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John Edwards' Hair Stylist Tells All

Ann Coulter better watch out because the Edwards campaign is in deep trouble...

Splitting Hairs, Edwards's Stylist Tells His Side of Story
Man Behind Pricey 'Dos Details Long Relationship

For four decades, Joseph Torrenueva has cut the hair of Hollywood celebrities, from Marlon Brando to Bob Barker, so when a friend told him in 2003 that a presidential candidate needed grooming advice, he agreed to help.

The Beverly Hills hairstylist, a Democrat, said he hit it off with then-Sen. John Edwards of North Carolina at a meeting in Los Angeles that brought several fashion experts together to advise the candidate on his appearance. Since then, Torrenueva has cut Edwards's hair at least 16 times.

At first, the haircuts were free. But because Torrenueva often had to fly somewhere on the campaign trail to meet his client, he began charging $300 to $500 for each cut, plus the cost of airfare and hotels when he had to travel outside California.

Torrenueva said one haircut during the 2004 presidential race cost $1,250 because he traveled to Atlanta and lost two days of work.

$1,250 for a haircut? What do you think he'll do to the federal budget?

"He has nice hair," the stylist said of Edwards in an interview. "I try to make the man handsome, strong, more mature and these are the things, as an expert, that's what we do."

It is some kind of commentary on the state of American politics that as Edwards has campaigned for president, vice president and now president again, his hair seems to have attracted as much attention as, say, his position on health care. But when his campaign reported in April that it had paid for two of his haircuts at $400 each, the political damage was immediate. With each punch line on late night TV his image as a self-styled populist making poverty his signature issue was further eroded.

Edwards said that he was embarrassed by the cost and that he "didn't know it would be that expensive," suggesting the haircuts were some kind of aberration given by "that guy" his staff had arranged. His wife, Elizabeth, made lots of jokes at her husband's expense and the campaign wished the whole issue would go away.

But Torrenueva's account of his long relationship with Edwards -- the first he's given -- probably guarantees that won't happen quite yet. And if $400 seemed a lot for a haircut, how about one for three times that?

I guess when Edwards talks of two Americas he really knows what he is talking about. How many people in the real America pay $1,250 for a haircut?

This also puts the "great lie" to the lame excuse he didn't know what his haircuts cost. How many of you fly your stylist around the country? Certainly if Edwards is in Atlanta and the guy who cuts his hair in California shows up, he knows the guy flew in. - And the guy cut his hair 16+ times, it's not like Edwards didn't know who the guy was.

Edwards is going down in a rocketship. Time to get his wife to attack another conservative.


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People seem to be overly co... (Below threshold)
Rance:

People seem to be overly concerned with how much of his own money John Edwards spends on his haircuts.
It may be extravagant, but it's his money.

I would be more concerned about how much it has cost/will cost the taxpayers for repeated and lengthy trips to Crawford.

Last count I can find is from back in April. It tallies 63 trips for a total of 405 days, either entirely or partially, at the "ranch".

How much is the public paying so the president can have his brush cut?

Were you concerned when tax... (Below threshold)
Gianni:

Were you concerned when taxpayers paid for Hildebeats's senatorial campaign trips to NY?

How bout that fiasco of an India trip?

Edwards certainly is an empty suit, with empty values, and has as much chance of winning the Presidency as libs have of ending the senseless murder of THOUSANDS of innocent babies every day.

More and more some of the w... (Below threshold)
JFO:

More and more some of the writers on Whizbang ( Jay and D.J excepted), particularly the author of this post, are turning this blog into the blog equivalent of The National Enquirer. Devoid of ideas of any consequence (the entire Republican right wing), mourning the death throes of a failed and corrupt presidency and a corrupt republican congress you are left with nothing more than to whine about and mock someone's haircut, Al Gore's son (another author without an idea), and rationalize your parties law and order credo when it comes to a convicted felon.

