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Friday, July 14, 2006

So, what is it like to spending time with Ashley Judd

Thanks SV for this link. I have to admit this is a pretty funny article and probally hits it right on and was a good way to start out the morning. Ok it is not morning I am getting a late start. But hey no work today. Anywho, Mrs Judd is quite something for instance she has many problems that assault her everyday life:“I will never fly Virgin again. Last time, Dario and I were in the first-class section, and they seated us where we could hear EVERYTHING going on in the galley. Clink, clink, clink, the whole time. I asked them to stop, and the little motherf**kers(edited for people with pesky filtering devices) gave me such attitude. It was horrible — my husband saw what was coming, and he reached out to hold my hand, and I bawled all the way from Los Angeles to London.”
Also we find she is a great sports fan,"She showed us this photo of her rallying the Cats fans at a Kentucky basketball game. She said, “Have you SEEN this photo? I LOVE this photo. We weren’t doing so well, and so I came out at halftime — even though I was on crutches! — and rallied the crowd. And they SAY….” — dramatic pause — “….that that made the difference in bringing us victory.” Goodness the article is a hoot, nice read for Friday

Be sure to hit the link to the glamour article too. That is fun too


Anonymous SallyVee said...

Also, force yourself to click the Glamour Mag interview (link is in the first paragraph of the blog item).

It is truly bizarre and outrageously funny. Ashley is one sick trick, and way beyond competitive with her sister Wynona. It was while the fam was gathered to deal with Wynona's weight problem that Ashley "discovered" she had "addictions." What are her addictions you might wonder...

GLAMOUR: What, exactly, did they say you needed treatment for?

ASHLEY: Codependence in my relationships; depression; blaming, raging, numbing, denying and minimizing my feelings. But because my addictions were behavioral, not chemical, I wouldn't have known to seek treatment. At Shades of Hope, my behaviors were treated like addictions. And those behaviors were killing me spiritually, the same as someone who is sitting on a corner with a bottle in a brown paper bag.

Can you imagine how hard the treatment facility laughed behind closed doors, while they watched the bimbo write a check for probaly $30-$40 grand?

12:56 PM  
Blogger SallyVee said...

Pondering: they killed the post! Here is the note that is now where the article used to be. Dang! I wish I'd copied it.

July 13, 2006
Joshua Treviño

Whom the gods would destroy…. they imply lawsuits against!

Sadly, my former employer is making the argument that the post that used to be here constitutes use of material gathered and/or work done in the course of employment, etc., etc. And I assume that somewhere in there is
the threat of Unspecified Actions to enforce compliance with the demand that the data go away. I’m not really sure there’s a case there, but that’s what’s said.

More important, the post was apparently causing grief to former colleagues — who must still deal with the organization and persons mentioned therein — whom I really have no desire to antagonize or deride. So, alas, it disappears forever.

11:05 PM  
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8:58 PM  

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