The Return Of Dr. Bobby’s Frankenstein


Sugar and meat may be poison, but Restylane and every neurotoxin under the sun are still A-OK by all-natural Donkey!


Oh no! You’ve got west coast competition, Dr. Bobby! Dr. David is San Francisco’s “plastic surgeon and filler specialist.” Check out his video below and then call to set up your own appointment. The wonk-eye will eventually go away.


Judy would have joined Rain at Standing Rock, or gone to La La Land with Ali Shanti to protest the pipeline, but a girl has her priorities. If only Peter Baugher would understand why she needs more money this month!

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274 Responses to The Return Of Dr. Bobby’s Frankenstein

  1. highly curated box of porno mags says:

    numero uno!

    in the spirit of holiday giving, i would like to share the following video clip

    it is wildly entertaining in an old fashioned yet bizarre way

    • highly curated box of porno mags says:

      u can fast forward past the first 2 minutes if u like

    • Albie Quirky Sending Hugs says:

      Thank you! What a remarkable assortment of vaguely useless talents those ladies have! Too bad they were decades too early for Cirque du Soleil.

      If you skip the first two minutes, you’ll miss some vintage overacting and bad New England accenting, so be warned.

    • Excellent Smells says:

      that was awesome. thank you!

    • Nosferatu-tu says:

      Holy sh*te! That was freaky and my back hurt just from watching.

      Gotta say, at approx the 5min mark, if you take away the talent it made me think about Ali shanti, Pamela Madsen etc and that is NOT a thought I want to have. That’s a clear NO to Nachos a la Fox Classics.

    • LickedRandisCake says:

      Gone are the good ol’ days when a man could summon three beautiful and flexible women by simply yelling “Suey!”

  2. Albie Quirky Sending Hugs says:

    Dermal fillers and neurotoxins, so natural, so vegan.

  3. highly curated box of porno mags says:

    i can see maybe a 50’s-60’s year old women in show business or tv media doing this if they have to look a certain way for the camera for a living

    otherwise it is kind of creepy and sad that people feel the need to do this in 30’s-40’s

  4. How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

    Can’t wait for this to go fantastically wrong …

    Being Jowlia: the Remake

  5. Tingolayo says:

    She films her face injections. Anything for attention. And Donkey, WASH YOUR DAMN FACE if you’re being filmed and/or having needles stuck into your skin. The pooled up makeup in her eye creases, gross.

    • Tingolayo says:

      JFA: It must have been SO HARD for her to force herself to enter the city, where there is no nature and people have no souls and all they want to do is make money, and there are icky things like public transportation and restaurants and museums, and it’s not eco-friendly and sustainable like her suburban McMansion that’s only accessible by car.

      • Random Snowflake™ says:

        Not to mention all those damn homeless people she wants to move to Alcatraz or Oakland..

      • Nosferatu-tu says:

        “….and people have no souls…”
        That’s how she ended up at Soul Cycle; she wasn’t being a basic bitch, she was looking to cleanse her aura from all the city madness. Maybe that’s how she’ll spin it to Chad.

    • Frequent Liar Miles says:

      Frosty-white eyeshadow, 900 years ago, and she still to this day will not give it up.

      P.S.: NOZZLES! Like outta-control NOZZLES.

  6. Gimme Pig of Love says:


    I was so excited to have a kitten. Am finally through first trimester, which was rough, only to discover kitten has some kind of horrific abnormality that may resolve itself, may result in miscarriage, or kitten could be born with severe defects. So….could end any which way?

    With Trumpy as our president and the future of healthcare are uncertain, I will choose termination if issue does not resolve; I don’t want my poor kitten to live a life of suffering without healthcare. Of course, my stupid ass conservative state makes it impossible to get abortions so I may have to fly to CA to do it (parents are there).

    Y’all, I wanna die but not until I have murdered all the forced birth ‘activists’ for making what is going to be the worst choice I have ever made even worse. It was awful…baby has face and limbs and beating heart and sucked his thumb at ultrasound today. And I probably can’t keep him.

    • Tingolayo says:

      No words, Gimme, just hugs.

    • How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

      & more hugs

    • Veruca Salt Lick says:

      Big hugs. We are here for you.

    • Snow yells "Nachos!" says:


    • grammarian says:

      i am so so sorry to hear your story. with softness.

    • Ali Shanti's Pubic Lice says:

      Oh Gimme. Hugs and good thoughts. There are no words.

    • i.just.can't. says:

      sigh. in disbelief. fuck. im here for you.

    • Winchester House of Fauxtoshoots, Microphones & Ghosted Book Deals says:

      Wow, can’t imagine what you’re going through. I’m so sorry (and even sorrier that I don’t have the right words to express how sorry I am).

    • This is quackery, Julia! says:

      hugs, all the hugs.

    • AnnaPelt is Happy at 138 says:

      I can’t imagine. But, unlike Judy, we have empathy here in the basement. Thoughts are with you.

    • [temporarily redacted vulgar username] says:

      This is brutal. I’m so sorry it is happening.

    • Stalker is the new ¿Que fuck? says:

      what a nightmare. I’m so sorry you are living through this. We love you.

    • dr. cupcake cray cray says:

      I am so sorry, Gimme. You’ll be in my thoughts.

    • Helena (The Same Amount of NOT) says:

      Oh, Gimme. So terribly sorry. Wish I could do more than just send you hugs.

      It happened to my mom between she had me and my brother (except abortion was and pretty much still is NBD around here, so she didn’t have to go quite through the same as you). About 18 months later she had another perfectly healthy baby. I hope for a similar positive turnaround for you as well.


      • grammarian says:

        i have read that japan accepts this as well, for both abortions of choice and necessity, and has ceremonies for women who wish to grieve for a wanted baby that is lost

        • Gimme Pig of Love says:

          Grammarian I am going to look this up. Thanks for letting me know. I am totally going to make all my friends and family participate in a ceremony lol

        • Hot Foot Lurch is Not My Guru says:

          This is such a humane way of looking at it. I am ashamed for us as a society that we don’t have better ways to support you during such a hard time with so many hard choices to make. It is horrible how the religious right has eroded our reproductive rights.

          Whatever you choose to do, I hope you know that you have unconditional support here. I am so sorry you have to go through something so horribly sad.

      • Moroccanwear says:

        I lost my third baby very, very late in my pregnancy years ago. I too had another baby, through adoption, later. It was so, so sad, but I can’t imagine my family being configured differently from how it ended up.

        I am so sorry you are going through this, Gimme Pig.

    • MYwoogasm says:

      More hugs, Gimme. So sorry for your troubles.

    • Nosferatu-tu says:

      Oh, Gimme, I’m so sorry for the pain you and your partner are facing.
      Fuck Trump and conservative states that make accessing services so difficult. There should be support, not more obstacles.
      Hugs from me, too. All the hugs. If you want to, please keep us posted on how you’re doing.

    • Albie Quirky Sending Hugs says:

      Oh, Gimme Pig, what an awful situation to be in. I am so very sorry. All the love.

