Friday, April 10, 2009

Interesting Tweet Exchange

juliaallison: "You should always know how long to stay and when to go." And if you find out? Tell me.

stephiebee: @juliaallison JA, many of us loved you but it might be time for you to go. Or at least make a change. Its not too late

juliaallison: @stephiebee - awww, don't go using the past tense on me, bunny! Buzz kill!!

19 comments:

  1. All JA notices is the L word, not the rest. DID YOU EVEN READ IT, JULIA?

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  2. I love when she trots out the "bunny." What a goof.

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  3. Condescending? Tick. Obnoxious? Tick. Not getiing the point? Double tick.
    Way to handle one of the few well-meaning voices left.

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  4. Here comes round 47 of her "I COULD HAVE BEEN IN POLITICS" phase.

    I might call this a greatest hits, but none of her efforts have ever charted well.

    And Jules, Meghan McCain wore it better.

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  5. Nobody who is truly as happy as she claims lives in the past as much as she does. As someone who used to fall into Julia's same traps when my depression surfaced when younger, it's obvious she's really sad.

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  6. And when will the Nonsociety gals get into this century and stop referencing NPH as "Doogie"? He's in a hit TV show right now for the love of God, not to mention all the other projects he's recently been a part of.

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  7. Jules like the song says..

    Don't go way mad girl just effing go away

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  8. "Gentlemen, Let's Suit Up!" Is way more memorable than Doogie. I love NPH. He's a role model. A great example of how to be openly gay and play a horn dog hetero on TV and be loved and totally believable. After all, he *is* an actor.

    In short, he deserves way more respect than these NS idiots know well enough to show him.

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  9. Scratch that.

    She reminiscing about how "POLITICS COULD HAVE BEEN IN ME."

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  10. 10:01

    I agree. And I too know this from personal experience. Unlike Julia, though, we sought help.

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  11. This inability to associate NPH with anything other than Doogie Howser drives me mad. When will they, Mary did it as well, but especially Julia stop living in the friggin' 90s? It's like saying, since I don't evolve, nobobdy else can possibly do so.
    Lovely work when hinting at congress people's tendency to lie about being "available" with reference to her own experience. Is that supposed to tell us she didn't know the guy she decided to bang was engaged at the time? I don't want to dispute that some guys can be assholes and tell women whatever necessary to get into their pants, but come on. We're talking a more or less public figure here. This information was easy to obtain even for people without stalkey tendencies.

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  12. She's now obsessed with Megan McCain and Republican Congressman who she thinks she can set up with a friend in D.C. Why does Julia think she has the right and the access privileges to everyone? And while Megan McCain might have balls she's not funny nor intelligent you ass.

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  13. Unfortunately the blame re: the Neil Patrick Harris reference might have to be put at the Today show's door in this case, since it was them who made the Doogie reference...but seriously, how old did they think Doogie was when he started out as a doctor that it made sense to compare a 27-year-old to him?! I get saying the congressman looks like NPH, but then surely a "Suit Up!" reference makes more sense!

    It does kind of show how out of date Julia is though, because the normal impulse for anyone who's seen How I Met Your Mother (or Dr Horrible for that matter, which she should know about as a web visionary!) would be to shout at the television "HE'S NOT JUST DOOGIE!!!!" rather than take a freeze frame shot of that image in the report and say "aww Doogie". Heck I was telling two people yesterday that they should watch HIMYM and they said "oh cool, I didn't know who Dr Horrible was, I'd never seen him in anything!"

    And re: her using the word "congressboy" - yeah, that's not patronising at all...

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  14. Not Alexander Marquardt But CloseApril 10, 2009 at 10:49 AM

    As someone based in D.C., I can assure you Aaron Schock is getting more pussy than anyone on Capitol Hill.

    Who does this dame think she is? This wunderkind needs some unknown egoblogger to find dates for him? And why does she assume that just because she's desperate to find a spouse, that everyone else is? This kid doesn't want to be set up by Barack Obama himself, never mind by some failed, bloated, hideous blogger whose 15 minutes of fame were up a year ago.

    Christ I hate this dame.

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  15. Exactly 10:49!

    Who does she think she is?! Even if she was still working for Star, and her Wired cover had just hit the stands - simultaneously - her opinion would mean shit. I just don't understand how someone could be so lacking in self-awareness -- her body paralleling the bloat of her ego and self-deception.

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  16. BulimicsDoItBetterApril 10, 2009 at 10:56 AM

    I live in DC and work on the Hill and I've heard around that Schock is um.. batting for the other team? I could be wrong.

    Either way, he's never gonna fuck this idiot.

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  17. She needs to cut out the "bunny" shit. She sounds like a bitchy, condescending 45 year old divorcee talking to her niece, or her maid. Julia, you are NOT Norma Fucking Desmond. Stop with the annoying posturing already.

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  18. I think if something is hearsay within certain circles it wouldn't be surprising that speculation would happen and whispers circulating, but I just cannot get over how annoying and disgusting it is for her to think it's HER RIGHT to go discussing someone's sexual orientation like that. Ironically, NPH railed against these same exact ridiculous "outing witch hunts", instead of permitting the person to address the issue in their own way and at their own time. It isn't HER CALL to decide it's just OK to announce this or hint at it, and her lack of awareness period (let alone self) is gross to me. These people likely wouldn't want to be within the same 20 mile radius of Julia Allison. Forget about having a poor excuse for a dating columnist - chock full of her own issues with maintaining relationships, getting dates in the first place (sup matchmaker?), remaining discreet when potential long-term suitors who decide she's too toxic for them to publicly even mention their dating, whose desperate pleas to men who couldn't be less interested are so terribly transparent. She's going to have to go away, and soon. For real.

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  19. She really needs to take a boat out on the lake for a couple of weeks. Sit around in sweats. Drink Schlitz and listen to Night Ranger. No makeup; let her hair go to hell. Then, go directly from the boat to a Chicago Wal-Mart.

    You know, typical relaxing reality check.

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