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On 9/11/2020 at 1:24 PM, MrBuhBye said:

 You can have something like that once a year at the State Fair but eat it on the regular and don’t act surprised at your size.

???   Does Kalani seem "surprised" at her size?  Does her mother?  They appear to accept that they're larger than most women and are fine with it.  They're both very pretty.  Kalani always looks nice; some of us admire her self-confidence, her wardrobe AND her beautiful hair.

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6 hours ago, MrBuhBye said:

I don’t think Kalani would have settled for a manchild if she believed other men were interested in her.

I think she knew other guys were interested in her. She was a virgin and raised Mormon. She's from conservative culture and got pregnant. I think getting married was probably the next step in her mind. A lot of women and men get married because of a pregnancy. Even if they're mismatched with their partner. I think it's normal for people to want to keep their "family" together. Kalani just happened to find one of the worse people to lose her virginity to, get pregnant by, and to marry.

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I don’t think conservative people have unprotected sex with someone they barely know.  Nor do they appear on tv (even when not breast feeding) with their tits hanging out.

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On 10/22/2020 at 6:49 AM, IllLitShips said:

Kalani just happened to find one of the worse people to lose her virginity to, get pregnant by, and to marry.

And have a second child with, before the first child was barely able to sit up by himself.

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I've read that Mama Kalani is the only member that stayed in the church, so that further limits the daughter's prospects.   Unless the women were willing to go back to the church, that would limit their prospective dating pool from religious men.  

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5 hours ago, IllLitShips said:
15 hours ago, Auntie Anxiety said:

And have a second child with, before the first child was barely able to sit up by himself.

That part bothers me, too.

And had a second child despite having a boatload of marital problems, having no financial plan, and still learning about one another (and frankly not liking what the other has to offer). Totally irresponsible. 

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I don't understand this relationship at all. The only thing I can think is that maybe Kalani prefers having someone to whom she feels "above." Someone she can boss around and low-key control. How in the world is this dude sexy to her, though?

I like the way she blames her kids on him for not liking condoms, though. Girlfriend, there are other types of birth control, not to mention the word "no"...

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On 11/23/2020 at 5:45 AM, mamadrama said:

I don't understand this relationship at all. The only thing I can think is that maybe Kalani prefers having someone to whom she feels "above." Someone she can boss around and low-key control. How in the world is this dude sexy to her, though?

I like the way she blames her kids on him for not liking condoms, though. Girlfriend, there are other types of birth control, not to mention the word "no"...

(bolding mine) I very much agree with this.

 

Also I think a LOT of women, place a great deal of value on having their children with the same man, much more value than they care to admit. Even if the guy is everything from "just not right for them" all the way to "an evil abusive POS"(I am not saying that's Asuelu, thats just an example), I think there are many women that want children, and want them with the same man- they don't care that much who that man is. Women can be just as sexually lazy as men, and socially its more acceptable for a woman to have one baby daddy than 2 or 3. I think Kalani fits in this category.

I can see her meeting someone later that is a great fit for her, and marrying again, but she will have had at least two kids by the same guy which was her goal.

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Interesting. We've have not seen Lew yet this season.

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I'm sure that the couple make a lot off of social media, and the TLC /Sharp money.   I've read that they're going to be on the 90 Day cooking show on the streaming service.  

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23 hours ago, greekmom said:

Interesting. We've have not seen Lew yet this season.

And I am good with that.

 

On 1/5/2021 at 1:58 PM, Scarlett45 said:

Also I think a LOT of women, place a great deal of value on having their children with the same man, much more value than they care to admit.

You mean Sarah from Love After Lockup with Michael??

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25 minutes ago, Mrs. Hanson said:

You mean Sarah from Love After Lockup with Michael??

I am not familiar with Love After Lockup, but you can see this trend a lot in the Teen Mom casts, and given the fact that Kalani cannot seem to stand Asuelu some of the time, her desire for children seems to be the only motivation to have any sort of relationship with him. I admit I am a bit behind this season (life stuff).

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I bet Low is sick of setting in the house, saying his lines, and doing take after take.    

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20 hours ago, Scarlett45 said:

I am not familiar with Love After Lockup, but you can see this trend a lot in the Teen Mom casts, and given the fact that Kalani cannot seem to stand Asuelu some of the time, her desire for children seems to be the only motivation to have any sort of relationship with him. I admit I am a bit behind this season (life stuff).

Sarah is/was in love (and married him while he was in jail) to a guy named Michael, who let's just say, fidelity was not his strong point.  Upon his release, or "off tether" as the kids say these days, she got knocked up.....again.  And he had multiple women on a string and yet she was/is trying to change him into a family man, which he will NEVER be.  She just can't quit him!  Or won't.......

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This theory of the same "baby daddy" must be the same thing Kloe Kardashian is doing with her baby daddy.

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So sponsorship is for life, not just 10 years?   So if Kalani divorces Asuelu, she should immediately buy him a one-way plane ticket to Samoa.    

This sponsorship for life has a three outs.   1. If the immigrant sponsored leaves the U.S.  2. If the immigrant becomes a U.S. citizen or 3. If the immigrant works 40 quarters, paying in Social Security,  

 

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Interesting that next week's episode shows Kalani at the lawyers and "lawyer" tells her and Low (who's on zoom) that since Low is sponsor that he is on the hook for Asuelu for life. Which is absolute bullshit or TLC editing.

As per online "An affidavit of support is a legally enforceable contract, and the sponsor’s responsibility usually lasts until the family member or other individual either becomes a U.S. citizen, or is credited with 40 quarters of work (usually 10 years)."

