Saturday, April 11, 2009

Rambo: OMG her first fake Tweet I totes inspire!


My first fake tweet. So disappointing. Come guys. Let’s at least be funny. I think I would say…. “Friday nite my flat ass is home watching Lost becos I don’t know how to reed” Ok, that’s not funny, but it’s more creative than thin hair!
Can I get back to Lost in peace now?

So remember back in the very, very first days of this feces around Christmastime when people are bored and my goat Adrik eat his own testicles and commenters start saying mean things in the NonSociety commenters section (ZOMG REMEMBER THAT?!?!? HAHAHA! THAT WAS GOOD ONE!!!)

Anyway, I say mean things about Poofy's weight and Mary's hay hair and the other one? Bells rung? And then Poofy get REALLY poofy and say it only 10 pounds and blergh about it and I am all, "Come to Omsk and do the workout where we pull the turnips from the ground and I will show you how to stop the fat face from happening?"

ANYWHOSE. That bring us to today. SOMEONE FAKE TWIT ABOUT MARY'S HAY HAIR.

I feel a teeny weeny bit honored.

Even though I like Mary now. (But wear shoes at the apartment TV tapings, lady! I no want to see your boat feet!)

55 comments:

  1. Seriously. Put the pontoon pair away.

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  2. I really didn't know the real Twitterer was able to see the fake tweets haha ... I think I know understand a certain ex-boyfriend's attitude. OOPS!

    Also, I now wear my Rambin-love proudly. At least she's honest - probably why Julia can't stand her - and if you recall, she has been the only one to consistently respond to some negative items - ex: the whole Scary Mary Google fiasco. Mary responded, and Julia demanded she remove it because it didn't go with her story line.

    In other news, does anyone else get the feeling Julia is gearing up for a move to Chicago? The whole "OMG I LOVE CHICAGO AND I WILL KILL YOU - no, really, i will fucking slice you - IF YOU DON'T" is telling?

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  3. ewww *now. I think I NOW understand .... etc.

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  4. 10:30, it's a wee bit suspicious. She clearly has stated that she prefers living in New York and also that going home is "no vacation." She's also said her trip home over the holidays, which was a week or two, was the maximum time she'd want to spend. Now, she may reside in the downtown condo but she's still "living" with her parents. I think her defensiveness regarding Chicago is strange and odd, she obviously feels ashamed of it for some reason. A step further, her defensiveness re: chicago is more about her shame about having to move back home and find a roommate before she moves back to the city. She moved into that apartment in the fall, about 1.5 years ago, meaning she also has to break her lease. Must be pretty humiliating.

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  5. She mentioned having to lose weight in 6 weeks... oh dear, does that mean her old friend bulimia is coming back?

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  6. not to thread hi-jack:

    but, did anyone else see her mention of illinois congressman aaron schock? she calls him gay.

    now, there has been rampant speculation about schock (who gives a shit). But he is not Out. And Julia Allison has never met him.

    i like the creative and funny comments her the best. but evry now and then ther is a ja post that also speaks to the "larger issues" of why i detest nonsociety and why i bother to expend energy on it.

    this is one. This is the hypocritical, blithe sort of violation she should get called out on.

    Never mind that JA bitches about people getting personal on her. That's a red-herring.

    How about as a business? Hey future sponsors, you wanna be involved with this wacko?

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  7. someone screen grab that ( I don't know how! I'm a luddite!)

    I guarrantee she will take it down.

    In one, two, three...

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  8. 11:05

    Good points! And I second the screen shot request.

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  9. Julia is spending her day convincing herself that she'll survive her impending summer in Chicago. More Chicago posts today. Julia, people don't think it's uncool that you are moving to Chicago, they think it's uncool that you ran your business into the ground, have attracted the ire of friends and associates, and sold yourself and them down the river. Chicago is the least of your problems. Have fun with mums, dads, and granny this summer!

    Today is a beautiful day in Chicago, the sun is shining, the sky is blue (if the wind is a bit brisk). To be young, in love with the world, to realize how lucky we are to be alive, and how beautiful things really are. We are so, so blessed, and we forget that very easily.

