Definitions of Men’s Rights in West by Dennis Gac

SELECTED DEFINITIONS

Father:  Mom’s current boyfriend.

Dad:  See Definition of “Father”

Best Interests of the Child: What Mom & her new boyfriend
want today

Child Support:  See “Visitation”

Visitation:  See “Child Support”

Alcoholic:  The spouse of an alcoholic

Druggie:  The spouse of a “druggie

Domestic Violence: The accusation that Mom will make
against Dad shortly after she shoots him, steals the car,
bulldozes his half of the house, steals the credit cards,
drains the checking and savings accounts, has the dog put
to sleep, drowns the gerbils, kidnaps the kids and moves in
with her 400 pound Samoan boyfriend.

Family Court:  Where Mom’s attorney goes to make Phoney
allegations against Dad in violation of his professional
responsibilities (and then sends Dad the bill). See also
“Wheel of Fortune”

Trial by Combat or Ordeal: A primitive form of adjudication
used in early times. [See Family Court]

Trial by Wager of Law:  A primitive form of adjudication
used in early times. [See Family Court]

Trial by Affidavit: A procedure under which the court gags
the Parties and all witnesses with relevant knowledge and
then permits attorneys to testify falsely and in violation
of their professional duties as to matters not contained in
the affidavits. [See Family Court, Ex Parte, Show Cause and
Commissioner.

Child Abuse: Visitation by Dad.

Sexual Abuse: Baths and diaper changes when conducted by
Dad.

Joint Custody: Every other weekend and 6 weeks in the
Summer.

Ex Parte: See Family Court

Insanity: See Ex Parte, Show Cause, & Family Court
Attorney Rules of Professional Conduct: [Reserved]

Commissioner/Magistrate: Like a judge, only different

Pro Tem Commissioner:  See Commissioner/Magistrate

Natural Custodial Parent: A woman working eighty hours a
week at High price law firm, who can afford a Divorce
attorney and day care.

Due Process of Law: [Reserved]

Cross Examination: A right available in small claims court
but not in family court.

Live Testimony:  A right available in small claims court
but  not in family court.

Appointed Counsel:  A right available for DUI, but not for
false allegations of Mom and her new boyfriend that you
sexually molested [their] your grown children.

Transcript: A written record of doubtful value preserved in
civil and criminal matters, but not in family court where
custody and visitation are interrupted and Dads are
separated from their kids.

Kidnapping: See “Visitation by Dad”

Tender Years Doctrine: Under this doctrine, Mom and her
attorney are permitted to behave as if they were still of
tender years.

Supervised Visitation:  After Mom leaves, Dad hires someone
to watch him watch the baby.

Harassment: When Dad calls Mom on the phone to arrange a
pickup time.

Show Cause:  A procedure where Dad and his attorney Appear,
but are not allowed to answer False allegations by Mom and
her latest boyfriend.

Attorneys Fees:  Large sums of money awarded to Mom’s
attorney. See “terms” and “criminal contempt fines.”

Terms: See Attorneys Fees.

Criminal Contempt Fines: See Attorneys Fees

Pro Bono: Legal services performed by Dad’s Attorney

Dike or Dyke:  An earthen structure located in the
Netherlands.

Contempt:  The only reasonable reaction to all the above

More Examples May Be Found in the Fathers Rights Protection
System at www.fathershelphotline.com/frps.htm

Dennis Gac 
NBFR (206) 650-0250

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