Sunday, April 5, 2009

Yulia: Does she just change history now?

Yikes!! I remember my college application process being brutal, but nothing like this.
I was a bit of a mess my senior year in high school - and with no clear idea of what I wanted to be or do, I applied to a RANDOM, makes-no-sense, fire-your-guidance-counselor combination of schools:
1. Ohio University - accepted
2. Indiana University - accepted
3. Wellesley - waitlisted (boo! I would have gone there.)
4. William & Mary - accepted
5. Northwestern - accepted
6. Georgetown - accepted :)
7. Stanford University - totally rejected. sniff. My dream school.
If I could do it all over, I would have applied to a totally different range of schools … but then again, I loved Georgetown - and I can’t imagine what my life would have been like had I not gone there. Just goes to show that everything, including getting rejected from Stanford (ha), happens for a reason. :)

So wait. I thought it was the general knowledge on the Internets that she transfer to Georgetown after she go to the Indiana University school-place for a year. Yes?

Am I drunk on the vodka and making this up?

I go post photos of my vayina on World Wide Webnets now.

Update:

I not drunk. This from the Mediabistro article. Does Poofy think we are all so stupid and in sugar-cupcake coma so as to not notice when she flat out LIE?!?!?! Oh, Poofy. What you smoking there in Copenhagen?

Julia briefly attended Indiana University after high school, a detail airbrushed out of her public bio. She quit after a semester. Her parents landed her a job working as a legislative aide for family friend, Illinois Congressman Mark Kirk. That fall, she was accepted as a transfer at Georgetown University majoring in political science.

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  1. What most likely occurred:

    1. Ohio University - accepted
    2. Indiana University - accepted
    3. Wellesley - rejected
    4. William & Mary - waitlisted
    5. Northwestern - rejected
    6. Georgetown - waitlisted
    7. Stanford University - totally rejected

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  2. Where is Jake the bulldog when you need him??? I also belive to remember that she transferred to Georgetown from Indiana University. Why the sudden need to up her credentials?

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  3. She totes transferred to Georgetown from Indiana. If she got into Georgetown first try (and Northwestern, etc) on the first go as she claims, why the hell go to Indiana for a year?? Srsly. She is lying again.

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  4. http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=%22Julia+Baugher%22+%22Indiana+Daily+Student%22&btnG=Search

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  5. Totally lying. Also, I doubt that a woman who seems to need so much attention from men would actually attend Wellesley.

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  6. wow. why can't she just say these things? Who is she trying to impress now.
    Yes, it's true via simple logic -- if she got in to Northwestern, G-town, and wherever else, then she wouldn't have gone to Indiana, right!?

    I'm thinking she chose Indiana over Ohio because she didn't get in to Stanford and Wellesley and applied to the others when trying to transfer.

    Nice try, you freak. Just tell the truth!

    op

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  7. She commonly refers to her year as Indian U as her "bridge year" between HS and college. It's frequently referred to this in Europe, as I'm sure most of you know. Thing is, she cuts out the Indiana University part (she lasted 1 semester) and only discusses her time on the "hill." As if she interned the entire year. Her mom got her the gig on the hill. And, during that period, she made connections and got into Georgtown.

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  8. 100% didn't get into Gtown on the first try, otherwise she'd have gone there right away.

    Also agreed with 6:49. The odds of her attending an all-girls school where she'd be threatened (smart, unimpressed female population) rather than the option of being a threat herself (Indiana with its coed, party school atmosphere or Georgetown where she had to up the ante as the "sex columnist" at a religious school when the political rise just wasn't happening), is slim to.. no, just none, period.

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  9. She had the benefit of her politically-inclined internship, and I'm sure an entrance essay expounding on all she'd "learned" from it (leaving out the sleep with a congressman and publicize it part, natch) to get her into Georgetown. She definitely leaves the Indiana part out of EVERY story and has even been caught referring to her "freshman year" at -- where else -- Georgetown. Not so much, Julia!

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  10. New Trier Cringes...April 5, 2009 at 7:09 PM

    New Trier HS publishes a list of the graduating seniors colleges/univ/plans....I wonder if we could get a hold of that??
    She is SO burned. What is wrong with her? Why
    bother with this type of deception?

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  11. If she went to Georgetown in the 2nd semester of her freshman year, she's technically not lying...Or did she start Georgetown as a sophomore?

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  12. Better question still--who approaching 30 gives a fig about college acceptances? I mean, once I picked a school I rarely gave the process a second thought. Then again, I got into a pretty darn good school on the first try.

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  13. she went to Georgetown in what would have been her 1st semester of her soph. year. She dropped out of Indiana after the 1st semester of freshman year and interned through spring and summer on the hill.

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  14. Also, she let a congressman put his peen in her vayina during that time.

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  15. Hey Julia,

    I got into Harvard and Brown and was rejected from Georgetown! SO FREEKIN' PROUD! And I wroteon the Georgetown rejection form (they ask where you plan to attend) and told them I'm deciding between two ivies, thankyouverymuch.

    I would never have gone there. I was a runner and I got a little caught up in good track and field teams, but you wouldnt know that.

    Let's anonymously post all of our undergrad schools, no? Or schools we got in to? Let's throw it back to her!

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  16. Indiana U at New Trier High School is where the dumb, rich kidlets, who were too embarrassed to go to the state school, pay $35 grand a year for a comparable education.

    I'm sure these are the results of her transfer applications. It's much easier to transfer into these schools after even one semester of credit under her belt (not to mention THE HILL THE HILL internships) than after senior year.

    I'm sure she coasted her way through NTHS via pulling the same flaky BS she seems to do so well with her life now.

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  17. Columbia College/Columbia University!

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  18. U Mass Amherst class of 1999

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  19. ^p/t student at RISD too!

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  20. Well, maybe it's not entireeeely hogwash. It's possible she got accepted to Northwestern (though I much doubt it) but decided not to go b/c it's in her backyard.

    Also, I do have a friend who was accepted to the UofChicago (where she ultimately went) but decided to go to UVa her first year before reapplying in 2nd year as a transfer upon realizing her huge mistake.

    Of course, Indiana is no UVa.

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  21. yeah, I understand she lived near northwestern, but come on. you say no to the best school on your list?

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  22. It's really not even about the technicalities, she has always implied that she began school at Georgetown, and quite purposefully sans any mention of Indiana or having transferred from there after a semester. The IU omission has never been a simple oversight and, if she'd been honest about it, would lend some depth to her story rather than her claiming to have been at GU the whole time and yet STILL having struggled to graduate and having battled disciplinary action constantly due to her ignorance of the rules and regulations within the college system. Her story doesn't look any better without admission of attenting Indiana. If anything, that reveal would have rendered her inconsistency and thinking she was above the rules "the norm" as far as she was concerned. In an attempt to appear perfect and without fault though, *PER* usual, she opted to ignore all this.

