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August 24, 2007



I don't know; she has her fans. Just a week ago, I saw Levi Asher -- obviously a very smart person whose opinions I respect -- and he was still defending her and saying that the movie company that won the lawsuit against her has "ruined her life."

Leaving aside the question of whether anyone can ruin your life without your consent, it seems to me that if she can still get this kind of publicity (two photos yet), she's doing OK...at least for someone who sounds utterly crazy to me.


I do not think highly of Ms. Albert, and I had my own eyeball-gagging moment in reading the excerpt above. However, the last lines of the NYT piece were pretty interesting--(not that I think she "merits" the ongoing media attention):

"Shut your mouth, [David Milch] told Ms. Albert. Quit this sick behavior. Disengage. Forget the press. Go home. Be still. Get healthy. Raise your child. And pray that you can write.

He then reached in his pocket and gave Ms. Albert five crisp hundred-dollar bills.

She took the money, and she sat down on the couch. She closed her eyes, opened her mouth; she tried, it seemed, not bursting into tears."

Bill Ectric

And why is http://billectric.wordpress.com/2007/07/24/bill-ectric-sued-by-movie-studio/>my struggle any less newsworthy?

R Ellis

How many bankrupt people have Chinese ladies cooking and cleaning for them?

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