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(ELLE)   Elizabeth Smart is awesome for many reasons. Most of all - telling Nancy Grace to STFU   (elle.com) divider line 57
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2013-05-21 05:42:05 PM
12 votes:
So I clicked, all giddy at the excitement of seeing someone tell Nancy Grace off.

"I really, to be frankly honest, don't appreciate you bringing this all up."

That's it?
2013-05-21 05:47:45 PM
11 votes:

lennavan: So I clicked, all giddy at the excitement of seeing someone tell Nancy Grace off.

"I really, to be frankly honest, don't appreciate you bringing this all up."

That's it?


Not taking the troll bait and sticking to the high road is better than sinking to Nancy Grace's level and doing it in a mature, level headed way is bonus points.
2013-05-21 06:23:12 PM
10 votes:

lennavan: So I clicked, all giddy at the excitement of seeing someone tell Nancy Grace off.

"I really, to be frankly honest, don't appreciate you bringing this all up."

That's it?


Bear in mind that Nancy Grace was trying to trigger some traumatized, emotional response.  If Smart lost her composure in any direction it would be ratings and high-fives for Nancy Grace.

Responding like a cross between Spock and Dear Abby was probably the best thing she could have done.  She didn't need to be crude, because there was enough of that on the show already; all she had to do is cast it in sharp relief by saying something polite and civilized.
2013-05-21 05:47:29 PM
10 votes:

lennavan: So I clicked, all giddy at the excitement of seeing someone tell Nancy Grace off.

"I really, to be frankly honest, don't appreciate you bringing this all up."

That's it?


Coming as it did from a teenage girl recently kidnapped and repeatedly raped, I thought it was devastating in its polite understatement.
2013-05-21 05:52:39 PM
6 votes:

crab66: What a scatterbrained uninformative article.


Yes it was.

I do admire Elizabeth Smart. She has handled herself well in the years since her kidnapping and has really tried to use her history to make a difference.
2013-05-21 05:41:37 PM
6 votes:

skankboy: Nancy Grace can eat a bag of dicks. (Not that she needs my prodding)


That's really uncalled for...think about how the bag of dicks would feel about it.
2013-05-21 06:09:43 PM
4 votes:

lennavan: That's it?


That's actually the beauty of it.  Nancy Grace feeds off of people getting confrontational.  She made her point and shut her up.
2013-05-21 06:03:53 PM
4 votes:

lennavan: So I clicked, all giddy at the excitement of seeing someone tell Nancy Grace off.

"I really, to be frankly honest, don't appreciate you bringing this all up."

That's it?


And from 7 years ago.
2013-05-21 05:57:21 PM
4 votes:

lennavan: So I clicked, all giddy at the excitement of seeing someone tell Nancy Grace off.

"I really, to be frankly honest, don't appreciate you bringing this all up."

That's it?


This is actually a decent example of how ubiquitous the hyperbolic language of normal message board and blog chatter really is. Because someone wasn't directly compared to Hitler while being called Roseanne Barr's taint cheese, we literally don't recognize it as a tell off.
2013-05-21 05:45:09 PM
4 votes:
What a scatterbrained uninformative article.
2013-05-21 05:43:01 PM
4 votes:
What a pointless article.

Oh well time to pile shiat on Nancy Grace.
2013-05-21 07:12:30 PM
3 votes:
Since being rescued, Elizabeth Smart has shown herself to be a class act on almost all levels.  But because she's a Mormon, Farklibs are gonna sneer at her.
2013-05-21 07:07:08 PM
2 votes:

skozlaw: catmandu: I would tell you they are not.

You would be wrong, sir.

You would be wrong.


Really?

A Christian is someone who believes Jesus Christ died on the cross to save them from their sins and give them eternal life.
John 3:16 says: "For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him will not perish but have eternal life." (Love how fundies say gays cannot be Christian. what do they do with that "everyone"? But I digress)

