Monday, February 2, 2009

Inappropriate, indeed.

Jesus, we take a break to do some work and get some dinner, and all hell breaks loose in the NonSociety world.

Sorry we haven't been reblogging diligently, bunnies. If we had, we would have captured all those posts Julia Allison Baugher and company have deleted. You know, the ones with all these pictures of the private jet from Switzerland back to the States?











































































Anyway, bunnies, thanks to Gawker, we learn that the plane belongs to a one 47-year-old Dan Loeb, hedge fund manager, yoga nut and NS ass-kisser extraordinaire. Turns out, Mr. Loeb is married, though, to a former yoga teacher named Margaret Munzer.

Now, we're not ones to draw crazy conclusions, but could sweet Julia's yoga-esque posing this morning (see below) and her recent Twitter about having "the most mind-boggling crush on someone totally inappropriate right now. Shit!" have to do with Mr. Loeb's generosities? I guess we'll never know.


116 comments:

  1. Yes, bad, bad NSRB! Look what you made me do! I had to go over to NonSociety and see for myself what was going on. How dare you actually try to live your life! Seriously, there is just no way to keep up with the dervishlike shenanigans that are afoot. You do a noble service, and now I can relax and not go there again. For awhile.

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  2. Also, There's Something About Mary has a nice shot of Megan Asha curled up asleep on Yogi Loeb's private plane. They can't delete that.

    http://is.gd/iamS

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  3. She is SO, SO, SO fucking inappropriate. This from her Facebook page:

    Julia commented on Jeffrey Hayzlett's photo: "And now we're hanging with you at DLD!!"

    He's married to Tami Hayzlett.


    Eastman Kodak Company has named Jeffrey Hayzlett Chief Marketing Officer and Vice President for its Graphic Communications Group (GCG). Hayzlett has nearly 25 years of international marketing, sales and customer relations management experience in the graphic communications industry.

    At Kodak, Hayzlett will lead all marketing activities for GCG, including product positioning, segment marketing, branding, marketing communications and customer development. Additionally, Hayzlett will actively lead business research, marketing strategy and business development activity for GCG. He will report to Jim Langley, President, GCG, and Senior Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company.

    "As a veteran in the graphic communications industry, Jeff brings valuable experience in marketing, technology, business development and operations to our management team," said Langley. "He has a proven ability to leverage the strengths of an organization—its people and products—to create true business value for customers. We are thrilled to add another seasoned executive to our GCG leadership team."

    Hayzlett most recently served as president and chief executive officer of the Hayzlett Companies, Inc., a group of successful companies in the technology and communications industries. His primary business was Hayzlett & Associates, Inc., a business development and public relations firm specializing in the graphic arts, technology and communications industries, with offices in Sioux Falls, S.D., and San Francisco, Calif. Prior to this endeavor, Hayzlett served as executive vice president for Cenveo (formerly Mail-Well), a provider of commercial print, envelope and label products, where he led marketing and business development. At Cenveo, he was responsible for creating and implementing marketing programs that led to double digit growth in various market segments and turnarounds for numerous product lines. Hayzlett also moved the company into new target market segments and created the successful cross selling of different product lines amongst various and differing sales teams.

    Before joining Cenveo, Hayzlett was a co-founder and former president and executive vice president for business development, sales and marketing for Webprint, a business to business e-commerce infrastructure provider for the on demand printing industry. Prior to starting Webprint, Hayzlett was an owner and executive vice president for business development and sales and marketing for Colorbus, Inc., a company that developed, manufactured and marketed network PostScript print servers to enable high quality color images from digital color and black and white copiers and printers.

    "I'm energized about joining the team at Kodak's Graphic Communications Group," said Hayzlett. "With its broad solutions portfolio and its understanding about the conventional, digital and blended production environment that printers operate in, Kodak is uniquely positioned to help customers maximize their growth and revenue opportunities."

