Padre J Roulston

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    Exeter, Ontario, Canada
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    Fishing, Camping, Tabletop RPG gaming.

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  1. Thank you
  2. So I'm in a bit of a conundrum here, and I'm hoping that someone here can shed some light... A grandfather has bought some shares in my company, and now wishes to transfer those shares to his grandkids in trust. The kids' parents do NOT want the kids to have the shares in any way shape or form. So what I want to know is: can the grandfather still transfer the share ownership to the kids in trust without the parent's permission?
  3. I don't know that I have any advice at the moment.... But know this. I am 'listening'
  4. I guess all you can do in a situation like this is to just do your job to the fullest and not worry about anything else...
  5. My advice, as a fellow author, is to forgo this feature, and describe the person in your writing. If your description is good, then the reader will be seeing what you see. I once heard it put, that reading is turning squiggles on a page, into a vivid halucination. If you take that away, then what do you have? I guess that isn't an answer to the question you asked, but it is my advice none the less.
  6. What kind of book are you writing that you need a picture? Or is it for the cover?
  7. Though interesting... what is it supposed to be?
  8. Willy I'm sorry to hear about this struggle. Thank you for sharing. If there is something we can do to help. Please don't hesitate to ask.
  9. Unless you can prove that she has either: 1) caused you and/or your reputation harm or 2) stolen your identity in some way Then as far as I am aware there is not much you can do about it. If you can prove one of those two things then you could involve the police and have her charged appropriately.
  10. No you should not be worried, nor should you feel like a loser. I know couples who met in their fifties and only then got married. I know of people much older than that getting married as well. My personal opinion on dating is that the purpose of dating is to find the one.... to lead to marriage. So my advice is stop worrying, start casually looking for dates, but keep in mind the end goal. If the fellow you date isn't the one, move on. If he might be the one, then set up another date, and go from there. Don't worry about when you will get married, just try to find the right one to get married to.
  11. Though not necessarily what you are looking for.... The best way IMO to live forever (in a non religious sense) is to write a book. It is a great way to relieve stress, and get yourself immortalized.
  12. It has happened before, but as I understand it, it is rare to go from enlisted to general. What is more likely is to become an officer and make LtCol. and plateau assuming he can get that high.
  13. That is also the depression. The meds should help with that, but it will take some time. What you need to do is force yourself, even if you don't want to. And believe me I know that is easier said than done. But it is what is needed none the less. It is going to take work, and with all work it isn't always going to be something that you want to do. But this is a temporary situation. You will get through it.
  14. Talking from experience that is depression.... perhaps not a deep depression, but depression none the less. And what she has suggested are all good things, especially the exercising and getting out. Combine them and take the dog for a walk
  15. So I'm hoping that someone here can help me.... If a shareholder of a company wants out... wants to sell their shares, but cannot find a buyer, is the company then required to buy the shares or is the shareholder stuck with them?