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  23. California State University, Northridge - senior year drop out

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  24. Dear Russian Girl,

    Did you not get the memo? This is the World According to Julia. If she says it didn't happen, it didn't happen. Please erase Indiana Univesity from your memory.

    Oh and Michael, you may need to pretend you are European Royalty to get the pink attention of Our Lady of Entitlement. She deserves a crown, ladies-in-waiting and servants who adore her and constantly remind her of how wonderful, intelligent, beautiful and special she is.

    If you can provide that, you're in.

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  25. Jack the BulldogApril 5, 2009 at 8:13 PM

    Why would anyone with dad revenue attend Indiana U if they got into Georgetown, Northwestern , and William and Mary? This make little, if any, sense to me. Looks like Mother Baugher pulled some strings and made sure wittle Julia wouldn't get rejected by GU the second time around. So happy that Julia Baugher is SO HAPPY! about having attended Georgetown, particularly as I prayed on a daily basis for her NOT to show up in my classes.

    Re: the recent post, who gives a shit at this stage in the game about where one went to college. Grow up, Foolia, and give yourself a Pepsi challenge: try not lying about your credentials for at least one week.

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  26. If she was this bad at IU and GeorgeTown did she actually graduate high school? Or was that another Momsters and Daddy Revenue intervention?

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  27. 8:12 Julia Allison also deserves a jewel-encrusted thrown.

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  28. This is what irritated me about her long bulimia confession, too. She implied that she was going through it after high school as a freshman at Georgetown. Selective honesty doesn't work for me, sorry.

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  29. I am currently in my 7th year of college- writing my dissertation as we speak - and I think, and talk, about college WAY less than Bachelors-Julia.

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  30. Dirty Lake MichiganApril 5, 2009 at 8:39 PM

    Hmmm...
    Loser that I am, went to a community college for two years while working full time. Transferred to a state school and graduated magna cum-laude. Again, working full time and paying my own way. I didn't have the luxury of wealthy parents. I did however, have the benefit of hardworking, honest blue-collar parents who placed value on honesty and accountability. Apparently, they loved me unconditionally. Shame really, because that experience has taught me the value and reward of hard work and pulling my own weight.
    I don't have ivy creds.
    So I totally suck in Julia world.

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  31. Anon 734. You are proud you got into Ivy's because of sports? Who cares? Stupid comparison or whatever u were trying to do.

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  32. Dirty Lake Michigan, if more Americans had your upbringing, work ethic, and upbringing, we wouldn't be in the mess we are today.

    Love you.

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  33. oops totally doubled upbringing, i meant integrity for the third attainment :)

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  34. Everyone makes mistakes. No one has the perfect past he or she would like. The revelation of past mistakes is one of the threads that invite a reader to trust a confessional writer like he or she would trust a friend. And that is just another reason Julia fails. Instead of taking the opportunity to be honest about her admissions experience (in between shilling Zappos, of course) she lies. There is no admissions narrative until she chooses to create one. It's baffling how she constantly chooses to make herself seem so damn bland. Not to mention a liar.

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  35. If your parents are able to afford college - any college - and you quit for some arbitrary reason, you're a coddled spoiled brat. There are people who would KILL to be able to afford to go to school, especially some of those schools. I don't understand anybody who turns down an opportunity at an education. Nor do I respect her parents for getting her in to Georgetown, thereby stealing an opportunity from somebody more deserving.

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  36. Dirty Lake MichiganApril 5, 2009 at 9:06 PM

    Thank you anon 8:44.
    There is something truly humbling and wonderful about acceptance of one's life and circumstance. Bettering oneself should always be the objective goal so it's not about thinking of being above or beneath anyone. It's really about being true to oneself and expressing that truth... even if it's not in a fame-ball way. Believe it or not, Julia is a girl I genuinely worry about. The snarks are funny. The comments here are hysterical and genius at times. Really, what WILL happen to this girl when her balloon pops?

    Love you back my fellow human. :)

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  37. @Anon 7:09 PM:

    You can bet your sweet ass that speech writer momsers pulled out all the stops in crafting Julia's entrance essay. In fact, I am pretty sure that momsers has written the majority of Julia's past content since there is a marked difference between Julia's old work and, let's say, her recent screed on Lunch.com or the summary about the date with the sycophant.

    P.S. I love this:
    http://wwjad.tumblr.com/post/92250151

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  38. Female Stanford '03 here. I may have taken Julia's spot.

    Oops.

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  39. In the Ivy league, Stanford is considered the shit school that all the losers go to. Just saying.

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  40. It occurred to me that Julia's 10 year high school reunion should be happening this year. I'm surprised we haven't heard her go on and on about it yet.

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  41. Anon 10:14 You're just pretentious enough to be Julia's BFF. Email her!

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  42. ja-olics anonymousApril 5, 2009 at 10:28 PM

    there has to be a story in the exit from I.U. I wish some enterprising downsized journo would take that on...
    hey come to think of it... maybe L.I.U. actually stands for Leaving Ind Uni?

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  43. Uh, WHAT 8:43?

    She got rejected from Julia's 2nd-attempt-then-got-in (and much less relevant if credentials are the thing) school, YET accepted to two Ivies JA would only dream of gaining admission to, much less attending. That was the point, in case you'd missed it.

    ++ co-sign on the love for Dirty Lake Mich; too many ridiculously entitled brats galavanting around the education system, and for too long now. Thankfully they're suffering (slash making their parents suffer, as most are still living off them well into their 30s) quite a bit now, and still, not nearly enough.

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  44. SHE IS SUCH A LIAR!!! I CANT STAND IT!!! seriously, she HAS to know that this stuff is easy to check up on. she can't really be that stupid...

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  45. 10:14 But Stanford isn't an Ivy League school, so why does it matter what the Ivy League thinks?

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  46. Thank you 10:56, none of these schools are Ivy League. That is a title reserved only for those eight schools in the conference. While Northwestern, Stanford and Georgetown are on par, educationally, they are still far less selective than any of the eight schools comprising the ivy League.

    American University, 2000 / Corcoran 2003

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  47. She mentions being a Delta Gamma, making her "sisters" with Rambo and I think also Meghanaise. There is no Delta Gamma at Georgetown. There is, however, Delta Gamma at Indiana University.

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  48. The only women from my school who pledged a sorority and then left school the same year were either the ones who had "issues" or who flunked out. You don't go through a semester of bullshit from Sisters just to leave 6 months later.

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  49. And by issues I mean:

    Drugs, alcohol, pregnancy, nervous breakdown, etc.

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  50. 12:01, 12:02

    nice theory. she probably just didn't like IU or the sorority and dropped out.