    Earlier in his career, Hayzlett served as state director and chief of staff for Rep. Tom Daschle and as an issues policy analyst for Sen. George McGovern.

    During his career, Hayzlett has forged close personal relationships with thought leaders, industry associations, media, consultants and analysts in the graphic communications industry. Hayzlett currently serves on the board of the Contract Packaging Association, is chairman of the Sales and Marketing Executives Foundation for Marketing Education, and is a permanent trustee to the Sales and Marketing Executives International Academy of Achievement Hall of Fame.

    Hayzlett replaces Barbara A. Pellow, who left Kodak for personal reasons in February 2006.

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  4. Maybe she meant "CES and now DLD..." no?
    dont they have a deal with kodak???

    anyways...

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  5. I practice jivamukti yoga and that is not a yoga pose. It's a picture of a braying idiot with her leg in the air. Assuming position?

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  6. I was thinking the same thing, Anon 9:07. I practice Astanga/Mysore (which Dan Loeb also claims to do), and I've never seen anything like it. That's just stupid.

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  7. Have to do this again.

    JA: I'll do yoga; Mary cut your hair; Meghan do anything.

    Mary: I dunt know that I want too kut i hare.

    JA: Do it, and you'll get more time on TMI

    MA: Can I get more time on TMI?

    JA: Blerg

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  8. What kind of deal do they have with Kodak? In fact, do they have advertising at all? I'll not dare go over to NS to find out, but I am hoping someone who's already been there can tell me?

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  9. he's MARRIED julia, freaking married! i know how much you love to trash marriage on your blog but come on now, this is someones husband. what about all the stuff you said about karma?

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  10. kodak was a ces sponsor. I know that.

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  11. They actually reference kodak as a sponsor on TMI-

    but their idea of transparancy or any kind of real disclosure is heavily manufactured.

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  12. juliaallison twitter:

    Short term gain, long term loss.

    cryptic...huh bunny.

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  13. Here is Loeb's wife, third woman in. She looks fit, fierce, hot and ready for a battle. I hope she CRUSHES JA like a bug, just as Chad Hurley's wife was prepared to.

    http://nymag.com/news/features/2007/hedgefunds/30343/

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  14. I wonder how her Harvard Business School applications are coming along?

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  15. hmmm -- this is fun to speculate about.
    i think its about Charlsie, no? Like, "Don't you think about it girl..."

    dunno.

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  16. All this bullshit about Julia's alleged conquests' wives crushing her or whatever is really fucking stupid and offensive. It promotes nasty ideas about women and their competitiveness, not to mention women being responsible for men's behavior. How about Julia has no chance with these guys because the *men* wouldn't bother? Or their wives don't fucking register Julia on their radars because why would they need to take the energy? And I have no doubt that Julia gets a thrill out of landing married men, but the completely unchecked speculation is just absurd. I mean, the Kodak guy? (Not to mention posting a long-ass, irrelevant press release is pretty annoying.)

    Some people here are starting to become genuine wingnuts. I'm not saying a lot of people here don't make a lot of valid arguments. But all these conspiracy theories about Julia posting as this or that and the loooooong, repetitive rants posted over and over when I'm pretty sure we're all here because we know what we dislike about these people is...kinda nutty.

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  17. I prefer to famtasize about the potential cat fight then listen to your "reason".

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  18. To some extent I agree with Anon 9:45, in that vein, hear this, wives do not matter...JA will take her self down, she will crush herself. [Mary might help] She is a trainwreck, people.

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  19. Anonynmous 9:12:

    Yep, Mary's assigned publicity stunt is to go get herself the Katie Holmes haircut she's been talking about. Julia has already done yeoman's duty with her "crush" twitter and the Loeb jet post on Gawker. Meghan....well, aside from flying to comfort her ex Michael Arrington as he licks his wounds in self-imposed temporary exile from teh internets...I'm not sure how she could garner the requisite attention.

    Strategy bunnies, strategy.

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  20. Conspiracy theories??? Yeah, Julia never posts as anyone but herself. Right. Wingnut!