A reasonable question is why then am I here? Well, I confess to reading through The National Enquirer in the checkout line. at the grocery store. It's kinda the same thing - a certain prurient interest. The difference is I get to state my opinion here - a great american tradition and value.

What makes you think your o... (Below threshold)

What makes you think your opinion is worth stating?

I do. Just as you do yours.... (Below threshold)
JFO:

I do. Just as you do yours. LOL

The thing is, I can't see t... (Below threshold)
Robert the Original:

The thing is, I can't see this guy without thinking of that video, then I start laughing.

"Look at me, look at me, ge... (Below threshold)
j h-berry:

"Look at me, look at me, getting my name out there is more important than supporting a good man w/ a GREAT message."

Well now. Don't forget, tha... (Below threshold)
WildWillie:

Well now. Don't forget, that when this first came out, he was using his campaign money for this. Then when it was found out, that elusive staff member did this. You dimmers can bundle this up all you want but it still is an extreme waste of money. Go ahead a protect him libbers, it will only help us in the future. My haircut cost $11.00. Maybe I'll give his name to the Johnny campaign. No, that won't work, that is the other america he doesn't like. ww

It's Edwards' money and he ... (Below threshold)
hermie:

It's Edwards' money and he can spend it anyway he wants.

But PLEASE...don't go spouting off about 'Two Americas', promoting the usual class warfare garbage, and then expect everyone to shut up about your hypocrisy.

My haircut cost $11.00. ... (Below threshold)
Steve L.:

My haircut cost $11.00. Maybe I'll give his name to the Johnny campaign.

I'll do you one better. The guy here that I use charges $9. I can save Johnnyboy another $2.

I absolutely, 100% agree with the assertion that Edwards' money is his and he should do with it as he pleases. In fact, I couldn't agree more. As suh, I also belive that my money is mine and I should be allowed to do with it as I please. The government doesn't and shouldn't have any claims to it or its use.

I'm so smart. I'm going to ... (Below threshold)
Publicus:

I'm so smart. I'm going to pick a president based on the haircut issue.

But PLEASE...don't... (Below threshold)
Publicus:
But PLEASE...don't go spouting off about 'Two Americas', promoting the usual class warfare garbage, and then expect everyone to shut up about your hypocrisy.

Because there's no poverty in America...or if there is, nobody should be talking about it.

Again and again, publicus m... (Below threshold)
WildWillie:

Again and again, publicus misses the point. ww

What's funny is the Google ... (Below threshold)

What's funny is the Google ads at the bottom of the page right now:

Edwards John
Beauty Hair
Facial Hair
Hair Clipper
Hair Cuts

Rance:People s... (Below threshold)
marc:

Rance:

People seem to be overly concerned with how much of his own money John Edwards spends on his haircuts.
It may be extravagant, but it's his money.

And you can prove he used his own money? If so how?

As someone noted when the story first broke his staff had to backpeddle after all accounts said the cash came from campaign funds.

Publicus:

I'm so smart. I'm going to pick a president based on the haircut issue.

Well good for you, I hope it makes you happy. Your snark aside, I doubt many people do, but that's not the issue is it?

Apparently publicists CANNO... (Below threshold)
Adrian Browne:

Apparently publicists CANNOT underestimate the gullibility of people.

It's focusing on issues like John Edward's hair that puts miscreants into the Oval Office.

BTW -- Fred Thompson's spokesman says that you'd like to have a beer with him.

And for the record ABC h... (Below threshold)
marc:

And for the record ABC had the story as did CNN, CBS and Fox.

Looking pretty is costing John Edwards' presidential campaign a lot of pennies. The Democrat's campaign committee picked up the tab for two haircuts at $400 each by celebrity stylist Joseph Torrenueva of Beverly Hills, Calif., according to a financial report filed with the Federal Election Commission.
Rance, how would you like your crow cooked?

Or do you eat your meat raw like Rosie?

