My husband and I had a busy and lucrative hotel business until the economic collapse wiped out about 80% of our occupancy. My husband decided that in order to survive he would have to work full time in addition to running the hotel. Eventually we lost the hotel and got out with the clothes on our backs. I have been looking for work for over 2 years now and usually don’t even get an interview. And Glenn tells me to pick up a rake? Would he ask his wife to do that? I don’t think so. I am not afraid of hard work. Most work days were 12 to 14 hours long, but raking yards is not going to cut it.
August 19, 2013 at 3:02pm
Being shallow here, but did anyone else notice how smokin’ hot that guy is?
Yeah and I also noticed that she has gained a few pounds
 July 24, 2013 at 4:14pm
This guy knew exactly what buttons to push to get her as frustrated as possible. Then he acts like he’s the innocent one in this situation and she’s the crazy one. He’s a serious jerk and he’s loving every minute of it. It isn’t about “the lake”. Her frustration is a result of his behavior and his refusal to empathize at all with her or listen to a word she says.. Glad they’re getting a divorce. Both need therapy.
I agree completely. He's obviously putting on his "best" show for the camera. He says he wanted to show "her" how bad she looked during a tantrum, but instead, he showed the world. Sounds to me like she was done with his manipulative, passive aggressive behaviour and called it quits, and he, in a fit of sour grapes, posted up the video. He probably even threatened to do it before actually doing it. Every second of her increasing discomfort was giving him a thrill. What a jerk.
Exactly what I've been saying all along. He's a passive aggressive individual.
If a person has a button that makes them behave like that the problem is with the person with the buttons, not the person pushing the buttons.
Yes and he pushed the right button, which was on his phone, and thats RECORD...
Misery loves company so trust me, this was he way out, and he got what he wanted and she got what she deserved....So glad he didn't put his hands on her...He has a bright future ahead of him..
When I first watched the video, I heard a depth of despair in her voice that went much deeper than disappointment about not going to the lake. While her behavior is improper, there is a deep well of pain there that this moron has learned to tap into, and has probably helped dig into her soul.
To those of you who haven't experienced a breaking point, or walked with a loved one through an emotional brokenness, you are ignorant, vicious cowards who have no empathy for others. Does this woman need to grow up? Yes. Does she have some serious soul wounds that need therapy? Definitely. This jerk is not enough of a man to lovingly help this lady see her need for healing, nor does he love her enough to not push her through the breaking point.
Sometimes, the lives we've lived have not prepared us to deal with pain and disappointment. Condemning people who have yet to learn to manage their own brokenness doesn't change their need for help, or make you a better person. This guy is no saint, and what an a$$ - hole he is for posting this on Youtube for the world to ridicule. I wonder if he repeated "For Better or For Worse" in his marriage vows? This is what worse looks like, dude. He should never be married, he is not enough of a man to handle it.
By the time a woman gets to be that age she should be free from "buttons" that make her act this way. This is a fit pure and simple, a tantrum to get her way. My 4 year old daughter doesn't act this way anymore, she has learned to control her emotions and use her intellect to achieve her goals.
Duddio- what a brilliant, loving and caring person you are. Having had an alcoholic mother, I can tell you that you are absolutely correct. This lady is a well of sorrow who is in need of help. No one told her how to appropriately act and she lashed. The husband picked at her wounds.
I wouldn't trust him with my dog.
i don't pretend to understand your bias in this matter. I've seen this sort of thing and quite frankly, the bad behavior by the women was taught in our public schools in the 1980s and 1990s. The men were trained to "take it" and the women were trained that "there were no consequences".
This does not meet the standard of passive-aggression. He is recording one of her tantrums and he has had enough. He's being sarcastic. But nothing he says is unreasonable. Indeed, I've seen many men try to be a peacemaker and they finally give up on their evil wives.
Making him the bad guy is a moral evil. He's not the drunk. He's not having a tantrum. He's not out of control. But he obviously has had it and is not going to take any more garbage from her.
I was gonna say He is a Classic Passive Aggressive !! Classic !
I've dealt with a few, and boy they really know exactly what to do to make everyone around them the bad guy/gal
However I don't condone her outburst,But I believe it was more of a "BREAK!"
If you listen carefully you hear him laughing. What she was doing was not funny as it was sad and stupid. She definitely needs help. He on the other hand wants to rotate tires on Saturday instead of spending some down time where he will "get some" and relax. I don't trust him for a minute. If his purpose was to expose his wife to the people she was lying to, then he would have done that. Instead he exposed her to the whole world. She is absolutely not an angel. She needs to get herself right. He is not angel either snickering at her tantrum and posting it to embarrass her. I think he was very cold toward her and had not truly listened to her on many an occasions to the point where she is hurting. She has done herself no favors by drunk driving, smoking and keeping him around if he treats her badly. Being a nurse she should be able to live without him. I think she should have gotten sober and went to the lake alone.
I can also see her feeling very lonely and stressed by not getting any time with her husband if he is working 60 hours a week. It can create a lot of problems.
I don't care what buttons you push or how frustrated you get, throwing a 2 year old petty baby s**t fit is never ever going to be alright. Especially since she is a "nurse with a masters degree", I am a nurse and frankly I think she is a nurse with a masters degree who is an embarrassment and needs to grow up. I sure wouldn't want someone like that taking care of me, because if she finds regular life this frustrating then I can't imagine how she handles her professional responsibilities. Frankly, I bet that it is the same as most of life, there is his side, her side, and the truth. Very few situations in life are one sided. Though I would say that this video is no going to help her get dates, lol.
May 2, 2013 at 4:29pm
Yeah, but if your kid chews his pop tart into a gun shape, BOOM, out the door!
April 25, 2013 at 4:19pm
The guy who left Korn was Brian “Head” Welch and he wrote a book about it called “Save me from Myself”. He was a hopeless addict when he was in that band and was finally able to kick his drugs and find God. He also was able to raise his daughter after he got clean because the child ‘s mother was even more messed up than he was. Korn did not jibe with his new found faith, so he left. I think he’s doing Christian music now. Not all Metal is violent or drug fueled, but definitely not kid friendly. I have seen 4 year olds at metal shows and I think their parents are nuts. Its supposed to be intense, for adults!
January 20, 2013 at 12:43pm
BOHICA, BOHICA, bend over here it comes, BOHICA, BOHICA again!
God help us.
 March 26, 2012 at 3:18pm
Safety and rescue workers at NASCAR tracks are volunteers usually made up of former fire fighters or EMTs. They are not paid. Also Dover only has 2 races a year not exactly a demanding schedule for a disabled former fire fighter. This man earned his retirement and is volunteering his services to give back to the community in which he now lives. There are lots of jobs a disabled person could do to assist in the safety and rescue capacity. Give him a break. He should be applauded not vilified. Who among you would be willing to help save a driver in distress?