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  21. comment on whatever you want, dudes. i'm here because this shit is funny. look at that "yoga" pose, really look at it, and try not to laugh out loud.

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  22. Dyspeptic: they do boggle the mind, oh, they're living differently. Wait, I think I get it.

    Originally 9:12

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  23. Anon 9:54 -- you're right, she does, and I should have specified I was referring to the left field ones, like today's "Lisa" speculation, or crazy ideas about Julia/Charlsie. I'm sure Julia has the potential to fuck over Charlsie, but there's a lot of ridiculous speculation on the intricacies that comes across pretty kookoo bananas.

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  24. I don't know, Anon 9:45, but as someone whose husband left me for another women who went after him brazenly, I'd have some issues with JA coming after my man.

    When it happened to me, yes, I blamed my husband first and foremost, but I wasn't too pleased with the woman who boasted to her pals that she would steal him from me and she didn't care that he was married.

    That type of woman is particularly low and vile, and I hope no one here is ever unfortunate enough to have one walk into your life and proceed to make every effort to wreck it for her own personal gain.

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  25. Comment on whatever you want, folks, but please be careful. We don't want to be involved in anything that could be construed as libel.

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  26. Anon 9.12pm This made my day!

    "Mary: I dunt know that I want too kut i hare."

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  27. How can it be construed as libelous if the proof is in the pictures--and Twitters and such?!

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  28. Yeah, thanx, I actually made myself laugh while typing it.

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  29. I would say Julia was most likely not chasing after the Kodak dude or Chad Hurley. But flying on this guy's private plane? Twittering about an "inappropriate" crush? Saying she is insanely happy? Going to the gym (which, if you follow JA's antics, is something she NEVER does)? And the yoga poses at the gym? That's some pretty strong circumstantial evidence.

    I'm not a big fan of blaming the "other woman" -- if Loeb is screwing around on his wife, he's also a jerk. But, damn, it's just SO classless to publicly state that you have an inappropriate crush then post pics of yourself on a married man's plane (just to take them down later, which makes it look even more suspicious).

    Worst case scenario: she is screwing/wants to screw him and was trying to send a message to him but forgot that the interwebs was watching.
    Best case scenario: There's absolutely nothing going on and she tipped Gawker (how WOULD they know?) to get pageviews/attention. Which actually might be worse, if you consider that's potentially causing trouble in someone's marriage for the sake of your own personal gain.

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  30. I wonder what kind of reaction JA will get when she attends New York Fashion Week...it starts next Friday 13th February.
    Surely there's got to be someone there she's pissed off. Guaranteed I will not be relying on Mary for my style coverage of the event!

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  31. I'm pretty sure that Anon 10:00pm is Owen. And this is not a conspiracy theory.

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  32. Anon 10:00 [the first one]

    yeah, I get that...but Jules just kind of brings that out in people. If it were perfume [toliet water]it would be called "I'm provacative you little cunt deal with it"

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  33. Total Jing, it is a conspiracy theory, because actually I'm a tw writer, not a Gawker one. Sorry! I'll totally trust all those things you say with so much certainty now though.

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  34. Anon 10:14 -- I would say that it's probably best to qualify our statements, using "if" a lot since we truly don't know what happened. The truth is indeed a defense against libel claims but there's nothing approaching conclusive proof here and those lawsuits are pretty effin' costly, even if you do win. I definitely wouldn't want NSRB to be exposed to that so I think as long as we're clear in our language ("if," "alleged," "supposed," etc) and don't try to state opinion as fact, we'll be cool.

    (Also, just as a note, I think we've done that so far as I haven't read anything here that quite approaches libel.)

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  35. Total Jing: If so I am happy to have used the little cunt reference, which by the way, Owen, I do not think you are. I personally, like this new Gawker coverage of bunny. It has teeth. Finally.

    even the commenters do not seem to be crying, no more!

    Last--total jing--I too chicago.

