Friday, May 8, 2009

UPDATED: What's Up With Lunch.Com?




Remember all those posts -- including one of the longest she'd written in months except for the one about the date with the hairy-armed Harry Potter type -- about how AWESOME Lunch.com was? There's another one today congratulating the Lunch.com people on their official launch.

We smell a rat.

First off, Lunch.com has been systematically and rapidly deleting any negative comments left after Jackles's reviews, according to various tipsters who reported leaving some after her laser hair removal review ( my stomach still churns at the memory). Lunch.com is also now actively Twitter-promoting her reviews. Here's an example:

ReviewsOnLunch: Cupcake Crack! (aka, the BEST CUPCAKES IN NEW YORK CITY!! Seriously.) by juliaallison lunch.com/t/7q6


ReviewsOnLunch: Shih-Tzus Are the Best Dogs Ever. by juliaallison lunch.com/t/8kp


A regular commenter interested in writing some Lunch.com reviews reports that she e-mailed them today asking if this sort of Twitter promotion is done for everyone, not just Jackles, and got no reply. It seems some reviews are Tweeted on the Lunch.com Twitter stream, but not with the same fanfare Jackles is getting.

And now today, there's a review of, wait for it, The Blueprint Cleanse! You know, the juice system that Jackles has been following for months, exactly the same time period in which she's morphed from a smoking hot It Girl into a Milwaukee receptionist with a fondness for too many sandwich cart donuts who's still struggling to learn how to style her wig properly since she lost all her hair in a trailer fire that erupted as she fried some more chicken.

Funny, though, Jackles never mentions that she gets the juice for free while raving about this $85 a day bloating service. Her "full disclosure" amounts to mentioning that she's friends with the women who own the company.

Tell us -- isn't this simply free advertising? Is this what Lunch.com is all about -- just another advertising platform? If so, why would anyone want to read it? If I want to read advertising copy, I'll read Jackles's blog. The only time she provides any content is to promote something she hopes she'll start getting for free.

UPDATE: What a crazy coincidence! Just seconds after our commenters unearthed this scandal and this post appeared, Jackles edited her review to mention that, um, well, you know, she gets the juice for free. Errr .... oops! Blergh!

85 comments:

  1. She's now updated it to admit that she receives product for free:

    "I receive a limited number of juices every month, gratis, for which I pay only delivery charges."

    This was not until she deleted comment after comment (I counted 6-7) asking why she was not reporting that she's a paid promoter of the juices (through product).

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  2. I'll say it again - synergy in branding. Full of shit company using a full of shit spokesperson. Lunch.com doesn't have a prayer.

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  3. Jules has written more in her 3 lunch.com posts on nonsociety then she's written during the rest of the year combined. Wow!!!

    Also, her posts on lunch.com are longer then her old TONY columns!

    Yes, I smell a big old rat.

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  4. So you post a review and you can delete the comments? What a piece of shit site. Why would anyone read it?

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  5. Jackles NEVER READS THIS SITE, people! She said so! She NEVER EVEN CLICKS ON THIS SITE!! Never!!

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  6. Yes. She emails people all the time to say she never reads this site and yes she responds to it in REAL TIME. She PSYCHIC CRYSTAL BALL LADY!

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  7. Records CustodianMay 8, 2009 at 10:20 PM

    She couldn't even be a compelling ad writer. To wit:

    In paragraph 5 - Is it worth the money (that she isn't paying), she says "fresh juices don't last for more than 15-20 minutes."

    In paragraph 7 - What if I want to travel with them, she says "Blueprint juices are good for three days.I would never use Blueprint or lunch.com BECAUSE of her. Any business that cannot be bothered to investigate the credibility of their shillperson isn't worth my time or dollars.

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  8. "5) Is it worth the money?

    I do believe it is. If you were buying these green drinks at your local juice store (like the one near my apt, The Westerly), you'd pay about $8 for every 20 oz juice, but they wouldn't keep (fresh juices don't last for more than 15-20 minutes). Also, if you want to do comparisons, think about how much you would spend on a dinner out - especially if you live in New York city, that runs you at LEAST $30-60. So that, added to what you might already spend for breakfast & lunch? $85 doesn't sound unreasonable."