    - Reader T. just emailed me this. :)

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  10. Ugh, has anyone actually met Julia Allison? I mean, in real life? I know that there are stories and movies, but, after watching NonSociety for about 1 year, she seems exactly the same as before (i.e. posting cupcakes, musicals, and secular Easter paraphernalia). How is it possible for a person to be so, I dunno, stuck. It is almost like a computer program or robot automatically updates Julia's lifecast based on keywords. I am beginning to think that she does not really exist and this whole NonSociety thing is like a joke, or an art project, or a computer science experiment gone awry. Maybe I am just about done following this trainwreck... Except that she is going to Chicago, so maybe this trip will engender some wacky drama.

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  11. @2:58

    I'm feeling quite similar. I do look forward to the Chicago trip and the summer unfolding because both venues are ripe for "wacky drama" as you say.

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  12. Here is the better question many 'lifecasting' start ups will be at TechCrucnh50 this summer..as its th epremier conference to be at to get funding..

    In fact Meghan use to date the co-founder of that conference Michael Arrington..


    So when does JA get in her ass in gear and give us actual content worthy of a lifecaster start up?

    Oh and Jules, Opra worked 18 hour days as a news reporter to get her shot with real hard work

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  13. Lifecasting is a stupid idea. Even major TV networks know you couldn't follow The Girls Next Door and have it be interesting 24/7. No VC is going to fund a "lifecast."

    TechCrunch 50 is not the premiere conference to get funding. Great event, but, hardly.

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  14. i "like" mary and all, but her typos are just downright ridiculous.

    I told Karen that everyone needs to have this sexy spring top. Voila, it’s not online and ON SALE (50% off) for you! And check out the hot model :)"


    http://karenzambos.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=2&products_id=378

    it's like she doesn't even bother to proof read. not to mention, the top is now ON SALE for $104 dollars!? i can seriously find this exact same top at marshalls for $10.

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  15. I do not "like" mary. -- but her problems are not typos, she does not know grammar. How did she actually get a college degree? She has no friends to approach her and say your writing is abysmal? She has not heard of dictionary.com? This is another one of her gems.

    "I have a pet peeve about how bows lie when someone doesn't know how to tie it properly."

    oh, and my version of 'never worn' is that somebody
    has not worn it.

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  16. 5:31, the "never worn" thing bothers me too. i actually just reblogged one of mary's posts and asked her about it...let's see if she ever responds.

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  17. I'm so emailing Karen to give her the story on Mary!

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  18. Yeah, Ches, that's what I thought, too, when I saw her 'IT'S ON SALE!' post. $104 for a piece of fabric? REALLY, MARY??? Maybe THIS is why your broke-ass is well... broke. Seriously, my favorite places to shop for clothing are Old Navy and Target.

    And I cringed the only two times I spent more than $40 on a pair of shoes.

    PS: And if anyone's looking for headbands like Julia's [the L Erickson ones that retail for FORTY-TWO DOLLARS EACH], you can get them at Target [different brand, obviously] for 7.99. Even for 7.99 I couldn't justify buying that headband, no matter how cute.

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  19. Allison, Target is my store.

    BUT, let's not forget. just because that top is on sale for $104 doesn't mean that's how much Mary paid for it. if she paid for it at all. and that's one of the main problems i have with this "business". they're telling us to purchase expensive things that they're getting for FREE which doesn't make them seem very trustworthy to me. it just comes off as cheap advertising. i'd be curious to see how many people actually buy that top after seeing it on mary's "lifecast"....

    and didn't they just do an episode about saving money and budgeting? sorry, a $104 top doesn't fit anywhere in my budget. and certainly not a plain blue top that is nothing special. low back tops are not cutting edge new fashion mary!

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  20. ano 504 ever hear of reviosn3 look it up..i got VC fundng

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  21. The shirt was lent to Mary, along with the rest of the Zambos stuff, for the TMI shoot. She is required to return to it like all borrowed clothing. She said yesterday that she was going to buy the shirt. Her PR person probably contacted Zambos, or vice versa, and they said "We'll give you that top, if you write one more blurb on it or give us a photo of you posing the top."

    I like the Zambos clothing A LOT and the fabrics are not Target quality and I don't think that buyin an$100 blouse once and while, if one can afford it (mary cannot) is so bad.

    Zambos is like the only good fashion find Mary has ever introduced to her readers.