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  51. Anon 11:15, not true re: "selectivity." Georgetown's admissions rate is quite low and far more selective than some of the ivies. That's why our lady of dishonesty never made it through during the first go round.

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  52. Anon 12;15, but didn't Foolia mention something about "issues?" Bulimia or something? And if she didn't like the sorority, why does ol' Jackles mention it now and again? Everybody knows that Georgetown doesn't have a Greek system. You'd think that the epsilon minus would be savvy enough NOT to mention the sorority if she wanted everyone to think that she spent all four years at GU. Naw . . .

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  53. ok. as an indiana university alumni, i feel obligated to pitch my two (three?) cents:

    1. indiana university is a great school. no need to knock it because julia is embarrassed of her one semester stint. yes, we were the #1 party school in america for a bit, but the school has tough programs and excellent resources. it's also extremely selective about letting people in, especially when it comes to out of state students. just sayin.

    2. if anything, she left because she couldn't take the heat socially. students and professors alike do not give a fuck about who you are, where you came from, what you wear, what you own, who you know, etc. we hoosiers can smell bullshit a mile away and most of us won't tolerate it. it's not hard to imagine her alone in her dorm room crying because nobody likes her / nobody is kissing her ass.

    3. it has been mentioned here before that she lived in teter-rabb..if anyone can dig up what floor she lived on, i can probably get a full report on julia baugher's lost semester. a bunch of my friends lived in teter-rabb at the same time as our fair lady. i've asked a couple people about her and so far, nobody remembers her.

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  54. Exactly 12:20: State schools don't cater to anyone - because they don't have to.

    And Indiana is a great school - I know their music program is renowned, actually.

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  55. This is a bizarre not-even-conspiracy theory:

    We all know Julia Allison's mom was a Nixon speechwriter... Doesn't Julia kinda look like Nixon? Something about the eye shape and eyebrows... Who needs the milkman?

    ;)

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  56. Photo of Julia at age 17:

    http://julia.nonsociety.com/main.php?search=dan+prom

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  57. Good find, 12:46AM!

    She looks COMPLETELY different in this pic.
    Guess this is before the nose job?

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  58. Anon 12:20, good point and very interesting. Georgetown coddles students to an extent unimagined by other universities, public or private, and mostly to keep their incredible high retention rate, something like 92%. As I've said before, Julia would have flunked out or been expelled anywhere else--she should kiss the ground that Georgetown sits on.

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  59. There are only seven schools in the Ivy League. And whoever thought it would be "cool" for everyone to list their credentials, and then everyone who listed their credentials? You guys need to grow up.

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  60. Oh shit, who ever remembers Columbia?

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  61. Harvard '08. If we have a Kaavya Viswanathan and Yale has an Aleksey Vayner, then Georgetown can certainly have a Julia.

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  62. Uhm, did anyone notice she edited the post? Still no open admission of her lie but it appears she gave herself a loophole to deny her bold-faced attempt at erasing history.

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  63. double-rejected from Stanford, nice... Good eye/memory JJ!

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  64. 10:14, 11:15
    Stanford alum here and I just have to say that Stanford is much more selective than many Ivies.

    Based on 2009 info)

    7.6% compared to Harvard's 7%, Yale's 7.5& Brown's 11%, Columbia's 9.8, Cornell's 19%, UPenn's 17% and Duke's 17%. So it's more than twice as competitive as 3 Ivies and only Harvard and Yale are more competitive-but by only .6 and .1 percent. I couldn't find any info about Princeton.

    Considering it's just as competitive, feature similar class sizes, comparable faculty and a endowment that is larger than all but Yale's and Harvard's, it's not a shit school 11:14.

    Also if your parent make less than 100k -no tuition charge and if your parents make less than 60k no tuition and no room and board.

    Sorry about the rant but Cardinal Pride!

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  65. fyi duke isn't in the ivy league. you forgot dartmouth.

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  66. amazing that the edit is just a change about being rejected twice by Stanford rather than, idk, an admission about having transferred into Georgetown.

    . Stanford University - totally rejected. twice. (I tried to transfer there, too!) sniff. It was my dream school.

    If I could do it all over, I would have applied to a totally different range of schools … but then again, I loved Georgetown and I can’t imagine what my life would be like had I not gone there. Just goes to show that everything - including getting double-rejected from Stanford (ha) - happens for a reason. :)


    Yeah, I'd say there was a brilliant reason you didn't get Ivy admission. I think they typically require something more tangible than a big mouth and (maybe) the grades to get in. I don't doubt she had them wading through pages detailing her extensive community service and good faith activism. ::eye roll::


    Also, this annoyed me:

    "I took this photo at LEGOland with my iphone camera!"

    It follows a photo that was also clearly taken with her "iphone camera" but I have to say it just irks when people feel the need to namedrop the brand of their tech like that. "cameraphone" or "phone's camera" would do just fine Jules, everyone and there mother not only owns an iphone too, but knows you have one already.

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  67. Honest question: would it have been better if she had said "Photo credit: me"?

    I really do think she's trying not to annoy people. Maybe we're just at that stage where you hate somebody no matter what they do. You know like that annoying person at work who you just HATE? I think JA is that person to a lot of us.

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  68. I think many of us are definitely at that stage, but I don't try to nitpick at JA (or anyone, for that matter) it's just aggravating when people in general feel they need to "insert brand name here" when the object can just be described as easily through its utility. The reader email some girl sent her about date prep that was basically a slew of brand name after brand name annoyed me too. Maybe she's trying not to annoy people now, but every action is so tainted by her past behavior it's going to take a long stretch of her attempting to differentiate before she starts getting a pass on insignificant things. Basically, she needs to stop assigning unnecessary titles and extended information on whoever she's around and endorsing product with every other breath.

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  69. I got rid of the "prom" from that search query (12:46) just to curiously see how much she mentioned dan. So many posts. I'm sure I'm asking a reeeeal stupid question here, but what ever happened to this?

    So, I had a bit of trouble live-blogging the inaug as:

    1) Dan had two cats, but no wireless.
    2) BoltBus’s internet on the way home didn’t work.
    3) My apartment’s connection is BARELY working now - I can hardly upload photos, let alone any of the video footage I shot. It’s like back to the land of Prodigy dialup, no joke.

    I still have a ton of photos/videos from the actual inaug to upload, but I’ll have to do it tomorrow at Next, because this is driving me mad.

    In the meantime, please check out the last 20 or so posts, as I’ve now corrected the time stamps on them, so you can see the accurate chronology of events, as well as additional details (like links, descriptions, etc).


    Did those posts ever come?