    I don't even know where to start.

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  9. Anon 10:28, that had me howling, too. If she is spending 85 a day on food, well, that explains an awful lot.

    I tried to give her review a thumbs down. It didn't take. Apparently, like NS, she only accepts good reviews.

    Lunch.com is such a joke, and yet, kind of perfect for her. More of her brand of social media.

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  10. Anon10:28: Easy to say it's worth the money when YOU DON'T PAY FOR IT!!!!

    Eighty-five fucking dollars a day? Almost $600 a week to go from looking like Rachel Bilson to Kirstie Alley?

    Why not just get a box of Krispy Kremes every day for five bucks? A lot cheaper, same result.

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  11. Btw in the review she writes that SHE "dubbed this 'Juice till Dinner;'" but i know for a fact that it's natalie rose's (a nutritionist she wrote about before) nomenclature.
    Old habits die hard, don't they, plagiarist?

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  12. and by "natalie" i mean "natalia," obv
    Natialia rose
    http://julia.nonsociety.com/main.php?search=natalia+rose

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  13. is it strange that she would be so active in promoting a site that has such negative reviews of her own "business" Nonsociety? She's basically being ridiculed on a site that she's promoting, so I have to say I'm a bit confused overall...

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  14. I don't snark on Julia's looks often, but those are some of the world's ugliest shoes.

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  15. this is why free review sites can't work. if youre not invested in it, you wont be honest. (click link in name for a laugh!)

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  16. Given that Julia Allison is a transparent famewhore and rich man chaser I'm guessing the young & good looking CEO of lunch.com J.R. Johnson is her target:

    http://www.linkedin.com/in/jrjohnson

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  17. Julia looks less and less sexy everyday. I just don't understand the headband fetish. They're fine every now and then to mix things up, but every freaking day? She used to be smoking hot, now she just looks odd, maybe a little too buttoned-up and prim and proper or something. It's just very strange. She's still a pretty girl, but she looks these days alternatively like a soccer mom or a 1950's mannequin. Very artificial.

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  18. Records CustodianMay 8, 2009 at 10:59 PM

    We should engage in a little citizen journalism.

    Someone who has an account there on lunch.com? Put up a review of nonsociety or, hell, RSBS. I want to know if the author of ANY review can delete comments, or if this is just one of the many perks of being JA.

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  19. Kewl! A community website with rigged reviews! It's Web 2.01 peoples! LoseYerLunch.com is just puttin' it out there for everybody, it's like a lifecast but new and improved with extra grease! The same old phoniness you crave, now with complete sentences and even paragraphs thanks to a former presidential speechwriter!

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  20. toothless wankerMay 8, 2009 at 11:34 PM

    Lunch.com sucks my sweaty balls.
    In fact, that's going to be the title of my new review of Lunch.com @ Lunch.com.

    Yeah, $85/day, roughly $3,000/month on food?

    Also love how she said Blueprint would be almost as exhilarating as smoking crack.

    Dumb cow.

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  21. C'mon allya'll, you are making Ms Incorrigible one get all nervous, she needs a paying gig peoples, and this site is cramping her steez.

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  22. Dance, Jankles, Dance! So fun being your puppetmaster. You lying, bloated cuntrag.

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  23. I though Julia had previously said she only used the juice as a supplement to a regular diet. On her review she suggests differently

    ") Are you hungry?

    Never. Ever. You're less hungry than if you eat normal food, because you're getting more nutrients than 95% of people's average diets.

    3) Is it hard?

    Not even remotely. It's much easier than trying to figure out what to eat three times a day, preparing it and then realizing you're still hungry after you eat it."

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  24. From her review:


    "4) Do you lose weight?

    Yes, of course you lose weight. It's awesome!"

    Ha ha ha ha, good one.

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  25. So by this theory, if I took a multi vitamin a day I would never be hungry and could save $$$$$ on my grocery bill???
    How come I never thought of that b4? D'oh!

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  26. She's vying for a j-o-b at lunch.com.