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  36. 10:28

    so, because you are not owen, there is a conspiracy?

    Hi, Julia.

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  37. I'm happy with Owen's NS coverage too.

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  38. Oh great, now you think I'm Julia of course. He said it wasn't a conspiracy theory that I am Owen, implying he had some sort of proof. However, I am a woman, I do not, nor have I ever written for Gawker, and I'm pretty sure of all of these facts. So I said it was a conspiracy theory on his part, as in he's making up nonsense.

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  39. You know what? If they had managed the site and content better and had some forums set up on Non Society they could have had some really cool, interesting funny women (and men) posting there.
    Now *that* might have attracted advertisers attention.
    Instead they alienated their readership and we are all posting here instead.

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  40. I agree with Rachael (Vimeo Video Rachel). The idea of lifecasting, however contrived it might be, could be a potentially profitable venture. However, the gals have thus far ruined their chances by producing no content, attracting no new talent, and alienating rather than endearing themselves to their audience.

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  41. Are we supposed to feel jealous of Julia and Meghan they flew all that way on that minuscule plane?

    I like keeping my food in my mouth. Thank you.

    And as to this whole passively hitting on married men thing: Am I right in saying Julia has admitted to dating married men before? Why would she stop now?

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  42. Total Jing, you seem surprised by the fact that their site is of poor quality. I don't understand how one could be surprised by that.

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  43. I have no idea whatsoever if Julia is having sex with these married men, but I do believe she has been trying awfully hard to give the impression that she has some sort of intimacy with them.

    As someone who was once with a rather powerful and sought after man, I know that he was often oblivious to certain women who cozied up to him and did certain things to make it APPEAR that they were intimate (stuff like throwing an arm around him just before the photo is snapped; accepting an innocently offered ride and then not only bragging about it to others, but adding all sorts of innuendos about what it meant and such).

    He was faithful and completely onto the obvious ones who were blatantly trying to screw him, but the ones who never put the moves on him, but tried to insinuate themselves into his life weren't as easy for him to pick off as they were for me and my friends.

    I didn't like these whores disrespecting me like that, and I would assume that the wives of the men in the pictures with Julia and the one whose plane she ostentatiously rode home might not be thrilled either.

    So yeah, I hope the wives take care of the little cunt.

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  44. Um, I'm not surprised one bit. Why would you say that I sound surprised??

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  45. Libel is of course one thing but other than thatI figure to each his or her own. Not every one finds the same things interesting or wingnutty.

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  46. Single women dating and hanging out with otherwise stable married men is beyond disgusting. And karma always follows the women who choose to date/involve themselves with these married men.
    My stepdad was a rich doctor who played around with these types of single women---they all KNEW he was married too. My mom simply put up with it because he paid for her lifestyle.

    Single women like Julia and Meghan, those who flirt with and freely sponge off of powerful married men, are a dime a dozen. And from what I've seen, these women usually end up simply discarded and alone for the rest of their sad little lives.

    So they'd better enjoy their youthful beauty and charms while it lasts---because obviously that's all they seem to offer the world at the moment.

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  47. The one question nobody has been able to answer is how Julia and Meghan got hooked up with this guy in the first place. Did I miss that somewhere?

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  48. @Anonymous 10:54 pm

    yes, one woman's wingnut is another's box of yummy cracker jacks. I am assuming that holds true for the male sex as well.

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  49. Anon 11:05: Yes you missed it, because for such a brave, revolutionary "lifecaster," JA pretended she had no wireless and didn't tell us about her life, about "living differently" -- she conveniently failed to mention what she was really up to over there, which was, apparently, finding the richest men at Davos and trying to worm her way into their good graces.

    Poor Paul Carr. I bet he feels like the fool now. He probably thought he had a chance with her.

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  50. Any sleuths out there know whether Mrs. Loeb was in Davos with her hubby?

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  51. It's pretty funny that I checked QOtD. It's overrun again, this time by people who are just pissed off and not going to take it anymore.