    • Little Orphan Lilly says:

      I am so very sorry. I wish I had something better to say, but please know that you and yours are in my (creepy anonymous internet) thoughts. <3

    • Gimme Pig of Love says:

      Just wanna say thanks for all the love, every comment. I am not emotionally ready to tell any but my closest family (I dunno if I can handle the concern weirdly?) but still needed the support, if that makes sense. Helena your story helps a lot and everyone I have literally printed out this thread to keep next to my bed.

      Thank you again. You are my favorite peeps.

      • Fell off the rainbow raft says:

        It’s a tough situation you’re going through but we’re all here to help support you in any way you need. Sending hugs and love and holding your hand.

      • Stalker is the new ¿Que fuck? says:

        and another thing, don’t think you have to react any kind of way. Your reaction is fine whatever it is. There’s no rulebook for this type of situation and you are a beautiful wonderful human being no matter what happens.

        • MYwoogasm says:

          Amen, seconded. One foot in front of the other and follow your instincts and feelings, which are yours alone. Sending good thoughts your way.

      • Craying Mantis says:

        My thoughts and hugs are with you and your little one inside of you. I wish I could say more and offer better support than that. You’re thinking like a mama. You’re doing your best. There is a lot of love and support here. I’m glad you felt you could come here (I came to the basement when I was having a hard time with kitten issues too; and we now have a healthy little one). I remember how much I needed and valued and got important support here. Really, you all are wonderful.

      • Helena (Slutty Minnie Castevet) says:

        We are with you, Gimme. I’ve thought of you on and off whole day today. Co-signed what Stalker and others said: don’t be harsh on yourself, don’t judge your reactions, take good care of yourself. I realize this sounds like the trite narcissistic reassurance woos always feature in their faux-epiphanies but this is the exact opposite, this is REAL, and unlike any of them, you sound like you do need to love yourself more. You are going through a horribly difficult situation that is in no part your own fault, and you’re honest and smart and strong and a very good person. Good vibes ON THE HOUSE.

        I hope your close family gives you the support you need IRL.


    • A-Game Content says:

      Gimme, all the hugs. Sending you good thoughts, vibes, and prayers. FWIW, you sound like a strong woman. please know that we are here for those moments when you don’t feel so strong.

    • Greg'sWife (literally) says:

      Oh Gimme… I’m so sorry. I know how you feel having experienced a similar situation 12 years ago. On the same day, at 18 weeks, I found out I was having twins and the boy had a deformity that showed up on the ultra-sound. It was either isolated or indicative of many other things two of which were not compatible with life. It was a very dark time, not many options as I was so far along and I had to think of a second baby but in my terror, confusion, and disbelief this had happened, I always knew I had a choice. Thankfully, the deformity was the only issue albeit severe. And I have the same fear with the future of healthcare because my son will have to be treated well into adulthood.
      I’m sending best wishes your way and praying for the resolution your doctor stated. ((((hugs))))

    • wonkeye says:

      I’m so sorry. What an excruciating decision. Please take good care of yourself.

    • Pass the Nachos Please says:

      Gimme, no words for what you’re going through, just love, hope and support.

    • donkey schoen says:

      I’m so, so sorry about this. You will get through this. It will be awful for a while and it will always hurt. But, you will make it and be ok. Sending you thoughts of love, strength and hope.

    • Gimme Pig of Love says:

      Just wanted to thank everyone for their support and love again. It means the world. My best friend, who has suffered two miscarriages, asked for if I had a good online support group and asked if I wanted to join hers. I tried to explain the love I got from here and couldn’t find words to explain this place so I just said I had one already and it was the best. And it really is. Thank you again.

    • Lily's 3rd Eye says:

      I’m so sorry. Sending warm thoughts to you.

    • Dyspeptic would go only if she spoke says:

      thinking of you, Gimme, and sending all good wishes for getting through a difficult time. Many virtual hugs.

    • Jacy "Donk" LaRue Jacy "Donk" LaRue says:

      My God, Gimme, that is terrible. I am so sorry. xxoo

  7. ShesJustStupid says:

    I can’t wait to see her face in the upcoming photos. She always looks so weird after getting injections. How she justifies this alongside her bullshit commune living posts is beyond me. Eat organic! No meat! Love the earth! Namaste! No pollution in Natve American water! Self love!


    • Hot Foot Lurch is Not My Guru says:

      Also, that shit is expensive. She doesn’t have the disposable income to do this if she is squabbling about money with Choad.

      • Midwestern Verve Clicquot says:

        Also – and this is directed at Mr. Phutureprimitive in the event that he’s reading this – think about what it means that your “partner” prioritizes spending money on her appearance over making an equal financial contribution to your shared household.

        • Hot Foot Lurch is Not My Guru says:

          Especially when your partner is only 35 and all of this is ridiculously frivolous and unnecessary.

        • Grammarian of tmorrow says:

          Her fans demand it, they expect melts face for all her multimedia fauxtoshoots and appearances, it’s a necessary cost

  8. Reverse Funneler says:

    I was wondering why she would be so dumb as to check-in at a plastic surgery office and a quick Yelp search answered it for me.

    Can y’all guess?

    25$ off any treatment if you check-in!


  9. Midwestern Verve Clicquot says:

    Pretty sure Allergan, the company that manufactures Botox, is anti-LGBT. So much for being a fucking ally, bitch.

    • Winchester House of Fauxtoshoots, Microphones & Ghosted Book Deals says:

      I don’t know this story, interesting, had not heard this. Not at all doubting, just haven’t heard anything along these lines before.

    • dr. cupcake cray cray says:

      Damnit. I turned 35 this week and I come from a family of people who wear perma-dents into our foreheads from furrowing our brows when we concentrate, so I’ve started thinking I will probably try some Botox in the next few years, to keep ahead of mine. This screws with my plan.

      • Winchester House of Fauxtoshoots, Microphones & Ghosted Book Deals says:

        There’s also Dysport (competes with Botox) or possibly Restylane depending on where specifically you’re looking to fill.

      • Hot Foot Lurch is Not My Guru says:

        I’ve had Juvederm and Botox. In the hands of the right surgeon you can make subtle changes that make sense. For instance, Botox can fix resting bitchface and droopy eyebrows. Nobody knows or can tell that I get it. The doctor makes all the difference. Mine is extremely conservative and never does too much.

        • Moroccanwear says:

          So you’re saying I should skip the Botox nights at the tavern downtown?

          • ShesJustStupid says:

            Fact: my coworker has a dentist that also does her ” elevenses.” Apparently, botulism application can totally be a side job.

          • Moroccanwear says:

            You are acting like I am joking about Botox at the bar…I am not. Life in the suburbs is not without its own sort of dangers.

          • grammarian says:

            the women i am not friends with have botox parties, yes

          • Hot Foot Lurch is Not My Guru says:

            It even has dangers at the legit dermatologist’s office. I originally got Botox by a board certified dermatologist, but just twice there, because the second time she injected me improperly and my eyebrows drooped. It wears off in 4-6 months, which is a long time to live with a mistake if it happens. I switched to a very good plastic surgeon and have had great results since.

  10. BeepBeepBoopBeepBeep. I Am A Robot. says:

    I see Dr. Bobby’s ads on the subway now. No one ever got poor taking advantage of other people’s insecurities.