Go for it Paul, make this... (Below threshold)
civil behavior:

Go for it Paul, make this a one issue campaign.....the cost of a haircut. That's the best you can do your dog man Romney should win in a landslide.

You are one foolish stupid Americano.

I'll bet you one good hai... (Below threshold)
civil behavior:

I'll bet you one good haircut and raise you one dead dog.......

How embarassing it must be nowadays to be a 28% deadender.

I love when liberals whine ... (Below threshold)
Paul:

I love when liberals whine like on this post.. I know it means they are stung.

The fact is everyone knows that running on a "Two Americas" platform whist spending over 1000 bucks on a haircut is abject stupidity.

For his trade, I don... (Below threshold)
pennywit:

For his trade, I don't think Edwards' hair guy was out of line for charging $1,250. After all, if your regular rate is $250 per cut, and you're having to give up a day of that for one client, then, yeah, you charge the client that much.

Also ... did that $1,250 figure include services as an image consultant? If so, you're moving beyond hair into something a bit more substantive, which might justify the extra cost.

Can't blame the guy for charging $1,250. But for a guy to be willing to pay $1,250? That's a little much.

--|PW|--

CB:How embaras... (Below threshold)
marc:

CB:

How embarassing [sic] it must be nowadays to be a 28% deadender.

How embarrassing it must be to never post anything of substance or close to being on topic.

Wonder if Edwards hired a g... (Below threshold)
DBCooper:

Wonder if Edwards hired a gay illegal to do his hair??

Something of substance? You... (Below threshold)
JFO:

Something of substance? You have to be joking. Surley you didn't mean that. This is the umpteenth post about a guy's haircut for heavens sake! Why? Because the right wing of this country has no ideas of any substance to talk about!

That has to be one of the funniest comments I've ever read!!

marc,So I stand co... (Below threshold)
Rance:

marc,

So I stand corrected. It was the campaign's money.
It still isn't the taxpayer's money.

That's what gets spent every time the "Brushcutter in Chief" goes to Crawford to do his thing.

As far as Rosie, that's a bit of non sequitur, isn't it?

DBCooper,There you... (Below threshold)
Robert the Original:

DBCooper,

There you are! We've been waiting so long...

JFO I have to ask... ... (Below threshold)
Paul:

JFO I have to ask...

Did you think that Bush's drunk driving arrest -leaked just days before the election- was important?

It really doesn't matter wh... (Below threshold)
Steve L.:

It really doesn't matter whose money it is. The bigger issue is that this story paints Edwards as a big, fat liar. When the $400 haircut story first borke, he claimed that he didn't know how much his haircut cost because some obscure, unnamed staffer made an appointment for him and he (Edwards) just provided the hair. Now, according to this story we find out that the same guy has been cutting his hair for 4 years. If that is the case, either Edwards is a liar or he is incredibly dumb.

Pretty bird, up high in ban... (Below threshold)
kim:

Pretty bird, up high in banana tree.
Please wave hi, your fans can't wait to see.
What price for you?
Wheat price to do.
Break some bread and we'll see.
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Paul:Absolutely no... (Below threshold)
JFO:

Paul:

Absolutely not. It was a dirty trick, but one which the Bush family and many Republicans probably secretly admired.

HE's so damn Perty!<p... (Below threshold)
Mitchell:

HE's so damn Perty!

Perty mouth, too. Heh.

Loser trial lawyer from HEll.

Mitchell:Lawyer en... (Below threshold)
JFO:

Mitchell:

Lawyer envy? Undoubtedly.

Paul, the lefties are obvio... (Below threshold)
WildWillie:

Paul, the lefties are obviously embarrassed by this action coupled on top of Edwards attempt to use Ann Coulter to raise money, they are sinking. When the lefties whine, I know we're right. I love the Scooter commutation. What a day to read the comments. Pure entertainment. ww

I don't go so much by whini... (Below threshold)

I don't go so much by whining (though that is a good indicator), I go by when they attack me personally. That usually means I've scored a hit.