    Also:
    With Elly, who only brought only one (very warm) set of clothing to DC with her. Here we are in Dan’s lobby before we walked to the Yale Law School “ball.” Except when we got there (on time, I might add), we looked in the windows and there were only, like, 3 people, so we turned right around and came back. Or, rather, I went to the Huffington Post ball downtown and Elly went home (Huff Po was definitely black tie and she didn’t have a gown; see “only one set of clothing” above).

    I always say that I take the party with me wherever I go, but that was pushing it.


    The Marchesa dress was from Ilus I think, so maybe it doesn't make a diff., but I'm gathering that she borrowed the dress for a no-publicity event (maybe she thought she'd find a potential Yalie Law bf or hubby?), that had too few people to hold her interest/give her enough attention, which she then ditched to crash the HuffPo party. Now it makes so much sense that back when this happened there was some photo (obv not posted by her) online of her by herself, seemingly looking through photos on her own camera at the Huffpo party.

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  70. Well the borrowing for a no PR included event only becomes a problem if they get a price cut or discount when borrowing the dresses. The regularity with which they've mentioned them in the past makes me think thats the case, so if anything she needs to be photographed in the dress to make up for that $$$ loss for Ilus - hence her having to crash the HP ball. No photos taken at the Yale thing and not enough people to make it seem legit for the discount even if they had been taken.

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  71. Anon 5.23 - you know the thing that cracked me up about Julia's "taken with my iPhone camera" comment is that it, as with so many other things Julia does, is completely misguided.

    I'd say a large number of people who have an iPhone (including myself) would say that the camera isn't good enough. It's the bit of the phone that lets down all the other amazing things you can do with it. As soon as I saw the iPhone camera mention, I thought "why is she boasting about that? As if somebody out there doesn't know you can take a picture...using your phone!" and sure enough, the photo is decent, but blurry in places and certainly not the kind of photo Steve Jobs would use to show off the phone. It's just a really odd thing to say...unless it's in the context of "sorry this photo isn't great, but I took it on my iPhone and hey the iPhone did the job I wanted it to."

    It's like she's constantly saying what she thinks people want her to say so she's "in"...and then she ends up not hitting the mark.

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  72. University of the Count of Monte Cristo class of 2006, BS in Media Relations

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  73. Scary wierdness..

    Did not the Show Rosanne also have a grandmother in GlenEllyn?

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  74. I have no idea about her true college acceptance rate, but I do know that when people ask where I went to college, I tell them the place I graduated from - sometimes I'll add in the school I went to my freshmen year, but then comes the questions of "why did you transfer?" etc. So, if she went there just for a semester (I believe it says that somewhere on the internet, right?), I don't think it's that big a deal that she kind of edits that out of her past.

    And for the record, I DID get into the school I transferred into for my sophomore year when I first applied to several different universities. But I'll admit that I made the wrong decision of where to go for my freshmen year because I liked my first schools location better. Sigh. Oh well at least I learned sooner rather than later and graduated on time.

    Let me reiterate that I'm not commenting on the truthfulness of where she was accepted; I'm just saying that it IS possible to get accepted into a school, go somewhere else, and then transfer into the school you were originally accepted to.

    But ouch, that article she linked to... that's brutal!

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  75. Allison,

    All that might be fine and good. But there is no way Julia Allison chose to go to Indiana U over Georgetown if, in fact, she got into both schools the first time. If she it was something like Brown vs. Welseyan, or U Indiana Vs. U Ohio, then, YES, I could see making the wrong decision with two very similar schools. U Indiana and Georgetown are in completely different realms.

    And, yes, Indian is a great school but it's no nonesense and no one will coddle you. If you don't show up to class, you'll get an F and you'll be sent packing home. Georgetown professors will follow up with you, give you chances, and work with parents to retain you.

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  76. Allison - it's "freshman year" not "freshmen year."

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  77. My bad, Anonymous.

    I don't really know the difference between the the difficulty of getting into Georgetown and Indiana U, but I thought they were both good schools. She admitted that she no idea what she wanted to do, so it's possible that after working for a semester for a Congressman, that she realized that Georgetown, especially the location, would be ideal for her?

    Who knows.

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  78. Allison - you DO realize they already filled Mary's place on TMI, right? Meaning all the sucking up and Defending Julia's Honour that you do all over the internet isn't going to make Julia be bffs4ever with you...you know this, right?

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  79. Allison, No snark -- I am genuinely curious as to why you often pop up here to defend Julia. Can you please let us know why? You were often commented early and often back over on the old QOTD, too. WHY do you defend and support Julia? I think many of us are genuinely curious.

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  80. Whoa, partypants. Being objective has nothing to do with "sucking up."

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  81. You're right. Let me know when she starts being objective instead of a little suckup.

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  82. Why is she writing about applying to colleges? Did she apply to business school or something? I don't go to their site, so I don't know if there's an explanation or not.

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  83. A lot of kids from my high school went to IU, since I grew up in Indiana. I cannot imagine--except in a sorority setting--how JABA could fit in there.

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  84. Once Jill learned that she'd have to take the GREs for HBS, the scheduling of which she blogged about, she didn't follow through. She only had 2 options for taking the GREs if she wanted to apply for Fall 09' acceptance and decided to go to the Davos Piano Bar instead. Priorities! Priorities!

    And, Allison, you would have a point IF Julia even admitted to the public that she attended Indiana University. She is ashamed for no good reason. We could all careless what school she attended it's that Julia makes a HUGE deal about Georgetown while NEVER PUBICALLY admitting that her Freshman year took place at Indiana University and THE HILL. Not Georgetown. Plenty of people transfer and most would report, if asked, where they graduated from. No argument from me with your point. Again, Julia has written about and been interviewed about this period of her life and she lies or does not admit that she first went to Indiana.

    It's in keeping with her faux biography that she pimps around. She's a liar. The sooner you, and everyone else realizes that (and most of her friends know she's a liar), we'll all be better off.

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  85. Further, Yoolio has the nerve to discuss Delta Gamma in the context of Georgetown when Georgetown has NEVER, in its history, had a Delta Gamma soriority on the campus.

    Is that lying, Allison?

    She says she dropped out of the sorority because it wasn't her "thing" but that she still misses her sorority sisters. She didn't drop out of the sorority, she dropped out of IU. To her own admission, she did "no work" her Freshman year.

    All of the big state universities in the midwest offer FINE educations. In fact, when I moved here from the Northeast (NYC), I got a lot of flack from employers for attending a small liberal arts private college. There's nothing wrong with IU other than the fact that it's seemingly shameful to Julia Baugher and her parents who demand excellence from their children at the expense of their mental health.

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  86. What I don't get is why does it matter? She's 30 something fucking years old, for christs sake. It's not like tooting that she went to GU is garnering her a lot of support from fellow alumnis. It's not like GU is the holyshitomgultimateineducation.com on the planet. What's the benefit of her CONSTANTLY bringing it up? She reminds me of my step-uncle Roger, who feels the need to remind us on a daily basis that he got the winning touchdown in the state champ game in 1974.

