Jesus God almightly these people are horrible. Between her eyerolling and blogorrhea and his photoshoot sweater and "I wanted to keep our relationship a secret" IN A FUCKING FASHION SHOOT, I can't tell which I want to see die first. Perhaps they could both be killed, and then we could vote on which gave us the most pleasure.
I am amazed how media unsavvy this media hag is. My god...
Could we please just limit any future mention of these two attention-guzzling imbeciles to assassination attempts only?
I doubt anyone outside of a small section of Manhattan is REALLY going to care whether they off themselves at some future date.
David Schmader; The New Perez Hilton of The STranger?
I could kick his ass. And hers, too.
For reasons of fairness only, I felt compelled to read his version, since I read her version yesterday (all 10 long fucking pages of it).
Completely separate from their individual and combined plights (or why I should care even the slightest), reading both these articles leaves me with the following question: Does anyone at either of those papers believe in editing? Or brevity? Or getting to the point in less than 100,000 words? WTF!! Do the editors just run a spell check and publish the story as submitted? Did their red pens run out of ink?
His story was (blessedly) shorter than hers. But both were unbearably long. And for that I blame the editors.
I dislike it when local-New York stories are reported as if they are national news.
New York is the most provincial city in the United States, in the world. Let's not indulge them.
Who gives a shit about these dirtbags? They both deserve napalm enemas for ever working at The Gawker. I wonder if Hell has a gossip rag they could run?
The East Coast / West Coast thing just never dies, does it?
Simac as a New Yorker I agree with you. That's how the rest of the world feels about the US news.
This says more about the New York Times than about anything else.
Wow. This is the first time I've seen that interview with Kimmel. Emily's NYT account of the interview gave me a completely different impression of her than the interview itself. She's completely vapid. Just love the idea that celebrities are protected from slanderous lies by their "piles of money." Vomit.
Sorry, I'm on Josh Stein's side on this one. He didn't start it, she did by posting all that shit about him on her "secret" blog and then blasting the "secret" blog to pretty much everybody in their world.
And now I have to go blow my brains out because I realize that it is insane for me to have an opinion on this.
You hit the nail on the head. I visited New York after taking a trip to Istanbul and my hosts couldn't believe that I found New York to be a little boring in comparison. They also couldn't believe that other places do movies in the park or have scooter gangs or bicycle gangs. It's like they never leave.
Oh holy lord, this line from Josh's account makes me want to poke my eyes out: "On my first day on the job, back in March 2007, Emily bought me a raspberry clafoutis from Balthazar. Soon we were flirting." I wish I had never known about these people.
Wow... this is why "people" with vaginas should not be allowed to go out into the public sphere. (I have never been more glad to be gay then after having watched that interview.) Why are women like that?
These people are by far the most annoying/insipid couple ever. Or at least, this week. *le sigh*
4: All I need to do is learn how to photoshop come-drools onto people's faces...
@6 I had the same reaction. I mean, misspellings, improper use of English. Good God, WHAT was her major again??
@16 I swear not all women are like this. Not all. Just, sadly, most.
"You look like a very pleasant woman." (Translation: I'd have sex with you.) Ew ew ew ew ew.
@16: Not all women are like this, I promise.
These people are wastes of oxygen.
"Oh. Poor me. My first boyfriend asked me for privacy and I refused to give it to him. Then my second boyfriend got mad at me for posting about him but I did it anyway and he dumped me." Boo-fucking-hoo.
I do have a question, though, of all people, why the fuck was Jimmy Kimmel interviewing people on Larry King's show? I liked that he went after Emily like that, but seriously? Jimmy Kimmel on CNN?
... Is it really eye-rolling? The woman just seems to have far too many facial expressions. God, quite pursuing your lips for like a SECOND.
@19 and 20,
You're responding to a misogynistic fuckwit. He hates women and is looking for any excuse to hate us. Figuratively kick him in the balls or ignore him, but don't think that anything he wrote is in good faith. It's not.
Oh, and YGBKM @16. Eat shit and die.
Oh Keshmeshi. Don't get your panties in a bunch. (Silly girl.)
I don't "hate" women. I just find that they are frequently annoying and generally irrelevant. (Kind of like children. Which I don't hate either, but I do avoid whenever possible.) I just don't see the point in them.
Seems to me like you have the hate market pretty well cornered... (But then you girls are always soooo emotional aren't you?)
Shorter #23:"I don't hate women,I just hate women.'Cos they're,like,all bitchez 'n stuff,doncha know?"/sarcasm off
Actually there is a space between hate and love... Extreme indifference tempered by mild irritation would be a better characterization of my regard for women.
I just haven't ever found a use for them in my adult life. I haven't identified anything I needed or wanted from another person that a man couldn't better provide to me.
So I find women to mostly be annoying nuisances.
Calling that misogyny robs a perfectly good word of its useful meaning.
That interview wasn't really THAT bad... I was expecting it to be 100 times worse from the way people were talking about it. She did appear visibly nervous, but that talk show host was completely unprofessional, acting in a fashion I'd expect of Bill O'Reilly but rarely anyone else. Does he think his "journalism" is better? Using his position as a talk show host to settle a personal issue? I think she had some valid points to make and I don't think he gave her sufficient attention or consideration. I hate when these celebrities go in the public eye and think they can still maintain privacy. Of course everyone has a RIGHT to privacy, but by choosing to go on camera, they've got to expect some consequences.
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