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  52. ANOTHER JAB deletion *smh*
    * Mary: I'm not like spiky hair crazy girl.
    * Me: You are now!
    * Mary: I look like a dyke from the back.
    * Me: This is true. But a hot one.

    NEWLY EDITED post
    * Mary: I'm not like spiky hair crazy girl.
    * Me: You are now!

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  53. Meghan has a video posted that is quite interesting. The question just begs, where has this been all along. WTF? Why did [as NS would count] 100's of 1000's have to scream "where's the coverage" to get something of merit on their blog.

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  54. damn. dont they know when they hit "post" its sent to my google reader, which saves all posts, even ones that are taken down afterwards??

    -erg

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  55. I think Ty hates Mary as much as I do. As a beauty school dropout, I can tell you that the first thing you learn is to explain to the customers why their hair WILL NOT end up looking like the celebrity photo they have clutched in their eager little hands. In this case, Katie Holmes has thick, full, brunette hair, NOT baby-fine blonde. Next time, Mary, just get a wig. Much less traumatic.

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  56. So they don't want to offend the lesbians? Isn't it a little late to be trying not to offend? Nine photos of Mary's haircut makes me feel more ill than one "dyke", jeez.

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  57. the "dyke" thing is kind of amazing. you know julia was posting it to be passive aggressive to mary, but was too dim to realize it would be offensive to some readers (and definitely to the tumblr community). or she was fully aware of it, but her desire to embarrass mary outweighed it.

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  58. Wonder how many "dykes" work for Kodak?

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  59. the post and delete thing is just beyond disgusting.

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  60. What's even funnier is to think about the conversations that lead to them being taken down.

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  61. They delete things off their site like no one has browser cache or access to Google's cache system or reblogged them via Tumblr.

    I honestly can't tell if Julia is being ignorant or outright stupid.

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  62. she's a new media "expert", but doesn't know about google cache or reblogs? she's an "expert" in branding herself, but doesn't know basic pr strategies of acknowledging and explaining her deletions?

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  63. I do not like the bow-legged hooker who speaks ill of the lesbians. She is bad peoples, I think.

    Also, the one who had her fried hair chopped should be very sad.

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  64. Russian Girl:

    Talk about letting a supposed friend walk right into a buzz-saw. I thought good friends had a duty to veto such things.

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  65. JA:
    "Two years ago, I tried to start a charity that delivered “gently-read” magazines to women’s shelters."
    Bwah-hah-ha-ha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  66. Well, she couldn't donate clothes -- she doesn't actually own them!

    I get all the magazines I want from the recycling bin in front of my post office. Thanks anyway, Marie Antoinut

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  67. hahaha classic JA strategy- sob story to shield her from criticism

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  68. Loeb and his wife are currently getting a divorce so she's not really hanging onto a stable married man.

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  69. Uh-oh, she doesn't want what she CAN have.

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  70. Anon @ 4:00, I used to get all aggravated when JA would talk about "dating" someone new and wonderful, and usually feel bad for the guy because I knew how obnoxious she was and that he didn't realize those things. Then I realized (and as demonstrated by the very existence of this website!) how completely transparent she is, and how anyone who is exposed to her braying, self-serving, two-timing personality for any extended period of time, will quickly realize this and leave her. How many times has she been dumped in her life? Even just being privy to the insignificant and flattering details she chooses to "lifecast" it is blatantly clear how many guys have wised-up and dumped her.

    So even if there were any danger of this Loeb guy being drawn in by her ASSets now, he would quickly realize what her real agenda is, which is Julia Julia Julia. No matter how hot a girl is, that sort of obnoxiousness is just toxic and no man will stick around long.

    Also, I'd venture she must be absolutely horrible in bed, so even if she deals out the bang card in hopes of keeping them around they're going to realize very quickly that she is not worth it.