  11. How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

    Any bets on how soon before Donk crowd-sources FB for a new fauxtog to faxtoshoot the latest iteration of her melty face? Surely there’ll be a Craymas 2016 album coming up …

    • Winchester House of Fauxtoshoots, Microphones, & Ghosted Book Deals says:

      Wonder why she didn’the crowdsource for a plastic surgeon?

      • Winchester House of Fauxtoshoots, Microphones, & Ghosted Book Deals says:

        Jfa’ing ‘conscious plastic surgeon’

        • Gilly Blake, CEO, Donkey Disparagement Industry Gilly, International Shirtless DJ of Mystery says:

          Might I suggest?


          • Nosferatu-tu says:

            Perfection. That and when Liberace can’t close his eyes in his sleep anymore (which reminds me of the cat that was named ugliest sleeping face, in Japan I think).

  12. ShesJustStupid says:

    Aaannnd…she’s in Denver, presumably stalking ILY RAIN at his concert in…Ft. Collins? She missed the Denver one, which was yesterday and he’s going to play in SF tomorrow. I’m sensing desperation. I’m thinking Chad was non plussed by her spoiled brat FB post so she went to spin class, got some injections and flew to CO to surprise him.

    In any event, she’s pathetic.

    • Stalker is the new ¿Que fuck? says:

      see also: your username.

    • ShesJustStupid says:

      Sorry, she’s in Boulder, not Denver.

    • Winchester House of Fauxtoshoots, Microphones & Ghosted Book Deals says:

      Mmm facial fillers from the plastic surgeon and following balding carnie DJ 2.0, oh we are breaking up. The thing he probably didn’t count on is that she will not take this like cute and tiny.

      • ShesJustStupid says:

        Yes, I’m thinking she crashed at Grape Nehi’s because Chad was ignoring her and then a desperate attempt at fitness and fillers before flying off for ONE NIGHT in Colorado. Unless she’s planning on missing his SF show the following day. Desperate Weirdo is Desperate.

        • Hot Foot Lurch is Not My Guru says:

          The holibrays always make her go off the rails. She has visions of traditions past (bonobos, ugly sweaters, university club, matching family jammies, wishing for engagement rings), yet these things don’t jibe with her new age present, which includes New Year’s Eve sex parties and flying off to dirt feats in Costa Rica.

          Unstable Donkey turns into control-freak Donkey, so it probably isn’t a harmonious time around Choadville these days. Last year this time, she flew off to Tony Robbins in Florida and got sent flowers, and we suspected cryface and trouble in paradise then, too. We speculated he wasn’t paying enough attention to her for her liking. He had just done that gig on Folsom Street last year, too.

          • Winchester House of Fauxtoshoots, Microphones & Ghosted Book Deals says:

            And like any guy she’s ever dated. They hate this site until they see the logic in the comments. Hi Chad, good luck ghosting this one.

          • ShesJustStupid says:

            Agree. As my user name indicates, I’ve never understood why people sometimes ascribe such complex psychological motives to someone who, to my mind, is such a Basic North Shore Bitch.

          • grammarian says:

            in re the basicness of north shore bitches: yes, they are legion. and if you just ignore them, life becomes ever so much easier.

        • grammarian says:

          luggage carousel fauxtos of yore

      • Midwestern Verve Clicquot says:

        Totally. Also probably why he chose to go to Standing Rock, sadly, because it doesn’t make sense to fly all the way out there for just a few days, and right before what looks like a busy weekend of traveling/DJing. I also think that’s why Julia shared his post. I’ve noticed she tends to publicly pander to friends/partners/family when she’s majorly fucked up (remember when she had some long, fawning post about her mom?) and pissed them off somehow. In the BPD/NPD support community, this behavior is known as “hoovering” – i.e., when a disordered person violates someone else’s boundaries, rather than apologizing like a normal and emotionally healthy person, the disordered person attempts to regain control via kissing ass.

        • Winchester House of Fauxtoshoots, Microphones & Ghosted Book Deals says:

          Yes she thinks it makes it harder from them to be mad at her if she posts never realizing it has the exact opposite goal.
          It must really chap her ass that more of us likely agree with DJ Stands Without Shirt on this who pays thing than agree with her.

    • How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

      Insecure Donkey is insecure — the Cute & Tiny ex-gf lives just one hour & change away from Phruit’s gig tonight — she (Donk) will be in full-on tree hugger mode, clinging desperately to the cheating POS.

      • The Cabinet of Dr. Bobby says:

        What was her name again? Just realized I’m confusing her with LaFlamme.

        • Hot Foot Lurch is Not My Guru says:


        • How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

          HINT: It’s NOT Monika de Meyer …

          • the cabinet of dr. bobby says:

            Just checked out CL’s social media presence, looks like she’s doing way more with her life than Donkey.

          • Midwestern Verve Clicquot says:

            She really is. She does seem like she’s previously had a nascent inclination toward social justice and doing good that comes from a more authentic place than with our Donkey. (She used to initiative donation drives while on tour with dRain.) Just another way that Julia seems to have SWF’d a former “sister” to land a man.

            Anyway, it warms my cold, stony heart that this twentysomething, formerly so condescended to and mistreated by a Donkey, has become so socially and civically engaged in her new community in such a short time. She’s got people tagging her in posts about organizing activities and they’re sharing items on her wall, and she’s not just sitting around and hitting “share” on some lame clickbait; she seems to actually be going out and WORKING. Even when she does share FB links, she’s got a full dialogue going on in the comments.

            She also recently got her own apartment, which I don’t think Donkey’s managed to do in at least a decade, if ever. Here’s to Tiny n Cute!

          • Random Snowflake™ says:

            @Dr. Bobby – If she got out of bed this morning and washed her hair she’s done more with her life than Donkey.

          • Hot Foot Lurch is Not My Guru says:

            Getting away from Choad and that narcissistic Mystic scene was probably the best thing that could have happened to her. It may not have felt good at the time, but I bet she is glad now. Baffling thing is that she is still friends with the old raunch.

  13. The Cabinet of Dr. Bobby says:


  14. ShesJustStupid says:

    Ha! This is one Chad’s music page not his personal page from yesterday. One can only hope he got wise and dumped her.

    “Happiness is not something you postpone for the future; it is something you design for the present.”
    –Jim Rohn

    • Hot Foot Lurch is Not My Guru says:

      Dating Choad brought Donkey status in her “tribe.” It will be interesting to see what happens to her there when they are no longer an item.

      • ShesJustStupid says:

        Didn’t she put a fb post up about how they were going to Costa Rica for New Year’s Eve?

        • Hot Foot Lurch is Not My Guru says:

          I think so. Wonder if they’re still going or if this wasn’t just some wishful thinking trip Donkey scheme-juiced.

        • [temporarily redacted vulgar username] says:

          When she writes “we are going to [such and such place or thing], who knows what “we” really means to her?
          Maybe it is even the royal We.

  15. Twitter Banned by Julie says:

    While pumping my own gas today, I caught a glimpse of the life Julia coulda, woulda, shoulda had…..that of Talk Stoop lady wearing a sundress with lots of make-up on national gas-station-pumps across the US of A!!
    This is Success!!
    It could have been Julia!!