By the way, John Edwards ca... (Below threshold)

By the way, John Edwards can talk about "Two Americas" all he wants.

Stories like this, however, highlight which one he belongs to.

And that's what's got the lefties spinning like mad.

The bigger issue i... (Below threshold)
Publicus:
The bigger issue is that this story paints Edwards as a big, fat liar.

Okay, this guy didn't spend too much on a haircut, as far as I know. And he didn't lie about his sex life. But, here's a slightly more significant lie:

"Now, by the way, any time you hear the United States government talking about wiretap, it requires -- a wiretap requires a court order. Nothing has changed, by the way. When we're talking about chasing down terrorists, we're talking about getting a court order before we do so."

-- George Bush, April 2004

By the way, John E... (Below threshold)
Publicus:
By the way, John Edwards can talk about "Two Americas" all he wants.

Stories like this, however, highlight which one he belongs to.

And this means...what? That you can't care about poor Americans unless you are one? Maybe that's why you don't care about gays, women, poor people, folks from other countries, etc.

Apparently America is longi... (Below threshold)
Adrian Browne:

Apparently America is longing for the days of Reagan putting BLACK SHOE POLISH on his head.

Any guy who feels his hair ... (Below threshold)
Jo:

Any guy who feels his hair is so important that he has to fly an expensive haircutter in is so totally absorbed in his looks that he doesn't deserve to be in the White House.

John, dear, you're a guy. Start acting like one.

I am loving watching the le... (Below threshold)
WildWillie:

I am loving watching the lefties try to rationalize this. They say we shouldn't care, but they keep commenting. They bring up wire taps, but say nothing about the haircuts. Keep it up lefties. The right needs to be motivated. Your guys and gal are doing it for us. ww

Dead dogs trump ... (Below threshold)
civil behavior:

Dead dogs trump bad haircuts anyday of the week.

Oh, I forgot Bush's surge cost us 2 billion this week and 35 more kids dead last week. Small price to pay when we don't have to sacrifice any gas this week. Who cares if it costs 2 billion.

Mission accomplished.

Foolish stupid Americanos.

I am loving watchi... (Below threshold)
Publicus:
I am loving watching the lefties try to rationalize this. They say we shouldn't care, but they keep commenting. They bring up wire taps, but say nothing about the haircuts.

Ummm...that's because the haircut is too stupid to care about. Which is our point!

We're among the people who think SUBSTANTIAL ISSUES should be at the center of our politics. I don't watch "reality TV" either...

By the way, let's NOT talk about wiretaps or anything important; it could ruin everything.

Lets see, in the scheme of ... (Below threshold)
JFO:

Lets see, in the scheme of what's important to America - ummm, haircuts or wiretaps. Hmmm, ummmm haircuts or wiretaps. Oh I know cries the usual whizbanger. Of course!! It's haircuts!!

That you can't car... (Below threshold)
That you can't care about poor Americans unless you are one?

Isn't that what we hear from the left all the time?

"You can't comprehend gay issues unless you are one."

"You can't represent women unless you're a woman."

And so on.

And yet, when that same standard (which I am most emphatically NOT saying is a good standard) to one of your own, you whine and moan about it.

Typical lefty double-standards.

Rance:That's w... (Below threshold)
marc:

Rance:

That's what gets spent every time the "Brushcutter in Chief" goes to Crawford to do his thing.

Name a single president that the taxpayers DIDN'T pay for trips to whatever "vacation While House" they happened to covet.

Asshat!


Publicus:

Ummm...that's because the haircut is too stupid to care about. Which is our point!

Really?

It's "too stupid" to care that someone has taken money meant for use to support his run for the While House and he used it instead for personal hygiene.

I'd bet more than a few that did cough up cash wouldn't take your dismissive view of Edwards pissing away their hard earned cash.

