<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Don't you think it's a bit of a sign that this woman is completely nuts when she runs away and cooks up a story about being kidnapped?<p><hr></blockquote><p>No, but the amount of media coverage and obvious interest presented by many is a clear indication America is completely nuts!<br><br>- alec
Lets see Mine was 26,000 for 500 people. includes wedding dress/rings, church fees, reception and other assorted madness. <-- the reception was low budget not in a hotel. ---> the divorce cost about 78,000 including attorneys fees = minus, I lost 104,000 from the deal.<br><br>Now I bet the parents would have spent between 40 to 60,000 because of their status on the wedding - She still would have divorced him and taken half of everything <-- That figure I would not guess on.<br><br>
Exactly. Both families are putting forth this supportive image to the press right now but my guess is, this has really caused some serious damage in her relationships, especially with her parents. And as the weeks go by and they have more time to think about it, the anger and hurt will just grow. <br><br>
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