    Julia's life peaked with her wired cover, and she's jumped the badger. All she has left is her past glories. Ladies and gentlemen, Julia Allison, the Blanche Dubois of the internet.

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  87. She would have to take the GMAT, not the GRE for HBS, no?

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  88. GMAT, you're totally correct. As mentioned above, I'm a liberal arts gal so I'm GRE centric.

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  89. PartyPants, pathetic cool girl club member extraordinaire, I love you. Your comment was fantastic. You must have laid off the sauce this morning ;-)

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  90. GRE's a harder test, but I can't imagine she'd do well on either.

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  91. Partypants: Thanks for that update. I could really care less though. As I said in my initial post, I was merely pointing out (based on my experiences) that there's a possibility that she COULD have gotten into Georgetown the first time around.

    Jing: I have no idea why she doesn't admit to going to Indiana U. But also, has she ever denied it? I've never read anything saying that she has actually denied it. Maybe I'm missing something? Please enlighten me.

    To 9:46 (of course you're posting anonymously..): I'm not really sure why I read these boards. Sometimes things that are posted are amusing, sometimes you're just down-right mean and uncalled for, but that's besides the point. In this instance, I was trying to point out that what she said might be the truth, but I also stated that I have no idea if she's telling the truth.

    I've stated this many, many times... I don't agree with everything NS or JA. The botox? Gross. Obsessive weight and size watching? Give me a break. Maybe her parents do help her out (especially when it comes to that ridiculous rent payment), but so what? My parents help me with a couple of small bills, but then again, I'm less than a year out of college, so I'm not sure that's really the same thing.

    But I can relate to her as to why she won't reveal who pays for what in her life. I have a substantial chunk of money from an insurance settlement (I believe I was once questioned about this on the QoD boards) that subsidizes (sp?) about 2/3 of my rent and when people question me, "No, really, how do you afford this apartment?" It's a bit intrusive and annoying. I almost want to say, "Is that really any of you business?"

    I'm not sure that really answers the original question, but maybe that answers why I feel I can relate to her a tiny bit in certain instances? Most instances I definitely I cannot because I don't have rich parents and I don't jet set around the world (damn!). Supposedly she's done some despicable things in her past, but I don't know if we should hold someones' past against them forever.

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  92. TJ, you know very well that Sober and I got divorced years ago and never see each other now. Me + Sauce + catlady = myonlinepersona.com

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  93. At IU the rush process is over winter break and you don't actually get into the sorority until after that... so how could she drop out before first semester ended AND be a DG?

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  94. Allison--do you think saying she went to GU her freshman year is "not admitting" she went to IU? Or lying? Or is that the same thing to you?

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  95. "Supposedly she's done some despicable things in her past, but I don't know if we should hold someones' past against them forever."

    The problem is, it's not in her past. She continues to do despicable, entitled, self-centered things. I get that for whatever reason you feel some sympathy for Blanche but you have GOT to see the truth.

    The only thing Julia Allison cares about is killing any internet Galileo that challenges the Juliacentricity she promotes. If you refuse to orbit Julia, you will be silenced. Nevermind the fact that she is nothing but a ball of hot gas. She deserves your full attention and adoration.

    That is why we hate her.

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  96. Pam Jones (formerly Anon 9:46) Pam is my real name... really.April 6, 2009 at 10:27 AM

    "To 9:46 (of course you're posting anonymously..)"

    Allison, not only did you not answer my question but now you're bagging on people for posting anonymously here?? Just because I choose to remain anonymous on the internet does that make my question or opinion less valid? You're logic (and your rambling answer above) is about as faulty and full of holes as Julia Allison's - YAY.com! You have something in common!

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  97. "Feeling very blessed right now. :)"

    Sound the alarms!

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  98. "Feeling very blessed right now. :)"

    Woohoo, looks like someone finally slipped Princess One-Year-Away-From-Rickets-Thanks-Bulemia! a wellbutrin in her blueprint cleanse.

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  99. Oh goodie! Another SO SO SO HAPPY post. Even Julia's manic episodes are becoming boring and predictable now. Mix it up, girl! Go Courtney Love on us! Shave your head! Your current brand of crazy is snooze.com.

    I guess if I was traveling Europe on daddybucks or someone else's dime, had no responsibilities and no career and a convenient detachment from reality, I'd feel very blessed too. It's very easy to feel blessed when you completely ignore the fact you are nearly 30 and have no meaningful career, personal life, relationships or achievements to be proud of. Julia Allison has achieved nothing on her own.

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  100. "I'm in love w him! We're going to have babies. Or sex. We'll start w sex." - me on Ed Westwick. "Why don't you start w MEETING him?" - Megsabout 17 hours ago from web

    Attention Ed Westwick: HIDE

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  101. MORE pictures of airports! Oh Julia, you ARE living differently! SO glad you have the opportunity to travel and really appreciate and document the different places to go. How cultured you are! How insightful you are! I bet you really appreciate the different cuisines of other countries, too! Oh wait...

    "can’t say I’ve been the biggest fan of Danish cuisine, unfortunately."
    - Julia Allison

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  102. Uh...don't they just eat like...meatballs and cabbage and cheese? I only ate one meal there (I lived in Germany, not That Daneland Sunplace) but I'm pretty sure it was cheesy spinach with meatballs or something. I mean basically a freakin Stouffer's dinner for cryin out loud.

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  103. Julia's constant obsessing about celebrities (actually, FICTIONAL CHARACTERS), colleges and now the downright juvenile "coverage" of her recent travels make her look and sound like a 15 year old girl. I mean really... if I had no idea who Julia Allison was and just stumbled across her blog and twitter, I'd think she was in high school - not 28 years old. Her behavior isn't "cute" or "funny" or "whimsical." It's fucked up. I think her arrested development and mental regression is the most disturbing thing about her.

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  104. Exactly, Sarah. She calls herself a writer and yet fails miserably at making use of the rich material she finds where she goes.
    Instead of telling a story of her visit in Legoland, she gives us quotes she literally wrote off a wall and pics with captions that even an untalented pr-person would find too dull to consider. Same with the "Denmark" royals etc.
    At least she learned a new adjective.

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  105. Allison, if you (meaning you, Julia or anyone out there) put your personal life out there, you can't then demand that people don't question you about it.

    Did anyone probe your personal life and make public your living and financial situation, or did you post it on the Net all by yourself?

    Julia still does despicable things and the only remorse or regret she ever feels is when her vileness is publicly exposed and her "I'm a good person! I'm really a nice person!" bullshit is shot down once again.

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  106. OK peeps: did we miss this gem: Ladies and gentlemen, Julia Allison, the Blanche Dubois of the internet - LOL

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  107. Anon 1106: Well it WAS a pretty obscure reference for some people.