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  22. 6:08, sure once in awhile if you can afford it isn't so bad. if i REALLY wanted to buy a $100 top i could, but right now i don't see the point. but then again, i'm a serious bargain shopper and love getting clothes from ebay and consignment shops. nor do i think that top is fabulous enough to warrant $100. and if mary is in fact going to buy the top like she said on her blog, how does that fit into her being "so broke"? it's not just the price of the top, it's the fact that none of it rings true to me. they've pushed so many questionable products and been so deceptive about what they're being paid to advertise that i no longer trust "ZOMG i love this! i'm going to buy it! you should buy it too!"

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  23. Ches,
    I certainly agree with your assertion that they are very deceptive and pushed extremely questionable products. They pass off freebies as things they pay for all the time. I wondered right away why Mary even said, "I am going to bu this," when she has an "in" with the designer and could definitely get a freebie, especially if the item is marked down.
    -6:08

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  24. and how does she afford all the plane tickets?

    I don't think she is broke, I think the negative yacht feedback she received when the economy started to tank prompted her to play poor. she blogged how it wasn't inappropriate because she was simply a guest, ca'mon, these are her mom's long time friends with lots of dough.

    I think Mary started playing up the homeless angle so she could more 'relate' to her readers.

    But, pedicures, new manolos, and trips to houston,LA and NYC who pays for all this?

    I have no first hand knowledge of this--but I'd bet serious money blondie has a trust fund.

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  25. No, she's poor. She discussed how she had money during when her business initially was doing okay. She had investors, as she's stated. She sunk a ton of money into the business, as she stated. She's now in debt because she lived very nicely while still in the initial phases of business that she now has seemingly abandoned. If she did have family money, one might inference she used most of it for the tampon carry case bag line, and maybe is living off the crumbs of what's left. She was pretty believable in the "i'm poor" tmi episode whereas the other two were definitely not.

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  26. I don't mean to say she's living like a poor person. That's the charade of Non Society. I've often wondered if Jules, Mary, and Meghan started up this venture to see how much free stuff, free travel, and free connections they could ring up. JA tells us that her goal to make a killing with NS (and then sell it) by incorporating advertising into her lifecast, i.e. drinking blueprint while filming TMI and photographing it. The materials "goods" they consume and use are all freebies for advertising. It's a virtual Truman Show! There is no money, besides maybe what's left of Megan's bank account, when you scratch the surface.

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  27. Mary has a trust fund..

    How do I know?

    Because this may be Jules reading the RBNS site:)

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  28. FormerGawkerEmployeeApril 11, 2009 at 7:42 PM

    Jackles, if that's you, you truly are a nasty piece of work.

    Why don't you fess up about your own finances and how you've managed to live in Manhattan all these years before selling out your friend again on a hate blog?

    It probably is you. You tip off Baugher about your frenemies, you tip off Gawker, and I bet you tip RBNS off as well. You are lower than low.

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  29. Revision 3 is not lifecasting.

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  30. I've heard Mary has a trust fund too. It must be in the many millions if she's going to spend and not earn for the rest of her life.

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  31. 2 words: Credit Cards

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  32. Hello! I have been summoned from my Saturday reverie!

    Hi FGE. OK, Chicago is a big city, but I can tell you that at around the time that comment was left, there was only one person reading the site, and that person was in Wilmette.

    That's all I know. It must be Brother Britt. If it's Jackles, wow.com. Pretty ungrateful considering Mary taught her how to tie a bow!

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  33. Those three's reluctance to disclose which products they receive for free has bothered me for a long time. I've always thought it was deceptive and wrong, but I could never put WHY into words until recently.

    The women justify their lack of transparency by saying that they give their honest opinion of products, every single time; that they receive many of these products for free is irrelevant. OK, all right. Of course, if they really believed that a hairdryer's freebie status didn't damage a gushing review's credibility, they wouldn't' be so reluctant to disclose how it came to rest in their grubby little hands in the first place.

    And that's what bothers me about their policy on disclosure: credibility. If one of the ladies says she will do her part to educate and empower the nation by discovering and promoting the best pubic hair dye the world has to offer, I expect her to root out the best pubic hair dye the world has to offer. Instead, the ladies seem to promote the best products out of the ones they received from pr reps. Not the same.

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  34. WOW.com x 1,000,000, Jacy!

    And that comment was left after Julia's flight, with enough time to get home, settle in, and catch up on reblogs!