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  27. I don't get the way lunch does their ratings. All her reviews seem to say +5. But if you click on the little arrow thing of the juice review thumbs up rating icon, it expands to show the tally of votes. but it seems like it simply ignore the negative votes in the overall rating or something.

    What a perfect site for Julia - comment deletion allowed, negative ratings don't seem to show up for some reason, no disclosures necessary, and no reply from customer service to people emailing with potentially critical questions (based on people's claims here that their questions were ignored)? A match made in heaven.

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  28. caroline mccarthy panned lunch.com here on cnet:
    http://news.cnet.com/8301-17939_109-10207579-2.html

    hmm, thought she and jackles hung out?

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  29. Didn't see this till just now. I'm glad this was written especially since it alludes to the JA FB fan/friend incident.
    http://www.techcrunch.com/2009/05/08/joking-or-not-official-or-not-facebook-needs-to-grow-up/

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  30. Records CustodianMay 9, 2009 at 12:42 AM

    Heh. Randi got smacked pretty hard. Oh Jankles, is there any career you cannot poison?

    She is social and professional kryptonite.

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  31. weirdly julia has taken down all the links to her twitter etc from her bio page on ns

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  32. Hey Records Custodian,

    Was looking through the NS reviews on Lunch.com and just found this (from 4/8/09):

    Unattractive Personality, Rating: -5

    "I've only been able to get through part of one TMI episode because I absolutely CANNOT STAND Julia Allison's voice and mannerisms. Asha is just kind of dull and Mary is OK, but there is no reason to go to this website. Oh, and it may have the most unfriendly user interface I've ever run across."

    Here's an excerpt from another negative review (also dated 4/8/09):

    "Julia Allison somehow crashed her way into the Innaguration and various other web parties and events. Instead of detailing them intelligently like her readers had hoped, nothing but empty promises and endless vanity shots of the gals in various silly poses were posted.

    I won't even comment on the other two because they were obviously dragged into that embarrassing mess courtesy of Miss Allison and their lack of ability shows.

    Meghan Asha's website in particular is offensive if only for the fact that it's about as entertaining as an Office Depot catalogue. Mary Rambin's NS page is the best of the three, which isn't saying much, but she gets an A for effort and ongoing improvements.

    The biggest problem with NS is its sheer lack of respect for its readers. Instead of fostering an "interactive community" as promised, these women ignored reader e-mails offering advice/less-than-flattering opinions, refused to offer promised answers, wouldn't allow comments, and even had one of their "intern"s blogs terminated."

    Most of the other reviews are just as harsh, and almost all rated NS a -5.

    I bet most, if not all, of the negative reviews were written by RBNS-ers.

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  33. Julia, dear, you can do better than shilling for gay cupcakes and Orange Julius. What you need is a drug company sponsorship. They pay well. They're always looking to leverage the personal brand of young, hip, web-saavy entrepreneurs. Weight isn't an issue. Try some Haldol and write about it for Lunch.com. You'll need a diagnosis and a prescription, which should be easy, and it will be well worth the effort when McNeil Laboratories starts mailing checks to you in Wilmette.

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  34. Ha! I've been blocked from Julia Allisons Twitter page! Looks like I made it after all....:)

    Julia dum-dum, anyone can view your Tweets if they log out of the blocked account...

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  35. Poor sad Jules, another Friday night alone with her Mac.

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  36. You know, I wonder if Julia went on lithium (a strong dose) if she would still be so insipid and annoying? Maybe she would be a bit more tolerable.

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  37. OMFG, you guys!! Look, per twit she's "Happy.1:24 AM May 8th from txt "

    I just love how whenever she's particularly harshly slammed on here, or her shady user relationships with Randi, etc are brought to light, or anything highly unflattering comes out (ham hock arms much?) we just get these dumb ass fake tweets how she is SO, SO HAPPY!!!!

    LA LA LA LA, SHE IS JULIA AND SHE DOESN'T READ RBNS AND SHE IS HAPPEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE.

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  38. "") Are you hungry?

    Never. Ever. You're less hungry than if you eat normal food, because you're getting more nutrients than 95% of people's average diets."