    (Julie says she was on Taxi Cab TV, but I never saw her on it)

  16. How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:


    ‘… Wendy spotted the broken seals on five of the nine machines in question. […] broken tamper seals stand out as alarming – and could serve as legal fodder for expanding the scope of the recount. […] Sixty of the seventy-two counties have voluntarily agreed to do hand recounts. However, of the twelve counties which refused, Donald Trump won nine of them. These tampered seals could be used to convince the judge to order the remaining twelve counties to do hand recounts.’

    ‘… all three states in question have now acknowledged that they initially erred wildly in Trump’s favor, to the tune of thousands of votes each, in their initially reported numbers.’

  17. mcakez says:

    Oakland warehouse fire. How long before the woos make it about them?

    • [temporarily redacted vulgar username] says:

      “Omg these DANGEROUS RAVES, wherever will we have FUN and COMMUNITY and SAFE SPACE?!”

      Real Answer: The woos I know are on this (making things all about themselves) at approximately the speed of light. Let’s see how long it takes these woos to catch up.

      • Jenna's Lions says:

        Yeah same. Had a friend post “I know people who knew people who were there,” like she’s somehow involved. So gross to insert yourself in a tragedy for attention.

    • Albie Quirky Sending Hugs says:

      That Oakland fire sounded horrifying. We had a ten-alarm fire here in Cambridge today, which was scary, but fortunately only property was damaged.

      Dolly Parton is distinguishing herself by helping the people affected by the Gatlinburg, Tennessee fires, which, that woman is a national treasure, is what.

      • Midwestern Verve Clicquot says:

        Seriously. Julia, do you think Dolly Parton ever got anywhere by expecting for the masculine to provide?

    • RollsRoyceRevenge says:

      Sounds like a woo was running the place. From the Guardian:

      “The former resident of the warehouse said that when she was there three children, including two under 10 years old, lived in the building with the family of the reported management. The children were said to be safe by the building’s reported manager, who wrote on Facebook that they and his wife were at a hotel “safe and sound”.

      “Everything I worked so hard for is gone,” he wrote on Facebook. “It’s as if I have awoken from a dream filled with opulence and hope … to be standing now in poverty of self worth.”

      And charred corpses.

      Don’t forget all the charred corpses.

      • grammarian says:

        irresponsible people are irresponsible

      • [temporarily redacted vulgar username] says:

        Somebody’s priorities are right down the toilet. About as expected.

        • RollsRoyceRevenge says:

          To be fair, this person might have been too much in shock or had too little information when they wrote that to have processed what happened.

          • [temporarily redacted vulgar username] says:

            That is indeed fair. Is it sad that I honestly imagine people would talk about their own “poverty of self-worth” even knowing of the 9-40 dead bodies of people who died horribly?

          • Midwestern Verve Clicquot says:

            I fell down a total rabbit hole going through that man’s FB feed. He is not the best with words, so take the post with a grain of salt.

            However, he’d apparently had his kids taken away from him by CPS previously. Friends and neighbors conspired with family members to have the kids taken away. So he is definitely irresponsible, possibly a touch narcissistic (multiple people had told him to get his shit together with the house, apparently, and the house conditions were a big factor in his kids being taken out of his custody), and definitely not too bright (all of this is from his FB page)

      • Frequent Liar Miles says:

        OT, but semi-related (though you will find that nothing’s unrelated once you are old like me and you have the perspective of long years, and the leisure to analyze): I was online recently looking to acquire some safety gloves to replace some that I have that have deteriorated over the years (they are big and bright yellow and I found them at a flea market many years ago and they reigned decoratively on top of my refrigerator forever), when somehow my search turned up an image of a charred corpse (seared, blackened, bloody, split open, and probably someone’s dad), a lineman who I guess did not follow safety glove protocol correctly — I did not ask to see that! And he’s been haunting me for days now. I guess the moral of the story is: be careful of what you search for on the internet. I guess. Thanks, cats, for letting me unload. Maybe I will not see seared lineman in my dreams tonight.

        • Tingolayo says:

          I was looking up Manson Family stuff (because always) and the unedited crime scene photos (in color, yet) popped up. I’d never seen them before, and had never wanted to. Assumed they were sealed up forever. Horrible, haunting; never parole those pieces of shit.

          • grammarian says:

            somebody said online that the sandy hook photos will eventually leak, and when they do, anyone who is against banning guns forever has no soul

        • Winchester House of Fauxtoshoots, Microphones & Ghosted Book Deals says:

          I had similar experience years ago with a story of a young girl that stole her dad’s expensive sports car & died. I was looking for something related but not the actual pictures of the crash. Cannot unsee, and that was probably 10 years ago. I’ve seen some horrible things (I worked trauma surgery selling plates and screws), you’re somewhat prepared for that but this was scarring.

          • cakez says:

            The picture is horrifying, but what’s truly awful is how the internet treated her family after the whole thing. Calling the parents, emailing the pictures to the family constantly. Twisting the story to make it a schadenfreude-licious example of rich ‘assholes’ getting their ‘ironic’ comeuppance for buying their spoiled brat an extremely expensive sports car (when in reality she had mental health issues and stole the car when denied access.)

            The rise of the orange one has made me scared of the Internet.

          • How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

            RE: your last sentence, mcakez, OMG the Michael Flynns (father & son team, for anyone not playing along at home) & their perpetuation of the bullshit “news” culminating in Pizzagate … Holy How Fuck

      • Winchester House of Fauxtoshoots, Microphones & Ghosted Book Deals says:

        Had his kids taken away from him & called the grandmother evil. (Beetlejuice)

    • grammarian says:

      safety hazards, illegal occupancy, RVs parked in the building that no doubt went up like rockets … hoarder nests, on and on

      • [temporarily redacted vulgar username] says:

        But but but … anarchism. Because laws, like vaccines and education (but unlike face chemicals and $$$$) are just The Man’s way of keeping you down.

        • Fieierce Mani says:

          If she indeed got her face injected yet again, how incongruent to her woo life is that! Chad why you do a donkey? Seriously, your brand is better than that.

          • Wolf, Hemmingaway and Khaat Whores says:

            Come on!

            Haven’t you noticed all the effort that Chad puts in keeping his chest (and croctch and balls and ass probably) absolutely hairless? The pollution generated by all that spent wax can ruin about 3 miles of pristine beach every week.

            They woos are all basically fake, or they wouldn’t be woos.

          • Fieierce Mani says:

            Wolf, you or imagery made me lol. Thank you.

          • [temporarily redacted vulgar username] says:

            Waxed and polished like a bowling ball. So much petroleum! LMAO

            New name for Choad: “This fucking guy.”

          • grammarian says:

            probably anal bleaching too

    • Pass the Nachos Please says:

      I can’t find it again but there was a first person story on Redditabout someone who was in the fire. How the staircase was rickety and the have no recollection how they found it. Within a minute there was so much smoke, the only way this person found the entrance was because someone was yelling “this is the exit!”

      Firemen reported they couldn’t get into the building because all of the clutter:

      Just horrible.

  18. Hot Foot Lurch is Not My Guru says:

    This is the guy responsible for the event, he lived in the building. And…ILYRAIN is on his friends list.