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  108. Party-

    You're so right! The danes eat cheesy stouffers lean cuisine noodle type dishes. The food is quite "heavy" and since Jules believes in starvation or binging instead of portion control, she probably can't figure out a way to "eat" without going into a complete body dysmorhpia meltdown.

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  109. "Allison--do you think saying she went to GU her freshman year is "not admitting" she went to IU? Or lying? Or is that the same thing to you?"

    If she did 4 years at Georgetown, then her first year WAS her freshman year. Anyone know if she did 4 years at Georgetown?

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  110. Now now, ladies, they DO have and actually eat salads in Denmark and not everything is heavy and loaded with fat/lard, although, stemming from the peasant-tradition (my Danish colleague claims that they are peasants at heart still today), say, more substantial dishes are overrepresented.

    http://www.mindspring.com/~cborgnaes/salad_frame.html

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  111. TJ, she'd be better served to put a sandwich in her mouth - it'd solve her two main problems at once.

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  112. Mary had some jabs at that set of issues passively over the weekend

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  113. Just because I choose to remain anonymous on the internet does that make my question or opinion less valid?

    It doesn't make your opinion less valid, but not posting anonymously makes Alison's more valid. That's my anonymously posted opinion, which is still valid despite being anonymous.

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  114. I just emailed VH1 to pitch a show. "A Shot At Kevin Rose in a Surreal House in My World", starring Tila Tequila, David Schwimmer, Jowlia, Tina Yothers, David Karp, and the Woz.

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  115. Julia's recent sharing of her travels reminds me of just how very culturally tone deaf and uneducated she is when it comes to culture, art, media, etc. (despite that GEORGETOWN!!!!! education). When she does mention books, art or movies on her blog, it's usually along these lines:

    - I just read [overexposed airport bookstore business book] and it's SOOOO AHHHMAZING!!!
    - I just saw [cheesy rom com] and it CHANGED MY LIFE. Let me share some quotes with you!!!!
    - I just visited and art museum and spent my time there taking pictures of myself.

    For all her bragging about her fancy education, she really does comes off as a backwoods simpleton.

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  116. Well, you can lead a horse to the water, but you cannot make it drink...

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  117. I think my favorite "MY POKEMANS" moment with Jowlia was when she said something about "He's Just Not That Into You". She somehow managed to imply that SHE had, in fact, written all of this already, years before, at GU. I will have to find where that thunderclap of irony is hidden, because it's the ultimate example of her stunning self-awareness.

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  118. "You can lead a whore to culture but you can't make her think"...sez Dorothy Parker

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  119. Wait, time out!

    I thought Jules went to Long Island University!?

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  120. so HAPPY to be in London! HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY! this girl, um, nearly thirty, woman is nuts. completely and utterly psychotic.

    can't think of a HAPPIER place than denmark or london right now, in early april, without a man. poor thing! seriously, there is no way she actually lives in new york right?

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  121. Not to thread-jack, here, but:
    Julia's tv appearances, aqnd conferences videos and blog posts about mean internet people and their "ad hominem" attacks is driving me crazy.

    Julia: an ad hominem attack is when you respond to someone's argument with a perosnal attack on them. Like Dick Cheney's says, "Detention without charge is allowed under the uniform code of military conduct." And then I say: "Dick Cheney is fat and smells like cabbage." That's ad hominem.

    See? Ad hominem implies an argument has been put forth. People calling you a liar and dumb and psycho isn't an ad hominem attack. Because you're not arguing anything. You're just you.

    The attacks may be mean. They may be perosnal and they may be rude. But they're not ad hominem.

    Also: ineffable means to defy description. But it isn't always positive like you seem to think it is. The ineffable horrors of Rwanda, for instance, of ther ineffable misstapes of nonsociety.com.

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  122. word god was so worked up he typed twice his normal speed and misspelled every other word. Grrr

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  123. *sigh*! Danemark was totes fun. I modelled some wooden shoes, took pictures of the lego logo, and got sponsored by Ikea for an in-store appearance to sing "Bear Necessities" while assembling a Poang. Everyone was SO SO NICE and I learned that embracing culture (hello, their Pizza Hut bathrooms are completely different) makes ME a nicer SO. HAPPY. person! gettingtheflockoutofdenmark.com now."

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  124. Now taking bets on what pictures and "A game content" come out of her visit to London. It's like Baugher Bingo: International Edition! My guesses:
    1. Picture acting "craaazy" next to a Royal Guard
    2. Riding the tube
    3. Riding the eye
    4. Picture in front of Big Ben
    5. Complaint about British food
    6. Crushing on Prince Harry and or Prince William

    Add your own bingo squares below! The "per usual" EXCITING airport photo is your free square.

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  125. Picture of Buckingham Palace. Caption: WANT!

    Picture of Julia on a Soapbox at Speaker's Corner

    Harrod's!!!

    Silly Bond Girl Pose

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  126. Oh, oh and: 10 Downing Street with some stupid Love Actually reference.

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  127. 7. Picture of double decker tourbus, bitchy comment about how she would NEVER do anything so touristy.
    8. Picture of her on top of double decker tourbus.
    9. 500 word essay and pictures describing how the doors are 'so omg tiiiiiny'
    10. Pictures of Jowly standing in the EXACT curry booth where Beowulf was written
    11. Irritating, pretentious use of 'rubbish', 'bollucks', 'cupper tie', and 'knackered'.

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  128. Bridget Jones re-enactment.

    All over Notting Hill in search of Hugh Grant.

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  129. Julia's High School Class TripApril 6, 2009 at 1:24 PM

    12. Having a beer in a pub with the disclaimer that she hates beer and never drinks.
    13. Trip to Topshop, home of her fug ankle boots.
    15. Mention of her pretty friend from high school who got married and lives in London.
    16. Mention of Oxford, Cambridge and some condescending remark about how she *could* have gone there.

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  130. She belongs in Indiana, the only place she would make it... sorry all those living in Indiana.

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  131. 12. Mention of having lunch/dinner at a private club with [redacted].

    13. Post about some random quote from author and how it has changed or will change her lige

    14. Photo taken with iPhone with Megan in front of sculpture at tate modern with a quote such as "love this place!!"

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  132. "Megs and I are meeting with [CEO, CFO, COO, PR person] of [insert name of random British tech company here]. We are SOOOO excited!!! They are SOOOOO amazing and have SOOOO many amazing things to teach us. AM SO. SO. INSPIRED."

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  133. Actually, I loved, Love Actually...

    hmmm, must comment anon now.

    Great thread though, love the imagery.

    If she had ever followed through with her red hair idea, she could of ripped Lucy's bit with the royal guards, I am old.