    Any man with even an inkling of sense (and Loeb, as abrasive as he seems, at least appears to be a very quick study) will get into a long term relationship with Ms. Baugher.

    My money is on when she's about... oh 33 and realizing the biological clock is ticking, will quickly settle for some douchey bush league money manager who is just as impressed with himself as she is with herself and they will settle into a miserable life in some B-rate city such as Atlanta. Imagine once JAB pops out a kid or two- how big will our already self-declared "hippy" princess get then?!

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  71. Twitter dude MTSeeker still likes Julia:

    # MTSeeker Welcome home sweet home #juliaallison. The USA is a sweeter place when your in it. 4 minutes ago from web

    # MTSeeker And can you teach me how to dance real slow #juliaallison? I have always wanted to dance with an angel of infinite radiant light & love. 7 minutes ago from web

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  72. All JA related Twitters here: http://bit.ly/3dj3km

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  73. @Anon 10pm: Even if she was going after a married dude with cold calculation, Jules would never brag to her girlfriends about it. Instead, she'd work up a very convincing guilt about her feelings and write long journal entries about it, which she'll post months from now (probably after the guy tells her off). She's nice y'all.

    @Eric 2:13am: Jules is modeling herself on Blair Waldorff. If Serena wanted to get a bad haircut, Blair would never tell her! She'd let her get the haircut and then delight in the fallout of Serena's bad 'do. It's high school. Duh.

    @Anon 6:34am: I think this Michael T. Seeker guy is joking? He posted a bunch more. They're weird ...

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  74. Is there no attempt she won't make to suck up to the rich and famous? Look at her kissing Demi Moore's ass here in response to nothing specific to her:

    juliaallison

    1. @mrskutcher - I absolutely love your attitude! Would that everyone were as positive & happy. Thanks for making me smile. about 4 hours ago from web in reply to mrskutcher

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  75. "Would that everyone were as positive & happy."
    That hokey line and those redonkulous leg-in-the-air mirror shots for her pushing 50-years-old crush are just too hilarious. I love this girl! She never ceases to surprise me with new insanity. I hope she gets to go live in that delux apartment in the sky; looks like it might be big enough to give Mary a room or two of her own as well.

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  76. Julia Allison and Mary Rambin are now just desperately trying to create any spectacle, stunt and scandal they can to generate page views, and it looks like we (and Gawker) are falling for it. Mary even got a god awful haircut (while her hairdresser was hitting the wine! BAD idea) to try to generate some traffic, which is somewhat less harmful than insinuating a relationship with a married man. The degrading things these women will do for attention are disgusting!

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  77. http://twitter.com/melissablake/statuses/1170944602 - Julia wanted contributors right? You'd think she'd respond to this/take it seriously

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  78. Yeah, but maybe she's afraid that it'll be too easy for others to make her look like the half-baked writer that she is.

    I checked this woman's site, and it's so much better that what's put forward on NonSocie-shit.

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  79. I left a couple of comments on TMI Weekly yesterday and it looks like Julia Allison and Co. are having a deleting party over there as well. This is really disappointing because I thought Next New Networks controlled the site. What sleazebags. Now they're just throwing gasoline on the fire.

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  80. She removed her Twitter about he inappropriate crush. The evidence grows.

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  81. Lisa's up!

    "QOD Commenting Policy:

    1. All responses that pertain to the question at hand will remain.

    2. Answer the QOD as if you are writing to someone you respect (your mother, maybe?).

    3. If you have any CONSTRUCTIVE criticism for Nonsociety, then congratulate yourself by repeating this phrase four times: "I am smart and wonderful".

    Good Luck!

    Lisa
    P.S. The deletion machanism is buggy, please be patient."

    >_>

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  82. " I forgot to add...

    If you do not have anything nice to say, please do not visit this site! These ladies have hundreds of thousands of fans and do not need the page views from haters anyways. So go F yourself haters!!! " -Lisa

    Oh. My. God.

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  83. I don't think "Lisa" is a new intern... I think it's probably just someone having a little fun.