    What a dumbass. Eating stuff that makes you feel full is what makes you less hungry.

    No wonder you're the asshole who gains weight on an expensive juice "diet" (supplemented by cupcakes on a regular basis).

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  39. It's amazing how everything she's involved in has this filthy incestuous vibe to it. There's always some deal in the background and God forbid Julia Allison ever did anything without ulterior motives. Pretty disgusting.

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  40. I'm not sure if this has been mentioned by others, but I just wanted to add this. Apologies if I'm repeating what has already been said.

    Has anyone noticed that her travel schedule stops abruptly at the end of May? I know she's spoken about moving in with her friend later in the year, but has she indicated anything else about her future plans? It's not like her to keep quiet about stuff she has coming up (er understatement of the century there), and I think that the travel schedule suggests something very significant. I can see NS folding in June. It's a barren wasteland now. Not that it was ever anything else, but now it's even more so. Where the fuck are the other 'contributors'? There's absolutely NOTHING on that site that would make you want to ever return, except to laugh and mock.

    She's preening herself for a job at Facebook or Lunch, that much is glaringly obvious. She knows other publications won't touch her after all her bullshit, so she's crudely trying to slip herself into one of her friend's companies. But I'd say at this stage it could go either way - first option, she could pull her usual crass JA stunt and fold the site, start a new one and land some bizarre job that'll allow her to be as annoying, obnoxious and attention seeking as she wants. Or secondly, some self realisation will sink in, and she'll piss off back to her parents in Chicago, distraught and mortified about how much of a mess New York turned out to be. I think that everything is at a crossroads right now, and I'm interested to see which way it goes.

    One thing is for sure - that is NOT a happy girl. No-one can maintain such pretence for any length of time without eventually crumbling, sometimes spectacularly.

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  41. I hope she burns out and it's on display in Vimeo. Get your camera phones ready people.

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  42. From her travel schedule:
    May 20 - May 22: Orlando, Florida for Sea World’s “Manta Media Day”

    WTF is "Manta Media Day"? And when has JA ever shown ANY interest in nature? If it isn't man made and in garish colours it might as well not exist.

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  43. Manta Media Day -- think of it as feeding ocean cupcakes to seacreatures

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  44. Manta Media Day is for the opening of a new roller coaster at Sea World from what I can gather. WTF is she doing there. She's not going to ride it and her audience is not a Sea World kinda crowd.

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  45. Manta Media Day = preview day for a new rollercoaster at Sea World.

    See? She's so busy! Work is SO. HARD.

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  46. Work IS so hard if you must ceaselessly troll the net identifying and attempting to expunge every negative reference to your phony-ass Julia Allison self. That sounds truly exhausting.

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  47. The opening of a new roller coaster?!?! Are you fucking kidding me?

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  48. http://www.techcrunch.com/2009/05/08/joking-or-not-official-or-not-facebook-needs-to-grow-up/

    Zuckerberg and Jules are both going down together.

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  49. TechCrunch

    "It’s sort of funny when Facebook’s Randi Zuckerberg takes her frustration out on a club bouncer by saying (it has now been removed) it would be “a huge bummer if their facebook pages “accidentally” went down.” But it’s also terrible messaging for the fast growing company. Randi is founder Mark Zuckerberg’s sister, an executive of the company and also their unofficial spokesperson. Her statements carry weight, can be intimidating and considered an abuse of power.

    It’s also a recurring theme with Zuckerberg, who was in the news a couple of weeks ago for facilitating a minor but annoying violation of the Facebook terms of service to help out a friend."

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  50. Randi is gross. She and Poofy deserve one another.

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  51. If Randi Zuckerberg wants to be the face of facebook and she wants to be taken seriously she's going to have to put some distance between herself and weirdo Julia Allison.

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  52. i think i want a slanket. i am so ashamed.

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  53. You just know that Jackles was cheering her on from the sidelines while she wrote the twit in question!

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  54. j* is a case study in what happens when privilege plus opportunity serve up opportunities to someone who has neither the grace, intellect nor work ethic to build on them -- in other words, maybe georgetown made a big mistake letting in someone so totally unqualified, and they should end affirmative action for the spawn of the connected, and save their spots for people who could make something worthwhile of the opportunity

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  55. Attention. Attention. Jackles is apparently still asleep because comments on her Lunch.com review are not getting deleted.