Mormons deny the sufficiency of Christ's death for salvation. They also deny the Trinity and that there is one immortal God. The goal of Mormonism is that we all become as 'gods' becoming both immortal and divine, blurring the creator/creature distinction. They believe God the Father was once a man, just like you or me. For Mormons, Jesus isn't the only son of God, and he's not eternally begotten of the Father
2013-05-21 06:31:36 PM
2 votes:
2013-05-21 06:27:28 PM
2 votes:
What she really meant: "Listen, I've been dealing with this for years, and I learned not to feed trolls on day one..."
2013-05-21 06:01:00 PM
2 votes:
I can't stand the sight of Nancy Grace let alone her voice. I've often thought of molding my toilet to resemble Nancy's face, with her mouth agape. I figure if she is always gonna be spouting out shiat, it might as well be my shiat.
2013-05-21 05:55:19 PM
2 votes:
I wish Nancy Grace would just friggin OD on a bunch of pills.
I really hate her. I know her personality type. I loathe her and her ilk. I really really wish she would just get off the air.
But first, I would like to see Chris Brown and her start dating.
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2013-05-21 05:54:03 PM
2 votes:

bugontherug: lennavan: So I clicked, all giddy at the excitement of seeing someone tell Nancy Grace off.

"I really, to be frankly honest, don't appreciate you bringing this all up."

That's it?

Coming as it did from a teenage girl recently kidnapped and repeatedly raped, I thought it was devastating in its polite understatement.


She's also LDS. From a Mormon girl, "I don't appreciate you bringing this all up", in this context, is practically giving her the finger.
2013-05-21 05:47:58 PM
2 votes:

crab66: What a scatterbrained uninformative article.


It wasn't an article. It was an ad for an upcoming book.
2013-05-21 05:41:53 PM
2 votes:
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2013-05-21 10:20:04 PM
1 votes:
One would be hard pressed to find a better example of grace and class than Elizabeth Smart...or a worse example than Nancy Grace.
2013-05-21 10:06:31 PM
1 votes:

SevenizGud: FTFA:
The practicing Mormon boldly cited the belief that she was no longer "pure" after being raped by her captives as a reason for being afraid to run.

du fuk? seriously? That's strike one and two right there.


Needs to be bolded. I'm not sure how you can be raped by someone that you keep chained in a shed.
2013-05-21 10:04:06 PM
1 votes:

Walter Paisley: catmandu: Kinek:

The term Christian is a self-identification tool. Arguing that the Nicean creed, or some kind of Protestant or Calvinistic ethic to the already retardedly murky concept of redemption and/or salvation is sufficient to the definition of Christian is like posting a sign outside the clubhouse door that says : "No girls allowed." It says a lot more about the people making the argument than the people being excluded from the club.

The Mormon concept of the trinity is a hell of a lot better than the Essence arguments that Protestant and Catholic theologies argue around in order to not make themselves look like Pagans by having multiple godlike entities.

Honestly, it pisses me off that this is still even an issue in what should be a pluralistic conversation, and one of the reasons why I suspect that the LDS church ever got involved in California. They wanted to be one of the 'Christian' churches.

Christians claim to believe that the Bible is the Word of God. The Bible describes what a Christian is. Everythng else from the Nicean creed onward is just man's attempt to interpret it. That is my only point. Mormons are not Christians as described in the Bible.

Once again, I am only looking at this as an irreligious historian. I have no interest in claiming that any religion or denomination is better than another.

The Bible isn't necessarily the end-all be-all of Christianity. As with any major religion, Christianity is an umbrella term and many sects place a great importance on texts outside of the Bible. Pauline Christianity is what most people in the West would identify as Christianity, but take a glance at Gnostic Christianity and Catharism for examples of how much variation in beliefs and practices can exist under the name of Christianity. As for what makes someone a Christian, every sect has its own criteria and some may not even place importance on such a label.


Correct.

Try reading a Catholic bible. It is full of historical footnotes explaining the context in ancient Judaism and at the time of Christ.

The bible is definitely NOT the inalienable word of God for Catholics. Yet they were the first Christians.
2013-05-21 09:29:35 PM
1 votes:

Kinek: catmandu: Kinek:

The term Christian is a self-identification tool. Arguing that the Nicean creed, or some kind of Protestant or Calvinistic ethic to the already retardedly murky concept of redemption and/or salvation is sufficient to the definition of Christian is like posting a sign outside the clubhouse door that says : "No girls allowed." It says a lot more about the people making the argument than the people being excluded from the club.

The Mormon concept of the trinity is a hell of a lot better than the Essence arguments that Protestant and Catholic theologies argue around in order to not make themselves look like Pagans by having multiple godlike entities.

Honestly, it pisses me off that this is still even an issue in what should be a pluralistic conversation, and one of the reasons why I suspect that the LDS church ever got involved in California. They wanted to be one of the 'Christian' churches.