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  35. I stand corrected. There were three others in here at the same time, from far-flung places. I actually cannot believe she'd be that low. Even SHE would not do that.

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  36. 3 people from Wilmette, though? The person who called herself Julia was on at the same time as only 1 person from the suburb of Wilmette, right?

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  37. I knew a "media PR specialist" once who said that his friends and him had researched (which I'm sure means "Googled") JA and had come to the conclusion that she has a trust fund which does support her as well as funding NS, partially.

    That said, who knows how correct these guys "conclusions" were, so don't quote me. Again, as someone who is repeatedly asked, "How do you afford this apartment?", I'm not really sure how it's anyone here's business how these women support themselves, or their company. It's not like it's a public company, and trading stocks or anything.

    But I do agree that it is laughable (and quite annoying) when they try to come off as poor, struggling women in New York.... and then tell us to buy a $104 shirt. Puh-lease.

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  38. outing people based on their IP addresses is a despicable practice. even if those people are the ineffable Julia Allison Baugher.

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  39. I knew a friend who seemed like one of the most affluent people for her age. Any time she traveled, she stayed at $$ hotels, had regular facials, lived at the best restaurants, etc. A year later, it turned out she was more than $30k in debt, lost her home, job and had to move home.

    Who cares how Julia pays the bills? It's obv not off of her success.

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  40. Oh also, re: advertising.

    Has anyone watched tv, read a magazine, or newspaper recently? How do you think these publications and networks survive? It's all based on advertising. Do you think Kelly & Regis really like all the products they promote, give away, and get for free? Doubtful.

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  41. There was only one Wilmette person. The other three were from elsewhere.

    You know what Anon8:31 from Uzbekistan(just kidding!)? Normally I fully agree. But I felt outing your BFF's trust fund trumped outing an IP address that may or may not have left the comment.

    So piss on it.

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  42. notAnon...just lazy!!April 11, 2009 at 8:46 PM

    go to

    karenzambos.com

    click on "sale"

    Recognize any of Karen's models?

    Yikes! That IS some bad hair.

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  43. I think the mouth on her is goofy, 8:46. It's puffy from those dr. bobbie shots and kinda looks like a vulva wall sculpture.

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  44. yeah um allison it's a common practice, well-documented just like celeb gifting suites that were all the rage before they started demanding people pay taxes on their freebies. even crappy D list reality stars got into those. z-list julia allison can hardly get a friend to purchase things she fake recommends, so it's laughable that she would even think she could create a paid career out of it.

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  45. Oh God, Julia is now in my city. What to do what to do...

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  46. Dahling, I'm in Chicago too, and yes, she's here at a good friend's bar downtown right now sucking up to some local media types. I really hope she doesn't try to move back here. We will squash that immediately!

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  47. No offense to the wonderful citizens of Chicago on here, but a move from NY to Chicago - media-wise - is a massive downgrade.

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  48. Good tip, 11:44. Another reason she's been all "pro chicago" lately. Sucking up to a city that is very much into "pride."

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  49. Krystal's back from her underground bunker http://meghan.nonsociety.com/lifecast/95228459-0-1. Sorority gals at 28!

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  50. Sorority girls sitting "indian style" with "indian" in the middle in west village tourist trap. http://meghan.nonsociety.com/lifecast/95226766-0-4 Could it get any worse??!

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  51. To Anon 12:00: Have you even been to Chicago? Plus, I think you'd better take another look at all the jobs that have been lost lately in New York. There haven't been half as many media jobs lost here. Don't sleep on Chicago. Seriously think before you type.

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  52. Um...there is objective data: New York is the number one media market in the US. Chicago is what? Third at the highest.

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  53. But Chicago has beaches! Perfect for April!

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  54. you guys got played..the Jules outing BFF trust was mine.. IP number has no meaning as it does not identify the prson ..hw many people in the Chicago land area that could have the same exact IP number??..

    now lets wise up people!

    I would expect such a high tech miss understanding from Meghanaise not this blog and forum..

    And btw if Jules really want to troll us she would do it from the iphone as it has dynamic IP numbers as all mobile devices do :)

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  55. Dahling, on behalf of NYC, I can say that we are sick and tired of this suburban midwestern poser, and we want her GONE. You (suburbs outside of Chicago) can take her back, and we don't even want anything in return - just to be rid of her.

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