[–] Caesarkid1 1 points 21 points (+22|-1) ago 

It's your in laws so none of it belongs to you anyways. It belongs to your wife.

[–] Shilly_Mc_Shillface 0 points 12 points (+12|-0) ago 

Inheritance may be poor choice of words as OP refers to quality time more than belongings.

I think my FIL gave their $$ to casino.

[–] Korinthian 1 points 5 points (+6|-1) ago 

The idea that a married couple would refuse to pool resources like you seem to be implying is a product of kike brainwashing.

Husband and wife must both struggle to provide all they can for their children, and if that includes leftover finances from inlaws, so be it.

[–] Caesarkid1 2 points 1 points (+3|-2) ago 

You're right. It belongs to the wife, and it is also their children's inheritance through her as well.

It's not rocket science man.

[–] Womb_Raider 5 points -1 points (+4|-5) ago 

Agreed. It's a nasty thing to assume your wife's parents belongings are yours.

[–] watts2db 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago 

perhaps but your missing the point here

[–] Norn 1 points 0 points (+1|-1) ago 

It's just an attention grabbing title. Worked didn't it? We're here. An inheritance isn't necessarily belongings, in the actual post Op is talking about grandchildren losing out on love and quality-time more than anything else.

[–] 77777777777 2 points 11 points (+13|-2) ago 

TV is Tranny Vision, Tell-Lie-Vision, fallen angel tech mind weapon. With TV PROGRAMMING they can program your mind.

Why dont you grow some balls and say these things you just said to their faces? And then keep saying it. And then slowly reduce contact if they cannot listen to reason.

[–] BlueDanube 2 points 3 points (+5|-2) ago 

You sure talk about trannies a lot.

[–] 77777777777 3 points -1 points (+2|-3) ago 

Yeah. One day I wont have to anymore because this place will be cleansed with fire. Even so, Lord Jesus, come quickly!

[–] TheSeer 4 points -1 points (+3|-4) ago 

Wait until Boomers figure out they were fooled with the APOLLO PROGRAM. Well, probably never, but still, it would be the shock of most of their lives.

[–] SIDWULF 3 points 1 points (+4|-3) ago 

We went to the moon you faggot.

[–] alphasnail 1 points 6 points (+7|-1) ago 

After getting PTSD I was suffering so bad they I eventually turned to pills. They were actually helpful... at first... but after a time they stopped working. The Dr. began issuing me ever-increasing dosages to compensate for my body building a tolerance against the medicine. After a time it got to the point were having a reversal effect which placed me on the edge of snapping.

Years ago I completely stopped taking the pills and my symptoms have completely gone away, mostly.

I am happier now, more outgoing, very physically active, and very productive in my day to day life.

By contrast, I used to hide from the world in my fortress of solitude. Venturing into public spurred intense paranoia and psychotic rage.

Now I am all but perfect. I still struggle with certain triggers like alarms or sirens or gun fire, but the difference now is I can cope with experiencing those triggers.

Fuck head pills. They are a curse in disguise. If they don't need those pills to actually live then encourage them to stop.

Oh by the way you sound like a socialist.

[–] TheSeer 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

I think he was making the point that until recently, in our society, each generation had the GOAL of leaving the next generation better off than the current one. With Boomers, it is ME ME ME.

[–] alphasnail 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I guess I missed that. He could have just simply said that instead.

[–] Commie_Meta 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Fuck head pills. They are a curse in disguise.

Did you ever try propranolol? It was originally used as a blood pressure drug, but was later found to also help with anxiety and PTSD. It does not work like Valium and alcohol.

[–] alphasnail 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I had to try several different things and combinations of pills to find an effective cocktail chemicals that could get me fairly balance, but I have never tried that one. Alcohol makes it worse. I don't drink.

Pills ultimately made me worse. What helped was not taking pills anymore. Then I switched to behavioral therapy, learned to meditate, began exercising regularly and eating healthy. I'm as fit as a fiddle both physically and mentally now.

[–] jewd_law 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Glad you made it out of that intact. If you haven't, it might be worth looking into EMDR, CBT, and Meditation if you haven't. I meditate everyday it's worked wonders. Stay away from those pills! they tried to get me hooked on pain pills after surgery. the (((medical system))) will always recommend managing rather than curing to extract shekels from you.

[–] alphasnail 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

That's the route I ultimately ended up taking. Meditation, behavioral therapy, exercising, and a healthy diet, and no alcohol which seems to agitate the issue in high doses.

