Linda in L.A. wrote:
Ok...so now I'll need to go back and see if my memory is actually as bad as I sometimes think it is...lol.
I don't think your memory is bad, Linda, and, despite our past disagreements, I respect your opinion. You'll hang in there until she's hauled away in chains.
Seriously, as you go back and read the archives, please take a look at my posts. Present in the early reams of vile satire and commentary I authored are my predictions of Beth's impending love affair with avarice, dishonesty and fame. And the eventual results. Lookey what came true.
* I nailed the divorce on the head.
* Beth's presence in a gambling casino when she got 'the call', not a "quaint bed & breakfast" as initially claimed.
* Natalee's unmasking as a normal teenager, not the virginal donation cow Beth sold the media.
* Jug's propensity for drunken violence.
* Beth and Jug's now well-documented and abhorrent behavior while comped guests at various Aruban resorts.
* Beth and Jug's milking everyone in sight for 'freebies' and the petulant response non-cooperating milkees could expect. (Delta Airlines - "We Love To Fly!" - but not for free. )
* Beth and Jug's latent racism, later confirmed as overt racism. ("Aruban assholes!!")
* The sudden appearance of new motor vehicles in the Happy Twitty Family while Beth was soliciting and accepting financial donations from the public for "The Natalee Holloway Trust Fund". (Jug's new Harley, Matt's new Toyota, Beth's new Lexus)
* I foretold Beth's eventual dependency on cosmetic surgery, although I might have referred to it as "a head transplant".
* The book, media tours and resulting poorly-attended autograph sessions.
* Beth's goal to be a "teevee star".
* The lengths Beth would go to in order to become a teevee star.
* The starf**king Beth would engage in, if necessary, to become a teevee star. (Geraldo, John Ramsey, Greta, Joe M., Televangelist Robert Schuller and others as it would turn out.)
I could go on, but you'll get a better 'picture' of my educated guesses, and their results, as you peruse the archives. Happy reading!