    • grammarian says:

      death toll rises to 24, nytimes. irresponsible woos. we want to dance and listen to music; yes, there are places for that, they are called licensed performance spaces, they have sufficient exits and sprinklers for crowds to attend without dying of smoke and burns

      • Hot Foot Lurch is Not My Guru says:

        I have to say, it looked like a very cool space. But this is what happens when Burning Man artists try to duplicate Burning Man at home. You literally get BURNING MEN.

        • [temporarily redacted vulgar username] says:

          Holy sh– …

          So many people are blaming capitalist greed for this fire. And I do agree, obviously, though I can’t say more for fear of oversharing/etc., that housing prices are out of control. But after reading the Reddit thread Pass the Nachos links to above: it is clear this space was not for “the poors” who simply could not afford to live/party someplace that adhered to building code. This was a death trap built and maintained by a wealthy “curator” who *chose* to dangerously siphon electricity off of neighbors and fill his illegal crash pad/performance space with expensive pieces of kindling because “fuck The Man.”

          I want to say more, but it is not the time or place. Just that, willfully or not, people do not understand what kind of human cost the hybrid of anarchist politics/Burning Man/inherited- or tech money is going to incur.

          • grammarian says:

            it is the price of blind privilege … nobody who works for a living has time for this bullshit

          • [temporarily redacted vulgar username] says:


            One look at all that furniture gives it away: no ordinary/working person could afford all that, and even if it all came from thrift stores/giveaways/the Free section of CL/curb scrounging, it would take absolute aaaaages to find it all. Much less put together all the “art” “installations” (in quotes because some were cool, some were a little lame, and all of them went up like matchsticks in the blaze).

          • Midwestern Verve Clicquot says:

            Crawl through his Facebook page if you can stomach it. He and his family have traveled quite a bit, both within and outside the U.S. They’re not wanting for cash.

          • [temporarily redacted vulgar username] says:

            Rumor is that he has already fled the country. Not the action of a financially strapped individual (or someone whose conscience is clear either).

          • How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

            @trvu: I read that too (in one place only; here: ) but I have to wonder where did he have sufficient cash & his passport stashed? Airplines frown on people lvg the country w/ lots of cash but no luggage, on a ticket bought suddenly, & what about his family, did he leave them behind? So many questions.

            I did notice on his fb pg (in that thread that’s getting slammed non-stop) that a guy left a ph # — he supposedly lives in the Cayman Islands & he has up some rental listings for Novato, so I wonder if anyone’s hiding them out. Likely.

          • Hot Foot Lurch is Not My Guru says:
          • Hot Foot Lurch is Not My Guru says:

            Indoor fire headdresses at Ghost Ship


          • [temporarily redacted vulgar username] says:

            Omg — comments to that YouTube video are fucking brilliant. Laughing hysterically despite the subject matter. Yeah: dude is so totally fucked.

          • [temporarily redacted vulgar username] says:

            Brayella, that article hits all the expected notes. Delusional, self-centered, narcissistic creeplord; casual crystal meth use; bunches of transient would-be hippies; ongoing ambient biohazards; gleeful neglect of children comorbid with exploitation of underaged help; oh, and:

            “At this moment… women dames chicks ladies grannies of the girl type persuasion would be preferred.”

            I’m sure they are, you crackpot (sh)artist shitlord.

          • [temporarily redacted vulgar username] says:

            “You … shitlord” = Delus-Ion-al Damon the Death Dealer, not Brayella.

          • my greg it's full of stars says:

            Just reading today that one of the ex-tenants who bailed after a few months and informed the authorities was charged:

            $700 security deposit
            $700 monthly rent
            $700 one-time fee toward “improvements” that were never carried out

            It depresses me that so many people see some kind of “liberation” or “freedom” in this kind of crass blond rastaman exploitation.

        • [temporarily redacted vulgar username] says:

          (PS: agreeing with you wholeheartedly, Lurch. I reread my comment after posting and realized it was not clear.
          Also all the people complaining about capitalism are on other sites, and in the house where I live, not on RBD.)

    • Hot Foot Lurch is Not My Guru says:

      JFAing to say that this guy is getting excoriated on FB for lamenting his material loss and not acknowledging the lives lost.

      • grammarian says:

        roasted, absolutely roasted. with predictable woo comments, why so much anger?

        • Embodied Technologist says:

          The whole country seems to be seathing.

          • [temporarily redacted vulgar username] says:

            “Why so much anger” just becomes funny when I think about it like this.

            Americans are mad as hell at life in general and the echo chamber of (mostly white) people who insulate themselves from reality seems even more absurd and insulting in context.

          • grammarian says:

            i like your “seathing” typo more than anything else i’ve seen in a great long while

    • How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

      None of the news articles I’ve read so far today mention the whereabouts of this Derick Ion / Derick Alemany (seems to me he’d be best off in protective custody right now) but a connection’s FB pg I read last night says word on the street is he had already left the country. Seems doubtful & I rather hope all his money burnt up. Noticed too he has an older kid using a variation on Ion for a surname — were these people on the run &/or hiding in plain sight?

      Such a sad catastrophe. I imagine that city is going to pay out big after having dropped the ball a few weeks back.

      • Midwestern Verve Clicquot says:

        He seems like a narcissist to me – believes himself to be above the law, inflated sense of self-importance, etc. I feel bad for the kids.

        • [temporarily redacted vulgar username] says:

          Can’t wait until he gets caught in some tropical paradise hideaway and whines to high heaven about being extradited back to face the music in America. Fascism, he will say! He is being persecuted just like Snowden! He felt the pain of Assange in exile!

          I just read that one of the bouncers (?) involved in the Station Nightclub disaster chose to plead guilty for all 100 counts of manslaughter because he knew he was guilty and wanted to spare everyone the pain/expense of trial. While in jail he hand-wrote apology letters to each victim’s family. He was eventually granted parole, with the support of survivors as well as victims’ families, because people felt he was serving enough of a life sentence without needing to be in prison too.
          Clearly he shouldn’t have done what he did in the first place, but I think it is almost heroic that he took responsibility and was accountable for his actions. The woos, and many others, could learn a lot from that example.

        • How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

          I feel really bad for those kids too, but glad to know that CPS picked them up yesterday evening — it’s for their own good, of course, but that well may tamp down Derick Ion’s propensity to be a flight risk. Or not, if he’s in a nothing-to-lose-now frame of mind. W/ the city now open for business again this Mon’ morning, hopefully he’s about to be picked up & formally charged.

          I’m reminded of a niece who was very little when their house blew up (gas leak) & she (out of six in the family) had to have psych therapy afterwards because she could not comprehend both the upheaval & total loss of all her possessions. Her little world was completely undone — that’s what I keep thinking about re the two smaller kids of this bunch, that they’ll need that kind of help & won’t get it.

  19. Grammarian of tmorrow says:

    Defining characteristic of woo, care only about myself

  20. Darling dearest communicates with grace says:

    an acquaintance of mine from college posted on Facebook that one of her best friends died in the fire. I knew of a few warehouses converted into living collectives in Boston, filled with former classmates and engineers. they weren’t like the woos at all, these were the people that build the amazing art at burning man, contribute some really amazing things. not marry themselves in the desert.