Christians claim to believe that the Bible is the Word of God. The Bible describes what a Christian is. Everythng else from the Nicean creed onward is just man's attempt to interpret it. That is my only point. Mormons are not Christians as described in the Bible.

Once again, I am only looking at this as an irreligious historian. I have no interest in claiming that any religion or denomination is better than another.


Psalm 119:151-2, 160
Thou art near, O LORD; and all thy commandments are truth. Concerning thy testimonies, I have known of old that thou hast founded them for ever. (vv.151-2)
Thy word is true from the beginning: and every one of thy righteous judgments endureth for ever. (v.160)
Ecclesiastes 12:13
Fear God, and keep his commandments: for this is the whole duty of man.
Malachi 4:4
Remember ye the law of Moses.
Matthew 5:18-19
Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or tittle shall nowise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled. Whosoever therefore shall break one of these least commandments, and shall teach men so, he shall be called the least in the kingdom of heaven.
Luke 16:17
It is easier for heaven and earth to pass, than one tittle of the law to fail

Alright, so part one of our argument. We've established that the Mosaic law is still in force during the New testament era.
Part 2 of our argument:

Literally the entire retarded mosaic law. Linens. Stonings. The whole shebang.

So. Either Christians are not defined by the Bible, or Nobody except the Amish are Christian.

Unless of course this is an utterly retarded argument. Ex-biblical arguments are the bread and butter of schisms.


You are correct. It is vitally important that Jews abide by Mosaic Law. Thankfully, the very vast majority of Christians are not Jewish.
2013-05-21 09:16:11 PM
1 votes:

catmandu: Kinek:

The term Christian is a self-identification tool. Arguing that the Nicean creed, or some kind of Protestant or Calvinistic ethic to the already retardedly murky concept of redemption and/or salvation is sufficient to the definition of Christian is like posting a sign outside the clubhouse door that says : "No girls allowed." It says a lot more about the people making the argument than the people being excluded from the club.

The Mormon concept of the trinity is a hell of a lot better than the Essence arguments that Protestant and Catholic theologies argue around in order to not make themselves look like Pagans by having multiple godlike entities.

Honestly, it pisses me off that this is still even an issue in what should be a pluralistic conversation, and one of the reasons why I suspect that the LDS church ever got involved in California. They wanted to be one of the 'Christian' churches.

Christians claim to believe that the Bible is the Word of God. The Bible describes what a Christian is. Everythng else from the Nicean creed onward is just man's attempt to interpret it. That is my only point. Mormons are not Christians as described in the Bible.

Once again, I am only looking at this as an irreligious historian. I have no interest in claiming that any religion or denomination is better than another.


The Bible isn't necessarily the end-all be-all of Christianity. As with any major religion, Christianity is an umbrella term and many sects place a great importance on texts outside of the Bible. Pauline Christianity is what most people in the West would identify as Christianity, but take a glance at Gnostic Christianity and Catharism for examples of how much variation in beliefs and practices can exist under the name of Christianity. As for what makes someone a Christian, every sect has its own criteria and some may not even place importance on such a label.
2013-05-21 08:53:06 PM
1 votes:

skankboy: Nancy Grace can eat a bag of dicks. (Not that she needs my prodding)


She's lying, disbarred lawyer who would falsify evidence to convict her mother of prostitution.
2013-05-21 08:26:17 PM
1 votes:

lennavan: So I clicked, all giddy at the excitement of seeing someone tell Nancy Grace off.

"I really, to be frankly honest, don't appreciate you bringing this all up."

That's it?


Nobody else does it.
2013-05-21 08:05:07 PM
1 votes:

bugontherug: lennavan: So I clicked, all giddy at the excitement of seeing someone tell Nancy Grace off.

"I really, to be frankly honest, don't appreciate you bringing this all up."

That's it?

Coming as it did from a teenage girl recently kidnapped and repeatedly raped, I thought it was devastating in its polite understatement.


This.
2013-05-21 07:59:02 PM
1 votes:

catmandu: skozlaw: catmandu: Really?

A Christian is someone who believes Jesus Christ died on the cross to save them from their sins and give them eternal life.
John 3:16 says: "For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him will not perish but have eternal life." (Love how fundies say gays cannot be Christian. what do they do with that "everyone"? But I digress)

Mormons deny the sufficiency of Christ's death for salvation. They also deny the Trinity and that there is one immortal God. The goal of Mormonism is that we all become as 'gods' becoming both immortal and divine, blurring the creator/creature distinction. They believe God the Father was once a man, just like you or me. For Mormons, Jesus isn't the only son of God, and he's not eternally begotten of the FatherNO TRUE SCOTSMAN!