EMDR? Never heard of that but I looked it up. Sounds weird.

[–] Womb_Raider 1 points 5 points (+6|-1) ago 

To assume the belongings of others are your own is a terrible perspective. I do not expect anything from my parents. If they leave me something, I consider myself blessed, but I will do well without. That is how every man should live their lives. If they do not respect you, they will give you nothing.

[–] Thrus2 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Many of our parents give us a lot even if my parents passed now and left me no money, property, or any things I would have gained. There is the upbringing and guiding us there is the love, but what if we just want to talk money? your fist car did you buy it alone or did your parents help you? if they didn't help you did they loan you a vehicle or give you rides to get to work so you could buy it? My fist vehicle was theirs that hey let me use as my own. When I was moving out and getting my own home they helped out with the down-payment to reduce my monthly payments that is something that has saved me money over a very long term mortgage. When I was putting on a new roof to the house my dad loaned me his air compressor long hoses to reach the roof and nail gun that right there saved me $500+ worth of stuff I would have had to buy zero cost to him but it would have been to me. How much stuff to we borrow or use of theirs that saves us having to buy it again? Even if your parents don't have much money would dad ever say no you can't use my jack to change the oil in your car buy your own you may not think it at the time but that is saving you money right there.

[–] Womb_Raider 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

My parents have been very good to me. I won't deny it. My life would be very hard without their support, but anyone can survive in America. This country is easy to live in, even in extreme poverty. Our safety nets are ridiculous.

[–] Thrus2 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago  (edited ago)

This post without any speak of inheritance would have generated a very different response from people here but by bringing it up first and foremost in the title you just sound like a greedy little shit caring about the money and the impact on them being secondary to your loss, not your loss of them in your life but you loss of the money going to the doctor. even when you mentioned both money and love lost you put the money fist. It could be about the damage to their health from sitting and the loss to the grandkids for lack of interaction but no it is all about you. Honestly I think you see them as a future income not as people to care about.

Big Pharma Stole My Inheritance.

After recently spending some time with my in-laws, I've realized we are in a dirty situation.

My MIL and FIL, as well as my biological mother are all popping pills. I think they were raised in a Dr. knows best world and think that their Dr. has their best interest in mind. They don't understand that the Dr. wants to get paid and he gets paid by selling pills.

So, my FIL used to never shut up. Now they all just sit around the boob tube not interacting and giving one-word answers when you do try to enguage them. And they subject themselves to daily brainwashings. Turning on GMA or the local news, then just sitting there in front of the TV, letting the propaganda sink in, reassuring them it's OK to be a drug addict and making sure they hate the one guy who has anything going in the right direction. Instead of spending time with the grand children, they play stupid games on their phones and go to menial jobs. All to pay for the pills which have eaten up any chance at responsible management of their estates. There's nothing financially left for future generations and there's no love to be handed down either because of their zombie state.

I'm pretty sure this is happening on a HUGE scale. I think it's partially why Trump support seems so misrepresented. People who would normally speak up and stand up for themselves are too comotose to care and prefer to let the propaganda machine guide them on autopilot.

Heroin has ruined our families, even without overdoses.

[–] BeefBourgignon 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

This gen X'er op was raised on boomer morality.

[–] L3D 16 points 4 points (+20|-16) ago 

I would say that the inheritance of yours isn't yours at all, but is entirely their money and they are perfectly right to use every penny of theirs to prolong their lives.

Should they be taking so much drugs? Perhaps not, but that is between them and their doctor. You can't do much unless the age and drugs have done their thing that the relatives should have a legal guardian now.

[–] tendiesonfloor 1 points 12 points (+13|-1) ago 

unironically believing that opiates are medicine

Get a load of this brainlet.

[–] Womb_Raider 4 points 0 points (+4|-4) ago  (edited ago)

Opiates serve a purpose. Pain medication is important. If you disagree, you've never had major surgery. That said, it shouldn't be taken chronically, its purpose is to rehabilitate after major trauma. People who take it daily are ignorant at best and self-destructive at worst.

[–] L3D 2 points 0 points (+2|-2) ago 

Shitty doctors if they write opiates prescriptions like candy, and weak fools if the patient accepts them when they wouldn't need them.

Personally I very rarely take even Aspirin or Burana unless told to by doctor. I sometimes even refuse dentist's local anasthethics when drilling because I don't like having half the face numb for the rest if the day.