    • Midwestern Verve Clicquot says:

      A friend of a friend is among the dead. My friend (who often attends similar events for networking purposes) is an incredible artist, who overcame incredible odds – came from a poor migrant farmer family; actually orphaned at a young age; put himself through community college by working a service job – to get to the place where he is today. He is now at a place in his life where he can support himself mainly through his art, and he got there purely on talent, a tireless work ethic, and having the kind of quietly warm, gracious personality that makes people want to give you a shot. If you’ve been to Oakland, you have likely seen his art in public spaces. It drives me bananas that people like him, who literally add to the local color of the Bay Area, are being driven out by dilettantes like Julia Allison, privileged bubbleheads who literally do nothing but take up sorely needed space in an already overcrowded housing market.

      I’m sure many of the other victims of the fire are made of the same stuff as my friend is. It could just have easily been him in that fire, and while I’m grateful it wasn’t, my heart goes out to those who were, and their loved ones.

      • [temporarily redacted vulgar username] says:

        I’m so sorry for your friend’s loss, and share your anger at the bottom-feeding freeloaders who are fucking shit up for people who are just trying to survive. Hugs to you all.

      • How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

        Also sorry for the FoaF, & all the others — this will a haunting loss & so very hard to contemplate.

  21. Grifty Hot Foot Lurch is Not My Guru says:

    In other news, Noodley is planning to give birth on her living room floor, pitched a hormonal fit when buying a Christmas tree, and had her ex husband stay with the two of them for five days a few weeks ago and give Noah fatherhood advice.

    She is also offering a “lower cost virtual mastermind” series next year, not because she has a new baby and it would be more convenient for her. No. Because people asked her for a lower cost option that didn’t involve travel. Come on, Noodley. Be honest.

    I used to root for her. Now I just think she is a ditz.

    • Winchester House of Fauxtoshoots, Microphones & Ghosted Book Deals says:

      W.O.W. I truly fear when people who lack self-awareness have children. It’s seldom for the right reason.

    • grammarian says:

      woo bullshit is woo bullshit

      also, natural home birth — more blind privilege; great until a medical emergency happens

    • ShesJustStupid says:

      Lord. Just have a healthy baby. However that happens. She isn’t going to give two shits about love letters and photos when she’s pushing him out.

    • Mrs. Gilly Blake says:

      Noodles emailed us in an attempt to dictate content. Busy as hell but I’ll try to get something up tonight.

      • Winchester House of Fauxtoshoots, Microphones & Ghosted Book Deals says:

        Nisha Moodley is just as abusive as Julia Allison or Alexis Neely aka Ali Shanti…birds of a dirty burning man turkey feather. Going to my anonymous industry message board was hilarious because she actually thought she was important enough to remember. I work with and help real women with real medical issues.
        Getting knocked up and chasing a man insecurely to burning man isn’t a problem, it’s a life choice. These woo women are weak, insecure and chase the “masculine” who can’t ran away fast enough. Who can blame ’em?

  22. Winchester House of Fauxtoshoots, Microphones & Ghosted Book Deals says:

    Anyone think donkey is dwelling in one of these artists type homes? To the best of recollection we’ve not seen endless pictures of her “home” like the previous she shared with airbnb roommate prior to eviction.
    Not saying Ghost Ship but any type of dwelling like this in the area will get shut down quickly in the next few weeks.

    • grammarian says:

      coat ghouls and towel curtains, no dout

      also, it’s never the owners who die in fires

      making owners liable for sub-letters would be a step in the right direction

      • Winchester House of Fauxtoshoots, Microphones & Ghosted Book Deals says:

        She keeps talking about communal living etc. I could see her running to Daders with this saying she was “inside” to exploit some cash for a new pad out of him. Mind you, she got evicted from her last place but manipulation and blame are always the name of her game.

        I agree whoever owns the warehouse and leased it should be liable. Preying on people’s weaknesses and selling them space in that death trap. But like you said that Derick guy got out (makes me wonder if there was insurance on the place) and all he’s worried about is his ruined life. I hope that life involves jail. (He took down that post).

    • Sacred Scrapbooks says:

      I have no idea where she is living, and in fact don’t care, but after reading numerous stories about tragedy I do have a simple question: how did this building pass inspection as a commercial space? No emergency exits, no fire lanes, exposed wiring, insufficient fire supression, cracked walls, unpermitted build-out, etc. Commerical building and fire codes don’t have an exemption for artists’ studios. In pre-gentrified loft buildings in NYC the answer was simple: payoffs.

      • Winchester House of Fauxtoshoots, Microphones & Ghosted Book Deals says:

        I read (I don’t know how accurate) but from someone who once visited that GS was hacking electricity from neighbors and why the wires were exposed. He stated that it was common for the lights to go out, he used his phone to light his way around. The water was shut off several times for non-payment. The wife of Ion was asking people on FB (previously) for a place to bathe her 3 children.
        Looks like from video open flames were not uncommon.
        It wasn’t zoned or approved for a second floor, they created one along with a staircase made of wood pallets. Most warehouses are wide open spaces, the space was so cluttered according to reports that fire fighters couldn’t navigate on the first floor then too much smoke and fire.

        The loss of life is tragic.

        • grammarian says:

          yes those details have appeared in several places online

          illegal and unsafe

        • How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

          I didn’t gather that the 2nd story floor was made up of pallets too. Saw somewhere (my last link above?) where the old nanny said they had 4-poster beds up there as the family bdrm.

          Anyone see the “stairs”? Geez, it was next to nothing, like something ya could make out of a few wooden drink crates — saw that & really cried my eyes out, imagining people trying to navigate that in dark, smoke & a panic.

          • [temporarily redacted vulgar username] says:

            Waaah, shitlord lost everything! Those beds didn’t import THEMSELVES from Bali! Think of all the down-and-out, drug-addled young hippies he will have to exploit in order to replace all that expensive, ultimately tasteless and ostentatious clutter.

          • my greg it's full of stars says:

            Why oh why are hippies so in love with wooden pallets? I think they believe they’re “recycling” from the evil corporate DEATHKULTUR. In reality, some pallets are treated with Methyl Bromide and are literally toxic. Anyone who works in construction (as in, someone paid them to build an item of use rather than “art” to look at) knows how to read the stamps but they still wouldn’t use these for, uh, the only staircase in a building.

            Burn-outs are just in love with pallets, and shipping containers. I’ve seen the breakdown from people who actually build things up to code but love DIY projects and there’s no advantage to these things except that they’re sometimes free.

      • How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

        I don’t get it either, unless both the owner & the shitbird knew it couldn’t get an occupancy pass & neither cared — which might be why he poached neighbors electric & had no running water, if the utility co’s declined for that reason. But none of that accounts for the city & FD letting it slide, & I can’t imagine all of a FD looking the other way for a measly payoff … lot’s of blame to be shared.

        • Sacred Scrapbooks says:

          News reports stress that people were living there illegally, but none that I’ve read mention that the building was permitted solely as a warehouse, i.e., using it even for artists’ studios would be illegal. And there is no way that even as a warehouse it was up to code. My hope is that the owner and the shitheel who leased and operated the space will be joined in prison by any city employee who ever looked inside the door.

          • How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

            Including the city employee who said he couldn’t get in that one time three weeks ago — then never went back — WTH? You know that guy’s shitting bricks, & rightfully so.

