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This is a question Black Sheep

Every family has their black sheep, deserved or not. We're still not talking to an uncle who "borrowed" the capital from the family firm, causing it to collapse and leaving my dad out of work for 4 years in his mid 40s. Who aren't you talking to?

(, Fri 14 Jan 2005, 9:17)
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ba ba black sheep have you any wool
For the longest time, I thought my Aunt was the black sheep. We rarely talked with her, saw her about once a year at absolute most, NEVER saw her adult sons- at one point I actually forgot she existed, I hadn't seen her in so long. There was supposedly an arguement about inheritance when my Grandpa died, but because I was eight or so at the time, I never knew the details.

Anyway, she, her husband and my cousins came over and we had a delightful time, everything was peachy. Much promises of "Let's do this again soon!" were made, so I guess she isn't any more.

My cousin on the OTHER side, however, is definetly the black sheep. Arrested as a teenager for drug possession, stole from his parents, ran away from home, was found again, went into pentecostal seminary, declared himself to be more pious than pie, dropped out, swore a blue streak at my Grandma when she wouldn't give him money, and has now disappeared, still owing money to my uncle. Nice guy.
(, Mon 17 Jan 2005, 6:19, Reply)

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