And yes divorce does not end the obligation.

https://www.uscis.gov/green-card/green-card-processes-and-procedures/affidavit-of-support#:~:text=An affidavit of support is,work (usually 10 years).

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Yes, in case of divorce if the person sponsored becomes a citizen, or leaves the country (aka a one way ticket to Samoa), the SS provision listed above in the other posting, or dies, the sponsorship will end.   Otherwise, it's forever.   

I can't see Asuelu being all that ambitious to be self-supporting, or become a citizen (passing tests for one), so Daddy Low is on the hook.     When 'dies' comes up, I can imagine Daddy Low getting a bright idea,   I'm betting that Asuelu's greedy mother and sisters know all of the requirements, and Asuelu would be happy to sit around and be supported by Low, while Asuelu just plays volleyball, and video games.  

There have been cases involving divorce, and sponsorship agreements for years.     The sponsor can be sued by the U.S. government for public assistance paid to the immigrant.          However, I can see Asuelu finding this out, refusing to go back to Samoa, and making Low write a check to support him.   

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Didn't the attorney say the life sentence for Low might not apply because that went into effect after the fact when Trump became president? 

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Kalani & Aseulu is what happens when you lug your virginity around forever and then lose it on a drunken tropical vacation. 

Source: also lugged my virginity around far into adulthood. 

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On 5/31/2021 at 3:16 PM, politichick said:

Didn't the attorney say the life sentence for Low might not apply because that went into effect after the fact when Trump became president? 

   The lifetime sponsorship to 125% of the poverty level has been in effect for a lot of years, in the case of divorce.   I found court cases going back to 2007-2009, where people divorced, and the wife (in the two cases I saw) didn't get alimony (short marriages).    But, then the ex had to make up the difference between the ex's income, and the 125% of poverty level.    One case it was the wife who was the U.S. resident, was very well off, and the ex husband was suing for everything, and that's when the alternatives were mentioned to end support .   The visa person dies, leaves the U.S., pays into Social Security for 10 years, or becomes a citizen.

I'm hoping Asuelu will accept a one way ticket to Samoa, because if he goes to American Samoa, then Low will still be on the hook.   If Asuelu decides to sit on the couch and play video games in the U.S., then Low would have to support him.  

I can easily see Asuelu deciding working is too much for him, and choosing the sofa as his favorite place.    

Kalani is crazy for wanting to buy a house, or anything else while married to Asuelu.     If they split that will add one more complication to dividing assets.     

The picture of the car damage (front driver's side bumper,), looks like Asuelu rear ended someone, or turned left without waiting for traffic to clear.     I bet the trauma was worse for whoever he hit.  

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On 1/10/2019 at 9:57 AM, Drogo said:

LOL: per Kolonics, their mom is a behaviorist and "can instantly tell when someone is on the spectrum"... talk about malicious rumors.

What is a behaviorist?

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On 5/31/2021 at 4:51 PM, CrazyInAlabama said:

I can easily see Asuelu deciding working is too much for him, and choosing the sofa as his favorite place.    

Kalani is crazy for wanting to buy a house, or anything else while married to Asuelu.   

Does Asuelu know that Low is financially responsible? If he knows, I agree with you. Once he realizes nothing will happen to him if he chooses to be unemployed, he will abuse his new found power.

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I'm sure the mother and sisters know all about the support in case of divorce.   That's why the despicable Mother A. was demanding divorce last season. 

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7 hours ago, Chalby said:

Does Asuelu know that Low is financially responsible? If he knows, I agree with you. Once he realizes nothing will happen to him if he chooses to be unemployed, he will abuse his new found power.

I am sure Low will be buying for a new or paying for the car repair that is not covered by insurance...Asuelo cannot be that daft to not realize who is paying for basically everything because he knows he is not.

Asuelo lives like a house cat.

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I don't know how anyone can listen to Asuelo for more than a minute.  "I feel....like I want to cuddle (begins to cry)......my wife....(voice goes soprano) because I love her.......(continues crying.)

He is so draining.

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2 hours ago, Mrs. Hanson said:

I don't know how anyone can listen to Asuelo for more than a minute.  "I feel....like I want to cuddle (begins to cry)......my wife....(voice goes soprano) because I love her.......(continues crying.)

He is so draining.

You're so right, Asuelo is completely exhausting to listen to. My ears bleed when he opens his mouth and speaks. 

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On 5/24/2021 at 12:30 PM, CrazyInAlabama said:

So sponsorship is for life, not just 10 years?   So if Kalani divorces Asuelu, she should immediately buy him a one-way plane ticket to Samoa.    

This sponsorship for life has a three outs.   1. If the immigrant sponsored leaves the U.S.  2. If the immigrant becomes a U.S. citizen or 3. If the immigrant works 40 quarters, paying in Social Security,  

 

Yes, it is for life, unless the conditions for cutting it off are met.  The 10-year figure comes from the fact that it would typically take an immigrant (who doesn't want to leech off of his sponsor forever) about 10 years to qualify out of the sponsorship requirement.

I can see the next spin-off now: 90-Day Fiance - The Support Years

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6 hours ago, Alapaki said:

I can see the next spin-off now: 90-Day Fiance - The Support Years

It could lead to a new theme for a crime series.  Murders that occur because someone tires of paying support for eternity.

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9 minutes ago, sagittarius sue said:

It could lead to a new theme for a crime series.  Murders that occur because someone tires of paying support for eternity.

That’s probably happened.

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Just now, Auntie Anxiety said:

Of all the young, unattached male workers at the resort where Kalani decided to lose her virginity, she ended up with Assholeu? Talk about desperation! 

It is a puzzler.  One for the ages!

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