Where to begin? Let’s start with this Tweet, shall we?
JuliaAllison: I did the VERY FIRST interview w the founders about 9 months ago. RT @mashable: Why Pinterest is 2012′s hottest website
But my editors didn’t think @Pinterest was big enough to publish a @SocialStudies column about …. Oops. Next time I’ll push harder!!
Actually, it was August, according to her Twitter stream, so that was six months ago, not nine months ago. Math is hard!! And the VERY FIRST, says an exaggerating donkey? So what’s this, from a year ago? Looks like a long, detailed interview with one of the founders, conducted six months before Donkey’s VERY FIRST INTERVIEW EVER IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD BECAUSE SHE IS AHEAD OF THE CURVE BITCHES SHE IS SHIFTING PARADIGMS AND STUPID TMS WAS JUST TOO STUPID TO SEE IT THEY SUCK AND SHE IS AWESOME.
But this isn’t the only public lie she’s told recently, in addition to that mysterious deathly kidney infection that has seemingly all but disappeared without another mention.
She’s posting her crappy old TMS columns on the Huffington Post, and when asked by confused commenters “WTF?” since they are outdated and make no sense and her bio is filled with lies, she snottily replies to a comment since deleted (by the way, why would you delete the comment but leave the snarky reply to it? Idiot):
Oh, calm down Kevin. That bio was from last year, and it has been updated. Not sure where you heard I was “fired” but my contract was for a year, and I served it happily! Now I’m working for a new magazine, but I’m re-running my old columns here. I hope you enjoy them!
She tells another commenter, using the royal “we” since she isn’t about to admit she was too dumb and slothful to update the column before posting it:
I’m re-running about 50 or so of my columns from last year here on the Huffington Post. Wish I had caught the Will & Kate reference before we published it, but either way I hope you enjoy them!
Oh you dumb, dumb Donkey. Fact: Your column ran from March to September 2011. That’s seven months. Four columns a month. That’s a grand total of 28, and I believe you missed a couple of weeks, so it’s more like 26 or 27. And you did not serve out your contract happily. They terminated it. And put up a news release on their site about the fact they decided not to renew your contract. Which you freaked out about, and demanded they take down, because it might hurt your reality show prospects.
Run, JellyD! Run!