Tuesday, January 20, 2009

RB: Mary, Jan 20 - 10:46pm

The Handmaiden of Passive Aggression pens a weird diatribe on free speech, equality, blogger revolution and "democtaic"y. It's deep:


















We, as a nation of moral, democtaic people, wouldn’t be where we are today if the leaders who had the balls to push the boundaries were silenced.

All men are created equal. That took a while. But have hope, one day, we’ll get there with the issues that continue to plague us today. Gay marriage, abortion - they will all be inherent rights. Keep talking people. In fact, yell!

And, as for all of you traditionalist media folk who refuse to acknowledge the digital revolution, here’s a tip. Bloggers about to take over the world. And guess who we’ll elect president….

39 comments:

  1. I think Mary's been hitting the vodka again.

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  2. Was it crystal meth day for Mary or was she merely auditoning for Obama's speechwriter, once again trying to upstage Journalist Julia, the woulda coulda shoulda kid who walked away from a surefire career as the prez's speechwriter to blog about juice and mean boys?

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  4. I have to comment and i NEVER comment. "traditionalist media folk who refuse to acknowledge the digital revolution" At this point, I'm pretty sure EVERYONE in traditional media has acknowledged the "digital revolution" Mary. You'd have to be deaf dumb AND blind not to. And using the term "digital revolution" is almost as outdated as using "traditionalist media" is. At this point we're in an evolution and "traditionalist media" is adapting or dying as one can see on http://twitter.com/themediaisdying

    "Bloggers about to take over the world. And guess who we’ll elect president…." Besides the GLARING fact that she left out "are", who is she asking us to guess who bloggers will elect president?? We JUST elected one? Is it a reference to him? Or our next president and THAT conversation is WAY too premature to have.

    IF she is drunk, that's really unfortunate for her. Someone should tell her about Google Goggle's, if they're still around.


    *By the way: I deleted my last entry because of grammar errors- misuse of the homonym "too" and misspell of Goggle's (read as Google Google's ;P). Mary, it's REALLY not that hard to delete things and repost if you fail to catch errors the first time.

    NS needs to get it's "i'm a real human because I don't spellcheck" crap together. It just seems uncaring. Proper grammar & usage is just considerate fyi.

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  5. . . .and earlier today, during the inauguration, Mary told us that she was going to the gym in Ugg boots. People, get ready for the revolution.

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  6. Huh? Was that translated - by a crackhead - from some obscure Chinese dialect into English?

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  7. Oh no she didn'tJanuary 21, 2009 at 12:19 AM

    I was totally TEAM MARY but the last couple of posts have even turned me off - and I am a huge fan. It's all too little, too late.

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  8. nooo she's in my favorite museum :-/

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  9. ewwwww, in Mary's latest string of photos of herself her face looks totally different. GROSS.

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  10. i don't think she wrote this! this is too "all your base are belong to us" for me. maybe she wrote it and then translated it into Japanese and then translated it back into English? maybe that's how they're "living differently" now???

    or she could just be even more illiterate and stupid that we'd initially thought ...

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  11. REPORT THEM TO GOOGLE!!!!!!!!

    http://theressomethingaboutmary.tumblr.com/post/72038653/google-report-a-spam-result

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  12. Mary Rambin is obviously a heavy drinker, although not in the same secretive vein as Julia. Girlfriend drinks like a man in the open and is proud of it. Classy, that one.

    She also went back and amended her original post to add "are" after "Bloggers." but the dumb bunny still misspelled "democratic." She'll probably amend that today after she wakes up, nurses her hangover and checks this site. (We know you do... Hi Mary!!)

    I said it previously but I'll say it again: Mary Rambin is not well read or well educated, despite going to good schools. She obviously does not read or participate in intelligent conversation. Last night, the topic of choice seemed to be about telling people how she wore her scarf as a shirt. Honey, your dim bulb is showing. Might be time to brighten up a bit.

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  13. Absolutely true that she's neither well-read nor well-educated, and I don't think she even went to 'good schools'. She went to USC and on that Advice Box thing she once revealed that this was her first-choice school; she got in, she said, as a result of 'diligence in high school' or something. It's hilarious that she (and Meghan, who also went there!) think of USC as this elite place. It may be aspirational to THEM....

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  14. Mary Rambin thinks USC is an elite school because they have an elite football program. She's dim like that. It's a state school, just like Alabama, where her never-spoken-of half brother attends. Funny how she mentions her half sister, TV starlet/socialite Leven Rambin all the time but never talks about her half brother. Is this another case of reflected glory? Methinks so.

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  15. Mary's obsession with Gawker and C-list celebrities continues! Dear, your local yokel roots are showing.

    http://mary.nonsociety.com/post/71981285/of-course-its-the-bloggers-i-see-upon-arrival

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  16. Her drunken writings are incomprehensible and her photographs of her blotchy skin and hay-like hair make me want to vom. I do not understand this one's appeal.

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  17. Holy smokes... Don't you guys recognize what we're seeing here??

    The awkward pose of the head and body, the miscellaneous pointing, the UNATTRACTIVELY PURSED LIPS??!!

    My god... JA finally got to her.

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  18. Hi Preston,
    I am not a fan of Mary or any of these three morons at all. However, USC is not a state school. You might be thinking of UCLA (and even though UCLA is a public school, it is very selective and difficult to get into). USC is actually a private school, and although not really elite (unless you count having to have tons of money to go there "elite") it is not a bad school. It's mostly known for it's communication and film programs.

    Anyhoo, just want to make sure that those of us here on RBNS don't sound as retarded as the three fameballs.