And I HAVE to ask Publicus, is it TOO Stupid to care that Edwards set up a charity to aid the poor then promptly stole a portion of the proceeds to finance "retreats and seminars" with foreign policy experts on Iraq and national security issues?

Does anyone see a pattern here?

Except Publicus of course.

Oh, Publicus sees it.... (Below threshold)

Oh, Publicus sees it.

He just doesn't see anything wrong with it.

"I am loving watching the l... (Below threshold)
Adrian Browne:

"I am loving watching the lefties try to rationalize this. They say we shouldn't care, but they keep commenting. They bring up wire taps, but say nothing about the haircuts."

The pretense of not understanding that the issue is stupid is what is offensive. It's the verbal equivalent of throwing fecal matter at someone.

Another point:Amer... (Below threshold)

Another point:

Americans like the illusion that the President is "one of us." Oh, sure, we understand that in certain areas, like the thickness of the windows on his car, he will be different, but we want to feel that deep down inside he's the same as the rest of us, just in a dangerous job.

A $400 haircut demolishes that illusion completely, just like it could be argued that George H. W. Bush's fascination with a supermarket bar-code reader, which he'd never seen before, did a lot of damage to his reelection campaign.

Such a state of affairs may be regrettable from either side of the political aisle, but it is true nonetheless.

Adrian:The fecal m... (Below threshold)
JFO:

Adrian:

The fecal matter was written by the author of the post - for the umpteenth time on The National Enquirer/Whizbang.

You people need a life and something sensible to talk about - oh I forgot you have nothing (sensible) to talk about.

AB:The pretens... (Below threshold)
marc:

AB:

The pretense of not understanding that the issue is stupid is what is offensive. It's the verbal equivalent of throwing fecal matter at someone.

Is it safe to say you also dismiss Edwards stealing money meant for a charity as well?

The sissy "Break Girl" is s... (Below threshold)
TarheelsArenNotForEdwards:

The sissy "Break Girl" is such a wimp. The sissy "Break Girl" had to have his wife defend him from Ann Coulter. It seems that Ann Coulter hit to close to home with her description of the sissy "Break Girl".

A real man pays less than $20 for a haircut. An effiminate sissy "Breck Girl" pays $1250 for a haircut.

In the Edwards household it's hard to tell who the man and the woman in the relationship is.

JFO:You people... (Below threshold)
marc:

JFO:

You people need a life and something sensible to talk about - oh I forgot you have nothing (sensible) to talk about.

Then talk about the related issue as linked above that may show a pattern of misappropriating cash.

"Again and again, publicus ... (Below threshold)
mixti:

"Again and again, publicus misses the point. ww"

What point is that wild moron?

mixti, that's all you have?... (Below threshold)
marc:

mixti, that's all you have?

What about Edwards stealing cash from a charity he set up to aid the poor?

Are you OK with that?

"I am loving watching the l... (Below threshold)
mixti:

"I am loving watching the lefties try to rationalize this. They say we shouldn't care, but they keep commenting. They bring up wire taps, but say nothing about the haircuts."

Just when I thought it couldn't get any stupider I come across this nugget. Yes wild moron, a haircut is the equivelent of illegaly spying on american citizens. I can't figure out why us lefties can't see that. I mean for god sakes it was a haircut! I imagine all us lefties are going to ignore the next democrat who gets a beard trim too and harp on torture or some such silly thing instead.

Keep on speaking truth to power, we need you to keep the important issues of the day from being swept under the table.

"mixti, that's all you have... (Below threshold)
mixti:

"mixti, that's all you have?

What about Edwards stealing cash from a charity he set up to aid the poor?

Are you OK with that?"

Well that is a change of subject as i was commenting on the Wild moron acusing someone of missing the point who clearly didn't.

The charity issue is a legitimate reason to be concered about Edwards. if you are concered over a haircut though you are a total fucking moron.