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  56. Former fangirl Sheryl Spencer took her down a peg!

    http://www.lunch.com/data/NonSociety-1382985-Reviews-Nonsociety_The_whithering_remains_of_a_once_brilliantly_marketed_trio_reality_show_concept_-8599.html

    An the funniest thing? One of JA's former creepy Facebook fans left a comment saying how boring NS is.

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  57. She twittered 3 hours ago.

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  58. Shit like 'Manta Media Day'? You just could not make this up. Even Julia must realize she is walking towards an absolute snark goldmine with this one. All wrapped up in pink bow just for RBNS.

    I see Julia as like Mickey Rourke in The Wrestler. Fifteen-twenty years from now, working the D-list circuit of celebrity commentary. All boated on steroids, cupcakes, botox and plastic surgery. Living in trailer park, still doing the same lip dubs. And then - it will be time for the comeback.

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  59. @12:12

    My guess is that she twittered 3 hours ago and had not been asleep for the night yet.

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  60. @Don Juan

    As you know, I don't make snark body comments but ANYONE who goes to Manta Media day is sorta asking for it, anorexic or gigantic.

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  61. Exactly TJ. I try to stay away from the body stuff myself, but you know, come on ...

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  62. @don juan: i hear there's a new safeway opening in south jersey -- maybe j* will be there for the ribbon cutting?

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  63. TJ

    Normally I would agree with you, but then there wasn't a manic-fest posted last night, and of course, no twitter that explained how she was up all night, oopps!

    12;12

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  64. Hey, can we please focus on today's milestone in the history of slanket abuse? Not only is she dragging one of my less fortunate fellow slankets to DC with her, but also THREE formal gowns, according to her twitter.
    I understand the concept of a backup dress in case something goes wrong, but this is just showing off, isn't it?
    She may think her tweet sounded cute and quirky, but in fact it just sounds retarded.
    http://twitter.com/juliaallison/status/1745972841

    Also, how long until she goes crazy about this little piece of information:

    @juliaallison I'm a reader and I thought you'd like to know that Nate, Chuck & Vanessa from GG are going to be at the dinner tomorrow nightabout 2 hours ago from web in reply to juliaallison

    According to MTV, this is true (http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1610746/20090506/story.jhtml.

    Whoever KatyFerry is, she may have woken up the monster.

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  65. There is doubt that jules would ride the roller coaster?

    Sure she will, with her mouth open, sucking huge chunks of oxygen, wearing a skirt a thirteen year old would kill for, her headband will be there, and cameras focussed on her.

    Uhm, scratch the part about her actually riding it.

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  66. @ironic slanket: i want a slanket. is that wrong?

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  67. Pictures of Julia with Nate, Chuck and Vanessa.

    Classic j-poses; one with mouth open and laughing.

    And she twits something about telling chuck how long she has followed him.

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  68. @12.44: As long as you don't expose it to humiliating late night video appearances and let it keep its dignity, there is nothing wrong with wanting a slanket, I guess.

    Am I the only one picturing her ovulating all over the place at the thought of maybe getting near Ed Westwick, the one she wants to do ungodly things to, even have babies with? I remember her posting about this, but can't find the post.

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  69. @ironic slanket: thank you for your kind advice. i will get an XL slanket and share it with my dogs. we can all watch tv and eat popcorn together.

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  70. I own a slanket. Oh wait, no I own a robe. Nevermind.

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  71. wait, if i own a robe i can use it as a slanket? holy cow, zomg!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  72. Records CustodianMay 9, 2009 at 1:17 PM

    For those of you who didn't see it, her initial "Full Disclosure" was simply that she was friends with the owners of Blueprint Cleanse. That was it.

    Absolutely no mention of receiving the product for free until the commenters here called bullshit and started commenting on lunch.com. She deleted all of the comments and added the sentence about receiving a "limited" amount of product for free.

    This is a girl who calls herself a journalist, despite any training or ethics.