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  134. 16 ... or whatever. Photo with "her new friends", British boys at said pub, claiming that she never drinks but they forced her too.
    17. Tweets the following morning about being hungover, because she never EVER drinks.

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  135. Hey Foolia

    From West Side Story:

    A lip dub:

    I like to be in America.
    Everything free in America.
    I live different in America
    But over here there's an ocean between me and Mary.

    Yeah, I know, it doesn't rhyme.

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  136. I love Love Actually, Bridget Jones and Hugh Grant. But it's standard Julia Allison MO to take beloved things in pop culture and add her own special brand of uninformed bumpkin misinterpretation to them so I will expect more of the same in London.

    I will add a bingo square: On her way home/when back home from her trip, Julia will dramatically proclaim how EXHAUSTED she is and how much she just wants to curl up in bed with Lilly for days on end. Poor wittle bunnykins leads such a hard, exhausting and tiring life.

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  137. "10. Pictures of Jowly standing in the EXACT curry booth where Beowulf was written
    11. Irritating, pretentious use of 'rubbish', 'bollucks', 'cupper tie', and 'knackered'."

    Those thoughts would never occur to her, she's so dense.

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  138. Frannie Hammie, you left out "spending 6 hours trying to 'run into Hugh Grant'"

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  139. http://thegirlkyle.tumblr.com/

    This girl is in LOVE with JA. Sick sick sick.

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  140. http://butterflydiary.com/?s=julia+allison

    Another ugh.

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  141. Allison.. while it's very sweet of you to consistently give her the benefit of the doubt, you're wasting your time doing it. It's actually SAFER to assume the completely skewed, fucked up interpretation of her behavior is correct - it falls in line with her past, there are no signs whatsoever of her changing, and the assumption there would probably be more accurate than thinking just once she might act out of character (read: normal, nice, considerate of others). It's sad that what I've referenced is "out of character" for her, but in this way it's much like believing that because an alcoholic has stopped drinking for 3 days or a week, they are no longer an alcoholic or won't revert to their regular patterns. Change doesn't happen overnight and her repetition of the same old patterns is indicative that it hasn't happened here (or yet).

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  142. "Alumnis", partypants? Wow, you must have gone to Georgetown!

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  143. That whole interview is just a bunch of contrived bullshit circle jerking. Dear Butterfly idiot - you are a shitty writer. You idolize a shitty non-writer. If you dream of being a writer, I suggest you a) learn how to write, because that was the most snore-inducing human interaction I've seen since "My Dinner With Andre"; b) stop wanting to be like ANYONE ELSE unless your dream is to write samespeak, comforting pablum for Reader's Digest and Lifetime Television.

    UGH! Next!

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  144. Anon 203: Yeah, I caught it after submitting :) Oh well.

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  145. I'm well aware that the correct word is "alumnees" thank you.

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  146. The only thing worse than being Julia Allison is being a fan of Julia Allison. I am sure those girls are not the only ones and I am sure there are/were many more. They're all part of an entire generation of Sex and the City Scary Sadshaws.

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  147. Amen, Anonymous 2:05!!! But has anyone noticed that these girls who seemingly idolize Julia Allison also are usually dowdy, fat and mousy brunettes? Of course she would seem like a gorgeous and glamorous celebrity to those bow-wows who have nothing better going on with their own boring lives.

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  148. Another square for Baugher Bingo International Edition:

    Julia mentioning the Obama's recent visit to London and somehow linking it back to herself/her overinflated sense of accomplishment and self importance. Just like how she could have been an Obama speechwriter!

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  149. I am ignoring her London news and updates because she is a bore and I can only stand so many airport shots. zzzzz............

    However, i want to go back to the beginning of this thread and address her LYING about university admissions. Doesn't her family read this blog? How about CD, Dan and her HS debate partner, Judy?

    Wouldn't they know the truth?

    have they had to endure her constant lying and revisionist history that they take it all in stride?

    My family and friends would openly call me out on it. Why does her circle allow her to get away with LYING repeatedly?

    I do not get how she goes through life making untrue claims and no one calls her on it. The woman IS mentally ill and it's pathetic that there is no one out there who cares enough about her to do anything about it.

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  150. SCARY SADSHAW!!! AHAHA that made me laugh so hard I feel like my neighbor's horse Ivanhoe gallop into my vayina area! I think my uterus broke.

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  151. 'The only thing worse than being Julia Allison is being a fan of Julia Allison." NAIL ON HEAD.

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  152. TJ, where'd you get the sorority stuff? I've never seen her say that, only that she and Mary and Meghan were all in the same sorority.

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  153. True that, anon 2:09. I have never seen a Julia Allison supporter or fan that is more attractive/skinnier/more accomplished/more popular than our own "celebrity" Julia Allison. Seems like she only attracts other sad wannabes to her special brand of being a Sad Wannabe(TM). Ooops. I'm sorry. I mean "PR Genius."

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  154. 2:11 - Maybe they gave up after years and years of trying. Dealing with anything pathological can be utterly frustrating and wear a person out. I don't understand why the parents don't cut off the cashflow, though or pay only under certain conditions, i.e., do something productive and meaningful with your life.

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  155. It has always stricken me that the people closest to Julia in life simply tolerate her and otherwise don't give a fuck. Maybe I'm wrong, though.

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  156. The latest TMI trainwreck revolves around therapy. I love how Julia acts as if she can speak for New Yorkers. Quit it with the cliches. Not everyone in New York has a therapist, and not everyone wants to be a seventeen-year-old, headband-obsessed WB star.

    YOU ARE NOT A NEW YORKER.

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  157. @11:17 AM:

    Well, clearly Julia's parents are nuts. They had their daughter mentioned in the local paper for everything (including acing a Latin Exam). The timeline seems to be as follows:

    Fall '99 - start IU
    Fall '01 - start Georgetown
    Spring '04 - graduate from Georgetown

    http://tinyurl.com/d99apf

    So, it does look like she transfered in as a sophomore. My guess is that momsers and daddy-warbucks made her take some community college classes or something if she really did leave IU after the first semester.

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  158. The reason Julia is the way she is and will never change is she doesn't feel a need to. She's broken all the rules growing up and was never disciplined. She just flirted her way out of all trouble. She will always be this way.

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  159. According to those newspaper articles, she didn't start at Georgetown until 2001... when she graduated in 1999. That's two years missing.

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  160. 0.5 years missing she was on hill in 2000..

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  161. So how long was she at IU then?

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  162. lol the TMI intro isn't even funny. "I'd bring a dartboard." Um... Lame.