JFO,"The fecal mat... (Below threshold)
Adrian Browne:

JFO,

"The fecal matter was written by the author of the post - for the umpteenth time on The National Enquirer/Whizbang."

That's what I meant.

Wow! The subject of Edwards... (Below threshold)
WildWillie:

Wow! The subject of Edwards expensive haircuts is not worthy of a blog, yet the lefties comment about it more then the conservatives. Hypocritical to say the least.

Is someone carelessly spends 1200.00 dollars for a haircut, he is not a good shepherd of his money. So, if he wants to be president, how will he treat our money? That might be one of the points of this. But, I know, it is not important to comment on even though you will lefties.

Mixti, it should be beneath you to call names. So crude. Lacks dicipline. ww

mixti:Well tha... (Below threshold)
marc:

mixti:

Well that is a change of subject as i was commenting on the Wild moron acusing someone of missing the point who clearly didn't.

A change of subject or mental contortions by you?

Lets see... he gets a grossly overpriced haircut using campaign funds and he sets up a charity then uses the funds for his personal use.

Yep, just as I thought, mental contortions by you trying to avoid the truth.

"You people need a life and... (Below threshold)
Rob LA Ca.:

"You people need a life and something sensible to talk about - oh I forgot you have nothing (sensible) to talk about.
Posted by: JFO at July 5, 2007 04:20 PM"

This is great! Am I too late? I just love it when the keepers of the Democrat perpetual fraud mass together protect their criminal masters. They sure are running to the aid of this "TWO AMERICA'S" Huckster Shyster fraud with a desperation I havedn't seen in some time.

Tells me they don't think Pig Rodham Clinton has a lock on winning the Primary. Looks like they are trying to save the least of their immoral corrupt criminal leaders who might have a chance to win , in thier sick deluded minds.


"Ummm...that's because the haircut is too stupid to care about."

Ha ha ha! No , it just proves how criminal democrats are that they will take other peoples money that they swindled for one lie or another and spend it on themselves or whatever else they feel like. Since it's not their own money , they could care less. They have idiots like the those here to protect their criminal activities all the way to the grave.

Those voters that the Democrats are always calling stupid are the same ones here wiping their asses. JDO , CB , Rance , AB , pub and the rest, tell us , just how stupid are you and how dumb do you feel?

Fitting you are the party of jackasses,LOL.

mixti -At last, a ... (Below threshold)
Publicus:

mixti -

At last, a person who can separate the wheat from the chaff. Sure is a lotta chaff on this blog...

Well, I'll leave these guys to talk about the haircut, and then they can round out the evening yapping about Bill Clinton. (Do they know he isn't president?)

As I was saying marc you ar... (Below threshold)
mixti:

As I was saying marc you are a total fucking moron.

a haircut in and of itself is not and issue. If he spent $400 on bread, also not an issue. If he spent $400 on hazbro toys also not an issue.

If he is spending money that is not his then how he obtained that money is a legitete issue. Got it moron? probably not.

I would be more co... (Below threshold)
I would be more concerned about how much it has cost/will cost the taxpayers for repeated and lengthy trips to Crawford.

Of course, we didn't have to worry about this with the Clinton's, since they are carpetbaggers, and really didn't have a "home". After all, it's much more populist to let some poll decide where you should go on your vacation. And then bum someone's house to stay in while you are there.

marc,Of course oth... (Below threshold)
Rance:

marc,

Of course other presidents have taken vacation. I would be the first to say they should.

But taking off at the rate of 70+ days per year is a bit much in my book.

Well, I'll leave t... (Below threshold)
Well, I'll leave these guys to talk about the haircut, and then they can round out the evening yapping about Bill Clinton. (Do they know he isn't president?)

You can leave in a taxi. If you can't get a taxi, you can leave in a huff. If that's too soon, you can leave in a minute 'n a huff.

Publicus:Well,... (Below threshold)
marc:

Publicus:

Well, I'll leave these guys to talk about the haircut, and then they can round out the evening yapping about Bill Clinton. (Do they know he isn't president?)