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  73. @1:17

    I don't have a degree in journalism, nor did I take a single journalism class in College, but I understand DISCLOSURE and simple journalism ethics. I think this is true of most people who've read a newspaper or even watched television news if only on a sporadic basis. Julia knows but she cannot bring herself to play by the rules.

    Kinda like the way she goes into a BUSINESS to conduct a phone interviews and yells at the business workers to shut the F up.

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  74. Records CustodianMay 9, 2009 at 1:29 PM

    You know Jing, that is actually what is so egregious. Had she not made any disclosure whatsoever, well, she's under no obligation, at least on that site.

    But to have a "full disclosure" - in a post titled "The Juice, the Whole Juice, and Nothing but the Juice?" And not mention that, oh hai, I get everything for free? At least, not until she was called out on it here and in at least a dozen comments that she later deleted?

    She is just a lying weasel.

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  75. There are only 2 comments remaining at the lunch.com blue cleanse review and they are both asking why all the comments have been deleted.

    Yeah, very professional. Does lunch.com have any integrity at all?

    I hope, with all my heart, that my daughter (or any other impressionable young woman) never reads Julia Allison's suggestion that this liquid is a viable alternative to eating sensibly.

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  76. OT This mention of the WHCD on HuffPo:

    The $200-per-ticket dinner attracts plenty of VIPs from outside the Beltway. Among those expected to attend were Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Eva Longoria Parker, Ashton Kutcher, Alicia Keys, Jimmy Fallon, Samuel L. Jackson and Jon Bon Jovi.

    Maybe JABA can chat up Eva about how she was supposed to be in THAT dress. I can just see it...

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  77. I just commented on lunch.com that she is NOT losing weight per her claim #4 and I have screen grabbed it.

    I loathe that asshat!

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  78. According to the lunch review, the level II cleanse comprised of six juices, the one Julia does, contains 1100 calories. If she is using it to supplement her diet, no wonder she has gained weight.

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  79. Have you checked out some of the other Lunch.com Blueprint reviews? Pretty negative:

    A cleanse for people who like to scream, "Help!", -1

    "My opinion: I was really excited about this cleanse when I saw it in Allure magazine. I did the Foundation Cleanse with my mom and aunt (not only do you get a discount for group orders, but you need the support). However, it wasn't as enjoyable or as easy as I thought it would be and it certainly didn't make me feel energized or refreshed.

    First, the green juice is fairly disgusting. Made of spinach, kale, pepper, lemon and other ingredients, it has a strong smell, a bitter taste and just doesn't sit well in the tummy. This wouldn't be a big deal, except you need to drink at least three a day. The other juices are manageable, after six drinks I was extremely full. I swear, the only way to consume the green juice is to chug it and have a glass of water ready when you're done.

    Second, it must do something, because it made me feel awful. The first night I was nauseous and had a splitting migraine. Perhaps I'm toxin-filled, or maybe my body wasn't used to so much juice, but it wasn't a good feeling. Day two and three were better, but I also skipped the last green juice.

    The Verdict: I would not do it again. My mom and aunt still can't even look at anything green!"

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  80. lunch.com must be busted. when you search blueprint cleanse, her review has a rating of -1.0. but when you click to the page, it's still stuck n +5.

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  81. 2:24--where'd it go? i can't find the review on lunch.com. link?

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  82. http://www.lunch.com/data/Blueprint_Cleanse-1379208-Reviews-Blueprint_Cleanse_The_Juice_the_Whole_Juice_and_Nothing_but_The_Juice_-9008.html

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  83. "Have you checked out some of the other Lunch.com Blueprint reviews? Pretty negative:"

    there are only 2 reviews! the one you posted doesn't exist.

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  84. I don't have an account on lunch otherwise I'd leave a comment pointing out that Julia herself has admitted numerous times that she's gained weight recently, which contradictts her claim in her blueprint review. In the nonmotivational talk I think she said 15 pounds (though it looks like quite a bit more than that to me). I'd love to post a link to a post where she said so too but maybe she's only said it on video not in print? Plus? It would probably soon be deleted anway.

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