          • Winchester House of Fauxtoshoots, Microphones & Ghosted Book Deals says:

            I see a million sides to this:
            They could have been there (sounds like someone was always there) and didn’t answer (knowing it was a city worker-avoiding accountability). City worker wouldn’t have “warrant” to enter (blah blah)
            City worker is lazy
            City knew and chose to ignore (this doesn’t sound like a some sort of pop up shop type situation)
            The owner, whether aware or not, is culpable as is the leaser.
            To clarify, I don’t think (or actually know) that the second floor was made of crates, but I was under the impression that it was built and not original to the structure.
            I have compassion for those struggling for housing but also have respect for the law (many of which were knowingly and willingly broken) by at the very least Derick Ion. There’s a huge fundraiser online where all the sports teams donated. The skeptic (realist or life experiences) hope that none of that money goes to that guy’s legal defense or to him in any capacity but to the victims and their families. He’s not a victim.

          • Stalker is the new ¿Que fuck? says:

            The Daily Mail said it wasn’t permitted to be anything but storage and the city was trying to get in to take a look. What a piece of trash that guy is.

            I’m glad everyone here is ok, I was a little worried about mcakez because I think she lives near there. A tragic loss of life and I’m sorry for the first responders as well.

          • Sacred Scrapbooks says:

            The story that the city was trying to get in there is bullshit–they had been there before and they had been made aware of the conditions. The Guardian spoke to a former resident of the warehouse, who had reported the conditions there to the fire Marshall—in 2014. SFGate interviewed a neighbor who said that the “police and fire department were there on more than one occasion” and that she and other parents had “tipped off the fire department about the lack of sprinklers, exits and signs.” People like the shitheel who held the lease prey on people with no means, who work crappy jobs and need space to do art; the owner knew, by her own statement, that the building that was permitted only as a warehouse was being used for artists’ studios; and the city, knowing the hazardous conditions in that place, and knowing it was tenanted since Child Protective Services had gone there to remove the shitheel’s children, did nothing to enforce the fucking law.

          • Stalker is the new ¿Que fuck? says:

            I mean, my understanding is that the city had contact with the dude and took his kids away and he got them back. Also, the city had been investigating complaints… I’m trying to understand what they should have done? Are you thinking they should have locked people out of the warehouse? I’m not sure how you could get people to say out without watching the place 24/7. Not trying to argue, just understand.

          • Hot Foot Lurch is Not My Guru says:

            Buildings can and should be condemned if unsafe. They can absolutely prevent access.

          • Stalker is the new ¿Que fuck? says:

            I’m speaking as a former squatter. We’d go into abandoned buildings. When the cops came to sweep us out, we’d stay away for a few days and then go right back in.

          • Hot Foot Lurch is Not My Guru says:

            Buildings can and do get boarded up or torn down for non-compliance in some parts of the country.

          • Stalker is the new ¿Que fuck? says:

            torn down would have done it.

            I just think there’s gonna be a lot of Silicon Valley libertarian types going “Where was the government???” Well you drowned it in the bathtub. Cut funding for government services and unethical landlords feel free to roam.

          • my greg it's full of stars says:

            In these situations it’s in everyone’s interest to look the other way until they can’t. Their interest is money (owner/lessor), cheap space & extended adolescence (tenants), a place to make a few bucks playing (bands/promoters), laziness (inspectors, officials). Unless someone gets a wild hair up their butt about it, inertia will reign.

            In a very real way, it feels like society has taken a timewarp back to 1916, only with the cynicism of ignoring a hundred year’s wisdom of why a completely unregulated world is bad. In fact, here’s something written almost exactly 101 years ago by the poet Carl Sandburg about the Eastland Disaster which highlights just about every issue up for discussion here:


          • Hot Foot Lurch is Not My Guru says:

            My Greg, that was a very interesting piece. Thanks.

        • AWO says:

          It’s worse than 1916 because all these people want laws, but then bemoan when they’re enforced. Simple laws, clearly enforced: That’s all you need for a functioning civilization. Instead, we have a million laws selectively enforced.

  23. [temporarily redacted vulgar username] says:

    This just in: would-be white saviors now predictably patting themselves on the back so hard for Standing Rock, it’s gonna leave a bruise.

    It’s almost like the native people weren’t even there at all, for all the crowing honky is doing about having “won” this “battle.” But what did we really expect from a bunch of cultural carrion vultures?

  24. Winchester House of Fauxtoshoots, Microphones & Ghosted Book Deals says:

    OT Read the Nick Denton/Peter Thiel piece in Vanity Fair. Kinda shocked not shocked they made no mention of Thiel’s billions trying to control media. But then again they caved to a cunty Gwyneth Paltrow, which should be all the more reason they’d not support Thiel’s actions. Odd that Denton & Thiel met after the settlement. I have no pity for Denton but don’t respect or agree with Thiel’s actions.

  25. Take Me Back To...Shantitown says:

    Her Shantiness posted a Facebook Live video that was absolutely hilarious. You can watch it here:

    But, here are my highlights:

    1) She starts with “This is Alexis Neely, you might also know me as Ali Shanti” – by Greg isn’t it ridiculous that it takes you 10 seconds to say ya damn name.
    2) “I got up early to record this” – Early=7:30am. Seriously. Look at the time stamp. Most real people are at work already, having done something productive. Call me when you get up before 5:30am for something…anything.
    3) The Pitch. Finally we get to it. After what seems like hours of tedium, we get to the URL to do a guided meditation on her MoneyMap website. She claims the video is absolutely free with no opt-in, but of course there’s pitch in there for the last half.
    4) Check out the credits at the bottom of the video. It says the original script was by someone else, with “enhancement by…Alexis Neely”. Translation: I lifted this shit from someone, but because I put my pitch on the end…I’m going to claim it as my own.

    And apropos of nothing, the rhinestone looks like you haven’t wiped the crust out of your eye. And since you “got up early” this morning, either you didn’t wash your face last night (likely) or you got up and had to glue your stone on before you recorded (pathetically vain).

    Well, back to real work.

    • How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

      Saw that but didn’t have the wherewithal to watch it, after seeing half of Flusher Price’s snoozefest that is unparseable. I think she did it for the troll adoration.

    • Fameless Shamewhore says:

      Thanks so much, Take Me Back! Having a laugh listening now.

    • How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

      When I saw but didn’t watch ShantiTown earlier, the video had a green splash pg on it — that was more than just an hour ago (how old fb says this version is) so I wonder if she got dinged on plagiarism & revised it, cuz I’m not seeing the credits you mention either.

      Once a fraud, always a fraud, eh Skank?

    • Gilly Blake, CEO, Donkey Disparagement Industry Gilly, International Shirtless DJ of Mystery says:

      What did I just listen to while cleaning the kitchen? First there’s a lot of faux pain about Standing Rock and then the old raunch just fucking spirals:

      “How do we live fully with the pain that’s happening?! We are only now waking up and in the beginning there is great pain. As you stay with the FEAR, your terror, the grief and despair. Get off facebook if people celebrating life are too much for you to handle. At the Starhouse so we can all come into coherence and resonance together. Here’s a guided mediation on my website that will take you into the clarity for the life that you really want. I’ve been reluctant to make these videos, to use my influence in a way that I have in the past. Maybe I got tired of the haters. I’m tired of not using this platform I’ve cultivated for years to say what’s really happening. One of my gifts is to presence the unseen, to see the unseen. … so if you go money map TV, I’ve got a video there for you. You can get on my email list at money map TV.”