OK...see ya. Don't let the modem hit you in the behind. But before you go maybe you could explain why Bill C isn't topical considering he's written a recent op-ed AND has hit the campaign trail for Shillary.

mixti:

If he is spending money that is not his then how he obtained that money is a legitete issue. Got it moron? probably not.

So what are you claiming, that DNC money he spent on haircuts was HIS money vice cash meant to aid in the election of a fellow Dem?

Or money meant to help the poor via a charity was actually HIS money to be used on campaign trips and seminars?

Or both. And you have the audacity to call someone else a moron?!!!

BTW C-C-G I beloeve yu meant to say Publicus should leave via a "Mi[xti]-taxi," if you get my drift.

It would be much better is ... (Below threshold)
WildWillie:

It would be much better is Publicus AND Mixti the "Moron, Moron, Moron" would leave. Let the adults talk. ww

BTW C-C-G I beloev... (Below threshold)
BTW C-C-G I beloeve yu meant to say Publicus should leave via a "Mi[xti]-taxi," if you get my drift.

Doesn't matter to me how he leaves, so long as he does.

Why do lefties troll conservative blogs anyway?

But taking off at ... (Below threshold)
But taking off at the rate of 70+ days per year is a bit much in my book.

Posted by: Rance at July 5, 2007 06:27 PM

Let me assure you, NO President is off, no matter where they are. Not Bush, not even Clinton. Trust me, they are in touch, they are connected, and the business of the nation continues no matter what.

The only exception I might find to the constantly in touch and available assertion, are those times when Slick Willy got spirited out of the White House in the trunk of the limo, absent his football carrier, for his liasions. That is dereliction of duty.

C-C-GWhy do le... (Below threshold)
marc:

C-C-G

Why do lefties troll conservative blogs anyway?

I had thought it was obvious...

... they have run short of tin foil and were not permitted entrance to this event.

"So what are you claiming, ... (Below threshold)
mixti:

"So what are you claiming, that DNC money he spent on haircuts was HIS money vice cash meant to aid in the election of a fellow Dem?"

*sigh* Ok maybe an analogy will help you understand. Lets say Dick Cheney embezzled 10 million from somewhere, then went out and spent $360.00 on a dinner for himself. Would you really give a fuck about the dinner? Jeseh you are dense.

Anyway, I'm through explaining things to you. If you still don't understand take a remedial reading class and come back. I plan on spending the remainder of my evening talking to someone who is not a complete and total moron.

I plan on spending... (Below threshold)
I plan on spending the remainder of my evening talking to someone who is not a complete and total moron.

Well, that leaves talking to yourself out...

mixti:*sigh* O... (Below threshold)
marc:

mixti:

*sigh* Ok maybe an analogy will help you understand. Lets say Dick Cheney embezzled 10 million from somewhere, then went out and spent $360.00 on a dinner for himself. Would you really give a fuck about the dinner? Jeseh you are dense.

In short yes, it was stolen cash. Would you overlook your son/daughter stealing only 5 dollars from the $1298.00 that was available from the high school Glee Club field trip account?

How's that one-on-one conversation going?

Oh God, can't you see the m... (Below threshold)
kim:

Oh God, can't you see the man has an incredible nose for distinguishing nuances. Did you see him flip his hair 50 times. It looked exactly the same after everytime he did it, to me. But to him, there was 'not right' and there was 'right'.

Woof, we need a man with attention to detail like that. Fardy hearty, that dude.
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mixti is awfully taken with... (Below threshold)
kim:

mixti is awfully taken with himself; it seems a match made in heaven.
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mixti sure is Kim. She must... (Below threshold)
WildWillie:

mixti sure is Kim. She must really backing Edwards big time. She misses the point about the haircut, that isn't about the haircut but about the man/boy. Resorting to name calling right out of the chute is a sign of ignorance. ww




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