later say a totally different thing to the receptionist. She was pretty good at keeping the details straight and what she told to each person but over five years she slipped up a lot. Interestedly though, nothing she ever lied about gained her anything. Pathological liars are unable to tell the truth even if there is nothing to gain from it. It's just not this post. You can see it in every post you make. You tell one story and when someone questions it you change your story to explain it. The problem is that the explanation doesn't make sense with the previous information you've given. I am interested as to the "why" though.

I've been enjoying the story!

 
Marianela
Marianela

It's not that hard to figure out. You posted in this thread about your Father asking if your Brother could stay with you and then said that he is actually paroling to your house. It's plain to see you are making up a story. You just don't "forget" details like that. I used to have a boss at work whom I worked with for five years. She was a pathological liar. She would say one thing to me and 2 minutes later say a totally different thing to the receptionist. She was pretty good at keeping the details straight and what she told to each person but over five years she slipped up a lot. Interestedly though, nothing she ever lied about gained her anything. Pathological liars are unable to tell the truth even if there is nothing to gain from it. It's just not this post. You can see it in every post you make. You tell one story and when someone questions it you change your story to explain it. The problem is that the explanation doesn't make sense with the previous information you've given. I am interested as to the "why" though.

I knew a man who said he had a lying problem, he would go to one grocery store and lie and say he went to a different grocery store, totally pointless lies. He'd lie about his age, both up and down, by a year or two.. Completely pointless.
I get the logic behind saying you are a doctor if you are really a med student or saying you own a big home when you own a tiny home.. Just trying to impress people or feel "bigger and better", but there are people who lie about the most random, unimportant topics...what's the motive? I don't understand the psychology behind this type of lying.

 
SilentForest
SilentForest

I knew a man who said he had a lying problem, he would go to one grocery store and lie and say he went to a different grocery store, totally pointless lies. He'd lie about his age, both up and down, by a year or two.. Completely pointless.
I get the logic behind saying you are a doctor if you are really a med student or saying you own a big home when you own a tiny home.. Just trying to impress people or feel "bigger and better", but there are people who lie about the most random, unimportant topics...what's the motive? I don't understand the psychology behind this type of lying.

I feel like everybody has met a person like that in their life at one point or another. I don't understand why people lie about unimportant and mundane things either. However, I feel like if PixieWings is lying then it's her business and she will have to live with the consequences. But at the end of the day she knows what is true or not in her heart and I feel like if people think that she is a fraud then take a step back from her and leave her be. I'm not trying to offend anyone up here in any type of manner at all. And Pixie I'm not saying that you're a fraud or anything. I guess I just want the drama to stop and people to start singing Hakuna Matata. :) Just my two cents in the matter. :2cents:

 
Anonymous
Anonymous

I'll share my popcorn, SilentForest. :-)

 
PixieWings
PixieWings

I feel like everybody has met a person like that in their life at one point or another. I don't understand why people lie about unimportant and mundane things either. However, I feel like if PixieWings is lying then it's her business and she will have to live with the consequences. But at the end of the day she knows what is true or not in her heart and I feel like if people think that she is a fraud then take a step back from her and leave her be. I'm not trying to offend anyone up here in any type of manner at all. And Pixie I'm not saying that you're a fraud or anything. I guess I just want the drama to stop and people to start singing Hakuna Matata. :) Just my two cents in the matter. :2cents:

Oh i agree with you...to those that don't wish to believe how i do things it's on them, they can call me whatever name they like...i've always said i'm good at keeping haters in there jobs...and we all know some of the people on this site honestly just pick apart everything people post. I don't bother with them any longer, they can keep posting, but they will not get a reply from me since after the late time around i just put them on block and move on with my day. HAKUNA MATATA...i love that song lol i grown tired of the drama here at times, that is why until the past week or so i just don't bother to be here. No matter where we go in the world online or real world there will always be judgemental cows. So i just do me.

 
SilentForest
SilentForest

I'll share my popcorn, SilentForest. :-)

Yay! :D Please add extra butter for me. ^_^