You would be wrong, sir.

You would be wrong.

Educamate me then. What is a Christian and how are Mormons a Christian denomination (and their name being Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is Not sufficient).


The term Christian is a self-identification tool. Arguing that the Nicean creed, or some kind of Protestant or Calvinistic ethic to the already retardedly murky concept of redemption and/or salvation is sufficient to the definition of Christian is like posting a sign outside the clubhouse door that says : "No girls allowed." It says a lot more about the people making the argument than the people being excluded from the club.

The Mormon concept of the trinity is a hell of a lot better than the Essence arguments that Protestant and Catholic theologies argue around in order to not make themselves look like Pagans by having multiple godlike entities.

Honestly, it pisses me off that this is still even an issue in what should be a pluralistic conversation, and one of the reasons why I suspect that the LDS church ever got involved in California. They wanted to be one of the 'Christian' churches.
2013-05-21 07:38:00 PM
1 votes:

Fish_Bulb: flak attack: HortusMatris: GungFu: And she's a Mormon.

- 10

I know, right?  She escaped after being abducted and raped for a year to be a member of a religion that shows 18-year-old boys more respect than grandmothers and has a history of endorsing polygamy?  Wtf?

While I can't comment on the respect issue, mainstream Mormons haven't endorsed polygamy in over 120 years.

I'm not a Mormon, but this is an important point. She was kidnapped by basically the Westoboro Baptist church of Mormonism: nobody wants them, nobody endorses them, nobody likes them, and they don't represent 99% of Mormons.  Of course, that being said:

Anayalator: [What if I told you Mormons were Christians.jpg]

No. They are Mormons. They are not a Christian denomination like Baptists or Lutherans or even Catholics. That's why their religion has their own name.


That phrase right there makes me question your objectivity on this subject.
2013-05-21 07:32:14 PM
1 votes:
www.popfi.com

"I'll take Mythology for $1000, Alex."

www.tv-live.org.uki2.cdn.turner.com25.media.tumblr.com

"What is a harpy?"

guycodeblog.mtv.com

"Correct. We would have also accepted gorgon." [shudder]
2013-05-21 07:29:16 PM
1 votes:
Mormons: nice people that are, for the most part, entirely blind to the absurdity of their religion. Joseph Smith was pedophillic con man that invented a history that has been proved to be false. If you want a good history of Smith, try "No Man Knows My History."
2013-05-21 07:28:34 PM
1 votes:
Nancy Grace is a pig.
2013-05-21 07:23:44 PM
1 votes:
Hero for this? Really?
2013-05-21 07:23:34 PM
1 votes:

flak attack: HortusMatris: flak attack: HortusMatris: GungFu: And she's a Mormon.

- 10

I know, right?  She escaped after being abducted and raped for a year to be a member of a religion that shows 18-year-old boys more respect than grandmothers and has a history of endorsing polygamy?  Wtf?

While I can't comment on the respect issue, mainstream Mormons haven't endorsed polygamy in over 120 years.

Yes.  Apparently God decided to change his mind about what he said through Brigham Young about polygamy and the whole "black people are cursed" thing.  I can see that everyone was really torn up about it, too, by the way their glorious university is still named after him.

No more than the existence of George Washington University means the US still endorses slavery.



I'm not sure that GW was really claiming to speak as a direct conduit to God, however.  Politicians are expected to be pragmatic ("Politics is the art of the possible." -- Otto von Bismarck), and in 1789 abolition would have been incompatible with uniting all the colonies.  A religious leader, by contrast, is supposed to define ideals to aspire to (e.g., "If anyone slaps you on the right cheek, turn to them the other cheek also." -- Jesus).
2013-05-21 07:17:16 PM
1 votes:

HortusMatris: flak attack: HortusMatris: GungFu: And she's a Mormon.

- 10

I know, right?  She escaped after being abducted and raped for a year to be a member of a religion that shows 18-year-old boys more respect than grandmothers and has a history of endorsing polygamy?  Wtf?

While I can't comment on the respect issue, mainstream Mormons haven't endorsed polygamy in over 120 years.

Yes.  Apparently God decided to change his mind about what he said through Brigham Young about polygamy and the whole "black people are cursed" thing.  I can see that everyone was really torn up about it, too, by the way their glorious university is still named after him.