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  84. Finally! They've found THE perfect intern who embodies the style and values of Non Society!

    Keep on keeping it klassy, girls!

    Hundreds of thousands of fans? I assume they've been collecting those paper fans from Chinatown?

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  85. From what stats tool are they garnering hundreds of thousands of fans? I want to see this data. Along with their policy on shilling for beauty brands.

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  86. Remember when she had a date with someone who sent a car to pick her up?

    I know lots of people could do that, but it's funny.

    I think she also models herself on another fictional character: Victory on Lipstick Jungle.

    HAAHHAHA
    RETARDO

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  87. Lisa is so obviously Mary. "Machanism" and "hundreds of thousands of readers" -- both dead giveaways.

    Christ these girls are lame, dumb and transparent.

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  88. Revisionist history on twitter! That is rich (and it's not the first time she's done it either ... ask Charles Forman).
    And Julia Baugher, trashy as she is, is still a bit too smart, too manipulative to twitter about having a crush on someone else just minutes after stepping off the private plane of the man she spent the previous night with in her titty flashing red gown. Poor [redacted] middle aged hedgefund target. And too little too late Miss Baugher. He'll still probably invite you up to the penthouse so fret not, there will be plenty of opportunities for your gushing fan girl act ahead, and without doubt an in-person demonstration of those very unusual yoga poses of yours.

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  89. Did she ERASE the Teterboro twitter as well????

    they are disgusting and ignorant. Go the hell home!!!!!!!!

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  90. To: LesbianLOve
    No, it's still there.
    http://twitter.com/juliaallison/status/1167563120
    But the private plane never existed you see ... so maybe her commercial flight was rerouted? Ya, that's it. Not at all like she was bragging about her mr. hedgefund perks with a plethora of photos and tweets. No not at all.
    (Nice haircut by the way LL! You almost look straight. But hot straight.)

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  91. Clearly someone got in major shit from her hoped-for sugar daddy. What a total dumbass this girl is. She never learns.

    Freud's definition of insanity so beautifully applies to her.

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  92. Sounds like Paul Carr would have been a nice match for JAB:
    http://jennifercairn.blogspot.com/2007/10/not-done-yet.html
    http://jennifercairn.blogspot.com/2007/11/braving-storm.html
    http://jennifercairn.blogspot.com/2007/11/i-went-dark_25.html

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  93. She is so OVER that crush now, peeps. Big meany Mr. Middle-aged Hedgefund couldn't get past her indiscretions and oversharing! "But it was only Day 2 bunnies! He hardly had time to get to know the real me, that's just the persona for my hundreds of thousands of fans."
    Sad face.
    Then out with the machete and the purge begins! He no longer exists, bunnies. Hedge fund who?

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  94. OMG about the Jennifer Cairn posts. Further confirms my suspicions that Carr indeed has a serious problem with women.

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  95. I do not understand the one whose voice frightens chickens. First, she is pretending to be a fake person from "Sex and the Village." Then, it is someone from "The Girl Who Gossips." And yet, she acts like Stalingrad streetwalker. This lady makes no sense to me.

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  96. So is Lisa saying that even constructive criticism isn't welcome??

    *****3. If you have any CONSTRUCTIVE criticism for Nonsociety, then congratulate yourself by repeating this phrase four times: "I am smart and wonderful".*******

    So are they openly admitting they don't want feedback? Only compliments?

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  97. Kasey: "a deleting party"! Too perfect. That's the NonSociety version of a quilting bee.

    Also: @Anon 2:31 am: "Marie Antoinut" is classic. Although I am envisioning it more in the French style, as Marie Antoinutte.

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  98. That Paul Carr stuff is hilarious/disturbing. He's been classified as a sociopath liar by ex-girlfriends and former colleagues.

    Check out this post:
    http://www.themidnightbell.com/tmb/?p=190

    Also, his dismissal of folks as "loons" and "crazy" is his fallback position for ladies he has a beef with. What a tool. No wonder there's a photo up of JAB and Megs giving him kissyface in stereo.

