This is a great improvement to the convention. Last year elevators were clogged, people were in the way, and I witnessed people-watchers make fun of the costumers. If you want to be part of the fun, play by the rules and get a day pass OR find friends who are rooming at one of the hotels. Simple as that.
For the first time.
Instead of immediately going straight to the negative, might I suggest asking your wife to *try* couples therapy? Look up some statistics to convince her, because if she won't listen to you she might be more willing to listen to a professional. Don't forget, women love to be right, so, tell her that she might be right, and that there is nothing wrong with her, but that there might be something wrong with you... just tell her that - because in my opinion there is something wrong with both of you and that is why you can't find that old spark. Best wishes.
I've experienced something similar, and the guy didn't give me any closure either. I agree with the advice, but it's easier said than done. It was hard for me, but I ended up with a really amazing guy.
To quote the great former President Bush "fool me once, shame on you. Fool me — you can't get fooled again."
If you are constantly picking up players (men or women), then you are doomed to be heart broken for the rest of your life. Learn you lesson, brush the dirt off your shoulders, and find someone else.
The pot holes.
That is all I am concerned about.
That and people breaking into vacant homes to steel copper pipes sucks too.
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