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Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Review of "My Husband's Three Wives"

My Husband's Three Wives is a documentary about a man named Brian Wachtendorf and his family, which consists of two wives and six children. Surprisingly Brian wrote a book. You can still get it for me in time for Christmas if you hurry.

I wish that I could link to a site that gives a non-biased synopsis of the show, but go figure I guy with three wives generates a lot of strong feelings. Even the polygamists are disgusted. However the "poly-viewers" expressed some of my own feeling like
"set against a backdrop of one-sided non-monogamy." To that I say "here, here!"

Let this be a warning to all (or one) if this ridiculous idea is every suggested to me, the first thing that will happen is I will grab any willing partner and announce that I too am taking a second "bride" or "husband."

Besides this I was very aghast at the occupation of Mr. Wachtendorf. It appears that he is a psychologist. I know, it was shocking to me as well that a psychologist could be so unethical =P. But, this was a new low. I mean to be completely honest psychologist are pretty well-trained in manipulation, but we must use this power for good not evil.

Even more terrible he worked as a Behavior Specialist in the Public Schools with Emotionally Disturbed kids. I only consider this worse because it is even closer to my job than the general term "psychologist."

Well I guess this story has a little bit of a Happy Ending for me, because a week after Brian married his 3rd wife she left him
. However according to an article in the Houston Chronicle, Brian said "Maybe it was just too complex for her to handle," he guesses. "Polygamy isn't for everybody." That's a good attitude Brian don't stop reaching for that rainbow.

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Blogger edluv said...

hey, if you can find a sugar daddy for the both of us, more power to you.

4:20 PM  
Blogger Monticore said...

See that's why this would never happen...Your cool with it.

7:33 PM  

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