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  99. Funny that the gym photos had to be qualified with "proof for Mary". No, that didn't make it even more obvious whoooo they were for AT ALLLLLL. ;)

    Also Re: Paul Carr being right for Julia.. how true. Read at the second link his being taken to task for cheating multiple times on his ex. Notice how he manages to find things to blame HER for while "explaining" all of it to her and lying throughout. Whoever said all he was doing with his posts was standing up for his ilk was exactly right. Defending Julia gives him validation, really.

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  100. Russian girl: Stalingrad streetwalkers don't claim they are inventors of sex. They do the act; mans pay them. Also, there is less of the colored paste, high pointing eyebrows, and such as on their faces.
    Please watch for me this picture of the sausage-legged one as she climbs her way to the top in Munich.

    http://www.focus.de/digital/multimedia/dld-2009/julia-allison-die-paris-hilton-der-it-branche_vid_8931.html

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  101. I think he's also so attracted to Julia because she finds her non-threatening. Jennifer Cairns is clearly a smart, capable woman who chose the wrong guy. I don't doubt he's well aware that JA is about absolutely nothing, cozies up to her "supporters" (he's just hoping she puts out, too) and would sooner fake nice and show cleave than defend herself and her actions (uselessly). Also, yes, self-preservation because he's essentially a mini male (wannabe?) JA.

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  102. Oh, I like your version better, Dyspeptic. I was a little bleary-eyed when I posted that.

    Russian Girl, I'm so glad you're here, where your marvelous comments won't disappear.

    --Anon 2:31 am

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  103. I can't get over those gym photos! The whole point of yoga is that you focus inward--and yet she's snapping photos of images of herself in a mirror on her damn pink phone. All about the outward with this "Stalingrad streetwalker."

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  104. To all: I heartily recommend a read-through of the Jennifer Cairn and midnightbell.com posts about Paul Carr, the "witty rogue" and "charmer" who seems to be a pathological and proudly drunken liar. Whose fallback position is indeed labeling those who contradict him (especially those of the feminine persuasion) lunatics and loons.

    Oh, Julia Allison. Your new Defender-in-Chief, "SocioPaul" Carr, is wearing armor that is far from shiny. More like rusted-out and terminally tarnished.

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  105. Anon at 10:48 --

    You make very good point. Stalingrad streetwalkers admit they are plying the oldest profession, unlike the one with the bow legs who does the vagina-yoga (and claims to have invented the blog).

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  106. Fast-forward to the last 10 seconds of Russian Girl's linked vid above for the money shot. The rest it will make you barf.

    Why does JA have pointy little sideburns?

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  107. amazing that paul carr can talk his shit about anonymous commenters and all that...
    while his blog only allows twitter responses and blog trackbacks. l. m. a. o. scared of anything, paul?

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  108. Anon 11:12 a.m., great, now I'm never going to want to eat again. That may have been the least sexy "walking up the stairs in a skirt and pantyhose" I have ever had the misfortune of watching.

    The hilarious thing about all of this is that Paris Hilton is starting to look like a smart, well-adjusted young woman.

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  109. The video of the underside of her skirt upsets me very, very much. I must pour the bleach upon my eyeballs now.

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  110. Jacy -- First of all, Freud didn't say that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing and expecting different results. Rita Mae Brown said it. Second of all, it's not exactly a clinical definition.

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  111. Russian Girl: Red tights? Hells no! Her legs resemble ice-cream cones.

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  112. the quote has been attributed to freud, brown and ben franklin. regardless, they are doing the same tired thing over and over, which may not be insane, but is entirely pointless.

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  113. Also to Einstein. Sorry, all these years I have labored under the false impression it was Freud. I don't know why.

    In any event, I do think it's a pretty good indication you're fucked up and possibly insane if you keep making the same mistakes over and over again and never learn from them.

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