[–] fellowkikepeople 0 points 11 points (+11|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Well done for completely missing his point.

[–] Thrus2 2 points 0 points (+2|-2) ago 

There is more then one point in the op's post one is what drugs are doing to the parents, another is the generation being raised to trust doctors, and another is that he things the money they are spending is his and not theirs, and more would be the brainwashing in TV. Any or all of those could be a topic of discussion. One thing I have learned here is that if you try to address multiple points in a response typically all but one gets ignored so if you are more interested in discussing one it is best to just address that and leave the others alone.

[–] Raxotic 4 points 9 points (+13|-4) ago  (edited ago)

Fuck, I would cut you out of my family so fast for saying some shit like that.

Grandfather inherited, father has, I have and so will my kids.

Why? Two reasons. First, a lot of what I have and will have was given to me through inheritance. It's not really even "mine." I don't even view my inheritance as really, "mine". What kind of a piece of shit would I be to end that legacy of handing down?

Second. An inheritance is essential to get your kids ahead. I give my kids all the advantages I can and teach them to do that for their kids. I quickly disassociate myself from anyone that doesn't do the same.

And just to cap it all off, my kids need to be making the right choices in life. If one was a junkie, theyre not getting shit. If one kid decides it would be funny to be a race traitor, they're going to get very little and most of it is going to the other kids. I'm not going to hand off my estate to some dumbshit fuckheads.

[–] Crow_T_robocop 1 points 1 points (+2|-1) ago 

I'm glad I'm not part of your family.

First off, my parents didn't inherit anything: one set of grandparents were poor farmers, and the other set were German immigrants with nothing but a couple suitcases.

My family was middle class, but struggled to make ends meet for most of my childhood. By the time I was in my late teens, my parents were both very successful, but I never thought about inheritance. My parents spent their money freely on us kids. Paying for college, vacations, helping us buy cars, helping us put down payments on houses, helping pay down debts.

I will gladly give everything I own if I could make my parents live longer. I love them more than anybody on this earth.

[–] SOULESS 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago  (edited ago)

That's super disrespectful in my family. My grandfather takes a lot of pride in spending time and resources on family because he wants to be remembered and loved. His father left everything to his sister when he died and my grandfather never understood why. He felt like his dad didn't love him as much. Because of that he said he wants to split everything he had equally for all his children, grand children, and great grand children.

In my family it would be seen as super disrespectful if you refused the gift and didn't see it as yours. You're supposed to appreciate he took the time to leave something for you.

[–] speedisavirus 2 points 0 points (+2|-2) ago 

I'd put you in the dirt if I didn't like not being in prison. Fuck off. It's none of your business what these people do with their non criminally earned money.

[–] L3D 3 points 0 points (+3|-3) ago 

Well, what would you do when your parents were starting to be a burden to your inheritance? Deny their medicines? Ferry them off to somewhere where medicine is cheaper or perhaps even Switzerland for that quick and easy euthanasia. Just so that you can get their money.

[–] whatdoesthereeesay 1 points 3 points (+4|-1) ago 

Inter generational Wealth dats for ssuckers yo

[–] 00001000001100110101 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

I've always been of the belief that for my parents, I want to make sure they are well off into retirement, and have money to spend every month. Boomers have a shit ton of debt in random places, and i would rather focus on getting these people OUT of debt first and living a good life, over estate kikes stealing it all over technicalities(In case you didn't know, kikes can steal the entirety of an estate for undue debts, essentially the boomers got into massive debt, and now banks can swoop in for the kill. All by design in my eyes). And if something is left over, than great. But the goal is happy retirement and planning, not what's in it for me. I just hate the idea some kike can profiteer off people's misery, and that's all the motivation fuel i need

[–] RumpRangerRick 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

I'm kinda getting what you're saying.

I've been on anti depressants and anti anxiety drugs for near 20 years.

Recently retired. Decided I don't want to be on these fucking drugs anymore and see what life is like without 'em, now that I don't have crazy work-stress to deal with.

Big pharma is evil.

Tapering down off Xanax is like descending through the different levels of Dante's Inferno for the first two weeks during each dosage reduction.

[–] Ban_Circumcision 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Yeah, its fucked bro. I know 3 families on my block including my own that have people who suffer. It seems liek every other person I know know ssomeone who has this problem. its fucked.

[–] TheSeer 1 points 0 points (+1|-1) ago 

But they will all be really quick to tell the younger generation 'Drugs are bad, mmkay!'

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