Congrats from here too. Good to see one luck out of this nightmare. It's my main reason to bother with forums though I also enjoy simply reading some of the better minds who well express themselves. Some very funny, some poignant, some unafraid to examine themselves for who they really are, seeking out help as they recognize they require--instead of trying to hide behind characters they make up as they go along--as it is such humanity which makes the bullshit bearable. I don't usually call anyone out unless I see them totally fuck up haha, because that's so fun, but I'll note that lately I've read a bit of Svnw688 who posted above, and I'll just say it's fun watching you work your smart brain.
I notice in the NYC thread by you naming him that you're having some fun there with some anti-Semitic douchebag who I clicked on ignore when he was arguing that it's treasonous for Americans to fight in the Israeli armed forces when they are not fighting against America.
And then some other scumbag in another thread bragged about how the so-called lawyer had supposedly handed me my ass when in Arlington is...http://www.arlingtoncemetery.net/canadian-cross.htm
...The Canadian Cross of Sacrifice, which honors U.S. citizens who served in the Canadian Forces in the First, Second and Korean Wars
So our tradition is to honor where appropriate, not to degrade.
Ass handed to me huh? I'd tell my stalker to sit on that proof that I was on the correct side of that argument but I wouldn't want to either disrespect or defame the respected monument standing in a place of honor, quite in contradiction to the so-called ass-hander's arguments.
While I find many creeps online (there's so much disorder displayed on this thing that I even wonder sometimes if maybe prison or psych institutions allow computer access in their rec rooms), I'd found an amazing best bud (who I sadly years later lost) in the early days of AOL. So knowing it's possible to find by chance someone so compatible on so many levels from so far away, who you might never have otherwise met initially in person, keeps what little hope I have alive for being online.
Hearing of a successful relationship initiated on the internets brightens my day. Best of luck to you two.