By ks0300 - 24/02/2010 05:47 - United States
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mother in law rearranged spells woman hitler. Coincidence? I think not.
ummm... I think invasion of privacy is too light to describe this situation. Maybe total domination of anti-privacy? I agree with #1.
It depends when it comes to ims. AIM saves it on the computer in a file that clearly visible for anyone to view. Yahoo im you'll need a password. But I think the hubby knew all about it. Perhaps for legal reasons encase a divorce was ever in order. Wtf is wrong with texan mothers and privacy? One day you have a mom digging in their child's garbage and the next you have in-laws with every im and email ever written to their child... I guess three type of people come from texas: steers queers and creepers.. Glad i'm to a Texan
Did she know you were going in there? if so, and the papers were in plain sight, you have every right to confront her. If you were snooping, YDI. Either way, you and hubby need to change your email passwords.