      She ends her somnambulistic whine talking about suicide – not hers, of course, but yours! “If you’re suicidal try to be with a friend who WON’T cheer you up but will be with you in your pain.” WTF?

      Never forget: “It was Craig Filek who introduced me to hard drugs.”

      • [temporarily redacted vulgar username], presence the unseen says:

        “Presence the unseen” is my favorite part. Hard drugs indeed.

        • Gilly Blake, CEO, Donkey Disparagement Industry Gilly, International Shirtless DJ of Mystery says:

          I enjoyed learning how Scammy “cultivated her [internet] platform,” which I guess means posting videos about getting fingerbanged by Pamela Madsen’s homeless employees and telling her then 23-year-old boyfriend to fuck off when he was reluctant to attend a Burning Man STD orgy with her. Real klass, our Shantitown.

          • Winchester House of Fauxtoshoots, Microphones & Ghosted Book Deals says:

            That suicide part is scary. Like those kids that bully other kids to commit suicide but not before you sign over all your worldly possession to MM. Does this women have no real friends to tell her to get the hell off the internet?

          • Gilly Blake, CEO, Donkey Disparagement Industry Gilly, International Shirtless DJ of Mystery says:

            What horrified me was that she was suggesting one should wallow in the pain along with suicidal friends, not cheer them up, not try to get them out of their heads or get professional help, but get down and dirty into the despair.

            Get off the fucking internet, Skankatron. You’re of no use to anyone!

          • [temporarily redacted vulgar username], presence the unseen says:

            I could almost respect her if she was saying, “don’t let people tell you despair is your failing as a human being, or that you should just cheer up and act all ‘#posivibesonly’ for the sake of protecting other people’s fragile feelings.”

            But that isn’t what she’s saying, if only because she does not have a way with words.

    • Psycho-delic Ballerina says:

      This inspired me to check in on Ali’s listserv shenanigans. Apparently, she forgot/neglected to offer Black Friday or Cyber Monday deals on the Money Map — even though she could have made mad $$ due to the “pent up demand” for the MM this time of year. Sure, Ali. Or perhaps there was simply no one left to do the work following this latest sisterectomy by her two former partners. (Funnily, Ali Shanti and Alexis Neely are two of the three members of the “Eyes Wide Open Collective” listed on the website’s about page.)

      Anyhoo, Ali decided to forego making money this Thanksgiving (*cough cough*) and instead made a web compilation of first hand accounts of the likes of Bear Kittay at Standing Rock. Here is her full message:

      Hi ————,

      It was my mantra for years. Being afraid and doing it anyway.

      It was even the tag line of my first blog. (That’s some serious wayback shizz. You can check it out here if you want to meet a previous incarnation of me.)

      It was what was true for me. I was terrified. And, not only doing it anyway, but using fear as the primary motivator to propel me forward.

      It was exhausting.

      And, I’m not doing it anymore.

      That’s the good news. I finally feel ready to break up with fear as my trusty companion.

      The maybe not so good news (at least from a business perspective) is that I haven’t yet fully connected with what it means to be motivated based on anything other than fear.

      I mean I know that love is the answer. But I’m still learning to sense when I’m making decisions based on love and when it’s fear disguised as love.

      Normally, this time of year, I’d be running a Black Friday/Cyber Monday sale, driven by the fear of running out of money, if I didn’t.

      This year though, as you can see, I didn’t do it over here at Eyes Wide Open.

      I let the opportunity for a sale pass. Even though I knew we’d make great money on it because there’s pent up demand for LIFT and Money Map, especially at this time of the year, when there are tax decisions to be made before year end.

      But, I’m re-orienting my internal motivator — no more fear of missing out, no more fear of not enough, no more fear that something’s wrong.

      Yes, it takes more time. (Fear forces fast action, without fear driving me, I notice I’m way more patient and slow.)

      Yes, I have to be willing to sit with more of my feelings and emotions. (In the past, I’d take action to avoid the feelings).

      And, it’s so worth it.

      Instead, I took the energy I would have put into that and built a website to archive and create a history of the first-hand accounts of people’s time at Standing Rock. Without this archive, much of this history would be lost to the perpetual scroll of the Facebook feed.

      You can read the reports here.

      Plus, I got a week in with my family by blood (you can see us all here) and a night in with some of my chosen family.

      Now, back at home in Boulder and ready to discover more about the choices I make when I’m not motivated by fear.

      To your eyes (and heart) wide open life and income,

      PS — Do you notice that fear is also your trust companion/primary motivator? Or have you transcended that? And, if so, what motivates you now? (And please don’t just tell me desire — because then I’ll have to ask, how do you know that desire isn’t motivated by fear? Go deeper if you are going to reply. Thanks!)

      • [temporarily redacted vulgar username], presence the unseen says:

        I would love to have enough money to “transcend fear.” So would many millions of other people. Too bad Ali Shamti has nothing to offer any of us in regards to this problem.

      • Hot Foot Lurch is Not My Guru says:

        She’s like a freaking broken record. Blah de fucking blah, don’t rinse, and repeat.

        • Gilly Blake, CEO, Donkey Disparagement Industry Gilly, International Shirtless DJ of Mystery says:

          Yeah, Grifty. She was blithering on and on over three years ago about finally getting rid of the FEAR. I cannot imagine being friends with this mynah bird and drama queen, and suspect that’s why she cycles through so many fuck buddies, money map co-conspirators, and BFFs.

  26. Sacred Scrapbooks says:

    Well, isn’t this odd. Judy attended an “epic” NYE party in 2014 and posted pics with her “tribe” in a middle-class home in SF. A catlady noticed the extremely sexy and brilliant Philipe Lewis in one of the pics; turns out that Lewis organized a party that night at, yup, the Ghost Ship. LA Times:

    “After an erotic-themed New Years Eve party in 2014—the warehouse’s ‘twisted stairways,’ ‘hidden coves’ and secret nooks strewn with pillows and blankets were billed as attractions—a San Francisco event producer, Philippe Lewis, returned to retrieve his sound equipment,” etc.

    So did the woos meet up at someone’s nice looking place before heading over to the party? If so, what a fortunate opportunity for gold-lamé Judy to snap photos and avoid getting disinherited.

    • Gilly Blake, CEO, Donkey Disparagement Industry Gilly, International Shirtless DJ of Mystery says:

      Holy shit.

    • [temporarily redacted vulgar username], presence the unseen says:

      Holy … that thread has everything!

      “Pushing the edge of ‘yes'”
      A swastika
      The first (?) appearance of “‘deliciousness in community'”
      TRANSMISSION OF TRUTH interpretive dance
      “Inhale, mmm. Exhale, ahhh.”
      “Flirting with [Judy’s] inner artist”
      “‘Dropping in'”
      DJ Fozzie Commode talking to himself in business-yacht-casual attire
      Commenters foreseeing the gay-for-pay

      • Stalker is the new ¿Que fuck? says:

        “deliciousness in community”… now we know that really means literal group sex.

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