No more than the existence of George Washington University means the US still endorses slavery.
2013-05-21 07:13:50 PM
1 votes:

craigzy: ok, everyone hates nancy grace, but i stopped reading after, "spoke openly and effectively against abstinence education. The practicing Mormon boldly cited..."

meh


On the one hand

HortusMatris: GungFu: And she's a Mormon.

- 10

I know, right?  She escaped after being abducted and raped for a year to be a member of a religion that shows 18-year-old boys more respect than grandmothers and has a history of endorsing polygamy?  Wtf?


To me it sounds like she wants to change the message that women are worthless after they are de-virginized and probably change a lot of other things about it. I think maybe Mormons and Christians in general are going to be more likely to listen to a message from someone in their community than from someone who says "You guys are stupid and your religion is stupid and I'm an athiest now." She wants to be a Mormon and she wants to make their religion better- I don't have a problem with that.
2013-05-21 07:07:22 PM
1 votes:
I love the people advocating assault, overdose, and domestic violence on Nancy Grace, as if that's a way to show they're anything but people as horrible and useless as she is.
2013-05-21 07:03:48 PM
1 votes:

flak attack: mainstream Mormons haven't endorsed polygamy in over 120 years.


...and yet there are still Mormons.  You can't explain that.
2013-05-21 06:43:48 PM
1 votes:

catmandu: crab66: What a scatterbrained uninformative article.

Yes it was.

I do admire Elizabeth Smart. She has handled herself well in the years since her kidnapping and has really tried to use her history to make a difference.


I agree both on the low quality of the article and the praise for Elizabeth Smart. On a more superficial level, the article did give another reason to complement Elizabeth Smart - she has a pretty decent sense of style. I'm not sure if it's a blouse or dress she's wearing in that photo, but she wears it well and I hope that the tasteful use of polka dots becomes more popular in the future.
www.elle.com

For the sake of laughing at Nancy Grace, here's a clip of her getting pranked by her staff: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ufQ2cCwyOtA (possibly NSFW)
2013-05-21 06:30:07 PM
1 votes:

Warthog: If you want to spend your time on something worthwhile, here is a link to Elizabeth Smart's remarks at the Johns Hopkins human trafficking forum.  The video runs 12:50, and is surprisingly engaging.  This is the speech that gave rise to the throw-away line in TFA about her having spoken out against abstinence education.  Her remarks are actually more nuanced than that.


Was going to post this link. She's actually speaking against a particular bullet point in most abstinence education curricula, the one that says not to have sex because you'll be worthless to society afterwards. Very interesting and horrifying speech for many reasons.
2013-05-21 06:27:36 PM
1 votes:
"2011 was the year of Elizabeth Smart..."

It's 2013 now.

rooftop235: Heathen: skinbubble: lennavan: So I clicked, all giddy at the excitement of seeing someone tell Nancy Grace off.

"I really, to be frankly honest, don't appreciate you bringing this all up."

That's it?

Not taking the troll bait and sticking to the high road is better than sinking to Nancy Grace's level and doing it in a mature, level headed way is bonus points.

screw that, jam a #2 pencil into her throat

No one should waste a perfectly good pencil on that biatch.


So use a broken pencil.
2013-05-21 06:26:53 PM
1 votes:

Xcott: She didn't need to be crude, because there was enough of that on the show already; all she had to do is cast it in sharp relief by saying something polite and civilized.


This
2013-05-21 06:19:15 PM
1 votes:

Enemabag Jones: Ignoring asking the question WHY people would ever appear on Nancy Grace's show, she seems like a soft target that could be played if studied just like Bill O'Reily was on fox news.  Nancy Grace's record as a prosecutor is pretty spotty.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MVB1eQn2uwA

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nancy_Grace


gotta admit though, it takes a special type of person to ride the bloodstained coattails of their fiance to fame and fortune.
2013-05-21 06:15:27 PM
1 votes:

bugontherug: lennavan: So I clicked, all giddy at the excitement of seeing someone tell Nancy Grace off.

"I really, to be frankly honest, don't appreciate you bringing this all up."

That's it?

Coming as it did from a teenage girl recently kidnapped and repeatedly raped, I thought it was devastating in its polite understatement.