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  19. USC may not be a state school, but the truth is that it's very far from being elite. It speaks volumes about Mary's (and Meghan's) intelligence when they brag about their degrees from the University of Southern California. The school may be selective in the sense that you have to have somewhat decent scores and grades to get in, but their acceptance to this school does not instantly qualify them as brilliant and educated. Mary is hilariously delusional and wayyy out of her league when she tries to insert herself into the New York media intelligentsia that the 'indefatigably' status-conscious Julia has dragged her into. Sorry if this sounds snobby/elitist, but I couldn't help noticing...

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  20. So sorry for the mix up! But I still stand by my assertion that despite all that money thrown at expensive "elite" private schools, Mary Rambin didn't learn much. She still cannot spell basic words or form coherent sentences. Blaming it on some generational addiction to Spell Check is a pathetic cop out. What is her degree worth if she's utterly unemployable outside of a side job as a spin class instructor?

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  21. ...and I'll just add that this is why I sometimes have a soft spot for Mary. She's a trashy-looking, label-obsessed, functionally illiterate Republican who obviously does not read -- yet she's aspiring to be something that's probably outside her comfort zone as she very clumsily embraces health food, muted colors and 'writing' about the 'digital revolution'.

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  22. what speaks worlds to me is that she says "Gay marriage, abortion - they will all be inherent rights." you retard: thats not really the point---its about equality and choice being inherent rights. of course, this is a minor complaint since its above her to think at a more intellectual level. let me put it in MR language: it isnt that everyone should get a chanel bag, its that everyone should have the freedom to CHOOSE either a chanel bag or a balenciaga or whatever bag they want.

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  23. What the fuck is wrong with Alabama?

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  24. I can't stand Mary but you're all pretty dim when it comes to USC. USC is a very difficult school to get into which is why I'm sure Mary had some help with the admissions process.

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  25. And no, I did not attend USC nor do I have any friends or family who did but I do work in education. I attended "less elite" colleges.

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  26. Nothing is wrong with Alabama - it's just that Mary speaks about her relationship with her famous TV star half sister at every opportunity but never mentions her non famous college student brother.

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  27. I went to an "elite" private university in New York, and there were plenty of Mary Rambins running about. They were just as unapologetically silly/stupid as she is.

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  28. Preston, USC is not a state school, it's private. That said, it is also not really considered an "elite" school.

    I also take issue with this statement of yours: "Girlfriend drinks like a man in the open and is proud of it." I'm not sure what drinking like a man is, and I'm not sure why anyone would be ashamed of it. These bitches are so fucking awful on their own, I don't know why some people here have to attack stupid shit like how much they drink or the width of Julia's hips, when they can talk about the stupid stuff Mary writes while drinking a lot or Julia's fucked up obsession with her weight. It makes you look petty and jealous and like you have no valid argument against them, which you do. Sorry to be a fucking buzzkill, but I think they suck so hard I don't want to see lame snark about them.

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  29. Oops, sorry, USC was covered.

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  30. Mary does throw them back pretty liberally. That's okay unless you're hawking skin care tips and beauty on your blog. Between sun exposure, the drinking, the make up, the treatments, etc her skin is awful. That's fine if that's how you wan to live but you can't live like that then expect respect when you blog about skin creams and beauty/skin maintenance .

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  31. That's a fine criticism, but it's obviously not what Preston intended with his comment. The intent was clearly about shaming a woman for drinking "like a man in the open." The implication seems to be that it's ok for a woman to drink a lot, but not in front of people. Or possibly that it's just not ok for a woman to drink a lot. And that drinking a lot in public is something only a man can do respectably. It sounded like something out of Mad Men, honestly.

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  32. Looked up USC out of curiosity. The admission standards were fairly high but holy f*** one year's tuition is about $38,000. I guess I'm out of touch with private university costs for undergrad. That is an absurd amount of money after 4 years, especially considering that students can manage to graduate without college-level literacy and critical thinking skills.

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  33. Sorry I offended you TW, but I was not making any assertions that drinking is shameful. What's shameful is getting drunk and posting barely literate manifestos that are just embarrassing.

    Sorry to be so offending today :( I'll try to tone it down.

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  34. In defense of Preston, Mary herself makes reference to her drinking “like a man” (exact quote: “Look forward to pictures of me teaching James how to drink like a man...”) in a post that is timestamped 11:08 last night (several hours before Preston’s). Since she made the initial stupid comment (and the implied value judgment) let’s go easy on our Brother in Snark.

    Anyway, I agree with him. Trainwreck Rambin can barely pull together a coherent sentence when she’s sober. She should really avoid making completely insane and unintelligible posts when she’s sauced. It’s embarrassing. And I REALLY hope that when Julia sees the “democtaic” post she publicly takes Mary to task for sounding like a moron (although it’s unlikely after Julia’s own embarrassing alcohol-fueled twitter-fest this morning).

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  35. I was at the same party as Mary last night. (Don't know how she got invited.) I was literally standing next to her in a packed room and we made eye contact, so I smiled politely as I would with anybody. (I didn't realize who she was at the time and thought she might just be someone I vaguely knew through work.) She gave me a death stare -- twice! Whatever jerkoff overdressed guy she was with didn't understand the concept of "excuse me, can I get by you?" even after I tapped him on the shoulder three times. They were too busy taking photos of the room and themselves and not speaking to anyone. Easily the two most obviously obnoxious people there.

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  36. Oh come now, USC is a very good school. Nothing to scoff at, really. But we should also not forget that it doesn't take a genius to get decent grades in HS and get into a decent college (Julia went to Gerogetown afterall...).

    This could not have been written by Mary. She is pro-choice and pro-gay marriage? I thought she was a Republican? She lead us to believe as much on NS.

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  37. Looking forward to her report about Cyberspace!

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