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  163. Jeez, this newspaper is a goldmine. In '92 it looks like Robin Baugher was V.P. of the Wilmette Park Board and that she made her daugher, Julia (who must have been 11 around that time), write into the newspaper in support of a community playfield initiative. Crazy!

    http://news.wilmette.lib.il.us/details.asp?NewsID=132623
    http://news.wilmette.lib.il.us/details.asp?NewsID=132624
    http://news.wilmette.lib.il.us/details.asp?NewsID=132625
    http://news.wilmette.lib.il.us/details.asp?NewsID=132573

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  164. It is common knowledge that during those two years Julia was (insert innovative, groundbreaking, rule bending, risk taking, idea/story/activity that she did first and better and harder that got her noticed and made her the success she is today!!!! omgfuckcakes.com). You can google it, you know.

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  165. If anyone guessed a photo of a hotel room in Baugher Bingo: London, give yourself a square. Possibly the only thing less exciting/relevant than the inside of the airport is the inside of a hotel room. I can haz kultur?

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  166. 2:44 just search under the sorority or the sororities name on NS and also google.

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  167. Partypants, I thought the common knowledge was she only had one year between going from HS to Georgetown with IU falling in between. This is the first I've seen an extra year of time.

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  168. and Julia de Monte Cristo will use the word BLIMEY in 3...2..

    Damn. She made a "My Fair Lady" reference instead. Bingo sucks.

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  169. I refuse to speak or comment about Julia's "therapy alternative" tmi. Yes, I am a former therapist, trained etc. and her entire episode is a trainwreck.

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  170. Anon 2:54 I thought I had seen somewhere that there were two years? Shrug, w/e. Why don't you google that for me.

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  171. Hilarious! Julia's father ate Nixon's cakes as a presidential aide:

    http://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/chicagotribune/access/629122832.html?dids=629122832:629122832&FMT=ABS&FMTS=ABS:AI&date=Sep+17%2C+1972&author=ALDO+BECKMAN&pub=Chicago+Tribune&desc=Nixon+Aide's+Fringe+Benefit%3A+Eating+Presidential+Cakes&pqatl=google

    There is a long trail of articles on Google history about her parents.

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  172. F '99 - IU
    S '00 - ??
    F '00 - "legislative correspondent" for Mark Kirk?
    S '01 - "legislative correspondent" for Mark Kirk?
    F '01 - Georgetown

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  173. COED SLEEPOVERS? SHE SAYS YES, HE SAYS NO!

    Julia at 18 and her father debate:

    http://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/chicagotribune/access/41792650.html?dids=41792650:41792650&FMT=ABS&FMTS=ABS:FT&date=May+23%2C+1999&author=Ross+Werland&pub=Chicago+Tribune&desc=COED+SLEEPOVERS%3F+SHE+SAYS%2C+%22YES!%22+HE+SAYS%2C+%22NO!%22&pqatl=google

    She talked about this during her Mediabistro panel last year.

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  174. @Anon 3:07PM:

    WTF, is it genetic? My perspective on the cosmos just shifted there for a sec.

    Partypants, alumnae?

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  175. Is eating free Presidential cakes sort of like eating free grapefruit?

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  176. She needs to take a tip from Hamily Brill and just get off the internet. Go hide in mumsie's condo and do something less visible for a couple years.

    My cousin Gary is a dentist, he'd probably marry you in exchange for the downtown condo. Just saying.

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  177. Anon 3:11 "alumniuses"

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  178. It's disgusting taht she talked to ehr parents about sex and that her mother edited all of her columns talking about her sleeping with men. My parents would be horrified.

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  179. All of Julia's relationships, romantic or otherwise, are base on, "What can s/he do for me?" see below...

    "Baugher’s birth as a media darling dates back to last April, when Post Reliable Source columnist Lloyd Grove wrote about her dinner date at Georgetown’s Cafe Milano with attractive 32-year-old Rep. Harold Ford (D-Tenn.). “It’s amazing what dating a politician will do for your career,” says Baugher.

    From that point onward, says Baugher, no self-promotion skills were required: Reporters just called. “Every single one of them came to me,” says Baugher. "

    http://www.washingtoncitypaper.com/display.php?id=27944

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  180. Oh TMI Weekly - I watch and then I feel the shame.

    Julia's therapist is obviously doing a great job.

    And I think I've seen that lime green 'I want to look Dental Assistant from the Jetsons' number before - no?

    Meghan is just so horny. Honestly, maybe she should just pay for it now, just to get some relief. I feel for her. I do.

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  181. Isn't there a name for that right there? What is it? Oooohhhhg it's on the tip of my tongue? You know, when you use men to gain some kind of advantage? *sssssssss* darn what IS that word???

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  182. I have questions:

    1. What is she even doing in London? Why is she there?

    2. Why does she never mention Krystal anymore? Did she really only come along to be presented at the conference and was not allowed to join in the fun part? Has she explained that at any point to the loyal reader? Did she indeed travel als Julia's "partner" while Meghan paid for her own ticket and now took Julia to London in order to burn some airmiles?

    I don't read her stuff, so I wouldn't know.

    Pratypants: Alumniti? :)

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  183. ahem: pARtypants
    my sincerest apologies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  184. Fran: ALUMNUS-TINI!!! you knew it was coming.

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  185. Brattypants BaugherApril 6, 2009 at 3:34 PM

    I like Pratypants. Rhymes with Brattypants, which from scanning these old articles related to Julia's parents and upbringing is a name that accurately describes her.

    Brattypants Baugher. Brattypants Baugher goes on a field trip to Europe, comes home with model double decker bus to put on her bedroom shelf, right next to her articles discussing sex with dear old dad.

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  186. Meanwhile, on the West coast, Mary once again becomes homeless as the "frat house" collapses due to economic turmoil.

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  187. 3:38

    Last week Mary posted that the "frat house" had received "bad news." So, either their landlord was not paying his mortage, the frat boys were unable to pay rent, OR their lease wasn't renewed for some reason.

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  188. TJ, if you've already done the research, why won't you share?

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  189. Can't we all just chip in and get Mary a nice station wagon to live in?

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  190. Ha! I love the new TMI weekly freeze frame. Julia to the left with the caption "BEYOND THERAPY" below her. Jeez, even the NNN people must be tired of editing her batshit craziness!

    http://www.tmiweekly.com/episode/TMI_20090406

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  191. JA completed her freshman year at IU, despite any previous claims to the contrary. She came home for the summer to figure out what she was going to do and decided to work for Kirk, which lasted for a full school year. She began at Georgetown at the beginning of her sophomore year; thus, she graduated one year late ('04 instead of '03). Hopefully this will clear up any confusion. It is definitely correct.

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  192. And she was engaged to Kirk, wasn't she? I know that Kirk is now married to a leggy blond and both remain friends with the Baugher family.

    Thanks, anon 3:34. That would have given her time to pledge and join the sorority, then.

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  193. http://julia.nonsociety.com/main.php?search=sorority

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