Exactly.  It is the politeness of it that ironically gives it a bigger STFU factor.  "this is how you should behave"

My grandfather-in-law had a great story of this type.  He was visiting some old silver mine once and as they were riding some sort of trolly cart down, he had a lot of abdominal cramping and had to pass gas.  He was not the type to do this in his own home, much less in public, but apparently something he ate while on this trip disagreed with him.

So he passed gas quietly and apparently it stunk to high heaven.  A few seconds later, a man tapped him on the shoulder and asked, "you're feeling not well, aren't you sir?".  He said true.  Then the man said "but you're feeling much better now, aren't you sir?".

it was an old timey way of saying "did you fart?  don't do it again".  Love that story.
2013-05-21 06:13:00 PM
1 votes:

ecmoRandomNumbers: In February 2012, she married a Scotsman, Matthew Gilmour, at a spur-of-the-moment private ceremony in a Mormon temple in Oahu.

No she didn't. Somebody doesn't know how Mormon temples work.

*One.does.not.simply.walk.into.the.temple.jpg*


It could still be done within a week or so, or even a couple of days.  Compared to Vegas weddings, no, not so spur of the moment, but compared to engagements that are months or years long, it could be considered spur of the moment.

Maybe they already had their interviews and temple recommends, but then spur of the moment decided to get married in Hawaii instead of SLC.  That is still possible, and doesn't negate the statement.
2013-05-21 06:10:43 PM
1 votes:

Killer Cars: lennavan: So I clicked, all giddy at the excitement of seeing someone tell Nancy Grace off.

"I really, to be frankly honest, don't appreciate you bringing this all up."

That's it?

This is actually a decent example of how ubiquitous the hyperbolic language of normal message board and blog chatter really is. Because someone wasn't directly compared to Hitler while being called Roseanne Barr's taint cheese, we literally don't recognize it as a tell off.



Alternatively, it was a really farking weak tell off.  It's definitely one of the two.

I'm pretty sure most people in this thread would agree Nancy Grace needs a bit more than a courteous "I don't appreciate that."  I guess I was just hoping for more.  Something more recent woulda been good too.
2013-05-21 06:08:42 PM
1 votes:

bugontherug: lennavan: So I clicked, all giddy at the excitement of seeing someone tell Nancy Grace off.

"I really, to be frankly honest, don't appreciate you bringing this all up."

That's it?

Coming as it did from a teenage girl recently kidnapped and repeatedly raped, I thought it was devastating in its polite understatement.


Oh, definitely.
2013-05-21 06:05:56 PM
1 votes:

BATMANATEE: crab66: What a scatterbrained uninformative article.

It wasn't an article. It was an ad for an upcoming book.


Agreed.  This was little more than a plug without the "plug" icon.
2013-05-21 05:57:04 PM
1 votes:

Heathen: skinbubble: lennavan: So I clicked, all giddy at the excitement of seeing someone tell Nancy Grace off.

"I really, to be frankly honest, don't appreciate you bringing this all up."

That's it?

Not taking the troll bait and sticking to the high road is better than sinking to Nancy Grace's level and doing it in a mature, level headed way is bonus points.

screw that, jam a #2 pencil into her throat


No one should waste a perfectly good pencil on that biatch.
2013-05-21 05:55:49 PM
1 votes:

skinbubble: lennavan: So I clicked, all giddy at the excitement of seeing someone tell Nancy Grace off.

"I really, to be frankly honest, don't appreciate you bringing this all up."

That's it?

Not taking the troll bait and sticking to the high road is better than sinking to Nancy Grace's level and doing it in a mature, level headed way is bonus points.


screw that, jam a #2 pencil into her throat
2013-05-21 05:55:46 PM
1 votes:
Not very smart if she's still into religion...
2013-05-21 05:46:12 PM
1 votes:
Fun fact: "Nancy Grace" is actually an onomatopoeia. It's the exact sound a bag of rotting trash and feces makes when you throw it down a flight of stairs.
2013-05-21 05:46:10 PM
1 votes:
And she's a Mormon.

- 10
2013-05-21 05:46:00 PM
1 votes:

lennavan: So I clicked, all giddy at the excitement of seeing someone tell Nancy Grace off.

"I really, to be frankly honest, don't appreciate you bringing this all up."

That's it?


I really wish you wouldn't re-post such strong language. Most unseemly.
2013-05-21 05:45:05 PM
1 votes:
Get rid of The Seaward
2013-05-21 05:39:42 PM
1 votes:
Nancy Grace can eat a bag of dicks. (Not that she needs my prodding)
 
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