Sunday, March 21, 2010

Wow, I did miss everything!

Class, all class, Alabama style....and how clever (not) posting a little flyer rather than typing in the word c*nt so it's not indexed.

Truly, an example for all mothers and a shining example of motherhood itself:

I'm sure the sponsors think that moms who sling around the C word are good for business indeed.


As I explained, I got busy and abandoned the blog for a while. Just checked emails and saw that Trisha apparently had her lawyers write some love letters to some people...the wrong people. That would explain why I never got a nasty-gram.

Let me make two things clear. This blog still stands and the twitter account is still active and targeting the wrong people has now really pissed me off. If there was anything that amounted to any legal action that could be taken both of these would have been deleted.

Anyway, if you are the legal representation feel free to leave a comment with your contact information. I expect that you'll need to write apology letters on behalf of your client to those she had you write as they might have a case for harassment. We can also discuss the legality of the content of this blog and my twitter. I'm a New Yorker, I don't scare easily and I am certainly not afraid of a nasty-gram from a lawyer who has no other recourse in this situation besides scare tactics.

Sorry I've been away.

I'm sure Trisha would like you to think it's because of her scary lawyers but hadn't heard a peep out of them. Have just been busy busy busy.

Spent some time perusing her blog...begging for votes for her child (sad, lame), mocking 80s throwback fashion (did she just figure out that 80s fashion is making a comeback?), featured post "Little Girls In Thongs".

Pretty boring laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaame stuff. Not surprising.